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FALVEY MEMORIAL LIBRARY
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Joseph McGarrity Collection
Joseph McGarrity Newspapers
The Irish People
The Irish People
The Irish People, v. 1, no. 24, May 7, 1864.
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The Irish People, v. 1, no. 24, May 7, 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
ll ‘ .- llllt x ‘ ii lfi 1..., I - - ' I v , , ‘ Vor. 1. No. 24. v DUBLIN SATURDA . UNSTAMYED. TWO-PE3‘CE-‘ E; . J .. . ’ Y’ MAY 7' 1864 mm,” STAMPED, THREE-rnncn i M . , nu. . V x. : i. THE CITX BIANSION ELLII , 1 ‘us: so, LOWER BRIDGE-STREET, ’ i - E. as, %,0W;;Yg0(;(,2:;E‘[%)lIy:p?fsTR:;g'%REHOUSE" “'19 is-DMITTEDLY ONE OF THE BEST SITUATE, CHEAPEST, AND MOST COMFORTABLE WOOLLENS . 1”" FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL IIOTELS IN THE CITY. ' l‘;00I-LIINS .,,f,‘,: . am), Is.; nnnsKrssr,1i; DlNNER(0nnInAxr),.1s. 6n. - wgggfggg in,‘ Dunno and Srrrtxo Room, Set apart for Ladies and Families, Free of Charge. - WOOLLENS , lxs - Acoosnrooarren non Sxvnxrv-Frvn Pnnsons. E , E L L I 3 ml‘ NIGHT Ponran alwaysin Attendance. B to of CI)? LEEDS WVOOLLEN HALL , , ' ,2 3.,‘ PATRI CK s. CAREY. Pmm'w>r- .;;E:.“h‘i!?=“ ‘“ if.‘.‘i“i‘;‘.?.IiE‘..‘.“f.’.‘.i."’2.3.2.’;22.?.‘.?‘;2’.‘I.’2“'.3i.i‘.1i , . . . . . , I M P 0 R T A N T ! ! ?.i?f:.l.:‘:.::.i;’:.li:23 i:".”.‘.‘.,‘:'.‘.:‘..t‘.l'.‘:l.‘.’.’..”“‘ '”"‘“' "“‘““ 3: THE TAILORING Eg;II‘BABLIS1'Ill[ENT, Opposite the CITY HALL, is the CHEAPEST IIOUSE IN -In LIN for FIRST-CLASS CLOTIIING, either Ready-Mada or to Order. 3“. GE 0 RGE H 0 P PE R, Proprietor. 80, DAME-STREET, Introclucsr oi the Celebrated 14a. Gd. Trowseri, and 20s. Lounge Coat. O T II E R P E RIZE MEDAL THE SINGER SEOIVING MACHINE was AWARDED on the 10th September, 1363, by the IIANCIIESTER AND LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 1.‘ Thou Machines are the BEST and CHEAPEST in the World, and are used by In; for alltha Armies of Great Britain, the Continlnt, and the United State! of Amen the Royal Family. and in the Manufacture of Cloth- .“ . I B” unoncn F. BENNETT, Aaanr, ; 69, cnar'ron.s-rnss-r, DUBLIN. Psmphleta and Priced Liata free by Post. 0 NEIVS P A P E R P R 0 P R I ET .0 R S CIIANDELIEIiS IN ORMOLU, BRONZE, 1" AND “'IIOL%ALE STATIONERS, 55!.‘ AND CRYSTAL, I have completed my Ptag Paper Mill, and can now supply quan- tities, aither by contract or otherwise. My Straw Make suppliod as usual; a saving of 10 per cent. is enema to th its a consumer by uaa. . A GOLDEN-BRIDGE PAPER MILLS, IXCIIICORE, DUBLIN. it “CITY DEPOT," 12 an: 13, GREEN srnnnr. ll T II E i GOODS IN STOCK. Brown Kt Polsou'a Corn Flour and Starch. Symingtcu’a Prepared Pass and Barley. Borwick'a Baking Powder. 2 I Schooling’: Prize Medal Pure Sweets. and Cheroota. iah. K.ingsfsrd'a Patent Prepare! Flour. nnm, Simpson, cod. Biscuits, every variety. Trade Discount wwholniaie Ilouaes, Ind ior quantities. VM. GRAHAM, lllanulacturera‘ Agent, ,3 98, CAPEL STREET.‘ J 0 H N 0 ’ R E I Y I: “'boleaale and Retail Bottle, Brass, and Lead Merchant, I, 6, DESZILLE-LANE, DUBLIN. Every description of Bottlu Bought and Sold. Country Orders gr punctnally attended to "- COURSE OF LECTURES ON IRISH F NATIONAL SUBJECTS, by the Editor of the 1t'au'ovuzl . L" or. 4, Bell Yard, Temple Bar, London, March 80th, 1864. I ,'n.. mm of the National Lion-alor begs, most respectfully, to If announce that he will attend at the following places, and entire and date amxed to each, deliver a Lecture on some aubyect ,' of deep interest to all real Irish Nationalists. The friends in each ,3 locality, and especially the members of the National Brotherhood of 0, St. Patrick, are mad aanrully request to comrruu-t'ca ' M alteration which they may And it necessary tomalre, in order to prevent serious inconvenience. LLS M gncsrbttx . Ixsvnon 3' h'a:wcas'rI.I ‘" Duanaar rm Ii ed n“.‘.l’$'” ti DIWIEIJRY .1 S1-ocaroa-r u ay, Ma r: Mascuarrsn. .Wcdnesday, May L, ' at If ‘V ' v 1 v ,3 Y ‘HE LOSDON TIMES NLVVSPAPEIC, posted ,9 in London on the evening ol the day of publication, for 20.1. tor ; lmonlh-: 33L for Gmondn: and 12. for 12 man a mnnpea lid copy). with Post Otiioe Order to A. Java): and Co., 2, Adams Court, Old Broad Street, London. , VORMS cause Faztid Breath, Variable Appetite, ' Palpitation, Pains in the can: and Sides, Itching n1 the 5’ Note, G ' ding the Teeth, Disturbed Sleep, Wasting ..I the Body, 3, ulftl Bally, Diseoloured Urine, run, so. 11.. established cm to. ,. all kinds of Worms la ‘ LL0YD'S VEGETABLE WORM LOZENGES, ;, which are white and aweet, and auit the weakest child. ; all: nqvr're l10yd's Pills with the u. ,, Either Lozenges or Pills la. Ipd. each box; thrice the rise, 2s. 9d. tract; 151, lamdou-road‘, 2, Mill-street; 801, , Sold at 72, Im , Parb-road, 6, Para --atr ;, Agent for Dublin-Mr. o , from Mr. Richardson, Chemist, 21, Com-market, Dublin. in . “January 28th, 1862. “Due Srn;J[ra. Byruc, of the ‘Blue Bell,‘ gave her boy, five your old, and hi? g'irl, ten years old, your Lozenges, and the boy 32larg1 worm, and tho girl 52, making 84in all. I have thlatxraaarved in aplrit for inspection. This is cnl onto! the 1 ' oay“satnea at mu to: hunt the (:24 alter: your Wane ll ls set; and Damn, Brrlreuhead. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 21, Com HALL AND LOBBY LAMPS of every variety. An Extensive Stock of the on View at the S 11 0 W R 0 O lll S ‘ the ALLIANCE AND CONSUMERS‘ GAS COMPANY, 114 GRAFTON-STREET. Gas Fittings Newest Designs Just Published, HLA HUGH, or the PATRIOT MONK. A Lay of the Anglo-Norman lnvaalon, (In 8 Canton) And other Poems. By T. Cozaoos. Price, free by past, Five Shillings. Cork: D. MULCA HY, Patrick-strut.‘ I R. LOMAX, Catholic Bookseller and Stationer 196, TIMBLE-BRIDGE,-LEEDS, AGENT FOR THE I'RI'SH PEOPLE. HE ANGEL HOTEL, Noa..ll, I2, and 9, rmrs-QUAY. ‘ Ilavin g added the House No 9 -re tlirflirigiiial Hotel, I am enabled to resume Business as heretotore‘. "‘ “->-in A-n -’ --"W --.---....ut2x:. The Two and Five o'Clock Table d‘Hote, each day. as usual. ‘ D. J. BERGIN. SCURVY, Eruptions" on the Face and Body, Pimples,‘ Bails, Sore syn, old lVounds, Grsval, Piles, Rheumatism, &c., apaedily and ellectnally removed by LLOYD’S BLOOD PURIFIER. Quanrrrns-Those of sarsaperilla, but it cleanses all impurity (however caused), in half the time, and is not half so expensive. Every family ahould take it in the Spring. With the Oirmnent it is a sure ctkre or the Ital. The 2s. 9d. packet makes a quart of medicine, twice the size 4s 6d., live times the size Ila. Free by post to any address for S9, 66, or I62 stamps, from the patentee, lllr. Lloyd, Chemist and Dentist, 425, Scotland-road, Liverpool. Agent [or Dublin-hlr. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 2!, Corn Market. UBLIV RAILWAY BILL. - UNITED PARISHES OF SS. MICHAEL AND JOHN. At a numerous and inlluential meeting of the Inhabiudts oi the above Parishes, The Very Rev. Canon N. ROCHE, P.P., in the Chair. Ralph Walsh and Francis IL Nowlan, Honorary Secretaries, The following resolutions were unanimously adopts 1- Moved by Mr. James Murphy: secon e by Rev. N. lllalsh. C.C.: Resolved--That we, the Catholic inhabitants of the United Parishes of SS. Michael and John, have haard with the deepest con- cem that a Bill, entitled “The Dublin Railway Bill," is being in- troduced to Parliament which proposes the demolition of our Parochial Church, Presbytery, and Poor Schools.-Passed unani- IBO . Kliloged by the Rev. John O'IIanlon, C.C.: aeconded hy Mr. Owen DH 2 y ved-That, whereas the remains of many members of the most respectable families in these parishes, and the city generally, are interred in the Vaults ot the Church, we view with horror and indignation this projected invasion and desecration of the hallowed sanctuary ol the dead. . Moved by Mr. John lllullany; seconded by Mr. Patrick Clalfeyz lleaolved-That we, the Catholic inhabitants of th nriahes of SS. Michael and John, adopt a Petition, to be presented to both Houses of Parliament, against the passing ‘of the Doolm Railway Bill, or any portion or section thereof, ‘which would empower the promoters of an ill to demolish or inyura our Parochial Church, Presbytery, and Schools. I Moved by Mr. Thomas J. hlagulre; seconded by Mn M-clue! N . ugcn . Ruolved-That the Petition new read be adopted as the Peti- tion of this Meeting, be left (or aignaturu at the urch doors within this Parish, and that said Petition be presented toboth onus of Parliament. Moved by Rev. x. Wllhll, c.C.-. seconded by Mr. James Murphy :- v That the Rev. Canon Roche, P.P., do leave the Chair, and that Michael Rocha he called thereto. Thanlu were voted to the Iormer Chairman. IIICIIAEI. ROCHE, Chairman: i‘ii”i'Eixl":i.":"z'ia'l.s>ti2z.l' 3”“ 5”‘ LOTIIS, TWEEDS, PILOTS. wrmnrs, rnrnzns, nnanxsrs, wrxcnrs. nus, cars, to. - Patterns tree by Post. I EAFARIN G Men, Emigrants, and others have home testimony to the invaluable qualities of LLOYD‘S VEGETABLE PILLS in all climates. They promote the healthy action of the liver and digestive organs, purify the sod, act mildly on the bowels, remove bile, indigestion, wind, colic, dysentry, heats, pains in the ac lowneseof spirits, ey suit all ages either sex. Sold in boxes, 13&d. each; thrice the size, 2s. 9d.; free to.any address for 16 or 36 atarnps, from Lloyd, Chemist, 425, Scotland-road, Liver- , pool (near Boundary-street. Sold M72, Dale-street; 151, London- , road; 2, Mill-street; and 301, Park-road. M Agent for Dublin-llIr. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 2!, Corn arket. ’ TO THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY AND- IRISII MANUFACTURE A FOR SALE, a beautiful Gothic Altar, with Reredos and Taber- nacle, made man Stone and Irish Marbles. It is ri carved ' with appropriate religious figures. This work of Art‘. is the tirat of its kind ever attempted in Ire- land, and has been undertaken to show that the Catholic Clergy need not send outoi Ireland money for such Alters, as they can be, had equally good in quality and even cheaper than they can be pro- cured in England. In offering this work to the public, the originator tnlsta he will receive our support for a purely Irish undertaking which it is ld- - mitted ought always be given to any enterprise calculated to show that Irishman are in no way inferior to fellow-workmen of any other country. ' T . R E A D , Architectural Sculptor, Marble Mason, do, 33 GREAT BRUNSWICK-STREET, Where the Altar can be seen daily, and estimates given for Pulpits, Monuments, and all other articles in the line. ‘ a LLIANCE AND CONSUlIER.S' GAS COMP , 114. GRAFTON-STR T. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on and after MONDAY. , Next, the 29th inst., the Price of Coke will be advanced to ELEVEN SHILLINGS par Chaldron, or One Shilling additional. By Order, JOHN STEVENSON, Secretary! 23rd February, 1864. - 'FOR.M.ATION IVANTED of Michael Connors, who lived 4 years since at 98, North Levee, St. Louis, State of Missouri, and with whom lodged shortly before John Nolan, who was thus some by Connors to have taken a government situation in California. Any intelligence of John Nolan will be thank- fully received by his father, William Nolan, 39, St. Anne- street. Liverpool. Boston Pilot, and other papers, please copy. EEVIL’S CURIOUS PHOTOGRAPHIC ' BRIAR PIPES (a great Sensation). Sent Free and Safe by post, on Receipt of 24 Stamps, From the Great Pipe lVarehouse, 27. BIERCIIANTS-QUAY, DUBLIN. NO MORE GREY HAIR OR WHISKERS. ‘ II A I R D Y E , ' THE CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE WORLD, nnnucnn 1'0 2s. 61). A Valuable Receipt, by which the Hair, in an instant, can now, with ease and salety, be changed to any required ahape in a beau- tiful, natural, and lasting Brown or Black, at a cost less than One Farthing a year, will be sent free to any address on enclosing 30 Postage Stamps, and a stamped directed envelope in Mr. O‘Bn.uLv, Post Otlice, Newtownstewart, County La ‘es ' ' much inconvenience and expense, and at the same time consult personal appearance and comfort by Dyeing 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 aale have now an opportunity of preparing it themselves, they may thus possess, at a merely - ? nominal charge, an article of use or profit, in comparison of whic the liquids vendeil as Ilair Dyes are gross impositlons. “ ILLIAM GRAHAM, v S A W M A K E R , 41, FISIIAMBLE-STBEAT, DUBLIN. Established 18 years. W. G. solicits the Patronage of his customers. the Cabinetmakers, Carpenters, Coachmakars, Coopers, and the Vrct ers. N.B.--All kinda of Saws repaired in the best manner, and ruoderau terms. IM P 0 RTANT N 0 T IC ETDR.RIC0RD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE is in future only 0 be had direct Imm the Proprietor's, 96 STEPHENS GREEN, SOUTII, Dublin. This wonderful agr-nt will restore manh a moat shattered con- stitutioni in Four Weeks. Success in every case iscertain-tailura being irrpossibla. Price lla ; or four quantities in one for 385. To behad only direct from the Proprietor, 96 Stephen's-green South, Dublin. Post-odiee Orders to be made payable to Edward D. Ricard, or in any other name it preierred by sender. Sent caretnlly achrd to any address, or to any part of tha country. sally mm to to n and e an , Conaultatlona , and [or the convenience at country yatlraia It-iattyatiil. Maison, to smiles‘:-g.-rem Goals. leatlltu