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Roman Catholic (search for this): article 4
Federal enlistments in Ireland. --In the course of last week, says a foreign journal, two broad sheets were posted on the gates and doors of Roman Catholic churches in Dublin. Both are signed "Sacerdos." One is headed "Letters of His Holiness Plus IX on the American War," and the other "Letters of John Mitchel, Wm Smith O'Brien, John Martin, and 'Sacerdes, ' on the American War." Their object is to discourage the Federal enlistments in Ireland.
John Martin (search for this): article 4
Federal enlistments in Ireland. --In the course of last week, says a foreign journal, two broad sheets were posted on the gates and doors of Roman Catholic churches in Dublin. Both are signed "Sacerdos." One is headed "Letters of His Holiness Plus IX on the American War," and the other "Letters of John Mitchel, Wm Smith O'Brien, John Martin, and 'Sacerdes, ' on the American War." Their object is to discourage the Federal enlistments in Ireland.
John Mitchel (search for this): article 4
Federal enlistments in Ireland. --In the course of last week, says a foreign journal, two broad sheets were posted on the gates and doors of Roman Catholic churches in Dublin. Both are signed "Sacerdos." One is headed "Letters of His Holiness Plus IX on the American War," and the other "Letters of John Mitchel, Wm Smith O'Brien, John Martin, and 'Sacerdes, ' on the American War." Their object is to discourage the Federal enlistments in Ireland.
Wm Smith O'Brien (search for this): article 4
Federal enlistments in Ireland. --In the course of last week, says a foreign journal, two broad sheets were posted on the gates and doors of Roman Catholic churches in Dublin. Both are signed "Sacerdos." One is headed "Letters of His Holiness Plus IX on the American War," and the other "Letters of John Mitchel, Wm Smith O'Brien, John Martin, and 'Sacerdes, ' on the American War." Their object is to discourage the Federal enlistments in Ireland.
Federal enlistments in Ireland. --In the course of last week, says a foreign journal, two broad sheets were posted on the gates and doors of Roman Catholic churches in Dublin. Both are signed "Sacerdos." One is headed "Letters of His Holiness Plus IX on the American War," and the other "Letters of John Mitchel, Wm Smith O'Brien, John Martin, and 'Sacerdes, ' on the American War." Their object is to discourage the Federal enlistments in Ireland.
Dublin (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
Federal enlistments in Ireland. --In the course of last week, says a foreign journal, two broad sheets were posted on the gates and doors of Roman Catholic churches in Dublin. Both are signed "Sacerdos." One is headed "Letters of His Holiness Plus IX on the American War," and the other "Letters of John Mitchel, Wm Smith O'Brien, John Martin, and 'Sacerdes, ' on the American War." Their object is to discourage the Federal enlistments in Ireland.