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THE CIRCUITS—SPRING, ASSIZES.

THE CIRCUITS—SPRING, ASSIZES.

I - TH E CIRCUITS-SPRING, ASSMZES. The coun ity of Wicklow, at Wicklow-Monday, 26th sra February, t It four o'clock. qu County c f Wexford, at WexfordThursday, 29th, at ch four o'clock., fe County c if Waterford, at Waterford-Monday, ' 4th m3be March, foa r. o'clock., be County o
13 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONCILIATION HALL.

CONCILIATION HALL.

: CONCILIATION H4ALL. tiler LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL. ASSOCIATION.- cont The usual weekly Meeting of the Loyal National Rep~eall trusi Association was yesterday held in the Conciliation Irail,. and ?? was crowded alinost to suffocation hit every they pt adthe proceedings exrited . o
13 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUGGESTED PROSECUTION OF PUNCH FOR CONSPIRACY.

SUGGESTED PROSECUTION OF PUNCH FOR CONSPIRACY.

I SUGGESTED PROSECUTION OF PUNCH FOR I - , CONSPIRACY. It will be seen from the parliamentary report of Friday that on Thursday evening Mr. Sergeant Murphy, in the course of his very clever speech, pointed out Punch as a .proper subject for prosecution. We can only'say we shall b
28 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL IN LONDON.

REPEAL IN LONDON.

I . - ?? -T IEISIVTATION OF REPEAL WARDENS TO THE LiBE. RATOR.-Twentvyone gentlemen, deputed by the general body of Repeal Wardens in London and its environs, had an interview on Sunday last with the Litrerator, at his hotel in Spring Gardens. The deputation were ushered into th
28 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STATE TRIALS.

THE STATE TRIALS.

THE STATE TRIAMS. I SEVENTEENTH DAY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. When Mr. Whiteside entered the court he was received with loud cheers. The judges took their seats on the bench at the usual hour. The Queen v. O'Contiell and others. At the sitting of the court Mr. Whiteside rose to resume
3 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE DEBATE—MR. JOHN O'CONNELL.

THE DEBATE—MR. JOHN O'CONNELL.

i -,o N O'C1rNE . l 111 ne uenate progresses with increased and inucreasing .interest. The most rsmatkable speeches delivered on .Monday' were those of Mr. 'Jo`n 'iConnell, Mr. .Madaulay', and Mr. John O'Brien. Of the speech- of te, hn urab len emober for, 4Qik, eny. we need only
22 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE-y .EXCTTANan-cann? . ?? I aitIA PRIVATEx TRE ATROE..-Henry Mason, rid at Werburgh-strept. was summoned by the rolemidin ItI- )le act of 5 and 6 Victoria, chlap. 24. *for h ' u'nde5?th Lr- a place, called the Royal Castle Saloon, fordandheep- poses, situate in floev'
22 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

I The Paris journals of Sunday have come to nand by our . usnal express. ?? leading theme of all of them is her Majesty's speech on the opening 6f parliament, which, with the comments y upon it, occupies a large portion of their space. In another colsma we give ample extracts fro
8 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

In ztv_ 4th ~~~WAe-OFPIM ED 5. 16. Foot, ?? vceCer, hoechngs Bid Foot, t ?? ?? to be Bren ?? B~,MDwortrsuo el pay. 7th Light Dragoons-Lieutdnaint Edward George Cublet from 73d Foot, to he Paymaster, vice M'Csrthy, deceased. ly 7th Light Drugoons.,Relgimenawal egeanto Mao John Se
19 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN UNCHRISTIAN APOLOGY FOR A SECTARIAN VERDICT.

AN UNCHRISTIAN APOLOGY FOR A SECTARIAN VERDICT.

AN UNCHRISTIAN APOLOGYFORA SECTARIAN I ~~1,IVERDICT. NJi- The- shifts to which the government 'feels itself driven, because of the recent outrage against the Ca- tholics of Ireland, may be best judged of by the de- fences sought to be set up by its recognised organs. We were firs
15 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland