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THE UNIVERSITY

THE UNIVERSITY

I (Curry, Dublin) Opens with a pompous article, entitled " Prospects of the British Empire." The writer treats of the aggressions of RUssia, the disaffection of Canada, the incompetency of Lord Durham, and other nice questions of policy. His ar- guments are clap-trap declamation
18 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. MR. STEPHENS

THE REV. MR. STEPHENS

rtr ?? 91- 1 -- - - ar v_ . - cw (fruli tfte Uorrespornd nt of thre Srn.r MANiC5SESi'ri, \\'ErsscsnAV.-Now thrit ae t'w daysl'sve elapsed, and tn p -b ic hbave wtea a:llohw to ?? a little I tifern the ndtu're Ilfft Irs fl'esdrl5 .insrttrd -rrlakrst'he Rcv. Mr. StephinIIs, at vea
07 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS—WAR OFFICE, JAN. 4.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS—WAR OFFICE, JAN. 4.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS-WAn OFPICE, JAN. 4. t±1 -t ! _L. a __ _ _ _ . _. -- . - . . .. 3d Light Dragoons-Brevet Major Michael White, from the 11 th Light Dragoons, to be Major, without purchase, vice Andrews deceased, 11th Light Dragoons-Captain Richard A. Reynolds, from hbilfpay of
07 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALL AT THE CASTLE.

BALL AT THE CASTLE.

A Accepted invitations for the ball on Thursday, the 7th February:_ The Lord Chancellor. The Duke and Duchess of Leinster. Earl of Howth. Lady C. Stanhope. HoNournAsLr MEsSRS.-H. L. Powys, D. Plunket, P. Plunket, t. Plunket, Ffrench, W. O'Grady, R. O'Grady, G. Spencer, Major Sou
09 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONS AND VARIETIES.

FASHIONS AND VARIETIES.

Her Majesty too], equestrian exercise on Wednesday in the Riding Honse at Pimlico. Viscount Melbourne had an audience on Wednesday of her Majesty. The Queen honoured Sir Francis Chantrey with asitting on Wednesday, at the new Palace. The Earl of Erroll, Viscount Melbourne, Visco
09 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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YESTERDAY'S MAIL.

YESTERDAY'S MAIL.

FRANCE. The Paris papers of Tuesday have arrived, but bring no news of importance. The confidence of the opposition journals, and the bitterness with which those of the ministry spoke of the situation of affairs, were held to indicate that the prospects of ministers from the app
09 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE-YFSTEnDtY. ttEAD Orr'CE. PROSECUTIONS AGAINST LICENSED SPxRIT-uEALERS. Patrick Stafford of Kilinainham, was summoned f jhai Persons tippling in his house atthhorovtnoccin- the nigh t of Sunday, the 20th January last olce-constable Trhompson5 stated that hosa awoa en
09 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

compsliane withnaiy pioton roi rmrus'ar~twle s V)e b 1 f.f Thsnd nn, n o-or w (TursAy). Mr.BarettTamciq~ . 1. ft3R Mary Goneril, Mrs. iBarrett. . isnf' X i;.J witlanceb it his Fadesss sai PcAtin r(tinarymerformanes LIVING LIONS, TIGERS, >LEO^7AiJ5 * ;o On which Occa;sso)v tie jri
29 May 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1839.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1839.

TlE F.REEMA'S-JOU NA;L| _ _I. .. . .IIDUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, :MAY'29;A839' ' WAR IN THE EAST. By the Paris papers of Saturday we learn tha the government of Louis Philippe has r eceived tc. counts of the actual commencement of hostilities between the Sultan and the Viceroy of Eg . Th
29 May 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT CHARTISTS MEETING AT KERSAL MOOR.

GREAT CHARTISTS MEETING AT KERSAL MOOR.

GREAT CHARTIST MEETING AT KERSAtI - MOOR. _ l ManCi ester, Saturday Evening, May 25. A Chartist meeting, which was to have been "a a grand demonstration" of the inhabitants of South Lancashire, in favour of the Charter, was held at Kersal-moor, this, day.. The place fixed on is y
29 May 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland