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STATE OF THE DISTURBED DISTRICTS.

STATE OF THE DISTURBED DISTRICTS.

(Fromn a Ceir-0wopndent of the Mail) CL~OacaEL, WiuDNrSDAY.-l have beeii travelling through the disturbed districts in, tbe South of Ireland, and the fol- lowiing is at summiary of thc information gleaned in mny jour- ncy :-Thoughs thcre has been no attemlit at insurrection or o
22 September 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

CI)c fflirlictie. EN N 0 , I S IT. LONI)ON COP.N.EXCIIANGE, MOuNDAY, FEBRUlARY 21.- Ircab upiodi' stwise and by land-carriage, the supply of 1 Wheapt rolmithie neighbouring counties was small. From dis- tant parts the quantity was trifling. Selected parcels coin- nianded a steady
25 February 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT PROTESTANT MEETINGS.

THE GREAT PROTESTANT MEETINGS.

WE have devoted a great portion of our space to an ample report of the highly interesting and important meeting which took place in this town yesterday. It will be perceived that a great Protestant movement, ex- cited by the emergency of the time, has now comieneed in the North
27 October 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

It IM~ERrAL PARLZAMBxT; OUSE1 OF LORDST.TUSDAY,1En. 10. 'The Loara CHANCELLORo took his seat upon the wool. sack at five o'clock, 'POOR LAW (IRELAND). ' Eail FITZWILL[A&I rose to move for Aretuif the several unions In Ireland of which the boards of gaerdians have been diseolved,
12 February 1848 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPT COURT—YESTERDAY.

BANKRUPT COURT—YESTERDAY.

BANKRUPT COURT-YEsTEnDAY. I (Before Commissioner Macan.) In the matter of Hamilton and Ruskell, late of Ormoad. quay, theie was a meeting for the proof of debts and ex- amlaition of the Bankrupts. Mr; Creightorn (with Mr. Daniel M'Gann), appeared for Mr. Ruskell, and Mr. Frank Me
12 February 1848 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TIHE SAVINGS' BANKS—ST. PETER'S PARISH.

TIHE SAVINGS' BANKS—ST. PETER'S PARISH.

be ifreemaw0s 4out'rna't DUBLIN: FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1848. TIHE SAVINGS' BANKS-ST. PETER'S PARISH. The crash in St. Peters parish has added another to Pte list of Savings' Bank failures, and we may be sure involved many a family in utter and hopeless ruin. T7he savings of many an anx
12 May 1848 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE.

IRISH PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE.

IRISH PABLIAMENTARY COMMITT'EE. - .. I ?? - 1 ?? 1 Tre weekly meeting of the above committee was held om i Saturday, at the city Asseuil)y House, William-street. The t following members of Parliament were present :-Mr. Maurice i CyConniell, Ir. Richard Kcatinge, Mr. John O'Connel
15 May 1848 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

| FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. New York, Jan. 29, 1848. EBOAChL or GENERAL SCOTT.-The unnoteioement in the senate last week by General Case (who appears by the Was to have grown of late into a sort of quasi mouthpiece of the administration), that General Scott had been re- pslied
16 February 1848 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION.

THE CORPORATION.

THE CORPORATION, An adjourned meeting of the corporation was held yester- h day at the Ci~ty Assembly Hlouse. The following members V were present: al Aldersnen~Keehbas, Moran, Hudson, Staunton, M'Keona, Ic Tagart, Fallon, Butler. Councillors"Walker, Molloy, t Wharton, Wauchob, F
16 February 1848 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY—TUESDAY.

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY—TUESDAY.

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY-TUESDAY. (From the Sun.) The delegates met this morning at the usual hour. The business of the assembly was confined to bearing the reports of the various delegates from the different towns, giving a description of the social and political condition of the r con
4 May 1848 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland