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PERSIA.

PERSIA.

1' JLS I A. T'VARIZ, SEPT. 12. _ hrile Claint ?? Slttigee, Envoy ELxtvriwilltarv loir tile ?? of tihe FreFnch to tihe Couot f1 'Iierlilill, appeals to hiae ?? failed in tile oljict of his ninsion. A leitter from tihe Co'onnt addteess. oil to the Lozatjists of' ULriai, gi es hut l
25 October 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—LONDON, OCT. 16.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—LONDON, OCT. 16.

COURT OF BA PTCY ONDONP OCT. 16. (Before Commissioner. Sir. C. F. Wiliams.) In re-F. W. N. Baylem y -. The insolvent is the well-known author of several popular songs, and as being a general contributor of the lighter ape- aies of literary articles to, the different periodicals a
21 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIRES AND SONS.

SIRES AND SONS.

It. Hurrah for the sires-the gallant men Who bled of old, and would bleed again; And hurra for the valiant sons, Who would fain be seen Array'd between Their sires and the Saxon guns I The land is safe, where the young deny The veteran's right to be first to die; And o'er mounta
21 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH PROVINCIAL PRESS.

THE IRISH PROVINCIAL PRESS.

TrHE IR18H PROVINCIAL PRESss I We extract the following articles from our provincial 00- 81l temporaries in reference to Mr. O'Connell's recent letter- Vh its We shall continue to place before our readers extracts on if the subject from similar sources:- to (From, the Cork Examin
24 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

CAHER STEEPLE ChAEMET\ Stewards-Th Maqus fSiatrfr, the Ea~rl T Geo~f'Ml1 Earl of ClonnueI, the Boo. C. O'f'ellsghan. Cole... Chatter, APG.; John Power, Stephen 5'31eaghcr, illiarn, Quhs Archer Butler. Esqrs. Mfr.JTames Bait ,ju,?.tge The above Steeple Chase Race., ctme' off Ois
31 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE LATEFATAL ACCIDENT TO J. WALSH, ESQ.

THE LATEFATAL ACCIDENT TO J. WALSH, ESQ.

ITE LATEFATAL ACCIDENT TO J. WALSH, ESQ.I ADJOUJXNED INQUEST. Last evening, shortly after seven o'clock, the inquest on the body of this lamented gentleman was resumed, at the Brien Boroihme Tavern, Glasnevin, before Dr. M'Carthy, one of the county coroners. The jury having answe
22 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DERBYSIRE SESSIONS.

DERBYSIRE SESSIONS.

DERBYSHIIRE-,,So (FrOm th~e D,, 1- rt ~~CnOW~N, C-OUIST...v `~o kly CONVICTION OP A CLErIGvneA,e 'c it ASSAULT UPON A CHILD --The court5 o seiotlxt tier ing at half-pastnDine, andproceeded tot 0Peed ~ tts the Aiphonsus William ?? Roe age I82, ,, the having, on the 27th of Septemb
22 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF HER MAJESTY—EMBARKATION AT THE HARBOUR.

ARRIVAL OF HER MAJESTY—EMBARKATION AT THE HARBOUR.

ARRIVAL OF HER MAJESTY-EMBARKATION AT THE HARBOUR. I (From the Dundee Warder of Tuesday.) The town, fsom an early hour this morning, showed censiderable symptoms of stir. By twelve o'clock the arrival of two of her Majesty's carriagesannounced that the royal cavalcade was on its
5 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL.

ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL.

ARRIVAL OF THE O'VMR41U ) a. Ail INDIA AND CHINA. The Overland Mail from India bas arrived with Ietterq and journals from Bombay of the 27th of Augiit; Cal. cutta of the 15th; Madras of the l9th; Delhi of the 16th; and China of the 21st of June. The accounts brought by these advi
5 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

| DUBLIN POLICE-YESTERDAY. I HEAD-OFFICE. Patrick Malone, and his wife, Sarah Malone, attended before the magistrates, and preferred a charge of assault against a person named James Seery. The complainant t'stated that Seery struck him with hi, fist on the breast and knocked him
5 October 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland