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MEDICAL REFORM—THE EDUCATION AND EXAMINATION OF CANDIDATES.

MEDICAL REFORM—THE EDUCATION AND EXAMINATION OF CANDIDATES.

glje fremacus $ot DUBLIN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1854. ' MEDICAL REFORM-THE EDUCATION AND EX- AMINATION OF CANDIDATES. | Our recent observations on the late fatal opera- tion in the London H ospitals, and the practical con- clusions we drew from it in reference to medical education, h
11 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LETER FROM AMERICA.

LETER FROM AMERICA.

I.n LATE2PR IOM BRIAMEBR * ?? , . . D.: ?? ( - X, ?? I .,-II I ARRIVAL, OF. THE ARABI-A, (.tiom OUR OwitcOnlexSlorWiwrr.) Liverpool, Sunday. The British and North American royal mail steam ship . .Jsiba, CeptainJudkin, arrived here shortly before eight o'clock'tbis moIn`iingd.-:
11 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINING COMPANY OF IRELAND.

MINING COMPANY OF IRELAND.

j MrIXG COMPAWY OF IRLANbD. Bm , .. .. A. i. The half-yearly meeting of the directors and shareholders of this company was held yesterday at 80, Lower Ormond- qiay. Sir ROBBET KArNS in the chair. The advertisement convening the meeting having been read, Tae Chairman eaidbe would
06 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAW RELATING TO ENLISTMENT.

THE LAW RELATING TO ENLISTMENT.

THE LAW BELATING TO ENLISTMENT. In addition to the analysis of the lat of enlistment which we published in a recent impression, the following points on the same subject are of important public interest:- A private soldier or a non-commissioned officer cannot be taken by legal pro
23 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—YESTERDAY.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—YESTERDAY.

ICOURT OF COMMON PLEAS-YESrERDAY. SITTINGS AT I1ISI PWIUS, (Before the Chief Justice and a special jury.) King v. Kiqg. This case was resumed at the sitting of the court by the examination of witnessee for the defence, which had not closed at the rising of the court. EXCHEQUER NI
23 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

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. NEVER FAILING B:REEDYI OL LOWAY'S OIN ANOrBEE SUBP111N1 CB OF ULCaERATo D= =T?, AND GENEBAL ILL -HEALT5,COIYJ from Mr. J. .Cleunesll NeW0Ule°o-TyadatT 90th, 182:-. "i;To Pi on.aPH oa HoULWAY-DEAR Si-. a by Mrs. Gibbon,.. of 81, Bailey-street, in this tow you Ofiat for af consid
13 June 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SULTAN'S REPLY TO THE NOTE OF THE FOUR POWERS.

THE SULTAN'S REPLY TO THE NOTE OF THE FOUR POWERS.

I THE SULTAN'S REPLY TOWTHE NOTE OF TH I FOUR POWERS. CoxsTAvNTioPLEu, JAZ. 5.-Reply of the Sublime Porte to the collective note of the four powers, of which you pos.. sas a copy. This dooument went. off, per Chaptal, on Sun- day last:- "TUAN5LATION. "His Majesty the Sultan has p
24 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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READ THlE NEW EDITIUN!! ON NlERVOUS AND GENERATIVE DtSEASE9g Just Published, 20th Thousand. Illustrated with Colo0red Engravings, Price Is., or in a sealed Envelope, fre% by Post, for 1S PostageStamps. H EALTH ANLD HAPXNMESSTnE mEANS By 11 WaltON THEY MtAY 13B OBTAINED, a Medical
24 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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A I~R9O LivanComreswAl~t'2 P ?? mH Boito& -DfIagi't, ef htn ider-Lyne, ?? 81 165i "To PROJESSOM' HOLw,sY-DDAE Sj j-1 ;have milldh piessure I handing to you a testimonial of the effilY of yMI lMIedcines, AAperson in th negbhbuthbod with Whom I sm W vell ^acquanted was afi~cted for
01 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPOBTiNG INTELLIGENCER. LIVEFPOOL JULY ilEETING-WEDNZEDAY, The Croxtzth Stakes of 10 ,sovs eaoh, h ft. with 40 added, Were won by Baron Rothlchisld' Orestes, beating Mr. Morriss Knight of St. George, Mr. Barber's Domino, and Lord Olas- gow's Coalition. The Mersey Stokes of 25 cov
14 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland