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IRISH VOLUNTEERS.

IRISH VOLUNTEERS.

IRiSH VOLUNTEEllRS. Ac, adjourned meieraitgeilt this soci-~ty took place yesterday 5£ the CornErobaOlitg; JOHN DOYLIE, Eeqain the clair.a The following gentlemen were aduritted members of the P 'Volunteers ;-Tlie Very Rev. Dr. Fitzgerald;- Miessrs. John r Costello, Patrick M'Dorm
14 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPE IAL PA RLIAMEN7T. (rit;O A SECOND 10ITION Or TiSe SUN.) IOUSE OlF COMMUNlS-MoNDay, Ftn. ll. The SPEARj3t took the chair short y beforer four o'clock. Mr. DEN ISON presented a petition irom he justiCe6 of the peace of the eounty of Nottingham, praying that they ught bet MIlow
14 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD ALTHORP A THEORIST.

LORD ALTHORP A THEORIST.

LO. . THOP4 A THEORIST . Nothing conmesimore zeadilf l o foolisb ignorant people ,tban, a suser at, thqoriiate, and yet they are eternally theor.w7ing ed'. * aosL-dogmoticaUy, without knowing it.- Lord Althirp, iih as so leading a persquage, eo so0i-, .SO. free froze any levity,
05 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAILURES OF THE FACTION.

FAILURES OF THE FACTION.

fbere is lot a depaitment of the state in which tbe iebl ci Jity, impolicy, gnorance; and incapseity of the Whig lords lnI cilmisrule, havenotbeen glaringlymsnifeated in tbe signal fiilure of their ecbemi5, their plans, and prijects. To begin -ith the beginning:--. LoRD Gatv's a
20 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

rHE.FASI(IONABLA WORLD. r- ?? BRItF CHRONr St AND AaSaRAor OF THCE TIiM", to Hb Majesty. beld an investiture oia Thursday aftern:-o04, at id St.Jamesa's Palace, of the most honourable Military Order of n the aeth, which wS4 very Auuairously - attended, owing to tbe . diepensalion
13 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW REPORT.

LAW REPORT.

4AW RTPOlRT.. tO KIG'S 9 M -NCI- ?? AiNcI TFsimav. (Siitirg;sM i Priiis, bery . Mr,.Juswica J,,7 , ecod a ey! IANVA W. MiLLETT A'W A IIALAHIIAV. 1 -r. .RossiR~iv opeited the pleadlngo :& bhalf of' the. of 1,titbt. ,1ttve apeoiurvtf.assiutrciaW, brooght by plaintiff "'s .xgninst d
13 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

'T'O THE EDIroR OJ' THE FREEMAN. Sin-May I trtuble ynu to give l,sartionf to the inclosed in your valuable columns, and you will oblige your very obedient servant, JOHN BUVRIE P.P. of Castlepollard. Martinstown, Ist Feb., 1833. Sirn-As the beaten Conservative faction of tbis coun
04 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE BIRMINGHAM POLITICAL UNION.—TUESDAY, FEB 19.

MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE BIRMINGHAM POLITICAL UNION.—TUESDAY, FEB 19.

I MEETING OF' THE CO . , TiH 9IPMNG _ I1HAlM POLITITAL UNA1QNAT41DAy. Fgj 19. The meeting of a,-.coull 'thibevning iss fully attended'- the reom indeed was arowded-iaeftylo saut>tion. G'eatin. dignation wae felt t the ?? measures sobroduced ny Earl .Grey respeeting Ireland. Sever
25 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH SYMPATHY IN FAVOUR OF IRELAND.

ENGLISH SYMPATHY IN FAVOUR OF IRELAND.

en ( As we announced in the FR EEMA N of Saturday, ty. public sentiment in England is excited to the highest ~re pitch against the infamous provisions of the Irish coercion bill. It is no longer viewed as a measure ile intended for Ireland alone. The people of England ts, now re
25 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

_ London, February 21, 1833. i Some of the respectable London j urnals contradict the sup- IS position, and confidently contravene the fact, that English opinion arid feeling are opposed to the measures of war and 7g oppression contemplated by ?? government towards Ireland. iS H
25 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland