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AMERICA

AMERICA

private correspond nce. Boston, April 2, 1842. The proceedings of the great American Repeal Convention have, doubtless, before this will reach you, spread over all Ireland, and infused into the hearts of the patriots of your country, more sanguine and bolder confidence in the ul
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW MAGISTRATES.

NEW MAGISTRATES.

Captain King, of Down-hill, has been appointed a magistrate of the county Sligo. The Lord Chancellor has appointed U. Hull, Esq., of Fairburn, Rostrevor, to be a magistrate the county Down. William Fishbourne, jun.. Esq., of Foot-hill, has been appointed to the commission of the
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE CORPORATION.

MEETING OF THE CORPORATION.

A meeting of the aldermen and town councillors of the coi poration of Dublin was on Tuesday held, pursuant to adjournment, in the City Assembly House, William-street— Alderman John O Neil, Lord Mayor locum tenena, in the Chair. THE PIPE-WATER ESTABLISHMENT. The Town Clerk submit
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTH DUBLIN UNION

NORTH DUBLIN UNION

The Board of Guardians of this union held their weekly meeting on Wednesday last in the Board-room, Bruuswickstreet—John Barlow, Esq., in the chair. Doctor Willis brought forward the motion of which he had given notice on the last day of meeting with regard to the attendance of
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR EDWARD BLAKENEY.

SIR EDWARD BLAKENEY.

The public, arul more particularly the friends and associates of Sir IMward Blakeney, will hear with satisfaction that the health of the gallant officer is tpaite re-established, and that he will not even bear thh mark of the wound which might have proved fatal. It is the good f
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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PRINCE GEORGE OF CAMBRIDGE.

PRINCE GEORGE OF CAMBRIDGE.

It will be seen that his Royal Highness Prince George Cambridge has been gazetted to the in the Nth Hussars, daily expected at Hounslow. This appointment of his Royal Highness will not hl\ interfere with the command of the regiment, which will remain with Lieut.- Colonel M'Call.
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CASTLEREA QUARTER SESSIONS.

CASTLEREA QUARTER SESSIONS.

The assistant-barrister addressed the grand jury those sessions Tuesday last, said—lt affords me much pleasure witness the tranquil state of your portion this county, which must make it comfort to those who reside in it, it is honourable to those who administer the laws amongst
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEDESTRIAN FEAT.

PEDESTRIAN FEAT.

Monday a wager of sovereigns, between Lieutenant Feel (nephew the Premier), of the Rifle Brigade, stationed at the Pigeon House Fort, and Major Wynyard, of the regiment, in which the former undertook to perform the arduous task of walking fifteen miles in three hours, was decide
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECORDER’S CO U R T—Mo moat

RECORDER’S CO U R T—Mo moat

RECORDER’S moat Ftanicl Miller, “an artful dodger,” aged about fourteen Years, was placed at the bar, and indicted for having stolen a basket and some hardware, the property ,of Denis Fogan. The prosecutor having been examined, deposed to the circumstances under which had lost hi
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PORTOBELLO ZOOLOGICAL GARDENSGRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS. The "rand panoramic and pyrotechnic exhibition at these dfilichtt'ul and deservedly-|K>puiar gardens was

THE PORTOBELLO ZOOLOGICAL GARDENSGRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS. The "rand panoramic and pyrotechnic exhibition at these dfilichtt'ul and deservedly-|K>puiar gardens was

opened for the season on Monday night with surpassing brilliancy and The combination of scenic and pictorial effect, with the vivid and varied colours produced by the fireworks, and the most stupendous and beautiful efforts of pvrotechny, was, indeed, such as we have never seen
23 April 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland