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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

I ?J COPPY (FIurr 0O7.1 OWN (OO11RESPONDIINT.] LOyNDON, WEiTFSAni. Mil, Gorsrmi'v), t'm, nicnibcr for Sunderland, who described ?? as anl advancedi Liberal, and I aii~Y to givo -a general binpport to Mr. Glad- stone," is %rvci~ angcy at tie continuied presenceeof SoldicicS a till
14 June 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTrELLIGENC E. CUSTODY COUBRT-YnSTERDAY. [Before Sir JOIIN PIMESTOiv, JP,?, and W. J. JOHNSTON, eg.q, J.P.J ALLA.GEO tACEiNY BY AN APIOUNNTICL. Frederick Weeks, Hillivan Street, was charged by ?? Whelehau, Onl ?? complaint of Mr. A. G. Massoy, photographer, with havila st
14 June 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

| 1ILITAUY INTELLIGENCE. I ?? SHAM FIGHT AT' THE CURRAGH. (FnOas OUA PIUATh CORRESONPENT.) 'Curragh Camp, Fridaq. 'A most iqterestipg sbh# jighito.ook place this morning in' Ca np, ?? the whole of the troops of the .lrra~gh grigade (eceeptix soaealliitia Corps) part'cipated. Hi3
09 June 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ALLEGED CONSPIRACY IN MAYO.

THE ALLEGED CONSPIRACY IN MAYO.

-E AL2LEGED CONSPIRACY IN MAYO. PFROM 017R SPECIAL RrPOIITER.) Cstlebar, Saturday. The Inquiry was resumed here to-day before 31 ,Henn, F M1. The ?? W Nally, ThOizas A I'Cswley, Richard Halloran, Peter 3^ ?? Thomas Daly, James King, and Thomas llelviu-were prucent. Mr. ) J Kelly,
11 June 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? 71 : t . T -H .E:- T R P. Messrs J A Arno Fred Billington, John Child, Chuale Aablord, W~T ezasloy, Itar..ld 8usseli, and David Flshr&u; 31dlles Rame L~ee M Oakley, Marie Wynter, SOPsi Atderbol,,,A Keine, Minne Maraden, LiaMay, and KateLovem Ii11 THIS EVRNING (Monday), June 11
11 June 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO WOODERNBRIDGE BY TH OVOCA COACH.

TO WOODERNBRIDGE BY TH OVOCA COACH.

TO WOODENBRIDGE BY THE 0TOCA I.,. I. - j; ,, cI Ac : - - 1 ..,1 v . . i. . _ - ;. . =, , .. . i That there was not a crowd-of anxious tourists '3 at the Shelbourne .Hotel on Saturday morning, b eager to be booked for Ovoc? on Mr. James Tur-' b bett's Coach-and-Four, and that many
11 June 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

| 7 -LAW INTELLIGENOF. I YE3TERDAY. COURT OF APPEAL. (Before Chief Justice Morris, the Lord Chief Baron, and Lord Justice Fitzgibbon.) ir MAnQuis OF DONEGAL AND OTEESS, APPELLANTS; " The hearing of this appeal tas resumed. 'The ap- O alntis, the Ararquts of Donegal, I H R Cht. ch
14 June 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.

THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.

rME NATIONAL LEAGUEL 0 - I} Yesterday the usual fortnightly meeting of the I enDtriL, Branch of the Irish National League was, 4 t' at the offices, 39 tpper Sackville-strect, I Mr. THOMAS MArcF, hf.P., in the chair. 'litcrr were also present- T larrmnhitoo, M P; lfredl Webb. T C,
14 June 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SURCHARGING THE RATHDOWN GUARDIANS.

SURCHARGING THE RATHDOWN GUARDIANS.

SURCHARGING TH, RATDOWN GUARDIANS. i - Yesterday at the weekly meeting of the Bath- 10 down loardef sardias, J M Burke, J F, in the Iii chair, the following letter was read in reference to St the recent surcharge on three of the guardians, )e ?? - George Hodson, Bait ; George, id
14 June 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

I I R f d (By Freeman Special Wire.) " LONDON CORRIMPONDENCE. a Freeman Office. 211 Strand, London, g Thursday Morning. t Mr. Parnell has written to mr. Healy urging uk him strongly to rasgn his seat for the borough of e Wexford and to offer himself to the county of .eMounhaa fo
14 June 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland