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THE BALTIC FLEET.

THE BALTIC FLEET.

PORTSMOUTH, SATURDAY NIserd.-The first division of the Bbltic fleet has departed on its warlileu mission, amid the cheers of thousands of spectators, in the presence of the Queen and the Royal family, and attended by the best wishes of the whole nation. Of the naval force which
14 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

T YBALZI, DB LIN. TO-MORROW EVENING(Saturday), March 25, the Performences Wil] commence with the' Opera of MASANIELLO. Mitsanieloi, Mr Hlaigh; AIphonzo, Mr J W Manley; Pietro, Mr. Durand; Elvira, Mi3s Lanza; Fenella, Mdlne. SIt Leonin. To conclude with the Dramra of THE CORSICAN
24 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PREPARATIONS FO WAR.

THE PREPARATIONS FO WAR.

THE PREPARAIONS FO WAR It ;A ..hA TV --A_ . It is said that Lord Raglan intends to take With him to the east an experienced photogrApher. Through the Society of Arts a reference has been made to the Photographic 80- ciety on the subject, and the suggestion, we understand, origina
24 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

HEIBATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. On TO-MORROW EVENING (Thursday), March 2d, the performances will commence with the Grand Historical Opera of THE MAID OF JUDAH. Ivanhoe, Mr Haigh; Cedric, Mr Durand; Wamba, Mr Worboys; Friar Tack, Mr Vaudrey; Sir Brian de Boisguil- bert, Mr King leaae of Y
01 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR. LONDON CORRESPONDENT. London, Tshrsday Evening. As I led you to anticipate some weeks ago, we shall have no reform bill this session. Lord John Russell stated in the house to-night that he would explain to-morrow evening the COutNG intended to be pursued with respect to
04 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

T A ATi ROYAL, DUBLIN, On TO°MORROW, (Saturday) EVENING, March 4tbh, the performances will commence with the Grand Historical Opera of TrE MIAD OF JUDAH. Ivanhoe, Mr Heigh; Cedric, Mr Durand; Watmlba, Mr Worboye; Friar Tuck, Mr Vaudroy- Sir Brian de Boisguil- bert, M't King; leas
03 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"REVELATIONS OF RUSSIA"—THE PARTITION CHARGE.

"REVELATIONS OF RUSSIA"—THE PARTITION CHARGE.

" REVELATIONS OF RilSMIA"-THE PARtRTION CHiMWE, Thef revelatiuns of the Times, in reply to the indiscreet journal of' St. Pvtereburgb, brought on its head the anger of Lord.,Derby and his FY riig Secretory. It was aot bard to gYVetswho9ommu. nicated the inibrnoatiorn woich startl
20 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUANGRVAN ELECTION COMMITTEE.

DUANGRVAN ELECTION COMMITTEE.

I I, DUNGARVAN ELEUTION COMMITTEE, The select committee appointed by the house to inquire into and report upon the allegations contained in a petition against the return of Mr. J. F. Maguire for the borough of Dungarvan, met on Thursday for the first time. The following hon. memb
25 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMY MOVEMENTS—PREPARATIONS FOR SERVICE.

ARMY MOVEMENTS—PREPARATIONS FOR SERVICE.

.ARMY MOVEMENTS-PREPAHATIONS FOR i IS R IE II Saturday forenoon a body of volunteers, consisting of one sergeant, one corporal, and thirty-two private soldiers, all Scotchmen, serving hitherto in the 91st regiment, embarked in the Foyle steamer, in order to join the 79th Highland
27 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NUNNERIES BILL.

THE NUNNERIES BILL.

me" m.o . - . .. _ _ The meeting of the Catholics of Cr, conne byth Mayor, ine compliance with ea requisiition, to piotest against I the intended-invasion of convents, was held On Frday,' at 8 one O'clock~ in the city co urt~-house. The body of the courtb was. densely crowded, a
27 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland