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IRISH HISTORY.

IRISH HISTORY.

| -- IRISIU HISTORY. I TO THE EDITOR O' THE FREEMAN. Clonmuel, July 14. DEAR Sxn-I have waited thua long to see whethor you yourseli would bring forwai d in forci- ble and condemnatory terms the conduct of the In ermodiate Commlissioners in elidinv from their 1 prograumie the sub
July 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

LATEST N-WS. I I . t.. ...N W (By " Fresman" Special Wire.) LONDON CORRESPONDENCFR. "Freeman" Office, 211 Strand, London, Saturday Morning. As the circumstances under which the emigra- tion clause came to be added to the Laud Bill yesterday morning were somewhat noteworthy, and a
July 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A POLICE-CONSTABLE.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A POLICE-CONSTABLE.

At the unusual hour of a quarter to four yester- J day, when the Police business is generally over, a zae of gicat public importance was brought on at the Northern Division of the Police Court, Mr. O'Donel, chief magistrate, presiding. s Michael Dooley' a constable in the C Divi
July 13, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROWING NOTES.

ROWING NOTES.

R-)WviNG NOTrS. Oa Motan .yne;ot te ClonztafanI Deollymount regatta wtti lle l tctid ier thoe t of the Clotalrf Yacht | inl i oat cl.,. i.9 ho: II, Ing t ian h-.hd:y ve foi-l cert:; ini tha t isatty Wi~ill lute!;n. to Dollyawvut to enjoy tihe sport tkl-t wstill b a "Iletl, tc,?ct
July 30, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LABOURERS.

THE LABOURERS.

rb. LABOURERS. (SPECIA1LTTaiGlt.iItllOltO OUR IZIEPORTr It i W aterford, Sunday Night. - A largely attended and most influential meet- big wee held to-d: y in Mooncoin for the itaprove- u ment of the condition of the Irish agricultural I labourer,. There wase a large attendance f
July 4, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

YESTERDAY. COURT OF APPEAL (Before the U-aster of the Rolls sad the Loris Justices of 4Apea&l) CLARKE v. H ?? was an &De5Oal an order of the Common Pleas disao4b shown againet a cundluonal oirder fer sttilg a verdict had by the plaintiff for t2uc in nag 5Sf tried by the L-ord Ch
July 4, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE-SATtRD'AY. I~ ~ . fl I BY TELEGRAPH. LONDON RAY-JuLY 2-Moderate supply. Trade good for best hay; ?? clover. Prices dearer for bestoldmeadow hayandstraw. Prime ?? 128s; inferior, W*0s to 95s; prima meadow hLay, 80sa to 12"l; inferior, 90s to 70s; straw, 313s to
July 4, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH HOME MANUFACTURES ASSOCIATION.

IRISH HOME MANUFACTURES ASSOCIATION.

1RI-Zl HOME MAL UUFA'CTURES' ASSOCI AToION. I Las' night a meeting of specilll-apypointei de- legates from various trades of Dublin was held in the Carpenters' Hall, Lower Gloucester-streAt, in recferece teIO me -lot n f Lorue nufactures. Akt i:ine o'clock _113r. .MICUALL Dwvva w
July 27, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW STREET TO DONEGALL PLACE.

THE NEW STREET TO DONEGALL PLACE.

Mr. Ei>wi-ni> Murphy, J.P., Government Arbitrator, resumed on Saturday morning, at halfpast 10 o clock, the hearing of objections to his ilraft award, giving compensation for premises taken for the making the new street between Donegall Place and York Street. Mr. Andrews, Q.C.,
July 4, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"GRANITE."

"GRANITE."

THE EDITOR THE BELFAST MORXINK NEWS. Sir,— yom report of the proceedings of the Belfast Naturalist Field Club, published jn Tuesday s JloYn*tnj there is a paragraph that object to in the strongest manner, and had you been aware of the facts am certain you would have erase,l it,
July 4, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland