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FRANCE.

FRANCE.

FRLANCE. ' ' ._ ' . I I * We have received the Paris papers of Friday and Sa- turday. The folslwing was received by the French government on Saturda3y:_' TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCH. " Bayonne, Feb. 8. " Carthagens followed on the 2d the movement of All- cant. "The governor and some chi
14 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COLONEL STODDART AND CAPT. CONOLLY.

COLONEL STODDART AND CAPT. CONOLLY.

[ COLONEL SThD DART AD -C APT. CONOLLY i (,From the 'l2mes.) As a great and general interest is felt respecting the fate of Colonel Stoddart and coptain Conolly, and as the reports which have been lately received are somewhat contradic- t~fy, we are glad to have it in our power t
14 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

I - - ,CATHOLICCHRCH. adr Mlis O'Fliherty, daughter or Bernarat On Wedt, fEnniscorthy, Esq., was received by our ve- Flsher t, ° into the eminently useful order of the ratedt bl5ofhryi" in this town.- Wexford Indepcndent. l S4ter of Fe0 14,On last Friday, the Feast of the Pu- Gsd
13 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EPISCOPAL CONSISTORY COURT OF BRISTOL.

EPISCOPAL CONSISTORY COURT OF BRISTOL.

E EPISCOPAL CONSISTORY COURT OF BRISTOL INEW lHILLS ACT-131POITAN'T CASE. (FromIthe Bristol Times). IN THRY MATTER OF WILLIAM TANKIalS, DE -At the sitting of the court on Saturda3 last AMr .rack, appeared as proctor for Mrs. Mary Nicholls e daughters and one of the next of kil of
13 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

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
 

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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
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1844. THE CHARGE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1844. THE CHARGE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE.

The first Charge of Mr. Peknefather, in libel case, in which the Government prosecuted the Proprietor of Newspaper, was memorable one. The C'hiff Ju*Ucv, addnwing the Jury, who wen', or ought to bt", the judges of the Inw mid the fact, Thie, Gentlemen, is a mort diabolical libel
13 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN PARLIAMENT, the 13th limtant (THIS DAY), the Motions of Lords .and John Russell in each House, are take place

IN PARLIAMENT, the 13th limtant (THIS DAY), the Motions of Lords .and John Russell in each House, are take place

on THE STATE OF IRELAND, OF VAST IMPORTANCE AT THIS MOIiEIST, THE LONDON NEWSPAPERS,/// with the most ample Reports of the proceedings, tnnMed on Subscription, and received twice a BY EXPRESS, and furnished ou the instant arrival of the Loudon hi I, by Special Messengers. JOHNST
13 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1844.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1844.

in first instance, uuona writ inning out of the superior courts, and deemed therefore judicial. [Justice Crumpton here whispered the Chief Justice.] It was so stated Mr. Cosgrave—it came to the same thing—the writ was I issued, or the form of their decision was made rule of the
13 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The shares the the Forces employed in China, a'lverti«e*l the East India Company for payment the of the present i*« Donation Batta only, and not include any portion of the Canton Knnetm I’rizc Money, the payment of which still remains matter of preat doubt and uncertainly.— Unit
10 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland