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THE BISHOPS' PLAN OF CHURCH REFORM.

THE BISHOPS' PLAN OF CHURCH REFORM.

THE. B[SHOPS' PLAN' OF CHURCH REFORM ?? As the Bishops are very toalous id eldeavouring tc spread f abroad th's notion that they are equally' anxious with the ?? of the coinmmunity ?? fil'and coinplete'ourchreformabouldt the take place, it may' be interesting to the public to kio
31 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

TimE 'ASilOTJA#BL WORLD. ' en BR15p CHtRtONICL.E AND ASiaAtr OF USE tit.r j Thbe Marquis and Marthioreass of TIomondand Lord James od tile ltadies O'Bryen have arrived in Lindon. The ECarl of Enniskillen, Lord Cole, and the Hon. Arthur Crel, who have been for the last fortriight
19 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS.

.I - LIVERPOOL I'ARKETS. kd CORN MA ErT, MObNDA:Y JAN 7.-:-Tl'big- BlBimports of Ig Wbeat hnd Flour fromi Irelaht aid e Ii bI1 lvaaslly largs g tho8se of Oats and' Oatmeal, as Well' ag ibe other' artioles ot the trade, have cbntiniad moderai- ',Tisd6yb'w*tb a fair ae businesa, fi
11 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARCUS COSTELLO AND THOMAS REYNOLDS, ESQRS.

MARCUS COSTELLO AND THOMAS REYNOLDS, ESQRS.

CUS COSTELLO AND THOMAS REYNOLDS,, M~~g £9Ir~Sq.- - . .: - _ -- ,- -1 - . . 1 yeiterday, pursuant to a numerously and respectably signed *~itiou, i uteiting of the citimtens of this metropolis took at th. Royal Exchange, to ta e.into consideration the . ;g of Marcus Costello and
16 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1833.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1833.

?? Ebt grtesnafl'0 3ou'ram.- I DutiN: WEDNE$DA Y. 7(AN. 23, 1B33. IHE CLOSING 0! THEl SCHELDT. 'The arrivals of yesterdoy- added nothing to our previotsintfe~lBl5DCO freromhe t ontinent. hiowever, that th dclosing of ?? the part to-ith Kingof, Holland is: not'ipte'ndea to apply t
23 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY LIMERICK ELECTION—DISPUTED VOTES.

COUNTY LIMERICK ELECTION—DISPUTED VOTES.

COUNTY -LBACK * VO.TES. ?? * by Bgriingtovn'Ok b Jb IIuw1a~jyj tojipthe. 'Aile ot hei 1rtilrs Si ~t~l~;ithing p~tiie i cur ~~bjthef'cout .. CP~une h withhis sitiatue. ta te'28b ~~tif 4&twtldIO the t a)L t p l r' AeclrI ~lsanottsA ?? to Iery 2O.ee1WI adnd htall ?? m'~nowthian 0 s4
01 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1833.

DUBLIN: THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1833.

2.7t)t grectuawo 3iournal. The news from Antwerp and Brussels will be found in another column. ttnow appears, though the King of Holland has refused to ratify the capitulation of the citadel of Antwerp, that he has paid due honour to the meritorious and gallant defence made by t
03 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLLAND—EMBARGO ON AN AUSTRIAN VESSEL.

HOLLAND—EMBARGO ON AN AUSTRIAN VESSEL.

HOLLAND-EmBARGO ON AN AUSTRIAN VESSEL. ] The subijoined accounts, from the private corres- pondence of. the Times, relative to the stoppage of the A^.strian vessel on the Scheldt, we believe have been offiially confirmed. The order extends to the vessels of all nations, which, co
14 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS FROM PORTUGAL.

NEWS FROM PORTUGAL.

-We are indebted? to thbse active news agentm, tire Messrs. Johnston, of Eden,-quay, for the folo;,i,,J intelligence from. Portugal ;- Fa.MOUrJ1, JANIVARY 10.-His lltrljesy'as brig. Savage Lieutanant Loney, arrived on Thurasday from Lisbon acd Oporto, bringing a mail from the fo
14 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALLOT.

THE BALLOT.

TrHE BALLOT. rhe Eavening Pac~et has publiabed a tong it *L-1c by way of reply to our arguments in favour of the ballot. Our contemporary is not alvvays very feli- citous in its mode of controverting a point; but, on the present occasion, it has been singularly unhap - as wvel in
05 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland