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Sunday last the i*i ; :bt llev. Pr. Browne, who during some weeks past was labouring under slight indisposition, and

Sunday last the i*i ; :bt llev. Pr. Browne, who during some weeks past was labouring under slight indisposition, and

appeared quite recovered, announced to the congregation in the Cavan Cathedral the mtmilicent donation of from the Right lion. Lord Farnham, to Im' distributed amongst the suffering the locality. The prayers of the congregation were asked and obtained for the noble donor.—Menth
24 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CIVIL SKRVICE

THE CIVIL SKRVICE

Department.—Mr. Alfred Carrimrton Dick .a* appointed rmnd M«/ai!«u, and pai«d his examination War Office —CmnmlMiarlat rlerk Kichaid S'4-vcits>i Price hu been appointed deputy-assintant citumisnary general. Mr. Herbert Wood Ik-en appointed a temporary ■clerkship, and passed his
24 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS. ]> C I K C S. V FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERY, HIRE, AND STORAGE ROOMS. Drawingroom, parlour, dress In groom, full

AUCTIONS. ]> C I K C S. V FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERY, HIRE, AND STORAGE ROOMS. Drawingroom, parlour, dress In groom, full

aid kitchen fumiiure for Sale. Terms cash, or approved Wilder hired any quantity, ami for any length of time. Furrlture for hire is especially suite.! to Military and the Public requiring change their residences. Auctions, valuations, and funerals conducted the Proprietors of ex
24 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
New ironmongery 111 M ENT, N0.*68. Sol KT. THOMAS l'< «M ; r • , well-'ch-c ted Stuck of Bui

New ironmongery 111 M ENT, N0.*68. Sol KT. THOMAS l'< «M ; r • , well-'ch-c ted Stuck of Bui

1 Ironn.oti Kit«h«m ll.iVi Ac.. Price# hitherto unknown tin t. le. Wlndov (iijU'V I.<•< 1111 Paper. «»i' i»i<l Colour WurH-nu IO ILUE LINING, AND SLATING LA •% Fire Bricks. Tile*. At.. Ac. Planed and Jointed Mi-uiii.t.-. Ac., Foi very moderate term!* Lit FLY SAW Mil.IS. 12and SI
24 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE M'CLINTOCK TESTIMONIAL.

THE M'CLINTOCK TESTIMONIAL.

The committee met 011 Wednesday, the 18th fnst. The Right Hon. Lord Uoigii, G.C.8., in the chair. Members present—Right Hon. Lord Clancarty, John Vance, Esq., M.P.; Captain Sir R. R.N.; Alderman Roe, Alderman Lambert, George Woods Maunsell, Esq ; Rev. Professor Ilaughton, Profes
23 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. A'.B.—The Proprietor iciU not be responsible far any error, to the date of publication or uthenoise, of

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. A'.B.—The Proprietor iciU not be responsible far any error, to the date of publication or uthenoise, of

any advertisement ordered in this journal But will, every case in irhich an error may occur, either fund the sum paid or insert the advertisement withoutadduional charge, on any other date, irith the error corrected, as may be selected by the adrertiser. Advertisements are recei
2 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEGAL POSTINGS. CHANCERY. Cause Petition under the Court of Chancery, Ireland, Regulation Act, IbSO, «c. 18. In the Matter of

LEGAL POSTINGS. CHANCERY. Cause Petition under the Court of Chancery, Ireland, Regulation Act, IbSO, «c. 18. In the Matter of

James Grant, Petitioner; Ilcnry Thomas Walsh and Mmlaehy Dowling, dents. PURSUANT the Decretal Order made in this Matter, bearing date the th day of July, will, on MONDAY, the 23rd day of Ja»nuary Instant, at the hour of One o'Clock the Afternoon, at Chambers, on the Inns-qaay,
21 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE

LATEST INTELLIGENCE

(BY MAGNETIC :AIMI ) Tele'jram.) The Putrit of this evening the ,s w not abolished before July, 1801, when the}'will replaced by protective duties of or per which, with the advanfages granted French industry, will be quite sufficient to allow competition taking any definite reso
19 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
by a Person, a FRENCH NOTE ; any person giving satisfactory description of it will obtain it by addressing BO

by a Person, a FRENCH NOTE ; any person giving satisfactory description of it will obtain it by addressing BO

ll,Office of this Paper jlB,B IF PATRICK REYNOLDS, who abort thirty years ago lived in Fill-lane, alive he will hear something to his advantage by addressing or waiting Edward Macready, 115, James's-street, from Nine Eleven o'clock, or after Five o'clock. The Persons who repMed
19 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS N.B- The Proprietor wilt not be retpontjUe/or any error to the date ofpublication or othenovSfof any advertisement

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS N.B- The Proprietor wilt not be retpontjUe/or any error to the date ofpublication or othenovSfof any advertisement

ordered in thit journal But will, m every ctuc in which error may occur, either refund the nan paid or nurrt the adrertuement without additional charm, any other date, with the error corrected, at may the arhvrtuer. are received in every cote subject to the above conditions.
19 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland