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THE POWER OF THE PEOPLE.—THE NECESSITY OF ITS EXERCISE.

THE POWER OF THE PEOPLE.—THE NECESSITY OF ITS EXERCISE.

THE POWER OF THE PEOPLE.-THE NECES- -7 . - SITY OF ITS EXERCISE. . . We publish this day the speech of the Earl of DUtrHAM, delivered at a public dinner given to his lordship by the electors of Gateshead. The sentiments expressed by the noble Earl are too creditable to himself, a
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD DURHAM'S SPEECH AT A PUBLIC DINNER, GIVEN TO HIS LORDSHIP BY THE ELECTORS OF GATESHEAD.

LORD DURHAM'S SPEECH AT A PUBLIC DINNER, GIVEN TO HIS LORDSHIP BY THE ELECTORS OF GATESHEAD.

LORD DI!RHAM'S SPEECH AT A PUBLIC DINr .NER, GIVEN TO HIS LORDSHIP BY THE ELECTORS OF GATESHEAD. On bi lordship's health being proposed and drunk, Lord Durhlmn rose, and was received with the most en- thusiastic applause. IWhen it subsided, his lordship spoke to the following eff
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MERCANTILE, SALS A.UCTION OF SUGAR. .tYOiV O'NrlEIL j;TILL SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY IV NEXT, the 7th NoverhbeI, 1833, at Richard Frank- lin's Office, Commercial Building', at Olne o'Clock, 3 3V Hhds. aud Tierces SUGAR. 50 Barrels S't1GAR R. FRANKLIN, BrokeLr WINE5S.-TO THE TR
05 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW METHOD OF ENFORCING TITHES.

NEW METHOD OF ENFORCING TITHES.

I We publish the following letter, not more for the sake of the humble individual whose existence it immediately con- corns, tban the information of the public of the United Kingdom, and, more particularly, the present Irish govern- ment. To the ingenuity of the parsons it is hi
05 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAWS IN DONEGAL.

ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAWS IN DONEGAL.

I ADMrNIMSiA'rION OF THE LA:%S m DOEGAL 'is We have received several communicatibni complaining of. the conduct pursued by functionaries entrusted with the ro- dispensation of the laws-will not say with the adminis- in tration of justice-in the county of Donegal, all requesting f
05 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW REPORT.

LAW REPORT.

LAW REPOPf. 1 N, qXN COURT OF KINQS; BENC-_Y2S~rEiDthY N, X TAXATION OF COSTS& BE, r-r JAPxsON,4 K. C., in the 'ase of Keon v. Harvey, ap- plied trb the Court on -behalf of pluiiitiff's attorrIey, for an 7Gorer to the taxig offcer to receive the taxation of the bill ral !of costs
05 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

LONDQG XPOLICE. IC- THAMES OFFiCE. CiuErLy -TO' AN :PPRE.NTCE,_ On nd Friday Captain Martin WNYn'dless Green, maiterr of the ship ng Actweon, of Sunderland, last from Ireland, with corn, and let iohbu koifteledge, thiimae of the same ship, were eharded to with 'cormmitting.a most
05 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

Cobk.— Glcnvllle and Old Monday: Curras and Maun, Tuwd.iv ; Rarnagrove. Wednesdaxi and f'ernioy, Thursday: Bandun, Carrigaline and CarTigtwObill, Fiidav. Keurv.—Castlemaln, Monday; Kilfin, Tuesday and Wednesday; Tra lee. Thursday and Ftldak. % Liubkick.— Tullow, Monday; Drumcoln
02 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TAMVO DOWN ROUSES.

TAMVO DOWN ROUSES.

pnaiws an «Id bouse ruinous *tate—nest It Is another equally bud. 1 to remove my but the owner the other house ways if Ido so, that v)ll finable. Now, beg opinion, whether I mar not take doftrn my owta house, matter what the consequence may tothe«tjnhriMofMf • Answer—Querist may
02 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1833.

THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1833.

A GRICUL TURA L CORRESPONDENCE. (for the cork constitotion.) TO ** * * tn lift letter mentioned the crop* for a farmer have who to have food for ht« cattle In abundance ail the year round. It i* now but right to give direction* for their culture—for the culture of vrtchca I Rare
07 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland