Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 3,920,092 articles

THE WRECK OF THE ROYAL ADELAIDE STEAMER.

THE WRECK OF THE ROYAL ADELAIDE STEAMER.

! I MARGATE, TUESDAY NIGH'T.-The wreck of this fine steamer, and the awful loss of life which accompanied it, havb occasioned a painful degree of excitement in this place. Ill- telligence of the catastrophe only reached the authorities about noon on Sunday last, though the wreck
04 April 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN-TRADE FOR THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN-TRADE FOR THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN-TEA ME I I I I PAST WEEK. (From the Mark-Lane Exoresa.) The slight degree of firmness which was assumed b holders about the close of last week has undergone he abate. nient-indeed sellers have, since our last, raised their preton. sions, and the extreme
05 April 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: THURSDAY, MAY 16 1850.

DUBLIN: THURSDAY, MAY 16 1850.

= - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ THE CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT-TRIOMASTOWN PETITION. Lord Ellenborough does not often " turn up " in the House of Lords. At one time he filled the office of quasi mediator between the extreme parties, delighting in an affected moderation, which had, however, a
16 May 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIGHTING INTELLIGENCE.

THE FIGHTING INTELLIGENCE.

--ailE FIGHTING INTELLIGENCE. , _ ,'AN on ?? ?? Ihnt I,-. ! d in our notice to corresjouiluL tayerneruay wear we We 5tatetero from Messrs. Stritch, Fuller, Hoey, and Butler, lt tile recent fighting intelligence." These do- iarererenc e long, but at soaie inconvenience we make nat
16 May 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EATRE ROYAL, DUBLINl. JUVENILE NIGHT. T wumadate the Younger Branches of Families, the ,o ema nceq wvill commence at SEVEN o'Clock, and the 1 pek'Tn6MI E will terminate before Ten. I PS .econa Price on this occasion at Nine o'Clock. o Last Night but TWO of the Pantomime. ills EV'
18 January 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

(Fromt the London .pVW5s Vf yesterdcyt) FRANCE. PA:T9S, TiE5DA-y EyvENt ?? panic at the Bourse has subsided, and the funds have risen to-day one per cent. It is said now that the Paris to Avignon railroad bill will be dis- cussed by the lsationfl Assembly, and that the principle
29 March 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION TO AUSTRIALIA—UNFAIR TREATMENT TO IRELAND.

EMIGRATION TO AUSTRIALIA—UNFAIR TREATMENT TO IRELAND.

EMIGRATION TO AUSrRAlIA-UNFAIR TREAT- MENT TO IREILAND. (Fromf, the EveninW Packet,) Our notice has been attracted by a very remarkable docu- ment which appeared in the FrEISMAN s JOURNAL of Friday last. The paper to which we allude is a memorial adopted by the St. Patrick's Soci
29 March 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION—THREATENED ABOLITION OF THE LORD LIEUTENANCY.

THE CORPORATION—THREATENED ABOLITION OF THE LORD LIEUTENANCY.

THE CORPORATION-THREATENED ABOLITION OF THE, LORD LTEUTE4 NANCY l | Kspecial meeting of the corporation was heid at the Royal Exchange, yosterd*y, for the purpo.se of', adopdiilg Ar oddr4s8 to her Majesty, an>& petitions to both houses of parliament, praying that the office of Lo
29 March 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISS CATHERINE HAYES.

MISS CATHERINE HAYES.

MISS CATHERINE, HAYES. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE FrEEMAN S JOURNAL. Sin-You will, I hope, pardon me for transgressing on your valuable time with a few remarks on a passage in this month's number of Mr. Thackeray's new work, "Peudennis," in which be attempts to depreciate the talents
08 April 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THlE BRITISHI CORN TRADE DURING | THE PAST WEEK. | (From the ?? Express.) g For nearly a fortnight we have enjoyed uninterruptedly t fine weather, and harvest operations have progressed very d rapidly in all parts of the kingdom. South of the river b Lumber but little w
12 September 1850 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland