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THE DECLINE AND DECAY OF IRELAND.

THE DECLINE AND DECAY OF IRELAND.

THE DECLINEAND DECAY.O IRE.LAND| H~~I I a TO THP F.flITOR OF THP FREEMAN. 'I-ghi-stroet, 27th March, 'Ii4. Sil-If the allegation which is sV frequently l made that Ireland is progressing and prospering tl in every way ouldbe proved, I do not beli~eveO that the Government of peopl
3 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EASTER VESTRIES.

THE EASTER VESTRIES.

nT SA~ StB.VESTRIE e Yesterday being Easter MondaY, the annual veitrieS e were held in most of the Protestant ohurches of the acity. - ,W. amx* t ?? >- ?? ?? - te 'a . Thejrov a. D. 0,gec o p The Ohairidan' hwas th, e by he ?? . td-proso oh hie boihalf, wdored Mayne, f Mar- It wa
7 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

92 -RA 'tON.TRIEtEf : OurI t e Zoopxs a,& rw ?eplete with -ever Novelty,' Mid t ,he #6h ?? We will-pifsantab that oant pricef man St.Yles will beafftvourble comparison wit Sanpy of the West End TT(GfT flTTIQC .8EALf JACMMS. As there is a ofettsty 1f tchls being tlhi prevailing sh
24 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME TELEGRAMS.

HOME TELEGRAMS.

ROME TELEGRAMS. 1. ?? .~ _ _, _I THEI LAND ACf.. SPECIAL Gt=iRAY. (From bur porrespondent.) .aS e'gge' ?? "Ennis, Monday. 'The Chlsirman was to six in hearing an irmpoltant' land cse in whic r. Joseph Dexter? a s4agistratf of the county, is claimant, and Mr. George Sampbon, Clerk
14 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.

RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.

RE-ASSEMBLIXG OF PARLA- I MENT. (By Frehean Wire and Ori(Nasy T&raph). HOUSE OF COMMONS-YESTERDAY. The house re-aslembled to-day, after the Easter ho. ijilays.z The SPEAKER took the chair at four o'clock. NEW MEMBERS. . A Mr. Finch, Mr. Cowper, Mr. Cole, Mr. O'Reilly, and ;Mr. po
14 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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PRIZE DISTRIBUTION AT EDWARDS' DIORAMA.

PRIZE DISTRIBUTION AT EDWARDS' DIORAMA.

PRIZE DISTRIBUTION AT EDWVARDS' DIORAMA. . . I . ?? .. , -, . ?? . Last night the usual crowded and enthusiastic audience witnessed this favourite exhibition. The spirited proprietor, who has so successfully catered so long for the Dublin public, has added another attrac. tiort t
1 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN MNTEGLLtENCE. Xiangstow, Tuesday. MGRTzN OF Tn CQomSissNr B.-A special meet. ingof the Kingstown Township Commissioners was held to-day at Harrymount, J. J. Crosthwaite occupied the chair. The- other members present were-W. Fitzgerald, J.1J. Brazil, J. Conroy, Michael O
1 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1874.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1874.

Sohe <fttemd.0 3ilA.- ?? v . .i X w N X s Dh jBLIN YWflEBDAY, APRIL i9,! 1874.1 - . ii- .1 . .. i 4"~, ?? N ,,A ?? N%k~x> An vi'einiig '`itioiV ofW , bthe' !ffid'c .Tbuvfal'.is ?? dail~f, hii tkime fir. pest, containing ,al1. the, 1 1.t.tome ?? id: foreigik TceU~grame,- a soo isi
29 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS

LATEST NEWS

I in (BY SPEVAL A"D ORDrNARY TrEL GRAPR.) LONDON CORMESPONDENCE. Le London, Tuesday Night. As I ann6usieed on Monday, the Chief Secretary fo | Ireland has a -ranged to receive a deputation, on Fri. day next, of Irish members of Parliament and other , gentlemen interested in the
29 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

' DUBLIN MONEY MARKET. Dublin, Wednesday Evening. . There vas a good demand for money to-day, and the full Bank rate ruled in all advances. Console made no' move from 914 3. Three per Cents. were fractionally better, at 904 for money, and unchanged at 900 ; for account. India 5 p
30 April 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland