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NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

The usual weekly meeting of the guardians took place yesterday at the workhouse. Alderman STAUNTON in the chair. STATE OF THE HOUSE. Paupers admitted last week, 77; discharged, 74; died, 12; remaining in the house, 1810. Mr. Arkirns brought forward his motion, which was to the f
14 May 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

. ?f 1ftwni's avxatar DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1846. REMEMBER THE 30TH OF ENy, 18441 | IRISH DISTRESS-THE PRICE OF PROVISIONS. Again the important subject forces itself on our consideration. The accounts daily received from the country of the state of the markets confirm
23 September 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROCLAMATION OF THE COUNT DE MONTEMOLIN.

PROCLAMATION OF THE COUNT DE MONTEMOLIN.

PROCLAMATION OF THE COUNT DE I z BIONTEMOLIN. v The following document ?? was left on d night at the Paris newspaper offices.- ItFbore no1i1pnl y name, but was dated Liourges, Sept. 12, ?? ". m SPANlARDS-.My dignity and my feelings usgI duty in me to wait the denouement which I n
23 September 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISTRESS IN MAYO.

DISTRESS IN MAYO.

I - I (FROM OsUR OWN CORRE5PONDJENT.) An adjourned county meeting, convened by the High Sheriff, in pursuance of a numerously-signed requisition addressed to him for that purpose, was held in the County Court-house at Ceetlebar, on Thursday last. PATRICK CREAN LYNCH, Esq, High S
23 September 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE.COUNTRY. e Our columns to-day are filled with sad and dis- ; heartening intelligence. Throughout the south and g west generally 'the sufferings of the people are de. g plorable. Famine is already at the doors of the la- - bourer and the artizan, and the great mass of
5 October 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

* FASHiONABLE INTELLIGENCE. FHIdl WIrlNDSOR, THuRSDAY EVFNINa. -Sir Robert and Lady ?? after breakfast this morni'ug took their leave of her Ma. jesty and te e Prilnce, and left for London. The right hon. a fo the Castle to the Slough Rtation, and thence btarnet Great Western Rai
5 October 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O'CONNELL AND THE REPEALERS OF NEWRY.

O'CONNELL AND THE REPEALERS OF NEWRY.

At the meeting of the Repealers of Newry, held last week, and which has been already noticed in the FaEE- MAN, the Right Rev. Dr. Blake addressed the meeting as follows:- Mr. Chairman and gentlemen, it is not my inten- tion to detain you for any time at this advanced hour of the
10 September 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POTATO DISEASE—THE CORN CROPS.

THE POTATO DISEASE—THE CORN CROPS.

THE POTATO I)1SEASE-THE CORN CROPS. [ (From the Tipperary Vijndicntor.) Our accounts of the Progress of the blight are execeed. ord ingly melancholy. In some places the stench arising from lity the putrified mass of vegetable matter in the ground is in- roe suppprtable. Persons h
20 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN AND LIVERPOOL STEAM SHIP BUILDING COMPANY.

DUBLIN AND LIVERPOOL STEAM SHIP BUILDING COMPANY.

DUBLIN AND LIVERPOOL STEAM SHIP BUTLDrMG COMPANY. I h r~rrrsrg:t_ t 'Oe nnit-yeariy meeting of this company was held yea- terday at the office, Dsmestceot, in order to receive the report and statement of a counts for the last half year. JArES M'CuLLAGU, Esq., was called to the ch
20 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE.

THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE.

THE ELECTIVE, FRANCHISE. I . . . I A paper has just been printed by order of parlia. ment, which illustrates the imperative necessity of reconstructing the Irish franchise on a broader and more popular basis. Under the present system the electoral roll was perishing of inanition.
28 July 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland