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SELECTED POETRY.

SELECTED POETRY.

W I S I E S. ALL the fluttering wishes Caged within mly heart, Beat their wings against it, Longing to depar t; Till they shlalke their prison With their wounded ery Open, then, thy heart to-day, And let the captives fly. Let them first fly upward, Through the starry air, Till y
28 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TURNPIKE ABOLITION QUESTION.

THE TURNPIKE ABOLITION QUESTION.

I Tul movement towards the abolition of the turn pikes on the great Northern Road, recently origi- niated, will be met by a counter-moVement. Tho fol- lowing is a copy of a petition to the House of Com- mons, which has been extensive]y signed:- "That your petitioners have learned
28 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A RECOGNITION OF TENANT RIGHT—THE BALDOYLE ESTATES—MR. DUFFY AND CAPTAIN FURNACE.

A RECOGNITION OF TENANT RIGHT—THE BALDOYLE ESTATES—MR. DUFFY AND CAPTAIN FURNACE.

A RECOGNITION OF TENANT RIGHT-THE BAL- DOYLE ESTATES-MB. DUFFY AND CAPTAIN FURNACE. We subjoin two letters-one from Captain Far- nace to ourselves, and the other from Mr. James Duffy, of this city, to Captain Farrnace-to which we invite the attention of all who take an interest i
28 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION I BY MAGNETIC TUTEGRAP11H Freeman Office, 1 vonday, Yhree o'Clock. THIE APPROACHING CONFERENCES. The Flrankfort Gazette states tbat the filth poiut contains not only the clause which forbids the reconstruction of Bo- mareund, but also the demand that the IFlind of
28 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH POISONINGS.

ENGLISH POISONINGS.

Tbe Time*, ia leader, cs tha. the greatest excitement exists in Kugelcy ar.J i neighbourhood relative to Palmf. The population is divided into Pa!meritea Aati Palmerites. persons are resolved that cotbiog shall convince them of hi« guilt—oibers are equally fixed in their opimoo
28 January 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Po'jle v. Rocht and othert.

Po'jle v. Rocht and othert.

Mr. Whiteside, Q.C , f of the defendant in this case, moved the court that the judgm?m entered on behalf of the plaintitf on the 11 lb of April last, upon which execution issued, and aii the subsequent proceedings thereon should be set aside. The affidavit of the defendant state
28 January 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UUVfcUNJIhNT FL'NOb.

UUVfcUNJIhNT FL'NOb.

UUVfcUNJIhNT STOCK EXCHAK x.r«M .cl Ctiu. C->i.*ou • Wit ihree ,<r Cent Consols for Accoont, February .. •• •• New per Cmt Stock .. .. New in ■ Cent. *io&. lor Account, February •• •• •• 91 lan » •• »♦ . Um... Up. I . • C t. d. ii r '"'*h For . •‘•t .Jar ir* -, *nd j Mizcn Head C
28 January 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURNACE.

FURNACE.

sutjoin two letters —one from Captain Furnace to ourselves, and the other from Mr. J.unes Duffy, of this city, to Cjptain Furnace—to which invite the attention of all who take interest in tbe land question. Our readers will not have forgotten that Captain Furnace was one of the
28 January 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
principles, having got a high influence at Rome. Rut, here he showed his weakness. That he should set himself up

principles, having got a high influence at Rome. Rut, here he showed his weakness. That he should set himself up

against the authority of the Bishop of Ossory, and appeal to the Pope in his own favour, was to demand a change the Papal system of administration, and to ask it, too, from its very source and from its upholder. The issue could not have been doubtful. Mr. Lucas failed in bis app
28 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEGOCIATIONS.

THE NEGOCIATIONS.

The Obterver says:—“ Although the Governments of France and England have not as yet received from Austria the formal proposals upon which alone official action can be taken, it is not premature to announce that the Earl of Clarendon will assist at the conferences which will be h
28 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland