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THE ANGLO-FRENCH COMPLICATIONS.

THE ANGLO-FRENCH COMPLICATIONS.

,7TflHE A5LO-o IREN'C H" COTf- an ?? c. r.. 4 . . r i . I. ?? ?? . ' ' I 't -¢ x ?? &'.laVd 1AC i tElkaigMS7 D6biIM Curieia~r8 'iii'b 'i & Satizrdky epe- '-iey :dA ?? i -tbi64a of the Taid?6u'th 1ke' 4S a uia=xt~iU4 &rftlashil 6o*=ii, tv: Iifigpi 'ae, bt Iisieasle &i bbVar, raeoi
16 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LUNATIC ASYLUMS.

THE LUNATIC ASYLUMS.

THE LUNATIC ASYLUMS, The Thir j-second Annual Report on the Dis. trict, Criminal, and Private Lunatic Asylums in Ireland for the year 1882, has been published and I presented to both Houses of Parliament - On the 1st of January, 1883, there were 13,821 inmates under supervision i
16 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY.

LAW INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY.

I - LAW INTELLIGENC& O ~~~YSTEtRDAY. CHANCERY DIVISION. (Before the Master of the Rolls) SARass v. SAxszss.-Mr. William Anderson (it- structed by Mr. F P Tyddl, on behalf of Mr. Henry B Sayers, executor, moved for an order for the payment of £4303 4s 3d, the amount of a taxed bil
6 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

I MOINTARY INTEMLIGENO l DUBLIN MONEY MARKET Mi Dublin. Thursdat Evening. O * The diretors of the Bank of England separated 3S this morning without making any change in the 474 ofwicial discount rate, which consequently stands 11 k at 4 per cent the level to which it was raised o
6 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD LEITRIM AND TRINITY COLLEGE.

LORD LEITRIM AND TRINITY COLLEGE.

LIORD LFITRTM AND TRINITY COLLEG. TO TWE PDITOR 0F TF E FEEMAI[. 16111 July. SIR-I have read the article which appared in Monday'e issue of your jourral vritb reference to the diappute between the Earl of Leitrimn and the ?? of Trinity College, and beg to eubwit for your co2nside
20 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY PROGRESS.

PARLIAMENTARY PROGRESS.

I - - 10 i Ldonlis, Wednesdy R4 The change in public feei~g on the Suen canal, 'which I ventured to forecat in my last communi' . I cation, has come already, and at a much earlier r. data than even those thought wheeltoe moit sonis ry t6med to the fickleness of English opinion.
20 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIRE IN MARY-STREET.

THE FIRE IN MARY-STREET.

I ' THE FIRE IN ARY-STREET.- I The fire haa been complotely e ngishe ana although a line of hose wasctill laid down tho Bri- . gade has ceased to ply the building with water. be Our reporter made an iuspctio of the pre- r. 4a , yeste y mobuingx pr9ceeding fraught with k- some dif
20 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? C A ThOLIO NOTICES. OF QUM~tt P11OU LESSED LADY OF WlOiU6FTiAl'S'b.XIE. Ni'XT MONDAY, July 16th, Digtez,,eaol f shle 001iv---, Commemoration of * ?? ~1r Lay(I)oitot C noael, *" tiB be a Im1V ?? cuar Devotion mud PlenalryLa time ItlCfl ill the flhove-nane,il Church. M:h lIS' at
13 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STEAM TRAMWAYS FOR IRELAND— MR. GLADSTONE'S PROPOSALS.

STEAM TRAMWAYS FOR IRELAND— MR. GLADSTONE'S PROPOSALS.

STEAM TRAMWAYS FOR IREIAAND- MR. GLADSTONE'S PROPOSAM. D (& TO THE EDITOR OF TEE FREEMAH. t N Dublin, JuV 12. Sia-On Monthny night last Mr, Gladstone made B the agreeable announcement that he intenoded to a introduce a bill during the present session to pro- mote steam tramways i
13 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY.

POLICE INTEIGENCE-SARDA.-I NORTEIFRN D]VISION. (Before Mr. O'Donel.) ROBBERY.-A yonnt gril, well dressed, who gave her name as Georgini kerr, residing at St. Jamres's- place, North-strand, was brought up ir custody, cbarged with having on the previous evening, be. tweenr six and
9 July 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland