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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

. ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. (FROMt OUR OWN COBaESPONDBtlT.)l Liverpool, Saturday. The royal mail etvam-ship Arabia, Captain Judkine, has arrived. Sbe left Boston on the 29th Mirch, and entered the Mersey at eight o'clock this morning, bringing 106 passeu- gers and 196,048 dollars i
10 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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TEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN'. On THIS EVENING Fie performauss will commencd with the Nantle II Drama, in Fve tablead I with new Scenery, Dresses, and Appoint- THE SEA OF ICE; OP., THER PRAYER OF THF WRECKSSD AND THR GOLD ; sUExRR of MEXICO. To conclude with the New Fairy Burlesque Extra
20 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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NEVER FAILING REMEDYI HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. AroTnorm SURPHISING CUsE or ULOEREaTEAT BAD IKaE, DEBILITy, Aim GENERAL ILL HEALTR,-CObp of a lett from DMr. J. M. Olenuellof Newcaaleosan-Tyne, dated Sapterbel 20th, 18t2:- T6 PnowEssoR HOLLOWAY-DEAR SIn-I am authorlsed by Ire, Gibbon,
20 April 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
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

I _ BLECTIG T.BLGBA I ENGLISH FUNDS-YEsTERDAY. LOBDON FUNDS-STOOI' AND SIIARE I MAKET- Business in English Sscuritiea not extensive, but market firn, and, on the breaking up of the Bank Court, advanced 4!per cent. Console, which opened at 87, closed almost buyers at 874. Bank.Sto
28 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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CARDS. ] ilro t)EtIAT IPUR LA MPS.-The largest and cheapeat Stock .j| inlIreland. ThoseLamps allwarrantedcomplete, GREGG and SON. Lamp Makers and Gas Fitters, 18, U)p. Sackvilke-freet ICH AElL CROOKE, Avicitoneeracd Paluataor, receives con- l dignment8 of Furniture, at his "GREAT
07 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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tbAT R E RO0YA L. DtTB LIN. ?? nEASTR MONDAYr- EVENING the 17th of April, per e~nces - will commence with the Nautioal Drami,:inr i Tabllleadus with new Scenery, ?? ;l ~Appoint- THE SEA OP ICE; 0n, Tim PRASER OV TRi WaECKED ANDW TM i 00D-' SEEKER Or MEXIcO. To conclude with the N
13 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETIRING A BILL.

RETIRING A BILL.

v , .. E Lord John Russell has withdrawn his "pro- a missory" for the present, and Lord Aberdeen tin-rt dertakes at a future time, not specifically named, that 'the saimee or an E equivalent measure will be submitted to parliament. The Conservative jour- w nuls crow lustily - at
14 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC DECLARATION AND AGGREGATE MEETING.

CATHOLIC DECLARATION AND AGGREGATE MEETING.

CATHlLIC DECLARATION AND AGGREGATE| MEETING. The following nanes have been recelred.by tbo committee since our ?? Rev Dr Foran, Bishop of Waterford; the Worehipful the Mayor of Wexford ; Francis Harper, J P. county Wexford; John Walsh, J P and T C, do; Aldermen Robert Crenn, do;
14 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PERSECUTION OF CONVENTS.

PERSECUTION OF CONVENTS.

I r PIRSECUTION OF CON VENTS. It is not the fault of Roman Catholics that their attitude is at this hour one of defence. They are not to be blamed if they are compelled to hold meetings, make strong speeches, and importune the legislature with urgent petitions. And when they meet
17 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland