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IRISH POOR LAW RETURNS.

IRISH POOR LAW RETURNS.

There has just issued a parliamentary return showing the number of persons relieved in each of the workhouses in Ireland during the half years ended on the 25th day of March, 1844, and the 29th day of September, of the same year, distinguishing certain classes. The following is
19 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT DECISION AFFECTING THE RELIGIOUS ORDERS.

IMPORTANT DECISION AFFECTING THE RELIGIOUS ORDERS.

IMPORTANT DECISION AFFECTING THE RE. LIGIOUS ORDERS. (From the Cork Examiner.) The following report of a case, which came on at the (Rolls, some days back, is worthy of being rescued from the columns devoted to the ordinary intelligence:_ RoLLS COuRT-TssUn5DAY, 5AiECE 4. Evans an
19 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

jFSHIOABL INTELLIGE NCR. The Marquis of Stafford has purchased the Ondine schooner of tbe Ron. Mr. Ponsonby. of the Royal Yacht Sqadron, and is expeoted to become a prominent member of the yachtllsf fraternity. The Earl and Countess of Warwick have lately bean en- tertaintag a em
22 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1847.

DUBLIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1847.

vo*=ilips ?,tulxlul REKENBER THE S3TH OF MAY, 18441 THE TEMPORARY RELIEF ACT. The importance of having the temporary Relief act promptly brought into operation seems to have been altogether lost sight of by the commissioners appointed to execute its provisions. The act, as print
27 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND.

TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND.

Mr LoRD-Askeeperof the conscience of the repro. sentative of Majesty in this country, I have torequest your lordship's attention to the principles upon which Mr. Baron Lefroy is reported to have recently announced his intention of in future meting out punishment to those convict
31 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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DUBLIN POLICE.—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE.—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE.-YESTERBD&Y. HENRY-STREET OFFICE. A young lad, named William Chamberlain, was charged with having offered in pawn a gold bracelet, set in pink Toaz and value about 51. It appeared from the evidence of Mr. Chapman, ajeweller residing on Essex.quay, that he lent the b
31 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CONSCIENCE—SATURDAY.

COURT OF CONSCIENCE—SATURDAY.

COURT OF CONSCIENCE-SATURDAY. (Before Alderman Gavin.) :c MINISTERS' MONEY. an A case came on for heal ine at this court, on the decision hs of which a gre at many other cases depend, so as, to render necessary or otherwise proceedings in a higher court.- The matter came on for h
08 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

I S'TATE OF TiHE COUNTRY. I (From the Galway Mercury). all I LouRHnEA.-Tbe distress in Loughrea at present is at suet its utmost height, provisions have risen to double the famine all p price. On (Thursday) wbeat has been sold at from b6s. to ei to 60s. per barrel, and oats reach
03 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESTITUTION IN MAYO.

DESTITUTION IN MAYO.

TO THE EZITOU or THE rBE EXAr. Castlebar, March 5, 1847. DEAU SIR-Might I venture to tell a tale of woe as miserable as ever was heard or witnessed in Skibbereen, or any other famed depot of famine. This day I was on duty near the Monastery of Errew, and I saw in one village the
09 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

(From the Erne Packet.) DESTITUTIoN IN FEBMANAGn.-Hundreds of emaciated creatures, on the verge of the grave from destitution, weekly present themselvas to the guardians for admission into the workhouse. From this concourse, the most dis- tressing cases are generally selected, a
13 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland