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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

| 'MONETARY AND Dublin, Tuesday Evening. The Fonds cosed in demand at a slight a&l- vance. India 5 ad 4 per Cent. Stock improved f and left off sellers. a Egyptian Bonds 1368, advanced 14, and the fhedive Bonds j. Portuguese fell 4. Russian Bonds, IS70, advanced J, and the issue
27 March 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST LONDON MONEY MARKET.

LATEST LONDON MONEY MARKET.

I I SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (From out own Correspondent) London, Tuesday Night The reducti= of taxation proposed last night by Mr. Lowe was fully known yesterday safternoond& After being dull during the greater part of the day, Consols rose at one bound as much as j, and they have not
27 March 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON GOSSIP.

LONDON GOSSIP.

I London, Sunday. How can there be news to4ay? Everybody in London is in bed enveloped in warm fannei and ismbibici hot gruel. The sneezing is universal and au prevents any oontinuoua 90lunt of yesterday's t race being given by any one individual, so that one only gathers here an
27 March 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

| LATEST NE WS9. (BY SPECIAL AND ORDINARY T'EL i' GRAPH,) SUDDEN DEATH OF DJEMIL rACHA. Vienna, Moaday. Djemil Pacha, returned from Odessa, when ?? Passue Station he was suddenly struck with apoplexy, and died immediately in the rail- way carriage. Luxemburg, Taesday. The news of
25 September 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

i MILITARY IBTELLIGENCE, I - Sp~ecially Reported.) A draft of 30 ?? officers and men, belonging to the depot of the let Battalion 13th (let Somieretehire), Prince Albert's Light dafantry, will leave the Royal Barracks, Dublin, by the coasting steamer, for corveyance to Ports- mou
25 September 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY.

THE ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY.

I I a& I - TO TUB EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN. SIR-However the commissioners now aboutto sit may deal with the Irish Constabulary, one thing is certain, the FREEMA1'S JOURKAL has given their cause great aid and full scope to put forth their complaints in every shape without fear of de
25 September 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GALWAY VINDICATION FUND.

THE GALWAY VINDICATION FUND.

TE GALWAY VINDIC&TION FUND. apI Already acknowledged ?? £2,523 15 4 Receivedyesterday aundE ?? 60 8 0 Total ?? 584 3 4 LoagedilnNation BaSJk ?? £2,565 2 0 XFSTRRDAY'S COITRIBUTIONS. rer very ev. Dr. Magec, P F, btadhaly ?? ?? £31 2 0 James C Carroll, Carrokeel, Lough. D Duggan. 2
22 June 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLAND AND AMERICA.

ENGLAND AND AMERICA.

ENGLAND AND AML[CA&. The Daily Noews' correspondent at Geneva writes on Thursday :-If all that I hear be true it would appear that at yesterday's meeting of the Assembly, Count Solopis, in the name of his - colleagues, made the following announcement IThe tribunal of arbitration,
22 June 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MURDER OF MRS. WATSON.

THE MURDER OF MRS. WATSON.

THE MURDER OF MRS. WATSON, A moat extraordinary document has just come to light. " Dead: a Contemplatio," written Ut Horaemonger Jail by the Rev. Mr. Watson, while awaitig trial for the murder of his wife, has been forwarded to the newspaperl by Mr. Frazer, his solicitor. The doo
22 June 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PULVERMACHER'S MEDICO-ELECTRICAL INVENTIONS.

PULVERMACHER'S MEDICO-ELECTRICAL INVENTIONS.

PULIVERMACHER'S MEDICO*ELECTRICAL | INVENTIONS. l . , The scientific or artificial means of producing electricity have hitherto unfortunately been of a much more complex nature than the production of caloric in the ordinary familiar manner. It is now well known that the generatio
20 April 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland