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PRICES OF BRITISH SHARES-MONDAY. PAID. PER SHARE. Provincial Bank of ?? 0 ?? 43 0 to 44 0 Gen. Steam Navigation Com... 14 0 ?? 25 0 to 25 10 PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS-MONDAY. Bank Stock ?? Ilndia Stock. Three per Ct. Red. 93 India ?? Three per Ct. Cons. 93 21 Annu. (Jan.1860) 15 D
21 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I HOUSE OF LORI)S-AMONt)AY, Frrn, is. Thle house mnet at five ininuies past five o'clock. ceV CORN LAWS. fo Lord FOLEY prcsented a petition against the corn laws. TV Lord RALEIGH presented several Petitions (which1 at Lord Western was to have presented) inl favour of the corn pi
21 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN LAWS.

CORN LAWS.

LETTER FROM SIR W. BRABAZON TO HIS de CONSTITUENTS. det whi I think it is a duty I owe you, a duty I owe the situation nat you have placed me in, not to remain silent on a subject n of such importance to your welfare and interest as the repeal of the corn laws-a measure which wi
05 March 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMON PLEAS CHAMBER—SATURDAY.

COMMON PLEAS CHAMBER—SATURDAY.

;COMMON PLEAS CHAMBER-SATURDAr. .. . ?? .1 ?? ?? . . Alexzander Andetson v. the National Insurance Comp This case was submitted on Saturday to the arbitratio Messrs. Isaac English and Cooper, Alr. Fottrell, of Lif'ey- street, being called in as an umpire. Mr. Litton, Q.C., stated
05 March 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRAGICAL OCCURRENCE AT BATH.

TRAGICAL OCCURRENCE AT BATH.

.* T.RAGIGAL OGlCCURRENCE AT Bi-RAT ,I1A I or;.. a- ag w - -I - ?? *,B* a, L&rN 26i .The city, Bathof 4va yesterday and this day thrown into a state of consternation seldomovitfes5cd by a ?? not'often iieara of in Englana :Eart~yhfiterday.=^orning the alartiing news 'spreid'throu
31 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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OLD GLORY AT ASHBY.

OLD GLORY AT ASHBY.

The Conservative papers have printed columns full of the balderdash spouted by the Conservative 1 orators at the knife and fork demonstration made on Saturday last by ?? Tories. Ashby-de-la-Zouch is now doubly immortalized--- first, by Sir Walter Scott in his romance of - Ivanho
31 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. W. S. CONRAN'S CONCERT.

MR. W. S. CONRAN'S CONCERT.

I - - MR.. W. S.- CONRAN'S CONCERt. Mr. Conran's grand concert, which took place last night at the Rotundo, was most numerously attended, and was, as every one anticipated, spledidly successful. The fol- lowing distitgnkihed performer s were engaged on the oc- casin, viz. :-Vocal
11 May 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

DU.bL1N POLlVE-"ATTURDAY. , AitiAte-qUAr OFniCI. I., CAli4.-,Mr,'john Etch Iiim ws su . noned for having delayid 9'adibit Itd4 Payie into hii 4 alace of buieps, at ?? ?? e rt deing duly ijiade-, "' ?? U Upon .the ease. being qallea'on, Mr. Odiit*UlI tho sp .9il peared for the def
22 July 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE STORM—PUBLIC MEETING AT THE MANSION-HOUSE.

THE LATE STORM—PUBLIC MEETING AT THE MANSION-HOUSE.

ft.flwATE STIOPM-tPUBUC MERTI\ AT TER s; M.ssro' RVgGU3F. 1 % g In pursuance ofa resolation entered into at a Meeting oj the clergy and churchwardns of the various parishes, at the ~ansion-house, on Saturday last, a general meeting of tihe citizens of Dublin was held there yester
17 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIGH SHERIFF TAYLOR'S DINNER.

HIGH SHERIFF TAYLOR'S DINNER.

HIa SHERUPP TAThoR SIDOOR. The first othiciat dinner ?? was given o On Tuesday at Morrison's. Nearly two hundred gentlemen c dined together. Every exertion was made by the caterer t for the comfort of the High Sheriff's guests. The High a Sheriff, as chairman, was ably supported
17 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland