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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

B I RT HIS. Juno 2:3: at Dinddallk the wife of Dr. Bovd, of a sol. ,TJune 2:,. it M\lount o-s quare, the lady of George Hudson, Esq., of a da:g,!iter. ?? 22. net rIynn, county Arimagh, the vife of the Rev. St,1 ford J.:, ii, of 1 d:li uiter. ?? 21, at Knurl oat wpI , XVirgi sia,
28 June 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SPRING ASSIZES.

THE SPRING ASSIZES.

T iE S P RI N G A S S IZ E S. NORTII-EAST CIRCUIT. Drogheda, on lucsdav, Feb. 260i, at 11 o'clock. Duinidalk , on Wed ijesadi-y, Fel.. 27th, at two o'clock. Monaghani, on Mlonday, March 4th, at 10 o'clock. Armagh, on Wednesday, AlarcIh Gth, at 10 o'clock. Dowttpatrick, on Satulld
12 February 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

RACINE AND CO., Soel AfMarof zeturig IhoUme in Switertand es ?? ;e thiO Country, aa, NASSAU-STREEIPT, CORNI :B OF o6Brow-5raaaT. R ACINE .AND CO. beg respectfully to announce R tbat they are constantly eupplied'from their Geneva Watch Factory with a variety of Superior Watches, c
13 February 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM AMERICA.

SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM AMERICA.

I ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBBRIA. LIVERPOOL, TUESDAY, NOON.-The royal mail steamer Cambria, from New York, arrived in our river at a quarter pest eight o'clock this morning, having made a fine run of a 121- days, with head winds during nearly the whole of her passage. She brings 100 pa
22 May 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GENERAL ADVERTISER—THE NEW SYSTEM.

THE GENERAL ADVERTISER—THE NEW SYSTEM.

'THE GENERAL AD VERTJSER -THE NEW SYSTENT.| We imagined that the canny Scotchmen who circulate the broadebeet under the patronage of, (and, as little birds whisper, in partnership with) certain Scotch and other foreign func- tionaries who, under the " blessed system," are quarter
29 April 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ABOLITION OF THE LORD LIEUTENANCY.

ABOLITION OF THE LORD LIEUTENANCY.

ABOL1T;(>N OF T'flf1 LORD L:EUTENANCY. 10 TIlE LDITOR OF' THE FRtEEtDAN. SIR-i trust you will excuse the liberty I take of aglin trespsio.in, ?? ) oluicnis, regardling tills subject of such de'P innprtance to oar citizens; and, as I believe, it is low sutaititlly apparent that Du
30 April 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE—DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE—DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

CHAMBE R OF COMMERCE-DEPUTATION TO THE I LORD LIEUTENANT. The subjoined account of the interview had some days since with the Lord Lieutenant was forwarded to us last night by the council of the Chamber of Comn- merce. We confess that, in common with a very large section of the c
27 March 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD GLENGALL'S LEGISLATION.

LORD GLENGALL'S LEGISLATION.

Zbe 4remlaw.z $ourmat DUBLIN: FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1850. How true it is, that fact is stranger than fiction! In putting the case of an imaginary contest between his lordship and a now existent John Rafferty, as to a butcher's bill, at the recent meeting of the attor- neys, Mr. Cantwe
31 May 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

E PSOM RACES-WEDIESDAY. inE IJEnISy bAy. For the firt time since 1798, the Epsom programme an- onanced a race to precede the two great events of the meeting, in the ,liape of a free plate of slt., an addition to the ordinary qualtumn of sport acceptable to the visitors and credi
31 May 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIRST CONTRIBUTION FOR A NATIONAL UNIVERSITY—RICHARD DEVEREUX, ESQ.

THE FIRST CONTRIBUTION FOR A NATIONAL UNIVERSITY—RICHARD DEVEREUX, ESQ.

THE FIRST CONTRtBUJrlON FOR A NATIONAL I I TTNIVRRSITY- RICHARD DEVEREUXI, ESQ. I It is with extreme pleasure we have to announce Bi the first contribution for the Irish University-the cI munificent sum -of £200 proffered by Richard T Devereux, Elsq., of Wexford. This is an auspi
31 January 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland