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"Vint Nicholas 'Wiseman be not allotted to can or write himself Archbishop of Westminster; or that no person shall call him so, under penalty of five shillings ?" This' would be rather beneath the di

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The Wolverhampton Chronicle has a report of ehpid co-lumns in lingth of a meeting in that town-on Woodsy week, on the great subject of the day. The Mato* pre-sided;-and among those present ware the S

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- At a meeting held in the school-room, on the- Monday • 'she 0 eve_ oe with Inas s sta " Liver- . *Mil* f011Otillg, for the purpose of making collections 10)000:Itianutieetdiee- ( r the'i 28th insta

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(From the Brighton Herald.)

If, whilst the country is in this feverish state, a ge-neral election should follow the defeat of Ministers, no man living can tell what the consequences would b

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THE JUBILEE—PASTORAL LETTER OF CARDINAL WISEMAN.

Nicholas,, by the Divine mercy of the Holy Roman Church; by the title of St. Pudentiana, Cardinal Priest, Archbishop of Westminster; and Adm

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[This gifted and noble-minded Catholic has addressed the following letter to the Editor of the Globe]:— Sir—I perceive in the Globe of last evening mention made of my name in a way which, upon the Wh

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eat Olic Intelligente.

THE GODLESS COLLEGES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET.

Nov. 28th, 1850.

Sir—Now that the bitter exasperation so painfully generated through

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LONDON CORN EXCHANGE-Dec. 2.

There was a pretty good supply of English Wheat fresh up to this morning's market; the best rune were sold readily, and the inferior qualities were ultimately t

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ABERDEEN-November 29.

Wheat 40e to 458-Barley and Here, 20s Od to 258-Oats, potato, 1880d to 19s-comp:ion, 168 to 18s Od per quarter.

BANFF-November 29.- Wheat, 38s to 42e•-earley

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PRICE CURRENT.

. Thursday Evening.

SUGAR. The slackness In this trade continued through last week. In refilled goods there was very little tieing, but prices remain steady.„ , • ,

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We' have only tittle for one word. The steam is now regularly up throughout the county. Nothing could be more triumphant than the meeting of Wednesday. Either Goold or Dickson must retire ; and, unle

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The Rev. P. Cooper aeknowledges to have received the following additional contributions for the Catholic University Fund :— Rev. Peter Daly, Galway (his promised ' donation) ... ... £50 0 0 Anonymou

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LETTER OF HIS GRACE THE LORD PRI-MATE TO THE CLERGY OF THE ARCH.: DIOCESE OF ARMAGH.

[We have had the honour to receive a first proof of this important document; but, unfortunately, too lat

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The Times of Wednesday morning contains a long let-ter from Mr. Roebuck to Lord John Russell, in antici-pation of his speech in Parliament. He vehemently accuses the noble lord of putting in peril th

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OF LAST WEEK :— OUR , at last the Reverend Mr. Browne, the Catholic Pastor, with his Curate and Mr. Beecher:ton, an eminent Catholic solicitor. and also Mr. Aspinell. a very rising and influential Ca

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To the Clergy.---Finest Wax 2s. Id. per lb. Altar Wax .. • • Is. 10d. " Manufactured by

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London: T. Jones, 63, Paternoster Row.

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DUBLIN, SATURDAY, DROP: AMER 7, 1851.

ENGLISH FANATICISM AND THE LIMERICK ELECTION.

7-soossi- The followieg letter, wklelyrirculated, by that most venerable, single-minded, and in

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Lord John Russell, by this time, has f' done pe-" name" for his letter, and " penance more must do." First comes his Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, with such a volley of unanswerabl

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The "heathen ignorance" of the great majority of the English poor is well known. It has been often published in Parliament and elsewhere; it is re-corded in the Reports of Government Inspectors of Mi

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Aggresaion Considered. By a Barrister. London : Dolman. "Vitkiamphlet (by a Protestant) is one of the abfeetlisat have- come out on the great question of the dry, and is full of discriminating and or

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(From the Spectator.)

Our greet nation is in a fluster—its Clergy, who are meeting in all districts and addressing their Bishops, and its Bishops, who are addressing their Clergy ; its pill

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(From the Reporter and Vindicator.)

The deputation from the Tenant League, consisting of Messrs. Shea Lalor, Lucas, and Fuller, together with the Rev. Messrs. Rogers and Bell, Presbyterian

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At a pubic meeting of the Trim District, held in Trim, October 23, 1850—Very Rev. Join; O'Coawntz. in the chair, Rev. Richard Ennis, secretary—the follow-ing resolutions were unanimously agrsed to :-

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• At a large and respectable meeting held in,the Towh HaiTut Kells, on Thursday, the 24th ult., the Rev. Mr, DOWLING in the chair, the following resolutions Were proposed and agreed to: The Ve

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET.

Arkiow, Nov. 28, 1850.

Dear Sir—Since the death of Daniel O'Connell we have had no man of intellect and influence wide enough to be a leader of the Ir

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