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THE NIGHT REFUGE.

THE NIGHT REFUGE.

TEE NIGHT REFUGE, Weekly return of admissions into St Joseph's Night Refuge, Brickfield-lane, Cork-street, Dublin, of lome. less women, girls, and children of good ebaracter,who there received nightly shelter and partial eupport for theweek ending the 7th of March, 1865:-Servants
11 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

LAW COURTVII-YESTEEDAY. I CONSOLIDATED CHIAMBER. Mr. Justice O'fagan sat this day and heard motions for the three law counts. M orris V. Henry-Mr. Philips, on behalf of the plain- tifnin this action, moved to have the service of the sum- mons and plaint already effected deemed go
11 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMEILCIAL INTELLIGiENCE. I t Dublin, Saturday Evening. Several important events, which may largely influence con mercial matters, have occurred this week. The'faill of Wilmington, the continued decline of the Confade. rate cause, the failure of Spooner'e bank for 1,000,000D. ha
13 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAGAZINES.

THE MAGAZINES.

TIHE MAGAZINE, S. Iatorsiu In Dublin" is ono of those graphic papers aon Irish actors for which the Dublin Univerf ifpyis celebrated. In the present asee "Rosclua" is Garrlek-who else could he be ? Davie ever entertained a lively recollec. lion of his two vielta to the theatrical
10 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPRING ASSIZES.

SPRING ASSIZES.

COUNTY ARM&Ga. (PFOMI OUR REPORTUR.) Allb[AGH, THeURSDAY-In the case of Patrick Col- line, indicted for having on the 13th July, 1864, die- charged a gun at one Matthew Wilson, with intent to mnurder him-he wae also indicted for a similar ?? against James Gilleepie-the jury were
10 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—YESTERDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS—YESTERDAY.

SqOUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY. (BoY TELEGRlAPHs.) Thbehouge met at five o'clock. P'UIBLIO SCHOOLS. The Eatl f Clarendon laid on the table a bill in ?? to the public management of public schools, lhicb was read a irst time. He stated that, in order o afford time for a full conaiderati
14 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1865.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1865.

Rll gnxmans lorao I DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MARCEI 8, L85.| TAE Irish farmer is hard at work. He has a great deal to do, and takes advantage of the fine weather to prepare the land for the seed. In England they complain of the severity of the season, and the unfitness of the ground fo
8 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE.

THE IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE.

TEE IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE. Tbe monthly meeting of this body was held last evening at the rooms, D'Olier-etreet. The chair was occupied by- Mr. JoSnN MARTIN, of Kilbroney. The Chrairman, in opening the proceediogs, said- It is become a custom with me when you pat me into the chair
8 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

LAW COURTS-YESTERDAY. COURT OF BANKRUPrrY AND INSOLVENCY. Judge Lynch sat in the courthousee, Strand-street, and disposed of ai number of cases ia insolvency. In re Ellene Foley-The insolvent in this case was postmistress in Fermoy, and kept a stationery shop there. A charge was
9 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

ElUt 13-rtm "ONFINEDEATION OR NOT." FROM THE TIMES.] ITfr decision of the ULper House of the Cans- I dian Parliament in favor of a Conf ederation has a definite and important bearing unon the Imrpe- I rial policy. It is only from the edisting circum- stances thlat it could be nec
9 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland