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Joseph McGarrity Newspapers
The Irish People
The Irish People, v. 1, no. 16, March 12, 1864.
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The Irish People, v. 1, no. 16, March 12, 1864.
O'Leary, John, 1830-1907.
Luby, Thomas Clarke, 1821-1901.
Kickham, Charles Joseph, ca. 1826-1882.
Stephens, James, 1825-1901.
Irish Republican Brotherhood.
1 October 2015
Dublin : Printed for the proprietor and published at the office, 12 Parliament Street, by John Haltigan
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
Politics and government
Disclaimer of Liability
Disclaimer of Endorsement
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' TVOOLLEL Late of the LEEDS VJOOLLEN HALL). , - ‘ friends and the public that he hue opened" the and to solicit their inspection of-hie present Uni’, . . i W Xian‘! Ponnn always in Attendance. v . ( l J l v.-. 1 7 r I ' ul ' my , , .1? ATIII C Ix,,,‘S. C A R L 1 , 1’1‘0Pne%01'- . , ,‘,3,"’f,‘,," ‘"5-'“ h" ‘ I ““I Imp ohn T A‘N Tl! ,, ‘E T11E"r‘AILor.ux'c. ‘iisrjumsin E ‘ DUBLIN Iorylilllhl‘ NT, Opposite the c1'rr.‘n.u.L, is the CIIEAPEST HOUSE IN -CLASS CLOTHING, either Ready-lilado or to Order. 1 - GaonGEm0Ppnn,mwm ii iv , so, DAME-STREET, i- i u v ‘ ' , Jutruducer of the Celebrated 145. Gd. Trowscrs, and 205. Lounge Coat. 0 '1‘ .II-.- E R 1’ 'THE5SIN ' "WAS A GEn9s3h1NG.MAcH1N R... >Z' E M, EDAL ’ l and are used by .1... Royal Fulnily. and 1.‘ the ummtm of Cloth- Aoxsr, . : , , WARDED on the 10th septempuf, ‘mix, by, the ' H , H , , , JIAXCIIESTER AND LlVERl?O0L AGn1cpr.rUI:.iL socnzrr. ,, - ' Naszhiaes are the mzsri and ClIEAP‘EST in the VV'ur1d, ‘ lag tar allthe Aruuar of Great Britain, the Contlmat, and the Dmted States of America. . J GEORGE”---F. BEN.Nl-‘.'l‘>‘1‘, E Y, , M’, ;‘ L I I > 69, GRAFTON-STREET,'DUBLIX. i ,1’ mplil-its and 1-.i...i was on by Post. i. . I! > . 7, < ,. . . . . ITERARY .ANl) GENEIIAL SALEROOMS.’ 'l‘.K'l'RlCK ISUCSEVIN, Auctioneer and "aluutor,"‘II‘ouse, ml, and Islam Axenr, . . ‘ ‘ 1, 'WELLINGT01<-QIIAY, . V ' m.'m.1x. i To "NE“'SI’,A1?I'lIl. ‘, PRO PRIETOR S f , AND,“'Il.()LI’5.vlLI:3 STATIOXERS, &c. 2 l I have completed "K7 lug Paper Mill. and can now supply quan- tities, either l.vy'ooatmL-I or otherwise: ,iMy Straw Make sirppliud as usual; sasvingot lopucanl. is affected In the consumer by its , us; n'u..l:YAS, 4, w l l I I I r > I . i ll w , GOLD BRIDGE PAPER LL5, ., I INCIIICOIKIS, DUHLIN. T‘ 11 1: no 1 T,>Y .1) E P o '1'," IIASD I3, GREEN STREET. GOODS. IN STOCK? I Brown & Yolz4on's Coin Flour and Starch. Symin;:ton‘s Prepared Peas arid Barley. Burlvitlti Baking Powder. Schoolinrfs l'ri2c Modal Pure Sweets. Lewis 3: L‘o.'s Pickles, Jellies, and Ginger ‘Vines. liedbetter nsn Blue, and Royal sax. Dine. British and Foreign Cigars and Cherdota. ' also)": Kill I . Rin;;sturd's Patent I’repIru<l Flour. Il:Al;(‘r, Suupmu, V o. iscuits, rvevy variety. Trade Di-count m “'holeeule Houses, and [or quantities. WM. Gn..ulAu, .x1.n..rscu.rm' sgem, 95, CAI'F.l.. STREET. 7 IIE LOXDON TIMES NEWSPAPER, posted in London on the evening of the day of publication, for 203. for Emonths: 35s. (or 6 months; an 72s. for 12 months-(a stumped . Address with l'ust Ollire Order to A. Jorcu: and Co., '.’, Adams Court, on nmsrl Street, London. CAh‘E PARISIEN AND FRENCH IVINE SALOOXS, No. 19. CllATllA.ll-STREET, on rulton-street , Are now open for the sale at tint-class Wines and Foreign Cigars, at moderate churxzes. trial is respectfully solicited by the Proprietor, GILIIMAIN CHARLES. VIIE BEST REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION, IlEARTI.iL'IiN', ISlI.l',, tic, is SIR JAlll'.'i BIcruuY'a YDUII) MAGNESIA, recommended by leading Physicians Is the purest and strongest. Sold in extra large bottles, at Is., 25. 6d., and 5s. 6d., by Chemist: and Medicine Dcnlnrs in Great Britain and throughout the world. Also, Sm JAMES .‘ilI'nnAr‘s FLUID CAMPIIOR and LEMON SYBIZJ‘. See pronpectus, to be had of all Agents. WALLER, R. ‘V. CIIAMI’ION’S Successor, I9 and 50 DENZll.l.E<STREET. and Q 42 and 43 s.x.Vbu'iTiI.srnl31:'r, lllcrriomsquare. M A I D 0 w No. 9, W1LLmu-sinmzr ITl.’0lt'I‘A;V'I‘ T0 EBHGRANTS B1’ nun’ or I.lVEl’.[’00L. I'.lTl’.lCK MQIAIION, (Licensed Ilroker,) Ii 1% I ' A .. . m. 11, CLAY-STREET, opposite . m...... lIu(‘l(, I.iverpool, Australian, Alulzricuri, and General Emigration Agent, Returns his sincere thanks to his numerous friends and countrymen lor their kind support and pntruuagc lot the lust tilteen years. llia arrangements enable him at any time to dispatch Emigrants at the Lowest llatcs of Passage, in First-Clans Packet Ships. To avoid disappointment or delay it is requisite for the intending Emigrant in send him Inilrxmss beiore leaving home, together with tho mum-s and nacsof um.-is accompanying him; by doing 5.. he will have no occasion to be here sooner than a day or two prior to the ship sailing, of which timely notice will be given. 1‘. M lAll0N‘S eatublishinvnt can accommodate all classes oi Emigrants during their stay on the most reasonable terms, with free stores for Luggngc. Also parties with families-it they prelcr it- um cook their own victuzils. Passengers‘ (mice, 6.‘: Wntcrlao-road. For further particulars apply a hove, Post Paid, to . ICK IAIIO. Maid of Erin lun, Williaui-street, Liverpool; , - This Day Published, price sa., ANUAL OF INSTRUCTIONS ‘ ’ COXCRIXSISG ' ' ‘ S A ’ I! S ,, , IIOSAIIIES, CROSSES, AND lilI3DALS. From the I-‘ranch oi the llcv. F. J. .I. Lnbis, D.D., Ilun. Csnon ot the Cathedral, Illll Yrolessor in the Seminary oi Touraai. Translated and nugmenled by the Rev. Father IlAI'IIAIEL, oi the Sacred Heart 0! Jesus, Pafaianist. ' ‘ , Richardson and Son, 9, Cspchstreet, Dublin. E . S M I T H , " ICTURIC-I"RA DIE’ BLANUFACTU RE R, , Wholc.-splo Dealer in Carlos do Visits of Celebrities, Groups, Facctim, the Lists ‘llclll on application.“ Xew Subjects published as ery'w9F. i , . Address If Smut, 22,6: 23, ltuglese Street, Dublin. . l , ,- The" ,0O0 Pan-trait,Car<I,‘1e.‘ “Tin -rrvel of Photographylsent 113 StampR.“"’ ' D ' " ' ‘ . Ilicture-lniiznes, ‘all ..rm...ir. olthe nin. Patriots, 1:" slzcs, lat sllbrlesl. notice. 0 OK. S AN D “IA ST E 1’ APE R.--‘V:mte<l for Immediate cm. Old Account Books, Newspapers, Pur- linmantary ltcports, Iiriels, Rentals, Quiro Stock, Parchment, Poor- Law Union Waste Books, &c. : also Libraries, or small lots of Books, for which is fair pr' ' ill be given. . ' Parties waited on by appointment. Letters attended to, and cash immediately remitted lor luts sent. PATIIICK l‘I‘IllDlS.l’l'l‘, Bookseller. 13, WOOD QUAY, Dublin. BOOTS AND SIIOES. J E A N B . B U E T, From P. I‘.lS, LADIES‘ BOOT AND SHOE WARIEIIOUSE, No. 9% TliI)'I'I'Y-STREET (Late of Grafton-street), Dlmux. 2 R'00lI APERS. JAMES M‘llIASTER, MANUFACTURER, , I'AI!LI.AllIENT STREET, Holds the largut and most varied Stock, of the newest designs ln the Kingdom. Pricu earcudiuylll moderate. ILLIAM GRIMELY, COMMERCIAL BOARDING-IIOUSE, I, QUEEN-STRII ' OK Old Hall-street, l:.I.PO . ‘ K9‘ Every Acconnnodatiou for Emigrants. OIIANDELIElZS- IN ORMOLU, BRONZE, AND CRYSTAL, HALL AND LOBBY LAMPS as ngs nl every Variety. An Extensive Stock of Lhs Newest Designs on View at the S110“? ROOMS of the ALLIANCE AXD CONSUMERS’ GATS COMPANY, I14 ,- GRAFTON<S'l'REE R. LOMAX, Catholic Bookseller and Stationer 196, 'l'I.l[IlLE-BRIDGE, LEEDS, AGENT FOR THE IRISH PEOPLE. S II E E P R A C K THE AUNGIER SHEEP RACKS Are simple, durable, ellicicnt and economical, designed by MARK AUXGIEIK, Esq. ; Manufactured and Sold by ROBERT BOVVLIQS, Carter's Laue, Slnlllllleltl. My Portable Boilers require very little, Fuel, are mnat convenient for cooking Cattle Food, may be set to work anywhere without expense. ROBERT nownns, CAR’l‘EB'S LANE. SMXTHFIELD. XYOIEKS-'22, BLACKIIALL PLACE . run NORTH CITY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IIINA, GLASS AND DELFT ns'r.un.isinir-..x'r, C.tI‘IiL-STREET, nL'm.Ix' S . 160, lfodls, Taverns, I'uhli::,nnd Charitable institutions. supplied at stock, which will be found superior in quality, and at prices much loner than usually charged lll those departments. ‘ - CLOTIYS4 TWEEDS. I‘ll.0TS. ‘ ' ‘, WITNEYS, FRIEZES, IXLANKETS WINCEYS. ' ‘ ' ' llA'l‘S, CAPS, Kc. ‘Panama tree by Post. ’ ‘ ' ' EEF FOR T1115 MILLIIOINI SOUTH AMERICAN JERKED BEEF... , I This lleet is tender, wholesome, and nourishing, sud eutimly tree from bone or waste. ’ . , PRICE 3;ld. per-lb. . , To be had from one pound to a cwt., with printed directions lor cooking. Delivered in the suburbs free of carriage, at “ J . D U N N E ‘S General Family I’ron'siou Warehouse, , LOWER BAGGOT-STREET (One Door from Merriou-row). UNl'FED TRADES’ ASSOCIATION, DUBLIN. 4 To follow up our efforts to secure Fan: Pun’ to the Ormm-rrvnu, sns advance the interests of Iiusn lltucreac-rurun la a lcgitil-ualu wav, we call upon ALL IIHSIDIIZN to purchase the IINITPJ) ’l'uam;s' A. un1ox,Donr.IN Rectirzni-.b PIPES from those only who are autlmrised to sell them. Any Retailer can procure them from-the nmlennenriuncd Manuiaeturem, who pay the Fun i Puree r-on Lanoun. and from none others:s- ' 1'hos.Cunningh urn, l27, Francesnst. (opposite Sweetmanhsbrewery.) John Cunningham, 139, Francis-street. 'l“hom:u Cunningham. 185, Frauds-street. Joseph I)aly,lT, Francis-street. Genvge Brown, 2, Thomas-court Dawn, ‘ ltichanl Sprstt, 1, Marron'bonc-lane (corner of Taylor‘:-lane). John Ilymc, Hi, Francis-street. ' , ' P. J. SIIANLY, President: , J. K.I:i:G.ur, Secretary. Baker‘: Hull, llridgmstreet. M .1’. or R T A- N‘ '1‘ A 512,000,000 STERLING GU. ASTEED hy GOV]-‘.ll2i)llv.. . to he ullottctl to the Subscrihcnl in various Inns upwards to $10,000. Any person, hy inventing $2, can realize $30,000. For Prospectus, ‘containing full purticnlars (which will he sent 37:-utla), npp . by Letter, to F. E. FULD ud. llanlcera, l’rauldort<>u- the-Itlainn; ‘or... '4). save foreign pnstsge, dress E. E. 1-‘ULD and 03., I4, Dukovstroet, Adulphi, London, “CC. -A‘LI.IANCE AND CONSUM C0)ll‘- . No'rg1‘c E, ERS’ GAS , lli. GRAFTO LT. NOTICE IS IlI5IlI$l3Y GIVEN, that on and alter MONDAY Next, tlie,2lllh inst. the Price oi Coke will be advanced to ELIEVEN SIIILLIXGS per Chaldron, or Oue Shilling additional. I5 er, 4. . . JOHN STEVEXSOX, Secretary. 23rd February, lSG4w N'O MORE GREY IIAIR. OR “IIIISKERS. .u l i . l . H A I R D Y E , TIIE CIIEAPEST AND BEST IN THE WORLD, “P mcnvrl-:0 10 25. (in. - A Valuable Receipt, by which the Hair, in an instant, can now, with mine and safety, be changed to any required she is in a bean- tiful, natural, and lasting Brown or Black, sci costlless thhn One Farthing a year, will be sent free m any address on enclosing so I‘osta;;o Stxunpe, and a stamped directed envelope to Mr. 0‘Buu:x, Post Ullico, Nerrtownstewart, Coun one. Lmliea will avoid much inconvanienco- and expense, and at the slum: time consult personal appearance and coinlort by Dyeing their own huir instead of wearing: Fronts. ’ The above Hair Dye, having received the test of public opinion, is pronounced to he y one which at once cheaply, cou- venienlly, and permnncntlyunnmstlie pur e. - - use using or intending it for solo have now an opportunity of pr:-.parin[.: it thuuselven, they may thus possess, at a merely uominnl charge, an article of use or profit, in comparison at which the liquids vended as ilair Dyes are gross imposition.-1. ‘ ILLIAM SAW BIAKER; 41, FISIIAMBLE-STIIEAT, ' N. Established 18 years. W. G. aulicita the Patronage of his customers, the Cabinetmakers, Carpenters, Coaclunalrera, Coopers, and the Victuallers. IV'.Ii. mtulerate terms. I. l “INVASION OF SHORT IIORNS." - II “ERIS'S DEl’AI!TlIRE." (EngrIu'ed June, 1863.) “ l-Iriu's Departure," No. 2 of a series ul Lithographs. Them is much promise in this [envy sketch, and it is consoling to had that genius and originality have not lelt the Green Isle, though her line peasantry are most assuredly leaving it every hour.-Eartrurl from .S‘inuulers' Nuns-Lrlltr, Sepl. 4, I " Sold, hy ‘ho kindness of the proprietors, at the Ofliros, and ms acvcral Agents oi the following ,m-wspapers he nu , 1-rm...-. 12, Varliamcnt-street, Dublin; Irisliumn, 33, .r)u’srAbbey- street, Dublin; Jlmlirzly New, (I, Lower Abbey-street, lluhliu; Nation, 15, Lower Abbey-street, Dublin ; sud in Lunclou published 1,, '1'. 31-Luau, ‘J5, llayiuarket. , l’lIl$'l’:-ONE SIIILLLVG EM.’-ll; by EM wlmlesale price-5-. nds oi Saws repaired in the best manner, and on