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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTIiS. October 31, at }ilkenny, the wife of William Bullen, Esq, of a sex. October 27, at Ballyglhan-avenue, Kingatown, the wife of Townley W. lHardnan, of a on. October 28, at Armagh, the wife of Alexander Robinson, M.D., of a son. October 27, at Guildford, the wife of Captain
1 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY'S DISPATCHES.

SATURDAY'S DISPATCHES.

ATCHES, I SATUDUAYS 3 DISIPA__ (From the EvpeN-NG F5nU5EcL of Saturday.) THE SURRENDER OF CAPUA. The Daily Metas has received the following despatch from its own correspondent at Naples:- Cu Naples, Friday. ( Capita capitulated to-day. The troops left with the honoura of war, but
5 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWNS' IMPROVEMENT ACT—MEETING AT BLACKROCK.

TOWNS' IMPROVEMENT ACT—MEETING AT BLACKROCK.

TOWNS' IM1PROVEMENT ACT-MEETING AT | 1 . 7 BLACKROCK. l A numerously attended meeting was held on Thursday in Robinson's Tavern, Blackrock, for the purpose of tak- ing into consideration the advisability of having the Towns' Improvement Act introduced into the locality. The meeti
3 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

I. ?? _ THlE CORN TRADE. -rA,,K L'LNE, FRIDAY: EvANING.-Thr leading mar- hets of consumption, held since we last wrote, have been .but moderately supplied With English wheat, which has come to hand in somewhat improved; condition. For good and fine samples, there has been a stead
6 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON FUNDS.

LONDON FUNDS.

i ?? - I OPEusInG Pwova.-Consois for Monoy and Account, 53 to I; New Threes, 9134 J. ONsE P.t. PmucEs-Consols for Money and f9r Account, 934 I4, New Threes, 91t t. 2-15 POr. PnicEs-Consols for Money audAccount, 93 to J; New Threes, 014 i. CLoSnIo PamcEs-Consols for Money, 93&; d
7 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE BRIGADE IN PARIS.

THE BRIGADE IN PARIS.

I i TRE BRIGADE IN PARIS. ' . . ?? (From. the L'Amoi de la Religian.) Another detachment of Irish volunteers, comprising 470 men, arrived this morning at Paris, by the Lyons :]Railway, and many zealous Catholics had gone to the station to 'meet those brave defenders of the Holy S
7 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE.

CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE.

I The new church of St. Mary's, at Chree, is hasteninglast to completion. It stands on the site of the chapel of Cease, which the late Father Pat Kelly, P.P, of Kilmackudan and Kilinihill, built at Chree, at his own expense, for the convenience of that remote part of the parish
7 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARIKETS-YESTEaRDAY. Smitlhfield Cattle Market was one of tho largest we have seen for aeveral years. Sales extremely dull, ?? for coarse beasts; prices 3is to S0s per cwt, according to qua. Ilty. There was a large show of sheep; ewes from bid to 6id; wedder, G.d to 71d,
2 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BRIGADE.

THE IRISH BRIGADE.

Nearly one thousand men of the Irish Brigade are now on their way to the Irish shore. A few days after the arrival of the first detachment, a second under the command of seven officers, arrived at Havre. The two detachments will follow each other in rapid succession to Cork; but
2 November 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKETS FOR MANUFACTURES.

MARKETS FOR MANUFACTURES.

AIAN-CiRSTmR, FRIDAY, Nov. 2.-Therve ?? inquiry by the China merchants for goods, and a little business is taking place. In this department tile tiele may, thetefore, le considered as slightly improvedt bitt prices r emain as they were. The prodleers cl yarns for the Blackburn d
5 November 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland