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THE SANITARY INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN.

THE SANITARY INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN.

THE SANITARY IWSTITUTJE OF GREAT I BRITAN. I .o - I . I l Yesterday afternoon the first meeting of the ?? lcal committee appcinted to arrange for the hold- l: I lug of the Sani:ry Congress and Exhibition in, ?? in tAur, 1c R& was hell i thU Colege Dbtli in October; ! O8t, was l~
20 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PARNELL NATIONAL TRIBUTE.

THE PARNELL NATIONAL TRIBUTE.

THEPAR ELL. NATIONAL I TTRIBUTE. Subseribers arerequested to see that their fab- sgriptions 'e duly ackuo ldged.- Already acknowledged and lodged in National Bank ?? . ?? 29,117 5 .9 Receivedyeaterday .. - 8 £2X,203 19 -9 B Walsh, Eaq, Lismore, county Wraterford ?? 25 0 0 Per E W
20 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLLGENCE. I i _ - - - ! GENERAL Captain Cotton, 29t1 Company Royal Engi- neers, has been ordered to hold himself In readi- I ness to embark for service ira India as soon sa. pasasage can be provided for him. |Capt3.inDickinson, Royal Engineers, has been ! ordered to
20 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THIS DAT CI1Hb1A Tot SMALL C~TJ Weely-rpry THIBDAN (Ted ,th November, I3 luheLots, ytes 15. 16, and I== CHARLES UB3hE ,0 (OffVa~aIR s i N05 OUNliATM vt.JH21~l'~ And No 2S 4ClJ Sm , : . -city etDaln.. nt ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~h JAMES ::e H. -NOR T ` 01 Auction Rooms. 110 GRArION STRE1tP ?? 2S
20 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

-PUBLIC NOTLOER. {47TIE T Y T H E A T R E. For Six Nights only. F larewefl Engagene it of MIgSS 'GENEVIEVE WARD. rfrior to her Tour of the World, accompinied by the prnclY: I members of her Coipany at the Jid Olympic Theatre, lJondon, including a Mr AI' ?? F.VIRNN , TI S TVEMiINO
26 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MR DAVITT AND THE LAND LEAGUE.

MR DAVITT AND THE LAND LEAGUE.

BIll DAVITT AND THE L&ND LEAGUE. TO THE r.DITOR OF TIME FEEMAN. Ballybrack, November 24. I Dx'AR SmP-Permit sue to correct a statement r.ppearing in the columnas of this day's ir2ieman . us haviung been made in a paper which vas read at the Young Ireland Society meeting last nign
26 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE "CONFIDENTIAL" CIRCULAR.

THE "CONFIDENTIAL" CIRCULAR.

THE " CON DENTIAL" CIR- CULAR. I PROTEST OF TEE CLERGY OF TAMu. The Presbytery, Tuam. At a cneeong of the priests of the Deanery of T1aa, his Grace the Archbishop presiding, it was resolved- ' -"That we, fthe Archbishop and priests of the Deanery of Tuat, in conference assembled,
7 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SURGEON WHEELER V. THE GOVERNMENT.

SURGEON WHEELER V. THE GOVERNMENT.

I SUGEON WHEELER V. THE i. GOVERNMENT. VERDICT FOR THE PLAINTIFF. Yesterday morning, at 11 o'clock, the Court of Common Pleas wmscrowded. with an audience who awaited. with curious interest the opening of the defence of the Esecutive to the claim of Surgeon Wheeler-the plaintirs
23 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION ANTD VARIETIES.

FASHION ANTD VARIETIES.

_ -- i THE, COURT. Windsor Castle, Thursday. The Queen driove out yesterdapy afternoon, accom- pan ed by Princess Beat ice and Princess Ilrne of |Hesse. Princess Louise (Iesrchioness of Lorne) arrived at the Castle last evening, attended by Lady Sephia Her wajesty went out this
23 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUMMARY OF NEWS.

SUMMARY OF NEWS.

I -SUMMARY OF NEWIS. i Professor Galbraith has ?? onm New York for home. The Trinitv College Historical Society holds its opening meeting for the session this evening. The " fillers" and sailors of several coal ships in the river struck work yesterday, seeking for an increase of
14 November 1883 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland