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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 CAROWNERS OF DUBLIN.

THE CAROWNERS OF DUBLIN.

IShe $reemawst ournaL DUBLIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1854. THE CAROW1NERS OF DUBLIN. We are glad to- perceive that since we 'called attention. to the monstrous attempt about being made to deprive some two or three hundred of the carowners of Dublin of their entire means of support
22 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

I , ?? - 8- A~ O .: -. A.. i ?? ";,.s3pT DIB-nl :; -: I - I' | 'lbs weeklymmeeting of thsguardlianof' thi0 APto1P *901 held yesterday: in uthe hbourd-reom. of Ithe wornke55s, JaMes's-stre.t. Sire RoSanT Skwi Buart., in the chair. .The following ?? oul0anl 'Csp;ain Lindsay, J P,;
22 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

REAt D THE NEW EDITION: I ON NERVOUs AND GENERATIVE DISEASES. Just Published, 20th Thousand. Illustrated with Colo5ed Engravings, Price Is., or In a sealed envelops, free by ?? for 18 Postage Stamps. VYEALT; AND 1iAPPINESS, the means by wvich .kLt they may be obtained, a medical
22 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

.TETHEITEwD sTATES. I ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIO. (FaRO OUR OWN OORSESPODWRNT.) Liverpool, Wednesday. 'The United States mail steam-ship ,Baltic, Captain Corn- Atok, arrived at half-past two oclock, this morning, hat owing to the dense fog then prevailing in the river, her mails were
28 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
all recollect what talk was made some time ago about the Chinese insurrection, and the new and extraordinary religious sentiments

all recollect what talk was made some time ago about the Chinese insurrection, and the new and extraordinary religious sentiments

that appeared with it. This event was hailed in England as the conversion of the Celestial Empire to Christianity, and was referred to nothing less than miraculous agency. Moreover, it was broadly averred that the Chinese Christians were genuine Protestants. Those neophytes had,
25 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PREMIER AND THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF IN THE BALTIC.

THE PREMIER AND THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF IN THE BALTIC.

THE PREMIER AND THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF THE BALTIC. There is no doubt that Sir C. Napier it on his road hose, if he not already in English waters. (or the causesof ibis return we will say nothing until we know more. Meanwhile we ma? state that there no likelihood of hit returning
22 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland