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DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1863.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1863.

i fj-, R? (fluman"s laurual. . j DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY. MAY 27. 1808. ?? I EAcio Of Our London contemporaries of yesterday devote an editorial article to the memory of the gallant Jackson. I The Tines says probably no disaster of the war will ba e catried quebi grief to Southqrn* Ler
27 May 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

..E .JO N R . IDISThES IN CONEM~aRA. TO Tl DiRiT~OR OF, Trl FREEMA. Clilden, May 25. Mr DRAcLn tli -Vitfi your usual ?? you will please acknolejse tilB receipt b this day's post of 7il fromris Grace the'fost ev.D. MDIlaeHae Arch. bishop of Tuam, T oai the relie of the several dis
27 May 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FEDERAL AGENTS IN ENGLAND.

FEDERAL AGENTS IN ENGLAND.

flD 1 , INGl l - DBD AL AQETIS, IN; EFGLk, D.!_ , ?? A co~lsondent of the Li 'l AferaJ has sent to that journal some carious documents, which he gives a 4 "asn exposure of the tactics of the Federal government and their adherents in this country." The frst of the sriles' I-n dati
10 April 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1863.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1863.

- 7)12 Irpal 401u1mat. DUBLIN: FR'IDAY, MARCIH 13, 1863. Tum proceedings ill parliament yesterday swere devoid of general interest. In the Lords a short sitting was occupied with private Eogiish bills; and in the Com- mons the principal business transacted was the passing of somn
13 March 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PASSENGER COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND IRELAND.

PASSENGER COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND IRELAND.

PASSENGER COMMUNICATION BETWEEN I ENGLAND AND IRELAND. (SSoOm out BluonTzns.) LO1jUON, SATUIRDAY.-The select committee sp- pointed to consider the improvement of tho harboar of Holybead, with the view of facilitating the passeeiger communicatlio between England and Ireland, met a
6 July 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLINASLOE JULY FAIR.

BALLINASLOE JULY FAIR.

(Feiio ?? CORRESPONDENT.) BALLINASLOE, STITUBDAY, FIVE o CLocK.-Tlis fX; to day, was much fuller than lits been observed heei for the last ten years. Ilitherto it was regarded merely as a emall sheep and cattle market, but to-daylr ed supply of sheep and cattle was so much over
6 July 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

HT HATRE ROYAL,, DUB-LINs li l. tIARRI baa tha boevmer to announci the En. agernent of Mr (. V. U ?? the celebrated Tragedalin tor * a limited perlod,whbI wiji b05a5ltod by. Mr. i., COWPEi, oS tho Theatre qya8;-i iYvrpoo-THIS EE ,ING (Friday), May 1stk ?? perormed MInglD6r6 PhlY
1 May 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

I ; ax'AND subs MABSEL ?? ?? h'TAifthrEdaJ Evon4q. The Funda have adrtucedj td 4, closing 'buyers at the quotattona;,rNo3 2;Ior nOney; New 8 per Cent, Stook 91 for ?? aniteF and next a.p count, and 914 J for 4eferred acount. - libernhun Bank SbqhS lmproved and. l23tlozte Beank, p
1 May 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

I _ CITY SESSIONS-YrsmituAy. r Tha Right Hon. the Recorder resumed his eRting; a the court-house, Green-street, on yesterday m rninL. John Durran was indicted that he, on the 27th of January last, did steal four brushes, A hearth rug, a11 i cther articles, the proparty of Charles
5 March 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

1JHEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. a THIS EVENING (Monday), February 2nd, the pertormvancos will commeneo with the favonrite Drama of ALL TILkT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD; or, The Factory Girl. -S:r A-rthur Lassel, -r Bancraft; Jaspar Pluma, Mr Shepherd, Stephen Pluro, Mr Nelson; Frederick Plunm,
2 February 1863 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland