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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

An'nA. , fl . L. On Tuesday last the Right Rev. Dr. Hely appointed the Rey. Jamnes Maher, Professor. in Carlow College, Parish Ptiest of Graigute and Killeshin, in the room of the' late la- inented Rev. Mr. Bafter.-Leinster Independent: X PROPAGANDA AT RoyAl.-Academical orations-
29 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE ELECTIONS.

THE LATE ELECTIONS.

THE LATE ZLECTrOWS, .1 . - . - - (From the Morning Chronicle.J The Tories, day after day, have been boasting of the advantages which they were to derive from the, elections, which would afford an incontro-l t vertible proof of the reaction in the public mind in | favour of that p
29 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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
 
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAG ZINE FOR FEBRUARY, CONTENTS. Jr Theory of Tiagvdy—ll. Wolfgang Meomg—lll. Hymns Song a]M«tart>ed Exiled. H. Simmon*.—V. Wellington.—Vl.

BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAG ZINE FOR FEBRUARY, CONTENTS. Jr Theory of Tiagvdy—ll. Wolfgang Meomg—lll. Hymns Song a]M«tart>ed Exiled. H. Simmon*.—V. Wellington.—Vl.

The Song of to aged Bard. Prom Ibe Gieilc—Vll. Song sung at the Symposium the Saloon. of January, 1040.—V111. Miss Martlneau IX. Letter from Hannibal Smith, Krq.. with the Trips of the Lily.—X. Grimm's Teutonic Grammar.—Xl. Algiers.—Xll. The Dream Mohammed the Second —XIII. Poet
31 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'HANCERV.

'HANCERV.

Edmund Alexander Douglass And Wile, Plaintiff*; Jtlin Boyd, Charles Doug Uis, Robert Wilson, Mllllcent Mary Allen, and Henry Kills Allen. Defendants. PURSUANT tl«- Decree of her |*■ Court of Chancery In lr<jMd,M date the day oNMI 1M9.1 will, FRIDAVJfWr day of FEBRUARY vJxJI hour
31 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BKVKBLHY KLKCTION

BKVKBLHY KLKCTION

Stn'e of the poll the close Friday : Fox (Conservative) .... Mt» Murray (Whig Radical) 4l'» Majority for the Conservative. I 4'» FALMOUTH AND KLKCTION. State the poll the close on Friday four o'clock Mr. Hut chins(the Wl'ig candidate .... ..... 402 Mr. Car (the Conservative candi
29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO UN IMPORTATION ACT.

CO UN IMPORTATION ACT.

IMPORTATION ACT. The house having resolved itself into committee upon this act, Mr. LABOUCHEUE said, that had already iniimiu d his intention bringing hill for the purpose of assimilating the law of Ire! »o that of England the importation of flour. At present American Hour import
29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HANK lIUPT

HANK lIUPT

Ji.hn Henry, the town Armagh, w» the >ty Armagh, bj ih» Iter and atallonef, dealer anil chapman, to mimm-lcr s Ittnias, thcr'th day hebtuoy rvKt, and vit TticuJsj, the 10th day ot Match following- Mitt WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1840. PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. Monday was stirring and a
29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“TO TUB EDITOR OF THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH.

“TO TUB EDITOR OF THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH.

“Sir, —ln your paper of Thursday last, just now placed hands, it appears you have thought fit to pro~ont me, iu especial manner, to the notice of the public, for having annexed ray name to the Down declaration. I therefore claim & brief space iu your columns to enable me to say
29 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland