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[ill] POLICE—YESTERDAY.

[ill] POLICE—YESTERDAY.

- ?7a . 0- .= - -- , 10- V_ jri{,&1 ;! OFFICE. 4I1* sD $3&i~t hi the employment GI Mr. page, ?? ^ with having embedzled certain n to his employer. Mr. John A ;9u-a the defendant. The fats of the case appsr ?? defendant was In the habit of X%'e:4 id hs snployer, and also of giving
13 September 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

ZOYAL NATIOXAL RgPElt AS3qocIATION. I jitturia of Repeal Rent for tho week ending M n~ay, 9th Septembeir 1844. VRdj,ranm&agb,perRevg0~weu 00 .£49.0 00 Lisgo ld,`Cork, per 'r 3 Bucktley !- .. 11o00 ,. Cashel, Tipperary, per M D)olan, Esg, Including 11 69 from, Dean M'Donnell .. 01
13 September 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTIVITY OF THE MARTYRS—MEETING OF ST. PATRICK'S WARD.

CAPTIVITY OF THE MARTYRS—MEETING OF ST. PATRICK'S WARD.

CAPTIVITY OF THE MART YRS-MEETING OF | ST. PATRICK'S WARD. I - ?? (COMMUNICATED.) On yesterday an exceedingly numerous and respectable meeting of the Liberal inhabitants and burgesses of St. Patrick's ward was held in Mr. O'Neil's spacious field, Pleasant-street, for the purpose
17 June 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCHAND THE MONSTER GRIEVANCE OF IRELAND.

THE CHURCHAND THE MONSTER GRIEVANCE OF IRELAND.

THFI CHURCH ANi$X7E ONTER GRIEVANCE I - .. I F IRELA-ND. No one, whatever be his party, whatever be his religion, 'has been able, while he read the last sentence, to pre.vent' :his thoughts fr6ni turning to the provision made in Irc,. land f6io the religion of the people. That th
2 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A NEW ELEMENT IN POPULATION.

A NEW ELEMENT IN POPULATION.

-A.W -L H 'dT IN POPULATION; ' ? - A - h NCe- I* le iqvng is. Oigtraoted-frote- a paper which was read bad by Mr." wick exthe 'last mobting of the StatisticaSo. csvhich also 'ppea4 lid the Appendix to the BriPp 'ta,y SaCayRpr." The subject is one of hey ve g~ ' !nportanco., 14 Th
2 January 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THREATENED CONCORDAT—TORY OPINIONS.

THE THREATENED CONCORDAT—TORY OPINIONS.

THE THREATENED CONCORDASTTORY OPINIONS. In another column we have given expression to our D own feelings with respect to the recent intelligence from Rome, It may be well that the feelings with t which the proposed concordatis viewed by the avowed s enemies of Catholics and Catho
30 December 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

- ~~OFFICE. MEZ~ 07 st, 106 E, charged Patrick 3 M~~0 Q sigularly unprepossessing ap- 3 r E% 'brief as woman's love" (and Idear krjI. ineabrief enough in allconscience). IHe stated that a was bringing Paddy Doolin last night to the station-house, for behaving in an improper manne
30 December 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMBERS— SPEECH OF THE KING OF THE FRENCH.

OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMBERS— SPEECH OF THE KING OF THE FRENCH.

OPENING OF THE FRENCH C ?? - ; SPEfECH OF THE KING QF THE ?? ?? The session of 1845 was opened on Tlirsday.ytle. King in person, with the usual pomp and oiroumistiaci> (of military parade. The signal.gun from thie Iniaildex alkh flounced the departure of the royal cortege, and cr
30 December 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH UNIVERSITY—MR. WYSE'S MOTION.

IRISH UNIVERSITY—MR. WYSE'S MOTION.

RfSH UNITERSITY-MR. WYSE'S MOTION. I On Fiday night last Mr. Wyse took the opportunity i offered by the proposed votes for the educational grants to. bring on a discussion on this subject of University education in Ireland. Fifteen years have now elapsed since the Catholics of Ir
22 July 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE AND MOROCCO.

FRANCE AND MOROCCO.

I l11 loer SA- A _ 414 - __-I9 w e nave received the Paris pap rs of Sunday. It was fully expected in Paris that the Moesiteuer of dat day would publish the official dispatclaes of the Prince e Joinville in extenso, but that journal only repeats the omewbat unsatisfactory precis
22 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland