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ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

. T ( 2 rr7 I1. r (":7, .. 1; 5 A NlW AND A '171 Fl S(N(1 s IN T T 1\i' I A'I TUNE: YMT MAY. .Mv An;l ie Nancy [ It n 'MtIO' i, For FIC wfas o1 a Rt ailt ( Is Ardl ITno 1 1l oasic wvn ns Io tiouI. ?? lie was ' ti thnedring preel;cor wan. 'lisq v Hoed pair talo no te1;ir eare, Aod
23 March 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMISSION OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

COMMISSION OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

?? (OF lTE ASFE!(2IH.Y OF 'TIJE ('111iRC OF SCOTLAND. The Cnm-iioisio of the General Assembly mect oti 'Avedles(Iltn IpursiititW to rotjlorrimeit, in St. Tmhoe's church, Yu set,.Evtinburght-~Dr. 14al1Xllar, Moderator of lest Assembly, in the chair. STAT11 C? TiC CliUtCll. Mr. YOU
23 March 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARDENING OPERATIONS

CARDENING OPERATIONS

FitR THili £NSULING VEnEK. It NN ill be observed that in the houses a moist atmns- plivrs ?? always re(!oililiilllLci;12 ;I11id alo tills ItM0 Ib colifollildecdl titll litiniditv, we wdill explaill OUI ile0iltlllg of the term :--It is that liied of' atmospliere indceed in fine i
06 April 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS—WAR-OFFICE, FEB. 26.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS—WAR-OFFICE, FEB. 26.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS-WAR-OrPxCr:, FEB. 26. 2d Regiment of Dragoonsa-Lieut. R. S. Forlong to be Captain, by purchase, vice Macquarie, who retires; Cornet G. A. F. Sulivan to be Lientenant, by purchase, vice For- long; W. Grant, Gent., to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Sulivan. 6th Re
02 March 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

Clot SES~lO!S-a~nfEinAt I The Right Ron. the Recorder took his seat on the bench shortly after nine o'clock. EMBEZZLEMENT. Isaac Priestly was indicted for stealing an order for pay- ment of ten shillings, the property of Henry Stuart; and Joseph Large was indicted for receiving t
02 March 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

I -. 2- CATVOtIC CHRCtlc. - Iiied, at aloergrove Uottage, on Sunday last, after a b long illness, the Re,. James M'Mullan, for many years' ii pastor of Glenwey. He studied in Salamanca, in Spain,: n alon.g with a number of his countrymen, almost all of A whom became, dignitaries
02 March 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CELEBRATION OF ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN AMERICA.

CELEBRATION OF ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN AMERICA.

,-1ELEBRATION OF ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN I AMERICA. l 15 isN!EW-YORK. of (Abridgedfroa Mhe Neal ForT Freeman'As Journal.) I the The "Friendly Sons of St. Patrick"' celebrated their na- 1 tional anniversary festival on the 17th instant, at the City lay Hotel, with that eclat and spir
19 April 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DERRY ASSIZES.—TUESDAY, AUG. 10.

DERRY ASSIZES.—TUESDAY, AUG. 10.

imBAT ASSIZES.- TEsnDA, Afro. 10. I ?? . wLEa&SO L ROcESstOqS. y - Mclean was indicted for walking in an Orange pro. i h cession on the 12th of July, at Tobermore. te Two of the constabulary, who were on duty on the 12th lo of July, at Tobermore, deposed that James Waters, who l-
13 August 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUTRAGE IN GEORGE'S-HALL NUNNERY—THE REV. TRESHAM GREGG COMMITTED TO BRIDEWELL.

OUTRAGE IN GEORGE'S-HALL NUNNERY—THE REV. TRESHAM GREGG COMMITTED TO BRIDEWELL.

,6i6&hgAGE IN GEORGE'S-HILL NUN- NFRy-THE REV. TRESHAM GREGG CONIMITTED TO BRIDEWELL. . DUBLIN POLICE-YESTERDAY. HENRY-STREET OFFaCE. TllE REVEREND TRESHAid GREGG-ThE OUTFhAGr IN oGrO 3-sltL CONVENT.-The Rev. Tresham D. Gregg, Tho'as Trueman Wyley, and William Wyley appeared on q
04 May 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. JAMES AND ST. CATHERINE'S PARISH GREAT REPEAL MEETING.

ST. JAMES AND ST. CATHERINE'S PARISH GREAT REPEAL MEETING.

ST. AMES AND ST. CAT4ERTNE'S VAIS1 1 GREAT REPEAL MEETING. I Want of space necessarily obliged us to ormit the follow- ing portion of the proceedings at the meeting of the above parishes on Sunday last M. F. O'Kelly, Esq., on proposing the resolution con. demnatory of the Union,
03 February 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland