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THE ARBIY.

THE ARBIY.

Parties of the 15th, 37th, and 87th are now recruiting in Limerick. Recruiting parties for the 32d are ordered to Armagli, 48th to Bristol, 58th to Maidstone, and 59th to Tiilliamore Captain Romilly, Scots Guards, Captain Williams 24 t1, Lieut. the Hon. T. Dillon, 60th Rifles, C
18 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OTTERDEN MURDER—THE INQUEST.

THE OTTERDEN MURDER—THE INQUEST.

THE OTTERDEN MTUlRDER-THE INQ1-F;ST. On Tuesday an inquest was held on the hody of Tlae -i Giles, the unfortunate woman who was murdered on ;el night of Saturday week, before Mr. Hinde, coroner. It would be vain to attempt to describe the horror and coii- sternation which this mu
18 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEMOIRS OF THE REV. MR. STEPHENS.

MEMOIRS OF THE REV. MR. STEPHENS.

MEMOIRS OF THE REV. MIR. STEPHENS. (Front the London Observ r.) [The following sketch of Mr. Stephens has been communi- cated to us by a gentleman who, although entitled to every credit for the honesty of his' opinions, h1a1 clearly a mistaken leaning in favour of the conduct of
02 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VA RIETrTEs I Her Majesty give audiences on Tuesdey at Buckingham Palace Vto Viscount Melbourne and Lord John Russell. The Duke of Cambridge visited the Princess Augusta at Clarence House, St. James's. The Duchess of Gloucester dined with her Royal Highness on Tuesday
10 May 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAYS IN IRELAND.

RAILWAYS IN IRELAND.

I ~O TflO~!RAAITWAYS IN IRELAND. lITO TROMAS n.t.. TV LMM flSWslecxlGRA", ESQ., CHAIRMAN RAILWAY S'a...The firstreport Of the committee appointed at the m e etin g co nta ne d by you at the C ornile rell B iling ot viemerti l Itut af ?? the 22d November lat, contains in e eer the
28 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS OF THE DAY.

NEWS OF THE DAY.

Parliament was prorogued on Thursday in the usual form, until Thursday, the 12th of December. The commis. sioners were the Lord Chancellor, the Marquis of Nor6 I manby, and Lord Falkland. The House of Comnione was represented by Mr. Rickman, one of the clerks, and the officers o
26 October 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

I The Rieht-R- SESSION8. ESTEDAY. Aess ,111t tion. the Recorder took his seat ton the bench at the udual hour, and proceededlto dispose otth followi custody cases s fh olwn Eliza, Hester, and Mary Anne Cavanagh were indicted for exposing an infant to perish, and in another count
26 October 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLIUE-YESTERDAY. COLLEGE-STREET OFFICE. i PC.BLICANS' CASES.-Thomas Geoghegan, 15, Trinity-st., St was charged with keeping his house open for the sale d of spirits on Sunday the 16th of June. tl Police-constable 9 A deposed that on the morning of sl Sunday, the 16th of J
17 July 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREENMAN'S JOURNAL. I SIR-The ivi1'i hfll -- .- * ~ ~ ~ u~~ ±si1` IYI t1EMAN'S JOURNAL. SiR-The ivil bil jrditin iscetedl by several sta- ,tutes, tile objects o1f which vwere to render the admiinistration ofjustice, inl di-putes tile sublject of wilich were s
09 May 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS—AUGUST 9.

DUBLIN MARKETS—AUGUST 9.

DUBLIN MARKETS-AuG.UsT 9. j B 'F-Per tierce, India, 71 to 71 lOs; prime mess, ol to ol lOs; gper barrel 31 to 31 Us 6d. BACON-Per cwt, from 48s to 5os od; heavy do, 44s to 40s ; hams, 60s to 52s; pork per barrel, 76s. CANDLES-Patent mould, 7s 6d; plain fitotild) Os; dipt, 6s td p
10 August 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland