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THE O'DONOGHUE, M.P., ON THE LAND QUESTION.

THE O'DONOGHUE, M.P., ON THE LAND QUESTION.

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11 March 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON GOSSIP.

LONDON GOSSIP.

I I I . I (From the Lady Correspondent of the .renhig E 2'clegrMplh.)| London, Tuesday Evening. We are tired of the Congress, now that it becomes pretty certain that it will lead to nothing-neither to peace or war-and it is i supposed to be well nigh concluded, we find it imposs
4 July 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

* (By Freeman Special Wire aind Ordinary Telegraph.),ir ] UOUSE OF COMMONS-YESTERDAY. The SPEAKEn was in attendance shortly after , 12 o'clock, but a house was not made until five ,oinutes, to one. ICHURC H RATES (SCOTCH) BILL. mr. AIVLAREN moved that the second order of the day-
4 July 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE METHODISTS IN IRELAND.

THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE METHODISTS IN IRELAND.

The preparatory committee met ab ten o'clock yesterday in one of the committee rooms of the Centenary Church, Stephen's-green. The Rev. JameB Tobias (delegate), Chaplain Dublin Gar. rison, presided, and all the members were present with the exception of Rev. E. Harte, of the Por
19 June 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTETbIGI larCE. I THEC OI1LE9 SPOU~TS, -r in Second days in Trinity's Prk ih the yearly, carnival of game are almost identical i4. their 3, similarity to the inaugural ones, and this time the th rule was established by its obsti-vance rat~her than tb by its breach. Yest
19 June 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROBBERY FROM THE GENERAL POST OFFICE.

THE ROBBERY FROM THE GENERAL POST OFFICE.

THE ROBBERY .FRO~I THE. GENERAL POST OFFICE. I . - .1 _ . .. -, .1of. Yesterdaay afternoon, in the Northern Divisional Police Court, i Mr. J. W. O'Donnell presiding, David Doran, go6 Fitzwiilliama-street, 1irgaend, a boy sorter in the General Post Office, wan put for. ward on rem
9 October 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: MONDAY. APRIL 1, 1878.

DUBLIN: MONDAY. APRIL 1, 1878.

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1 April 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLAND AND RUSSIA.

ENGLAND AND RUSSIA.

I (nnUTZR'S TnLEORAM) St. Petersburg, Saturday. The JoTSnal de St. Petersbourg of to-day publishes an article upon the relations be- tween Russia and England, to which a semi- official character is attributed. It attaches great importance to the resignation of Lord Derby, but th
1 April 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

AUCTIONS., THIS DAY (Friday), 8TE NOVEMBER. lNRESERVED ,SALE OF WHISKEY . and Other Bonded Goods, In Crooke's Public SaleroomH, 10 LOWER OllQ1OlD-QUAY. JLICENSED HOtVSE, CITY OF DUBLIN, No o3 CHURCH-STREET. . P3J HSLY, Esq, Solicitor, 4 .Mounut oy-square, South. ALSO £1,000 POLIC
8 November 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACCIDENT ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.

ACCIDENT ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.

I ACCIDRI' ON TiE. MIDLAND RAItLWAY. ,- - -- . W A . a1 accident occurred on the Midland Great Western Railway -yesterday morning, whicb, although in itself of a trifling nature, prevented traffic of any kind being conducted for nearly three hours. A goods train which left Dublin
6 September 1878 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland