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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

'TH5E steW BANIKSUPT BILL-THE JUDGMENT AND EXEOU- TION DILL. SIa-As you are the organ of the commercial community, permit me through your columns to say a few Words on tboed two important enactments aiout to be passed with regard. to Ireland. First, as to the bankiupt act, all a
21 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

TIHE WAeR. l Ad e heRUSSIA AND TURKEY. Advices have been received by Telegraph from Constan- tinople to April 10, Varna, which was only defended by t 6,000 men, has asked for reinforcements from the combined fleets. The English and French troops which have arrived - at Gallipoli
20 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. KEOGH, M.P., AND MR. W. AUCHINLECK DANE.

MR. KEOGH, M.P., AND MR. W. AUCHINLECK DANE.

I MB. REOGH, M.P., ATD M.W. AUCHIULECK I The following coreespandence appears In our cotemporary, the Ecxs'ca8. TO THE EDITOR OV THE DATtT EZPEISS. au0, 2Untind-aqu ae, Dublin, lath April, 1854. i Su,-Inasmouoh as you published the evidence given by Ur Keogh before the Committee
19 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I~ ~ I HOUSE OF LORDS~-TsoUasojArt.' *On the motion of Lo rd BRtOUGIIA.1 tearirain a amendment bill Was read a second time, The Earl of MALMESBURY wished' to know whetherI there was any truth in, the report. that the Russian fleet' had left Sebastopol, and landed a number of tro
08 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD CARDIGAN AND COMMON SENSE.

LORD CARDIGAN AND COMMON SENSE.

LORD CARDIGAN AND COMMON SENSIL TO THas zDrITO OF TsE TixS. Sin-As in your publication of this morning there appears a letter signed " Common Sense" in which my name is I Consider brought in a very unfair and uunecessari way. be- fore the public, I feel myself called upon to poin
25 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

T TEATRE ROYAL, DIJBL;JE On THIS I WEVNIG (Thursday), the 27th of Apri, the pertfcmahee will commenece ?? the NaUtial Draratain Pi. Ttibleagx with new Scueney, Dxssaea, and Appoint- THE SEA 0? ICE; with new Soenery, Dresises, Decoratlons, and Appointmeits, and Novel and Extraordi
27 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

I ~ ~ 'P ,t1I. noose ocr 'rota IOOiUAL DUoL5I i OIoETY. Si8t--AmeAeting of the members of the Boyal Dublin Society has been convened this day (Thursday), to take into consideration the terms on which the annual parliamentary grant is to be recommended by the Lords of the Committe
27 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACADEMICAL EDUCATION—DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

ACADEMICAL EDUCATION—DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

f'j?A' N'UdAirjo?f VFfttkl?WYd 'O , r f :ilt&l9sAx . I ? -- ? , ?? .- ~4,6i1t~tOP*cbnistngof the follow~ti gentlee Saturday, Kik 4 M1,Nwr;tBDes fo ~br th T Henry, Tresidient of the' '4ueal's 02 'Ocliege, ?? ~, Si Kn , Fresdetf'th6 Qiin-en Col- 'w .Mgre, Cori; EdwAard Barwick; Faq
27 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

I - -,G nttd .an.I I GAiwAT.kh'e -weather suit continues fine, and agricul- tusal 9pefatlbio t ar~"carrd on throughoft every part of A this countly withw asmuolbf w ?? as tbe limite i populion, wel sceded fila intehpof8lrehrettsya.Iu admit of.a The greator portion of field labour
14 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

On THIS EVENMOI (satusrtay); April 1, the perfor- manasw iu commence with ?? of . DER PREI1CHUTZ. ltodolph, Mr Haigh; Casptr, Mr .Durand; Zamiel, Ur Ris arde; AgUes., Miss Lanz; j'Anne, Miss F Cruise- To conclu~de with MARRIEb LIFE. Mr Sanmtlel Coddle, Mr Granby; Mr Lionel Lynx,
01 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland