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A MIRACULOUS” IMAGE. The announcement that the jewels belonging to the chapel of Our Lady of Atocha have been ..

... friends under heaps of eulogy. Grace Greenwood pelts Fanny Fern with the richest exotics of the language of flattery, while Fanny Fern has her revenge in equally luxurious treatment '* Gail Hamilton.” Grace Greenwood In turn looks for justice to Mr. ...

Published: Tuesday 13 October 1868
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1863 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Attack on one or Captain Otwat's Voters.—On Saturday evening, a violent attack was made on Mr. John Dwyer, ..

... present season. Among the late arrivals are Mrs. Forest, Miss Cushman, Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. M'Kenna, Mrs. J. 8. Silsbee, Miss Grace Greenwood, the authoress; Mr. Buchanan, the tragedian; Mr. Owens, the leasee of the Baltimore Museum ; Mr. Howard Paul, the*dramatist; ...

Published: Friday 30 July 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 587 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

ESTABLISHED CHURCH,

... ESTABLISHED CHURCH, Grace Greenwood records the fact, that in the English parish churches, prayers, thanksgivings and appeals are made for and to Her Most Gracious Majesty more frequently and with as much apparent reverence, as to the name of Christ. ...

Published: Saturday 11 September 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Weekly Nation
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 525 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

BORROWS AND FORGETS TO PAY

... find to your cost GRACE G] first effusion designed for mortal ears and eyre was called forth family exodus from writes Grace Greenwood. I was to parted from all my little playmatre and cronies, and even from most dear and intimate friend, sweet Polly Ellis ...

Published: Saturday 31 December 1892
Newspaper: Weekly Irish Times
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 575 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

AMERICAN THEATRICALS

... Miss Davenport closed her engagement giving benefit for the purpose of siding Kossuth, and recited address, written Grace Greenwood expressly for tha occasion. Madame Louise Tonmslre, the equestrian, who was Vsuxhallfonr reasons since, has been astonishing ...

MUSIC AND THEATRICALS

... aesson. Among the late arrivals are Mr*. Edwin Forrest, Cushman. Mrs. Abbott. Mrs. McKeons. Mrs. J. 8. Silsbre, Miss Grace Greenwood, tbeautboresa ; Mr. Buchanan, the tragedian; Mr. (be lessee of tbe Baltimore Museum; Mr. Howard Paul, the dramatist; snd ...

WEEKLY GAZETTE,

... Henrietta Temple in the dainty waistcoat and spiral black curls of tho Chancellor.—//ops and ilithapt of lour in Europe, hy Grace Greenwood. The Court and Fashionable Intelligence. A Cahinet Council was held on Monday afternoon, at the Foreign-office, Downing ...

MISCELLANEOUS CLEANINGS

... recovering very slowly from attack yTippf whichj for the last fortnight, baa forced him suspend his literary labours. Grace Greenwood writes from Rome to the Nationmt Era as follow.l met this night a son of Mr«. Hemans. He resembles somewhat the portraits ...

Published: Saturday 14 May 1853
Newspaper: Dublin Weekly Nation
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 950 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE CONDEMNED CONVICT

... Walcott Immediately gave the money to the widow of bis victim. was drunk when (he killing occurred.”—Nsw York Sun. Mi«s Grace Greenwood, an American women suffrage stump orator, defined at recent meeting the qualifications for tbs exercise of that privilege ...

WAIFS AND STRAYS

... WAIFS AND STRAYS. Grace Greenwood, who is writing a series of letters from London to the National Era, Abolitionist paper, published at Washington, thus describes an evening passed In the domestic circle of Charles Dickens :—“ On Thursday evening I dined ...

Published: Saturday 18 September 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Weekly Nation
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1308 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

THE VERT REV. DR. CAHILL

... have pros’euted that gentleman with so much rigour fjr shooting without licence his own properly.— Tralee Chronicle. Grace Greenwood writes from Rome to the National Era *s fo lows :—“ met this night a son of Mrs. Hemans. rerembles somewhat tbe portraits ...

Published: Wednesday 25 May 1853
Newspaper: The Evening Freeman
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2011 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

AMERICAN NOTES

... board the steamer and on shore, as the vessel floated noiselessly by, bearing its precious charge to its last repose. Grace Greenwood,” writing to the National Era from Birmingham remarks:—” The manner English gentleman towards the American visiter is ...

Published: Saturday 21 August 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Weekly Nation
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2219 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none