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RECEPTION OF DR. LIVINGSTONE BY THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.

RECEPTION OF DR. LIVINGSTONE BY THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.

B9CEPTION OF DR. LIVINGSTONE BY THE I I I ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Oan, onday night a special moeting of the Royal Geogra- phical Sociaty, London, was held for the purpose of present- ing Dr. Livingetone with the gold medal on his return home from his African travels. The soci
17 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW lIvNTESLLIGENSCE. MAASTER MURPHY'S OFFICE. -YEMTEUDAY. IN BR THE TirprRAnY BANK.-Mr. Owens appearad on behalf of Mr. John Sherwood Wheatley, one of ttia trustees of the marriage settlement of Mrs. James-Saidleir, to 'sup- port a charge made by that gentleman against the Tippe
27 November 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EDUQ TION ' itOLLEGlQb' tTIE' 1MM GIfLATE CONCEPTION, 'I K:NOCKTOPHlER. CCJTY KILKENNY. Pstro-HIS HOLUESS THE POPE. In comseqaence of the progressive career of this ITnttnt . fortbe.perfect Education of Catholic Youth, a lew mo bplces are prepared for Resident Students. o.n. ( .T
30 April 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTINUATION OF THE TREATY.

CONTINUATION OF THE TREATY.

The followiug appeared in our Second Edition of yesterday: i , - ' The three conventions attsched to the treaty of Paris ?? the Straits of the Dardanelles and Bosphorus. 2ad-Convention between the Czar and Saltan, rlimiting their naval forces in the Black Ssa. 8rd-Conven. tion be
30 April 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

I - . ?? Ta~EATRICiALS. l- -. I THtEATtE ROYAL.-The engagement of Mr. George Van- deahoff has been still further enhanced by the engagement also of Mrs. George Vandenhoff (late Miss Makesb) of the United States theatres. Of Mr. George Vandenhoff we have already had to speak on se
30 April 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSIZE INTELLGIENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLGIENCE.

I ASSIZF INTELLIGENCE. I oERMANAGH. i(VRO3 OUR CORIHtESPOXDEtNI). .. -Ttis ?? thi Lrd Cbhief et eJ M han etered the Crowia Cjurt at ten o'cbeck, w han Aoaotlowing jury were sworn, aftler, t'enty chaillenges oh the part of the crown:- Robert Anderson, DAyid Johnston, William Noble
18 July 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY RETURNS.

RAILWAY RETURNS.

HALLWAY BETUBNS. GaKAT Sournurx AND WESRSs.-*(Open to LarloW Tallamore, and Cork-208i BULEs).-Return of traffic irA the week ending April 12th, 1856 :-Passengers, parcels horses, carriages, smails, &c., £4,645 9s 2d ; merchandise and cattle, £2,236 l8s 4d; total, £6,782 2s 6d.-Co
18 April 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY NAGNETIC TULEGWH. I. HOUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY. The grand jury bill passed throngh committee. -. The report of amendments on the sleeping statutes bill was received. The rigiatration of votes (Scotland) bill was read a second time. The stock in trade exemption bill, and the sur
02 July 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

The following appeared in our Second Edition Iof yesterday:- The French mail has not yet arrived. The harvest has begun in Austria. it is believed that there will be but a middling crop iu Austria. The King of the Belgians id expected at Buckingham Palace this evening or earlv to
02 July 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WRECK OF THE SHIP PALLAS—EIGHTY LIVES LOST.

WRECK OF THE SHIP PALLAS—EIGHTY LIVES LOST.

WAUECK OF M HE SHIP -ALLAS-EIGHTY LIVES LOST. A !elter received on blonoay, at Lloyd'a, from their agent at Cape Breton, anniunces the melancholy loss of the ship Pallas, from Cork, with upwards of eighty lives. The fol- lowing are the brief details :-The Pallas eailed from Cork
02 July 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland