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FAIRS.

FAIRS.

a , 0. - .Al . -t/, - . .I Ks.1~x GaufT S1.Blto F'Ar~i-. Th~e sipringrsu f-fO~0 ciy;o Frda bowed a eoppiy ofcaleofaldUO ' ' h~h;e ?? % ?? the ground sualb as 88sea ee perhp . neit~$~~ thbe aaemoryof the oldest dnhabitbsti, 1'Bla ctl frw P psrsieulerly. large: inpplyi'.ank ther me
31 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARMA.

PARMA.

Thfe folowivg also appeased in our.Second Edition of yea' - : :y PAUMA. . i ? ? i? ". ! ? ?. ?? :, I r-- "" ?? ?? ?? 1ra- NAPA=- 6.&-On the night before. last,, at .far O'Clockj the Inspeotor..General of Prisons ?? DDuchy was 'stabbed ?? with a. dagger,.at te,. tbe dooriof hls on
14 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

|- ?? A AL BNTIIN V.N TID NE," V, The Ojesfl Ioysl~MMC Has the ponour of anbono g that h epsea Tkis~ EvENING. bis Origin te EntasEinlIntenl TBE UNITY OF NATIONSi pitmabod by the Nobility, Gentry, andr Clergy., An Egicient Band accompanies the Entertainment. jr Grand Entrance bene
13 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MASTER LITTON'S OFFICE—YESTERDAY.

MASTER LITTON'S OFFICE—YESTERDAY.

III I.E ) T- S O F C I. T . ! . Xia sess v.+Sadf-' ' ifr. Lefroy, Q.C., applied to the Master- on behalf of the Earl of Kingeton, for the purpose of havin'g the account directed by the decree' zi in tbil atter taken for an order that all the deeds and dcnments, the cheques, draft
13 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONGRESS—A BARRIER STATE.

THE CONGRESS—A BARRIER STATE.

?? =e$eeutat.:tlt |t DUBLIN: FRIDAY, MARd. 21, 1866. I THE CONGRESS-A BARRIEPVSTATE. I One of the questions which,. it. is I understood, occupies theurgeroug attention of thei. Congress, and on which there is- adifference of .opinion, though not calculated to iipair ,the certaint
21 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MIDLAND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

MIDLAND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

~~MIDLAl RILA The twenty-first half-~yearly ?? of tI n~U5O of the above company wee ?? at e Broadston,- JOEW EmmaS, Eaq. in the chair. The Secreary, having read the adverttlsel1eflt. convening ii the --lfxel the 3 th meeting,, the oeal' of the, company ,Was afxdt h registry of'sh
21 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

I BOA'ULN A stated general meeting of the -ocisty is helk Thursday. IHEQi£aY Kamras, Esq., Q.C., V.P., In the hich ¶i j.: The following report was read:- . "The Council beg leave to audmit to the Sqci4*"i following. Report from ?? of ?? W lative to the pxoceedings raspecting the
08 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1856.

DUBLIN: MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1856.

c li i - a ItUUBLIN- tMONDAY, MARCHa 2. 1866. ETHE PEACE CONGRESS. There' is a slight hitch in the congressional ma- chinery. In what part of the interesting machine the, screw is loose no person can tell, though hun- dreds profess an exact knowledge of the whole affair, while ea
03 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

I - _ IFAIRSI i i 11o01-Th.e moniy fair of s town was beld on Fri. f day, a3nd the attendance of people was cmusuhaly large, it d wobeg almch mket day. Good milch cowis and springer, -d2 were much sought for at avery high figure, owing to their n scarcity in the market, and the p
01 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

I ' DICAh SIR-I understand a copy of Mr. Dicka uns pamiblet on the management of the North Dublin Union has been sent to each ratepayar in the North City Ward, to indtce them to vote for Mr. Dixon. I perceive by this pamphlet that his grand complaint is, that each pauper coeis 2e
18 March 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland