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PROTEST AGAINST THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES.

PROTEST AGAINST THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES.

I PROTEST AGAINST TIE QUEEN'S COLLEGES. I We bave been requested to give insertion to the fol- lowing letter from the Mayor of Waterford:- . Waterford, Dec. 31, 1861. Ilir DsAnn Dn. WoeDnLos-1 am requested by the following magistrates of this city to ask yon to.have the goodness
2 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE.

CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE.

I - On Wednesday a solerni office and high miss were celebrated in the cathedral of Longlord for the eternal repose of the soul of the late Edward KildtalT, E3q.p father of the truly, venerated and beloved Bishop of Ar- dagh, the Most Rev. Dr. KildufYl Notwithstanding the very i
28 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAD, DUBLIN.

PIER HEAD, DUBLIN.

. . . fP HEAD, DUBDW. * &WstV*25 Up to 9, ?? Jan 24.-Wlznd-46W. .t. J*W Sr.Wd2stubm verlb Du*e of Canlr stiwer; &I* :EbySy siamerLFiidon; . ibruai,. steamer, i-iye l; G ' .Oston4 hopt Old Harry, *orKunjton; Iron; Mrane, Iverpeol, w at; St lede, New York; wheat, MIchael Humstt, Ro
25 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARLISLE-BRIDGE.

CARLISLE-BRIDGE.

I -- -- - CARLISLB-BRIDGE The following plan is suggested, by a correspondent, for widehing this thronged thoroughfare to a sutlicient breadth, in a rnode that will unite embellishment with conyxenience, qnd would involve a comparatively mode- rate outlay in the execution, unatte
9 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

TilJ7-E A IS. SPITALFIELDS BACON AND BUITEiR 1IARKET-j1; 1.-The supply more than equal to the deniand, an,l j-. of alt provisions in buyer's favour. Fine butters sr r Jy scarce and wanted. Ftitch bacon, 67s t'oi; 3, :D, Cas to e6s; ditto Americans, 2Gs to 44s; Wickhjs r. 4Ys ; sh
16 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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DISTRESS IN THE WEST.

DISTRESS IN THE WEST.

|! .DISTRESS IN TIHE WEST A meeting of the inhabitants of Newport'(MIyO), convened by the Catholic and Protestant clergymen of the district, was held at Newport on Monday, Dec. 9. It was proposed by the Rev. W. Disney Roe, and se- conded by the Rev. Richard Prendergast, P.P.-0 Th
10 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POOR LAWS—REFORM.

THE POOR LAWS—REFORM.

1. , ?? 'isrTHE' w .EF FORM. *. weat ha~py~ lto perceive, that "'aotlion" has at length 16e6 takea in regard to 1i extrvely anoma Ious state of tha Irish poor law,. Yesterday a hijghly' important andmost Influential meeting was presided over by his Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Cualen,
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WINDHAM CASE GOSSIP.

WINDHAM CASE GOSSIP.

I , V - INDIM CASEW SSIP.' f i I- I r Notwithstanding lbat since Saturday, the, 11th jast.,' s there have been I eeral competing legal entertainments, a thoe Aindham caae still 'holds its place in public popu- larity. Notwithbtanding that, with the frAt' day, of Hilary Term, W*st
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

THE MARKUTS. . . ?? .,D.ULiN 'iA8itsT,6,,rUdDAY. Ow -ouing to broken bolaterona weather this wcce4i there hal been littla or not agriculturs 1 outdoor work done. lodinfe rent weasher has also lute rfefed with our ordinary hay Straw, and produce markiet, which, conftlquently, were
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND JURY REFORM ASSOCIATION.

GRAND JURY REFORM ASSOCIATION.

not~ ft R . I . * a . I This 'oody held their weeh4y zneeting on Thursday, the 2rTd January, at25i, Bachelor's-walk, S. B. Stilforde ES40 county Wexford, in the chair. Captain Darlhy, essrs Gerion, M. 0tven, Jameil Byrne, and other ratepayers were present. Mr. Stafford, all 'nkin
4 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland