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THE PEOPLE'S FIRESIDE.

THE PEOPLE'S FIRESIDE.

I - THE PEOPLE'S FIBESIDE. (From do EvMIqG FuiurIt ofq Gjyrday.) The Tenant question will shortlv be aggaia before Parliament, and in that theatre of humbug and de- lusion it will receive at the hands of IrisIe members and English representatives jist so auch attention as is nece
24 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

1:, IMPEVA6Z PAPLPRLlAMiKg ;N HOUSE OF LOjtl&STBU35MDAr MAY112I2. The Loma CEANEOELLO took his seat on the woo1 eek , five o'clock. THE .AVfAiBSOV ITALY- u Lord LtLV)HUIST said- ile should. postponle th m tI D of Ohich ho had Oiven notice for Tu ead-ay, net 'with 5O5La2801t to th
24 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
111 R•r'

111 R•r'

24 May 1856 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLICITY IN CONNEMARA.

CATHOLICITY IN CONNEMARA.

CLIFDEN, MAY 19th, 1856.—During the last week there were great doings in Clifden. The usual devotions of the month of May are attended this year with great fervuur, both in the parochial church and in the convent chapel. The Virgin's altars are adorned with great taste, and, 1 n
24 May 1856 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

PARIS, MONDAY.—The Manlierr announces that Peron de Brunow has presented to the Emperor a letter from the Emperor of Russia, which accredits him on an " extraordinary mission" to his Imperial Nlajesty. The 15th of June is spoken of at Paris as the day upon which the baptism of t
24 May 1856 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENT. 110 USE OF LORDS-MONDAY, MAY 19. The house met at five o'clock, Lord DONOUGHNIORE asked whether it was the

PARLIAMENT. 110 USE OF LORDS-MONDAY, MAY 19. The house met at five o'clock, Lord DONOUGHNIORE asked whether it was the

intention of the Government to abolish the Ecclesiastical Courts of Ireland. The LORD CHANCELLOR said that it was not intended to rbolish the courts, but it was contemplated to establish a court similar to that proposed for this country, for matrimonial and divorce matters.
24 May 1856 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
DRAINAGE—IMPORTANT MEETING AT ROSCOMMON—SETTLEMENT OF FINAL AWARD—HINDE RIVER DISTRICT.

DRAINAGE—IMPORTANT MEETING AT ROSCOMMON—SETTLEMENT OF FINAL AWARD—HINDE RIVER DISTRICT.

DRAINAGE-IMPORTANT MEETING AT ROSCOM- MON-SETTLEMENT OF FINAL AWARD-HIDE I RIVER DISTRICT. | (Fitou n OU TN 0 oountnONDMT.) Tuesday, May 20th, 1856. IL Griffith, Esq., chairman of the Commissioners of Pub- lio Works, and Captain M'Kerlie, one of the Commissioners of Drainage, hel
22 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELIGENCE.

LAW INTELIGENCE.

i ?? . ?? , L AW I N sT E L LT G . F, a ,RI I JUDIAL :dOt 1iTTElE.Oi TwElEPRIVY COiONIL, * ' : DUBIN- CASTLE'YETBIAM.. 'The OTn'b5T5 presntterO the Lord Ihancellor, the Lord Chief Ju;tlOODf th r n Pleaend the . Right. HnO. ifrauci|s Blackbnrnw. c... , . , .SoptPa ?? olmes ;. the
22 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PUBLICATIONS.- ALLISTA; a Tate of the Tr Ct. the WO1L, ?? Rev. *. HT, an NdWill To be had at KELLY'S, 'GAFToek and Booksellers. ALL TIII it..W WOM H A? IA,~t TO T Isher of Cathollo tors th ner ofA tr-street (opposite Revel E1chsugs). ?? A large and varied Stock of beautifully Bou
27 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPORT OF THE DUBLIN HOSPITAL COMMISSIONERS—MERCEDR'S AND JERVIS-STREET HOSPITALS.

REPORT OF THE DUBLIN HOSPITAL COMMISSIONERS—MERCEDR'S AND JERVIS-STREET HOSPITALS.

-HOSpITAL ADOMM41J . SPl:OT ALES8EECEWS AND JER4VIS.STREET HOS. S a.TA t ?? ,. -. . ' 26th read, 1866. stop 01tt-11 one of the Surgeons to Mrs'so j li dee you my. thanks for the able edito0rir article in~your journhal tly of' Ole loth insitantf, Whremisyco successfully exposed th
27 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland