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SPORTING.

SPORTING.

SPOR TING. | ?? \ I K1iGHTON RACES. The Radnorshire Stakes of ;5 sovs each, with 20 aded f6J horses riot thorough bred, was won by Mr. E. Jones's bib, yrs old, by Spectre, beating six others. , The Farmers' "Cup, for intrained horses, at two heats, by Mr. Green's br m Bessy, by H
8 July 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—SATURDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS—SATURDAY.

HOUSE OF LOAADS-SATUVDAY. A . - - - . . 1 ?? soon as The Lords Com~missioners, and the members of the ad H ouse of Commons had retired., after thle royal assent had be enl 4rgiven to -"divers gets," Lord Lyndhturst prinounced judgruentin to the ita ?? by the noble and .a, Ilearne
20 October 1831 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALES BY AUCTION. AUCTION OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. . TO BE SOLD BY AUCTON. AT NO. 2, OLD .,DOAfI'ItCK-STREET , On THIS DAY, WEI)NESDAY 3d NOVEMBER-, And :f`tlowiug dav, .. liE 'AVLUXBLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITITRE, in t't .bigh. preservqtion-rfonsistinfg 6f eighteen PlirJorir Chairs, and
3 November 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT REFORM MEETING.

GREAT REFORM MEETING.

GREAT RELOThI MEETJING. W d 1]5,d }ht r., - I , . v, e join not roons on yesterday fur th oll igipehe e livered at this iniportani mteetjiil olwngsece e Counsellor HlADOCrK then rose, and spoke ,sflos - v Lord, the advocates who aiv e thsdiireee lm ors the toe sure of' Reformn sa
17 March 1831 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL OF THE UNION.

REPEAL OF THE UNION.

REPEAL OF TIT, UNION- r l !4 TbiS i3 not tbe cause of liction, 'snor of party, nor o0 any-individual, but the common cause of every main - r . A new" enemy, to the cause of Ireland has sprung * from that lurking hole, in which its prudence-not its 'vill -for some time kept it con
20 October 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORONER'S INQUEST.

CORONER'S INQUEST.

IInfnrnin ,CORONR.S El IN E9T, * egven 015 lI as(l-av eveni ag to the Police at Wil-Ijimarown 1hat sI n of the.Tinaemor Richard Herbert, who keeps a public IhOI'sc at Merrion, hadmree i ie rde Herbrt, o re evni~of 'uesay last, rtle taic~e accordingly arrested Herbert, and filoiwb
11 August 1831 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FALL OF WARSAW!—TUMULTS IN PARIS!

FALL OF WARSAW!—TUMULTS IN PARIS!

FALL OF WARSAW !-1IUMULTS IN PARIS! The lamentable event which, quoting from the Standard and Courier, we announced to have occurred some days ago, has positively taken place. Warsaw has fallen-and PaskeWitsch and the Grand Duke Michael have at length set up the Russian eagle on
22 September 1831 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REFORM MEETING—PARISH OF ST. ANDREW.

REFORM MEETING—PARISH OF ST. ANDREW.

REFORM MEETING-PAIISTI oF ST. ANDREW. Yestord av.evln mi, ?? ~Y.P~iT s~t oreqtoisition, sasighlyrespectahle meteting Wd, of this parish, wts. bald in the long room, Home's lhut-I, to conl- es Sider the- propriety. of- forwardling, a petition. to the House of- .Id 1ods praying the
22 September 1831 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CbRR.8SpoN The TimeC of this Iornonglhas a leadn June 20th calls " a report" ,(your;Corspondent dtharle ' 183i of it as a fact,) that the Tory Lords have dec' u frtnid it aa amendra ?? up 5 yr, an amendment to the address. The Spirit in wb, kovit comments upon so foolish
23 June 1831 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY, LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND, &c. &c. &c.

TO THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY, LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND, &c. &c. &c.

TO THE MARQUISS OF. ANGLESEY, LORD LlEUTE. NANT or IRELANIt, &c. &c. &o. My LoRn-Amid the almost innurnerab'le variety of causes to which may be, attribut4d, with truth the greatibillk of those ca- lamitires with which this unhappy country has been for sorte years rdflicted, ?? i
23 June 1831 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland