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DUBLIN, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1854.

DUBLIN, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1854.

51je Kuiv-at I DUBJLIN, MONUAY, AUGU8i 2;, 18 ;| tIIE" AV Ali.. SURRENDER OF BOOMAliSUND. The garrison of Boomarsund made but a slight is resistance. The guns had scarcely been placed in R position when the garrison capitulated, and tbe .!ti Russian general with 2,000 men, was rm
21 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHRUCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHRUCH.

I, J I THE, CATO IC dHUROH. COMEORATIVE, iE8TIVJL-;Db&M~IcA. * CHURCH,; DOMINIC i-STREET. thle The FNslival 'iof;St. Dominick, tha i-llutstrious ondro fry the Friar Preachers, WAS 'celebsrated etera at'te Dmi- sit, nican Church, Dienmark-street, with all the, soliefinity for ih w
05 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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?? The6Rav,. Joftr- d his brother, the ev..Dasmdl Crotty, of' o eft wterfoid, on-Satar- day, in4 the' MOi s The inhah ba3' ~en tout te Fra a.,-LiTJPri*G R~q3oz0. dete. df t t a* of Kautuorkand its neighbourbood. have ?? to vite their respected and' patriotic pastor, the . VTry1eV
24 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ABDUCTION CASE.

THE ABDUCTION CASE.

Tk ABDUCION.: CASE. 1 SENTENCE O:MR. ca R ES A 'The; prione'r -w~s plnaced on his, trial on yesterday for 'a distinct ' and substantive felony. He was charged'with. haviig comlmitted a feioniou, a3sault on Smithowick the herdsman, whoq behaved so valiantlg, and, contaributed sot
01 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MURDERS AT ESHER.

THE MURDERS AT ESHER.

* -fTRIAL OF MlRt. UPOUGa, GnILDFoRD, WRDZ~saDAy.-This morning having been specially appointed for the trial of Mary Anne Brougb, for the wilful murder of six of her children, in June last, long before the hour appointed for opening the court (nine o'clock) the Town Hall was den
11 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Tf HE QUBEI4'S EROYAL 'HPAT#l4-Tf ;1 V T ING ?? August 4,, will fie p ned1 e tbe Drama of JACK SHfHPPi4 D.-3aek Shep i~ Ir ,11 u- Atkinson. 'At w t.I ISECOND FLOO,'-'Mr felix Toddle, Mr fid , Jacob Close, Mr Toolk, inho b-hee, will ,sing ?? ,and ?? Dinah" Fancyi 4 lo"ve Urs Vautg
04 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS—SMITHFIELD.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS—SMITHFIELD.

Zbc 4rtcrnalvs urtvnat DUBLIN, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1864. I THE DUBLIN MARKETS-SMITHFIELD. I . . . ..U ?? perceive that a special meeting of the Town I Council has been called for this day by the Lord Mayor, for the purpose of taking into consideration t the existing condition of t
28 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

X I . THE CATHOLIC CHURCE. X - -. At a Chaptelr held laW week by the Fathers of the Frat- Ciscan Order, the Very Rev. Elward Hogan was appointed provincial, and the Rev. Charles Browne (late of this city), as guardian of their Convent at Cork. ToE CoADJuTOR BisHOp OF DItOMOitit-I
28 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

?? :m i LONDO XMAQET I~mlai~l rndbah nttvnfnA lhnA A .b Colonial produce has attracted lesi attenton this Week t n Indli sugar hass met with very little inquiry, and foei ht of tended doWnwards. Plantation, at a oiught decline, h' bs i in Increased request. ?? has ruled quiet at
28 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT FIRE AT CUBITT'S FACTORY, PIMLICO.

GREAT FIRE AT CUBITT'S FACTORY, PIMLICO.

GREAT FIRE AT OUBITT'S FACTORY, PIMLICO. I Tue most Pxr-in- - . OUe ?? extenslve connagration that has occurred iit London for several years past tappeued onr Thursday morn- ina a, Pimlico, at a lew minutes past twelve o'clock. The disaster commenced in a range of promises nearly
19 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland