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Joseph McGarrity Newspapers
The Irish People
The Irish People, v. 1, no. 19, April 2, 1864.
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The Irish People, v. 1, no. 19, April 2, 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
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UNSTAMPED, TWO-FENCE. ., Von 1. No. 19.] ‘DUBLIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1864. men STAMPED, ,mREmmCE. Q V .. “i ‘ T II E C I T Y M A N S I 0 N , i ’ E ‘ELLlS‘S WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE, 30, LOWER BRIDGE-STREET, - 67, LOWER CAMDE STREET. ‘ 1 Dm'l'rEDI.Y‘oNE or THE BEST SITUATE, CIIEAPEST, AND MOST coMFo1‘.'rAJ3LE :::g3;‘,7:R:: I-‘AMILY axn COIIMERCIAL 11ol'nLs IN 1112 orrv. W00,:LnR,:,, ’ nun, 1a.; l3I2EAKFAST,ls.; nmxnn (onprsanr), ls. 6n. , “.00L,,LNS Dlxrxo and Srrnxu Room, Set apart for Ladies and Families, Free of Charge. . WOOLLENS Accomronlvrrozv run Sal.'l=.x‘1-Y-Flva Pansoxs. N lolrr Pom-an alwaya in Attendance. PATRICK S. C A R E ]" Proprietor. .- GEORG 80,DM IMPORTAN‘T!!, HE -TAILORING ESTABLISIIIIIENT, Opposite the our HALL, is the CHEAPEST HOUSE IN DUBLIN tor FIRST-CLASS CLOTIIING, either Iteatlylnlads or to Order, E I II 0 P P E R, Ill-STREET, . Iutrnducer oi the Celebrated Its. Gil. Trnlvsers, and 205. Lounge Coat. Proprietor, MEDAL " A N 0 T lull E R 1’ R I Z E ‘l ‘ FOR ,' THE SINGER SEIVING MACHINE ,. was AWARDED on the 10th September, law, by the . 1 MANCIIESTER AND LIVERPOOL AGl‘.ICUL'I‘L‘ltAL SOCIETY. ‘ Thue lllachinea are tbs BEST and CIIEAPEST in the World, and are used by the Royal Family. and In the Manufacture of Cloth- ing (or all the Arlniaa at Great Bn'tain, - G E 0 P. G E . 09, GI‘.Al-‘TON-S Pamphlets and Priced Lists tree by Post. , LITEIEARY AND GENERAL SALEROOMS. PATRICK MACNEVIN, Auctiollcer and "aluator, Ilousle, . Land, and Estate Agent, 7, WELLINGTON-QUAY, DUBLIN. To NEIVSI’API-III PROP RIETO RS , AND WIIOLESALF. STATIONIJRS, &c. I have completed my Reg Paper Mill. and can now supply quan- tities, either by contratt or o uwius. My Straw Make supplied as usual; a saving 01 10 per cent. is affected to the consumer by its use. WM. RYAN. GOLDEN-BRIDGE PAPER MILLS, INCIIICORE, DUBLIN. 7]-IIIE “CIT DEPOT,” 12 AND 13, GREEN STREET. GOODS IN STOCK. t Brawl 8: Polseu'I Corn Flour and Starch. Sylnlngtouh Prepared Peas and Barley. orwick'a Baking Powder. Sohooling'a Prize Modal Pure Sweets. Lewia at Co.‘a Pickles, Jellies, and Ginger Wines. Red Letter Ball Blue, and ltoyal Saxo Blue. British and Foreign Cigars and Cllcroots. 0akey'a Krliie Polish. " slnrd's Patent Prepared Flour. . paon. & C0,‘: Biscuita, every variety. Trade Discount to “'hnlesale Ilouslt-e, and for quantities. WM. GRAIIAM, Manufacturers‘ Agent, CAPEL STREET.‘ T111-2 soxas OF IRELAND, No. 111., Price One Penny, contains s celebrated Song, with full claomr, by the, GIIIIMAN BAND OF THE CORPORATION! And an additional chorus by a sol-rowing I w v ‘ my. IIOIAII-IS‘ DEFENCE OF THE N.vlTl0A', AND OF JOHN MITCIIICL. ‘.’d. l"A'I‘Hl-ll: IVIAGUIRES TRIAL. . JOHN RIAGEES TRIAL (0't.‘onne.ll'a greatest short). Gil. IIARDINIFS DUBLIN PENNY SONGSTER, Nos. I to or Pope and )Iaguire'a Discussion will shortly be issued in penny weekly numbers. Apply in time [or the early numbers, as the plates will not be kept standing. The Trade supplied on liberal terms. Dublin: Published by N. IIAHDING. 7 Werburghastreet. 7 TIE BEST REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION, I .ARTllURN, BILE, &c., is Sm Jaatrzs ‘.lIUP.R.n"s FDUID LAG. IA, recommended by leading Physicians as the purest and alrongoat. said in extra large bottles, at 15., .od., and Ba. o.l., by Chemists and Medicine Dealers in Great Britain and thrullgllollt the worllL AISO, Sln .IA)lP.s IlIL'nllAY'R FLUID CAIIPHOIL and LEMON ‘I RUI‘ See prospectus, to be had of all A;:ent.s. ‘V ALLER, R. IV. CHAMPI ON’S Successor. 49 and 50 DENZILLICVSTREET, and . 42 and 43 SANDWITlI-S'l‘REET, ’ Merrion-square. I IIIPORTANT T0 EMIGRANTS BY WAY OI-‘ I.lVEl‘.I'OOL. 9->-3 PATRICK MOIIAIION, Lieonacd ]3rolrer,) MAIDO BRIAN NN, Na. 9. WILLlAM<S'I‘RF.ET AND 11, CLAY-STREET, opposite Clarence Dock, Liverpool, Australian, American, and General Emigration Agent, Returns his sincere thanks to his numerous friends and countrymen Ior their ind support and patronage tnr the last fliteen years. llis arrangemenuenahie him at any time to dispatch Emigrants at the Lowest Raw: el Passage, in I-‘irsLCia<sI‘acl1etSlli To avoid disappointment or delay it is rtqnisixt Ior the intending Emigrant to send him Half Notes helore leaving home, togotllur with the names and ages of those‘acmmpanying him; by doing so he will have no occasion to be here sooner than a day or two prior to the ship railing, of which timely notice will be given. P. lIl‘MAlION'S establishment can accommodate all classes of Emigrant: rlurltu: their stay on the most reasonable terms, with Iron stoma tor Luggage. Also parties with familial-if they prefer it- can cook their own victunls. ’ 'Rauen;;eLs' Ottlce, G5 Waterloo-road. For iulther particulars apply as above, Post Paid, to] PATRICK M‘.‘IAIlON, Maid of Erin Inn, Willisili-street, Liverpool. the Contiutnt, and the United States oi America. I] E N N E T T , ’l‘I‘.lZET, DUBLIN. Aanvr. I ‘This Day Published, prlne srl, ANUAL OF INSTRUCTIONS roxczllxrzsa 9 . ROSARIICS, CROSS!-‘.5. AND IIIIEDALS. From the French of tho Rev. F. J. J. Labia, D.I)., lion. Canon oi the Cathedral, and Professor in the Seminary of 'l‘ournai. ‘rnnslated and augmented by the Rev. Father RAPIIAI-‘.L, of the Sacred Heart ol Jesus, Porsiouint. churdanll and Son, 9, Capel-street, Dublin. T0 IIE RAFFLED FOR, A T M. E. MORAN’S, 10, CORK-HILL, . L ' A “HATER-COLOUR. DRAVVING, Val.I:bl-FIVE POUNDS. ONE Ilxxnnnn ‘Tlcxurs-Osr: S1in.1.1No EACH. ‘ EASTER MONDAY. MARCH ‘2S'rlr, 1864. At 1 G '1‘ 0‘CLOCK,'F.velling HANDELIERS IN ORMOLU, JIRONZE, AND CRYSTAL, HALL AND LOBBY LAMPS Gas Fittings oi ovary variety. An Extensive Stock of the Newest Designs on View at the S 11 0 W R O 0 III S at th ALLIANCE AND CONSIBISERS‘ GAS COMPANY, 4 GRAFTON-STREET. 1%EVILL'S KILKENNY INN. I larvolmurr T0 r.liE:aNrs nr WAY or LIVI-Il’.l’0OL. I JOIIN REVIIIL, GENl‘ll'AL RIIIIGRATICN AGENT, Lt, CARLTON-STRICHT, (Twenty yards from the Clarence Dock), LI RPO Law of 89, Latimer-street. Jolm Rlsvlu. returns his aincere thanks to Ilia Nnantrtous FRIENDS and COIINTIKYMEN (or their support and PArltt>xm.r:. I all made such arrangements an will enable him at any time to dispatch l’as< smlgera at the l.mvl-zsr rate, in Iirat class Steamers and Packet Ships to any part of America or Australia. Parties intending to Iimigrate should writo for intornlation eu- olnsing a Ilalfsnote or Po.-it-oflice Order deposit, with name and age, stating where to, which will secure beat berths, and wait a reply, to prevent delay and efupellse. If they prefer to cool: their own iood, they can. $3‘ Rcspectablo Accommodation for Travellers I-‘ltltli aroru: FOR LUGGAGF. I-‘or Iurtber particulars apply to . lVILL, 45, CAl'tLTO.‘l.STRRET, LIVElll‘0OL. Just Published, GELA HUGH, or the PATRIOT EIONK. A Lay a Anglo-Norlglan Invasion, ( Cantos, And other Poems. Co nos y . N .. 12.19., jm by post, Five Shillings. Cork: D. MULCAIIY, Patric):-atrtset. IMPORTANT‘ T0 SMOKERS. TIIE YORK Rl'VER TOBACCO DEPOT, 6‘ MA Y-STREET, Ia now open for the Sale of the CELEB RATED YORK RIVER TOBACCO, FOREIGN CIGARS. PLAIN AND FANCY PIPES, -c., c. CIIARLES HOPPER. Aoa.-11'. T I C E . GEORGE BYRNE Begs to inform the Nobility and Gentry that he has just. received a large supply oi AMERICAN PRAIRIE FOWL, which he will dispose of an the most moderate tr-runs, at'his - POULTRY AND GAME ESTABI.ISIlMF.NT, AND-ROW 43, w (Near the Kingstown Railway), DUB IN. (Late at the LEEDS WOOLLEN HALL), Bag! to inform his lriends and the public that he has opened the above estahliahnlent, and to solicit their inspection of his present. stock, which will he iound superior in quality, and at prices much lower than usually charged in these departments. CLOTHS, TWEEDS, PILOTS. WITNEYS, FRIEZES, IILANKETS, NVINCEYS. IIATS, CAPS, &c. Patterns free by Post. EEF FOR THE MILLION! SOUTII AMERICAN JERICIED .llEIilI‘. This Bet-I is tender, lrholesnulo, and nourishing, and entirely free from bone or waste. PRICE 3;1l. per lb. " To be hall from one ponntl to in cm.., with printed directions for cooking. Delivoretl in the eulnlrhll flee of carriage, at . General Ramily Provision Wa.rehouse, LOW’ R IIAGGOT-STREET (Ono Door from Merriou-row). VJIO THE CATHOLIC IIIERARCHY AND‘ - CIIEIIGY IRISH MANUFACTURE. FOR SALE, a beautiful Gothic Altar, with Reratloa and Taber- naclo, made of Com Stone and Irish Marbles. It is richly carved with appropriate religious tlgum. This work of Art is the first of its kind ever attempted in Ire- land, and has been undertaken to show that the Catholic Clan-gy need not send out of Ireland nlunoy for such Altara, as they can 1.. had equally good in quality and even cheaper than they can be pro- cured lu nglnnd. at Irishman are in no way inferior to fellow-worllnlcn of any other country. ' . s D , Architectural Sculptor, Marble Mason, &c., 33, GREAT BRUNSIVICK-STREET, Where the Altar can be seen daily, and estimates given for Pulplts, Monumt-llts, and all other articles in the line. ’ IMPORTANT NOTICE. $12,000,000 STERLING G ALANTEED by GOVITIINMENT, to t allotted to the subscribers in various suina upwards to .+;3o,000. Any person, by investing 52, can realize .c30,0oo. For Prnspectus, containing full piu-uculnra (which will be nentgmis), apply by Letter, to F. E. FIJLI) and Co., Bankers, 1=r.u.l.l'art.on. the-Maine; or, to save foreign postage, address 1:‘. E. FULD and Co., 14, Dukevstreet, Adelphi, London, w.c. ALLIANCE AND CONSUMERS’ GAS COIIPAN . 114. GRAF 0. STREET. NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIYI ', that on and alter MONDAY Next, the 29th inaL, the Price of Coke will be advanced to ELEVEN SIIILLINGS per Chaldroll, or One Shilling additional. By Or 23rd February,,l864. D" 0 MORE GREY HAIR OR IVIIISKERS. A 1 1-. 1) Y E, rm: CIIEAPEST AND BEST 1): THE WORLD, .- - .. on. dcr '.1o11N STEVENSON, Secretary. A Valuable Receipt, by which the Ilair, in an instant, tun now, with ease and safety, be changed to any required shape in n heali- tiiul, natural, and lasting Brown or Black, at a cost less than out Fartllillg a year, will bn sr-llt tree to any address on enclosing 30 l’osltago Stamps, alld a stamped directed envelope to Mr. ()‘Blull.N, Post Oiiice, Newtolvnatewart, County Tyrone. Ladies will avoid much inconvenience and expense, and at the same time consult pcnlonal appearance and comfort by Dyoillg their own hair instead of wearing Fronts. The above Hair Dye, having received the test of public opinion, is pronounced to be the only one which at once cheaply, con- veniently, and permanently answers the purpose. As those using or intending it for sale have now an opportunity of preparing it themselves, they may thus possess, at a merely . nominal charge, an article or use or prom, in conlpllrison of which the liquids vended as [lair Dyes nre p,-rose impnsitinna. ILLIAM GRAHAM, S A W M A K E R, (I, FISIIAIIIBLF-STREAT, ‘ DUBLIN‘. Established 18 years. W. G. eoiicits the Patronage of his customers, the Cubhlctmakels, Carpenters, Coachmakera, (Jooprera, and the Victuallers. N.I3 kinds of Sawa repaired in the boat manner, and on modvrate terms. I. “ INVASION OF SHORT ‘ ll. “ERIN‘S DI’.PAI‘.TURF.." (Engraved June, 1863.) “F.rin‘a Departure," No. 2 of 11 series of Lithograplls. There is much promise in this fancy sketch, and it is consoling to Iind that genius and originality have not left the Green Isle, though her fine peasantry are moat assuredly law’ it every llour.-Extract from lS'mln4Ier.l‘ New-limer, Sept. 4, l8b , Sold, by the kindness of tho proprietors, at the Ollicea, and by the levernl ukgellts or the iullnwillg new apors :-"lira. ltusir Pr:or-Ln, Ii‘, Parliament-street, Duhliil;Irl‘sluun.n, 33, Lon-erA sm-rt, Dublin; .’lIm'm'Ily News, (5, Lower Abbey-street, Duh III ; ‘Mimi, 6, Lower Abbey-street, Dublin ; and in London publishetl by T. M‘Leall, 25, llsymarket. l’l’tICli-ONE SIIILLING l‘3AClIl IIORNS.”