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|HEOQUEN'S ROYAL THEATRE. 3ts. JOUN HARRIS, LESSEE. r MlS PRoESENT EVENING (Wednesday), 1 ortober 20 b, 1847, will be perforrmed the Drama of DON CE-SAR DE BAZ IN. Do Ca'r de B3azl, Mr. W. Burrougbs; Don Jose, o D°ijorgan; LDazaTllo, Miss Walton; Charles 1I, Mr r-iritaG33 Ml;P9s
20 October 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING.

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING.

I|- NiEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING. wr.DNtaE AY'S RACES. Match ; 300, h ft. Mr G 1 Moore's Wolfdog, 8at I 7ib (F But- ler), beat Mr Payne's Clementina, 6st bib. 7 to 4 on Clmentira. Won by a neck- Match;- I0% h ft. Mr Barne's Blackeock, lht 10ib (Nat), beat the Duke of Bedford's VIl
30 October 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PADRE VENTURA'S FUNERAL ORATION.

THE PADRE VENTURA'S FUNERAL ORATION.

THE PADRE VENTURA'S FUNERAL I ORATION. Andi (Continfied frmWdedpsFemn) of t, As there is a true greatness, the daughter of virtue and to in rmerit, there is also a false greatnees, the daughter of th frele favour and caprice of those who bestow it, or of the preju prof( dice and
31 July 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

t.I * (Fr8b the Times.) We have received by, extraordinary express from Maar, seillea our despatches 'from India, in antioipaiionW obl tbe Overland mail of the 19th of July. ' The dfitos' thbis'rai ceived are-frorn Bombay to the'19th of -Aulyj Caloutta to the 8th, and Madras to'
02 September 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPRODUCTIVE EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE— IMPORTANT RESOULUTIONS.

REPRODUCTIVE EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE— IMPORTANT RESOULUTIONS.

-.opUCTlVE EMPLOYMENr COMMITTEES I fP MPORTANT RESOLTUTIONS. Ti,.ootinolttee Met yesterday for the purpose of continu- jlg tse preparations for the meeting, at the Rotundo, on ursdnJ next, the 14th instant ?? ..SWill Sith O'Brien, M P, Sir William Co:, It Godley, R Al Fox, Wm Mon
12 January 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

~BEN'SROY~7THE TARE. JIB. JAMES JOHN PRo0sSEl, LESSEE. HinS PRESENT MONDAY, Augnst 2d, will be produced the New Musical Burlesque Extra. og1DZ3 OfTHE PRINCESS'S FAIR STAR; OR SIE SIaNGIN APPLE AND THE DANCING WATERS. (The new Svenery painted by Mr. Frederick Lloyd). ( ;garoon, Mr
02 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSOLVENT COURT—SATURDAY.

INSOLVENT COURT—SATURDAY.

I INSOLVENT COURTSAtURIDAy. (Before Mr. Commissioner Farrell.) a In re Henry L. Lindsay, an Insolvent. c The idisohargo of the insolvent was opposed by Mr.a Creighton, on behalf of Mr. Freod of London, on the ground of vexatious litigation. C Mr. John MINally supported the insolv
02 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

I -- -- E TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN'S ZTOUITNAL. SIa-Having' taken a great interest in ibhe late exihibition of manufactures, observed the fair and iinpartial, as well as strenuoum and ucremitting efforts of the committee and of others, to whom the working of it was intrusted
26 July 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOTAL LOSS OF A STEAMER, AND FORTYFOUR PERSONS LOST, AT MORETON BAY, NEW SOUTH WALES.

TOTAL LOSS OF A STEAMER, AND FORTYFOUR PERSONS LOST, AT MORETON BAY, NEW SOUTH WALES.

ITOTAL LOSS OF A STEAMER. AND FORTY- FOUR PERSONS LOST, AT MORETON BAY,U NEW SOUTH WALES. After the Walmer Castle had got under WaIl at Sydney, for London, on the 27th of March, an extra to the Sidney Morning Herald, containing an account of the loss of the Sovereign steamer off
26 July 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1847.

DUBLIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1847.

Aalutoem~ati£s 42XAun REMEMBER THE 30TH OF KITS 18441 PARLIAMENT-THE FAMINE. 'The bill for the temporary relief of what is mildly called "1 destitution," but more appropriately ." mur- derous famine," is passing slowly through committee.! While every day records deaths, not by s
11 February 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland