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LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.

LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.

ITHE YttEEIMAN'S JOURNAL DUBLIN, MONDAY; JANUARY 13, 1840. - FRANCE. The Paris papers of Wednesday have arrived by the ordinary express, together with letters from several of our correspondents. The Moniteur publishes a royal ordinance, dated the 5th inst., enjoining all clergym
13 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVEE AT THE CASTLE.

LIVEE AT THE CASTLE.

LEVEE AT THEECASTLE. On Saturday his Excellency Viscount Ebrington held his first levee for the season. The number of personages wbo paid their respects to the Viceroy on the occasion was unusually large. The fine band of the 6th or Inniskilling Dragoons were stationed inthie Upp
13 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS—WAR OFFICE, JAN. 31.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS—WAR OFFICE, JAN. 31.

XMIITARY 656NT~ PR~~TONS-WAI OFntciJ.SI 8th R ~ riN. 31 rue oun negament at Light DrjgaonsaCgpatinJ.. M'Callt be Dajor,' by purchase, vice Wodehouse, .who retires; I B 'Lieutenant' .-G. L. 'Meason to be Captain, by purchase, viee M'Call; ''Cornet the Hon. J. Sandilnds to be Lie.
4 February 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEITRIM ASSIZES.

LEITRIM ASSIZES.

I - , LEITRIM ASSIZrS. . , . ?? l'efore Mr. Sergeant Green. fF- ( Rq?,Ot0R o05?t UEPOaTER.) William ?? Rutledge, John M'Entire, David Williamson;-.l Thomas Patterson, Pat Hurst, J. M'Corrniok, Owen I-[carst. "ames M'Corduck, N. Elliott, Wilillam Sterison, Thomas Wilson. James Ham
2 March 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

THE'ARMT. By letters frorm the Mauritius, of the 24th February last, we find that Captain T. O'Brien, 87'Lh Roval Irish Fust- leers, has been appointed Military Secretary to the Acting Governor Capt. the HIon. Le Poer Trench. 52d, brother of Lord Clancarty, has succeeded Capt. ti
15 June 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A WORD TO OUR CATHOLIC FRIENDS IN ENGLAND.

A WORD TO OUR CATHOLIC FRIENDS IN ENGLAND.

I We have had occasion, more than once, to allude to the controversy which has subsisted for some time between a talented and distinguished organ of Catholic feeling at the French press and a London print which aspires to a similar preroga- tive among the Catholics of' England.
24 December 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANSION HOUSE—YESTERDAY.

MANSION HOUSE—YESTERDAY.

I g , % S7 o OUS s o 'A I.. *"E ;ORlN GRO WERS AGAINST TI5S Co6*N BrS3tGrrS-. dPORiANT DxClrq..This base; in' which' Mr.; Hugh H.ealy, agricultujet; -is' the plaintiff', and Messrs. Carter It and Hastings, corn merchants, are the defendants,'d which, froma its great public import
24 December 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRADE.

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRADE.

I The weekly meeting of the Board of Trade, for the pro- motion'of Irish manufacture, was held yesterday, at the ci Board-room, Winetavera-atreet. The meeting' was very ri numerously attended. p The Rev. Dr. FLaANAGAN presided in the chair. 1n Mr. Mooney handed in 301. from '.th
24 December 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

211rh CATtlOt6e C1URnof. /Pvflis n -d kZt1OVE OUa OWN CORtRESPONDENT.) -BRITISH GUIANA. We have received interesting communications concerning the state of religion from Georgetown: and Berbice to the 2d January last. Notwithstanding the aid of the secular arm, and plenty of the
14 April 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAJORITY AND MINORITY ON THE CHINA QUESTION.

MAJORITY AND MINORITY ON THE CHINA QUESTION.

MASOUITY An M1iun1RTY oiS ntH CINA QUESTION, w.sa~na.-.motlon made, and questiorn put_" That it appears ,. to this liouse on Consideration of thle papers relating to the Chinla, presenlted to th is hlouse by commrnnd of her Me. the Jetty, that the interruption in our comm ercial
14 April 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland