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PUBLIC EXECUTION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

PUBLIC EXECUTION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

PUBLIC EXECU'IOIO'N IN SOUTH AUSTRATIA. Tlie borril scen1 is thus llescrilbol by ail eyc-wit- uess:-..Mlgec was an Irish Catholic, abiotL 21 years I ot' age, anid hadi boen tolluill guiltV, oil thiO oeacrcst evidenve, of ?? enterilig the sittlig-rooln of Mr Saniuel Smalt, the she
08 February 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORDINATION AT GLASTRY.

ORDINATION AT GLASTRY.

ORDINATION AT OLASTRY., ()ii Tuesday thle 29th of January, the Preshytery of Bangor orilainet A'r Gilbert Jamison to thle Pis:toral oftlice of lile congri-gation of Glastry. T'he L'ev. Mr. Graham, of Bundnonald, preached anl eloquent and im- prbstivo ?? from Eph. v. 32. Thle Rev.
08 February 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

SMITHFIELD, THuRsDAY, FEB. 7._-his day's market was small, and prices as high as last week. Prime beef from 65s to 60s per cwt.; Inferior 48s to 55s., sinkitig offal; prime mutton 6bd to 7d per lb. ; in- ferior, 6d to 6jd; veal 7d to 7Ld per lb. pork 4jd per lb.; lambs 24s to 26
09 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.

LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.

Th The London journals, of Saturday which reached stepp vs yesterday in due course, do not contain any con- highi Til tinental news. The foreign expresses had not ar- galla rived up to the hour of going to press. By the shire: Mon, previous day's arrivals we learn that Marshal v
04 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRECURSOR SOCIETY.

PRECURSOR SOCIETY.

PRECURSOR SOCrETY. An adjourned meeting of this body was hold on Saturday I at the Corn-Exchange Rooms, Tuonzkts CLONEY, Esq., of Graig, in the chair. On being moved thereto, he said that lhe felt much obliged for the compliment which had been paid him it his being called on to p
04 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE CITY REGISTRY.

THE CITY REGISTRY.

THgE CITY REGISTRY. The, Gtobe of, Saturday; (in an, article on Irish sti corpqratp reform) contains a paragraph which might i hiave;been Sell headed "important if true:' Alasi pi for the Dublin Tories, exclaims our cotemporary,re their misfortunes Icbmes not singly-" they tread
27 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN LAWS.

CORN LAWS.

MEETING AT 'MACROOMl. A meeting took place at Maacroom on Monday, for the purpose of petitioning parliament against the repeal of, or alteration in, the present corn laws. The town presented an appearance of unusual hustle. Groups of people, who thronged the streets, proceeded,
21 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

GREAT AGGREGATE MEETING-DEPARTURE OF THE MARQUIS OF NORMANBY. lITHERE will be an AGGREGA.TE MEETING of the 'CIT'IZENS of DUBLIN THIS DAY (Thbrsl) the 14th Instant, at Two o'Clock, P at the AIIBEY.STREET, for the adoption of an d Excellency, upon his Departure from Ireland pis THO
14 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

e FIRE NOTICEM, HIIBERNIAN INSURANCE OFFICE, No. 42, Dame-street. nRHE HIBERNIAN COMPANY having tranfeired IL' their Fire Insurance business to the Sun Assurance Company of London, which is one of the oldest and most respectable of that city, I beg to acquaint you that I have bee
28 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POOR LAWS—SIR RICHARD MUSGRAVE.

THE POOR LAWS—SIR RICHARD MUSGRAVE.

1'ChBEPOOR LAWV SIRY 6 RICHA-RD MUSGRAVE. I TO THIE EDITOR OF TILE WATERFORD CHRONICLE. Toruin, February 24, 1839. SIR-I feel under the necessity of addressing you, in order to lay before the public some proceedings in this county under the new poor-law act. Mr. O'Donoghue, the a
28 February 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland