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INVASION OF TEXAS,

INVASION OF TEXAS,

INVASION TEXAS, The files which I send you will give you detailed account of the invasion of Texas the Mexicans. This sudden attack Santa Anna is supposed to be under the influence of the English interest, in that country thirty thousand troops are pouring into the country, at.a
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROEHAMPTON MURDER.

THE ROEHAMPTON MURDER.

Good, the murderer, was committed for trial at the termination of his examination on Thursday evening. The Duke and Duchess of Leinster have arrived in London from Carton, Maynooth. The Marquis of Kildare and Count Philippe de Chabot have left Carton for Thommstown Castle, count
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH EMIGRATION

IRISH EMIGRATION

The provincial journals contain details which even this early season assure us that the tide of emigration will flow tins year to a height as considerable any it has yet reached. Front all the seaports of Ireland hundreds of our countrymen are abandoning the loved soil which gav
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUEEN S INNS.

THE QUEEN S INNS.

Mr. Richard Farrell, Commissioner of Insolvents, has been elected a bencher of the Queens Inns. Mr. larrell is a Catholic gentleman of standing and eminence in his profession, and is, we believe, in every wav worthy the honour thus conferred upon him. Hiscompetitor was Mr. H. Ke
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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05 August 1847 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Now be would see how that statement was borne bj facts. They might remember that a debate had occurred on

Now be would see how that statement was borne bj facts. They might remember that a debate had occurred on

motion brought forward by Mr. Osborne with regarp to the University j and that debate the right honourable gentleman had fallen into a grow mistake as to the salaries of the junior fellows, which he staled to be three hundred a year— an erroe from which he would have been saved
05 August 1847 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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05 August 1847 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
now made his appearance, and drove off a covered car amidst the cheering of the crowd, who began soon after

now made his appearance, and drove off a covered car amidst the cheering of the crowd, who began soon after

to disperse. Before seven o‘clock the court house at Greenstreet was completely fi'led the iriends of Mr. Reyno els, who commenced shouting and cheering for repeal; there was also a largo crowd collected in the street, anxi'-us hear the result of the election. The assembly amuse
05 August 1847 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
guard could utter. Here are hi« words—ponder them, •lectors, well:— 41 Mr. Hutt also addressed you. I will make but

guard could utter. Here are hi« words—ponder them, •lectors, well:— 41 Mr. Hutt also addressed you. I will make but

one observation with regard to Mr. Butt s speech. 1 not make it an Oxford graduate, but as Irish gen-44 tlernan. acknowledged, and I think his speec proved not the vulgarism of his education in this Col-44 lege, but that of his own nature, which even that edtt-44 cation could no
05 August 1847 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
*• COLLEGE ELECTION—PROFESSOR MACCULLACH,

*• COLLEGE ELECTION—PROFESSOR MACCULLACH,

** Mr Dear Sir—l have only this moment been able to look into your publication of Saturday, having been from home ; and 1 need not say with what pleasure 1 perused your admirable and truly eloquent article under the bead of The College Election and Professor MacCultagh. Long as
05 August 1847 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland