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ATROCIOUS CONDUCT OF THE POLICE.

ATROCIOUS CONDUCT OF THE POLICE.

I ATROC1Ot8 CONDUCtT -OF THE POLc A. 8snguinary occurreoce;ehappened on the eveni Tuesday, at the terminsiioft of John-stzeet, near Mulgravoi street; Some persons in a state of intoxication x rt wrangling, and collected around them a considerable erowd Two of the police came up,
09 May 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BISHOPS AND CHURCH RATES.

THE BISHOPS AND CHURCH RATES.

I THE BISHOPS AND CHtTRCH RATES. The bishops, ever foremost in promoting the inte- ter, twtei rests of the poor and the advancement of true religion, toI have declared against any alienation of the sacred of s treasures of the church. Bless their saintly souls Icu. may the rotund
13 March 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREENACRE—RECORDER'S REPORT.

GREENACRE—RECORDER'S REPORT.

?? QREENACRE-RE6CORERWS REPO T. ,Qji* Wednesday the Recorder xade his report to his -Ma- jestyi of the undermentioned prisoners under sentence of -:Pth in the gaol of Newgate, viz. :-Charles Cocket, 20; Wasington Yarrold, 18; Edith Taylor, alias Rugg. 42; tlraoas Waters, 18; Jose
01 May 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

-ADELPHI THEATRE, GREAT BRU4SWICK.STREET, PEg V l onMONDA YS the 28th A UGUST, 1837, pil ° FOR THE WINTER SEASON. THE CELEBRATED MONSIEUR PHILLIPPE, F'OMt PARIS, whose wonderful performances have elicited bursts of lue, in all the places where he had the honour to Ob p., in annou
26 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EDGWARE-ROAD MURDER.

THE EDGWARE-ROAD MURDER.

THE EDGWARE.ROAD MURDER. On Wednesday, prior to the removal of Greenacre and Gale to Newgste, they were conducted to a. private' apart- meat of the mew ptison, where they were shortly ifterjoined by Mr. Price, the barrister, and their solicitor, with .whom they conversed. On the
10 April 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

I GENERAL EVANS'S DISPATCHtES. Iran, May 19. wI Most Excellent Sir-I have now the honour to report to Pi' your Excellency the final result of the operations of the last v& few days of the corps d'armee entrusted to my command. tb On the morning of the 16th instant the two battal
29 May 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

I ' pRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. London, Thursday, May 25. The course which ministers will pursue in consequence of the virtualdefeatof theproposition for the regulation of church rates is, of course, the most piominent topic for speculation in the political world here; but I am aware
29 May 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LA W INTELLIGEBCE. MEETING OF THE TWELVE JUDGES A meeting of the Judges, except tile Cbief Justice, was held on Satuiday in the Grand Hall, of the Kfng's Iens, fi r the purpose of hearing counsel on two ?? important sub. l jects, which have beet for a considerable period under co
29 May 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FICTITIOUS VOTERS IN CARLOW.

FICTITIOUS VOTERS IN CARLOW.

| The Times has been enlightening the public with N learned disquisitions on the evidence taken before I' the Fictitious Votes Committee. It has "' penned t hundreds of giant pages," and the conclusion it ar- r rives at is, that " the genuine constituencies of Ireland a are stra
27 October 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW LITERARY ASSOCIATION.

NEW LITERARY ASSOCIATION.

W(. -V, ,T I OCAI NEW, ~jTERRARY ASSOCIATION. n WVe undecstand that a new Joint Stock Company is nova 'e in the course of formarion, under the name of "he Natjon'al t, Assocpi tion, of Authors and Literary Men," Theobject of th hesociety-is to afford encouragement to men of .geni
23 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland