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MR. BLAKE AT WATERFORD.

MR. BLAKE AT WATERFORD.

Mr. Blake has met his constituents in Waterford, and has defended the vote given by him on the Reform Bill. The Waterford News says he has forfeited the confidence of the Liberals, that the Nation has pronounced against his support of Government, that George Henry Moore has-pron
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
WHAT COULD A CONGRESS DO?

WHAT COULD A CONGRESS DO?

(From the Tablet.) Look at the jury. France, that has proclaimed foregone conclusions which touch every ruler in Italy, and the temporal power of the Pope. Russia, on every point hand and glove with France. England, the enemy of every Catholic liberty, the prototype of Sardinia.
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
:. . HE UNFINISHED CHURC - . displayed in the campaigns of Napoleon. £OOO are yet want e d, for

:. . HE UNFINISHED CHURC - . displayed in the campaigns of Napoleon. £OOO are yet want e d, for

H the exception of that re-payment of which Heaven is the He had spread, as it wee, a net over Oude, and caught all the I T • security. Still, my dear b re th ren , is the Congregation of Kentish fish that were in it. ' , - • ' ' 'Town 4 , Our- suppliant ; still am I compelled t
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
THE VINDICATOR, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1859.

THE VINDICATOR, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1859.

Tories Orangemen, iailers of those who differ from them in religious opinion. Therefore it is that they are promoters of the Queen's Colleges. Amongst the most strenuous assert9rs of those tolerant doctrines, and, consequently, one of the most solicitous advocates of the Queen's
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
Catholic fiitcHiqour. ROME.

Catholic fiitcHiqour. ROME.

APRIL 9.—Nothing new has turned up here in the way of political development since my last, but it is felt by all that we are lying becalmed on waters soon to be upheaved by storm. The war of words will not achieve peace—especially between armed antagonists already confronted. Wh
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
DIOCESE OF NOTTINGHAM

DIOCESE OF NOTTINGHAM

PRESENTATION OF A CHALICE AT LEICESTER, On Sunday last an interesting ceremony took place the schoolroom, Holy Cross, Leicester, the occasion being the presentation of a chalice to the Rev. W. T. Nickolds, 0.5. D., from one who was formerly stationed on that mission. The occasio
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
PROSPECTS IN ITALY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET.

PROSPECTS IN ITALY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET.

PROSPECTS ITALY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET. Sir,--By pointing Europe to two sources of disturbance, Austria in Italy and the Papal States, the Emperor f the French has given an impetus to revolution for Austria is the only strength in Italy. I do not except Sardinia the revolut
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
BANK OF DEPOSIT, Established A.D. 1844: 3, PALL MALL EAST, LONDON. Capital stoa £lOO,OOO Parties desirous of INVESTING MONEY, are

BANK OF DEPOSIT, Established A.D. 1844: 3, PALL MALL EAST, LONDON. Capital stoa £lOO,OOO Parties desirous of INVESTING MONEY, are

requested to examine the Plan of the BANK of DEPOSIT, by which a high rate of interest may be obtained with ample security. Deposits made by Special Agreement, may be withdrawn without 4aotice. The Interest is payable in January and July. PETER MORRISON, Managing Director. Forms
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
—VOL. 9

—VOL. 9

April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
eati)olic iintelitgente.

eati)olic iintelitgente.

ROMP.. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FEAST OF ST. JOSEPH. The Prince visited the Irish College on St. Patrick:a-day—also the Irish Franciscans at St. Isidore's, much to the gratification of his future subjects. He was received by Dr. Kirby, the Rector, and by His Grace the Archb
April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England