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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 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
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIA PA.RIAMMlNT. 1BOUSE OF COMMONS-.~MONDAY, FE3. 19. (COatfinuedfro yesterday's Freeaan.) IgEDANDADJOURNED DEBATE. Ad jolIN o'CONNELL wished to observe, in reply steremorks that had been made relative to the Catholic iterfyof IrelaiI that the Catholics of Ireland were justly
22 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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T1IEATB' ROYAL, DUBLIN. . E~ BT ONE OF THE ENGAGEMENT AD 3IISS VANDENHOFF. ' oF M r~sls EVENING (Taesday), illS 97 jIS 4, vwill be performed (for the sixth r. FehrUOryih~b'has beeD iD preparation for many weeks, eplay E TEMPEST. (Fromn the original text.) r. goe, laahinery, Dress
27 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Breach Promise —Proceedings at law have been instituted by the son of a respectable shopkeeper in Lis* towel, who held

Breach Promise —Proceedings at law have been instituted by the son of a respectable shopkeeper in Lis* towel, who held

a situation in a woollen draper's establishment in Manchester, against the daughter of a wealthy farmer, residing in the vicinity of that town. The fair defendant, forgetful of her former swain, lately got married to a rich shopkeeper in Limerick, older is said by almost thirty
28 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. SERGEANT MURPHY, M. P

MR. SERGEANT MURPHY, M. P

In presenting the public with the corporal lineaments of Sergeant Murphy, we fondly calculate on gratifying the whole body, rank and file, of our readers. Few among the rising men of our day, whether of Young England or la jeune Irlande, have secured such general acceptance amon
28 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIOGRAPHY

BIOGRAPHY

An interesting Memoir of O'Connell, taken from the supplement ofthe Weekly Dispatch, and written expressly for that Journal, will be found in our columns this evening. It will be read with pleasure at this important crisis by the people of the three Kingdoms. We also give a plea
28 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A PROMISING EXOTIC.

A PROMISING EXOTIC.

Mr. Sheil having imbibed the vulgar error that Chu/jji of Englandism was an exotic and could never this country, had the temerity to assert in the Commons that it had never taken root in Ireland. " . fl man The Mail of last night demolishes the by the most indisputable proof tha
28 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland