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aittrature. 1. THEi iNIVERSITY INAGAZINE;.- For some time past the TUniversity Magazine has not reached us in the regular order of transmission, and we have been conse- quently (lisappointed. The January number is, how. ever, before us, and contains ample promise of excel- lence
16 January 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE COTEMPORARY PRESS.

THE COTEMPORARY PRESS.

C TR P E.- i THE COThMPORARY PR.ESS. I ti TIMES.-The prospects of the new year, although not no unclouded, are as fair as those disclosedlby any of its imtne- t diate predeneasors. ae We begin the year in, peace with every state of Europe; *S we are at peace with America; and we
3 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

I DUBLIN POLICE-YESTERDAY. d HENRY-STREET OFFICE. A servant named John Skelly charged two persons named It William Dalton and John Burke with having robbed him 0of 15s. From the evidence of the complainant, it appeared that the parties met in a public-house where they had some dr
3 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

* ?? ROYAL, DUBLIN. Ge~ cet tfegr D. LEONARD (of the Theatre. 011daPps arhet), the popular Irish Comedian, who is g ~ ot$ foribt rights only. ?? ?? thge last night of the new Pantomime Pos 'pEsNT MONDAY, Jan. 22, 18I wlS be Peformed tha Comedy, in Two Acts, of THE IRISH ATTORNEY;
22 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE TRIALS—INSULT TO THE CATHOLICS OF IRELAND.

STATE TRIALS—INSULT TO THE CATHOLICS OF IRELAND.

S T A T E i. ' T ' T L I. SkATE~lttiBW-IgLT ?? T-I'I CATOLics .. ?? ?? . - , ?? nme .te. the pgtition- in bhcrrence of the attempted stain sought to be thrown on their itharwters as Catholics and Irishmen. On Friday last crowded meetings of the Catholics of Traleo and Killarney w
18 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TRADE OF DUBLIN.

TRADE OF DUBLIN.

.On the lst of January, last year, the stock of sugar in the bonded warehouses of this port, inchlding East India, Ead been 18,280 hundred weight. This year, on the same day, it amounted to 11,440 hundred, or 6,8B6 hundred less. During the year of 1842 the quantity quoted here g
4 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

, " i P.L,; a , h ?? ., k. of the Legtiinhsi who repaired to EngDind bt specbt to the Duke of Bordeaux. Ee denied siit any at- tempt was made:to treat the Duke' B£ordeair asove-, reign. Tbere had been,, he 'protested, ao conspiracy, the Legitimmts having merely paiditheir res;eot
19 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC MOVEMENT.

THE CATHOLIC MOVEMENT.

I I ~ The party of the prosecution must be sunk low in- io deed when so doughty- an advocate, as the Mail can. Is. not make on its behalf a better case thin the lawe and es inconclusive sentences which that joiurnal devoted to re their servicelast nighti .. to Conceive. the foll
9 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EXTRAORDINARY FORGERY OF WILLS CASE.

THE EXTRAORDINARY FORGERY OF WILLS CASE.

THE 'EXTRAORDINARY FORGRYOF WILL s . . LONDON MANSION-RO0SE-5:MONDAY. This morning being appointed for the re.examination of the parties in custody, charged with forging the will of' Ann Slack and others, the justice room at the Mansion- house, as on ormer 'occasions, was crowded
25 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRES IN LIVERPOOL.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES IN LIVERPOOL.

FURTHER PARTICUL&BS. (From the Liverpool AMercurry of Friday. ) Ten o'Clock. Men are now being employed removing the rubbish away frolqX wofern side of the premises. .16t s anstahined, including *the buildings, machinery, goods, &c., is estimated under 70,0Q0L A considerable por
1 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland