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ROYAL, DUBLIX. of r. IUCKSTONE, and Last the butg one previeI to his return to London, fe3t "" lilt bult One of Mrs. FITZWILLIAM. I to her imediate Appearance in Loudon. 'ioUt141S EvENING (8aturday), February T1844. the Performance will commence 'with 10i ~ii ,~lA~itRIED LIFE. .
10 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

Us I IBIPERIAL .RLIAMV--' Iof WeI?. HOUSE OF COI~mMONSW_,E !r attack The SPEAKERa took the chair at four o'cAt, P. 14 ,ured.- HORSE RACING. td to fall Mr. JAMES WORTLEY movdtes~o~ ed I.Passiog a bill to disrcdntinue, and for thed ture teo~ preadntlu ,ir arms actions on the statut
17 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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f1JTE JRYA L, .L DUBLIN. but One of the Engagement of Mrs. Fitawil- ight bu liam and MIr. Buckstone. pH ESENT FRIDAY, Febmiiry 9, } ll be performed (for the but time), the 1844 am in three aets, called ?? DevD, Mlrs. Fitzwlam; PeFrd nd, SjGoOt Gie Lt ble, Mtr. Baker; Vincentlo, M
9 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEH STATE TRIALS.

TEH STATE TRIALS.

THE STATE TRIALS. I EIGHTEENTH DAY. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. The court sat at the usual hour. M1r. OCinnell-My lords, I respectfully submit to the court as the line of observation which it will be my duty to take will not be precisely' that taken by any other counsel and as I know t
5 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COTEMPORARY PRESS.

COTEMPORARY PRESS.

I fl ?? .. . M - - ~ r - _ - . ?? . I TIMES.-It would appear that the Attorney-GeneraL. r ortom speak safely, the gentleman who was Attorney -Ge. neral Ireland three days ago-ia determined that the world shall'not forget the unseemly want of temper which characterized his earlie
5 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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TREA ThE ROYAL, DUBLIN. THIRD APPEARANCE OF ND MISS VANDENHOFF. tIS PaESENT EVENING (Thursday), FebruIrY 1, 1844, will be performsed Sheridan '1leistoricOl Tragedy of hDJIO5II VIRGINIUS; on, THrE LIBERATION O? ROME. *ircif5 Mir. -randenboff (of the Theatre Royal, Covent t"d" thi
15 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COTEMPORARY PRESS.

COTEMPORARY PRESS.

l I i or MORNING CHRONICLE.-The state of Ire. l'y land will bo brought under the - consideration of par- I to of lea liament to-night--in the House of Lords by the Mar- ?? quis of Normanby, in the House of Commons by ises Lord John Russell. IWS When the predecessors of the prese
15 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. MAUNDER S NEW TREASURY.

MR. MAUNDER S NEW TREASURY.

MR. MAUNDER NEW TREASURY. Tuesday, March sth, will published, fcp. Bvo. En<raved Title and Frontispiece, 10s. cloth; bound I2|/ THE TREASURY HISTORY ; General Introductory Outline of Universal itiip. Ancient and Modem, and a series of Separate Historie/of every principal Nation t
27 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1844

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1844

He thought the right lion, gentleman opposite had denied the existence this affidavit. Mr. SHEIL—I did not. Lord STANLEY said that it stated that the did not (relieve that eleven persons were struck out professing the Roman Catholic religion, believed that only ten those persons
20 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CANADA—THE PARDONED INSURGENTS.

CANADA—THE PARDONED INSURGENTS.

procUnutinu iu tbf Gnzrttr altkr IM pnnincisl parliament .tandi fortbrr pmmmKd S* Jflh in.t. Sir Chart.. M.lralfr haa irtrrti dnflan m rmilribaGnu to the fnnd raiatnx l» rnabl. thr Caudia cmvicta to retani fra* New Snath Walrr. NOVA SCOTIA. Th. nw-raS.r. lb. Cnoiu-il bar. rfimi
20 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland