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INTERVIEW WITH THE POPE.

INTERVIEW WITH THE POPE.

(Front -A Winter in Italy," by Mrs. Ashton Yates.) Ouracquaintance with ayoung clergyman, who had some interest among the Cardinals, obtained for us tbe honour of an interview with the pope. We were a party of about tvelve, anll on being told that we were all English, he dispens
30 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCIH. THE MIORIT REV. DR. BLAKE AND llEV. DR. KEENAN. On Sunday, the 25th inst. a new scene occurred at Ailagheral Chapel, in the parish of Drumballyroiiy. The Rev. Dr. Keenan was at the gate in his gig, when Rev. John Machen, Administrator of Banbridge, Tullylish, Se
30 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

I BErTFAST SHIP NEWS. AR It I V ED. Aug. 26-Glovwworm (at). Dessic, Ardrooson Lord Fravkfurt. Lofroy. Donaghadee, general cargo 27-Ruby, Rogers, Larne, flour Queen Victoria (kt), Church, Dublin Aurora, (st) Andterson, Glasgow Princess Alice (at), I.atnb. Fleetwood Elizabeth. Rea,
30 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PHANTOM SHIP.

THE PHANTOM SHIP.

I ITIE PHANTOM SHIP. Some fifty years since, the writer of tite follobing siketti hvaq ntar the termination-of a long voyage. We richedl the northern point of Scotland, and then sailed southwtyards, bet ween 4he Shetlantd isles, into the Gertnan Ocean. Wecould very easily disting
30 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESENT OF A STATE CHAIR TO THE LIBERATOR.

PRESENT OF A STATE CHAIR TO THE LIBERATOR.

PRESlNT OF A STATE CHAIR To THE I - . - - L~~IIBERATOR. I I Having been favoured with a view of a magnificent state chair, intended for presentation to the Liberator, and con- sidering it to be an object which must, hereafter, be esteemed as an interesting national memorial, we d
23 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE ``FUTURE'' OF ENGLAND.

THE ``FUTURE'' OF ENGLAND.

I THE " FUTURE" OF ENGLAMD i (FroOm tie Gazette de France.) The population of Great Britain, including Ireland, Scot- land, and Wales, may be taken as twenty-four millions; of which number the nobility, clergy of the higher orders, li batkers, great manufacturers, military and na
26 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

MILITARy PRO(AoTIONS AND EXCHANGES. Ist ragon GarwAR.OiPICE, AUG. 23. bst Dragoon Guardsv-Salnuel Ruaggles Brise, Gent., to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Bence, promoted. 7th Dragoon Guards-Robert Johnston, Gent., to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Robinson. appointed to the 72d Foot
26 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

DUBLIN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1844. "IT IS ADMITTED ON THE RECORDo THAT THE LIST WAS FRAUDULENTLY MADE UP, AND THAT FROM THIS LIST THE JURY BOOK WAS FORMED, TO THE PREJUDICE OF THE TRAVERSERS."7Authorised version of the speech made by TnE BARON LYNDH1URST, LORD HIGH CHANCEL. LOl O
1 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL PRAYER.

THE NATIONAL PRAYER.

KtILKENNY. Sunday last being the 28th inst., and the day appointed for offering up a nation's prayers at the throne of heaven, beseeching the mercies of the Creator upon the Liberator and his fellow-patriots, and confiding to the Almighty care the destinies of a nation progressi
1 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAND COMMISSION.

LAND COMMISSION.

, Krinausrm, AUGUST 24TH-.The land commissioners ar- rived here on Thursday evening, and repaired on their arrival to the residence of Mr. Vandeleur, where, after a" long drive through a neglected and depopulated country, they must have left quite at herme. Such was the anxiety i
29 August 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland