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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

THE }ARKETS. kr DUBLIN MjARxETS-jcEy g Tuesdav's Prices obtained with difficulty for Irish wheat, said barley 3d. to d. lower Oats weaker. e wheat dull, but unaltered in value. Maize neglected. k Flour inactive. .o 396- -White wheat, home grown, 2s. 0d to 20 8g!, ir 406a tore pes
September 3, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST TELEGRAMS.

LATEST TELEGRAMS.

s LMT :TLEGRAS. i ,l , a. I ONOTHER BATTLE-TERRIBLE CAR- | N&~ITGE !, SPRCIAL TELRGRlA~t (From our Correspondent) Brussel, Wednesday Evening, The I-adepenrenca Belge publishes the following telegram from Florenville to-day Marshal MfacMahon encamped yesterday on the hights of Vau
September 1, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Z - - - G__ j TURF TOPICS. BY SPECIAL TELEGRAM. Lonadoas Wedesday ight. With no less than five meetings going on to-day it is no wonder that none were very successful, and but little light has been thrown on future events. Kingeraft is not quite so steady for the Leger, but good
September 1, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW FIREARMS.

THE NEW FIREARMS.

THE YEW FIREA-RMS. I ?? L- - I - .. Since the Belgian gun-maker, MAontigny, brought out his improvement on the French Mitrailleur, the Imperial artillerists have thought proper to change the gender of this formidable weapon, so that in France it is now called the Mitrailleuse, an
September 1, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DANES AND THE WAR.

THE DANES AND THE WAR.

I . I ?? r t . -_1 1 ' . I The following is from a Copenhagan letter of the 24th ult. published in the DailyNewe :-Whilst the educated part of the Danish nation is stillkept in a state of feverish excitement at the continuous and uninterrupted success of the German armies in Fra
September 5, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

I , . : - aDUBLIN MARKETS-SATUaDJ. inae B~eef . oX e ~ 5lb., i2V(es. vlilsa hat - oit). ?? Xk' I to s er LoS6 Late lOd. to l 2d. ' Wholeeoea.L la 8d ?? e Mutto ?? tto ?? S3& 5d pcrp raa _ ld t ?? lb. pass the Veal (oint) rd. t, Is. per'GeeeFis. 6d, each ard Bacon, 7113 to Is. pe
September 5, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN VIEW OF THE WAR.

AMERICAN VIEW OF THE WAR.

The newspublished to-dayrenders it evideuttlit terrible fighting is going on around Metz, butit cannot be ascertained that either side has gained a decided success. An official despatch, dated sMetz, Augaust 7,3 p.m.." state that a serious engagement toik place on Tuesday in the
September 6, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. 5sf, of 1irths. Marriages, and DeathO cannot co etre4 unless the partim endn&g them are kctoen at our office, or tht the akset7uncmfenti xr at ntticabtd s, 3L'tie of our agontrs. B I R"T iS. c' ?? 10, at Tempois the w ife of Adlam Clarke, c BCS t., ci
September 2, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MacMAHON'S DEFEAT.

MacMAHON'S DEFEAT.

I MAcMAIION'S DEFEAT. FURTHER PARTICULARS. LoyeoI, WEDNESDAY NWiua. According to telegrams received in London to night, the village of Carigamn was destroyed during the battle of yesterday. TEE EMPEROR AT THE SCENE OF. CONFLICT. The Emperor is said to hane been present during me]
September 2, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, IRELAND, 1870.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, IRELAND, 1870.

AGRIOULTURAL STATiSTICS, IRELAND, 1870. TuE following is forn the annual return of the Re- gistrarOGeneral, juht publisabed:- The abstracts have been compiled from sum- maries made by the enumerators for their respec- tive districts, and will piobably differ in somne de- gree fro
September 3, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland