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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

Y1UNETARY AND COMM1ERCIA. -I Dublin, WVeduesday Evening. Tbe Funds vwere a shade lower, closing sellers at 'he final quotatiou. PlUSsiau B~onds fell 1, Spanish 1-10, and. United 1ites, 1S65, brought the previous rate, seller& Ba1k shares were in good demand. Bank Stock idvanced a
23 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GROWTH OF GLASGOW.

THE GROWTH OF GLASGOW.

THE GROWTE OF GLASGOW. Glasgow ranks next to London in population wealth, and importance. The ceaseless energy of the people has won splendid triumphs over natural disadvantage, geographical position, and the tre- mendous rivalry of the great English towns. Not cn]y has Glasgow r
23 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

. FINGSTOWN INTELLIGENTOE. | I POLICE CouRT.-Mr. Barry preeided yesterday and disposed of the. ?? Byrne charged a car-driver with furious driving on the Rock-road. The magistrate said he would not depart from the rule he had laid down of condeflan- ing partles found guilty of fur
22 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1872.

DUBLIN: TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1872.

l-'ativrial. I ?? , DUBLIN TUESDAY, MAY 2S. 1SM MR. Jusricz KnoGa has pron=inced i judgment in the Galway case in a speech frya the Judicial Bench which will rank ?? the most extraordinary performances of the kind which has ever been planed before tie public. Captain NOLAN has be
28 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURDER OF A LADY IN RATHGAR LAST NIGHT.

MURDER OF A LADY IN RATHGAR LAST NIGHT.

MURDER OF A LADY IN RATHIGAH LAST NIGHT. It is our painful duty to record the occurrence in Dublin last night of what appears to have been one of the most deliberate murders ever committed. The unhappy victim of this outrage was Mrs. Neill, the wife of Mr. )aniel Neill, a gentlem
28 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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IRISH PERMISSIVE BILL ASSOCIATION.

IRISH PERMISSIVE BILL ASSOCIATION.

IRISH PERMISSIVE BILL ASSO- I JCIATIOMN, The annual public meeting of this body was held last evening at the Antient Concert Rooms. There was a very crowded and enthusiastic attendance, including a large number of ladies. The chair was taken at helf-past seven o'clock by Mr. JoxN
2 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1872.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1872.

I - iv, - *-i ?? t.-. . . . ?? DU lFN - FRIDAY. MAY 31. 18712. ?? ?? A- AA.AAA..>tt t ttt i.x ?? am1,1-1- HEMAiRKABLE itn itstlf as was the uo v ce eirjaiotapseh delivered by Mr. Justice KEOGH at Gaiway, it is still more re;iiarkaole in tbe ontiirnk tit rabid big' try ?? it imis
31 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION OF 1872.

THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION OF 1872.

I TtE DUBLIN EXHI8ITIOV o0 1879. ! ?? - o_ I The committees have now onlyfive dleav working days at their disposal for the performance of a great dal of Labour, and for making all the neces- sary arrangements for the opening ceremonial oa Wednesday next, at one o'clock. W We paid
31 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

I SPECIAL TELEGRAMS; I 4 O FROc OU1R OWe OdRAESPONDENTS.) LONDON CORRESPONDENCE London, Thursday. A meeting of delegates from corporate bodies was held to.day at the Westminster Palace Hotel to inaugurate a movement for the reduction of local taxation. Mr. Robert Chamberlain, May
31 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

I 6PEC1AL TELEGRA.MS. ?? OUR OWN CORBESPOXDETTS.) e- LONDON CORRESPONDENCE It . London, Friday Night. it The King of the Belgians visited Christ's Hos- n pital to-day, and afterwards the Middle Class e Schools, Fbsbury. His Majesty afterwards [- lunched at the Mansion House with
18 May 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland