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FOR TIIF. PROTKCTION THE PI BLIC. It is necessary tu c .anl them against the pretensions tf-stvled opticians, v it their business to visit the magine themselves secure from ex-1, specious professions and delu>purious glasses, destructive to Manufacture,” and otter the:r Hwnrv. Wi
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC

CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC

CAUTION THE PUBLIC rpAKE NOTICE, that tho several Debentures of the Compauv of Undertakers of the Grand Canal which were held and were the property LAWSON, late of Glasthule, near the County of Dublin, at the time of his numbered and described as follows : i K EDUCE SIX PER CENT
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
H. WALKERS NEEDLES

H. WALKERS NEEDLES

(Bv authority the Queen’s Own”), WITH NEW LARGE EVES/ / “J easily threaded (even by blind persoijs), And work with great ease, having improved pointy temper, and finish. The labels are correct likenesses of her Majesty and his Royal Highness Prince Albert, in relief, on coloured
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The WEEKLY 110,000 Once. 4,*250 FREEMAN., j Evening Mail W. Register Saunders W. Warder Packet Post World W. Irishman Monitor

The WEEKLY 110,000 Once. 4,*250 FREEMAN., j Evening Mail W. Register Saunders W. Warder Packet Post World W. Irishman Monitor

Mercantile Advertiser 216.000 Three times.; 2,769 66.000 Once. 1 2,44.1 348.000 Six times. 57.000 Once. 2,194 125.000 Three times.' 1,711 124.000 Three times. 1,589 32.000 Once. 1,229 22,550 Once. 867 57,700 Three times. 740 7,500 Once. 288 LIBERAL MORNING PAPERS. Total Number o
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1*42.

DUBLIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1*42.

IRISH LAW STUDENTS, Sir Valentine Blake’s preposterous piece of legislation upon the subject of admission to the respective bars of England and Ireland has met with the fate it deserved. It has been thrown out without a division. The alleged object of the bill was to give equal
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EXECUTION AT ARMAGH

THE EXECUTION AT ARMAGH

The miserable convict Hughes has paid the last penalty of the law. He was executed at Armagh on Wednesday last. He died protesting, even at the moment before the turn of the holt had hurried him into eternity, that he had not murdered, or aided in the murder of Mr. Powell—that k
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
should bean uniformity of weights and measures. Will

should bean uniformity of weights and measures. Will

doubt, too, the intent and meaning of now under construction (25 Geo. 11. chap. was to establish a standard of weight by which the trade in corn was regulated, not only that the buyer and seller might know what each really contracted for, but that the course the trade in respect
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEEL AM) O’COWELL.

PEEL AM) O’COWELL.

The world is exceedingly impressed with the dignify which honorary distinctions bestow. who has the fortune to obtain or inherit a title, either noble or otherwise, is estimated the general run of manhind a being quite superior, intellectually and morallv, to his fellow-men who
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINISTERS' MONEY.

MINISTERS' MONEY.

The following letter, in reference to the petition on this jbjeet, which was presented on Monday Ust, was received from Mr. Sergeant Murphy : Monday, April 11 Df.au Sir write you a hasty line to say that I have seen Mr. O’Connell this moment. He wishes me to present the petition
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY

SATURDAY

Mr, Luke White having, in consequence of the rtiiver** decisions of the committee, retired fron> the the seat, the committee are ln Ine attempt to strike off a sufficient number <*f votes from the register to place Mr. Lefroy tVmjority of the legal poll. At the sitting this merl
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland