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MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COURT.

MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COURT.

M gEPTCAL ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COURT. ?? . ?? 1. .. .1-1- - _ r as -. ?? .. We understand that the following appointments have been made Physicians in Ordinary to his Majesty-Sir Gilbert Blane, Bart., Sir H. Halford, Bart., Sir M. Tierney, Bart. Physicians Extraordinary-Sir James
27 July 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW PUBLICATION.

NEW PUBLICATION.

-E - NEWV PUBLICATIQN. Mlie ?? is from a forthcoming Vadlumc of Poersnz ly P. E. Byrne, Esq.:- STANZAS. \,When the lieart's Iiry visions have faded away, And tie dreamns of its b9oyhood are gone, And it droops, like the rose that hangs pale in decay, .All scentless! and lonely! a
22 October 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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ii~B' ICATIOATS S a :r PAIILIA IENT. let -r diog and useful Work of reference c. ?? is l'ubli~iae, by JOHN CUMc'dlNG LowerOr end. ' 'in nile neat xohtlutie, SvO. post, bound, and emb lished ! IN no lnll ?? tS or CorzaioNts. Price I0 fd. ~';yh'" c'l' ll' I OF PARLIAMENT (for Irela
23 May 1831 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW STAMP ACTS.

THE NEW STAMP ACTS.

Tflr. si rAlIP ACI S. lnzour commtient on the i3uilget we stated that it W;B difficult for a man capable of exercising his reason- ing faculties to suppose that this engine, invented by the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER for the oppres. sioan of this country, was intended to extend
19 April 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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PRI'CES ?? iRISHI STOCTC ox TUEDA7Y I Gave imelit I ?? Pi ?? tweet -, - ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 - _ - 'Stoek. 3. per (Cent ?? Ditto N e-- -- 994 Stolk 4 per Cellt 1004 - -~k Stock L~Debenturee, 3j per cent. ?? Ge. 2d.) 9)2 ?? Stock -~ - - - - - - - - - - - 236 'lloyal Canal Stock .. 4'74 G
26 May 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIS MAJESTY'S HEALTH.

HIS MAJESTY'S HEALTH.

HIS MAJESTY'S HEALTIH. (FROM TH.E INTELLrGENCE.) Sunday afternoon, Four o'Clock. We have just received our Windsor express. Windsor, Sunday, lalf-past One, P.M. Ntghing of interest has transpired since my despatch this morning. H is Majesty remains in the same state. Some of the
26 May 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PERIODICAL LITERATURE.

PERIODICAL LITERATURE.

PE&RM)DICAL LITERATURE. l ILAW MAGAZINE. (FROM THE DUBLIN LrrEILARY GAZETTE.) We have a selfish motive in noticing the last number of this excellent Magazine, the leading article is headed " Eloquence of the Irish Bar," and does ample justice to the splendid merits of the many hi
26 May 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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SALE ES BBY AUCTIONT. Exten iqve an1d imorcqervetl Sile aby Auetion.t af c teellelit ?? on litire, briee sui perhb1a ss Carpkts, two la le Cehinwerl (liGhseq, ?? ?? Cars'and Ilarntess, a Library, Booclca~e &v. &r. TO BE SOI1) RY AUCTION, MONDAY DAYHlS V ). :31st May, 18.1), .A'T
31 May 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGEISM IN SCOTLAND.

ORANGEISM IN SCOTLAND.

DORANGCEISMT IN SCOTLAND. On ?? 12th of July there was a most tremendous row in our streets, which commenced in Durmfiies, extended to Maxwelltdwn, and raged unabated for several hours, in spite of tlhe utmost efforts of the. police. Offence had been taken by some -of the Irish C
22 July 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INTENDED DUBLIN MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

INTENDED DUBLIN MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

INTENDED DUBLIN NWISICAT'.FESTIVAL, Yesterday a meeting was held at ie \.,m-nsi on-, pursuant to notice, in order to open a bseription ?? - adopt preptratory mea&ures for a grand musical faativ, a held in theeo~urse of the ensuing autumn. Shordy afteti o'aeck - The LQ )D MAYOR wa
22 July 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland