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IMPORTATION OF IRISH NEEDLEWOMEN.

IMPORTATION OF IRISH NEEDLEWOMEN.

I IMPORTATION OF IRISH NEEDLEWOMiEN. A ?? - . . Among the business which came before Messrs. Alder men Copeland, Farnoombe, and Johnson at the Police Committee, Guildhall, on Saturday, were the signing of the orders of removal of several Irish paupers who were anxious to return t
22 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

yf;EA RhE hO YAlL~I jUBLIA, MIR. CALCRAFT TG.CS respectfullY to announce that he bas, at an P3 nOrmollS expense, effected an engagement, for NTIGIIrs ONLY, and whicheannot possibly be ?? r prolonged, with the following eminent Ar r~eH, w ,.;lll nmake their second appearance THIS
28 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRIZE COMEDY.

THE PRIZE COMEDY.

The committee appointed by Mr. Webster to award the prize of 5001. for the best prose comedy, illustrative of ?? mannersandcustomns, concludedther iabours on Saturday, their twentieth meeting, by unanimously adopting the piece, entitled Quid pro Quo, or the Day rf Dupes. The tit
22 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD ELIOT'S DISFRANCHISEMENT BILL.

LORD ELIOT'S DISFRANCHISEMENT BILL.

le The following petitions against Lord Eliot's R Registra- e tion and Polling of Voters (Ireland) Bill,' were presented it by Maurice O'Connell, Esq., M.P., on Wednerday last, c 15th May:- it Lower Fahan, Donegal, 1,800 signatures; Castlerlavn and Monteroonaght, Cavan, 2,640 do
22 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISPENSARY DISTRICT PHYSICIANS IN BELFAST.

DISPENSARY DISTRICT PHYSICIANS IN BELFAST.

DIlSPENSARY DISTRICT PHYSICIANS IN BELFAST. A short time since, D)r. G. 11. Adams ffnislied a short course of popular ltctures on the stomach, diet, digestion, &c, and then gave an expose of the oxisting tate of the dispensary districts of Belfast. There is not, he said, a single
24 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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CONSEQUENCES OF FRIGHTENING CHILDREN.

CONSEQUENCES OF FRIGHTENING CHILDREN.

(e SNSi {_ I.N ES or IR IG 1i'ENlICi CHILDR'EN. ~itt S tss fort soltie ttr'filin offence](, roost foolish- I Ita lath ?? tot' 11atl hiour. TPho child rosgettt Ilv teri Iti'd and criedl bitte~rly. U~pon retunttting ?? Illeeilitnt' Oht ?? intio tears and itegr ~eI ttilt slit, touit
28 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Liverpool Markets.

Liverpool Markets.

-iRerrpool larlicto. CORN-EXClHAN(PlC Fnil)AY. MAY 24-At nor markat this morning there was bat thill attendalce. There was raely a slow sale for Wheat, avid Tnesqay's prices were barel y silp. ported. Oatmeal was held ralter more firmly, ned 3:I per load advance was othtainmd on
28 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

?? . PR, s 15th )Lilght Dr Sa~~t~k 2OAY4,-ddb. i nafr, 1 2M Foot, to be Cornet witjeou pchase, vice Blindy promotqed;. ?? James uiltays llemlto Holmes, from 5tb Foot, to tbe Paymaster, vice Routh. Codtreaman egliment of Foot Guards-Captain the Honoesrable Franois John Mobrt Villi
27 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISSENTERS CHAPELS BILL.

DISSENTERS CHAPELS BILL.

DISSENTERSt CHAPELS BILL4. 'or Upon Sunday next, at all the Catholic churches of the metropolis, there will be offered to the congregations peti- tions in behalf of the Unitarian Dissenters of Ireland, Is- which we earnestly recommend our Catholic countrymen to g-subscribe, The p
25 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARONY OF DUBLIN—MEETING OF THE RATEPAYERS.

BARONY OF DUBLIN—MEETING OF THE RATEPAYERS.

BARONY OF DUBLIN-AIEETMtG OF THE R-ATEPAYERS. Yesterday a highly respectable meeting of the ratepayers r of the barony of Dublin was'teld in the schoolroom, San- dymount, relative to the ?? of the barony, and in d order to receive the report of acommittee formed some e time since
25 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland