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The Irish People
The Irish People, v. 1, no. 14, February 27, 1864.
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The Irish People, v. 1, no. 14, February 27, 1864.
O'Leary, John, 1830-1907.
Luby, Thomas Clarke, 1821-1901.
Kickham, Charles Joseph, ca. 1826-1882.
Stephens, James, 1825-1901.
Irish Republican Brotherhood.
25 September 2015
Dublin : Printed for the proprietor and published at the office, 12 Parliament Street, by John Haltigan
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
Politics and government
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Disclaimer of Endorsement
' K‘ = Dlxnle‘ end slmxolltoous, Set apart ( , Pamphlets Ind rriml Lin. flee by mt. [7 CEEA T 'IRISII’NATIONAL FAIR I i i ,,.,...,. 1 I I I E. r l 3 r I I r. J ‘Vol.’ 1. No. 14.] DUBLIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, I864. nrnnn. . , . , V I , "sr.lllrl:D. TWO-FENCE. ii mien ‘isr.llll>leD, TIIREE-PENCE. 1 TIIE CITY MANSION, ' 30, LOIVER BRIDGE-S‘l'IlEET, DMITTEDLY ONE OF TIIE BEST SITUATE, CIIEAPEST . FAIIIILY AND COIIIIIIJRCIAL HOTELS IN 'I'lI . BED, ls.; BREAKFAST, ls.; DINNER (OIIIIINAIIY), ls. 61>.‘ (or Ladies and Fnmilies, Free of Chnrge. . , Acconmooanox I-‘on Slzv ' ' I Nlnllr Poltrl-:1: slwllys in Attendlinee, S. C A R E Y, IM P,ORTAN’l‘!! ESTABLISIIMENT, Opposite the CITY HALL, is the CHEAPEST HOUSE IN ‘DUBLIN Ior FIRST-CLASS cLo'rlllxo, either lieudy-Mulls or to Order. PATRICK Tim TAILORING ' GEORGE HOPPER, Proprietor, 60, DAME-STREET, Introducer of the Celebrated 143. 6d. Tmwsels, and 205. Lounge Coat. ciAli‘IDy‘lIIOS’I‘ COMFORTABLE T '. Y-Flvlc I'r5It.Nloxs. 1’rupriotnr. ‘ ‘A N O T II E R. . I Z .15 M E D A L TIIE SINGER ASEIVING MACHINE 3 WAS AWARDED on the will Septeluller, ltI(i.'l, by the MANCHESTER AND LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. eee Illechiuer are the XIIZST and CIIEAPEST in the World, and nrollsctl by the lioynl Funlily. null ill the Manufacture of Cloth Illlhe Armies oi (llrut Dritnirl, the Continvnt, tuld the United States of America. ‘B I‘) 09, GRAFTON-STIIEET, DUIILI N. 9 Th lnglor . EORGJ-2 r. N N E '1' T, Aolsxr, II. C be executed sntlalactmily, end at the most moderate cost. T BRYAN IIALL, Chicago, Illinois, commencing ‘ ' EASTER MONl‘IAY, MARCH ssdi, lent, Ind contilllling the entire “'eek. IIAIIPS ‘(mm Irelnndf OLD I!AT’I‘LE.FLAGS, OLD BOOKS, LEl'rl:l:s,wl'r:rtroxs, an.-.,abelanging4ol2irni.>r, Toxt, 1<‘l'rzol:lz.u.n, and other Irish Heroes; S0lJl'EN1RS,1rorll ' the Ladies In Ireland. TIIE FENIAN RROTIIEIIIIOOD are making prepuretirms for I grind IIIISII NATIONAL FAIR, to lnlie place In Chicago, at Brynn Bull. The Fund arising (mm the hi: will he devoledto the IIIILIXII purposes of the Brotherhood. The Indies in Ireland rnrniui :4umIl'y articles-Ilurpe, Books, Flags, Weapons, rind lnl-wellnnen, which belonged to the heroes of Irelnlltl, or which are Vuluulrle from nsmintion or intrinsically. Bog Ollt Jewelry will form I eollspieuous Iture. All receipt: will be published on arr‘inL Ship by express, do. SCANI. N. BROS.. 133 SOUTH “'ATER-ST., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Signed for the Feninn Ilrotlwrllootl oi Chicago. IIIICIIAI-LL SCANLON, Centre. By order oi Ill. State Centre, r , II. ()'C. McCARTl.IY, State Centre. R. L E ' IV I .I. ARTIST IN ALTAR PICTURES, STATIONS, RELIGIOUS STATIJARY, AND CIIURCII DECOR.-ITOII, 7, IVELLINGTON-QUAY, - D U B L I N , Begs respectlullytu inlurm the I'rul.ttes Ind Clergy of Ireland that he lllls Opened A Studio lit the above Address (formerly Mr. 'I)uIly‘zs) where specimens my be scan. which he invites them to inspect, and mu guarantee that my orders with u-hich they may Inrour him shall ITERARY AND G NERAL SALEROOMS. . J PATRICK M.u,'xr;vlx, Auctioneer end vnluntur, Llbu.-e, Lend. uni lluate Ageiri, ‘ 7, lV'lILI.INGTON<QUAY, DUHLI YJVO 'E‘VSI’AI’]CR I.‘ROI’RI]‘lTORS ,< AND WIIOI.ES.lLI‘I S'l‘A'I'IONEIIS, &c. I have completed my Rug Paper .‘Iill. and null now supply quan- titles, either by contract or otheru ise. My Strew Make supplied as usual; 5 saving of 10 per cent. is etlccttd to the consumer by its use. NI OR R AND DYE WORKS, 29, BISIIOI’-S REET, DUBLIN, Vl'llers every description at Lsdiis‘ and Gentlomeus' Wearing Apparel Ir! Cleaned or Dyed in the neetest and beat lunnner. ‘Household Dnperyol all kinds Cleaned or Dyed; Carpets. IleArlh- rugs, &c., &e. Iiluultete Cleuncll and Stored; Rich Paisley and rather Shurls Cleaned to equal new. Black: ‘Dyed twice every M. IAN. GOLDIENJIIIIIIGE PAPER IIIILLS, INCIIICOIIE, DUBLIN. IS’S GENERAL CLEANING wee ‘. ‘ Orders by post promptly attended to. IIE REPUBLIC OF NEW’ GRANADA A: n Fivlld for Emigration. .. ClILl.F..‘I, Esq., III.D., F.R.G.S. ‘J’ This lmportlult Pnmplilet will be turwnrded (free hy post) glgplsggzsgxliiunile, ellclosed to 1’. II. LANGAN, 28, TIIE l0“CI ’I‘ Y I) E1’ 0 T,” It!!!) I3, GREEN S‘l'IiI:'.I:'.'I'. GOODS IN STOCK. Brown &. I'oIson's Corn Flour Ind Stnrch. Symingtolfs Prepared Pens and Iinrley. lIorvrIrk'I Baking Powder. Schoolinlfs Prize Medal Pure Sweets. Lewis It Ca.'e I‘il:Itles, Jellies, and Ginger Wines. Red Letter Ball Blue, Ind Royal Snxe Blue. British end I-‘nrelgn Cigers end Cheroots. . y'I Kni ' . Kingzitordh Potent Prepared Flour. Tinker, Simpson, & Cole Biscuits, every vsrlety. Trude Discount tn “'Ilolesalu Houses, end (or quantities. ' WM. GRAIIAM, hlnnulectureli Agent, 98, CAPEL STREET4 . This Day Published, price s.l.. . N, ANUAL OF INSTRUCTIONS -L ‘ CONCEIKNLVG ‘ . S C A , ROSAIIIES, CROSSES, AND IIIEDALS. ; From the French of the Iiev. F. J. J. Lnbis, D.D., Hull. Cnnnn of the Cnthe<lrsl,,aml ‘Professor in. the Senlinuly of TOIITIILIL Tnunclzlted nnd ellgnlented by the 7 Rev. Father I’rAI’IIAI".L, of the Sacred Heilrt oi. .Iesus,'.Pe9siouist. ‘ nllicllnnlanll and Son, 9, Cupel-street,'I)nllIin. r Y IIE “ EUROPEAN" is the largest, the best Ritllllte, nllll most comfortable IIOLEL in the City. , V Y SITITS OI’ AI’.-lIi’l‘MEN’l'S FOR FAMILIES. . NGIIDILVIS irunl ‘.’s. 611. to 53. SlT'l'INGIlllUllIS ou the Ground Floor Free of Charge. SOUP, I-‘ISII JOINTS, FOWL and ENTREE ill COFF E TAL RANT, Ironl Two to Seven 0' och Dal P“-l ROOMS FOR LARGE AND SMALL DINNER . t ' e -. - BED, including Servants. Es. 6.1., 25.. and 19. Gd. J. BIOLONY, Proprietor. E . S II I T II , ICTURE-FRAME III ANUFACTURER, ll'holes:lle Denier Ill Cortes lle Fncetiin, &v.-. Llaiad sent on application. every week. Address E. Sums. 22 S; 23, ;‘IlL:I9S03. Street, Dublin. The 1,000 lunmiit Curd, Is. This nlurvcl of I'llotogr.lplly sent .13 Stamps. Portraits of the Irirh I'utrIut3, At Gd. each. Picture-frames, nll sizes, at t4l.IOTIl‘sI. lltltit:('. ()0 KS AND ll'ASTI‘3 1)A.l.’]‘:II.:"VDDll!II rbr Illllnmliute c...l., nla AL-count Books, xcIYS[)upcTS, rnr. lismentllry Ill.-ports, Briefs, ltelltnls. quire Stock, Perchluenl, Poor- Law lfllion Waste Iioolr &c. 0 Libraries, or small lots ol Books, [or which n lair 13 given. Parties waited on by nppoln uncut. Letters etterltled to, and CLISII irlllnellintely remitted for lotl bout. PATIIICK I'IIllI)lS.lT'I‘, llouksollcr, I13, “'00:: Qr;,u‘, Dublin, nine of Celebrities, Groups, New Subjects published B-OUTS AND SIIUISS. JEA -E.‘ BUET, - Frum PARIS, LADIES‘ lzoor AND Sll E TVARISHOUSE, , No. 9!. 'r1llx1'rl TREET (Life or Grafton-street), P O 0 III P A P E S . ‘’ JAMES IlI‘IlIAS'l'ER, IIIANUFACTUREIL ' ll I’AIiLIAllIEN'I‘ STliEET, , Kohl: the lm;I;r.rl and most varied Stock, of the newest designs in the Klll;!4.I<Il'n. .I'rl3cu ezcesdingly ts. 0 D I‘) RAA TE UR LAllII’S Cleunell, Repaired, and put in proper order. Lnlnps that huvs been bmlly l'e[liIII'CtI, or laid by Ironl lust season, Re-titted, Re-lacquered, nud made equal to no ' " All Repuirs ellangod to give satisfaction. 1'AlL'lFl<‘INE OIL, ‘.Is. Sit. per Gui. , l . II U G II S y LAMP-MAKER, AN D GAS-FITTER, I7, PARLIAMENT-STREET. EMITTANCES T0 AUSTRALIA, SOUTH WALES, and new ZEALAND. ROYAL BANK OF IRELAND. NEIV’ Letters of Credit‘ on llIelboumc,.Sydney, Atlelnille, Allcklllnd, and all the principal Towns, can he obtained on the most Ial'our.sble terms, at the Other: 0! this Bank. . By 0 . 0' CHARLES COPLAND, hIA.x'.xGl>.u. ‘l IIE LONDON TIJIIES NEVVSPAPER, posted . in London on the evening of III!) day of publication, for 203. hr - anlollllls; 32;. fur 0 months, Ind 72; for 12 months--(L stumped Co[ry)2 Address with Post Ollice Order to A.‘ JOYCE and Co., 2,‘ Allilllm Court, Old Ilruald Street, London. - , R. LOIIIAX, Catholic Bookseller n.nd.Stsltionerl I‘ 196, ’l‘Ill[llLE-BRIDGE, LEEDS,‘ ' ‘ - AGENT FOR THE IRISII PEOPLE. SHEEP nAcKvs.J. TIIE AUNGIEI-t-SIHEEI’ RACKS . ' Are simple, durable, ellicieut snd ecouonlicul, clesigned by MARK " AUNG Ill, Esqu ERT BOWLES,‘ ‘‘ C Itlnuulactllred nlld Sold by ROB Artur": Ame, s My Portable Boilers require very little -3 Fuel, are most convenient for cooking Cattle Food, may he set to ’ ‘ work HllyVlI1(:l'E without expense. ‘ ‘ ‘ ROBERT BOIVLES, CAIITEIYS LANE, SIIIITIIFIELD. ‘ “'OIlKS-22, BLACKILALL PLACE. . TIIE NOIITII CITY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IIINA, GLASS, ‘AND DE ESTABLISHMENT, ' CAPEL-STREET, n L F 1: " r 1 G 0 , Hotels, Tuverus, Public uud Churitllhle Institutions, supplied et lvllulcslllo prices. ’ PEEL‘ TIIE IIIILLIONI ) SOUTII AMERICAN JERKED BEEF. "‘ T his Rent is tender, wholesome, and nourishing, and entirely free: " from bnnb or waste. ' , j’, PRICE .'i.;.L per lb. To be had from one pound to n I:wt.., with printed directions for‘ cuolflllg. Dulivered in the sullurlls free of cerriuge, . I) U ' ‘ (iellerill Fnluily Provision lVnrellollse, , LOWER BAGGOT-STREET (One Door from Morrion-row). LA1iIl’S, AND LAMP OILS. ANN TIIOMAS, , ll IIIII I2, WEI.LINGTON-QUAY, .,. [GLASS DEALER, IhII’0R'l'ER OF FOREIGN ‘ CHINA AND GLASS, . , Ilespectluily solicits the favour of an inspection of her extensive Stork of Ullirlu. uud,Stone Dinner, Dessert, Breakfast, Tea, and , , Toilet Services, richly Cut Tnl.-le Glass, and the largest Stock of Drestlen China in Dublin, whiqh she is now offering at greatly. re- x duced prices. .‘ - i ‘ ., N.B.'-'-No connexion with any other house. CHINA AND .4 ,. ‘ row’ OPEN.“ ' t , Tlllix “ CHINA ‘ < STORES.” - '87 SOUTH GREAT GEORGES STREET. Till) TAEPING 'rl3.l. 'l'lll-; TA "PING TE V - 'l‘Il TA ING Tm , Tlll. '1‘. . ‘ v 3 TIIE 'l'AEI’lNG TEA‘ E TAIIPING TEA . . Ii TAEPING TEA, 2 ‘ TAI-'.I>’lNG TEA ,.- A ‘PING TEA 35. 4d. per lh. ' 15. 8d. pcrhsll lb. 10.1. per qllurter lb. ‘2;ld. per ounee. , 'I'Il 'I‘Il 'I‘AEI’ING TEA TAICPING 'l'1:.t PIN ' ' TI-e C:-utr.-ll China Tea. Company (Liulited), by vrhunl this III Tmiuililportell, has been eatablishcd for the prolnotion‘ CI Trulle ‘VIII! tlie. Tllepings, or civilized Chinese, who are ut pree I sent engilgetl in Vflll‘ w‘ I (1 Emperor, and have for tile lust few ylaalusucvesslully In-Id possession of those portions of Chills best ndnntt-ll Ior Ire growth eten plant. None of is Tea has been brougllt to this country since 1553, the 'I‘>lcpill;;slluvitl,r; refused to trails with British Iilwuhllllts, l)El':IIL'4li the Bri "ill Goveruulcut nllousd Britisll soldiers B.lI(I suhjevls to elltel‘ the ser- the Emperor or China and take up inns iigninit the Tiiqllllg ellllsc. TIIE “CENTRAL CIIINA" TEA COMI‘.lNY‘S Retail Tea Stores, 87 SOUTII GREAT GEOIIGHS STREET, ‘ (Two Doors from the Establisllnlents of lllrrm. Pim, Brothers, and Co.) IIANDELIERS IN ORMOLU, BRONZE, AND CRYSTAL, IIALL AND LOBBY LAIIIPS. Fittings of every variety. An Extensive Stock of the View at the SIIUVV ROOMS oI the ALLIANCE AND CONSUMERS‘ GAS COMPANY, . , ,, , III GRAFTON-S'l'IiEE'I‘. . r ,. YIANOI'OIiTE%IhIPORTANT NOTICE. Glle Newest Deaiglul oll ERSONS having in their possession bad toned " Cottage or Square Piunolortes, either old or new, cunhnve them ulIA:roiI.to uvcry superior qulllity of tone, and grand re- panting power of touch, which will ensure satisfaction through an entire ullerution or renovation of either class of iutltrurnents, by G. IIDLLAND, 43, LOIVER OIIIIIOND-QUAY, I ‘ear Metal Bridge.) ' Late of Marcus Moses‘, and seven years Iortmnll to the Messrs. IlI‘CuIlllgh, Snttulk-street. The highest rclercnca given us to capubility to the first Doctor and l‘raIcs.<urs of Music. ' Superior and lalolillg Pilluolorte tuning. Terms, 2: city. Foster-place, Dublin, February, 186%. An excellent Piunolorte, Ior sslwlittle used.