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11131A7'itE LA HI~L E,3S' nETGS to acquaint the Ladies, that she las JO 9 turned from London with the comprising Dresses, Bontets, Caps, French, anish, ant English Flowers, at all pries; al-o, a va sty of ver: beautifuil illourningg Flowers, and other Fancy Goods. M1adame LA 5o01
10 April 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BISHOP OF EXETER AND THE CLERGY RESERVE BILL—CANADA.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER AND THE CLERGY RESERVE BILL—CANADA.

]IBE II3SIIOP OF EXETER AND TIlE CLERGY RESERVE BILL-CANADA. TOi 5p..ech with which tile Bishop of Exeter intro. Ieel1 his motion for referring to the Jodges' certain qocstiOnl7 relative to the late Act of the Legislature oif Upper Canada, is one every way to be deplored. The qle
28 April 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHINA—REPRISALS—ORDER IN COUNCIL.

CHINA—REPRISALS—ORDER IN COUNCIL.

CHINA-REPRISALS-ORDER IN COUNCIL. PRESENTED TO PARLIAMENT DI COAilANED OF HER MA-' JESTY, 14Ti APHIL, 1840. At the Court at Buckinghain Palace, the 3d day of April, 1840. Present, the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. Her-Majesty having taken into consideration the late
17 April 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INZELLIGENCE. Easter Term opened yesterday. ne COURT OF CHANCERy. SboIn this court the following gentlemen were sworn in le before the Lord Chancellor as members of the bar.- lit.Wm. Bernard Campion, Esq., third son of the Re. ?? Campion, of Knockmiourne, in the county of Cor
16 April 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EASTER VESTRIES.

THE EASTER VESTRIES.

2Vf.,7 LR"gTrrR P'BsTRn1s; e vestries commenced yesterday (being Mister Monday. n the iajolity of the parishes throughout ti e city. The ft vestST. MARY'S PARISH. The first vestry took place at half-past eleven o'clock, The Venerable Archdeacon LINDSAY in thlechair. Geravise Murr
21 April 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STRANGE DOINGS IN BRITISH GUIANA.

STRANGE DOINGS IN BRITISH GUIANA.

MTRANGE DOINGS IN BRITISH GUIANA. ! rom several files of the Berbice A dvertiser, now before us, as well as from private letters re- ceived in town, we learn that certain very strange proceedings in British Guiana have created the strongest feelings of dissatisfaction amongst the
14 April 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
 
AGGREGATE MEETING-LORD STANLEY’S REGISTRATION BILL. THE acting Members of the Liberal Clubs, and of the National Trade*’ Political Union, are

AGGREGATE MEETING-LORD STANLEY’S REGISTRATION BILL. THE acting Members of the Liberal Clubs, and of the National Trade*’ Political Union, are

attend preliminary meeting at the CORN-EXCgiANEE ROOMS, on THIS DAY (Friday), the ITtMnitdbtlto make arrangement* for the on Monday next. < DANIEL O’CONNELL, Chairman of «he Committee,
17 April 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
per Cent. Cnnsoli Three fit Half Stork Ditto, New, 1830... 3>4 per Cent. Debs 91 \ Rank Stock 180 Royal

per Cent. Cnnsoli Three fit Half Stork Ditto, New, 1830... 3>4 per Cent. Debs 91 \ Rank Stock 180 Royal

Canal Stock G rami Canal Stock GramlC.D. 6p.Ct. 87* O rami C. f). 4 p. Ct. Kingstown Railroad National Ina. CityD. Steam Cms’ |l6 Ditto stock (i Rritiah and Irikh Hiherrlan Rank.... Royal Rank 9* MiningCo.oflreland GENERAL ROST OFFICK—ApbiI 15. Despatch of Irish Carriers »• 0 mi
17 April 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Martha, relict of George Casement, Esq., of Larne. In Belfast, Mr. William Nicholl. At Prospect, near Swords, Ignatius Purcell, Esq., aged 97. At Kingston, Jamaica, Charles Warner, Esq. Ballyhaise, Miss Rose Fay. In this city, Mr. George Watkins. In Kilkenny, Mrs. M urphy. C*«tl
17 April 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland