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January 14, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE RECENT CASE OF FORGERY.

THE RECENT CASE OF FORGERY.

None of the Ultramontane journals have explained the audacious fraud practised upon the public by the unauthorised affixing of Lord Castlerosse's name and titles to the protest against the Queen's colleges. The Cork Reporter says "Amongst the disreputable artifices resorted to b
January 14, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Bvo, price 2s 6d, DAPAL AGGRESSIONS on the REALM of 1 ENGLAND RESISTED, from the Introduction of Christianity to the

Bvo, price 2s 6d, DAPAL AGGRESSIONS on the REALM of 1 ENGLAND RESISTED, from the Introduction of Christianity to the

Reformation. By Rev. R. POTTER, 31. A„ Vicar of Bulkington. London: Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, Fleet-street.
January 14, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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January 11, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TEE TWO NEW IRISH BISHOPS.

TEE TWO NEW IRISH BISHOPS.

The new Bishop of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert, and Kilmacduagh, William Fitzgerald, D.D., was born at Lifford, near Limerick, Dec. 3, 1814, and is the youngest son of Dr. Fitzgerald, a medical officer in the Indian service. He entered Trinity College, Dublin, at the early age
January 11, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HESSE-CASSEL.

HESSE-CASSEL.

The popular agitation for the restoration of the constitution of 1831, which, as we learn by telegraph, has again resulted in the arbitrary dissolution of the Second Chamber by the Government, has been expected for some time. In many parts of the territory on the sth inst., the
January 11, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GERMANY.

GERMANY.

The Vienna Gazette lately accused the States of the Zollverein, and particularly Prussia, of pursuing, in the commercial negotiations with France, tendencies hostile to Austrian interests, and contrar3; to the stipulations agreed upon with the Cabinet of Vienna. The Prussian Gaz
January 11, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The Temps expresses itself in these terms :

The Temps expresses itself in these terms :

"Honour to the Government of the United States, as well as to public opinion in America! To admit the necessities of a situation, and to conform to it with manly resignation, is a proof of wisdom which is not yet very common among nations and Governments. The American Government
January 11, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ection with on "Oliver e chair was -Lord Chan- Lonourecl the ?,cturer deli= Life of Gold - entered, the me,

ection with on "Oliver e chair was -Lord Chan- Lonourecl the ?,cturer deli= Life of Gold - entered, the me,

and the viges he was the lecture Whiteside. lents, conse-3, which will r. Fitzgerald, bed to the see in, a zealous successor. It le former apble difference bed to the irci-emlul's tmnslublic by surhanks to Mr. lly announced tzgerald's sue - pal bench will ;elic,al section Church
January 11, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SHERIFFS' COURt-JAN. 9.

SHERIFFS' COURt-JAN. 9.

(Before Mr. Under-Sheriff Burchell and a Special Jury.) BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE-CROSS V. LENNON. This was an action, in which judgment was suffered to go by default, for breach of promise of marriage. The damages were laid at £l,OOO. A special jury, at the instance of the
January 11, 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England