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LOUTH COUNTY.

LOUTH COUNTY.

DUNDAL5X, MONDAY, JULT 12.-The election for the county of Louth commenced thi day, and anything to equal the enthusiasm of tthe brave and independent men of this ceunty cannot be described. The popular candidates, R. M. Bellew, Esq., and the Hon. 'Vesey Dawson, were es. carted i
14 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONSECRATION OF DERRYTRASNA CATHOLIC CHAPEL-FATHER MATHEW.

CONSECRATION OF DERRYTRASNA CATHOLIC CHAPEL-FATHER MATHEW.

| CONSECRAT'ON OF DERRYTRASNA CATO)LI JCHAPEL-FATHEft MATHEW. (tAbridged fromn the Newry Keuminer.) The solemn c' nsecrationofthisedifie was performtd on Sundaiy last, by the Right Rev Doctor Blake, Roman Ca- tholic Bishop ot Dromore, assisted by the Very Rev. Dr. M Conville, V.G
29 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW CORPORATION.

THE NEW CORPORATION.

ILTHE. NEW CORPORATION. .. . . . I There was a meeting of the citizens interested in the ( proper working of the municipal reform act, held on yester- day, at the Conumittee-rooms, Fleet-street, to take steps to secure te enrolment of all these inhabitants who shall be entitled '
29 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECORDER'S COURT—YESTERDAY.

RECORDER'S COURT—YESTERDAY.

AR"COAbAg's RUOLURT-YXSTERDAY. he[ ?? a' commrr n gaming.ouse. ,- as Mr. liane appeared as coumnsel for' the crown. Messrs. be Fitzgibbon and J. Walsh defended the traverser. Charles Wade, police inspector, ?? tra. 'at verser's house' was No. 5, Hairry.street. At one o'cblk on is
20 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HORRID MURDER OF AN ITALIAN IN LIVERPOOL.

HORRID MURDER OF AN ITALIAN IN LIVERPOOL.

;HORRID MURDER OF AN UIALIAN IN LIVER. i - - --POOL. I A shocking occurrence took place on Tuesday morning week, at the house of Luigi Ginochio, an Italian, residing in. Circus-street, in this town. It appears that there lodged with Ginocchio two other Itajians, Geronimo Copello
30 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

On the 7th instant. the lady of John Fitzgerald, Esq.' Peill. street, of a son and heir. O" the 4th instant, in Upprr Fitawilliani-street, the ladY of the Hon. Major Messy at adouughter. On the Ist instant, at Fairlield, Artane, the lady of Charles ROPe Esq.. of a son. the On the
08 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY ELECTION—MEETING OF THE LIBERAL ELECTORS.

CITY ELECTION—MEETING OF THE LIBERAL ELECTORS.

[CITY ELECTION-MEETING OF THE LIBERAL ¢ ?? ELECTORS. - The usual nightly meeting of the friends of the Liberal candidates, Messrs. O'Connell and Hutton, was held on yesterday evening at the Theatre Royal. Abbey-street.- The neeting was most densely crowded, and the utmost enthusi
03 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND.

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND.

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIA- TION OF IRELAND. I The adjourned meeting of the members of the Loyal 4 National Repeal Association was held yesterday, at the Great Rooms, Corn Excbange. The members of the com- mittee entered the room at half past two o'clock, and were received wit
13 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

DURBIN v. ESDAILE. R ECEIVED this dayoa , 1841, of Richard XV Richards, Esquire, Accountant-General of the ~Court of Exchequer, a Cheque Note, Number dat this day, drawn on the Governor and Company of the Ba 'F England for the sum of , due to me (or to mead Y. Z., my Wife, as a S
09 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.

LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.

LAST NIGHlIS MAIL. I FRANCE. We (Morning Chronicle) perceive by our Paris express of Tuesday, that the South of France continues grievously troubledin conseqiienca of the fiscal measures of the Finance I Minister. Toulouse has been barricaded, and the Prefect I feared-to employ t
17 July 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland