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NAVAN WOuLLEN

NAVAN WOuLLEN

THE Proprietor, of the above Cocoon. beg to inform their Cueroniere, that owing to thorough complete,o of their new Machinery, they are now In a position to execute the Country Work in a mach shorter space of time than heretofore 1 hove wiPhing to have quick return will pls.', s
25 July 1874 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
The chief advantages thew beautiful testriamill

The chief advantages thew beautiful testriamill

The chief advantages thew beautiful floc of the following or other tird.claa, full•pnwered Steam ships will he deepatched from I.:Vt.:BM/01. TO NEW YORK EVERY WEDNESD V. Wyoming Jaw..lt:darn .....C. J. CARSON'S . T Freeman. ManhaL.an.... ..... .Jones. Idaho. W For , Tth. I Montan
25 July 1874 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

Wilms Pustule' 07PICI, Friday, Five o'Clock. a.m. THE CARLIST WAR. ALLZGZD ATROCITII CARLISTS. BY THE Madrid July 21. The Oarlists in Catalonia are reported to have executed 180 soldiers of those who have been long detarned as prisoners iu Olot and were captured in 1%7 ouvilaa'
25 July 1874 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PHOPEIETOKS—

PHOPEIETOKS—

MESSRS. CLARKE & PRICE. K Y A TlO L E ■gEDSTEAD, ■REDDING, AND Q.ENERAL rpilADB, at extremely moderate prices. anklibanon. J A M V N C TKA ESTABLISHMENT, SOUTH GREAT CEOHGE’S-STREET, HUBLIN. black tea Thoroughly SeMonrH. h. 2 8 2 2 1 Lapwing (Ugbrirt price) Pekoe Souchong ll °*
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OH BOLD

OH BOLD

BOLD I 'Mil -- licra,) o r VALUATOK. OT A,..—--. il" « V,I!STERS „„ t-JS'it i«;i. monthly ticketo l b« f . I 'imerc»t in tb.e Mountain *o the principal i, most fro- Mid Lake Di.tncU, o'- j” lull Hun.lomn. ib;iyi AND Kt. f ana (3ttM i>ri of KITURN Fares. } kOIITE j TO™ station. Du
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB IRISHMAN

TUB IRISHMAN

did, that it would be founded on the principles of justice and truth. He was happy see there that evening one who, though not Irishman, nor yet a Roman Catholic, was willing to assist them in obtaining Home Government for Ireland. The motion was then put the meeting and carried
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(Eorreopoi^cnts.

(Eorreopoi^cnts.

. r,” uot lit lor pulA'.cation. ,l Homo liulcr's Address I" . ft a poem. It written in rhym , ;;. of the drawing will shortly • <J. M.,” Manchester. —iho date or ..j only reason lor non-appearance of the letter ' was its rodigious very promising that were <• M. ! Klseoar. Too t
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
[Written specially for the Irishman. GALTYMORE CASTLE; IRELAND ’9B. A ROMANCE of the IRISH PEERAGE. J. O'FLANAGAN, A tt of

[Written specially for the Irishman. GALTYMORE CASTLE; IRELAND ’9B. A ROMANCE of the IRISH PEERAGE. J. O'FLANAGAN, A tt of

Sporting Career,” e. the Lord Chancellors, &c., & - JULY 2S, 1874
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISTURBANCE AT RO.MK.

DISTURBANCE AT RO.MK.

Chevalier O’Clery asked the Secretary for Foreign Affairs if the Government had received eny information relative the disturbance which took place on the 21st of June in the Square of St. Peter's, when tumultuous mob approached the Vatican, uttering cries and threats against the
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE PiIINCE

THE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE PiIINCE

THE ATTEMPT ASSASSINATE PiIINCE BISMAUOK. P. rlin to ttie Horning Pont soye : Too pistol tired Prince vro-, >iose sue watlihug struck ag-i-at hand, near th« artery, slightly scratching the skiu. the glove afford'd protection against further injury. J'he pi.-tol was oa'led with ba
25 July 1874 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland