FIRST SERIES. [Little Books o f Words.]
T-Tymns and Songs, for Catholic
Schools and Families (First Series, complete). Cloth 6d or on Fine .Paner. cloth edit, sni t.prl fnr rcuior^o io or on Fine .Paper, cloth gilt, suited for rewards, is.
N.B. For the convenience o f the children of the poor, this work is sold in cheap separate sections as follows:—
HYMNS for SCHOOLS and CONGREGATIONS with wood cuts and in a neat wrapper. Price Three Halfpence. *
. SACRED SONGS, with wood cuts, and in a neat wrapper, price Id.
No. III .
DESCRIPTIVE SONGS and POETRY, or Upper School Song Book, in neat stiff wrapper, price 3d.
[Volumes o f Music, answering to the Words.] • MUSIC for HYMNS and SONGS (of the First Series, complete), Post Quarto, in a clear music type, and arranged for Voices, and the Organ or Pianoforte, with the words in full, for use m Church and in the School Room, cheap edition, half cloth, price 6s 6d. ’
N.B. For the convenience o f schools, this volume, containing 150 pages o f Music, is also sold in separate sections, under the following titles and at the prices annexed.
Part I. '
COLLECTION of CATHOLIC HYMNS, Post Quarto, cheap edition, price 2a 6d.
COLLECTION o f CATHOLIC SACRED SONGS, cheap edition, price 2s.
THE YOUNG SINGER’S BOOK o f SONGS, cheap edition, price 3s 6d.
•SECOND OR JUVENILE SERIES.
[Little Books o f Words.]
HYMNS and SONGS, fo r Young Children (Juvenile Series complete), Cloth, price 3d.
Also sold separately in the two following books
HYMNS, &c., for Young Children, in neat wrapper, price Id (in preparation).
LITTLE SONGS, for Young Children, or Infant School Song Book, in a neat cover, price 2d.
[Volumes o f Music answering to the Words.] MUSIC fo r the JUVENILE SERIES (complete), a r ranged for the voice with Pianoforte accompaniment, Small Quarto, price 3s 8d. * '
Also sold separately, in the two following parts
HYMNS and SACRED SONGS, for Young Children, Small Quarto, price 2i (in preparation'
■ , Part II. ..... . ■ . .
SIXTY AMUSING SONGS for Little Singers, price &sd- - m t ~
b o o k o f , a b U N m « * ' e A w a « K f a Cututeto and unobjectionable Collection, price Is. M". .. .
The JUVENILE DRAMATIC LIBRARY. No. I. The VILLAGE CAROL SINGERS, a Juvenile Musical Drama, price Sixpence, the Music price Two Shillings.
London : Burns and Lambert, 1?, Portman-street. Dublin • James Duffy. Sold by Richardson and Son, Derby; T. Jones, Paternoster-row ; and all Booksellers.
Now ready at
BURNS AND LAMBERT’S REPOSITORY, A New and Beautiful Image of
ST. ALOYSIUS, four and a half feet high. An inspection o f this beautiful work o f art is invited. The Casts will be delivered to Subscribers in the order the names are received. Also a New Image o f ST. JOSEPH, three and a half feet high, to match the Madonna already published. Also, shortly, a New Image o f the immaculate Conception, three and a half feet high. Messrs. Burns and Lambert have ready an Image o f the Blessed Virgin Mary and Child, decorated in colour and gold, with figured robe, &c., in a more handsome manner than any hitherto done, and a great variety o f other Images at all prices. They have, likewise, nearly ready, a new and varied assortment o f CHALICES and other articles o f Church and Altar Furniture, which will be equally remarkable for beauty and cnp.annpss
17, Portman-street, London, Aug. 10th. *** Messrs. B. and L.’s Catalogue No. 1 is now ready, and may be had gratis for a penny stamp.
(Catholic Hours ; or, the Family
PRAYER BOOK, containing all the Public and Private Devotaons generally used by English Catholics. With Episcopal Approbation. ,
“ 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 bound, with gilt edges. Published by C. Dolman, 61, New Bond-street, London, and to be bad o f all Booksellers.
Price 2s, or mounted on Cloth in Case, 3s 6d. A Map of the Apostolic Vicariate „ A Of the EAST o f SCOTLAND divided into SEVEN PROHOL^GU^LD^of 8TUSJOSEPH.^““ °fthe
Marsh and Beattie, Edinburgh. Charles Dolman, London.
Valuable Second-hand Books,
. including many rare works in Irish History, Theology, Classics, and General Literature, English and Foreign.
Thomas Connolly respectfully begs to draw the attention of Book Buyers in general to his valuable and extensive stock, comprising nearly 10,000 Volumes prioed catalogues o f which may be had gratis on application at _________ No. io, u p p e r o r m o n d -q u a y , d u b l i^ .
AN INDISPENSABLE BOOK.
T'homson’s Dictionary o f Domestic , . MEDICINE and HOUSEHOLD SURGERY. Tenth Thou sand. 7s.
Groombridge and Sons, Paternoster-row, London; M'Glashan Dublin; and all Booksellers.
Qatholic Poor School Committee. . Ti. ^ ALLIES, Esq., M.A., having been appointed SECRETARY to the Catholic Poor School Committee, all letters and other communications are to be addressed to him at this office m , , ,
11, John-street, Adelphi, London,
, CHARLES LANGDALE.
July 28,1853. Royal Hibernian Academy.
T h e JVenty - Seventh Annual . r ~ „ EXHtBnrON o f t ainting, Sculpture, and Architecture o f the Royal Hibermau Academy, IS NOW OPEN.
Admission, One Shilling. Catalogue, Sixpence. Season Tickets, iw o Shillings and Sixpence.
Academy House, Lower Abbey-street,
30th July, 1853.
GEORGE PETRIE, B .H .A ., Sec.
(From Hardman and Co.’s) No. 2, CHURCH-STREET, BIRMINGHAM, ¡Manufacturer of Sacred Vessels for - L " the ALTAR, CANDLESTICKS, &o. SILVER CHALICES CIBORIUMS, REMONSTRANCES, &e„ equal to ANY made since “ The Revival,” from 10s to 14s per oz. Drawings forwarded on application.
ITelly, Fitzhenry, and Co., take leave to announce to the Public that they are manufacturing the undermentioned articles, which we feel pleased to say has given such general satisfaction;—Blacking, Ink, Matches, Blacklead, Fire Lights, Patent Starch, and Smalt Blues. The manufacture o f these articles has given great employment to a vast number o f persons that would otherwise be idle on the streets. Ail persons anxious for the prosperity o f their country should give a preference for Home Manufacture. Sold by all Traders in town and country.
Eagle Foundry, Church-street. Tames Sheridan takes this op porni t?Tr
To the splendia Fog Bell permanently erected at the Eastern Pier house Ho\vth-arb° Ur ’ &S alS° a siraUar Bel1 at the Bai^ y Light-
To the Great Bell o f Marlborough-street Cathedral : Church* mcomparable Peal o f Eight Joy Bells at Arran-quay
in the erection o f this Church over 1,5001. 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 d f the difficulties which a Catholic work has to encounter m Ballihasloe, 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 Public to aid him m procuring funds for the completion of the Church, which, before it can be opened for Divine Service, will require a further outlay o f *2,00GI For the above purpose contributions, no matter how trifling, will be thankfully received and gratefully acknowledged by *
, . . . _ _ J . DILLON, Archdeacon and P .P., Ballinasloe. and at the Office o f this phper. *
N.B.—For the Contributors the Holy Sacrifice o f the Mass is offered on each Friday.
T h v WATCHES. e Public have doubtless read many o f the numerous Advertisements which have o f late been put forth by various houses in the above business, such as “ New Improvements,” “ Exhibition Watches,” Ac., Ac., and from reading such may have come to the conclusion that those houses possess superior advantages over their fellow-traders. I respectfully inform the Public that such is not the fact, as the same can be obtained at any respectable Establishment, and I, for one, pledge myself to all parties honouring me with a visit to produce for their inspection an assortment o f
that cannot be surpassed by any House in the city.
A Written Guarantee and Twelve Months’ Trial given with all Watches sold at my Establishment.
My Stock o f line Gold Jewellery, Plate, Electro Plate, Ac., Ac. will’ be found one o f the most extensive and best selected in the city
Particular attention paid to the Repairing o f Watches, Ac. Old Watches, Ac., taken in Exchange.
Georgre M ’Nally
(Successor to Twycross), WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
57, D A M J j - ‘ S T R E E T .
To the Catholic Prelates, Clergy, Laity, and Religious Communities o f Great Britain and Ireland Del Vecchio’s Studio, No. 200, P RE AT BRUNSWICK.STREET. F)el V '.C‘ hio begs to return his P ' “ 0’ 1 hanks for the Patronage bestowed on his Establishment for any years.
D. V. is constan supplied with the greatest assortment o f Religious Figures in tL~ three kingdoms, executed in Stucco or Artificial _ BeautifulStatuea o f the lm«aaul»>c Virgin, with Serpent under
1 » three feet six inches, and one foot six Ipcoex, ' »'•'•»• m; •' r •<•■P ' '-"vX ' . ••>."
T "® , Ane Statues, SS. Peter and Pail, f i ,9 feet six Inches; the Blessed Virgin and Child, and St. Joseph, from five feet six inches down to one foot high.
The Twelve Apostles.
Two beautiful statues of Angels Kneeling in the Clouds, three feet six inches.
A splendid Bust of the Pope direct from Some. A most splendid Crucifixion, full size o f life, with the Blessod Virgin and St. John at the foot o f the Cross; also smaller size Crucifixes, down to six inches, suitable for small Chapels or Convents. .
The Fourteen Stations of 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 Xivier, and the Virgin and Child—St. Dominic, four feet—St. Jonn the Baptist, three feet six inches.
The above, with a large collection o f other Religious Figures, different sizes, he respectfully offers on the lowest terms.
REPAIRING ENGLISH AND GENEVA WATCHES
T h e Subscriber is daily receiving „ . ,the m»rked approbation o f gome o f the most distinguishS Families in Ireland in consequence o f the satisfaction given in the repairing o f the most complicated
ENGLISH AND GENEVA WATCHES, Ac., a rate of accuracy hitherto thought impossible to be obtained.
The prices are extremely moderate, and satisfaction the result of a trial.
A Choice Stock o f First Class English and Geneva Watches Timepieces, Gold Albert and Guard Chains, Diamond and Signet Rings Ac., Ac., at unprecedented low prices.
Thomas Xinlan, PRACTICAL ENGLISH AND GENEVA WATCHMAKER
83, 0 RAFTON-STREET.
To Roman Catholic Clergymen. i n offering my thanks for the A marked and extensive patronage I have received from Members o f your esteemed Order since I commenced in the general Tailoring trade, I beg to give yon the assurance that the induce-aents previously offered to you when seeking for your patronagj with the view of securing for my Establishment what it has since at tained—the name o f being the first house in the Trade for the supply o f
/ CLERICAL COSTUME —shall be steadfastly maintained on my part by never offering any goods but such as I can engage for soundness and true dye and selling every article at the lowest possible price.
FOR CASH ONLY. Xiuhe Dillon, CLOTHIER AND DRAPER, __________ 7. PARLIAMENT-STREET.
medieval Court. GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. Tohn Hardman and Co., 166 t f GREAT CHARLES STREET, BIRMINGHAM ’
GOLD AND SILVERTMITHS AND JEWELLERS Manufacturers o f Ancient Church and Domestic Ornaments Sacred Vessels, and Fittings, in all kinds o f Metils Sepulchral Brasses and Metal Screen Work ; also, Glass Painters in the three styles o f the 13th, 14th, and 16th Centuries
Messrs. HARDMAN\and Go. are the only Artists engaged in the revival o f ancient Church Ornaments and Metal Work who have been supplied with Drawings, Models, and Authorities, bv the late celebrated Architect, A W. PUGIN, Esq, and from the great experience that has been gained during so many years practice they can undertake 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 m 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
O l d Irish Malt Whiskey equal to V / the Best French; Brandy, at SIXTEEN SHILLINGS per GALLON. r
The qualities of this highly-esteemed and justly celebrated Old Whiskey consists in its superior strength, fineness of flavour and purity; of spirit, on Sale in Casks, from Four Gallons upwards at
WILLIAM MAGEE'S, Wholesale Wine and Spirit Stores. CHAPEL STREET, SALFOKD.D f - i n -• A l l ' l l . . . ’ j E t t r .A ’. / t . . . . . ' © .
To the Great Bell o f St. Audeon’s Church, High-street : To the Great Bell o f St. Patrick’s Church, Kingstown : To the superior toned BePof Dalkey Catholic Church. To the musical Peal of Three Bells in the Town Hall o f Drogheda : l o the Great Bell erected in the New Church o f Saggard ; To the sweet and solemn toned Bell o f the Deaf and Dumb Institution, Cabra Convent ;
To the beautiful Bell in Arbour-hill New Church, ordered by the Board o f Ordnance ; and • Kin^^fnnTempk^?le BeU erected in the Cupola o f the Benchers, 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., '
All kinds o f Metal Castings and Wrought Iron Work done in the best manner, and on the most moderate terms.
GREAT HALL (Western End) and NORTHERN HALL.
Great Industrial Exhibition of
1853 has §Teat pleasure in announcing to the Nobility and Gentry, that on the Dais, under the large Organ, he is exhibiting two large Composition Figures o f “ Eurydice” and “ Chipparizio r also a small one o f “ Leda,” in the same Composition, will be found 01i ? « e Round Pedestals. This Composition is to show to what a high perfection Plastic Art can be brought, the Figures being elegantly and sharply finished, the surface very hard, and as smooth asglass, a great deception to a marble figure, the appearance being so ™ , . llk.® the real marble. A large Statue o f the “ Virgin and Child will also be found in the Centre HaU selected from several others, now to be seen at his own Gallery.
(Eastern End.) C L A S S X X .
th irteen , Lower Sackville-street.
JAMES DELANY, DESIGNER AND PRODUCER,
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his beautiful design of Coat now exhibiting in th? Great Exhibition o f 1853, Northern trailer?, Eastern End; also to his specimens o f Embroidered Vest ings, and the m«le-up Vests, showing IrJ*h Workmanship not infe-
any other part of the world.
v r, '
t>J ‘ P Î rSw5^ftention to the following list o f articles in the new, Ready-mane Department of his Establishment :— * *
Melton Frock Coats Meltota Walking Coats Black Cloth Frock Coats Biack Cloth Walking Coats Russell Cord Paletots, an article peculiarly suited to the present season Black Venetian Paletots Alpaca Paletots Alpaca Walking Coats i Alpaca Frock Coats * Driving Coats Pilot Coats
Registered Driving and Eques trian Capes .
Taima C loa jljjW tf f v '£?.*?P ■>• Talma C*j*t*^ Fancy Trousers * • Full DreM Trousers Silk Vests’ Alpaca Vests Black Cloth Vests Single, and Double-brea
Dressing Gowns Llama Frieze Coats Irish Frieze Coats, &c., &c.
The attention o f the CATHOLIC HIERARCHY AND CLERGY
t0 the specimen of a ROMAN FULL L COAT, also exhibiting by me in the Great
BISHOPS andBeiSHOPS raade for man7 ui our respected ARCH
Also, to the ,
NE V READY-MADE CLERICAL DEPARTMENT, . , , _ . containing C erical Paietots | Clerical Trousers Clerical Frock Coats | Clerical Vests
THE CLERICAL ORDER DEPARTMENT supplied as usua with every article suited to CLERICAL COSTUME.
JAMES DELANY, Tailor and Woollen Importer, 13, LOWER ;SACKVILLE-STREET. DUBLIN.
THE DUBLIN GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, 1853.
Irish Sell Founding. T Murphy, 15, Thomas-street, u * dirccts P"bllc attention to his Great Beilin the Key or D, about 30 cwt., on the left side ot the Grand Entrance Hall. This Bell has just been purchased by Orlando Oldham. Esq . o f Geecross, near Manchester.
EXHIBITION OF THE WORKS OF INDUSTRY OF
^ . ALL NATIONS, 1851. I hereby certify that her Majesty’sCommissioners, upon the r
MURPHY, for BELLS shown in the Exhibition.
preser," d a PRIZE MEDAL to JOHN
? . .£ • »nd HUGH TEAYNOR, 14, SOUTH ANNE-STREET, exhibit a Fountain inside o f the entrance door o f the Northern Hall, and to the right o f the Centré Hall, which they hope for variety and o f . exei ut101?;, also the gay display o f water coming out o f the o i Ä Ö Undertaking^ approbati» n o f ,hose vlsitil'* An inspection is respectfully solicited o f the
GALLERY OF ARTS
FOUNTAIN MANUFACTORY, P, G R E A T B R U N S W I C K - S T R E ET, D U B L I N ,
N n . S F “ ESTABLISHMENT, GLASGOW. A .B. All Orders for town and country punctually attended to.
CLASS X IX . i f NORTHERN GALLERY:' ■
ease observe that you purchase every description of
CARPETINGS, O I L C L O T H 8 (From 18 inches to 24 feet in width),
DRUGGETS (all widths),
HEARTH RUGS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, LINEN AND COTTON SHEETINGS.
All from the most eminent Makers, at the very lowest prices,they can be procured for.
F. Sheridan, IRISH CARPET WAREHOUSE,
Nos. 22 and 23, PARLIAMENT-STREET, Ageni for the Royal Victoria Felt Carpetings.
VUriting Desks, Dressing Cases, F R E N C H ™ T c Y & S ,PatPIER MA° HE ^ AN°
6 and 7, ST, ANDREW-STREET, near DAME-SrREET
(Five minutes walk from the Exhibition). Strangers arriving in Dublin during, the Exhibition will find this magnificent collection o f Goods well worthy their inspection. It bwpric*8 ©very novelty in Cabinet and Fancy Goods at extremely
D ^ Ä f e , °&T’ Focket Book8’ PapierMacheTea AUSTIN’S
6 and 7, ST. ANDREW-STREET.
! Qaint Mary, Star o f the Sea,” _T“ L IRISHTOWN. «Ti>e,rD o S iChATr0N o f the NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH o f " S T . S S , ° L U,f SEA>” ,wiu ‘ ake P,ace on MONDAY, the 16th ACGUST 1853, the Assumption o f the Blessed Virgin Mary.
- a e SOLEMN BENEDiCMON o f the CHURCH by hUGrace the Most Rev. Dr. CULLEN will be followed by a
PONTIFICAL HIGH MASS, . which will commence at Twelve o ’clock. . „ The DEDICATION SERMON |will he Preached immediately after the First Gospel bv
_ , r a President o f the Royal Commission. Hyde Park, London, 15th October, 1851.” The large Beil o f very fine tone. The large Bell in the East Nave, connected with the Great Clock ot very fine tone.
P .S .-T h is Bell arcs purchased by the Great Northern Railway Company, of King’s Cross, London. 27 cwt. *
J . MURPHY’S BELL FOUNDRY AND COPPER WORKS
15, THOMAS-STREET, DUBLIN.
THOMAS CONNOLLY’S FOUNTAIN OF TOILET PERFUME.
LADIES visiting the Exhibition are invited to refresh themselves at
Thomas Connolly’s Fountain of ™ SWEET PERFUMES,
those Perfumes are carefully gathered and distilled chiefly from the fragrant flowers o f Wicklow and Kildare. y
BY THOMAS CONNOLLY, PERFUMER, DUBLIN E s sB o u q u e r ° UqU?.‘ “ “ S & V
l s :w ; a» d d®:
r i W p H a l r bea,l‘ l ’ ’ l8’ M ’ a” d 28’ 8d’ p- d®
CONNOLLY’S IRISH INK. '> T ‘ .
.. ^ riemen lntgreztad in good ink are also invited to examine Connolly s Prize Medal, thin Black Oflice and Machine Copying Inks exactly beside the Birds o f Ireland on the Southern Gallery. ? ’ lhm Black Office Ink . . . ic oa Machine Copying Ink . . . . Is.'6d f n d \ PM ^ r doi MANUFACTORY and LABORATORY,
3, LOWER BRIDGE-STREET, DUBLIN. ’
K g ' ORDERS RECEIVED HERE.
The Very Rev. Dr. RUSSELL, O.S.D. The Ceremony will be concluded by Benediction o f the Most Holy Sacrament, followed by the Grand “ Te Deum’ o f Graunn, with other selections from the best Authors, by a Full Choir, including the most eminent professional talent o f the city.
Family Ticket to Admit Four to the Nave A Ticket to AdmitTwo to the Nave . . A Ticket to Admit One to the Nave
_. " —
»> to the Third Compartment And to the Body o f the Church .. . .
ouuicu .. .. U 1 O
£ s. 1 0 0 12 0 7 0 5 0 2
Tickets may be had o f Messrs. James Duffy, 7, Weliington-quay : Gerald Bellew, 79, Grafton-street; Thomas Richardson, 9, Capelstreet; Wm. J. Battersby, 10, Essex-bridge ; O’Neill and Duggan.
o’ Ba“ e-street; Wm. PoweU, 68, Thomas-stfeet; Wm. B. Kelly, 8, Grafton-street; from any o f the Clergy o f the Parish ; from the several members o f the Committee, and from yp.
^ _ JOHN P. CONRAN, Hon. Sec.
B,Ieesin8 o f Church will take place at half-past Eleven o Clock.
\ ssociated Parker’s Society. —
.TheFrFTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING o f th s s ic iety will ??4.u?^at SEDGLEY PARK on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, at One o Clock, when the Accounts will be given in, and tha Officers for the succeeding year appointed. Dinner on table at Two o Clock.
Stewards—Mr. Dominic Myatt and Mr. Jos. Cox. ,, .,B’ Parkers who wish to enter this Society are requested to send their names to the Secretary before the day of meeting.
By order of the Committee,
JAMES VINN, Sec.
C t . Mary’s New Catholic Church,
be SOLEMNLY OPENED on
THURSDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1853. High Mass will commence at Eleven o Clock.
N.B. An omnibus will meet the morning trains at the Wellington station. 9
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