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TO THE RATE PAYERS OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN, AND OF THE METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT.

TO THE RATE PAYERS OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN, AND OF THE METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT.

TO THE RATE PAYERS OF THiE CITY OF0 DUBLIN, AND OF THB METROPOLITAI POLICE DISTRICT. l nhlh;n 94th Anril. 1846. Duablin, Mr)t Apra, Io+D. I FELLOW-SUFFERE5'S-YOUr time has been recently lo occupied in considering the threatened infliction of a bo-l rough rate, and a market bill,
25 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. GERRARD'S TENANTRY.

MR. GERRARD'S TENANTRY.

a TO THE EDITOR OF SAUNDERs's NEWS-LETTFrBs. My attention has been called to the statements which have appeared in certain newspapers relative to the dispos- 3essing of a certain number of persons from my estate, in -,he county of Galway, on the 13th instant; and as those statem
2 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

I - INDA - - ISu VICTOnY-GREAT 0iTIxGlHTER OF THE S KS "i'lition ?? anti Clia- "Fo -,,vd by e.n Bona papers of tile 3d of 0 r "oer an for lull particulars to the oj the o-t relders ties refer beiow fron the Bonibay Tiniest. !l~l~0avl p v esbligh b5lO froin lstor date than those 5
2 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—FRIDAY, APRIL 3.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—FRIDAY, APRIL 3.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-Fflah, Are 3. (Continued from our SupplemetsL) the improvement of the estate Without any expenditure Of capital on the pert of the landlord. it likewise affords the beat security for his rent, as arrears are always allowed to be deducted from the amount the.I occ
6 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIPPERARY ASSIZES—NORTH RIDING.

TIPPERARY ASSIZES—NORTH RIDING.

I TIPPERARY ASSIZES-NORTH RIDING. (FROM OUB OWN CORfEXPONDTr,). CROWN COURT-WEDNESDAY. The court opened at nine o'clock this morning. The prisoners, Patrick Rice and Patrick Hayes, for the murder of Mr. Clarke, were again put forward. This was now the ninth day this case occupied
3 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

. . . I - ?? -- - ?? The weekly meeting of the boarc was new yeatercay at the usual hour. Sir Robert SHAW, Bart., in the chair. After some preliminary business bad been disposed of, Mr. Byrne, Clerk of the Union, proceeded to lay before the board the details of a correspondence
3 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

'A4RE ROYAL, DUBLIN. Mu. FORREST, nt Amerinean Tragedian, is engaged for a few TS Le emieu And s^ill makehisfirstappearaneon Si Oights gONDAY, 13th April, 1846, when F JAStbtne will re-open with Shakspeare's historical | ,gdy 01 ° ING RICHARD III. n I tke of Gi'-ster, Mr. Forrest
11 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OLIVEMOUNT INSTITUTION.

OLIVEMOUNT INSTITUTION.

o1;Y3.105UNT INSTITUTION N. Thd following address, admirable in its object has been forwarded to the Rev. Mr. Kirby, together with a contri- bution of 101. The benevolent donors have remembered that if the poor are stinted in their means of subsistence by the exorbitant price of
11 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGHYNCL NEWMt~ARKH'T IAIST(DE BY ELECTI:C TEIIT'CIAl'lt. The Riddlezwort' Stokes of 'abe Lord Exeter's Galatat colt Dukce of ?? Iilack Cat Sweeopstilkes of 100 3nas cacb, A F. Dulke of Bedford's P'aragoe ?? Lord Clmsterfleld'e Arkwr'ight t Msateli.-l1isholp of Roon
16 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)

(FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)

I (FROM OUR, SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) . London, Friday, April, 10. ,n. THE RAILWAY PANIC. he Great satisfaction is felt not with the proposition, but at is- the fact that somne proposition has been made by the govern- ment for the protection of the railway public from the con- 1w
13 April 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland