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ONEY ADVANCED to any Amount on M Diamonds, Plate, Watches, and Jewellery, at Mr. TYNANS OFFICE, 105, UPPER DORSET.STREgT. s8,2 N ORTHUMBE]RLAD CORN BRUISING MILL, BEaESFoR1D.PLAcE-OATS, BEANS, IN DLLN COR~t MALT, ,5cc., bruised, and delivered, carriage free, wlthout delay. R OOM
10 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GARIBALDI AND THE KING OF NAPLES— STRANGE REVELATIONS.

GARIBALDI AND THE KING OF NAPLES— STRANGE REVELATIONS.

GARIBALDI AND THE KING OF NAPLES- STRANGE REVELATIONS (Yfrom a French Journal.) The King when embarking for Naples, charged M. splilelli with the maintenance of order at Naples. The l]ivig once at sea, Spinelli assembled the heads of the different Neapolitan parties when a strang
25 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HARVEST PROSPECTS.

HARVEST PROSPECTS.

HARVEST P ROSPECTS. (1 rom the Nark-Lane .xpress of taet ,dylri.) The broken weather of the past week had greatly im-. peded the harvest operations. The wheat il the -uthem and midland counties was well nigh gathered before the rain commenced. In the northern districts the operat
25 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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EDUCATION. f¢i QILEGE OF 8T. THOMAS, NIEW- *.J 13>DGE, COUNTY KiLDARE- The Dominican Fathers a off New/bridge College most earnestly and mastf resipetf ulJ, Trequiest Parent.f and Guardiansf of Chidren to favour theirI IEstablishmnent with a vidit. ?? the decided ade'antages of t
29 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ITALIAN OPERAS.

THE ITALIAN OPERAS.

i l TIHE ITALIAN OPERAS. Last night Mozart's Don Giovanni was presented for the second time. It is no small praise to say that the cast of parts with which Don Giovanni was produced was fully up to the demands of the most fastidious judges. Having so recently spoken of this opera
29 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGwsE. LONDONDERYT RACES. (FMOM OUR conaRoccNDWr.) IONOOxDsRIY, TauoosDAY.-This was the second day of thel races. Theattendance was eron larger than that of yatrdby, Dnd the sport first-rate. There were three races, viz.:- The Stowards' Plate of 4 nava each, with 4
29 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I CURKAGIf SEPTEM1BER DIEETING-YESTRIDAY. (PRoSm oun coar5spoNDENT.) Stewards-Sir Thomas Burke, Bart.; Win. Quin, C. St. George, Robert Browne, Ranger; John R. Bunter, Deputy Ranger and keeper of the match book; It. J. Hunter, judge. TIe Flying Staies of3 arovs each, 25 Sov8 add
7 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING iNTELLIGENCE. CASHEL lACES rmorosmna 26. (anoM OUR conUsR'PoNPENr.) (SecOND DAY.) After we left the course to reach the train the following race was run off,, ad decided as under:- Sweephtakes of 2 sovseach (h ft), 25 soys added. Sacond to 'same bid stakte. One 'mnle and
28 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GARIBALDI AT PALERMO.

GARIBALDI AT PALERMO.

I The following proclamation has been isued by Gari- baldi to the inhabitants of Palermo:- "The people of Palermo, who showed no fear in face of those who bombarded their city, have shownS them- selves recently equally regardless of fear in face of cor- rupt men, who want to lea
27 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

I ThROMOTIONS AiD EXCHIANGES. 'VAn-OFFIoC, sePT. 25. 88th Regiment of Foot-Major General Sir George Ruller, K C ?? to be Colinel, vice LiedttenauntGencral Horatio George Broke, deceased. Corps of Royal Engineers-For "Major" General Sir Harry David Jonee,,K C B, to be Colonel Comm
27 September 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland