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THE LATE MR. G. CUMMINS.

THE LATE MR. G. CUMMINS.

On the 30th March last, of consumption, at the Presbytery, St. Thomas's, Fulham, in the thirtieth year of his age, died Mr. George Cummins, master of the poor schools of that mission, after a whole year's illness, borne with the most edifying resignation, and after having receiv
April 9, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

BANDON.—A Liberal Protestant will, it is said, contest this borough. CARLOW.-Mr. John Thomas Ball, Q.C., is reported as a candidate. CARRICRFEIMUS.—Mr. F. MacDonogh, Q.C.,'is in the field. CASIIEL.—In Cashel, it is said, Sir T. O'Brien will not again stand; Mr. Lanigan is again
April 9, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
ST. PATRICK'S.

ST. PATRICK'S.

Fathers Gastaldi, Mitchell, and Signini, of the Order of Charity, Vave been engaged for three weeks during Lent in giving a mission to the congregation of this church. The mission was in every sense a most successful one. Every day during the three weeks the church was filled wi
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

MR. MOORE AND THE IRISH VOTE.. Tityre, tu patula3 recubans sub tegmine fagi, Sylvestreru tenui 31usam meditaris avena. Tu, Tityre, leutus ix umbra.- . Formosam resonare doces Amaryllida sylvas. My dear Wallis,—As Mr. Moore differs from me so much in what should have been the cou
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
– Corrtoponliture. (We quote the following correspondence upon several topics of interest from the Tablet.) THE WORKHOUSE QUESTION.

– Corrtoponliture. (We quote the following correspondence upon several topics of interest from the Tablet.) THE WORKHOUSE QUESTION.

- Corrtoponliture. (We quote the following correspondence several topics of interest from the Tablet.) THE WORKHOUSE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET, Dear Sir,—l wist to bring before the notice of your readers a few facts relative to the condition of Catholics in workhouses
April 16, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

THE ITALIAN TREATIES. We find the following in the foreign correspondence of the Standard:— A series of articles has appeared in the Official Gazette of Vienna on the subject of the famous treaties existing between Austria and the Sovereigns of various Italian states. From the a
April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
F L AND.

F L AND.

The Town Commissioners of Ennis have resolved that they' strongly disapprove of the unjustifiable attack made on Mr. J. D. Fitzgerald at the inauguration of the O'Connell testimonial, and condemh the proceedings of the previous Monday, when the right hon. gentleman was burnt in
April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY CHARTER.

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY CHARTER.

In Mr. Maguire's address to Mr. Disraeli, on the part of the deputation of Irish members to ask for a charter to the Catholic University, Mr. Maguire mentioned that twenty-three of the Catholic Bishops of Ireland had authorised their names to be used in support of his applicatio
April 2, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England