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THE PRIME MINISTENS- VISIT TO WOLIN. Wiwi.) s. • mg* Illeiter Of 11.60.7 bad el motqamitabron. Leek se ..

... contrasted with the powers enjoyed by Grattan's Parliament. The theatre was End to overflowing, and the areas onside were thronged by great crowds who cheered Mr Asquith se be entered. The meet i ng was presided over by Mr John Redmond, M P whq in a brief speech ...

JOHN MITCHEL ON IRELAND,

... to see that ' gentlemen' acted then as they art now, upon the true gentlemanlike instinct; they armed (or Ireland and rents, places, and jobs then; they arm fur England and rents, places, and jobs now. Mr Mitehel had among the contributors to his ' United ...

COL. JOHN 011AHONY

... COL. JOHN 011AHONY. (Irish- A hoerieller.) The mos t., 4 00 of them who were prominently atm' wi th the lri.h National movement of 13,11i,pribeing reduced by death. Within the m on ths tehel, Martin, sod &moque pm teightee n ent sway. And now the grave ...

JOHN MAHER, Balliakoelo

... JOHN MAHER, Balliakoelo. 0« ki* rfgkt w«r« the Liberator, and oa aitl.ar band the AaMng tka «• racoirnived Tkoßat bteala, . Doctor Gra?, Caf tein BroderUL. William O'Donucll, Carrirk oa-Sair; Very Hot. Ur. Sranott, S.P.C.; John .Talbot, Ktt|. aa.J.P. ...

O'Donueli, Chrislian Brothers* Schools ; Michael Dillon, Hiherui in Bank ; J J Oormlet T C, Fetor O'Neill, ..

... O'Donueli, Chrislian Brothers* Schools ; Michael Dillon, Hiherui in Bank ; J J Oormlet T C, Fetor O'Neill, lieilly, John Costello, Droghed'i Argus Bernard MurUgh. VP, James M'Oeown B Jamison, Reporter. James Carpenter, B Reynolds, i' t' Brett, ICennedy ...

Orairgbe Sire, YOUNG CHAMPION, The Property of John Lyneit, will stand MN 1~10 et Drurocaohel. county Louth. ..

... Orairgbe Sire, YOUNG CHAMPION, The Property of John Lyneit, will stand MN 1~10 et Drurocaohel. county Louth. Tornio -Gentlemen's Mares. 41 les ; others. ; Groont's Fem, 6d, to be paid at drat &Arrive. VOTING CHAMPION, no w .e Pe) rising 7 years old, is ...

MEETING oe GAA MANAGERS

... rigue directed from every quarter to entangle Russia. England has, failed however, to arm the Mnasnlman countries against Russia. and has only summsdad iu arming them against herself.' The St Petersburg News of the sth October says that' the Mission ...

our Wine Or Organtalt ....ramie to the tbewine. he next moat of the Dundalk -- to Urbanwhen motion of a

... 70. Mr. ROnagNS& bad ia mind Governmeig, INJURED MAN IMPROVING D. •.I. • awe issinineCanire: win d ow d t tl i t appal Mr. John McQuillan of Kady, with meet stituestful and wed that citter' ma X not * a s. one cor k = who woo badly beaten us a r row 1 ...

Sequel To Oran School Theft

... RC Rev; Mons. ft Canon Finnegan, P.P., Doan of Meter; Rt. EM. Mons. Z. C. Cinbn Ward, P.P.; Clones; Very Rev. Conon, Mt- Grattan, PP., Ballymena; Very Rev. M. Canon Connelly, P.P.. Tydavnet; ,Very' Rev. P. Canon McOonnon, P.P., BallymackraY: Very Rev ...

THE GREAT NORTHERS BANQUET

... O'ilea, barrister; John Ferguson, «oUcitor; tfanie) O'Connell, jun Christopher Count Nugent, John Mitchell, solictor; Thomas M. Bay, William T. Rogers, solicitor; F. Morgan, solicitor; William Qernrm, barrister; E. W. Costello, barrister; John Martin, James ...

RUSSA'S Th RMS

... of that fortress, in reply to a commons to surrender, demanded that the garrison should be allowed to march out with their arms iu their hands. kitsch, Monday. Prince Milan bee removed his headquarters here. To-Jay the Turks who were paroled were marched ...

LECTURE OF FATHER BCBKE

... LECTURE FATHER BCBKE. LIFE AND TIMES OF O'CONNELL, ' arms, than En-.|a.,.l once he,-»n syrtematic Catholic an Irishman ; and then there was were be allowed to legislate for themselres and i ri«K ru-o. iiih tlift exDreM not for him even the courtesy of ...