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DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE-YESTEEDAX. HEAD OFFICE. P Rosanna Kenzie, th6 unfortunate woman who attempted to commit suicide on the previous day (the particulars of PI w!:ich appeared in yesterday's FREEaiAN), was brought up in A charge, and, on the evideneee of Dr. Ireland, committed as a d da
14 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ALLIED ARMIES AT GALLIPOLI—DEFECTIVE ENGLISH COMMISSARIAT.

THE ALLIED ARMIES AT GALLIPOLI—DEFECTIVE ENGLISH COMMISSARIAT.

?? I ALLIE ENGL1SH COMMISBARIAT. (From the 7ime.) If anybody is philosophical or gloomy enough to forecast by the surest augury the probable course of our operations In the east, be need only look to the commencement of the last war. Nothing is more likely tban that we shall do a
26 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT CATHOLIC DECLARATION AND AGGREGATE MEETING.

GREAT CATHOLIC DECLARATION AND AGGREGATE MEETING.

CATHOLIC DEC'LARATION AND ss: i . , AGGRIItJATE MEETING. ai 4'g~namey h bzae been received by ithe committee last pubicsatin: CLEsGY OF DUEIN. ST. Ssv1ouo'O, DuN5tItK s1riktgr'.--B T Rugeell, pro- vincial; J J Braly, Wntiip Vlcent U'Dotkrty. Ettstace Lowvi Murhy, J : Towers, P J
24 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

.BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAMAL | ENGLISH, FUNDS-YESTERDAY. LONDON FuNDs-STOOK AND SIHIARP MAARRX -Ia En- glish securities operations limited, and chlefly connected with to-morrow's 'settlement. Consols opened at 87j, but closed ' only 574 buyers. Railways inactive, and in afternoon exhi
18 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

* THETRE RYAL1DUBLIN.- On- TO-MORROW 3E;VEiflgG (Saturd^ay), the 8th of April, the porformances will commence wish the Comedy of CHARILES,1TE TWELFTH. Charles the Tselfth, Mr King; Eodiga, Miss LanzaL To be followed by the Opera of LOVE IN A VILLAGE. Hawthorn, Mr Haigb; Rosetta,
07 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

The following appeared in our Second Edition of yesterday:- Freeman Office, Seven o'Cloch. We have received the tollowing by Electric Telegraph from Messrs. Smith and Sons:- GREEOE. ATHEri3, MARCH 8a3T.-The Ministers of Finance and Justicehave resigned. Resignationssnotaccepted.
07 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

SOUTH DUBLIN UNION The usual weekly meeting of the guardians of this union was held yesterday in the board-room of the workhouse, James's-street, The following guardians attepded :-Sir Robert Shaw, John Lentsigno, J. P; Captain Nowlan, John Ouseley Bonsall, Henry Price, Edmond La
07 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PENAL LAWS AGAINST CATHOLICS EXISTING ON THE STATUTE BOOKS OF ENGLAND IN THE YEAR 1854.

PENAL LAWS AGAINST CATHOLICS EXISTING ON THE STATUTE BOOKS OF ENGLAND IN THE YEAR 1854.

PENAL LAWS AGAINST CATHOLICS EXISTING ON THE STATUTE BOOKS OF ENGLAND iN ITHE YEAR t854g Exclusion of Roman Catholics in Ireland from various Offices, and from the exercise of 'various Trusts, 5iot interdicted to them by the Laws, but from which they are virtually debarred by the
26 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

it absolutely necessary to call tl.e attention of our adverfriends to the necessity foi sending in tbeir orders on tbe sr least at a reasonably early hour on our day of Publication. By the holding over these a late perioi the 7, the whole Arrangements of our printing office are
07 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. GLADSTONE THE INCOME TAX. It will be recollected that on the extension of the income tax to all persons

MR. GLADSTONE THE INCOME TAX. It will be recollected that on the extension of the income tax to all persons

receiving £100 per annum, Mr. Phelps, a gentleman resident in Birmingham, addressed a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, respecting the compensation proposed to given by the remission of the tea, soap, and other duties, fir the imposition of a direct income tax. Mr. Glad
07 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland