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FRENCH WAR VESSELS IN KINGSTOWN HARBOUR.

FRENCH WAR VESSELS IN KINGSTOWN HARBOUR.

F1,IENCU WAR VESSELS IN KINGSTOWN - HARUBOUR. I The announciment tbac two ships of the French Imperial if Navy bad arrived itt Kingstown harbour induced thounandil 3 of our ciiizins of all ranks to proered on yesterday to that Y favourite rniort. The shipS are the ArLemise, a cor
28 April 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADMIRALTY COURT—YESTERDAY.

ADMIRALTY COURT—YESTERDAY.

ADMIRALTY COURT-YzrxmAy. .(Before: Dr. Kelly.) Th7e BAO Corddia, of Liverpoo4 Mackenaie, Master-Maeter andr Marinere FPagigB. The impugnant"vessel; the Cordelia, of Liverpool, being. Impleaded in tbis court at the nuit of several English and' foraign mercantile houses, holders of
06 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONFERENCE.

THE CONFERENCE.

The following also appeared in our Second Edition of yestefday:- The Earl and Countess of Clarendon wilt leave London, for Paris, at the end of the week, and will reside, during the conferences at the Hotel Bristol, which has been engaged for the accommodation of our Foreign Sec
12 February 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW GENERAL ORDERS.

NEW GENERAL ORDERS.

|: .- NEW GENEItA ORDERS. Y The following New General Orders have jest been promal. f gated by the Judges of the Comomon Law Courts:- : - t . I. In every Oase in which the plailntiffs demand shall be d for a debt or liquidated sum, whether with or without Interest, . founded upon
15 February 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPEL OF ST. JOSEPH, PORTLAND-ROW.

CHAPEL OF ST. JOSEPH, PORTLAND-ROW.

We feel sincere pleasure in annouacing that the charming i little edifice which has beea recently added to St. Joseph's P Asylum, Portland-row, Summer-hill, and which is the only church erected in this city-or, as far as we are aware, in Ireland-under the invocation of the Chast
13 September 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEAN BANQUET.

THE CRIMEAN BANQUET.

THEz CRIAN BANQUET. THWE CRIMEAN ?? h.1~r. in ?? The committee met yesterday, and thoe cusr, Hance of the Lord Mayor, was taken by General ieyd Viscount GoUGer. Jsq, Present-Lord Talbot de Malabide, Thnma BeYer, 9ir tjobfl Butler, 8Si High Sheriff; Hon J P Vereker, Son St °anEsq;
13 September 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

FAIR8 I Ckav.-ThJe Tair was held on Tnesd8 was very thiO a fact, which, no dcubt, is Tbe ,b14 occupation: Of the people with hatve Bttribeto4 : hornsed cattle old well; young bullocl e U as they have bee for some time, and p a what downwards, though they still b g Complete quiet
13 September 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRIAL OF WILLIAM DOVE.

TRIAL OF WILLIAM DOVE.

WIL OWLIM -DOVE. T -ul ouT4 r d Br.V .,n netailed renort of r. To8t ., JULY i.7 _We resume our aetallee report et - ?? Fiishera evidenoe ;t the point at which was broken off yea- Jirane ?? aind by Mr. Hardy-I resided nextd door to Dove's s e before 'Mrs. Dove's d death she went w
19 July 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

| : TO E EDITOR OF TEE FREEMAN. I ...II 70 i br Dublin, August, 1856. SiR-i take 'the librty of requesting that you would be *kind enough to give insertion, in your wi..ely-circulated prper, to the' following remnarks w' wich I have to offer as to ithe extriordinary-mode in which
08 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BISHOP OF EXETER AND THE FIGHTING SOCIETIES.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER AND THE FIGHTING SOCIETIES.

?? - o -F . -- , M:$iOe tmalntfo $ouliarlz TIE BISHOP OF EXETER AND THE FIGHTINGI I ~ 8OCLETIES. The venerable Bishop of Exeter has reacheda good" c Nestorian old age, and in his long journey through hin life has had more jangles and squabbles on hand he than most men of his gene
30 September 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland