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ROME.

ROME.

Advices have been received from Rome to the 9th inst. The Pope will address the Consistory on Friday next. He will describe the present situation of diplomatic affairs. It is asserted that he will reject the proposal of a congress. Passports are given by the Roman authorities to
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
I am, yours very truly, EDWARD LUCAS. Brompton, 18, Alfred-place West, April 9th, 1859.

I am, yours very truly, EDWARD LUCAS. Brompton, 18, Alfred-place West, April 9th, 1859.

• GENERAL ELECTION—THE IRISH WHIGS. Mr. Pierse Creagh, an independent Roman Catholic gentleman, in noticing a report that he was about to contest the county . Clare on Liberal principles, draws the following highly. flattering picture of the Whigs as a party, and of their prospe
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

ST. MARY'S YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY, CALTON. On Sunday evening, 27th of March, the members of St. Mary's Young Men's Society, with their friends, assembled in the Schoolroom to hear a lecture (the first of a series of four) on Scottish History, delivered by Mr. James Walsh. The presi
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BLACK ABBEY.

THE BLACK ABBEY.

We are truly happy to learn that the illustrious order of Friars Preachers, aided by the spirited citizens of Kilkenny, are about restoring to its pristine beauty the ancient Church of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, commonly called the "Black Abbey of Kilkenny." Founded in the
April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCE OF WALES AT RONfE.

THE PRINCE OF WALES AT RONfE.

A correspondent of the Dublin Freeinan's Journal, in a letter dated "Rome, March 19," gives the following account of the visit which the Prince of Wales paid to St Agatha's College on St. Patrick's Day " The festival of our glorious apostle, St. Patrick, was celebrated, as usual
April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
ORGANISATION OF THE INDIAN ARMY.

ORGANISATION OF THE INDIAN ARMY.

Lord STANLEY said the report had but just been presented, but the evidence had not been furnished, and they thought it better that the report and the evidence should be produced together.
March 26, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
DESERTED CHILDREN.

DESERTED CHILDREN.

On the motion Lord NAAS leave was given to bring in a bill to amend the laws in force for the relief of the destitute poor in Ireland, and to amend an act of the 14th and 15th years of Her Majesty, providing for the better distribution, support, and management of medical chariti
March 26, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

The Madrid journals of the 17th have arrived. The follOwingtook place in the Chamber of Deputies "M. Badia, in the name of himself and other deputies, requested the government to produce papers relative to the negotiations between the government of the United States and those of
March 26, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
NAPLES.

NAPLES.

15.—The King has undergone an operation on the thigh, but the fever still continues. The Duke of Calabria presides at all Councils of Ministers in which the ordinary questions touching publii business are discussed. THE VINDICATOR, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 185.9.
March 19, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
EXTENSION OF THE CAPITATION GRANT TO SCHOOLS IN SCOTLAND. •

EXTENSION OF THE CAPITATION GRANT TO SCHOOLS IN SCOTLAND. •

Mr. ADDERLEY said that no estimate - would be proposed this year on the subject, because the Committee of Council on Education contemplated the revision of the capitation and some other grants with - the view of limiting their excessive accumulation in the case of very large and
March 12, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England