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GROCERS' ASSISTANTS' ASSOCIATION.

GROCERS' ASSISTANTS' ASSOCIATION.

I GROCERS' ASSISTANTS ASSOCIATION. I a - _;_1 ?? ?? . Ihe ordinary quarterly meeting of this ?? Was held at their rooms, 13 Eustace etreet, on the 2ad instant, the president, Mr. Hugh O'Donnell, in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting.having been read and confrmed, the secr
4 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

I FASUION AND VARiErrs.. Rii kxhccellencey the Lord Lieutenant, With ?? wodehoute and suits, paid a iengtrbaned Vilite to Oie Giasnoeijo Botnnto Gerdens on Tuesday, .Dr. Moore con. ?? them through the Coreorvatorlep, and pointed on suaut of tues printipal plants now to flower tht
26 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXECUTION OF MICHAEL LYNCH FOR THE MURDER OF HIS FATHER.

EXECUTION OF MICHAEL LYNCH FOR THE MURDER OF HIS FATHER.

EXECUTION 'OF MICHAEL LYNCH FO} THI M RDE OF HIS F&AMES l CO~x, Tr (FROM OUR REPORT3L) SS URI8s)AY-On this day Michael Lynch, the mnfortif ,t e young man who mnurdered his father at Drtum 'ff, near Bantry, an the 15th of August, and who 'Wu tried and convicted at the last easises
21 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

I Lkw; COURTS-YES3TJUDAY.; I COURT OF CHANCERY. Waddeil V. Af4Adarm-The petliloner In this case prayed to bav a certain will. bearing date January, 1864, set aside and cancelled. The petitioner Is the Rev. Hope Waddell, and the respondent, Mr. John G. M'Adam. The petition etated
21 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

| DiESTRUCTIVE FyIR - About half-past eight o'clock last night a fire of a moat formidable and destructive character broke out in the northern angle' of the front of the new stores of Messrs, MUDonnell and Company, wholesale druggists, Staftord-street. It having been generally kn
20 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TAXATION OF IRELAND.

THE TAXATION OF IRELAND.

THE TXATION 0P AEBLAND. (FRtioM OUR RiOutma.) LoJoow, THukti5.)-Tha committee reasen led ?? Dano, chairman; Sir Robert Peel, 1 'The O'Conor Don, Iord John Browne, Sir F. ieygat, r Sir Stafford NotthCote, Mr. Howe, -Mr. Longdehd, er. t Lowe, - .. . :p Mr. Chibolm, of the Treasury,
29 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

I LAW COURTS-YESTEaDAY. I 4 COURT OF CHANCERY. Bosprnie v. diucane -The arguments in this case having concluded, it how stands fjr judgment. ROLLS COURT. Kelet v. KRelett -This case camne before the oeurt on A petition to have the trusts of the will and codicil of bi. Kellett, de
29 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MERCANTILE SALES. Aucton of Sernl Tsmber 0r -BE SOLD BY AUCTION, T X, At tbe CUvTox HOUSS DOCKS, ,RNO-)tORRow (Tuesd*Y), the 18th Inetant. - aoo Plaese Kemal Timber, Cobsltng of tat and Ind Mad~diug ?? Timber. "le at One o'clock. JAFFRAY BARCROFT, Measurer odd 2reke1. etb April 1
17 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INVENTIONS AT THE EXHIBITION.

INVENTIONS AT THE EXHIBITION.

INVENTIONS AT THE EXUIBITION. l I . -. I__ TO THU Isorrion OF THIC FREEMAN. SIft-Seeing a paragraph in your paper of the 30th wrel Ult. With reference to an act passed for the protectioti of inventions and designs, foreign or otherwise, daring the coming Irish Internation Exhibit
11 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LINCOLN AND SEWARD.

LINCOLN AND SEWARD.

LINCOLN AND; SEWARD. Tso day ab melancholy interoest surrounds those namesa, Yeaterday, an it were, they were full oi active life, oomrl| mendsble pride, and buoyant ?? of tii ?? c1eedfl realization of i policy for which they have laboured zealously and ably for the past four yea
27 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland