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READY-MADE CLOTHING. OVERCOATS FROM 15S. AD. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITS kRoM 6P. D. WEST OF ENGLAND, GERMAN, FRENCH, IRISH, ANP SCOTCH GOODS ONLY, M1 A N U F A C T U R E D T 0 0 R 'D E R, WITH CUT AND FIT UNRItVtstED. PRENDERGAST, MAC CABE, AND- CO., 36 MARY-STREET, DUBLIN. 17830 WI
5 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MATER MISERICORDIÆ HOSPITAL.

MATER MISERICORDIÆ HOSPITAL.

1, 3UTER -XMISERICOR DL HOSPITAL. I a-- Wets ochere is not a For its size- in the *ide universe snere noble a curative institution as this. Though still un' finished, it is a magnificent hospital, reflecting ?? on the benevolence and charity of the people of Dub- lin and conferri
5 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAFITTE CASE.

THE LAFITTE CASE.

LAFITTE V. THE LAFITTE COMPANY (LIMITED). (By Freeman Special Wire.) London, Friday. The hearing of this suit was resumed this morning before Vice-Chancellor Bacon. Mr. Holt continued his arguments in support of a, reduction of damages claimed by M. Lafitte. The learned counsel,
5 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

r. p-§ IS, 2IA ! -RBIc.- E GS, AIN-D DEATH IS ?? ?? ?? . s. ?? * z'e ,!.6,rtw I)a5 (ill ?? tnriret be autherr- * . :.rgature. and address of the se nclr tnuthout i..y C ,r In t1! case oe insrrted. Lr'7RTHS.| r ?? ASS-NQ~vemL'.:Tr 27, at Geor3e's0street, flunganiron, cr orr. John
2 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

F UNERAL REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPION. WALLER (CHASIPION'S Successor), 49 and 60 DEN- ZILLE-STREET, lerrion-square. 12680 £IERTY AND RORKE, UNDERTAKERS, BAGGOT. 'XS1rREET, supply Funerals in a most respectable man- ner, and on very reasonable terms, having all the appoint- ment
7 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIMES ON THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE TIMES ON THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

T'-iE IASTIES ON THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. The Ti'aes says the only important question is ti.veher, in the world at large, as represented in the r3 ?? - eourse of events, light or darkness, science or au.h ?? freedom or sacerdlotalism, is gaining the ?? On this point, of course, it is
3 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN INTELLIGENCE.

Kingstown, Monday Xight. DENSE FoG.-The prevalence of an unusually heavy fog in the Channel this evening prevented the mail boat entering the harbour for a considerable period beyond her time, during which her Majesty's ship Vanguard discharged severel guns to warn the steamer o
1 December 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

YESTERDAY morning, at eleven o'clock, J. H. 3OwNrAY, Eeq., Q.C., took his scat in the Recorder's Court, Mnnicipal Buildings, and resumed the CIVIL BUSINESS. BLACEI & SON ?? M'KINSTRY. This wasi a process brought by blesers. Walter Blachie & Robert Blackis, both of Glasgow, book
5 December 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WIFE BEATING FROM THE HUSBAND'S POINT OF VIEW.

WIFE BEATING FROM THE HUSBAND'S POINT OF VIEW.

WIFE B7EATING FROM THE HUSBAND'S POINT OF VIEW. "A A SCOTTIrs Ebiarovare" write2 to the Tihes:- B4fore ztatesmen are aked to empo wer ?? t,) ?? the lash for wife beating, it would be wdll to lock at both aides 6! the question. Toe truth is that the woman is often more to blame th
5 December 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

[oPECIAL & ORDINARY TELEGRAM.] 2 F'RANOfl-MESSAGE FROM MAPRSiTXL l Vrnsaoroters, Tnrup-DAY.-Tho following ?? 1V . from Mairsahl &tacIalhon was read to heo deputi- aa in to day's aittiag of the National Assarbly:- ' b " Gentlornen-Upou your return to your Is0OUr it is the duty of
4 December 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland