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THE IRISH CLERGY.

THE IRISH CLERGY.

TlEf IRISH CLERGY. TO THrE EDITOR Or THE TIM'ES. Sus-I beg permission, through the press, to offer to the public a few explanations respecting the petition which was presented to the House of Lords a few evenings ago on my behalf, or rather on behalf of the Irish clergy. I am ind
3 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

The weekly meeting of guardians was held at the work- house yesterday- The Right Hon. the LORD MAYOR in the Chair. The following guardians were also present :-Doctor Bradv, Mr Dodd, Mr Thorpe, Mr Long, Mr Mangan, Captain Lindsay, Doetor Willis, Mr Boland, Mr Kerr. Mr M'Clean, Mr
3 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

QUEEN'S ROYAL THEATRE. MR. JAMES JOUN PROSSER, LESSEE. T HIS PRESENT MONDAY, June 7th, 1847, will be performed, for the first time, a Drama of intense inte est, celled the FLOWERS OF THIE FOREST: A GIPSEY STORY. Lemuel (a Gipsey Boy) Miss Julia St. George, her first oppearanDO th
7 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROMAN AND SICILIAN COURTS.

THE ROMAN AND SICILIAN COURTS.

| TnF, ROBIAM AND SlCILIAN COTJRT8. g _ NA¶'LES, MAY 30.-Neither the petiple nor the govern. ment of this city seem to he attentive observers of what liasse out of their Own sphere; consequently the ill feeling existing between the Sicilian land Roman Courts, and which n has bee
5 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—YESTERDAY.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—YESTERDAY.

I kluuLtT ?? Qt)bk,'v 0 bb?Yutj-Y?sTbRDAY. _j - . . . - ?? -- - I I.- U- ? The, court sat at the usual hour and proceeded' to hear' motions. Mr. Perrin applied for a special jury to try the case of Forester v. Despard Taylor, in which a new trial motion had been granted, and that
5 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—YESTERDAY.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—YESTERDAY.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-YPSTERIDA- . (Before the Chief Justice and the full courl.4 A Executors of the Marquis of Winchester v. the Bisifop of The Chief Justice Killaloe. The Chief Justice said that in this case the court d after consultation, cormeto the conclusion that they had t
5 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR PRVATE COR T.n.dan. Monday Night. Lonaon. isum.. - "eu - DISSOLUTION OF FARLIAMENT. The general impression respecting this much spoken- about event seems to be, that ministers do not purpose deferring the dissolution beyond the 10th of July. You have been already apprise
2 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

lif. T. Barrett returns bin moat grateful thanks to J J. Mar P*»T. for donation Are pound*, for tbe poor of the district ol Wen Bnll to Mr. Edward Finn, Grocer. North Main-street, foi a donation of li. Tbe Ker. Mr. O Rtfin gratefully acknowledge! the receipt o! on# pound from Jo
7 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
At the fair of Rathlceale, on Tuesday there was rathei an inferior show of stuck, milch cows dull, unless primi

At the fair of Rathlceale, on Tuesday there was rathei an inferior show of stuck, milch cows dull, unless primi

ones which brought from £7 to £14, a few only brough the latter price. Beef scarce, and averaged from £l< to £16. Mr. Waller sold a lot of fat cows at £16 each and Ejre Ma-sy, Esq., of Glenduff Castle, some at £15, Strippers from £5 10*. to two-year olds from £4 4s to £6; yearli
7 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
I lit! REV. IC. KEN ON O.N POSITION AND CAREER. TO THE EDITOR THE NATION. " II ne f<ut cralndre

I lit! REV. IC. KEN ON O.N POSITION AND CAREER. TO THE EDITOR THE NATION. " II ne f<ut cralndre

rl«n qutnd tout Mr Dear Sir—Upon seeing your number of last Sa turday, the first since first I saw the Nation that jarred with my sentiments, the gloom misplaced upon your columns fell heavily on my heart. Whether any section of Irishmen svmpathi-e with my feplings, I cannot kno
7 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland