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PRICES OP BRITISH 8TOCK ,F1D:ut Bank Stock ?? .. sut India Stock . S 0-32 Three perCent. Red. shut India bB0d^ ?? . h.. t Three pW~tent. Ca. Armuities(Jen'l860) Ditto for ?? (Dtcto)evv. 141 Tbreeandabalfper Ct. shutt tsoc 8lO0 hu Ditto, Reduced . shu e Ditto(Oct. 1880). Ditto, di
03 April 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A HIGH SHERIFF ATTENDING AT THE LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF A ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

A HIGH SHERIFF ATTENDING AT THE LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF A ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

AIGH S~gRflp A"TTNDING AT TH1 LAYING TJE FOUNDATION OF A ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH' I a - I ( t;ommrnt rtare. ) Among the many prahiewortby. numerous and respect l meei,,is that hate fur the last few years tsken ?? in th- fiugty of L Mtt, tine of the most so took place on Thursday ,s
03 April 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAW OF PRIMOGENITURE.

THE LAW OF PRIMOGENITURE.

THE LAW OF PRIMOGENITlURV It will be seen by our parliamentary report that an lxc attempt was made on Tuesday evening, by Mr Ewartlati to bring in a bill providing that in cases of intestacy, landed property be divided equally amongst the chil- dren of the deceased. Mr. Ewart, it
08 April 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL BANK.

AGRICULTURAL BANK.

(FROM THlE CLARr JOURNAL.) We must make use of the word astonishri ent, when re c ferring to the circular of the Belfast shareholders, circulated a very generally we presume, in, reference to this establish- o ment. Internal animosity has been ever the bane of our to country, an
08 April 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
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

a-w ! ., Wltos o S ; ia;f; wtas of o;verwpeclbl l rF l'ttihdedo : W. $my*b, E~qs; of Fi~ne OstXh AW. Xie4Bir'EdIf::: ql , ftd th w b wtb .che 'pienl tf sf ome :r - -lrUTa+s4 gjer s9tteri l~rrijq ;itC4 by. gritenase B¢- * or ahevag 1tYent7 8 Dt¢ed..Jb,..Wsld: S~q- °{s' of ;i.ul4Qe
06 April 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RADICALISM IN THE NORTH.

RADICALISM IN THE NORTH.

-- ?? . 1 I I Mr. O'Connell, in a manner highly honourable to his good taste and feeling, has made the amende honourable to the North. At the meeting of the association on Saturday the hon. and learned gen- tleman stated in effect that he was glad to find that he was mistaken in
01 April 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DELICATE INVESTIGATION.

DELICATE INVESTIGATION.

ffMLICAT 9 f7'V9paATTOM I el_ WnAn4Aatfv eve.nini? An ---os ?? on wedflesaiy evening ant inquest Was bedat I~or.i A-rin", it, Culti ira-r-imi, M t. :1 I ri, Idtte~ the bods' Of. J s H I -n Ma, a WSrig*, i t~ .Id i gentleiplit. of fortu le whose Gdeati ta;I taker Ei,f pajitfo' acd
03 April 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTESTANTISM AND DISSENT IN SUSSEX.

PROTESTANTISM AND DISSENT IN SUSSEX.

I ! We have read a very eloquent address delivered by the Rev. William Davis on laying the foundation stone of a chapel in Arundel. The enormities of the law church are most admirably exposed, and the great growth of Dissent in this country refer- red almost exclusively to them.
24 April 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CANADAS.

THE CANADAS.

On Monday evening meeting, convened by the Working Men’s Association, was held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, London, for the purpose (as stated in the placard) of ascertaining whether the people of England and Ireland will sanction the base proposals of the Whigs to destroy th
07 April 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland