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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
 
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Advertisements & Notices

READ THIE NEW EDITION,ON hEIVOUS AND OTt1lR DISEASESI li Just Published, Twentieth Thousand, Price One Shilling, or free by post for eighteen Postage Stamps, T1 EALTH and HAPPINESS, the means by which tihy c way be obtained, a Medical Work, with observationa on the treatment of n
13 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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-,ATRE R Y1*, D:UBLI ?? T ITALIAN OPERAS.- o r ARRIS bas munch pleasure in annonteoting Shat gr. a~d5errsngemeniq owith the firm Messsrs Cramer, e3 soad Co. for a sbort series of LTALJIA" OPERAS, tcomms~ee OD IOgNtDA September 10, 1866, with-tge Madame Grisi, - Thiacleme Lorisi,
14 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRITHS. August S. at Whittingtton rectory, Gloucestershire, the Hon. Mr. Geatavas Talbot of a daughter. August 10. at Slaugham rectory, Sussex, the Hon. Mrs. St, John Paul Methuen of a daughter. August 4, at Hythe, Kent, the wife of Captain J. B. Freeth, of the Royal Engineers,
14 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONFESSION OF THE MURDERER DOVE.

CONFESSION OF THE MURDERER DOVE.

".SONFESSION OF TELE X OVE I I- ?? -- L- -f-inn in 'Wiltms I ETOS following is thre coldlSSIVU Wmcs-.liNetl hsito to ole solicitor, Mr. Barrett. u ohem da duces the confession, and we quite concur with Our oe-3dl porary in the discredit thrown on theinsinustion tbat Earrisson dia
14 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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RUSSIA AND THE TREATY OF PEACE.

RUSSIA AND THE TREATY OF PEACE.

I RUSSIA AND TBF TREATY OP PEACE. (From the 2imesj) It ia a natural, though not the lees a dangerous, 'error to look for sudden changes of policy iu nations as tbe result of gre t'calawlffis . People forget how slowly and how diffi- cultly ihe gambler, tho drunkard, or the brawle
12 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

- -THE ERITISH ASSOPIATiON ads msicl On Thursda. -night -theor e aifonl0siotithe auu t - aofl~de at ?? Spa, a beall'f~ Bp vet W~th * a~ gaden~ wkswatr, ree , & There wa5 a er -large MjUiter of ladjes; and gentlemen uni 'DP n h eve th- ingi. AC, dmsk the electrck i'ght was exhibit
11 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER-THE CROPS. Even tbus early the harvest time has opened with great promiee of abundant fertility. The reap'ng-hook and sythe are in lull operation all around our city, and already the tj market has been opeoed, in advance of the regular markets, to for the puichase of
09 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

h~it :tatro'$ 1011dton goo~t,$. t3 Y -, A o N I T I C T E t a G It A P 11.] NEWS-lETTER OFFICE, 1 o'clock ePu. THE ROYAL SQUADRON. Plymouth, Wednesday Evesing. Her MtIjesty andethe Royal family proceeded up the river 'I'amar as rar as Cothele in the Fairy, and from tbhence to th
14 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

MEETING OF THrE BRITISII X ASSOCIATI ON. CTIELTExIrAIt, AuG. 7 .-The first general assembly of the members was held in the. Great Hfall of Studies at Cheltenham College, at eight o'clock last evening, when about eight hundred persons were present. The chair wis taken bv thie Duke
11 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland