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OOM PAPER, in great variety, at MAURICE BROOKS'S. SACKVItLE-PLACE, l>ubllii. MR. FKRGUS()N, Veterinary Surgeon to the Queen, having sufficiently recovered

OOM PAPER, in great variety, at MAURICE BROOKS'S. SACKVItLE-PLACE, l>ubllii. MR. FKRGUS()N, Veterinary Surgeon to the Queen, having sufficiently recovered

from hi* recent tllncM RESUME PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, may Iks consulted at the Royal Veterinary Institution, HARRYSTREET, (Irafton-strci t. FACE lIE, TIC J DOLOREUX. Sufferers are Invited try ERSON'S UNFAILIJfO REMEDIES. Thousands have found uelikf, and bear cheerful testimony th
24 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.

NOTICE ADVERTISERS. N.B.—The Proprietor Irill not be responsible for any error, as to the date of publication or otherwise, of any advertisement ordered in this journal But he will, in every case in which an error may occur, either refund the sum paid insert the advertisement wit
23 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE IN GARDINER-STREET.

FIRE IN GARDINER-STREET.

FIRE GARDINER-STREET. About ten o'clock on Saturday night a fire was disrovered to have broken out in the house Xo. 1)G, Lower Gardiner-street Police constable 179 C. The usual formula was gone tlirough of sending to the several tire engine keepeis, some of whom were not to be fo
23 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE HUGH MASSY O'GRADY, ESQ.

THE LATE HUGH MASSY O'GRADY, ESQ.

THE (i one kkpoktkr.) Satl'Ki>ay.—This day Thomas Esq., coroner, held inquest at Castlegardc, the body of the late Hugh Massy O'Grady, fouuJ drowned in the dead river Friday. The following jury were empanelled—William Gabbett, James Gubbins, Laurence Marshall, Thomas Apjohn, Mic
23 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Theatre royal, dublin. THIS EVENING (Friday), January 27tli, will be performed a new Drama (translated from the French, and adapted

Theatre royal, dublin. THIS EVENING (Friday), January 27tli, will be performed a new Drama (translated from the French, and adapted

expressly for this Theatre Mr Ujvey), entitled THE CARRIER HAVRE —Martin, Mr Granby ; Armand, Mr 11 ourt; la Roche, Mr W Blake ; the Viscount Kochefort, Mr Neville; Marquis Dupris, Mr England ; Sharman, Kitzjames; Laurent, Mr Brinslcy; Genevieve, Mrs Wallis; Amelia, Miss ¥ Haydo
27 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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A CON UIA Ai'iOA J Mean C. aiid J. DAY continues to consulted on all cues Xtnous Debility, Trembling the

A CON UIA Ai'iOA J Mean C. aiid J. DAY continues to consulted on all cues Xtnous Debility, Trembling the

Hands Depression Spirits, Indigestion, Ac. ; their m-nlc of treat is very expeditious, and involves no actual restraint diet occupation. Shillings. Agu trautee given for the cure. Country Patients, by forwarding the fee will be promptly attended to. Private Consultation daily fr
27 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
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