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MANCHESTER AND SALFORD CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

MANCHESTER AND SALFORD CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

MANCHESTER AND SALFORD CATHOLIC I I ~~ASSOCIATION.I Do (FROZ1 OUR OwNa CORRESPONDEltf.). The best attended district meeting of this associatiton yet aassembled was held in the school-room of St. Austins, on D Sunday evening. The Rev. J. Allen presided, and explained at some lengt
06 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

I . ARRIA4L OF THE STEAM p .&S A. at (FROM OUR OWN CRErSPONDRI,.) 30 Liverpooi, Monday r . A few minutes before four o'clock this amorning te e mail steam-ship Asia (Captain Lott) which sailed froyne 3s _ York on the 20th nIt., entered the Mersey, after a paseag5 .p ll eleven day
02 November 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

* BY ELECTRIC TE GRAP. l .. I . . . .- WY. H. Simith and Son's Newspaeper O.ice, No. 1, Eden-quay, 19tt May, 1852. BATH RACES. Aristocratic Handicap. lteraga ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? 2 The DyrhatStakes. %rord ?? ?? ?? PUrT, TuESDAY.-There appears to be a cessation to all ?? at the Bourse;
20 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAYNOOTH GRANT—YES OR NO!

THE MAYNOOTH GRANT—YES OR NO!

THE MAYNOOTH GRANT-YES OR NO! The Times report of Tuesday's parliamentary proceedings states that, in reply to a question by Mr. Keogh, whether it was the intention of minis- ters to withdraw the Maynooth grant, the reply was-" No answer." If this were a correct report, we should
26 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH ELECTIONS.

IRISH ELECTIONS.

uV is REPRESENTATION OF KILDARE It- The investigation, under the presidency of Sir Colman Id O'Logblen, assisted by arbitrators named on the part of the it, candidates, Mr. O'Connor Henciy and Sir William Hort, was resamed on yesterday in No. 2, Arbitration Room, Four es Cvaitse
08 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

I. - TnE JESUITS IN INDIA-By ReV. W. Sttckland, S.J., M.A P. (Dublin: Gerald Bellew.)-V-We ale glad to see that a second edition of this extremely interesting volume, which was noticed in our columns some time aince, has been re- quired, and, as we believe, that a large portion
24 September 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TANDEM DRIVE FROM MELBOURNE TO BALLARAT.

THE TANDEM DRIVE FROM MELBOURNE TO BALLARAT.

'iTE, TANDEM DRIVE FROM MELBOURNE TO I - I H . , -BALLARAT. - A [ (Frome Sidney's " The Three Colonies of Australia.Y) Having cleared the city we overtook tbe golden army of bullock-drays moving northward, surrounded' by companies of men and lade ; occasionally a female is seen.
24 September 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARENT BOARD OF IRISH MANUFACTURES.

PARENT BOARD OF IRISH MANUFACTURES.

PARENT BOARD OF IRISHl MANUFAOTURES. I an_ _ - . .. The weekly meeting ofX Il i * bto 1y was held yesterday even- ing at the board roomn, 2, Essax-bridge, Mr. F. L. FLOOD in the chair. The Chairman briefly thanked the meeting for the honour conferred on him, and said the board we
14 December 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TMIE QUEEN'S3 ROYA THATE T 311t. JOHN C. JOSHPH, PEAN% AD MANAaEt. Seventh Appearance, of Mr. kARLES DILLON. First Appearance Of lsr. CUARLES DILLON. On THIS EVENING (Theaday), Jl 6 82 wl be performed the Play. -of vl T[E CAVALIER. Mr. Uargrave, Mr. C. Dillon; Mm.lt gravo Mrs. C.
27 July 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TENANT-RIGHT DEBATE.

THE TENANT-RIGHT DEBATE.

Ebe OR el 3utn DUBLIN: SATURDAY. APRIL 3, 18#2. I The opposition given by the members of the pre- sent and by the adherents of the late government to the second reading of Mr. Crawford's bill has proved successful, though the house was not put to the trouble of a division. The s
03 April 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland