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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUE SUN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUE SUN.

I SR_-The case is this: the Irish church " reform' bill, as it is falsely called, is now before the Lords, atter having been sent from the Commons by the Whig majority, against a minority, composed partly of Tories, and partly of Radi- cals, amongst whom I should certainly have
16 July 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

JMPERIL PARLIAMJENT. ,. - W;SX OF C IMmONS-VFaIPAY5 JULY 12. Q..( du4deftM our paper7of yeftrdlay,) ;EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER. I On'tbe rnotion' f hr. .C. GRANT, .the house went into !eommittee'on thA4 bill, NW, resomed the eonsidei'tion of , `.Mr. O'CONNELL said, the only ob
16 July 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

¶TH3EATRlE-ROYALit <'i-u BENEFIT OF THE AFRICAN ROSCIU Arid moat pusifivey bis Last Appearanc'tbis Seas ,. Pns FRESENT MONDAY, JANUARY 14, their T 1ajestiesa Servauts will perform thii, 'Third and Fifth culs Of OTHELLO. Othello, by tbe Africn' Rrls'ius; I ogo, 'Mlr.' H. Cookk .iM
14 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MALLOW ELECTION PETITION.

MALLOW ELECTION PETITION.

|: r I MAALOOV I^vI IfiWN PERTITION. I lo ?? ELDITOR OF. ifi FRIEESMAN'S JOURNAL. Slin -1Iaving is e: ti'e ciurdacteristLC avidi y With which the decision of the committee appointed to-hear the petition rpilivt my reariac fitor ihitSllo-, las beenn seized on brit'ota writers fiur
06 May 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

SPOR TING. es, Mr. 1?ERMOY RACES-- TiUReSDAY. oM. Mitchell's Water-Witch ?? 1 1 Mr. Copiisger's Muskerry 'Lass ?? .. 2 2 4e Mr. Purcell's Kig of Diamonds ?? ?? 3 0 3(t Mr. Sinyth's Kate 4... ?? 4 3 .ce, SECOND RACE. cr Mr. Hunter's Ada ?? ?? II of Mr. Smyth's Jamie ?? ?? ?? 2 2 r
07 October 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

. HULA Q _la ?? - -1_ - _ ' Ino aevanin regismentot 0 ragoon Uurrds, which have -been quartered in Dorchester barracks and the neighbouring towns, marched on Wednesday morning'for this city, on their Poite to Cork. Two troops arrived on Thursday, and' enbarked yeteqsay in the Ci
16 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEMOIR OF MARSHAL GERARD.

MEMOIR OF MARSHAL GERARD.

i - - M£EMOIR OF MARSHAL G(ip I .. ~~ ?? -A r Nauuice steprien ?? bornl on the 4th ?? A ~ earlyas hia ineteentn~hee , bocasca 7j,,5jlutoe).- A4 t bttl1on of tbat department. H Isteig ?? ti battleid of Fleuiuis,' ?? ?? a d1.at ttb ,.4Jo, commrandod dti ecmont. 4ppolha~ ardtth d r
16 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTY DONEGAL.

STATE OF THE COUNTY DONEGAL.

STATE OF YTlE COUNTY DRGAL - I I b ris fug.. .. f . -- ?? ?? wnenever rae oppressee peasantry exhibit, a obtain- relief fron the cruel irositmons ibto a dei.re to subjected in manyparts of Ireland, reportso, Nal'ch movements are cireulated, and the most trivial efe to. - nified,
29 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW REPORT.

LAW REPORT.

IV B 4EPORT. K INiG'S BE-NCH. Y55ThRDAY. TYIRRELL t- RIRISTOW. This was an action of trespass agsinst Bristow, who, it was alleged, took a piece of ground from plaintiff which ad. joined his (plaintiff's) house. Upon this he built a very large and commodious bonse, but rested the
29 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

WANTS. i N APPRENTICE Wanted in an Old Est' d A Woollen and Manchester Warehonse. A Lad whose Parents are respectable wfill be taken, with a moderate fee. Address J. K. -t the Office of this Paper. rANTED, a Young Manl who perfectly un.derq, id X v the Grocery Business; he was b
12 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland