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ROLLS COURT.

ROLLS COURT.

The Governors of the Royal Ifospital V. Worthie7qton. Judgment was given in this case on Tuesday. ?? as a bill for an inrjunction filed by the governors of the Royal Hospital of King Charles II. against the defendant. The bill stated that the plaintiffs were seized of lands whic
21 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY GRAND JURY ROOM—YESTERDAY.

CITY GRAND JURY ROOM—YESTERDAY.

I i 0 .OUND 3URY ROOMYISTERnAV. A A^ A A. _ AAof ?? ae A A la 8 . -, . The adjournedsitting of tile City Grand jury was held on yesterday, Alderman HOYTE, the Foreman, in the chair. INvEsrIGATtON AT 'TH 5lE1IFFS PJIISON. The followinggetilernen, Cilptslin Oshorne, Mr. Cal- laghan
21 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL BANK OF ENGLAND.

IMPERIAL BANK OF ENGLAND.

I ?? BANK OF ENGLAND. . I The adjpruned traceting of the claimants was held at the Clarence Hotel, Manchester, on Monday last, but ?? so numerou.ly attended as former onei. Mr. Dradhs e(one of the trustees),in the chair. Mr. Hitcheock sard thitt at the preceding meeting the defei
12 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE AOYAL, DUBLIh. HIS Present TUESDAY, November 19, 1839, the T performance will commence with the Comic Piece of MASTER'S RIVAL After which the Comic Piece, called THE RIVAI PAGES. ?? (asbriginally performed by her), Mrs. Honey. To be followed by the finvourite Interlude of
19 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RIBBONISM—THE POLICCE AT FAULT.

RIBBONISM—THE POLICCE AT FAULT.

iRM3BONXSM.THE POLiCi AT FAULT. I r * r s .. . . We could almost imagine, after casting our eyes over the columnis of the Evening. fail, and its correres, that we are living in the very midst of Whiteboys and Ribbonmen, or that. the palmiest days of ?? Irishmen' are returned. Dar
02 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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POOR LAWS—TUAM UNION.

POOR LAWS—TUAM UNION.

POOR LAIVS-TITAM UNTON. I r _ £ ._ - - .. .. .. The first meeting of the guardians of the poor of the l Tuam union was held in the Courthouse of that town on t Monday last. At one o'clock Mr. Burke, assistant poor Ii law commissioner, accompanied by Mr. Walter Blake, s returning
19 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS OF THE DAY.

NEWS OF THE DAY.

NEWS -OF THE DAY. T - - f - . t " \ . . - It was not enough that the Grand Jury of the city of Dublin, mairabile dictu, should come to the unanimous con- clusion that the reb7iidting of Newuate was unnecessary; we foresaw, of course, that the thing would not end there' and that t
13 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1839.

DUBLIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1839.

THE FREEMAN'S JOI-RAL I DUBLIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 139. THlE EAST. The Turkish question is as far from settlement as ever. The King of the Barricades has formally seceded from "'the statue quo alliance," and de- c dared in favour of the pretensions of Mehemet Ali. " France," s
09 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH FAIRS

IRISH FAIRS

KANTURrK, Nov. 4 O.Our tair h.re to-day could afford to have been better in the way of pure horses. In-calf heifers were from 51. los. to 61.; strippers in tolerable de- mand, brought 61. to 71. ; good prime ones from Si. to 81. 10s. ; milch cows fetched from 71. lus. to 81. ; a
09 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE CORPORATION.

MEETING OF THE CORPORATION.

ML ?? I . . . The adjourned meeting of the Board of Aldermen ardti Common Council was held yesterday at the City Assem- p bly-room, Williafn-street, g The HIGH SSERIs in the ohair. o The meeting was publicly noticed for two o'clock, at d which time the greater number of the Comm
05 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland