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At a Council held last evening at Windsor, the Proclamation dissolving Parliament was signed by the Queen, and Lord Cranworth was appointed Chan-cellor.

P 4 The late Lord Chancellor of Engl

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The official organ of the Papal Government, the Giornale di Roma, announcing the failure of. the negotia-tions with the Government of King Victor Emmanuel, says that " Signor Vegezzi went to Florence

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TO THE NAME Or THE TABLET.

Sir,-The British public were so' much deceived, both by their own prejudices, and by false informa-tion from persons interested in misleading England, on the affa

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DIOCESE OP WESTMINSTER:

ST. EDMUND'S COLLEGE.

The simnel exhibition and distribution of prism took place at St. Edmund's College, on Tuesday week. It was honoured by an unusually

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OUR LADY AND ALL SAINTS.

My dear Sirp-I shall feel particularly obliged, by your finding room, in your paper, for the few anonymous sub-scriptions to the funds of my church, as given

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MISSION OF THE HOLY CHILD, JESUS, AND ST. JOSEPH.

Dear Sir,---fleveral weeks having elapsed since I last troubled you with a letter, I beg that you will allow me to remind those amongst you

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THE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL.

The students of this excellent institution, which enjoys the patronage of the Bishop 'and Clergy, were for three days last week examined orally, and in writing on the

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PECKHAM MISSION. (PROM • OORRESPONDENT.)

No one passing by can help admiring the noble struc-ture which is slowly rising in this place ; now that the arches of the upper windows have been s

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BART.

The interment of the remains of this much-respected gentleman, whose death was announced last week in our columns, took place with great solemnity, at Brough on Tuesday morning. The p

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REPRESENTATION 'OF MANCHESTER. (rifest OUR OWN. CORRESPONDENT.)

A meeting of the General Committee of the Catholic Asset:Win took place on Wednesday evening week, at the rooms of the Associ

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Mr. Dease, who had addressed the electors of Carlow, hag retired from the field, and the contest, if contest there will be, now lies between Mr. Osborne Stock, who has received the most generous supp

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An Enniscorthy man writes to the Wexford People :— "Sir James Power-promises in his address to vote for a Charter to the Catholic University in Dublin. .Fortun-ately we can test his °promise by his p

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In his election address Sir John Gray says :— " As your representative I would maintain the most entire independence of each of the great parties who in turn contend for power—free to support any mea

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THIS, DEAR FRIENDS, is the Second Year of the Mission of the Holy Child. Commenced under the greatest disadvantages, carried on in the teeth of no slight difficul-ties, it has depended upon generous

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FOR the love of God and Our Blessed Lady, still ask a trifle, if only a few postage stamps, for my Church. After seven years struggling, it is now, thank God, opened, but there is a heavy debt upon i

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SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1865. ,

LIBERAL orators and writers are constantly express-ing their confident belief that the good ,sense and good feeling of the Catholic Community will preventi' any co

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TO THE EHITOR OP THE TABLET.

Sir,--Lord Derby has declined to omit from the Catholic Oath that part of it which ‘engageis those who take it to abjure the intention of subverting the present

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(Continuation from the TABLET of June 24 of a "Layman's Letter," No. VII.)

III. Under this numeral I have to restate the plan on which a Catholic University might be founded. I dare say tha

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THE DUBLIN REVIEW!


• The Dublin Review, New Series.— No. IX., July, 1865.

London:. lambert, and Oates, 17, Portman-street; Derby : Binh ardsoa sad. Sons. Dublin: . James Du

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TENURE AND IMPROVEMENT OF LAND IN IRELAND.

MR. 017BLINO's EXAMINATION CONCLUDED, THURSDAY, JUNE 22ND.

Present :—Mr. Maguire, (chairman); Mr. Law, Colonel Greville, Lord. Claude Ha

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FOX SMITH, 281, '.STRAND, W.C.

10193 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE KING'S COUNTY. Gaerrsamee— TN soliciting a

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T S' %I:Z-131-1:1ND K4.0°VE NESSES INsTrruis.—obvistarnssts ifinnerior;:—Families requir-ing superior Governesses, resident or daily, may have Ladies, with ex-cellent attainments, and the highest ref

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FOUR PROMOTING '''ThE RETURN OF

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CHAIRMAN.

THOMAS BARING, ESQ., M.P.

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W. Taylor Copeland, Esq., Alderman, M.P. Henry Hacks Gibbs, Esq.

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