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NATIONAL GRATITUDE—PROCEEDINGS AT CORK.

NATIONAL GRATITUDE—PROCEEDINGS AT CORK.

NATIONAL GRATITUDE-PROCEEDINGS AT CORK. The officers and crew of the Jamestown are about to be received as becomes the ambassadors from the great re- publio who have borne to us the sympathy and the dona- tions of our Transatlantic brethren. Cove has, in a be. coming manner, welc
16 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN AND KINGSTOWN RAILWAY.

DUBLIN AND KINGSTOWN RAILWAY.

rV [ AND KINGSTOWN RAILWAY. i The half yearly general meeting of this company was held yesterday. at their office, Westland-row, to receive a report for the past year, with a statement of acconnts, and to transact other business. GEORGE PD!A, Esq., in the Chair. The Secretary rea
16 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE-SATURDAY. HEAD OFFICE, STEALING FIREARMS..-Thomaa Beakey and Thomas e Byrne, two lads of about 17 years of age, were brought 15 up charged with the robbery of a short house gun from the premises of Thomas Conry, Esq., of St. Marc's, h county Dublin, parish of Olonda
5 April 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
 
WARNER'S LONG RANGE.

WARNER'S LONG RANGE.

I - . . ?? ~ ~ ?? ?? Rl ?? Is_ fg;l ?? +J Captain Chads, and Lieutenant-Colonel Chalmer, the 1o 1t commissioners appointed by government to witness the ex, The periments, have delivered their report. They state that had it hasing been found necessary to learn. some portions of b
29 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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FRANCE.

FRANCE.

'FRA NCE& _z d .1| The Paris journals of Sunday are extremely barren ot news. 0O the day before, the Chamber of Deputies were engaged in disposing of petitions ; one praying that the effigy of Napoleon be substituted for that of Henry IV. on the decoration of the Legion of Honour
22 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PLAN OF COLONIZATION FOR IRELAND SUBMITTED TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL BY THE "IRISH PARTY."

THE PLAN OF COLONIZATION FOR IRELAND SUBMITTED TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL BY THE "IRISH PARTY."

LETTER I I. ga TO THE EDITOR OF THE F PREEMAIIa SIR-In my former letter upon this subject I dealt prin- t cipally with the mercantile impracticability of ondeavouring a to constitute a company for carrying out a scheme which w its authors candidly confessed would not " pay ;" in
22 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

_ Il TAIT'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE--APetUL, 1847. The first paper in this number of lait, "The Couu- sellor's Family," is of an exceedingly curious and interest- i ing cbaracter. It presents a highly graphic account of domestic life in Switzerland, suoh as holiday.tourist sel-; dom,
22 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1847.

DUBLIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1847.

Ijitowmato Cvnihi RVIBBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 18441 THE MAB QLIIS OF WESTMEATH'S " PET"- tl IRISH LANDLORDISM. e. After a painful gestation, the Marquis of West. n meath 'was delivered. Ever since the Rotundo meet- a ing he carried within him a principle of ameliorative life for Ir
23 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

I vFASHIONABLE INTELLGEIeE. ITHE COURT.-We understand that it is the intention of her Majesty to give two state balls and two concerts this season, at Buckingham Palace. It is runnoured that the first state ball will be announced for the third week in the ensuing month. ; ROYAL V
28 April 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland