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THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW—MEETING IN THE ROTUNDO.

THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW—MEETING IN THE ROTUNDO.

r . I h ;THE MAIEi LIQUOR LAW MEETING IN THE -a -; . . - , o' K TUNDO. - - - The ennusI meeting . of the Uublin AnxiltYay Of the rC- n clety fjo the Total Suppresion of the S&e of latexicating e diinks! was' aheld Jlt etevening. in-the pillax-io m er the Ru. t ; ttendortich'wamuc
02 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS OF THE ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS OF IRELAND TO THE HOBN. BARON PENNEFATHER.

ADDRESS OF THE ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS OF IRELAND TO THE HOBN. BARON PENNEFATHER.

ADDRESS OF THE ATTORNKYS "D ZOLWL'AG !OF RLUND TO THE SE. SAWN, rftP A large and ?? body of atomqs 0& W! Mh Wilted yesterday on Baooa Pesnether, tfo th. pUpW cl preti~ntg ?? with ant address. It was oegal* 3d t hatt tlbS Proceeding shorld take pisce In the Jtadgs' ¢b~ bar. bat OW
07 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MAR VELLOUS REMEDY FOI A MAR VELLOUS AGEI H OLLOWAS OINTMENT-THE GRAND EXTER. R NAL BIMEDY.-By the aid of a microsoOps, we see millions of little openings on the surface of our bodies. Through these this Olntment, when rubbed on the skin, is carried to any orgarior inward part. D
07 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION AT LISBELLAW.

NEW CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION AT LISBELLAW.

NEW CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEP- I TION AT LISBE LLAW. l Some fifty years ago, or thereabouts,1 when the few Catho- ?? li in habitatet3 of. the above-named dietrict; in the Protestant a county of - Fermanagh found themselves once more at liberty I to carry on the exeraise of
03 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—SATURDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—SATURDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURTB-SATUHDAY. (Before Mr. Tracy, U.K.l) ITALIANq 6BIRttI AT HOME. A constable, named Joseph M'Cracken, prosecuted a person of gentleml nly appearance, called Edward Lavery, for using abusive language towards him on Thursday eight lstS. The circumstance of the ca
06 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"BRITISH INDIA, AND HINDOO IDOLATRY."

"BRITISH INDIA, AND HINDOO IDOLATRY."

YESTERDAY evening the Rev. George Gogerly, for many years missionary in India, delivered the con- cluding portion of his lecture on the above subject, in the May Street Presbyterian Church. TuOMAS SINCLAIR, Esq., occupied the chair, and the edifice was completely crowded. The Re
01 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

go¢ he t, w eti. [BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.] LONDON CORN IIIARI;ET-YSTERDAY.-Wea- ther fine. Wheat-Foreign arrivals sum up 7,300 qrs.; market firm, at Monday's advance. Barley-Foreign arrivals, 1,100 qrs. ; market same as on Monday. Oats -Arrivals sum up about 1,200 qrs.; market fir
01 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

(gorropoodtort. DR. CAHILL'S EXHIBITION IN BELFAST. To THE EDITOR OF THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER. Sic-There is an old proverb, which says, that excessive boasting is a kind of cowardice; and, as we have a fair example of the one 'in Dr. Cahill's letter, we will, if the proverb hold g
06 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

Wt h ndwreto. [BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.] LONDON COR1 IARiET-YESTERDAY.-Wea- ther dry and cold. Wheat-Short supply of home growth, and is to 2s dearer. Foreign-Little doing. Barley-Shl t supply; not much inquiry. Clats-Large supply; foreign nmarket dull. Floeir-Moderate supply, aid
06 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MURDER OF MRS. KELLY.

THE MURDER OF MRS. KELLY.

THE MURDEjt OF MRS. KELLY. Tuis protracted investigation was resumed at Moate on Wednesday. Mrs. Kelly's maid and coachman, and Ellen Bryan, one of the girls in tre field at the time of the murder, and who was examined at the coroner's inquest, and one of the constabulary, who ha
03 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland