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N G CLASS!

N G CLASS!

G CLASS! l\va\s it circuit with me to give \*>u ultra what «n Irish > •maht In crime*, espv.ial!) more threaleuiug tiers, but liiui dork hn* some •usllirish When I view their crimes through such an impartial and Uftbiasscd medium,
July 30, 1881 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Removal of a Suspect.

Removal of a Suspect.

O i Saturday Mr. John R. fteffernan, P.L.G., of Cork, suspect in the Limerick prison, was removed in charge of a constabulary escort Naas jail, there to detained until further notice. Mr. Heffernan’s removal was unite unexpected. and his friends did not know of it until the last
July 30, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE 1)11.L “ KEPOKTKO.

THE 1)11.L “ KEPOKTKO.

THE 1)11.L KEPOKTKO. The Committee on the Land Bill was then entered upon, and proved to the last sitting in which the right hon. and lion, me nhers were engaged in discussing the “eternal” clauses, amendments, and suggestions of the friends and foes of the measure. Mr. Gladstone
July 30, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES KELLY’S BEST BLACK TEA, Kelac'cJ Iri*. i.e t Ni« >• -10:1 luijuwUUw^ OH. >. LH. Fist rich Cms -u,

JAMES KELLY’S BEST BLACK TEA, Kelac'cJ Iri*. i.e t Ni« >• -10:1 luijuwUUw^ OH. >. LH. Fist rich Cms -u,

2* 'VI. 2* l-l. C*. and 1» Sd per lb. i-iarsi Awaiii, if and 3a i*l per lb. PAI.K MALT, fully mat ued. 20* per 10. If., uud 11-l*or V. INK'- • 'i< )■ i and t.. I. I. u. Ueai-bin-rra Orders I* • (•roiupily atlcn-lcd b< ja.mi;- Klbl.V, an i V.'ine laipurWf, 1 LinVEU KEVIN-Siiil-.L
July 30, 1881 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES KELLY'S IJLAI'K TEA, Crow j.o t New -S. imi.orts.Uuax, fin. He,u Mi. Fin* r.lch rang ,0. C.* M. 2»,

JAMES KELLY'S IJLAI'K TEA, Crow j.o t New -S. imi.orts.Uuax, fin. He,u Mi. Fin* r.lch rang ,0. C.* M. 2»,

and M per Ilk ie. s; il: and 3s fci pur lb. PAI.K MALT, fatly amt tied. per Gal. .la .i'-. io» Mi, and 11-(mw V. INK'- . l. i.-.-.I v ,s, i.\.x leaiclappers Orders • -.niipily attended t-s
July 30, 1881 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSULTING A NATION

INSULTING A NATION

Why was the subject of Irish History stricken from the list of subjects wherein Irish schoolboys should examined at the Intermediate test ? It nothing less than a national affront—an insult which would not dreamed of, much less ventured upon, in any other civilised country in th
July 30, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
translation.

translation.

Translate into English : 11. untie o thdc tine j>tA, pptorVt-ipdot ; Aguf df letf t)o dn d6tt) ceine d idp fletrtno*, lt-Uiftno6 t>o fd«dr6 i. bttonttd* tlcitbed-b fedpumn , o 6; 'opdot mr6e <n. 12. Jib CodAib tiidc «ipe tbic tltomidil tiitc se*rm4inn x)ei6 m'bbidbnd. fedpddin t
July 30, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION.

THE NATION.

Trade and Benevolent Union, in consequence of a superabundance of labour in the market. The whole expenses of the voyage out are being paid by the Flax-dressers Trade Union, and close upon 140 flax-dressers have thus been sent from Belfast and its vicinity.” Dr. Croke on the Rec
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tuesday, 26th July.

Tuesday, 26th July.

The following references to the progress made with the Land Bill on Tuesday night, when it was brought on report, is taken from the Freeman of Wednesday : There were no less than eleven pages of amendments report of the Laud Bill set down for consideration yesterday, but some of
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BSCKIPTIONS ReCEIV _ _

BSCKIPTIONS ReCEIV _ _

July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland