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BATTYS CIRCUSATOYAL, ABBEY-STREET. A grand DAY PERFORMANCE will take on THIS lAY, July 23d,eommencing at One o'Clock. In consequence of the qrowded state of the House, the same entertainments will be repeated until further notice. HIS EVENING, JULY 23d, for the third time in T Du
23 July 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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FINE ARTS. OW Gn VieW, at No. 3t, WESTBIOGIMND-SThBET, GuaNN=tT's Celebrated Painting t{f the Capuchin Chapel at Rome, also, a splendid Paintilwg of St. 's Church, the Vatican, &c., and a varit ?? by esteemed M asters. The Capuchin Chapel has hitherto formed a ion of itself, in t
31 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. ROBERT R. R. MOORE'S LECTURES ON BRITISH INDIA.

MR. ROBERT R. R. MOORE'S LECTURES ON BRITISH INDIA.

UMl. ROBVtT S. iL MOORtt LECTtRMS ON I -~ BRITISH INDIA. . The first of a series of lectures on this very interesting h subject was delivered by this gentleman on last evening, at P the Royal Exchange, to abighly respectable and (consider- k ing the excessive inclemency of the we
31 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL—COMMAND NIGHT.

THEATRE ROYAL—COMMAND NIGHT.

"' THEATRE ROYAL- COMMAND.NIGHT. - . m. ,e . .. I The performanceo p last evening was by command ofbis ,Ece3leney.tbeLordLieutensnt, and. waa,for tbibe befit of Mrf."'OsCloWaft, the very popular and enterpi, n lessee of the Tfieatre, ?? to th&s.very' cams an we add that-t .was8st
19 August 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.

CEOPr T h n about se, ven - eeven o'clockl lat Monday, mornfii* f raned occasiosnat and sme showersohave beens svsa J~as to haepenwtated, as ha, been ascertained by a Sol~j lific apparatus, to'the depth. of nearly two inches. Vio ,'and healthy breezes have, however, prevailed at
19 August 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRIME IN ENGLAND.

CRIME IN ENGLAND.

- -."s, - - " ' , ?e -",r, j 1%1? ; ?, - ?? - - T .7:1 ?? "69left; ?? ,"Alti*a ?. 1.11 - ?? "Ayttal ir ?? A tl ATTOMS! tO Mtl-. ?? 'Saturday evening, the 1 Ith instant, about seven o'clock, one of the most diabolical attempts at murder and I robbery which has occurred in 'this co
22 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GRAND FETE AT LANSDOWNE HOUSE.

THE GRAND FETE AT LANSDOWNE HOUSE.

I - Thursday evening was a scene of peculiar splendour.. The interior of the vast mansion was most brilliantly illu- minated. The apartments thrown open were :-Ist, the great statue gallery ; 2d, the library; 3d, 4th, and .5th, the spacious drawing rooms; 6th and 7th, the noble
7 April 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIGHTFUL OCCURENCE ON THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY—TWO LIVES LOST.

FRIGHTFUL OCCURENCE ON THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY—TWO LIVES LOST.

FRIGHTFUL . OCCURRENCE ON THE GREAT I WESTERN RAILWAY-TWO LIVES LOST. I_. . . - . ^. . . I . 1. .- .. Another of those frightful occurrences which of late have been so frequent on railways took place ?? morning, on the Great Western Railway, at Farringdon, involving the loss of t
29 October 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

PORTOBRLLO ZOOLOGICAL GAA4iS. POMPEII AND HERCULANE: U i HE CONCERT and ERUPTION, pos ed last T evering n coseqence f th rai vvitakeplace THSEVENING (weather permitting). NOTICE. HERE will be a Fete Champetre held at Ir or- T peth's Lodge, Phenix Park, the latter edl this Month,
12 June 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LA 1* NT tRLI yer. a COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.YE5TaaDAY J, Judge Burton and Judge Cramripton entered the court at eleven o'clock, The Queen at the Prosemst;on of Venry Pedder v. John Mr. Iatchell, on the part of the defendant, mentioned to the cotirt that in that case he had been e
12 June 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland