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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
 
THE VERDICT AND ITS RESULTS.

THE VERDICT AND ITS RESULTS.

THE VERDICTAND ITS RESULTS. The whole press of London has been occupied with the consideration of the verdict against the traversers in the State Trials. Whig and Tory; as well as Radical, has discussed it. Not one of them- not the most obsequious of the ministerial advocates, ha
15 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST REPEAL MEETING.

BELFAST REPEAL MEETING.

I The usual weekly meeting was held on Monday e vening- - Mr. Charles M'Alister in the chair. The Chairman opened the meeting with an appropriate e address, showing the necessity of a steady co-operation with with the Liberator, and a continuous exertion on the part . of all tru
15 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL IN LONDON.

DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL IN LONDON.

O'Connell is about to oe entertained, Dy his friends in London, at public dinner, to be given on " an early day." The banquet promises to be extremely well tended.
21 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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The Persecution of the Russian Jews "Is the Emperor Nicholas," exclaims the Courier Francais, a Christian Monarch, or the revival

The Persecution of the Russian Jews "Is the Emperor Nicholas," exclaims the Courier Francais, a Christian Monarch, or the revival

the ancient tyrants of Nineveh Babylon With him persecution is a means of Government, and the transportation en masse of 30,000 families is simple measure ot'administration. According to an ukase carried into execution about the 18th January the entire Jewish population of 150,0
21 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUKE OF SUTHERLAND AND THE CORN-LAWS.

THE DUKE OF SUTHERLAND AND THE CORN-LAWS.

The following letter has been addressed his Grace to his agent at Dunrobiu, the county of Sutherland : " London, Feb. 12, 1844. Dear Sir,—My own feeling is in favour ofthe free current national industry—of unfettered commerce of purchase and sale generally—without excepting any
21 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
joint-stock oan« : s told Moliere that on THOj MoUJJ.-i died-aimost in the the morning frien ,ls effort, public w«e

joint-stock oan« : s told Moliere that on THOj MoUJJ.-i died-aimost in the the morning frien ,ls effort, public w«e

ent his goin down to seeing how weak . A man> „ he sa „ suf _ he'dieV; I feel that, with me, fhe end is at ' Wd - but there are fifty poor workmen, who have only their day's "ages to live or,—and who is to give them bread to-night if I play not ?' So he went down and played theM
21 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

The Trustees of the City Cork Asylum ror «w «« ana Deaf ami Dumb, acknowledge me following subscru.- tions:-MnjorHeun.ish, 1 ; ,?,- f1 ' ;'°«T»» Manley. Esq., Is.; Wright E *» George Sherlock, Esq., 11 Is. ; Robert Bennett, Esq., £1 ; Abbott, Esq., £\ is. Harvey, Esq., 1 ; Uioma
16 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Sir Robert and Lady Peel gave grand dinner to the principal members of the diplomatic corps on Saturday, at their

Sir Robert and Lady Peel gave grand dinner to the principal members of the diplomatic corps on Saturday, at their

residence in Whitehall-gardens. select party were present to meet their excellencies. The dinner was served in tbe picture gallery. The invitations included the French Ambassador and the Countess de St. Aulaire, the Swedish Minister and Countess Bjornstjerna, the Belgian Ministe
16 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland