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A'PPOIJ\ YVL"NTS WAN-ATED, R EV Pareo-ds of a renpect.¶ble RC, country Gn irl I.to Aptr'netice her to the Dntp s- Buju,, 'vitiO- oout e.- ciil'Preferredl. Address 4h-7J rm Oic" "iii O3.cLdiii yo. Tj~H~lt)fil Serantyoung Girl, good plain coo' ~ad inde; willing tiU n biu "ell ?? Ad
August 24, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THESSALY.

THESSALY.

THIIJS'SALY. (From the "1Timnes" Corrospo12Ient). Vole, Aug. 9. a d The ?? of Volo and the ?? nP plains, 'with the magoiflenat ausd secure position of t Ithe Port, increa~se a suirprise which the actual.w to I Pro lution of the G3reco-Turkillh imbroglio has always cbg excited-why
August 20, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAND LEAGUE BRANCHES.

LAND LEAGUE BRANCHES.

LAND LEAGUE BRANCHE.3 FA-EEL S.'iExuy BnA-xcwi.-The weekly meeting of this branch was held on 'osturday evening at 3.36 Great Britain-street. Mr. Jobp White pro- sided. Also ?? A J Varian, M J Nolan, J F Shannon, M J O'Shea. M R Bannon, Sweeney, Gisby, &c. The following resolutio
August 8, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ABORTIVE SHERIFF'S SALES.

ABORTIVE SHERIFF'S SALES.

I _ ABOB.TiVE SHE RIF S SA:LW Ihe quict'-ss of thlis TV t:SlZ- tuxbed by a display of ar-.eit a:^ t excitem3ezt of arn aixort.ve tounants whose cattlQ were I- - s'.o Mr, Yargaret Brenr..=, 1r.' ja. j: mes Uulball The iazere,- .a s-- £arius had been put . for al t t r. - i sctly a
August 8, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE-YESTEP!DAY (1iefore Dr. 31'3lailu.) POjn3FanT.-Alabourer named l'atrlei: Bnarring- t!on, of 35 Beregford-street, wvs prosecuted for - I haviin stolen somne clOthes, tile property of a C fellow-lodger nanted James Blrady. I1r'dy dc- IooEed that liast evening wh
August 4, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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PUBLILJ A l TY T I E A T R E. Lr Ib~sLt ThNeight of Mr SIDNMGY Stmapoorte by Lb "ODO ' wCOMIPA19Y.' TE1S EVENT NOG (Thndzy)' Arust 4ti(at %3 TH E LOTTEBY TIC, BIT, A f terlobich(at S S30 "THE V'DOWD." Received nightly ?? t enthusiasm ma applate.. liwing a new stoidy of hub life a
August 4, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Tf2 OPE X STOCK =3 d9AGE: THE' OE- bOMXfNY,, - a Md 35 PALNEiRSTON BUILDINGS, OLD BROAD-STREET, LONDON. Establisheil to enable the Publtic to delt In Stocks Snd Shares nt the quoted CeiaentMarket Prlges fiitthdt broketige or eommission. AlU transmetieis are effected at the acttal
August 1, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL LAND LEAGUE,

THE NATIONAL LAND LEAGUE,

THE I NATIONAL LAND LEAGUE, The weekly meeting of the Irish National Land League washold ?? an unusually large attendance. Amid applause the chair was taken by I ~Mr. CHARLES S"WART PAIINELL, M.P. Amonpt those present were RevTA H=tb, CC, Longhmore; Rev P GAlUagher, Moynulty; Rev
August 3, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS.

INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS.

I - ?? - -. INTElf'NATIONAL MEDICAL CON- GRESS. ?? .0 I (FRo31 A C011RESPONDENiT.) t London, Sunday. f The ceremony of unveiling the statue of Harvey, the discoverer of the circulation of the blood, took place rt Folkestone on yesterday nfternnton in tiho preoence of a large loca
August 9, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOW RUSSIAN EXILES LIVE.

HOW RUSSIAN EXILES LIVE.

Oz his arrival the prisoner is driven straight to the police ward, where he is inspected by a police'i officer who is absolute lord and master of the die.I trict. This representative of the Government requires of him to answer the following ques ?? ?? ?? or ?? ?? of parents or,
August 31, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland