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LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

It I iin YESTERDAY. the D COURT. rel- (Before Judge Ormsby.) tealSLE. yet Thomas Wilson, owner and petitioner.-I93a. the Or33p of the lands of Carrigalaney, county Car-i set low, commonly called the Commons, held by one his tenant at a yearly rent of £205, and deducting - head r
July 13, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

- LAW INTELIGENC I ?? - 7 TRDAY. | S LAND COURT. A (Before Judge Oria-by. e2) IN Rs PATBICK LAWLESS'S ESTA'r.-In this ti matter the owner had become tenant under the !s couttof about200 acres of grazing land in th*I county of Meath. An advertisement for the sale d, of tes grass o
July 12, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY, I (By t Freeman" Special Wire and Ordinary Telegraph.) HOuSE OF LORDS-YESTER.DAY. The LoaD CHANCELLOR took his seat at five o'clock. MISCELLANEOUS. The Alsaver Chapel (Mahiage) Bill w read a second time. On the motion of the Earl of AIRLJE the select counnittee on
July 15, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YACHTING.

YACHTING.

TIE ROYAL ULSTER YACHT CLUB REGATTA. (a8P20L&L TELEGR4AM-) Bangor, Sunday Night. Yesterday the regatt of the } U Y C toic place in Belfast LOugh, and, as usual, there was a large fleet of yckits in Bangor 13ay, though the numbe of craft was by no means so nIznerou5 55 in prerion
July 25, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A SOI-DISANT LEFROY.

A SOI-DISANT LEFROY.

A SOl-DISANT LEFRQOY (SPECIAL TLE-GRAM.) London, Tuesday ;ii t iA Woolwich correspondent telegraph,- t4 about half-nast six this evening the wife z4 daughtcr of Mr Edward Ceok, keeper to Sir rWi. liamn Goldsmitli residing in a lonely ostage neat EBatal ~U oa, ?? miles from Wvolwi
July 6, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST FOREIGN MONEY MARKETS.

LATEST FOREIGN MONEY MARKETS.

LATEST FOREIGN MONEY Ii-I&"XETE . s ?? ] ?? .; French Rentca opened weak to-diy, but seizbe- quentiy recuvered. The Three per (tent Redceen- able and Five per Cent Rent-ts closed the siwe .- yesterday, and the Three per Cent Oidmnay leit off Sc higher. The Foreigu ,Stock Mirktt v
July 6, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

~PLTF, ARA 2, MAMADs ,fL ~ andaccomanxedi7 £ 01tt~lOS2e oetd fo 45 Itodi r it~,and4 fr crt ddiion! Broth, witk- c1CY k107 l!31, at 4 Snd 56itki reoon Strt, sue wife of Job(' 'ancy of a daughte. CJ Uiift-j;A'7 3, i jl, ?? VicrageO Arbonir UqaS o la the % pie of ?? Rey A W Cribb of
July 8, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FEES OF THE SOLICITORS' PROFESSION.

FEES OF THE SOLICITORS' PROFESSION.

- FEES OF THE SOLICITORS' PROFES-I | ~~~SION. Yesterday an adjourned general meeting of the Incorporated Law Society was held in the Solici- tors' Buildingc. Frur Courts, at two o'clock for the purposs of further considering the statement from| the council on the subject of the S
July 8, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

I ASSIZE IN-TELLITFE-eXGe CATALY. (PBONc OrR C0flRESTO`Dnre) Carau Thurelisy The business of th6 eunimer a~its.' here to-day. before Mr. Justice 1- 2 ?? Lis eat in tiho Crowa C at e ' Titc grand ,,ry hbaving been resworn, His Loribhip 8aiQl th:ere asti an increae ir~t reported in
July 8, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"WAS ARCHBISHOP PLUNKET A MARTYR?"

"WAS ARCHBISHOP PLUNKET A MARTYR?"

I' WAS ARCHBISHOP PLUSKET A MARTYR?' " TO THE EDITOtR OF THE FREEMAN. SIR-Arehbishop Plunket cannot be regarded in any other light than ads a martyr. Altbough the false charge upon which he was tried and for which hewssexecutedwas politiealit wasbecause he was a Catholic and beca
July 8, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland