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THE BOMBARDMENT.

THE BOMBARDMENT.

specfU Telegra-ph despatch, from Versailles, on January 23, says—Yesterday a small demonstration was made upon the Saxon front which was easily repelled. Since two p.m. the batteries having the range of Paris have kept up a steady but slow tire of shells upon the city. It is kno
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JULES FAVRE AND THE CONFERENCE.

JULES FAVRE AND THE CONFERENCE.

Bordeaux, Wednesday, The following official announcement is made : Count Bismarck has decidedly refused to grant a safe conduct to M. Favre to attend tho Conference, the grounds that Count Bismarck does not acknowledge the existence of any Government in France competent to take
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE RELEASED POLITICAL PRISONERS.

TO THE RELEASED POLITICAL PRISONERS.

Fellow countrymen —ln union with the great majority of our brethren, north, south, east, aud west, we, the inhabitants of the frontier town of Ulster, hasten to express our joy for your nowly recovel freedom, well as the heartfelt tokens of our thanks for your gallant bearing an
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

The Uteat intelligence from the United States confirms the opinion we entertained from the commencement of that outburst of idle writing with which certain Journalise did what in them lay embroil England and America. Our Transatlantic kinamen hare thought again, and they are qui
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEACE RUMOURS.

PEACE RUMOURS.

We find the following circumstantial contradiction of certain assertions of the in the Observer of yesterday:— The Preu asierta that Monday, the 10th November last, the propoaala to ra-open negotiations for peace on sntisfaotory terms were formally delivered to the British gover
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MATERIALS FOR HISTORY.

MATERIALS FOR HISTORY.

Of all the episodes with which the history of this war will be illuminated, not one more certain to go down to future ages, applauded and admired, than the exploit of Brigadier Windham at the Redan. It stands recorded, that when his gallant and truly forlorn handful of followers
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN ADJOURNMENT.

AN ADJOURNMENT.

Ail Idea has been lately entertained that Spain might be drawn into an alliance with France and England in the present struggle. We could not appreciate very highly such an accession, either in a moral or physical point of view, whilst on the score of economy, it would have been
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAYNOOTH PROFESSORS.

THE MAYNOOTH PROFESSORS.

It appears that there no truth in the report of three other professors, company with Professor Cbolly, having come under the displeasure of the Holy See, by reason of the evidenoo given by them before the recent Government Commission of loquiry. ' The Rev. Mr. Cbolly the only pa
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COMMISSION.

THE COMMISSION.

The Commission of Oyer and Terminer opens on Wednesday next. The presiding judges will be Mr. Justice Crampton and Baron Greene.
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPERATIONS IN THE SEA OF AZOFF.

OPERATIONS IN THE SEA OF AZOFF.

OPERATIONS THE SEA OF AZOFF. letter from the squadron, off Marionpol, savs "Nor. s—Yesterday, the Ardent, W*>ser, and Curlew attacked the sea side of the new town (Gheisk.) All the marines and as many men as could be spared went inside the lake in the gun-boats. The Recruit, Crac
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland