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LICENSED VICTUALLERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY.

trCENStlD VCttrACT,#Att ' PROCiroN l (I w~a~ , SOCIETY. On Wednesday the Licensed Victuallers' Protection So- ciety celebrated their sixth anniversary. Upwards of 300 , sat down to dinner on the occasion, at the London Tavern, a Bishopegate-street. T. S. Duncombe, Esq., M.P.,took
02 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUARTER SESSIONS GRAND JURYCHRISTOPHER EIFFE, ESQ.

THE QUARTER SESSIONS GRAND JURYCHRISTOPHER EIFFE, ESQ.

@ T=Ot Stgao l or,8 . a! SRY- . I CHR ISTOPHER EIFFE, ESQ. I On Friday last the Quarter Sessions Grand Jury of the c city of Dublin assembled at Radley's Hotel, Dame-street, P for the purpose of presenting their treasurer, Christopher e jiffe, E-sq., with a splendid gold box, in
04 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONSECRATION OF THE NEW CHURCH OF ST. MARY'S, DONNYBROOK.

CONSECRATION OF THE NEW CHURCH OF ST. MARY'S, DONNYBROOK.

CON8ECSARIOY OF THE N"y CHIMCU ° ST. MARY'S, DONNYBROOK, On approaching a town or village on the Continent, the most striking object which presents itself to the traveller's eye is generally ti-e cathedral or parish church, which raises a its massive walls and Gothic towers, dark
05 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

FOM"I"I'. ' UYMl; LIENNOX Ole LORNV. 1i,'o, - . Maf'y Queen," ani ?pleublishelld Tal', I1i' t;!:VIjR;EI CONNILLY, llOLYlV'VOD. l'LI.A aN lad a1 tainightt'r theufairest in Skyc, Grace tendled her AUcps aild Iove latnghl'd il lic eye; Sheo mns fair as the smi-beatit it more's rosey
05 November 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY OF DUBLIN REGISTRY SESSIONS.

CITY OF DUBLIN REGISTRY SESSIONS.

L CIT OF DUR i EG18TRY SESSIONS. I WEDNESDAY. ti Mr. Dobbs took his seat on the bench shortly afer ten o'clock. The number of claimants to register appeared tC at the time to be very numerous. James Doyle applied to register on the Liberal side as a householder, out of premises i
07 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE REGISTRIES.

THE REGISTRIES.

= THE REGIS S.ES : .: , - , . r'sw 1toss; i . ! i - ,(F(UR OWE 1N C011111SPOND'ENT.) * M i 8 New Ross,.29th October, 1839. ?? sessions were to have commenced on the 24th instant, but, by some fatality, the barrister (ht., Willis) did not arrive here until the following day. Upwar
01 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TORY LOYALTY.

TORY LOYALTY.

It was a great mistake, we find, to suppose that in downright unadultered ruffianism the Irish portion of the Tory party was distinguished above its fellows. We were for a long time under that im- pression ; but a certair] Mr. Bradshaw, the chosen one of the church, has removed
01 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOXI) ARGUMENT IN FAVOUR THE CATHOLIC DOCTRINE OF THE EUCHARIST, FROM THE WORDS OF INSTITUTION. (continued prom Wednesday’s vindicator.) We

SECOXI) ARGUMENT IN FAVOUR THE CATHOLIC DOCTRINE OF THE EUCHARIST, FROM THE WORDS OF INSTITUTION. (continued prom Wednesday’s vindicator.) We

must now east a hasty glance the argument* which the Rev. J. Oodkin promises prove that this amazing dogma is totally unscriptural, ineffably irrational and absurd.'’ first asks* What are the attributes and works of the consecrated wafer ?’* £*ir, Christ is present in the sacram
02 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the new AND YORKSHIRE WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE, .*V>. I«. MM-STIt Ki:T. BELFAST, T NOW Of'ENED, with a Large and Well-assorted Stock

the new AND YORKSHIRE WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE, .*V>. I«. MM-STIt Ki:T. BELFAST, T NOW Of'ENED, with a Large and Well-assorted Stock

of LONDON WOOLLEN and MAN-*• CHESTER GOODS, &c., purchased personally from the most eminent Manufacturing Houses, the verv best terms Cush could command, consisting of SUPERFINE WEST OF ENGLAND CLOTHS, In every shade and Colour, combining the most beautiful Finish, with a Jinn a
02 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHANCERY,

CHANCERY,

PURSUANTto the Decree in this Cause, bearin" da'e the of June, 1838, 1 will Monday, the I Ith day dnNovem• ber next, theJiou#'efj^ne o’Clock. tty l»y public Cant to the highest and b»'st bidder, all that arm those, •he Town and Lauds Kiltimnn. Toffhcr, and Hallinafiu shoge, situ
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland