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FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FA I -- I I I `Mjik'MOR=tSEPT.2. ?.The QduehiandthePAne rodeout' on horsebs k Mcsterday mornhng, The Pridesrf!Royal end Princess .if1It rode t the ffle 'of te Garawalt' The .Princa of Wales aid Prince Alfred took *aliing exereise i 'Tgib Earl of Aberdeen 'citinues at ArgylU House
26 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"THE O'CONNELL MONUMENT."

"THE O'CONNELL MONUMENT."

I . TO THE EDITOR OF THE FEUIEMAN. September 25, 1854. Sca-Will YoU allow. ne to State in. answer to numerous enquirles, that I had nothing whatever to do with the er- rangements for laying the first stone of my father's monu- ment, and knew nothing of it till I received a short
26 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

I,, A ,r,¢S, ' B E ro I .JcseAfram Evbich .th gteat o do, ' ioer e tol ,.aesaome an idaportant'pobitioz'n; l;jr1tugaI. I iolitiere r~t Jbbe History of t ?? 'English by' the Rev.'Mr. Mheban, ;iitd iwa6haseir by;.ther court-cg Itbat d*ito'be tlidi basosa ftrofil from Usbon to Perls
27 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH TENANTLEAGUE—THE CONFERENCE.

THE IRISH TENANTLEAGUE—THE CONFERENCE.

' T :. ., ii: ?? . 1 ' ?? ?? !i'4 Conferyceoftli~tiendenof teetrt p~~BP i cenntlfj Cvevn sd 'by a ~equistio. i.anmsrous'isrond induen- f ?? , Waiield ~idterdayaWtblie 9nCil oonls of the rish Tennint League, ?? tA i11ao nit' stt.mieasre for. advandlng jhe'tenant~rjgbI1.cueg, ,Aron
27 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EMPEROR'S VISIT TO BOULOGNE.

THE EMPEROR'S VISIT TO BOULOGNE.

THE EMPEROR'S VISIT TO BOB., I BouLoGsz. TuimDAv. -PmU ^Tha u: a ?? -- -- ?? - I ?? vL 5of the Emperor the camp at Equiheu was not attended by any large aetart manoeuvres, it being merely a visit of inspection; mter being drawn up in line in front of their smail tent i te lop Emp
14 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT OF THE JOURNALS.

SPIRIT OF THE JOURNALS.

f[ (From als uiane) it is with regard to the cholera, as with all aimtilar cala- mnities, familiarity with dangers disarms them of half their terrors. The epidemic has been hanging over the metropolis for well nigh ten weeks--we. take no account-of the first week, during which o
14 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

..I- ,," ?? r e ?? I ?? l j The iteekly mieetlng of, the guardians' pf ,tbls'"hti w 3 eheld on yesterday in .the board-rooniof the, wo~h~onse, N. orth' Brune wickistreets ' 1- , ?? . I t,, a B4.fl CsAC Ecq. in, the cair.; 2'he following' gusridiis' 'ttebded -Mie~sar& Cabrseis Tho
14 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. DR. CAHILL IN BALTINGLASS.

THE REV. DR. CAHILL IN BALTINGLASS.

I THE REV DR. CAHILLJN BALTINGLASS. '(FROM OUR OWN REPORTUR.) It having been announced that'ithe Rev. Dr. Cahill had appointed Sunday last as the day on which he Would deliver an appeal in aid of the fieuds for the completion of the new and beautiful church of3 Baltinglase, tb6 i
12 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD LORTON AND HIS TENANTS.

LORD LORTON AND HIS TENANTS.

An address to Viscount Lorton from his tenants was pre- sented to the noble lord on Saturday at Rockiogham, by a -deputation consisting of the following gentlemen, of whom nine were Roman Catholici and six Prutestants :-Th-ey 'were Mr John Woulfe Flanagan, chairman of the meetin
12 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

_? ~ ~ ~ ` , ,, , ,, , ! , , ?? _ R ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 I ; : p'J , _ ..I , . -777 7I7 ?? ; 7 . X . ..e . ?? (BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.) THE PRINCIPALITIES. ;Thel'oomespondent of ?? states, from Bucharest, thatsiierly ths entirb bf'the Turkiiah army'haa ?? into Wai3ochla. Camps bave bean eest
06 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland