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CORNS, BUNICNS, AND IRREGULAR TOE

CORNS, BUNICNS, AND IRREGULAR TOE

JJV. »Vii»->, NAILS—BiII. Chiropodist, attends daily his rooms, 15, UPPER D-QUAY, for the treatment of the above diseases, from Twelve Four. His system is perfectly pai and instantaneous.
13 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Coroner's White, city coroner, held an inquest yesterday 011 the body of Joseph Warren aged 70, who died suddenly 011

Coroner's White, city coroner, held an inquest yesterday 011 the body of Joseph Warren aged 70, who died suddenly 011

the previous day, Bow-lane. The jurvjieturned a verdict that death was caused the brain. l)r. White held another inquest at l!l, Coustitution-hil), 011 the body of soldier named llenry O'Dounell, belonging the 12th retriment, who died suddenly on Wednesday. The jury returned a v
13 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Throwing Snowball.—At the petty sessions Newmarket oil Tu<f»d»y last a la<l named Tweed, Chevelev, was charged with having thrown a

Throwing Snowball.—At the petty sessions Newmarket oil Tu<f»d»y last a la<l named Tweed, Chevelev, was charged with having thrown a

struck a young woman, named Elizabeth Itailey, upon Ih face. At the time the offence was committed the lad's father gave the complainant father permission to Hog him, but the mother objected the punishraeut, and hinted that she should proceed against Air. ISailey ], t . flogged
13 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MERCANTILE SALES. Auction of Barb.idocsSugar. STOKES and KOONEY will offer l.y AUCTION: 4lt . our CiiMMtBCIAL 111 11 .DINGS, Pill

MERCANTILE SALES. Auction of Barb.idocsSugar. STOKES and KOONEY will offer l.y AUCTION: 4lt . our CiiMMtBCIAL 111 11 .DINGS, Pill

NEXT, the 12th Instant, Two o'Clock precisely, 120 l!lid». 30 Trs. Sugar. 100 Brls. JAMES STOKES, WIDOW and SONS. Broker*. Commercial Buildings, Into. Auction Wheat and Indian Corn. TO SOLI) AUCTION, FRIDAY, l"th January. at the Office «»f the Mer. chant, 11. Dublin, at T*o o> l
10 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CtHIMNEYTIKCES in Italian, Belgian, Irish, and Erigllith Marble. Kn«m< lied and Cast Iron, for Drawiugrnoxns. Bedrooms, Ac A very stock

CtHIMNEYTIKCES in Italian, Belgian, Irish, and Erigllith Marble. Kn«m< lied and Cast Iron, for Drawiugrnoxns. Bedrooms, Ac A very stock

%<-Wt from.—MAURICE BROOKS* MCKVUXI PLACE, Dublin. "Vf KW BUILDERS* II lON MOB EIIV Xl ESTA BLISHM EXT, No. SOI .'Til GEORGE S-STREET. TnOMAS DOCK LL respectfully Invites attention his large and well-.selected Stock of BnlWera' Ironmongery, Kitchen Ranges, Ac., at Prices hithert
10 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Royal Dublin society. HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH SESSION. 1859-60. The SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS of the Royal Dublin Society and of tin* Associated

Royal Dublin society. HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH SESSION. 1859-60. The SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS of the Royal Dublin Society and of tin* Associated

Societies will l>e held on TIIIS (Wednesday) EVENING, January 11. Chairs taken in the several Sections af Eight o'Clock precisely. ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY. [BOARD-ROOM.] C Oil M UN IC ATI 1. Mb. Ei>wari> Clibbobn.—On the utilization of several great natural supplies of Spring Water
11 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STATISTICAL SOCIETY.

THE STATISTICAL SOCIETY.

A roeetingof above society Has held last evening at the 1 loyal Dublin Society House, 61. Giikku, listp, in the chair. Till-: I'AKIN<> TBAKK. W. Xeilson Ilandcock, 1,1,. I)., rend paper the long hours employment of journeymen bakers in Dublin The following are extracts from the
12 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I!.N.—lt rumovred i.aval circles that some diniculty has been made about ' giving Captain M'Ciintock pay whilst employed -Arctic pea*.

I!.N.—lt rumovred i.aval circles that some diniculty has been made about ' giving Captain M'Ciintock pay whilst employed -Arctic pea*.

Surely this must a mistake, which has uly to I e pointed out to rectified. Sea-time always tarries pay, and know that the officer has not received the slightest remuneration from l.ajy Franklin, «Itl.engh nolle-wintlcd lady has euJesvoure*l in e very jcstible way try and induce
12 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPENING OF HILARY TERM

OPENING OF HILARY TERM

Yesterday, being the day of Hilary Term, the several law ami equity courts were opened for business with the usual formalities. The hall was crowded during the afternoon with barristers, solicitors, and others connected with the legal profession, besides considerable number visi
12 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEETII—JIR. W. EGAR, DENTIST, IG, SUFFOLK-STREET (Brother and Successor to the late Job Egar), continues to supply the loss of

TEETII—JIR. W. EGAR, DENTIST, IG, SUFFOLK-STREET (Brother and Successor to the late Job Egar), continues to supply the loss of

Teeth by the application of VULCANISED GUM-COLOURED INDIA RUBBER to the most tender' Gums, without the extraction Stumps, or any painful operation whatever. 1 bey adhere closely to tlie Gums have unnecessary ligatures, and perform with comfort the functions the natural Teeth, wh
14 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland