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JOHN M I T H E L. Now Ready, IN ONE HANDSOME VOLUME, CLOTH GILT, IRISH-AMEEIOAN LIBRARY, THE LAST CONQUEST

JOHN M I T H E L. Now Ready, IN ONE HANDSOME VOLUME, CLOTH GILT, IRISH-AMEEIOAN LIBRARY, THE LAST CONQUEST

OF IRELAND PERHAPS; REPLY TO FROUDE. By JOHN MITOHEL. Price «s ; post free, Gs 4d. To be had from the Nation Office, Dublin. » S De n V ILLUSTRATED IRISH LIBRARY OF BIOGBAPHY, HISTOBY, POETEY, and FICTION Volume I. Price One Shilling, free hy post, Is 2d; contains ‘—l. Ireland;
26 June 1875 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANTRY. THE SISTERS OF MERCY beg to inform their Friends and all interested in Bantry that they have been advised

BANTRY. THE SISTERS OF MERCY beg to inform their Friends and all interested in Bantry that they have been advised

to have Bazaar in aid of the erection their Chapel, and, having decided on doing so, will he most grateful for donations towards the expenses or for articles suitable for the drawing of prizes, for the tables, or for being raffled separately. Bantry Convent, January 14th.
26 June 1875 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ad d r OP THE MEAGHES MONUMENT COMMITTEE

Ad d r OP THE MEAGHES MONUMENT COMMITTEE

Ad OP THE MEAGHES MONUMENT COMMITTEE ESS OF WATEIIFOKD TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND. Fellow-Countrymen— The People of Waterford have inaugurated a Movement to erect a Statue, as a memorial in his native city, to THOMAS FBANOIS MEAGHER. We feel confident that we only anticipate your w
26 June 1875 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN ENGLISH JOURNAL ON THE ENGLISH PRESS.

AN ENGLISH JOURNAL ON THE ENGLISH PRESS.

ENGLISH JOURNAL ON THE ENGLISH PRESS. U quite unusual lor any newspaper In this country to pass severe strictures upon the English press generally, much less to Ignore altogether the InHuenoe which that press is said to exert on the public mind. Judge of surprise, therefore, when
26 June 1875 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB LORDS

TUB LORDS

are not very lively set fellows at the best of timet, but they were less lively than ever on Priday evening when that lugubrious personage, Lord Oranmore, called attention to the system of National Education in Ireland. His lordship is afraid it is bscom too Papistical, and char
26 June 1875 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. JOHN NOLAN

MR. JOHN NOLAN

The friends of Mr. Nolan, on learning that intsnds in a very short time to emigrate the United States, convened meeting at the European Hotel Monday evening. On the motion Mr, J. O'Conner, the chair was taken by C. J. Fay, Esq., M.P. Amengst those present wore—Messrs. T. B. Murt
26 June 1875 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the netterville charity.

the netterville charity.

There i 3 a Mr. Gradweli—a trustee of the Net- terville charity—who seems to be very unpopular down in the County Louth. He has been the subject of a public meeting convened at Monknewtown, on the requisition of a large number of people, for the purpose of protesting against him
26 June 1875 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FLAG OF IRELAND, SATURDAT JTOE 2G iSTS.

THE FLAG OF IRELAND, SATURDAT JTOE 2G iSTS.

IRELAND IN THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT. In the House of Lords on Friday week. Lord Oranmore called attention certain correipoudenoe between the Secretary for Ireland and the Comminsioner* of National Education in Ireland, and inquired whether the Government con tempUted chaug a as re
26 June 1875 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

All communications relative to the ’B2 Club, orders for cards of membership, parties requiring nformat on, Ac., to address Executive Club Koom*, 77 Cape 1 street.
26 June 1875 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT MEDIC3L WORKS.

IMPORTANT MEDIC3L WORKS.

PEOPLE’S FREE EDITION. New Edition, 123 pages. By post, one stamp envelope. Health lost and regained; or, Debilitating Diseatei, their Catuo and Cure. HENRY SMITH, M.D., of the Royal University of Jena, Author of Volunteer’s Manual,” “The Warning Voice,” &c. This work gives Dr.
26 June 1875 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland