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SISTERS OF MERCY—LIMERICK.

SISTERS OF MERCY—LIMERICK.

SISTERS OF MEROT-UMflRIM We were favoured on yesterday with a visit to the insfsf tution of the Sisters of Metcy, now about one year estab- lished in this city. A new entrance has been made to the' Convent, which gives easy acces to vehicles of sit sorts, As you pass through the
04 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE-YEsTERDAY. HEAD OFFICE. ASSAULsT.-John Kelly, a shoemaker, and Margaret Kelly, his sister-in-law, were brought before their worships, in custody of Police-constable A 25, charged by John Flynn, of Kevin-street, with having assaulted him. From the facts depsed to, it
19 April 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RIOTS AT NEWPORT—CAPTURE OF MR. FROST.

RIOTS AT NEWPORT—CAPTURE OF MR. FROST.

RIOTS AT NEWVPORT-CAPTURE OF MR. FROST. A correspondent of the Sun, writing from Newport, un der the date of Tuesday, the 5th, states that the infatuated Chartists have fled to their homes, deeply deploring their insaneconfidenceiin unprincipled and cowardlydemagogues. John Frost
08 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THS CAT"tOLTC CAtRC. ItIELAND. the Rev. Mr. M'Carton, of Londonderry, one of the tndtt distinguished of the clergy in Ulster, is at present in town seeking assistance to erecta chapel in his parish, hvich is greatly required by his numerous congregation. 'The Right Rev. Dr. Ryan,
08 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECEPTION OF A NUN AT THE PRESENTATION CONVENT, LIMERICK.

RECEPTION OF A NUN AT THE PRESENTATION CONVENT, LIMERICK.

' I This imposing ceremony took place on Tuesday, at Bethlem House, Sexton-street. The lady about to be ad- imitted was Miss M1 argaret O'Gorman, youngest daughter of Mr. Patrick O'Gorman, Patrick-street, bookseller and sta- tioner. Long before the commencement of the proceed- in
08 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE CHURCHWARDENS—REDUCTION OF TAXATION.

MEETING OF THE CHURCHWARDENS—REDUCTION OF TAXATION.

MEETING OF THE CHURCHWAUDENS-R6DUC- I . ?? -TION OF TAXATION. &n adjourned meeting of the churchwardetip of Publiti, for the purpose of reducing the local taiation of .the eityj was held last evening in the Vestry-rooth of Andeon' parish. W. Hoey, Esq., in the chair; Mr. Cottle t
27 July 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND AR ,ETJE S| Her MAhjesty 'and tiei 1tichessjof K~enj t.ed~ dvn service oW.Sunday morning in thie~Chaiieoyiil, St~'AmesA The sermon was preached by thle R~ev. Dr. Mladdy, who T took his text from the I11th chapter o F St. Matthiew,' the S 28th and 29th verses. The pray
15 May 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
[ill] MARKETS.

[ill] MARKETS.

I ?? - ?? colillo'k ;VlAliii BELFAST. OCT. 31.-White Wheat ft. t39 i to 13s 6d; lied, 7s 6d to 13b 0(o; Oats 7 6d( to Ss 2d; Oatmeal 14 ?? to 15s Od per Owt; Flour, Ist, 28s to 05 OGd , 2(1, 4fis to (Os d(1 ; thirds, 4t0s to (N oid per cxvt Potatoes, Ia 10(I to 2s 4d per cwvt; ,r
06 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REGISTRY COURT—FRIDAY.

REGISTRY COURT—FRIDAY.

REGISTRY COURT-Farmty. Mr. James Martin applied, on behalf of Peter Martin, of Niehael's-bill, to have him registered anew as a ten pound leaseholder, under the 27th section of the reform bill.- itg sworn, Sir. Mlartin produced the certificate of claimant's registry, dated 25th o
11 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARLOW BOROUGH ELECTION COMMITTEE.

CARLOW BOROUGH ELECTION COMMITTEE.

I CARL'OW BOROUGH ELECTION COMMITTEE. T.HIURSDAY. The committee met at the usual hour, George Grote, Esq., chairman. The question of the vote of Caulfield was resumed. The Cbairman decided that the vote was bad, and should be struck off the poll. . At the close of the day's proce
10 June 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland