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ROYAL VISIT.

ROYAL VISIT.

ROYAL TIiTr. e siate whips intended t6 be sworo by Ki Ka asty a Coachmen-'are furnished by Word and Good- land, of Parliamen.stsreet, sadlers to his Excellencv 1he 'Lord Lieutenant-they are of the most costly and elegant manuf'cture, surpasiribg any thing of -he detiqription ever
9 August 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

7wd1it2A tu CA tLE i "ALE'o LEMONS AND ORIANGES. BAPBrR AND PVIfM l)1 ,'WILL SELL 1,Y AUCTION, l'o-mu, i -w, SATUIRLAY, 2(lh Instant, At thi- Cuiltol Htoue Doc:, I HE Calro Cf tlhe Schooner Dcspatch, from . St. ilici ei's, cniivisting of 8i0)o Boxes eon-ons and Oranges, In exceil
19 May 1820 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH LAW INTELLIGENCE.

ENGLISH LAW INTELLIGENCE.

NrAL1$;tIkf L4INTELLf&ENCPE. 'j IOURT OF KING'S BENCH, WLTMISscsl, jZB. et. Before the; Lord Chief Justice and Special Ju- *ies. LIBEL. V - . ifl! xING V. 30HY tlNflT. . Mr. Shepherd opened the pleadings. This wvv, an information filed against the defendant, as I Printer, Publish
28 February 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW COSTUME FOR MINISTERS.

NEW COSTUME FOR MINISTERS.

I , isnW CosSThME Fon MINISTi8S. a St,_ It is a well lenuwn fct, ttan an attept was Ensle ngae time sgo to NeguQlte-ife comume,or . ! I~ii *\78j'.tyl j, 2iniCter5, $ i2is eau3C11l' noqrioaus ji hat~its e ~t~Uin w.as fruslf'ated by ,tlW prejttdie~ a utifurtuntefey enteririned hy s
25 November 1820 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE

1 NA VA 1N I NAT, LLIG-F?.NiCE, Poters tonsi, Nut', 20. ' 'Ihis taorinitg srrived at Spithead, tile Hon. Company's Shipf General Palmer, from Madras, which sbe left on the 25th June. Otl the 171h July she spoke the marisiof ' Hasting, in sat. 9.S 25, S. long. 90. 9. El bound to C
25 November 1820 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN—SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1821.

DUBLIN—SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1821.

QIW Sree jremanl' 3uius And Dailv Comi-mercial A'tverLiier- I~H DUBLIN-SA'TURDANY. MAY 5, 1821. I ?? Loandonl Papersof ieNdlueeay, an'd Paris Pri)ts of Sunday last, arrived Isst night., SPA I N The pruh-ozl ?? anml movemen-s of the Allied Enperorn, ?? buejine ?? ly of ?? much imp
5 May 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I [IMPERfIL. JAHLlAVIPVCT. HOUSE OF LORDS-MolsimAv FEs-Asr 12. | IRISH FISHEAIES. |, Mr. Johnson brougtht uli the first Reportfrom II the Commissionprs of Irish Fisheries. THE QUEEN'S TRIAL. Earl DARNLEY said, that as the prosecution (he ought rather to call it the persecution) a
16 February 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE.

DUBLIN POLICE.

' il ti rfl'AElN Poorer | _ ?? t0t'Fi.E,_n--1OlRY AND I ?? FTE. Ora F.iday eveningia w.tnjan .ea- tered te'shop of-ar. Rdwi4d Edgar, ,Nassai`-. street, ffaberdashcr, serected, aad pur'hsedtw cApS, ?? with flowers, forwir 4she -was to, pay thirtyshi lings and upwards. Slie thien t
15 October 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN—FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1821.

DUBLIN—FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1821.

EDE ijfrcufll1n'o- 3iralt , And Daily C(ommercial Adveri'er. DUBL]IN-FRIDAY, SEPTkMBIR 21, 1821, The Packet of TaLsay arrived in Town in the afternoon of y esterday. HIS MAJESTY. The Kip-, it is understood, will leave London to ?? iSaturday) on his journey to the Conti- nent, en
21 September 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &C.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &C.

I - ACCID-rNI'S, OFFE NClE',: 4c. { Oqt Saturday night Major Smoke was taken sie.. h denly ill, at a -house in Catherine-sreet, Strand, I to which he had retired with a female companion g from the Theatre, and on Sunday morning he ex., pired. H-e was attended during Ilis Short i'
21 September 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland