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THE day after Christmas Day Lord Wolseley issued a general order directing all the troops to hold themselves in readiness to proceed

up the river at once. The infantry were to move first an

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IT somehow seems to be the lot of America just now to absorb all the thought and the wonder of Western Europe ; and the close of the third great Plenary Council at Baltimore comes fittingly to remind

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ONCE more the curtain rises upon a new scene in the drama of the desert. It is now nearly a year since• GENERAL GORDON rode out upon his dromedary into space, and fully nine months since we realised

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THE beginning of a New Year seems to us to be specially a time for thought. And what theme is there which has a stronger claim upon our hearts and minds than that which is indicated by the title of t

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THERE is a common saying that when a barrister for the defence abuses the plaintiff's attorney it is a sign he has a weak case, and it has been said that when Catholics abuse the Established Church o

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Thursday.

Money fluctuated considerably, being firm in the morning, easy in the middle of the day, and scarce again at the close. The discount rate was weak at 4N per cent. The Stock Exchan

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THE GAINSBOROUGH COLLECTION.

A••FTER the success achieved by the Exhibition of the Works of Sir Joshua at the Grosvenor Gallery last year, it was but natural to expect that an attempt would

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CHURCH OF THE ENGLISH MARTYRS, TOWER HILL.--The Rev, M. Gaughran calls attention to the urgent needs of the poor of this mission at a season of, (probably, unparalleled distress, and, as the children

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The curious misconceptions which seem prevalent in many quarters as to the position of Catholicism in the High-lands, die hard. They survived what we fondly imagined was the, conclusive letter of the

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(1.) Passages in the Early Military Life of General Sir

G. T. Napier, K.C.B. Written by Himself. Edited by his Son, General W. C. E. Napier. London : John Murray. 1884.

(2.) Inv :

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ROME.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)

December 27th, 1884.

N Sunday last, the alumni of the Bohemian THE College, accompanied by their Rector VATICAN. Mgr. Lorenzelli, had

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HIGHLAND CATHOLICITY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET.

SIR,—I am obliged to ask you to insert a few remarks on the correspondence which has been carried on of late in your columns on

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OF THE

ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS OF THE UNITED STATES

ASSEMBLED IN THE

THIRD PLENARY COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE

TO THE

CLERGY AND LAITY OF THEIR CHARGE. ( Co

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HEXHAM AND NEWCASTLE.

NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE : PRESENTATION TO CANON VANDERSTh CHEI,E--The presentation consisted of an address of congratulation and a handsome gold watch and chain from the mem

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ST. MARY'S, NEWPORT.—The Christmas decoration of St. Mary's Church was exceedingly neat and effective, though not too elaborate. The altars, stations of the cross, and the two small chapels were ador

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