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THE IRISH CHURCH QUESTION.

THE IRISH CHURCH QUESTION.

THE IRISH CHURCE QUESTION. I 1t'rom ?? Aanchesue, Gsardiss.) The debate raised in the House of Commons last week by Mr. Dillwyna motion respecting the lrish Church bide fair to rank In history ?? the most important of the present session. It stands adjourned to a distant day, and
5 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TAXATION OF IRELAND.

THE TAXATION OF IRELAND.

THE TAXLTION OF IRELAND. I - .- ?? kLOBE OUR nltrouTan.) LorioN, TUEBDAY.-ThO select committee on the taxation of Ireland assembled again yesterday. The chair was taken by Colonel DuNsa, And among the honourable members present weres- Sir Robert Peel, Sir Stafford Noitbcote, Sit
5 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOXROCK AND KINGSTOWN RAILWAY.

FOXROCK AND KINGSTOWN RAILWAY.

(vaobes OUR cbvORT3) LoNDoR, WEDbusieAY.-Th' eelect committee of the Houts of Lerds appoiated 'o consider the group of Dublin railway billa, resuomed their inquiry yesterday at 11 o'clock. There were ?? Earl of bevon, Chairman i the Duke of Marlbotoung, the Earl of Warwick, and
6 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1865.

DUBLIN: TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1865.

I lonaats (W~ffurnalo I DUBR TUESDA, APRIL 4, 1865. THE House of Commone, last night, paid a touching tribute to the memory of RICHARD CoBDuxN. Lord PALMERSTOq ia a pathetic ! speeeb, ?? to the loss the fluse and the country had sustained in his death, and the House shared in the
4 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION.

THE CORPORATION.

{ I. B C(lOlQItI'I'1ON, I IE _ 4% AA . ?? .. . I A A montlly restilg of the to)wnl Oetotsill wan hold yesterdy In the city fleU. A1lderman ATKXNaON, onoras flisne ftur tle ?? MSyor, ill thle 011air. Aldevimon-Tarpoy, I)ilAos* JlIeyIieli, I'llulkott And Caimp. bolL COlo ellliere-V
4 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

"l ilT F4IRST Sndanevw." Wte ?? privileged yesterday with a private view of a pictare by John Everett Mil- lais, R.A.-thefixet from the artt't's easel, we believe, ?? has ever be-en exla'oitad in lDeli'ast. The t picture will be exhibited on Monday next and follow. Iig days at M
7 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT-YESTE'DAY. ?? J. C. O'Doz\NEra, Esq., .MX., and EDWARD Oiiams, IEs. Ei.M.] Francis M'C0onrt was charged by John Evans with stealing a newspaper, his property. It appeared that the prisoner came up to Evans, who is a newsvender, snatched a paper out of his I h
7 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TENDERS FOR PRINTING COUNTY or MONAGHAN TO WIT.

TENDERS FOR PRINTING COUNTY or MONAGHAN TO WIT.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that lam readj to receive Tenders for Printing the usual Lists, Notices and Forms required by the Acts end 14th Victoria, Cap. 69, as also the and 28th Vic. Cap. 22, for this County, for One Year, in conformity with the conditions and specimens, to be see
7 April 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
REPORTED PLAGUE IN RUSSIA.

REPORTED PLAGUE IN RUSSIA.

The Bishop ot OXFORD asked whether the attention of the Go.ernnient had been direccted 10 reports the public journals in reference to plague iu Russia, which appeared to have made rapid propress across Asia, and waa threatening this kingdom. Earl GRANVILLE said the attention of
7 April 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE STATUTE AFFECTING 1 ’.ISH “ GENTLEMEN.”

THE STATUTE AFFECTING 1 ’.ISH “ GENTLEMEN.”

THE STATUTE AFFECTING ’.ISH GENTLEMEN.” The O'DONOGHUE moved the second reading of the Tories, Robbers, and Rapparees Bill, the object of which to repeal Act passed in the reign Queen Anne, whereby Irish “gentlemen" who levied black mr.T from their neigbbot"s and refused to work
7 April 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland