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CONTINUED PROSELYTISM IN TUAM.

CONTINUED PROSELYTISM IN TUAM.

- From the Tuam Herald of Saturday we learn that the system of proselytism pursued in that town is giving rise to repeated annoyances to the inhabi- b tants and-magisrates of the vicinity. It seems that ti unusual harmony and good will has hitherto existed 2 between the Roman Ca
31 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

FROM OUR LIVERPOOL CORRESPONDENT Liverpool, Thursday Afternoon " A sensation" on the Liverpool Exchange took place yes. terday. Captain Lott, the amiable and skilful commands the Europa, had posted in the news-room a complaint tha although he had had communication with the lolyh
16 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

by Dublin, 9th January, 1852. Su- hv se alttrin your paper of yesterday, .nk signed "Corn Dealer," which I read with great pleasure. It opens a queetion which I, in common with many others in " the trade" in Dublin, ?? long since considered worthy of inveetigation. cir. I cannot
16 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

I. Thm I Tur. Ray no ?? . 'IE Bay. Da. MAnSRALL, M.A-It having been an- nounced forsome weeks past that this eminent and distin- guished Divine, late of the University of Oxford wonld preach a charity sermon in St. Johnston chapel, great interest was evinced to bear the eloquent
02 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

D DUBLIN' POLICE-XThROAY. i I80 5 a 9S ed he b- 1v as Ln th 3' At OAEL-sETm 1IC CA\P ?? CiF}!CE. - (Berore Dr. Kllylj,) A O BU-a'' T'al -AUXiLIAYrX WORnKoOUsE IN he Gazaw-sTasEv.-John M'Gsurn;, a low stout-built youug ith fellow, aged abkont eighteen years, was-brouightup in cust
06 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OPERATIVE ENGINEERS AND THRIR EMPLOYERS.

THE OPERATIVE ENGINEERS AND THRIR EMPLOYERS.

THE OVAI E MD THOIR1 W EMPLOYERSI The Amalgamated tit ?? ehnc,&. held a public meeting on Tuesday night at the Hall of Corn- merce, Threadneadle'-stteet' ?? dieu~ss'thej pre-sent stat e of the iron trades, an ,d&1th6 '.position Qf. the' 'soci'etyfin 'relation thereto;" or, as was
01 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. REYNOLDS, M.P.—MR. ARKINS.

MR. REYNOLDS, M.P.—MR. ARKINS.

MR. REYNOLDS, M.P.-MR. ARKLNS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREENMAN. SIR-In your impression of this morning, Alderman Joist Reynolds's man of all work, Mr. Martin Crean, has volun- teered a defence of Mr. Reynolds, with respect to the omission of the " Memory of O'Connell' at the Dinner
14 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY.

CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY.

The arrangements of the Chester and Holyhead Railway have given very general satisfaction to Irish travellers. The recent tariff, accomplished by the exertions of Mr. Cusack Roney, was a great boon, and as such appreciated by the public-and to all who know Mr. Gray, the Kingstow
20 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIOCBAB Or DROMORB

DIOCBAB Or DROMORB

Mr*. Tracey, CoDvent, Ncwry ... ... I I Per Ree. P. Ilergao, P.P., Lower Drooagoo- JeuJ ... ... ... ... 10 0 DIOCP.S9 or BLPBIN. From Roeeominffo, per P. Boyle ... 0 Froa Parish of Kilbrqael, per Mr. John Harley 118 diocem or rcRNs : Richard Derereox, Esq., (annoal eubscription)
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland