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THE MAYNOOTH GRANT Premium

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At the moment ot this present writing the House of Commons is engaged in what we suppose must be described as the first night of its debate on the Maynooth Grant. The immediate occasion of the debate

THE LATE SYDNEY SMITH'SFRAGMENT Premium

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During the past week the town and the world in general have been set agog by the' literary re-surrection, or exhumation, of the defunct Canon of St. Paul's. Peter Plymley, it seems, though dead, spea

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With an indignation in which we have no doubt our readers will participate, we have read the discussion that took place in the House of Commons on Tuesday night, on the subject of Mr. Mazzini and the

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The Letters and Despatches of John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough. London: Murray. 1846. Vol. IL

(Second Notice.)

The main object of Marlborough, as we have said, was money. The c

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Madre Mia I Canzonetta, written, composed, and dedicated to her Mother, Mrs. Vincent Novello, by Mrs. Cowden Clarke.

Many daughters, we hope, feel like Mrs. C. Clarke, but very few, we are

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The Twenty-Second Exhibition of the Society of British Artists.

[Suffolk-street, Pall-mall East.]

" Now all this, is mom the purpose of PAINTING, Whose end, at the first and now,

CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE Premium

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LAY BAPTISM.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET.

Sin—With reference to a letter from Mr. John M. Woollett to you, in which he requests your advice as to the lawfulness of a demand made b

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BROTHERHOOD OF ST. VINCENT OF PAUL, Lox-DON.—Return made to the Central Board for the Month of March:— Branches.

Number of Cases.

Number of Grants.

Amount of Grants.

ADDRESS OF THE GIRLS Premium

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" Honoured and Respected Sir—Permit us, the girls belonging to St. Mary's Chelsea Catholic Schools, to express to you on this happy occasion our fervent gratitude for the convent and school which you

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" Honoured and Respected Sir—We, the boys of St. Mary's Chelsea Catholic Schools, request your permission to address to you the expression of our warmest gratitude on this sacred occasion. May the Al

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NEW SOUTH WALES.

"To the Honourable the Legislative Council of New

South Wales, in Council assembled.

" The Humble Petition of the Roman Catholic Arch- bishop, Clergy, a

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LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

The weekly meeting of the Association was held on Monday in the Conciliation Hall: CALEB POWELL, Esq., M.P.. in the chair. He said—Fellow-countrymen—With

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LONDON, SATURDAY, APRIL 5. EVENING EDITION.

MAYNOOTH GRANT.

In reference to a leading article on this subject, we perceive that Mr. Ward postponed his amend-ment.

ACADEM

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Paws, April 2, 1845.

THE ABBE LE BOUCHER'S SCHOOL IN PARIS.

You will allow me for this week to postpone some of the important subjects that force them-selves upon our view in orde

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With a view to ensuring a large attendance at the Freemasons' Hall on Tuesday we earnestly beg the attention of our readers to the advertisement in another column, announcing a meeting of the utmost

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THE OREGON.

At the meeting of the House of Lords, after the Easter recess, on Thursday, Lord ASHBURTON com-plained of the " flippancy ' with which Lord Pal-merston and others had treated hi

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BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED.

William Fielding, Taunton, Lancashire, hat plush Itla• nufacturer.

BANKRUPTS.

- John Paulton, High-street, Portland-town mason—Thomas Dingley, Strut

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INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE.

A Bordeaux journal states that the camp near that city will consist of from 20,000 to 25,000 men und,r the command of his Royal Highness the Duke de Nemours,

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On Monday the House re-assembled after the Easter recess. Several petitions against the grant to Mayuooth were presented.

THE OREGON TERRITORY.

Lord J. RUSSELL gave notice, on Mon

CALICO PRINT-WORKS Premium

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On Wednesday, Lord ASHLEY moved the second reading of the bill to restrict the hours of labour in print works.

Sir J. GRAHAM said that if by assenting to the second reading of this bill Gov

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COURT.

On Saturday the Queen, Prince Albert, and the Princess Royal left Windsor for the Farnborough station, pro-ceeding thence by the South Western Railway to Gos-port in the royal carria

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TAWELL'S GUILT.—On Saturday morning last the Hoe. James Parke, the judge in the Crown Court at the Bury Assizes, and the judge, also, who tried Tawell at Aylesbury, received a communication from the

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The report of the Nation Ward, where fifty-five Asso-ciates were enrolled, is not authenticated. Every report must be signed by or under the express authority of the Wardens. We are compelled to repe

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INTELLIGENCE.

PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS. PROMOTIONS.

Commanders.—R. H. Stopford, to be Captain ; F. W. Rooke, to be retired Captain.

Lieutenants.—T. Chaloner and J. R.

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