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CATHOLIC IFTELLIGENCE.

CATHOLIC IFTELLIGENCE.

Catholic Dobmjtort.—Tic committee I<c<; the receipt if tha sums, in aid the children supported and relit*ve<! l>y instituiinn Kcv Nowlan,P.P., of J. Kelch, Km), 1/.; A Ericuil, It ; liev. Mr. li'aibuiines, 1 Of.; Mr. Fiubiy, M.1)., Merrion-ruw, 10s.; Mr. Andrew Gill, Katliuiiacn
26 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The children of St. Andrew's schools, Weitland-row, were entertained to a plentiful dinner on Christmas Day the contributions of the

The children of St. Andrew's schools, Weitland-row, were entertained to a plentiful dinner on Christmas Day the contributions of the

following charitable persons:—Messrs (iuinness, '21-, Wol*ey and Co, Messrs Manders and Co, Messrs Watkins and Co, Jameson and Robertson, Roe and Sous, 1/ each; Jhn Jameson, James Caffrey, Alderman Campbell, John UHauran, Es<|, 10s each ; I'iin and Co, ; and several other contri
7 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANK OF ENGLAND.

BANK OF ENGLAND.

account pursuant the act 7th and Vic, cap, 82, for the week ending January 1860 :— ISSUE DEPARTMENT. Notes issued ... £30,290,(585 Government debt £11,01 .VI Of) ;Otlier Securities... 3,459,900 [Gold Coin & other j Bullion ... 15,813,680 Total £30,299,«85| £30,290,<1*5 BANKING D
7 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Punishment of Official#.—A letter from St. Petersburg, of the 2(ith December, informs that the sentence of imprisonment, military degradation, and

Punishment of Official#.—A letter from St. Petersburg, of the 2(ith December, informs that the sentence of imprisonment, military degradation, and

loss of title indicted on General Zatler, for having cheated the government during the war in the Crimea, has been modified, through the intercession of Prince Michael Gortschakoff, the defender of Sebastopol. The ex-Commissary General has been simply dismissed the service, and
7 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and NEW YEAR'S GIFTS in great variety. VILLI Ail BBODRICK'S Old Established House, IC, ESSEX-QUAY, DUBLIN. Home nnd

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and NEW YEAR'S GIFTS in great variety. VILLI Ail BBODRICK'S Old Established House, IC, ESSEX-QUAY, DUBLIN. Home nnd

Foreign, the Newest Pattern Gold Watchct at £4, £b £6, £7, £8, £9, £10, and £12 each and upwards; Silver At 30s, £'J, £3, £4, £o, £6, and each; Clocks, 7s. Gd., 10s., 165., 205.; Kiglit-day Striking Clocks, at 3C«. 405., 465., £4, £6, £6, and eneh, by the best Makers, Warranted.
7 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. December Springvale House, Kildorrery, county Cork, the wife John J. Therry, Esq, of a daughter. December 29, the wife

BIRTHS. December Springvale House, Kildorrery, county Cork, the wife John J. Therry, Esq, of a daughter. December 29, the wife

of Colonel McMahon, Dragoon Guai tls, of a son, stillborn. December 30, in Waterford, the wife of John Wall, Esq, solicitor, of twin sons. November 27, at Colombo, Ceylon, the wife of Colonel Garoock, Assistant (Quartermaster-General, of a daughter. December 26, at Cliawton Cott
4 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. N.B.—The Proprietor will not responsible for any error, as to the date of publication or otherwise, of

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. N.B.—The Proprietor will not responsible for any error, as to the date of publication or otherwise, of

any advertisement ordered this journal. But he wUL, in every case in which error may occur, either refund the sum paid or insert the advertisement without additional charge, on any other date, with the error corrected, as may selected by the advertiser. Advertisements are receiv
4 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATIONS Messrs. C. and J. DAT continues to be consulted on all ca.'-es Nervous Debility, Trembling of the Hands

CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATIONS Messrs. C. and J. DAT continues to be consulted on all ca.'-es Nervous Debility, Trembling of the Hands

Depression of Spirits, Indigestion, Ac. ; their mode of treat mcnt is very expeditions, and involves no actual restraint diet or occupation. Fee—Ten Shillings. A guarantee given for the cure. Country Patients, forwarding the fee will promptly alfended to. Private Consultation da
4 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS DAY IN ROME

CHRISTMAS DAY IN ROME

A letter from Rome saysWe have just passed through the Jetts of Christmas. The Sovereign Pontiff was present at the Sixtine Chapel, where midnight mass was celebrated by Cardinal Altieri. On the following day his Holiness officiated pontifically in the Church of St. Peter, and o
6 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOCK AMD SHAKE MARKET

STOCK AMD SHAKE MARKET

Dublin. Saturday EoerUng. Tlierc a further decline in the Funds. The fall which has taken place within the last few days seems to have investments; good deal of bufieess wns done to-day. and the market closed buyers r.t t jiriccs. Cm: for Money, and for next aud Sew Account. New
30 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland