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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

THE CESAREWITCH AND THE MIDDLE'; London, October 10. Foul weather has beset tarfites at most of the npany meetings held during the past week, and care- i ful mep "are preparing to meet the worst on New- market's broad heath, the second October s-eunion of the season commencing o
12 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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SITUAT[ONS VACANT. Zetters to be Pre-pat4. The Ladies and Servants' Waiting Rooms are open from 11 to 430 each day, except Saturday, when they are closed at S o'dl6ec Thoaefoors areprovidedfertheconvenience of ladies requiring servants, and of servants seeking situations, who wil
12 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.

DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.

DAMAGES POR BREACH OP PROM!. -(From ths ?? :-AMY The question of %arnaes for bch of prombs Qf, arriazge maybe regarded from three different poin0t of feewi Tb mag b e u i uon theman or as ?? ifrtdeI t6 th* *OtoBZ, and this compensation may be qonsidered either s sola to bad wound
7 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

- I DUBLIN MONEY MARKET. Dublin, Thursday Evening. The anticipated tightening of the Bank rate has! taken place with a rise of 1 per cent. for the present, and there is a probability that in a week or two more a further movement apward will rule. A small panic 4pon the London "
16 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FAS.ITON AND rIrTBTX.VS. I UARRIAGE OF MR. MURRAY GLADlSTONEf. The marriage of Mr Murray Gladstone, onesin to the late Premier, with the Hon Emily Wynn second daughter of Lord Newborough, was celebrated at l'eartenmavwr Church on Tuesday. The officiating clergy were the Bishop of
1 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

PIUS BYINT±tiIEN E. ' :(Frmn our'Correspondent.) Diablin, Wednesday, .reftdier Guards-Four companies of the Srd bat- lhon, under te command of Captain and.Lieutenantt :06neld ?? W. H. P. Carrington, arr ved iA the King's-bridge Terminus, this (Wednesday) Dvaning, from the Curragh
1 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RECENT ACCIDENT AT ST. MARY'SPLACE SCHOOLS.

THE RECENT ACCIDENT AT ST. MARY'SPLACE SCHOOLS.

THE RECENT ACCIDEN;T AT ST. MA.RY'S- | - I PLACE SCHOOLS. Yesterday, at half-past 12 o'clock, Dr. Win. White, one of the city coroners, held an inquest in JOrvis- street hospital upon the body of Henry Fagan, nine years, vhiis- was injured in the accident at the St. Mary's-place
28 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

AUCTIONTS.- ConinatonofSALYET-HIS D~ BURKE'S GREAT ~ROOMS,- 14 UPPER SACKVILLE-STREET. Important to the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, ?? Furnishing, Hotel Keepers, aidf Others. Extensive and highly attractive Sale (nconsequence of a d~issalution pf Partnership), Of a larp and valiuab
28 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KEVIN STREET BUTTER MARKET.

KEVIN STREET BUTTER MARKET.

?? ET RU9¶'X UAItKVl. Duls ?? you In4ly alow me, on bebh1t !f the Proilsion DesleW ASoe0itiou to .1yor a feW remarks upon the MaU 1to whleh bmhaess is maa nsgeo in tho abvo mark4$ In A#;pist laet, cut of te elenvn firs engeged in it, In the butter business !ieven, at i ?? butter
30 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN SHEARS AND LA LIBERTIE.

JOHN SHEARS AND LA LIBERTIE.

, 5O THE EDITOR 405 TAR PREMASi. 36 Rue Constantinople, Paris. DAiR SiN-I have made it a duty- to correct errors or misstatements in the French Press relative to my country Or my countrymen, living or dead, and this will, I hope, plead my excuse for the p resent intrusion on you
30 October 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland