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RESIDUARY ASSEMBLY.

RESIDUARY ASSEMBLY.

RESIDUAIRY ASSEMBLY. The Residuary Assembly was opened yesterdlay with the usual ceremonies. A levee was held, in the forenoon, di at Holyrood I-louse, by the Lord l-ligh Commissioner, at which a great number of distinguished persounges were presented. Between eleven and twelve o
21 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CENERL ASSEMBLY OF THE FREE CHURCH.

CENERL ASSEMBLY OF THE FREE CHURCH.

CENEALRL ASSEMBLY OF TILE FREE CilTIRiCJI. WEDNESDAY. T1he Assemblv n'et to-day at eleven o'cloek. andl fo~rm- ed I emselves into a coa mittee of the whole House (wit h t1lotcd doors), for the pur pose of hearing a statement from lr. Chalmers on the financial affairs of the Churc
28 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FREE CHURCH BREAKFAST—WEDNESDAY.

FREE CHURCH BREAKFAST—WEDNESDAY.

FREE, CHURCH B3REAKFAST-WEDNESDAY. A public breakfast in connection N iti t hememting of the Assembly took plhtce o0i Wedniesday, in thi large hall ,&the Walerloo Rooms. 'I'he hail was so delnsely tilled, that many hald to lreakf'ist, in a side room. it wias an- ountced that Dr.
28 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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SALE TfIlls DAY. li SLI) bi' A UCTIJON (ous acicout ls /'u-hom itma ciinertil)- oil MIJS 1)11I ?? ?? he 3(1 inst. ,i TWO0 ('clock .A'lleriiccn, in 31A ) 'S 1A lKE ?? A QU.AINT1ITY OF 1)iA MAG(1F ) 1 1P Asaved from t ho Buruned Storei, at No. 70, W'ari'iu sti'iitt. G E0. ?? 11 YND
3 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STATE TRIALS.

THE STATE TRIALS.

I THE STATE TlAlSO . COURT OF QUEEN'S BEWCHYE8TEriDAY. t'-"g , The Queen v. 0' Connell and others. Yesterday being the day fixed forgivingiudgmentin the case of the Queen v. O'Connell, the utmost anxiety was evinced, arid every portion of the court was crowded almost to suffo. at
31 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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YEOMANRY ARMS (IRELAND).

YEOMANRY ARMS (IRELAND).

I een A Return of the Number of Yeomanry Arms that have ore been Registered in each County in Ireland, and showing nth the Name and Residence of every Person who may have an more then One Stand of Yeomanry Arms in his Posses. it, sion, and specifying the Number and Nature of suc
3 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KANTURK STEEPLE CHASE RACES.—WEDNESDAY.

KANTURK STEEPLE CHASE RACES.—WEDNESDAY.

KANTURK STEEPLE CHASE RACES.-WEDNESDAY. ?? A . 1 .^ . _ ?? SECOND DAY.-FlIRST RACE. The Duhallow Stakes of 2 80YS- each, 25 added; heats, two miles - weight for age, &c. Mr. OCallaghan'sbm Peggy, Oast lolb(t riscoll) 4 1 1 Mr. Henchy'sbm Minerva, ?? 41b(Crowley) 5 2 0 Mr. MICaske
4 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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ThE TRE R0Y:AL, DUBL I-N. r OF THE WINTER SEASON. r FO)R TIHE BENEFIT OF FOR S, MISS A. HYLAND, AND MR. Jlj5S CgAL-B BARRY. IS pRESENT EVENING, May the 13th, > performed Von We}ner's Grand Opera of ilbel DER FREISCHUTZ / oKe, TIIE SEVENTH BULLET. doir. T. Bishoi; Ktino. Mr. Barre
13 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

| -i2X7F 1ARLIAMEI*'I OF LORDSFfTHuEsDAX, MAr 9, 1UOIE. F1d from Sattrday's Freeman.) (C°ns; NTNG CHAPELS BILL. oIfSSNXFTI Caid it was perfectly true that Thc BIho elcted to this chapel in 1790, but the pres- glue na3l Ilo were Trinitarian, never sanctioned 10oury0f ?? refused to
13 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALBRIGGAN UNION—LOCAL FEVER HOSPITAL.

BALBRIGGAN UNION—LOCAL FEVER HOSPITAL.

BALBRIGGAN UNION-LOCAL FEVER HOSPITAL. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) At a recent meeting of the guardians of this union the subject of divisional fever hospitals was again brought under the consideration of the board. The question had been discussed last year, and rejected; it was agai
15 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland