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THE TITHE VICTIM.

THE TITHE VICTIM.

The case of poor Tyquin, to which we alluded yes- terday, is the subject of general conversation, and, as might be expected, has roused up public indigna- tion to an extraordinary pitch against the system to which he has fallen a victim. The circumstances of the case are simply
01 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DONEGAL POLITICS.

DONEGAL POLITICS.

--I Mr. O'Connell has already made the amende ho- nourable to the Black North. He has acknowledged s that he was in error when he stated that the Northerns were apathetic orindifferent to the cause of Ireland; . and every day's experience goes to prove that the 2 spirit of natio
07 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAWV sTEBLLIGEICE COURT OF EXCHEQUE1YsTEwAY The Chief Baron, with Barons Pennefather and Richards, took their seats at the usual hour.- Mr. D'Arcy applied to have service of ejectment deeme d good, under the following circumstances .-In a case in whieb a person named Mary Judge w
07 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BAILIEBOROUGH QUARTER SESSIONS.

BAILIEBOROUGH QUARTER SESSIONS.

m BAILI EBOROUGH QUARTER SESSIONS. I (FRON1 OUR OwN CORRESPONDENT.) Con On Friday, the 16th inst., at an early hour, the court- hay house of Bailieborougb was unusuallycrowded by respectable a petsons, anxious to witness acase in which Mr. Walter Darcy, chu 4 respectable innkeepe
28 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY.

I COIMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE-SATURDAY. The suspension of specie payments by all the banks of the United States, which was communicated to the mercantile interests marlyin the week, has been the topic of discussion in the City. This measure had been adopted at New Yolk on the 19th ul
21 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLAIMS OF THE LIVING ON THE DEAD.

THE CLAIMS OF THE LIVING ON THE DEAD.

The Bishop of London, in presenting a petition in , the House of Lords on Tuesday evening, gave a . beautiful illustration of the liberality and self-denial d of the clergy, and reminded the public that the rapa-t . city of the church only ceased when the grave had e closed over
17 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT, LONDON.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT, LONDON.

IISOLVENT DEBTORS' CUotTT, LONDON. I On Tuesday William Fletcber, the attendant on Lord Byron for twenty years, applied on his petition to be dis- charged under the act, and was unopposed by his cre- ditors. Fietcher had, it 'appeared from his schedule, been strug- gling for some
17 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROCEEDINGS OF THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE GENERAL ASSOCIA- TION. A press of other matter prevented us from re- ferring on yesterday to a notice of motion submitted . to the General Association by. Mr. Clements, to the jE effect that it be " referred to a committee to report Cl how far it would be usefu
15 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

BREA C OF PROMISE OF 1AARRIja.r COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-YESTERDAY. Henrietta Head, v. Simon George Purdon It being generally known that the trial of this case was fixed for yesterday, the interest to witness it was so general and so intense, that on the opening of the doors, at a f
15 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER, THE CROPS, AND THE CORN TRADE, AT HOME AND ABROAD.

THE WEATHER, THE CROPS, AND THE CORN TRADE, AT HOME AND ABROAD.

THE WEATHER, THE CROPS, AND TriE CORN] TRADE, AT HOME AND ABROAD. ?? . I . , I warie-lane, June v. The change of wind and ungenial temperature experienced this week has affected most of the country markets, and in- duced'farmers to require an advance of 29. to 3s. per quar- terne
15 June 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland