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STATE OF CAVAN AND LEITRIM.

STATE OF CAVAN AND LEITRIM.

I STATEi~ OOF CAVAN AND TLXITRIM. I BA A " .. ?? __ I U : . (FURO' OUSt OPMCIAL CORaSOS0 CSDENT ) Ballyconoell, July 5. My inquiries in Cavan and Leitrim have led me to the ur conclusion that one of the most irritating grievances of which the people have to boast is the delay of
08 July 1845 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

- .1 - 0-1- I We have received the Paris papers of Friday and Satur- I day. They continue to issue lengthy and uninteresting ar- ticles on the approaching elections, and the merits of the respective leaders of party, but there is nothing in them of a nature to require notice. Th
15 July 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

9tfraeifa 0loxuad DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1846. THE REMNANT OF THE SESSION. The letter of our Private Correspondent, which we insert in another column, tells us in plain lan. guage what we could almost spell out of the brief *statement of the Premier on his meeting the House
15 July 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN.

ADDRESS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN.

I ADDRESS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT FROMI THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN. __ . .. . n I n -1 _ -1 - ~~a_ _e Monday the Provust, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College proceeded in procession to the Castle, to present an address to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, on his arrival in th
15 July 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAR BEWEEN THE PRESS AND THE BAR.

WAR BEWEEN THE PRESS AND THE BAR.

WAR BEWEEN THE PRESS A' D THE BAR. MR. PUNCH TO THE GENTLrAIEN OF' THE PRESS. Gentlemen of the Fourth Estate-I have not been un. mindful of the quarrel which has lately broken out between yourselves and the bar. I even prophesy from it consider. able public benefit; if, as late c
09 August 1845 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MR. GREEN'S DESCENT IN THE "ALBION" BALLOON.

MR. GREEN'S DESCENT IN THE "ALBION" BALLOON.

MR. GREEr'S DESCENT IN THE "ALBION", I - BALLOON. I The veteran aeronaut made a safe descent in a pea field, l- at about a mile from Ponder's End, in the parish of Enfield, Id after his nocturnal ascent with fireworks on Monday even- mo ing from Vauxhall Gardens. Mr. Green appear
09 August 1845 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMITTAL OF A POST-MISTRESS FOR EMBEZZLEMENT AT BIRMINGHAM.

COMMITTAL OF A POST-MISTRESS FOR EMBEZZLEMENT AT BIRMINGHAM.

COMMITTAL OP A POST MISTRESS FOR LM BEZZLEMENT AT BIRMIN M. I\ n- ?? , ., -. - .NG _ asn L-uesday last, Miss Louisa Maria Mewis, a female d, most respectably connected, and who has had the superin. n- tendence of the receiving office, at Edgbaston, was brought e before the magist
09 August 1845 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RIVER PLATE.

THE RIVER PLATE.

THE HlVER PLATE. (EXTRACT OF A LETTER.) MONTE VIDEO, JUNE 9-After several attacks during the month of April and May upon I-er Majesty's ships and steam-vessels, from the batteries of San Lorenzo, Tonolero, and other forts on the banks of the River Plate, and that of Parana, the l
05 September 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1846.

DUBLIN, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1846.

zh~t#MUTO 0 xlutl RENEMBER THE 30TH OF Ely, 18441 THE COERCION BILL. On Friday night the question of the Coercion Bill again occupied the attention of the House of Com. mons. The discussion we report at considerable length elsewhere. The supporters of the measure were more than
15 June 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF IRELAND!

STATE OF IRELAND!

STATE OF ItRELAND! NENAGH.-The condition of the poor is extremelY afflicting. There are two hundred and a7xty individuan thrown on the relief fund, with every expectation of further increase-and without any means whiatever on the part of the committee. What will the government do
15 June 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland