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LATEST FROM AMERICA.

LATEST FROM AMERICA.

The latest accounts fiom Arii-j" are by t e Quebec, which sailed from New York on the 23d, and by the Gar. h rick which sailed on the 26th ult. T (From the New Yorh Journal of Conam'ree of Oct. 26.) w THE Clusis.-It is now two weeks since the suspension t took place in Philadelp
18 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND FANCY BALL AT GUILDHALL.

GRAND FANCY BALL AT GUILDHALL.

On Thursday night a grand dress and faney ball and con- cert, in aid of the funds for the relief of the distressed Polish refugees, was given with great splendour in the city of London, the corporation having granted the Guildhall for bre purpose. The hall was thrown open at eig
18 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE MOST NOBLE THE MARQUIS OF NORMANBY.

TO THE MOST NOBLE THE MARQUIS OF NORMANBY.

-T ftl MOST ?? Tfr MAIl~toS or IfOj. I MANBY. We are but of yesterday, and we have overspread your empire. Your cities, your islands, your forts towns, a1d.. tastemllfes.yourvery armie, wards, companies, scribes palaces senate, and foruns swarn with Christians."-Ter to'b~an 4prlo
11 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY OF DUBLIN REGISTRY COURT—YESTERDAY.

CITY OF DUBLIN REGISTRY COURT—YESTERDAY.

CITY O IDBLIN REGISTRY COURT-YSTeZRDAr. *1 Ahsita. n es .- ?? . . . Shortly after ten o'clock, Mr. Dobbs, registry barrister, took hias eat on the bench. ;Mesrs. Rooney and Clements. attended as counsel, and' dr. J. .1.Murphy as agent for the-Liberals. Messrs. Butt,l Ifeudmani an
05 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW rN27ELLIGRNCE. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH-YESTY11DAY. I (Sittings in B anco.) Thc Queen, at the prosecetion of Lllay and Bridget Kerrigan I and lose MClecrg, m. Petcr Keraan. I Mr. James ODowd, addressing the court, observed that lie lied, ol Saturday, brought that case before Mr
26 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRMINGHAM GOVERNMENT POLICE—GREAT TOWN MEETING AT BIRMINGHAM.

BIRMINGHAM GOVERNMENT POLICE—GREAT TOWN MEETING AT BIRMINGHAM.

- BIRMINGRAM GOVERNMENT POLrCE-GREAT I -TQWN METING-t EI1JIHAM-_. '5 Tuesi'ay an important meeting of the-inh bitants of Bir- is m inghamn, convenled tby the Miayor, in accordance with the f w ishes of about 1,500 rate-payers of the borough, *as held e in the Town all, " for the
29 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1839.

DUBLIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1839.

THE FRhEMAN'S JOURNAL, IRISH RAILWAYS. We have often and emphatically urged the pro- d priety-nay, the necessity-of having government Y h and people conmbinedly apply themselves in earnest h to some grand scheme of national railways. The cant about the rights of private, specula
15 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

I DUBLIN POLICETYESTEIIDA;. DUl.N POLISCE-YE^STERDAY. as *SEAD-OFr'FtE. A low-sized, middle-aged countryman, named Loughlin, or as he himself called it, Lacky Murphy, appeared before their worships to prefer a charge of robbery against a pert- looking, and by no means ill-favoure
14 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.

LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.

tAST NIGHT'S MAIL. FRANCE. TnE FRE14CII A.1iiY IN AL.TERSS. Fears have been entertained for the safety of the n Duke of Orleans in his expedition in Coustantina under the orders of Marshal Valee, but they are set at rest by the following telegraphic despatches s in the Itpvniteur
14 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

PASHION AND YARl) T ME WINDSORt, WEDNESDAY. Her Majesty, attended by several of the royal visitord and suite, promenaded fur some time to-day on the east terrace of the Castle and the slopes. Prince Ernest of Saxe Coburg rode out in the Park, at- tended by Baron Alvensleben. The
16 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland