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LORD PORTARLINGTON'S PROPHECY.

LORD PORTARLINGTON'S PROPHECY.

LORD PORTARLINGTOIS' PB On the 17th of August, in a eeaan Ad - -. ?? ~* Sullor et l and in the midst of an mlaaleg down usualcld Lord Portarlington wrote a letter to ta C t4 orofr in which, assatning the character of `a weather propb he gave utterance to a predlction tearkarb pro
10 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

IMPIEPTlO REMMIES pt "gntre pute JU ?? fr asch and set ?? dinst ?? from va CmE fcalsl06 1aof Unbwort LIDGA ERICO., LMIS. S9, Henry.sri Dabli. RAILWAYS. .r-%UBLIN, WICKLOW, AND WEXFO1i jJ ~~~RAJILWAY. CHEAP EXCURSION I To tbe VALE OF OVOC4, DEMESNE OF BALLYARTHUR, SHILTON ABBrY, M
11 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

I - THE EDUCATION QUESTIOX. -I (from Yesterday's Timea.) The speneh which Lord Wodehouse delivered on the occasion df the annual meeting of the Qaeae's Univer- elty is in ovetreasact of corsiderable Importance, as it sketched out more clearly than has hitherto been done the inten
17 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF ADMIRALTY—YESTERDAY.

COURT OF ADMIRALTY—YESTERDAY.

COURT OF ADVIR&LrY-YESTDAr. - -a I (Before Judge Kelly.) T'he CaoMbra, of Chester, Stcamer -The saean's Proctor, on bebalf of the London and North Western Railway, moved on notice to give bail for the appear- ance Of this vessel [n a cause of collision, which had been instituted
17 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A LONDON GIN PALACE.

A LONDON GIN PALACE.

Passengers by the South Western Railway are faamt. liar with the bridge spanning a populous thoroughfare a few hundred yarde out ot Waterloo station. Whon, as it is not unfrequently the case, a train is temporarily detained on this bridge, a glance into the road below shows the
17 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

!i ?? - I, A7, . i ' I II ' . 'ASAWQ ,-N VARIFET&: ,. . ., , 1 1 ,. i , * . - I ' 1: I: TerAI1tVAL- 6? THRC Wltitl LtlFAJEtqh1IT. Viai Eceiteveles Citf, Lorb Y1teatoerxae wyfL~ dA V0 Wo- D3 1 iri~ veda gIA~ aatiow~ 'NOD odn ~ ?? 1 iR1 Ty.poe4,dy riRFRt~ vi~lisocdirow teiin~luefrn
7 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACTIONS AGAINST THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND THE UNDER SECRETARY.

ACTIONS AGAINST THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND THE UNDER SECRETARY.

ACTIONS AGAINST THE LORD LIEUTENAxr I AND THE UNDER ECRETArr.Bl Actions, similar to that against Mr. Strong., have been taken against the Lord Lieutenant and Sir Thomas Larcom, by Mr. Thomas Clarke Luby, one of the Fenirs prisoners. The write, which are signed by Mr. Batt, Q C, a
31 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STREETS—THE SCAVENGERS.

THE STREETS—THE SCAVENGERS.

THE 8TREETS...T¶E SC&VZNgU ' I To THEc EDwtog v ?? . Ig DMAU Slv-u-Wonld you kinldly lot me kn'ow. if It be |a fr6t that "e the proper atbthortie have e scavengers, whom we used,,some tims sinc obsasye here and thero through the clty in flne weather? If that body bave been cacilt
31 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN.

THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN.

I' THE ARCRBISHR P OF DUBLIN. .. i 0. . . . (1trorn as Wetkry Regis,). Although the wicked mnlian Conspiracy has burge before it could do much mischief, a blessing for wtich we owe no thanks to Mr. Secretary Seward, the abla, and eloquent letter of the Arghhlehop of Dahlia to his
31 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE O'CONNELL MONUMENT.

THE O'CONNELL MONUMENT.

(From the Londonderry Journal.) It ir a melancholy fate which seemingly renders it mpcseiblo for Irishmen to do anything of a publio na- ture harmoniously. This is not the first occaelon on vhich the fatality has been presented to our mind ; and juet now the same reflection is s
31 October 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland