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MEDICAL PROFESSION.

MEDICAL PROFESSION.

EDICAL POFESSION.. COBRESPOWDEINCE. I. 32, Harcourt-street, 13th Nov., 1839. DEAR SIR-I find in the Medical Press of this day the followi~ng language, applied, to the authors of an advertise- ment which appeared in the GeneralAdvertiser, signed -a Lecturer in a Private School"_-.
20 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTEL LIGENCE. COURT OF QUE EN'S BENCHI- YESTEIIDAr. (Sittings in BWinco.) Sc/oealvs v. Kirheuocid. Mr. Ho)mes was heard yesterday in this case, and having concluded, the court proceeded vith the law list, no vase on which possessed any public interest whatever. EXCHEQUER NIS
13 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 
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
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE VINDICATOR.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE VINDICATOR.

THE EDITOR OF THE VINDICATOR. Sir, —lt from the public prints that, in many parts of the country, those annual exhibitions of follythe fifth-of-November farces—have been repeated. * It would be well, Sir, if the whole affair could Ikj consigned to oblivion; but it must stand reco
16 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Phrenology Illustrated UY NICH O L L S SVPOS.EVTXC PERUKES. ** There’s in the web of them.”— Shakspeare. WNICHOLL, calling

Phrenology Illustrated UY NICH O L L S SVPOS.EVTXC PERUKES. ** There’s in the web of them.”— Shakspeare. WNICHOLL, calling

public attention to the above PERUKE, begs leave state its superiority over all other Perukes, for lightness and durability, the hair being secured in a novel and peculiar manner, to prevent it from working into the inside of the Peruke, or combing otf, the great defect of all o
16 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(From the Evening Post.)

(From the Evening Post.)

Sudden and Alarming Illness the Duke op Wellington. —Our readers will universally anticipate the deep regret with which we received last night a communication from our Dover corresnondent, announcing that his Grace the Duke of Welington had sustained sudden and alarming attack o
23 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIED,

MARRIED,

On the 10th inst., at the house of her father, the Rot. Edward Campbell, P.P., Mr. John Crummey, of Artebrackey, near Portadown, county of Armagh, to Isabella, youngest daughter of Mr. E. of Aughcnturagan, near Pointzpass. the 3d inst., special license, St. Nicholas’s Church, Li
23 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONSERVATIVE DREAM—A SEQUEL TO THE CANTERBURY DINNER.

CONSERVATIVE DREAM—A SEQUEL TO THE CANTERBURY DINNER.

The ** hip, hips,” were over, the party was up, Save those who were hopelessly down the stones; So I took Mr. Bradshaw home with roe sup, And prolong reason’s feast gin, punch, and broiled bones. In full flow of soul to the fireside we drew. And bemoaned one one our privations m
09 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland