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MACBETH

MACBETH

Macbeth, Kinß of Scotland, Mr. Kean; Macduff, Mr. Calerall ; Banquet, Mr. 11. Couke ; Malcolm, Mr. Hudson ; Ladv Maeb'-th. Mrs. Selby. A I’as S«ul by Miss Kaine. In the course of the Kveninpr, the Band will perform a selection of Strauss’s favourite Waltzes. , • Pretty Star the
31 October 1838 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCE OF ENGLAND.

COMMERCE OF ENGLAND.

Great Britain has, including coasters, about 147,000 ships. Burthen, tons. Return of Ships. Tonnage. Men. General Mer-1834 26.511 2.783,761 171,000 I chant vessels. 121,329 10,188,916 Coasting Vessels. 146.840 12,072,677 The whole trade of Europe does not approximate lo anything
31 October 1838 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRECURSOR SOCIETY—THOMAS’S PARISH.

PRECURSOR SOCIETY—THOMAS’S PARISH.

There was a meeting yesterday evening at Sheridan’s, Elephant-lane, of some of the parishioners of Thomas's parish, for the purpose of enr< lling members the I’recursor Society. An arrangement was entered into for the purpose of canvassing the parish, and taking the names of suc
31 October 1838 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

CITY SESSIONS-YESTERDAY. - The Recorder took his seat onl the bench, as usual, at nine 'cloUk-. (cn.\kImE or BlURGLf ASRY. John Topping and M1 ichael ritzpatrick arere indicted for f-laLaiol% antl In irglat-io-13 entering the house of Patriick Jlames lyrie, and steablitig thrrti-
01 September 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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GERMANY.

GERMANY.

MA-NmiEt, A Co. ?? TIi un i liatin of tie smaller G erman states, even of 1.3avaria, is tinaiing rapid prges Thet influence ?? mid Itissia ?? more piercilng every day, and Austria, ini~ead of energetically supportinig those w ho look to her for coontL) tolaitcio h anf sc cvss of
01 September 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE'LATRE-1{O YAL, DUBLLN. LAST WEEK BUT ONE OF THE WINTER SEASON. Last appearance but Two of MR. BALLS. HIS present FRIDAY, May 11, 1838, the perform- JL ances vill commence with the Comedy of WILD OATS. Rover, Mr. Balls; Sir George Thunder, Mr. Roberts; Harry Thunder, Mr. Hougl
11 May 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

£5,000 V'1O BE VENT, on Mortgage of Fee Simp tes- Leinster would be preferred. l Apply to Edmund O'Beirne and Son, Solicitors, No. 8, Inn's.quay. In consequence of the overflowing Public Meeting held in the Rotundo on Monday last, A LECTURE on THE EVILS OF SLAVERY, un- der the sy
11 May 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. JAMES'S PARISH—CHURCHWARDENS' PRIVILEGES.

ST. JAMES'S PARISH—CHURCHWARDENS' PRIVILEGES.

ST. JAMES'S PARISH-CHURCIWVARDENS' PRI- VILEGES. A meeting of the inhabitants of St. James's parish wa sa held, pursuant to notice, at 129, James's-street, yesterday, fo for the purpose of carrying into effect the most effective it means of establishing a dispensary in that paris
11 May 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAEtrnNT HOUSE OF LORDS-TUEsDAY, MAY 8. Lord MARYBOROUGH presented a petition from the grand jury of the Queen's county, praying that the relief to he given under the Irish poor lawv bill might be confined to to the lame and blind. The Marquis of SLIGO presented nume
11 May 1838 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland