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VOL. 1.-N° 7.

VOL. 1.-N° 7.

March 19, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
ROME.

ROME.

15.—The Pope has announced before the Consistory that he did not claim the fulfilment of the demand for the evacuation of the Papal States. His only intention was to prevent a collision of the two Catholic empires of his own dominions. The Pope also said that he had intrusted hi
March 19, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PHCENIX CLUB.-THE TRIAL.

THE PHCENIX CLUB.-THE TRIAL.

- We gave the opening of this remarkable trial in our last, and the first portion of the Attorney-General's speech for the prosecution. We now give the continuation of that functionary's address from the Tralee Chronicle. As the evidence would more than fill all our columns, we
March 19, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
CATHOLIC MISCELLANEOUS.

CATHOLIC MISCELLANEOUS.

A DESTROYED CHURCIL—The church of St. Gertrude, at Niceties, which has just been so much injured by fire, was one of the most ancient and remarkable of the religious edifices of Belgium. With the exception of Notre Dame of Tournai, it was the largest church in the country built
March 19, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN 111ISCELLAIVEOUS.

FOREIGN 111ISCELLAIVEOUS.

It is rumoured from Rome that the Pope is about to send Cardinal Viale Preala to Vienna, and Cardinal di Pietro to Paris, to propose arrangements as to the mode of evacuating the Roman States. It is reported that M. Gueroult, the ex-war writer in the Presse, has obtained permiss
March 19, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEAPOLITAN EXILES.

THE NEAPOLITAN EXILES.

Mr. FITZGERALD wished - to know whether Her Majesty's Government had received any information of the arrival in Cork harbour of an American vessel, having on board Poerio and other exiles from Naples, and whether it was true that they had murdered the master of the vessel on its
March 12, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF THE KILKENNY INDEPENDENT COUNTY CLUB.

MEETING OF THE KILKENNY INDEPENDENT COUNTY CLUB.

A meeting of this body was held at the Rose Hotel, on the 3rd, Wellesley Prendergast, Esq , J.P.J'resident, in the chair. The other members present were the Venerable Archdeacon O'Shea, Very Rev. Dr. Aylward, Rev. M. Keeffe, Rev. John Delany, Rev. Richard Walsh, Messrs. Benjamin
March 12, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
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February 12, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
CHEAP AND EXPEDITIOUS PRINTING. . , KEA'rEgG AND DILLON, LETTER-PRESS , COPPER-PLATE, AND LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTERS b ill WATER LA '

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February 12, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
MILITARY HONOURS TO RELIGIOUS PROCESSIONS. • . The following is a copy of the general.circular of the late Lord Hill,

MILITARY HONOURS TO RELIGIOUS PROCESSIONS. • . The following is a copy of the general.circular of the late Lord Hill,

alluded to by Sir E. B. Lytton as the order which now regulates the conduct of the military in all our Roman Catholic colonies :-- "Horse Guards, June 26, 1837. "It having been deemed expedient to lay down fixed and specific rules with regard to the extent to which her Majesty's
February 19, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England