Vol. X I V . , No. 706.]
Catholic Books for the Poor.
JAMES DUFFY has the honour to announce that he is now preparing for immediate publication Young Christian's Library;
LIVES OF EMINENT SAINTS AND SERVANTS OF GOD,
Compiled from Authentic Sources;
To be published IN A SERIES OF WEEKLY VOLUMES, . Price only One Penny E a ch ! ! ! Every Volume o f this beautiful Collection will be complete in itself,
and will contain THE LIFE OF A SAINT,
Embellished with A Splendid Medallion Engraving. The want o f such a Series has been long and painfully felt by the Catholics of these kingdoms ; and altho. gh the price has been made unusually low, so as to place it within the reach o f the poor, it will be brought out in such a style o f elegance as will make, it acceptable to the rich, in order to extend the usefulness o f the Work, the Publisher promises that it shall be continued for Twelve Months, so as to produce ., ■ < ' .
FIFTY-TWO SWEET LITTLE VOLUMES within the year, at the trifling cost o f ONE PENNY EACH ; and he sincerely trusts that the Clergy and laity, at home and abroad, will patronise this effort to supply Catholic Youth with a Series of useful and valuable Works at the lowest possible prices.
Each Volume o f the Series will contain twenty-four pages large 18mo, printed in the best manner on fine paper, embellished with a beautiful Medallion Portrait, and delivered in a handsome printed cover.
The First Volume,
THE LIFE OF OUR BLESSED REDEEMER, Will be Published on SATURDAY, the 5th NOVEMBER,
And a Volume will appear every Saturday Morning, ' and may be had o f all Booksellers. A List of the principal Works to be included in the Series will be given with the First Volume.
James Duffy, Publisher, 7, Wellington-quay, Dublin.
At press, to be ready in November,
T h e Metropolitan and Provincial
-CATHOLIC ALMANAC, and DIRECTORY for DIVINE SERVICE for 1854 ; containing much original informa ion collected expressly for this Almanac.
Names inserted in the REGISTER o f BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS (free o f charge) i f sent to the Publisher (post paid) before the l ; t November.
Advertisements will be received until the 8th November. (London : C. Dolman, 61, New Bond-street; and 22, Patemosterrow. y
Just published, a new number of the
School, eohtaioing l^r respect ing
May be had on ap] or other Catholic B
______ .¡onto Messrs. Bums, Dolman, Richardson, iksellers, price 6d7 To be published next week, price Sd., or 2s. per dozen.
P rotestantism essentially a persecuring Religion. By ANOTHER CONVERT from ANGLICANISM. * Y o rk : Brown, 7, Little Blake-street. London : Little Henriettastreet, Covent Garden.
T h e Catholic Directory for 1854
-* is now partly ready for the press, and will be published about the middle o f November, embellished with a beautiful Portrait in line o f the late Earl of Shrewsbury, from an original painting at Alton Towers. The DIRECTORY will contain an interesting Memoir o f the illustrious and lamented Earl from the well-known and able pen o f the Rev. Edward Price, besides other new matter o interest.
N.B.—As some Advertisements intended for the CATHOLIC DIRECTORY were by mistake sent last year to another publication, it is necessary to inform Advertisers that the CATHOLIC DIRECTORY is still the only publication recognised by Episcopal authority. Advertisements and Notices o f Deaths must be given in early either to Mr Smith, 10, Fitzroy-street, or Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster row, London.
pa th o lic Hours; or, the Family
PRAYER BOOK, containing all the Public and Private Devotions generally used by English Catholics. With Episcopal Ap probation.
“ The head o f every Catholic family ought to place it in the hands o f every member o f his household.”—Catholic Magazine.
Eighth Edition, price 3s, handsomely f ound, with gilt edges. Published by C. Dolman, 61, New Bond-street, London, and to be had o f all Booksellers.
T h e Quarterly Review, No.
CLXXXVI., will be published on SATURDAY, OCT. 15th.
I. The Institute o f France II. Murder o f Thomas à Becket. III. The Dauphin in the Temple. IV. The Holy Places V. Diary o f Casaubon. \VI. Electro-Biology, Mesmerism, and Table-Turning. VII. Life o f Haydon. John Murray, Albemarle-street, London ; William Robertson, 35, Lower Sackville-street, Dublin. 1
O Salutaris (Four Voices), by
Rossini, 9 d . ; Ave Verura (Trio) Mercadante, 6d. ; Nine Litany Chants, 4d. ; 0 Salutaris and Tantura Ergo, No. 5, J. Landers. 6 d . ; Magnificat, S, T, B., R. Butle , 9d.
London : Bichard Butler, 6, Hand-court, High Holborn; S. Reader, Bristol; Richard Lynch, Manchester; and Marsh and Beattie, Edinburgh.
IMPORTANT TO SHOPKEEPERS.
T h e Shopkeeper’s Guide. Just published, price 2s 6d. Designed to give stability to the interest o f the Shopkeeper, by instructing him how to place his business upon a secure foundation, but especially to guide persons who f om ill health, or from reverse of fortune, may seek to obtain a livelihood by Shopkeeping, in a path which will contribute to certain
• CONTENTS: 1— Shopkeeping-—Causes o f Failures o f Shopkeepers. 2— Three Ways o f Living. 3— Qualifications for a Shopkeeper. 4 - Choice o f a Business. 6 - Shopkeepers’ Stock Lists. 6 - Hints towards the Choice o f a Business. 7— Difference o f Remuneration in the Trades and Professions. 8 - Money, Credit, Bills o f Exchange, Legal Advice regarding Bills and Promi sory Notes, Letters o f Credit, Stamps, Interest ables, Banks and Banking, &c., &c.
9 - Book-keeping—Outline o f a Simplified System adapted to a Retail Shop.
10— Law o f Partnership. 11— Miscellaneous Advice for tt^e Consideration o f the Shopkeeper. 12— The Law o f Landlord and Tenant. 13— Examples o f Persons who have been Successful in Life. 14— Numerous Receipts for Articles in constant demand, which may be put up by any Shopkeeper, and sold at a considerable profit; with an accurate statement o f their cost and the profits resulting from the sale o f them.
15— A Lis> o f Profitable Agencies offered to the Public in the pages o f all the Daily Papers during the last twelve months.
London : Houlston and Stoneman, 65, Paternoster-row, and every Bookseller throughout the kingdom. Price 2s 6d, bound neatly.
(From Hardman and Co.’ s) N o. 2, CHURCH-STREET, BIRMINGHAM, M anufacturer o f Sacred Vessels for the ALTAR, TABERNACLES, CANDLESTICKS, SEPULCHRAL BRASSES, Ac., SILVER CHALICES, CIBORIUMS. REMONSTRANCKS, Ac., equal to ANY made since “ The Revival,” from 10s to 14a per oz. Drawings forwarded on application.
G eneral and Catholic Circulating LIBRARY AND GOVERNESSES REGISTRY OFFICE. George White, LIBRARIAN, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, PRINTER, ENGRAVER, and LITHOGRAPHER, 26, Great Russell-street, British Museum.
G Nannetti has great pleasure • in informing the Catholic Clergy and Laity that he has just finished the models o f the following figures—viz., VIRGIN and CHILD, Three Feet Six Inches high ; ST. JOSEPH, to match ; two o f the SACRE‘ > HEART o f JESUS and MARY, Two Fee^ Ten Inches high, which he offers, made in composition similar to that he is exhibiting on the Dais in the Great Exhibition, the former for 3/. each, the latter for 21. each Any party wishing to procure the above, or any other Religious Figures, having extensive Warerooms of all those valuable articles, an order per post will meet with prompt Attention. v
Fonts in great variety and various sizes. ~ Alabaster and Marble cleaned and repaired in the neatest manner.
G. Nannetti’s W A R E R O O M S A N D G A L L E R Y ,
6, GREAT BRUNSWICK-STREET, And Branch Establishment, Glasgow. To the Catholic Prelates, Clergy, Laity, and Religious Communities o f Great Britain and Ireland. Del Vecchlo’s Studio, Nil. 200, GREAT BRUNSWICK-5TB.EET. TVel Vecchio begs to return his most grateful ¿banks for the Patronage bestowed on his Establishment for so many years.
D. V. is constantly supplied with the greatest assortment o f Religious Figures in the three kingdoms, executed in Stucco or Artificial Stone. '
Beautiful Statues o f the Immaculate Virgin, with Serpent under foot, five feet six inches, three feet six inches, and one foot six inches.
Two fine Statues, SS. Peter and Paul, five feet six inches; the Blessed Virgin and Child, and St. Joseph, from five feet six inches o f Angels Kn«eUnt reel dxihebea»;>. ••/ * ' ••** ' •••? '• '
A splendid Bust o f the Pope direct from Rome. A most splendid Crucifixion', full size o f life, with the Blessed Virgin and St. John ¡it the foot o f the Cross; al*o smaller sizs Crucifixes, down to six inches, suitable for small Chapels or Con* "vents. •• . . % , ■ : . ' •;
The Fourteen Stations o f the Cross, in basso-relievo, twenty-eight inches by twenty-four. .
The following figures, five feet six inches h i g h O u r Saviour carrying His Cross—the Four Evangelists—St. Francis Xavier, and the Virgin and Child—St. Dominic, four feet—St. John the Baptist, three feet six inches. #t ’ '
The above, with a large collection o f other Religious Figures, different sizes, he respectfully offers on the lowest terms.
T h e Englishman Freehold Land -*• AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY.
HEAD OFFICES: No. 63, Coleman-stre« t, C ity ;
No. 55, Gracechurch-street, C ity; I No. 48, Oakl« y-street, Lambeth; No. 21, Cloudesley-terrace, Is No. 6, De Beauvoir-grove, Kings-
Enrolled under 6 and 7 Wm. IV ., Cap. 32. Share, 302. Payments, <»«*. per Share per Month, or Is. per Week.
Entrance Fee, Is. per Share.
BANKERS. London and Westminster Bank.
John Thomas Moss, Esq., 55, Gracechurch-street, London.
Joseph Springbett, Esq., No. 6, De Beauvoir-grove, Kingsland. >FThe Directors o f this Society are now appointing Provincial Agents. A liberal commission will be allowed to respectable parties, and a London reference required. Early application is necessary. » »
Country members can join daily by sending Post Office Orders to the Secretary, payable at St. Martin’s-le Grand.
First monthly payment, 5s. 6d. per share. Any sum or sums of uuney may be invested in this Society, and interest at five per cent, pajd halt-yearly or quarterly.
The Society’s hr.e Estate at Norwood, near the Crystal Palace, will be allotted early in November. All shares taken up on or before the 3ist October will entile the holders to participate in the Ballot.
By order o f the Hoard,
63, Coleman-street, London.
JOHN SPRINGBETT, Manager. GEORGE ASKE, Secretary.
E ngland and Scotland. Via HOLYHEAD
tow n and
SINGLE FARES. RETURNTICKETS. 1st Class. 2d Class. 1st Class. 2d Class.
s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.
B an g o r ........................ 15 0 12 6 17 6 15 0 Conway or Carnarvon. 17 6 13 6 26 6 20 6 Live»pool, Chester, o r )
Rhyl .................... 1 Warrington or Crewe.. 20 0 15 0 30 0 22 6 25 0 17 6 37 6 26 6 Manchester................. 25 0 17 6 37 6 26 6 Stoke or Macclesfield .. 28 0 20 0 42 0 30 0 Huddersfield............. .. 30 0 21 6 45 0 32 6 Leeds or Sheffield ----33 0 23 6 49 6 35 6 Stafford........................ 33 0 25 0 49 6 37 6 Derby............................ 35 0 25 0 52 6 37 6 ■ Wolverhampton......... 35 0 27 0 62 6 40 6 Birmingham, Wal-)
sail, Tamworth, or > 40 0 30 0 60 0 45 0 D u d le y ......... j
0 32 0 64 6 48 0
Rugby ....................... Leamington................. 45 0 33 0 67 6 49 44 6 33 0 67 0 49 6 Hull or Grimsby......... 43 6 32 0 65 6 48 0 Worcester.................... 47 0 34 6 70 6 52 0 Oxford .................. . 50 0 35 0 75 0 52 6 Cheltenham................. 52 0 39 0 78 0 58 6 Gloucester ................. 54 0 40 6 81 0 61 0 Bristol ........................ 60 0 45 0 90 0 67 6 London or Carlisle----60 0 40 0 90 0 60 0 Edinburgh or Glasgow. 70 0 50 0 105 0 76 0
The London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Carlisle, Hull, Grimsby, Ox ford, Worcester, Cheltenham, Gloucester, and Bristol, Return Tickets are available for fourteen days after issue, all others fo seven. ‘ . >
Children under Twelve, half fares. All Van Parcels rates include collection and delivery. Offices for Dublin.—52, Westland-row; the Pier, Kingstown; Messrs Fishbourne and Co., 1 26, Bachelor’s-walk. and 24 Duke street,
In the erection o f this Church over 1,5002. has been already expended : the walls are still far from being completed ; our funds are entirely exhausted, and without aid from the charitably-disposed the work must be discontinued. There are few in the empire who are not aware o f the difficulties which a Catholic work has to encounter in Ballinasloe, noted as it has been, and still is, for its bigotry and untiring hosti’ ities to everything Catholic. In these trying circumstances the Pastor, as a last resort, has to apply to a benevolent Puolic to aid him in procuring funds for the completion
L. DILLON, Archdeacon and P.P., Ballinasloe,
EXedieval Court. GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. Tohn Hardman and Co,> 166, t f GREAT CHARLES STREET, BIRMINGHAM,
GOLD AND SILVERTMITHS ANÎ) JEWELLERS, Manufacturers o f Ancient Church and Domestic Ornaments, Sacred Vessels, and Fittings, in all kinds o f Met Is, Sepulchral Brasses and Metal Screen Work ; also, Glass Painters in the three styles o f the 13th, 14th, and 15th Centuries
Messrs HARDMAN and Co. are the only Artists engaged in the revival o f ancient Church Ornaments and Metal Work who have been supplied witu Drawings, Models, and Authorities, by the late celebrated Architect, A W. PUGIN, Esq, and from the great experience that has been gained during so many years practice, they1 can undertalie to supply such work as may be entrusted to them in the best manner, and at moderate cost. They beg to draw attention to the fact, that they received the Council Medal for Ecclesiastical Metal Work, and the Prize Medal for Stained Glass, at the Great Exhibition o f 1851.
Dublin Agent, Mr. THOMPSON, at the Medieval Court Premises in Grafton-street are being fitted up, and at the close of the Exhibition will be opened as a Dépôt for every kind o f Sacred Vessels, Vestments, Ancient Church and Domestic Ornaments, &c.
Ulectro Plating upon Argentine U SILVER
ARGEN INE SILVER was introduced to the Public about tew years since, and very truly described as the best imitation o f silver ever discov ered. Large quantities have been sold, but after a few months’ wear it has invariably disappointed the Purchasers. GEORGE ATTENBOROUGH, SILVERSMITH,. 252, REGENTSTREET, therefore uses the Argentine Silver ONLY AS A BODY OR FOUNDATION, which, when plated by the Electro process, produces articles both o f utility and «marnent that cannot be surpassed even by sterling Silver itself. The stock is unrivalled for quality, élégance, and variety, including every requisite for the table or sideboard, and a magnificent display o f Epergnes, Can-
I'loflMrVfkaefl- .. , •
Silver Plate in great variety.
** * Silver Spoons and Forks, 7s. 2d. per oz. . « Illustrated Catalogue», containing upwards o f One Estimates and Sketches, sent post free. ^ V ^
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.—GEORGE ATTENBOROUGH invites the Public generally, but especially Parties contemplating the purchase Ofa Time-Keeper to inspect his Stock o f Gold and Silver watches. It consists o f upwards o f 500 Watches o f first-rate character, including a very fine and modem duplex minute Repeater by Barwise. and a few other second-hand watches, bv esteemed makers. Gold Watches, horizontal construction, with full complement o f jewels, and maintaining power, from Four Guineas to Ten Guine s ; with lever escapements, from Six Guineas to Twenty Guineas. Silver Watches from Two Guineas each. A two years Guarantee, signed by the Proprietor, given with every Watch sold.
GOLD CHAINS AND JEWELLERY.—A magnificent and very extensive Stock o f Solid. Gold Chains (charged weight and fashion), als >jewellery o f every kind in the most modem style, pure quality, and best workmanship. Illustrated Catalogues o f Watches and Jewellery sent post free. Every description o f Plate and Jewels taken in exchange. ’ #
George Attenborough« 252,|5REGENT-STREET, LONDON.
Thirteen, Lower Sackville-street, JL DUBLIN.
TO THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY AND CLERGY. My Lords and Gentlemen—I feel it to be my pleasing duty to return my grateful thanks for the support you have given me in my ORIGINAL UNDERTAKING o f applying my attention particularly to the cutting and making up of that most difficult branch of the Tailoring Trade, CLERICAL COSTUME, which has led me to make the
a leading branch o f my Establishment, and by selecting my Cloth, Doeskins, Silks, &c., from the most eminent Manufacturers, and employing the best Workmen, with my personal attention to your orders, I hope to insure a continuance of your kind support - I have the honour to be, my Lords and.Gentlemen, your obedient servant,
In the READY-MADE DEPARTMENT (which contains a most extensive Stock of Ready-Made Clothes) will be found
The Clerical Frock Coat at <• . . £2 2 0
»i Vest „ . . •• 0 10 6 „ Trousers „ . . ..110 Clerical Paletots from 12. 10s. to 21. 2s. The ONLY HOUSE where Ready-Made Clerical Clothing can be had. . . ,
FRESH ARRIVALS AT
H anion's Woollen Warehouse, 72, DAME-STREET (Opposite the Lower Castle Yard).
J. H. has just returned from the different markets, where he has selected a stock o f the newest patterns and best materials in Trousering ; also for Overcoats, consisting o f Plain and Reversible Waterproof Beavers, Whitney Friezes, Melton and other mixture Cloths. The Lion Skin, in all colours, for Overcoats, never before introduced into this market; also the Lion Doe Skin, in all shades.
KW No House, however large, can produce better Goods, or undersell me in Price.
OBSERVE, 72 , D A M E - S T R E E T (Opposite the Lower Castle Yard). No Second Price.
Ch eap Woollens, Superior Cutting, GOOD WORKMANSHIP, and PRIME FITTING. The above requisites for giving satisfaction to my Customers being all times at hand in my new Tailoring Establishment, I can with confidence solicit a trial from such as have not yet favoured me with an order, and especially from persons,who complain that after being led by the specious advertisements o f other traders to try cheap clothing have met with nothing but disappointment, it being a strict xule o f my house to give the purchaser the true ■haracter of each Article, and as Goods o f every quality are kept they can with confidence suit their wants at all prices from every novelty for Winter Clothing.
X>uk« Dillon, * DRAPER AND GENEKAL TAILOR, 7. P A R L I A M E N T - S T R E E T , D U B L I N .
FAMED FOR. RAZORS.
Tames Bates’s Superior Irish O RAZORS only Two Shillings each, not imported, but manufactured by him, o f the finest steel, on the premises, No. 62, South George'e-street, Dublin, ’ ■ i ■ - - ; A
Tames Sheridan solicits from the
Visitors to this Great Exhibition an inspection o f his CHURCH BELLS, SANCTUS BELLS, and GONGS, all o f which are most perfect in every particular, his Collection o f Cast Iron Goods and Malleable Iron Work are o f the best description, and his F ire-P roof Safes cannot besurpassed in workmanship and utility. •, «L S. takes this opportunity to return his most sincere thanks t o the'Hierarchy and Clergy o f the United Kingdom, to his Friends, and the Public generally, for the extended preference given to his old-established Bell Foundry, and to assure them that he will persevere by industry to deserve a continuance o f their patronage and confidence. Peals o f Bells, Chimes, or single Bells, to any note or key required, he can erect in any part o f the three kingdoms, and, as specimens o f what he can produce in the way o f Bells, he begs o refer all tho-e in want o f such
^o the splendid Fog Bell permanently erected at the Eastern Pier o f Kingstown Harbour ; as also to a similar Bell afc the Bailey Light! house, Howth, the largest Bells now in Ireland;
To the Great Bell o f Marlborough-street Cathedral; To the incomparable Peal o f Eight Joy Bells at Arran-quay Church, Dublin;
To the Great Bell o f St. Audeon’s Churcn, High-street ; To the Great Bell o f St. Patrick’s Church, Kingstown ; To the superior toned B e l 'o f Dalkey Catholic Church ; To the musical Peal of Three Bells in the Town Hall o f Drogheda ; ■ To the Great Bell erected m the New Church o f Saggard;
To the sweet and solemn toned Bell o f St. Mary’s Convent, Cabra ; To the beautiful Bell in Arbour-hill New Church, ordered by the Board o f Ordnance ; and
To the elegant Time Bell erected in the Cupola o f the Benchers, Queen’s Inn Temple; all o f which can be seen and heard in a few hours in and near Dublin by any gentleman wishing to be supplied with first-rate Bells at a moderate price.
tf Seeing and Hearing is the Proof.” All kinds o f Metal Castings and Wrought Iron Work done in the best manner, and on the most moderate terms with despatch.
Mr. S. is now after shipping two Church Bells for the Most Rev. Dr. Fennelly, Archbishop o f Madras, East Indies.
He has also in hands Three Church Bells for the Most Rev. Dr. Walsh, Archbishop o f Halifax, which will be cast in a few days.
*** J. S. sent neither Bells nor any other descriptions o f Goods to the London Exhibition, not having been able to obtain the space ho required ,
THE DUBLIN GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.
_______ ■ ■ Irish Sell Founding'. [ohn Murphy, 15, Thomas-streei, . directs pubiio attonnwi 'Ta ih^-Key o f D, about 29 Cwt. weight, on the left side of the Grand Entrance Hall. This Bell has been purchased by Orlando Oldham, Esq., Gee-cross, Manchester. He has also a very beautiful Bell o f 21 Cwt. weight, Note E, which is in play with Mr. Bennett’s Great Clock, from London, which is in the centre o f the Grand Hall. This magnificent B J. M. had the honour o f receiving the Prize Med tl at ’ he Great Exhibition o f ’51. The annexed is Prince Albert’s Certificate:-« “ Exhibition'oj the Works o f Industry o f A l l Nations, 1851. “ I hereby certify that her Majesty’s Commissioners, upQn the award of the Jurors, have presented a Prize Medal to John Mdrphy, for Bells shown in the Exhibition. (Signed) •‘ ALBERT, President o f the Royal Commission. " Hyde Park, London, 15th October, 1851.” The large Hell o f very fine tone. The large Bell in the East Nave, counected with the Great C lock, o f very fine tone. P.S.—This Bell was purchased by the Great Northern Railway Company, of Ring’s Gross, London. 27 cwt. J. murphy's BELLFOUNDRY AND COPPER WORKS, 15, THOMAS-STREET, DUBLIN. W h a t ’s to be seen in the Exhibi • * tion ? Why, you will see more for Sixpence than i f you took a large fortune and travelled for ten years, and you will see hundreds o f Ireland’s fairtst daughters constantly round CONNOLLY’S FOUNTAIN o f TOILET PERFUME, re-reshing ihemse v. s under its fragrant sprays. This sweet Perfume, as used by her Majesty the Queen and Countess o f St. Germans, may be had of ail respectable Venders, and Wholesale at the Ink and Perfumery Factory, LOWER BRIDGE-STREET, DUBLIN. T h e only Exhibition Prize Medal ■*“ far HARMONIUMS.—Price 10 guineas, with all the late improvements, manufactured solely by Messrs. WHEATSTONE and Co. 'H»s the full compass, with improved Expression Stop, a rich -ustained tone, in power ad libitum ; is an excellent substitute *or the Organ, and does not require tuning. Warren’s Instructions far the above, 4s.— Wheatstone and Co., f atentees,and Inventors o f the Concertina, 20, Conduit-street, Regent-street. A variety o f French Harmoniums, with all the stops, at very reduced prices. frish Carpet Warehouse. — M y A Stock o f New Goods for the WINTER TRADE is arrivini daily^ih CARPETS, BLANKETS, OIL CLOTHS, LINENS, SHEET P. Sheridan, 22 and 23, PARLIAMENT-STREET. K eating and Company, MERCHANT TAILORS, WOOLLEN DRAPERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 20, ST. JOHN-STREET, PERTH: 4, HIGH-STREET, DUNDEE. NOW OPEN FOR THE WORKING CLASSES. : ' T h e Annual Exhibition of Painting, SCULPTURE, and ARCHITECTURE o f the ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY is now OPHN for the Working Classes daily, from TEN to FIVE o’Clock, and in the EyeniuKS, lighted by a^fro,.iB JBYENtp TBNo’010(*. ' ~ wf ' . Admission, one Penny ; Catalogue, Fourpence. . By Order, GEORGE PETRIE, R .H .A ., Secretary» Aeademy House, Lower Abbey-street, 16th Oct., 1S6?.S
J. M. had the honour o f receiving the Prize Med tl at ’ he Great Exhibition o f ’51. The annexed is Prince Albert’s Certificate:-«
“ Exhibition'oj the Works o f Industry o f A l l
“ I hereby certify that her Majesty’s Commissioners, upQn the award of the Jurors, have presented a Prize Medal to John Mdrphy, for Bells shown in the Exhibition.
(Signed) •‘ ALBERT, President o f the Royal Commission. " Hyde Park, London, 15th October, 1851.” The large Hell o f very fine tone. The large Bell in the East Nave, counected with the Great C lock, o f very fine tone.
P.S.—This Bell was purchased by the Great Northern Railway Company, of Ring’s Gross, London. 27 cwt.
J. murphy's BELLFOUNDRY AND COPPER WORKS,
15, THOMAS-STREET, DUBLIN.
W h a t ’s to be seen in the Exhibi
• * tion ? Why, you will see more for Sixpence than i f you took a large fortune and travelled for ten years, and you will see hundreds o f Ireland’s fairtst daughters constantly round CONNOLLY’S FOUNTAIN o f TOILET PERFUME, re-reshing ihemse v. s under its fragrant sprays. This sweet Perfume, as used by her Majesty the Queen and Countess o f St. Germans, may be had of ail respectable Venders, and Wholesale at the Ink and Perfumery Factory, LOWER BRIDGE-STREET, DUBLIN.
T h e only Exhibition Prize Medal ■*“ far HARMONIUMS.—Price 10 guineas, with all the late improvements, manufactured solely by Messrs. WHEATSTONE and Co. 'H»s the full compass, with improved Expression Stop, a rich -ustained tone, in power ad libitum ; is an excellent substitute *or the Organ, and does not require tuning. Warren’s Instructions far the above, 4s.— Wheatstone and Co., f atentees,and Inventors o f the Concertina, 20, Conduit-street, Regent-street.
A variety o f French Harmoniums, with all the stops, at very reduced prices.
frish Carpet Warehouse. — M y A Stock o f New Goods for the WINTER TRADE is arrivini daily^ih CARPETS, BLANKETS, OIL CLOTHS, LINENS, SHEET
P. Sheridan, 22 and 23, PARLIAMENT-STREET.
K eating and Company, MERCHANT TAILORS, WOOLLEN DRAPERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS,
20, ST. JOHN-STREET, PERTH:
4, HIGH-STREET, DUNDEE. NOW OPEN FOR THE WORKING CLASSES.
T h e Annual Exhibition of Painting,
SCULPTURE, and ARCHITECTURE o f the ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY is now OPHN for the Working Classes daily, from TEN to FIVE o’Clock, and in the EyeniuKS, lighted by a^fro,.iB JBYENtp TBNo’010(*. ' ~ wf ' .
Admission, one Penny ; Catalogue, Fourpence.
. By Order,
GEORGE PETRIE, R .H .A ., Secretary»
Aeademy House, Lower Abbey-street, 16th Oct., 1S6?.S