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DUBLIN POLICE.

DUBLIN POLICE.

I 0L.EGE-%TRPET,-A8SAULT ON ONE OF THE UNSTA2XPED PUBLICATION CLutB.---Yesterday the board-room of Col- lege-street-office was crowded by gentlemen, anxious to bear the details of an assault, alleged to have been com- mitted by Mr. Fitzgerald O'Brien upon a Mr. J. Boulger. At ti
17 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1833.

DUBLIN: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1833.

rjt ortrnuanio 3ournal. DUBLIN: SATURDAY, ?,EPTEMBER 21, JS3J. PORTUGAL. We understand the news fronm Lisbon communicated in the French papers was telegraphed to the Queen of Por- tugal, but it has not produced any known effect upon her Nla- jesty's intentions as to leaving this
21 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CASTLEBAR CORPORATION—PARLIAMENT ARY COMMISSION.

CASTLEBAR CORPORATION—PARLIAMENT ARY COMMISSION.

.CASTLEBAAR CORPORATION-PARLIAMENTARYI COMMISSION. (CONCLUDED IRItOM OUR LAST.) Mr. Chtarles O'Malley-There are petty sessions held in Castlebar every week; sometimes two magistrates and some- .times six attend ; there is seldom a lack of magistrates ; the sessions are held regul
21 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

TfLE FASHIONABLE WOROLD. . "'i ADTRACT AND BRIEF CIIROXICLE 0F TIME TnigsT Lord Duncannon and Lorid John Russell are at present in tjiis country; Sir James Graham is expected at Cove; the Duke of Richmond and Mr. Stanley intend, it is said, Icoming over from Liverpool; and should
18 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YEOMANRY GAMBOLS IN THE NORTH.

YEOMANRY GAMBOLS IN THE NORTH.

We beg. leave to draw the special attention of our readers to a letter signed Avistides, descriptive of as disgraceful a sceneas ever occurred within the walls of this city. The case assumes -a serious: character, indeed, when the yeO- manry are headed by a High Sheriff, who oug
19 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARTS IN GERMANY.

THE ARTS IN GERMANY.

TflE ARTS IN GEtIMANY, (From the Athenoam.-) Vlgpi4,- Auliusi 12..-4 have been grievously disappoint ed in tbis great apital on all that reppercts the Arts. There .ppears generally snch a propensity amongst the southern Get.in5to distinguish theInIselj- i this pursuit, and to .-,
19 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE- SOUTH AMERICA. Extract of a letter received by the Medina, dated Bogota, May 21: 11 Acceot my sincere congratulations on the happy results of the lamentable difficulty With South Carolina. 'The pre- servation of the union of the United States is a blessing f
16 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. ' DOMESTIC POLICY OF THE WHIGS.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. ' DOMESTIC POLICY OF THE WHIGS.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. ' DOMESTIC POLICY THE WHIGS. -As it has beimme the fashion with our brethren Of the press to Indite epistles, furnish "bints," and address articles the coming Secretary, see no reason why we should be out of the mode—and therefore have | strung tho follow
18 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT FAILURE IN LIVERPOOL.

GREAT FAILURE IN LIVERPOOL.

The house of Bischoff and Co., Bucklersbury, one of the most respectable in Liverpool, suspended its payments on Wednesday. The liabilities of the firm are stated to be about 150,000/. ; but hopes are entertained, that a very large per ceotage will be realised on that sum for th
18 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COLONEL LYGON*B EVIDENCE.

COLONEL LYGON*B EVIDENCE.

have the honor to command the Ist Life Guard*. How you account tor the difference between which is voted for the clothing and accoutrements ot the Life Guards, and 2,403/. which voted for those of the Blues both regitucuu having the same establishment -of men and horsc9, and per
18 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland