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THE GREAT SEA SERPENT CAUGHT AT LAST.

THE GREAT SEA SERPENT CAUGHT AT LAST.

Ir Ir - t - .. ?? - T The New York T7ribune publiehos a long letter from Charles Seabury, master of the whale ship Monongahela; giving an account of the capture of the sea serpent, in latitude 3 deig, 10 min., S., and long. 131 deg. 51 min., W., on the 13tb, of January. After de
13 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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t7zATRE ROYAL, DUBLI N;. j S9T WEEKi OF PERFORMING BEFORE EASTER. TgIS EVENING (Tteaday), 'March 23d, the perform- ca will commenee with the Drama entitled THE DREAM AT EA. Laot Lynwood, Mr. T. C. Ki4; IBlack Ralph, Mr. jrotley; Alley Croaker, Mr. Gr by; Tomboy Tinkle, Fr. F Robe
23 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TENANT-RIGHT—SHARMAN CRAWFORD'S BILL.

TENANT-RIGHT—SHARMAN CRAWFORD'S BILL.

TENATT-RIGHT-SRARMAN CRAWFORD'S BILL, Irish members appear to forget that Sharman Crawford's Bill stands among the orders of the day for Wednesday, the 31st of March. It will be borne in mind that the measure received a certain amount of favour when first introduced by the future
23 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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THEATRE ROY.AL, DUBLIN.? g THI5 EVENING (Thursday), March 4, the perform- ~ces will commence with the New Play of IN(;O M AR THE BA RBARI AN. jlmarob of lassilia, Mr. Bellair Polydor, Mr. Granby; Lokon, Mr. Bromley; Ingomar, . T. C. King; Trino- bantes, Mv Gladstone; Actea, re. P
04 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILDARE ELECTION.

THE KILDARE ELECTION.

- - THE XIL-DIRE ELECTION. (Froim the Daily Ntws). While the re-election of the new ministers and their adhe:- rents seems likely to take place in Eogland without opposi- tion, a somewhat different spirit manifests itself on the-other side of the ballilerl. For some days the popu
04 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.

The first half-yearly stated meeting of the members of this academy for the present session was held last evening in the new premises they have got possession of, late the Reform Club, Dawson-street. The spacious and beautiful apartment in which the meet- ing was held, was well
17 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TUAM RESOLUTIONS—THE TABLET.

THE TUAM RESOLUTIONS—THE TABLET.

I THE TUAM RESOLUTIONS-THE TABLET. | The following handsome and generous article ap- peared in the Tablet of Satur' ay. The high. toned spirit which dictated this disinterested support of a C brother journalist is no less creditable to the writer 8 than it is honourable of the Ir
08 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

i IMPFIAL PARLIAhEiMT. I HOUSE OF LORDS-MoNDAT, MARCHt 22. Lord MONTEAGLE presented several petitions from Ire- land, praying for a repeal of the ecclesiastical titles act. Lord BROUGHAM took the opportunity of imploring their lordships' attention to the absolute necessity for ir
24 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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ATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. WtEEK OF PERFORMING BEFORE EASTER. gi'S EVENING (Monday), March 22d, the performI .e3 wvill commence with tbe Dramna entitled tDTHE DR;EAM AT SEA. Lunce Lynwood, Mr. T. King; Black Ralph, Mr. mioe; Alley Croaker, . Granby; Tommy Tinkle rir. F. Robson; AnneTean
22 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW ID TELLIGENCE. COURT OF CHANCERY. The Chancellor will sit to-day, and proceed with the causes standing over since last term. There is an arrear of twenty- five causes and 107 cause petitions. Should the causes run into next term, it is n t known whether his lordship, when be
22 March 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland