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THE LATE ROSCOMMON ELECTION.

THE LATE ROSCOMMON ELECTION.

(FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) Casti.ehka, WcimotDAY Uouroo. —Mr. Do Q.C., commenced public inquiry in the courthouse, and will continue it tliis day, into certain circumstances alleged to have occurred at the last election for the county lioscammnn, and in which is involved charg
26 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YESTERDAY'S DISPATCHES.

YESTERDAY'S DISPATCHES.

I The following ajipeared in the Evening of leiterday| FRANCE. It was rumoured Paris yesterday afternoon that mauifistaticn was attempted at Lille, when it was known that the commercial treaty between France aud England had been signed. SPAIN AND MOROCCO. Madrid, January 24th. A
26 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SICK AND INDIGENT ROOM KEEPERS' SOCIETY.

SICK AND INDIGENT ROOM KEEPERS' SOCIETY.

The annual meeting of the friends and promoters of this grer»t metropolitan charity was held Tuesday at the committee-rooms, No. 2 Palace-street. The hour of two o'clock had been named for the commencement of proceedings, the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor having signified his iuteut
26 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sale Carriage House*.—The followiug are the prices realised by Mr. Burke, Auctioneer, Sackville-street for the late Lord Mayor's horses, which

Sale Carriage House*.—The followiug are the prices realised by Mr. Burke, Auctioneer, Sackville-street for the late Lord Mayor's horses, which

were dispose I of at Sewell's repository, yesterday Lot I—Bay horse, bought by J. Esmond, Esq., for 2y/ 8s; lot —Bay horse, taught by Mr. Wiliuott, for I>o/ lot a—Bay horse, bought by K. Wood roofe, Esq., for 10s ; lot 4—Bay mare, bought J. Wat kins, Esq., for 10s.
21 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IUISII MILITIA APPOINTMENT.

IUISII MILITIA APPOINTMENT.

Fermanagh.—To be Assistant Surgeon—J Rutherford, Esq, licentiate K.C.S.I, B.A. T.C.D., rice Wilson, resigned.
21 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST—Yesterday.

DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST—Yesterday.

FLNOS. Three per Cent Consols ... ... Ditto for Acccunt, Bth February*... 95$ New Three per Cent Stock ... 94 I LOCAL PECKSTI'RLS. Cash. Acct. City Debentures 4 per cent 2d 89$ BAKKS. National Bank, paid ... ... STEAM. Atlantic (limited), G/paid... 3$ City of Dublin, paid &. Cit
18 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOUGHREA SESSIONS-Friday.

LOUGHREA SESSIONS-Friday.

(Before the Chairman, W Brereton.) llt.Uy v. the M'ulluud Halfway this ca.se the plaintiff sued the company civil |l>ill for six |>oun<R the value of some joft good* alleged t<> have been abstracted from parcel conveyed by defendants from Dublin to tlieir station Woodlawn, on th
3 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
28, LOWER SACKVILLE-STREET. READY-MADE DEPARTMENT.

28, LOWER SACKVILLE-STREET. READY-MADE DEPARTMENT.

I make up large quantities of my very best Goods in the best style for this Department. Frock and Dress Coats of all qualities up to extra superfine. A large selection of the best and newest styles of Vestings and Trowserings ; while in Overcoats the Stock comprises a variety fr
3 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. vhj Invented Application of HARDENED GUM-COLOURED INDIA RUBBER, forming a Permanent, HAoletome, fabulously Light, and Flexible Frame at a bate for their celebrated Tinted Miners Teeth. MESSRS. DA VIES, SURGEON DENTISTS, No. 22, NORTH EARL-STREET, DUBLIN.
28 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Wreck of a Fishing Smack. —During the gale on Friday night last the smack, Mary, ot Dublin, went down off

Wreck of a Fishing Smack. —During the gale on Friday night last the smack, Mary, ot Dublin, went down off

but all hands, we are happy 1 slate, were Lived. finding the vessel founderi.i' the took the ringing ami clung to the nio.it, whio'j ! fortunately remained wnter after the hull tied the bottom. L.u perilous situation the ; remained for considerable tine. Their shouts and cries «
28 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland