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THE CONSERVATIVE DINNER AT LEEDS.

THE CONSERVATIVE DINNER AT LEEDS.

Mt CONSEfVATIVE DIMew AT LEtDg. Since it was publicly announced that Sir F. Burdett and other distinguished individuals had accepted the invitation to attend the anniversary dinner of the Leeds Operative Conservative Association, the demand for tickets has been so great that no p
21 April 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—LONDON, WEDNESDAY.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—LONDON, WEDNESDAY.

I COTUT 0P QMS BENCIT-LovDo, WEDIMSDAY. This being the first day of term, the judges came down in procession to Westminster. The hall was but thinly at- t tended, the unfavourable- state of the weather no doubt alarming many of those who would otherwise have been visitors. Lord D
21 April 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTTRY MARKETS.

COUNTTRY MARKETS.

COUNTTRY- AARKETS. BELFAST, APRIL 19.-White Wheat, per 112 Ibs, 1-s to 13s 6d; Red ditto, lls 6d to 13s 3d; Oats, Poland, t6s 6d to 7s od; Potato ditto, 6s 8d to 7s 3d; Oatmeal,'t1, 6d to 12s 5dpercwt; Flour, 1st, O0s ad; seconds, (Os Od; thirds, 1 4s Gd per cwt; Potatoes, Is 4d
21 April 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

vaSMITHFIrLD, I 11URSDAY, APRIL 19.-This day's market was small, and prices continue high. . Prime Beef, 60s to 5rs d per cwt; inferior dl, from 45s to ?? Od per cwt,' sinking offal; prime 'Mutton, 61d to 7d per Ib; inferior ditto, from bd to 6Qd per lb sinking offal; Veal, 8d t
21 April 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE SICK AND INDIGENT ROOMKEEPERS.

MEETING OF THE SICK AND INDIGENT ROOMKEEPERS.

MEETING OF TIHE SICK AND INDJGENT ROOM- I F KEEPERS. An extraordinary general meeting of this body was held last night at the Royal Exchange, for the purpose of receiv- ing the report of the committee appointed to audit the ac- counts of the society, and for other purposes stated
17 March 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. The Public is respectfully informed that MR. POWER Is engaged for twelve nights only, and will make his sixth Appearance since his return from America, this Evening. THIS Present FRIDAY, January 26, 1838, the Enter- tainments will commence with the celebrat
26 January 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILLARNEY STEAMER.

THE KILLARNEY STEAMER.

I - . T; ' mir . -b . _ I_ -The -foi1~ig.lloind s p tlcsiilar;..- A fated vessel, 9;rk ihen fiuio the (fbrk &easad ?0 ?? T The captain iendeivomn-ri ZetIL -make~our harbour, en#Ahen.it'5ie- ?? whC~ accouits, foir'i 5etwardof Cork-i-ttiejtfijt&f i iq- save" ?? f bispaasenger; w id
26 January 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS 4TU5DAY. Bank ?? 206S Indi a S ?? 4 r Three per Cent. Red,492 ndia ?? i Three per Cent. Cons,91ii I Annuit. (Jan.1860) I1 1-16 Ditto for Account .91i* Ditto, New (ditto) Three'& a Halfper Ct.loO Ditto (Oct. 1859) 14 13-16 il~tpo, ,Red~ucedA .. . .:.1 Ditt
26 January 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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PATRCEK'S DAY. THE Annual Supply of Patrick's Day Tea a at Parliament House, price Sixpence. N. B.-Hot Tea Cakes every Evening, hreepene and Sixpence each. SWIFT'S LUNATIC ASYLUM. March 15th. hAVING tried every private means inmy powe o ghtan nvesttion before the Governors to sub
17 March 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STANDARD.

THE STANDARD.

THtEFIREMAN' S JOURN AL. DUBLIN: SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1838. It is well to have an honest confession from our worthy cotemporary; but this is not to be expected editorially, and must be looked for amongst the correspondents. One of these "great unknown," who uses the signature of
17 March 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland