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PRESENT OF A STATE CHAIR TO THE LIBERATOR.

PRESENT OF A STATE CHAIR TO THE LIBERATOR.

PRESlNT OF A STATE CHAIR To THE I - . - - L~~IIBERATOR. I I Having been favoured with a view of a magnificent state chair, intended for presentation to the Liberator, and con- sidering it to be an object which must, hereafter, be esteemed as an interesting national memorial, we d
23 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1844.

DUBLIN: SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1844.

| +i t'r-nanw 3hrUntrna| DUBLIN: SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1844. _I __y TVIE GRANT TO MAYNOOTH-ABUJSE OF TIlM CATHOLIC CLERGY. If'we could'.possibly, feel astonished at 'any want of wisdom which characterises our English rulers in dealing with Irish subjects, we should view with sur- pr
23 March 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

2 iM ..L. UEAL, PARZIAI.EN'T. I HOUSE OF COMMATON`WS -Z9SDAY MARIaU. 20. -- ."(C~1rluded~frem~yrsterdyf-reeman) F Thl County coroners bill was re-committed, and the fifth clauhe acoeeded, safter a'di-ision. Th ilght poaohib iiU *A4 read a seceond time. Adjourned at half-pnst seve
23 March 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

On the 20th Intn~tPrBIRTHS. of a son. fnstant,I atrsonstown Castle, the Countess of "° On the 20th instant, in Ennis, the lady Michael Culling, ES4_ °' a daughter. On the t5th ol Februarv. at Kingston, Cantda. the lady of C"Pt5o C. E. W'lkintsn, of the Royal Rngineers. of a dught
23 March 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICEREGAL COURT—DUBLIN CASTLE.

VICEREGAL COURT—DUBLIN CASTLE.

1, _CYREGAL COIURT-DUBLIN CASTLE. 7 His Exoellency the Lord Lieutenant and the Countess De Grey held their second drawing-room for the season at the Castle on yesterday evening. Their Excellencies entered the Throne-room shortly after nine o'clock, attended by-the following offic
8 March 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LADIES' DRESSES.

LADIES' DRESSES.

D -e LADIES DRE-1RSS DE S REY. XCELIP.'tECY TII COUNTEs5 .. I Ilack Asti train vith point lace and velvet ; black satin BiclI 0ljiell en tablier with point lace, looped velvet, peni3t b tbtttaf. Head-dress, black velvet and diamonds, 3iilic"od 1a point lappets. pearl and diamond
8 March 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING IN BIRMINGHAM.

MEETING IN BIRMINGHAM.

TUESDAY EVENisNu._As the time approaches for the town's meeting to-morrow, the interest increases, and a very general desire seems to pervade all parties to see and hear Mr. O'Connell, who has signified his intention to be present. The demand for tickets of admission to the side
8 March 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OATHS AND DECLARATIONS INSULTING TO THE CATHOLICS.

OATHS AND DECLARATIONS INSULTING TO THE CATHOLICS.

OATHS AND DECLARATIONS INSULTING TXo| ?? THiE CATHOLWS. We copy from the Tablet the' fofrwing address to the Catholle hierarchy and elergy, by our friend Mr. Steele:- "LETTER Xg,* "How CAME THERE TO ME PEOPLE CAT.LE-? W)IS-. W - ?? ?"8r "PARSONS: "Amongst all the qualitios for 'w
8 March 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ``FUTURE'' OF ENGLAND.

THE ``FUTURE'' OF ENGLAND.

I THE " FUTURE" OF ENGLAMD i (FroOm tie Gazette de France.) The population of Great Britain, including Ireland, Scot- land, and Wales, may be taken as twenty-four millions; of which number the nobility, clergy of the higher orders, li batkers, great manufacturers, military and na
26 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KANTURK STEEPLE CHASE RACES.—WEDNESDAY.

KANTURK STEEPLE CHASE RACES.—WEDNESDAY.

KANTURK STEEPLE CHASE RACES.-WEDNESDAY. ?? A . 1 .^ . _ ?? SECOND DAY.-FlIRST RACE. The Duhallow Stakes of 2 80YS- each, 25 added; heats, two miles - weight for age, &c. Mr. OCallaghan'sbm Peggy, Oast lolb(t riscoll) 4 1 1 Mr. Henchy'sbm Minerva, ?? 41b(Crowley) 5 2 0 Mr. MICaske
4 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland