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THE FAMINE IN INDIA.

THE FAMINE IN INDIA.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FBEMAlr. Saturday, 25th Auguse, Sri-In your issue of yesterday a letter ?? "Map" suggests that a general collcction be made through Ireland, and that the clergy should instrict their flocks as to the position of India and the ter. rible effects of the famint
27 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CAMPAIGN IN ASIA.

THE CAMPAIGN IN ASIA.

* ?? GREAT VICTORY CLAIMED BY MOUKHTAR PASHA. 4,000 RUSSIANS KILLED, WOUNDED AND PRISONERS. Erzeroum. Saturday Morning. Yesterday at noon the Russians advanced from Kiziltepe ?? Kerech Deri and Vizir Koy. The Turkish commander sent suffi-. cient force to encounter them, and an e
27 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL HORSE SHOW.

THE NATIONAL HORSE SHOW.

wfei tL 1 iiF ?? - 1 7 A Most interesting of all the festival days of "the worship of the beast" is the annual muster of steeds in Kildare-street, and interesting beyond most of its fellows is the show whose doors were Ah-Wopea. yesterday.6 N ?? ?? and atmospherically, it may be
22 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

I ?? ; _ 1 I , ?? I, i,,. ?? , There were thi8 mornlig, of drunkenne3as~riviaa none of which were ofandM, 1lt neryeifines, varying fro s.dto£,wex- posed AjII~fl EXORBIPAT for having. dema~nded more than Liis legal Wae ?? L "Iad at Westliqnd-row, on the 10th insl~. Wliam. Hutchins
22 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PUBLIC -A-MUSEMET OY *A L D R AWING ROM Adjoiniug the Thentre.,goyal (E trauce through the ?? LAST WENK:BUT 'ONE tWO PERFORMANCES DAILY DUlG TIS . WEEK ONLt I THIS (Wednesday) AFTERN4ON at Three. THIS EVENING, at-Eight. Popular Pricesi For the AST NIGHTS of hI . B U A T I E R . I
22 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE SAFETY OF STEAM BOILERS.

THE SAFETY OF STEAM BOILERS.

i~I THErfBATETY,'OF S'ABOIBERS. I l The Bel~asfoil .siitir W i (cribing the naew invention. known .as 9 Rovn'!i ?? Boiler- i alety1e WidABy:4" The obfecfof bhjiejA~tyf& . is to render boiler ?? well nigh im posses,' Y and if we may j1 byor expericncc of thei a Xt0I ,Coll 4rOdr;'
22 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

I KINGSTOWN AND BRAY SNTELtj. I . GENOE. Thursday. PouIca CoDURt.-Mr. C. T. O'Donel preoide& Five youths, the oldest of whom did'not ppeqa a more than 13 years of age, and named Jamea h Sandays, Simon"Oostello,. Thomas Byrne, Jaimek t Ranson, and Thomas Hurley, were put forward,
24 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIJJS, JlARBRIAGIS, AND DEATES. To insutre t neertien ,{nneuneemenfs Insect be arothen- alcated by the namne and address of the sender, without whtich they can in no case be inserted. BIRTHS. BELL-Aug. 2E, at Stillorgan Park, Blackrrock, county Dublin, the wife of WV. A. Bell of
28 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BR TH, MA.RRI.AGE3, AND DEATHS B IR T l S. BRETT-August 23, at 4, Honntpottinger, Belfast, the wife of George Brett, of a daughter. CLELAN D-!ugust 24, at 57. Balmoral Terrace, Great Victoria Street, Belfast, the wife of WVilliam W. Clel'nd, of a daughter, stillborn. .ICEITON-Aug
25 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FORGERY FOR £20,000.

FORGERY FOR £20,000.

RUDOLPH HENRY HUETTINGS, a young German, was, on Thursday morning, charged at the Mansion House, London, with forging a promissory note for 200,000 rupees (about £20,000), with intent to de- fraud Messrs. Rushton Brothers, East India mer- chants. The prisoner formerly carried on
25 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland