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REVIEW IN THE PHŒNIX PARK—THE TURKISH AMBASSADOR.

REVIEW IN THE PHŒNIX PARK—THE TURKISH AMBASSADOR.

REVIEW IN THE PH(ENIX PARRTH2 TV ,AMBASSADOR, I A ?? - i al n Ath. r-- : t ' 5'"'auxsts9.v "z w& t 1I 3 in, the garrison yesterday, on the Fifteen Acres. ; The object Of ^th iI display was undersrood to be in ?? trifr Rescbid Bey Effendi, Ambassadorh fto\the So ,it'hi to her Maje
25 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION.

NATIONAL EDUCATION.

I, . The Evening Mail is " plena Deo," in the shape of an epistle from Mr. sergeant Jackson, and the in- spiration has reduced it to the same pious indecision c as its correspondent. The sergeant was wroth at its being supposed that he could be satisfied with any c course taken
21 December 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

I -- CITY SESSTONS-YESTERDAY. . The Recorder took his seat or the benheh at nine o'clock, Jaines Tvriain, Deliis Dunne, arid D)aidel liolligan were f S- varelly iudivturd fUI stledliig se~r'rt srote wveight of malt, n the property ?? Dricy aid others. Mr. Macdonrigh was coutisel
21 December 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER AND MR. D. W. HARVEY.

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER AND MR. D. W. HARVEY.

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE CHANCEL. LOR OF THE EXCHEQUER AND MR. D. W. HARVEY. The following is the correspondence between the Chan- cellor of the Exchequer and Mr. Harvey, alluded to in the True Sun of Saturday. The letter of the Chancellor was sent on the 7th instant, and the a
21 December 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REFORM DINNER AT KENDAL.

REFORM DINNER AT KENDAL.

I This dinner, at vhich George Wm Weool, P.o.. M DP, met the Liberal electors of Kendal aid cther frier;s, uu place on Wednesday, the 20th inst., at the OUd Mllo i Hall. G. W. Wood, Esq,, Al.P., tos ktre chair. Mr. Wood's health ?? heen drunk, that gentlenrr spoke to the followi
29 September 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT OF THE JOURNALS.

SPIRIT OF THE JOURNALS.

SPIRIT OF TIE JOURNALS. STATE OF IRELAND. (From the Morning Advertiser.). That Ireland is rapidly progressing to that state of settled tranquillity which for more than three centu- ries baffled the efforts of sundry statesmen, aided by the assistance of what we might truly design
16 March 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

GENERAL POST OFFICE-NOVEMBEa 14. HOURS. MINUTES. Despatch of NrisA Carriers at ?? 8 0 A.M. Delivery finished ?? 10 10 A.M. THE PUBLICATION OF THE FREEMANW9 JOURNAL COMMENCED AT TEN MINUTES PAST SIX O'CLOCK YESTERDAY MORNING, AND FINISHED AT NINE.
15 November 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT TITHE SALE—COUNTY KILDARE.

GREAT TITHE SALE—COUNTY KILDARE.

GREAT TITHE SALE-COUNTY (From our Specjal Reporjt, Tt) RALLVTYFANANON. MONnfIf -lor . r ) ?? ?? ~ ~ 'o-a Vole hoods and exaggerated statements that fr \l the English Tory Journals, onle ;voIej ll~raxo the country in subh a perfect str,,t~ ?? peasantry so sirtguinary in their lili
02 November 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC MEETING AT LINCOLN IN FAVOUR OF VOTE BY BALLOT.

PUBLIC MEETING AT LINCOLN IN FAVOUR OF VOTE BY BALLOT.

[PUBLIC MEETINC AT LICOLM T IN FAVOUR OF I ~ ;:VOTE BY BALLOT. ?? On Thursday evening last a public meeting, convened by the Mayor, in compliance with a numerous bad respectably signed requisition, was held in the Guildhall, to consider the propreity of petitioning parliament in
06 November 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENT OF LOUGH CORRIB.

IMPROVEMENT OF LOUGH CORRIB.

I DIMPROVFMENT OF LOUGH CORRIB. I (From the Gallway Patriot.) The project for the improvement of this magnificent lake, arid the recovery from an impoverishing inundation of many thousand acres of land, proceeds with rapid strides towards a position which must command complete su
06 November 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland