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PUBLIC DINNER TO THE MESSRS ROWAN.

PUBLIC DINNER TO THE MESSRS ROWAN.

On Alondav evening last a public dinner was given to the Alessrs. Rowan, in Doagh, on the occasion of their removal fromn that place to Belfast, where they have es- tablield a new and most extensive iron foundry. Tbo neeting was one of the very first respectability ; com- posed
23 January 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

Sarctria I?ojctrv- '1'111 ChILlDl'S lFIIS'l' Gl~ll~l;. ain i~li:.-.Whv ,lnii't yvil answcr nlC? W 1v (to voi lic so still : Can't y ouI sit up, and Can't you0 Sce? Arv you so very ill ? Y ou liave been sick a long, long while And very. very weak But vet y ou ahvays usecd to smile
23 January 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PROTECTIONISTS AND THE FREE TRADERS.

THE PROTECTIONISTS AND THE FREE TRADERS.

TFIE PROTECTIONISTS AND TIME FREE TItADEIRS. In the progress of tire coitest which now engnges the energies of the two great movcmcuts ilr Engia d, every rrdtvanitage ir, of coirrse trireri hy vach party of the real or appnrcnt i1'firmities of the other, whoethr as relates to t h
20 January 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TEETOTALISM.

TEETOTALISM.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN. 35, Eccles-street, 13th Jan., 1846. DEAR SIR-I often took my pen with pleasure to give your readers a report of the progress of that great revo. lution whish is making such a wondrous change in the moral and social condition of our countrymen. But n
19 January 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS DAY.

CHRISTMAS DAY.

ear TO THE EDITOR or THE FREEMAN. DEAR SxR-Christmps Day in our city presented to the in- eye of the philpntropist, and, to him who-loieasto witness ir'. ?? of gcod piderand virtue throughoui',th:e com- ed,' muity,' a scene on which he looks with delight ' o which net the mind m
1 January 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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PADDY M'KEW IN CORK!—STATE OF THE COUNTRY ALARMISTS.

PADDY M'KEW IN CORK!—STATE OF THE COUNTRY ALARMISTS.

PADDY M'KEW IN COILK I-STATE OF THE COUNTRY ALARMISTS. (From the Cork Examiner.) That more than half of what are termed "1 State of the Country" pgragrapbs are arrant lies and imposi- tions is a fact which we are thoroughly inclined. to be- lieve. Besides what are purely imaginar
31 January 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

F'RAN US. -- t: n 11 n r A _% . mL We have received the Paris papers of Tuesday. 'The domestic intelligence they contain is unimportant. They state, however, that the campaign against Abd-el-Kader was for the moment at an end. The splendid cavalry corps of " the renegade" Youssou
31 January 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

D NtSAU ?? J oaNUARY DUBLIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1846, REMEMBER THE 30TH OF NBY, 1844 ! PUBLIC WORKS-IRELAND. In our publication of Thursday we gave a brief account of the improvements projected by the govern. ment in our public works. I he contemplated bene- fits are small, an
31 January 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR ROBERT PEEL'S PUBLIC MEASURES.

SIR ROBERT PEEL'S PUBLIC MEASURES.

SIR ROBERT PEEL4'S PPBELC MFASTJJ1ES. (Fyont tihe Times City 4rfiple.) WEDNESEPAY EvENiNa.-It is not to be expected, with public measures of such great extent and importance as thcse brought forward lest night by Sir Robert Peel, that any very accurate report can yet be given of
31 January 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE SOUTH.

STATE OF THE SOUTH.

I RIICHARD PhIiLIPS, ESQ, J.P. We (Limerick Reportcr) are authorised to state that Mr. 'William Smith O'Brien has addressed the following letter to the Lord Chancellor:- I, MY LOsD-A sense of the duty vvhich I owe to all classes of my constituents compels me to invite your lord
22 January 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland