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PUBLIC DINNER AT DUNDALK.

PUBLIC DINNER AT DUNDALK.

PUBLIC DINNER AT DUNDALK - K. - . . fV Sl b 1A 1 UALMU,& The following letter has been addressed to Mr. Cartiu of Dundalk, by Mr. Joseph H. Dunno, jun. "2, Williamstown Avenue, Booterstown, Aug-ust 24, 1847. "Mr DEAR MR, CARTIN.I acoept with sincere and heartfelt pleasure the inv
25 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

FUNERAL OF MR. O'CONNELTL. The following additional requisitions have been received by the Lord Ndeyor since our last publietion:- OTO THE RIGrT ION. MkICRAEL STAUNTON LORD HAYOR or DUBLIN. We, the undersigned, request that you will eall a national 4 meeting, to be held in Dublin
15 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

i PASHIONIABLE INTEL.IGENCE. Sir Philip Crampton sailed for Liverpool on Wednesday evening, on a tour to the Continent. The Earl of Errol has purchased his company in the Ridle Brigade. MR. FERNANSDO M.P.-It is said tbat Mr. Ferrand, M.P., is about to marry the sister of Lord Bla
9 July 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POOR LAW DEBATE.

THE POOR LAW DEBATE.

T OOADA LLT- A W.*W AJ I 2DT L. Our readers will observe that the new poor law for Ireland o.cupied the attention of the house during thegreater portion of Monday night. Severalimportant changes were proposed, and some most mischievous ones adopted. We must refer our readers to
1 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A NEW WONDER OF THE WORLD—THE BRITANNIA BRIDGE.

A NEW WONDER OF THE WORLD—THE BRITANNIA BRIDGE.

A NEW WONDEj R OF TIE WORLD-TBHE BRITANNI& BRIDGE. . The following description of this stupendous work is given by a correspoadent of the Manchester Examiner :_ sex " If we suppose ourselves stationed in a boat in the mid- ab dle of the Menai Strait, a few hundred yards distant f
19 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

_ - We have received the Diauro di Ronsa (the official jour- nal) of the 22d ult. After announcing the appointment of the Commander-in-ChieF, Lieutenant-Colonels, bud Majors of the fourteen Rione, composing the National Guard of Romne, it says:- " We have the pleasure of stating
6 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISTRESS (IRELAND).

DISTRESS (IRELAND).

4 The fourth report of the iceliet uomulnsolners, GOUiE utoed under the Act l0th Victoria, cap. 7, was recentiy presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of her Majesty, and was on Saturday issued ina printed form pur siant to the orders of parliament. The report is to t
6 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INVESTIGATIONS AT THE TULLAMORE UNION WORKHOUSE.

INVESTIGATIONS AT THE TULLAMORE UNION WORKHOUSE.

INVESTIGATIONS AT THE TULLAMORE UNION I Ioex * WORKHOUSE. .. I (FROMI A CORRESPONDENxT.) At the instance of Dr. Cowell, an investigation into the management of the Tullamore Union Workhouse was ordered by the Poor Law Commissioners, and took place on lost Tuesday week, at the hou
6 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RAILWAY PARLIAMENT.

THE RAILWAY PARLIAMENT.

THE RAI4WAY PABLIAMENT. tP The following are 'the returns, up to Friday O1g9I.s U gsutlemen prominently eonneoted with rall ways We give them in aiphabetleal order :- Bowrisg, Dr., Bolton, Director of the London and Black wall Railway. Cobbold, John Chevalier, Ipswich, Chairman o
6 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.

4SSJZES INTELLIGENCE. SLIGO. . (Poat OUR zOWN coBlatstorbENT.) Ed August, 1847. CROWtN COURT. WILFUTL MUDER-FiIGlTFUL cASe. Mathew Gara, James Sharket, Eleanor Sharket and Bridget Burke, were indicted for the wilful murder of Michael Burke, James Sharket having given him a brutal
6 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland