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LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MAtRKETS. It COR1T-RX0iI\AN(;3, NMovi).vr, lmtanu.tnis '24--Our art rival( of FEiiglish Wh'bat (Ilii lg titu ptavt uick oild thii miorning liive l,eo b. small * thle fl:i on ., tile Whelit hitillg improved by the dry weather, wur ci;ll.-rs pturieQ cod frc lv at ;dil advano
28 February 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

ZMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS-FaiziAw, FEB. 21. The LOaD CHANCELLOR tookhis seat on the woolsack at five o'clock. Viscount MEALBOURNE, sx nsawer to Lord ELLaEXNo- uouoi, stated that he could not at the moment say 'what arrangement might be entered into with the East India C
24 February 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE.

RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE.

I Ie at- - One of the most conclusive andgratifying proofs of the growing importance of this country is the anxiety manifested by eminent foreigners to Iake themselves acquainted with the actual condition of. the people, and the causes which have led to our so-ial and politlcal
14 February 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1840.

DUBLIN: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1840.

THE FREEEMAN'vS JOURNAL >UBLIN:SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29iS4() FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.-THE MINISTRY. The Paris correspondent of the Morning Chronicle, in a letter written at a late hour on i Tuesday evening, says, " I have this moment 1 heard that the Duc de Broglie is still emp
29 February 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIALISM.

SOCIALISM.

THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL DUBLIN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1840. The House of Lords has occupied itself a good t deal of late in exposing the hideous deformity of Ro- wi bert Owen's new Social system. That their Lord- ships have been often far less usefully employed, few even of those wh
7 February 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CRIME IN ENGLAND.

CRIME IN ENGLAND.

1~~~f4 MrsolAs - * aJJS1A LTCAL ?? 'AT NEsWcra'.-A moat atta- tious murder has been committed duriog'efvek. -A poor ting and very old woman had beein employed fo' many ybar as e- letter-carrier between Newbridge and the parts adjacent; on Wednesday evening she left llewbridg& wit
18 February 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE CORPORATION.

MEETING OF THE CORPORATION.

MlEETING OF THE CORPORATION. There was a post assembly of the Corporation held on Monday, at the Assembly Rooms, William-street. Shortly after the opening of the assembly a message was sent down from the Board of Aldermen, desiring the con. currence of the Sheriffis and Commons r
26 February 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OP COMMONS.—Mown at. Faa. 3.

HOUSE OP COMMONS.—Mown at. Faa. 3.

The Sprakbe took the chair shortly after four o’clock. Mr. COMPTON presented Several petitions against Socialism.** Lord CLEMENTS presented a petition from Leitrim in favor of the extension of the suffrage. Mr. VILLIERS presented petitions from Yorkshire in favor of the repeal o
6 February 1840 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEST OF IRELAND

WEST OF IRELAND

STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. CAPITAL. 4280,000, In 25,000 Shares of .£lO each. Deposit, £1 per Share Bernard, Edward, Esq. Bourne, Richard, Esq. Brown, John, Esq. Hartley, James, Esq. Mahony, Pierce, Esq. PANI London—Glyn, Halifax, I Mills and Co. Roche, Sir White, Jol Wood, T, Van
22 February 1840 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
149 13 8 2 15 8

149 13 8 2 15 8

£2021 2 6 laraber of persons in the house, 567. JOHN BASSETT, House Steward. We bare examined the foregoing Account, and Dewed the different Vouchers, and have found perfectly fair and correct in every particular, and Tig a balance due of SEVEN HUNDRED and FORTY HI POUNDS, SEVEN
22 February 1840 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland