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0A 16 -i)-i'xEmuma 19, 1646. i-.) ix: SNTURU?K ?? -?iO ll ?? 'L lj? , Y, 184 I , ?, " , A" ?? A ?? ?? .?3 ? OTIg 9 I TIIE CONDITION OF THlE COUNTRY. Three acts of the doleful tragedy have been corn. piewed. We have witnessed, with inexpressible grief and horror, the various scene
19 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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THEA TRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. rtepnth Night of the Grand Christmas Pantomime, with |'Ctrations by the celebrated Artistes, the BOLENO p N THIS EVENING (Saturday), Jan. 10th, all be performed, for the third time, the new sue- *cul Drama, in Trwo Acts, called ELIZABETH OF RUSSIA; OR, THE
10 January 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUELLING IN FRANCE.

DUELLING IN FRANCE.

I* D(LLlCW IN FRANCE. I TRIAL OF M. ROSEMOND DE 13ZAUVALLON 'B'e FOR KILLING M. DUJAURIEB. for Most of otuir eaders will recollect th de which took m plac raher orethantweve mnth agobeteen I.lu- i jarrier, the respoctable editor of the Presse, and DI. Rose- jar mond.de Beanvallon
6 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

-. I The Paris papers of Monday have been received. They are principally occupied with the bank question. For some time past, considerable uneasineas has been felt in commercial circles in Paris, from the continued deprecia- tion of the public funds and railway Shares, but ?? of
11 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

- ?? - .ITERIATURE.I ?? - I THE ]3RITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW. r (Jackson and Walford, London.) f This is among the ablest and most liberal of the Quar- a terlies-the organ of the English Dissenters; and, though e touched with aome peculiar views onIeligio3squestilns, still commands
12 October 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE-SATURDAT. HENRY-STRIEET, John Byrne, aged 14, was charged by his father, a float owner, with having obtained several sums of money by false representations. It appeared that complainant used to carry goods for merchants, and that the prisoner went and raised several
12 October 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. On the fth :nstant, at (iloucester.-treet, the lady of Jam's O'Hea, Esq, barrlster.at-law, of a son. On the 8th Insiant, at Frogmore, Tralee, the lady of John MICartie sub.sheriff of the county Kerry, ot a daughter. On the 7th inst, at Twickenham, the lady of Lieutenant.C
12 October 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INQUEST—MELANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT.

INQUEST—MELANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT.

INQUEST-MELANCHOLY AND FATAL I - -- ACCIDENT. l On yesterday, Henry Davis, Esq., county coroner, held an inquest at Eastmorland lane, on the body of Daniel Smyth, who came by his death in consequence of having been run down by a hackney car, driven, as it appeared, by a man named
22 July 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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O P SURCHASERS oF NEw PiANiOvntES OBINSON AND BUSSELL respectfully It announce the arrival of a further supply of PIANOFORTES, . containing all the latest improvements, speelally te the eminent Mauufactoriem in London, by IL' Mr. JOSEPH ROBINSON. *, Covered Spring Caravans for th
18 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MORAL FORCE—PHYSICAL FORCE.

MORAL FORCE—PHYSICAL FORCE.

MORlAL F C) -kHYSICAtFORCE I .- T I TOI T1 15 11 - \ - 'U THuE EDITOIR OF TnE FREEM1A1N Artqie, Dublin, Al gust 11 th I . S1R-Al moral and physical force occupy s0 lsrg a in the public mind at present, I beg to say a few ord, s reference to them. 3 In Moiral force means the power
18 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland