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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

FUNERAL OF SIR J. K. JAMES, BIART. Theremaina of this mnuch-esteeraed and vezerablegen. tleman were intierredyesterday morning in thet~aily vault, Mount Jerome, in tbe presence of a large as semblage of gentlemen who bad known the deceased baronet through a great portion of his l
4 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IMBROGL'O IN THE EAST.

THE IMBROGL'O IN THE EAST.

I q THE; 11.BROGLO IN THE EAST. (From tht: Saturday Revw.) While both the ?? may claim to havel se- cured some advantages in the controversy, the me- diatoas have perhaps suffered a ceatain loss of dig- nity. There was a time when five Great Powers dispensing for the most part wi
9 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PROTESTING STATE BISHOPS.

THE PROTESTING STATE BISHOPS.

TmE rROTE.TtG SSAft BISHOPV. (From fla .'imcs Of Yeaterday,) The Itrih bishops meeg: =d make public complaiat that they have no authority ho aegociats in UebAf of their ahurhb, sd announce Op -he world that tey nust and will protest against thehanrges in prospec*, and riset them
9 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW COURTS—SATURDAY.

LAW COURTS—SATURDAY.

I LAW COURTS-SATURDAY. I COURT OF CHANCERY. J-frenc& v. Pffmnch, a Minor.-The Hon Elealaor Maria Ffrench, the minor in this mater, was sought to be made a ward of court When the cae was called, Mr. Walahe, QC., ?? lord, we ask you to allow this matter to t-and for 10 days, as we
22 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

STOCK AN)D SJHAR MARKET. ?? ?? - - F Dublin, Tuesday Evening. There is little or no alteration in the value of the Fands to-day. Consuls realised 923 for money, and New 8 per Cent Stock 924 for trandser, and 924 for account, buyers. India 4 per Coant. Sck is lower, at 1013. Bank
24 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—YESTERDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS—YESTERDAY.

O LD- uOUSE ,OF LrOeRtDSr-YESTEDAY.I ?? SPHECIAL AND ORtDINARY TZLEGBAPa) Their lordships met at five v6clock, The Due ?? Argyll gave notice that he would rng forward his r aaure for the extension an-3 im. provement of education in Scotland on Thursday in. stead of Friday. !4EASU
24 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION.

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION.

I -- THE NATN1AL ASSOCIATION. - Teweeklyrm"eetiug af the comttzf the above body wAS beli Yemteld ut the- offid 58 Middle Abbey-treet, Alderman MAOSNEY, J.P., in the chair. - The Secretary read several commu ications from the country, including a latter from hu lordship the Bishop
24 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

THE PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

TIEE PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCI& ' TIO)N. TO THE EDITO 0F TRE PREE.MAN. SIP-I feel very gratefisa fur the kindness with wh ch you ?? iz,&erted mv ia-t lette, a-od if R Ou will exteno it to this also I kshi il not intr-:e n- resonably on your space. Tisis day the ?? rotese taut Def
5 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN ASYLUM FOR DRUNKARDS.

AN ASYLUM FOR DRUNKARDS.

AN ASYLTUhMj FOR DRUNKA-RDS. A v- - lonwr :_ at- ~1 At Binghamton, in the state of Naw York, there is an asylum for drunkards. A correspondent of the Necw Yerk 'orld, who has been visiting the institu- tion, writes :-" The library is an important feature of the establishment. A l
5 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION IN THE YEAR 1868.

EMIGRATION IN THE YEAR 1868.

s p" . ,k -- . . .. . . Tbe number of emigrants who left the ports of the United Kingdom at which Government agents are stationed in the year 1868 was 192,344 ; frjo other ports, 3,977. Of these 196,321 emigrants, 58,268 were English, 14,954 Scotch, 64,961 Irish, and 51,956 fore
5 February 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland