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Advertisements & Notices

~MERCATILE' SALES. ; 1t CARLISLE BUILDING. %INAH AN AND CO., have just arrived to ihem K ?? London, a very select assor ment o TEA, consisting of 132 Chests, which they can wilt) much confidence recommend to their Customers and to all who are particular in the choice of that arti
February 6, 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

rTE FASHIONA.BLE WORLD. - eatrF ABSTRACT ANt CURaGSICLO O TXtg,tf in, ?? Doctcr Parr and a lrge paity dined with her !,lMajesty. ak ber rei dence in Portman.street, on Weduesolav last. at two o'clock, whicb early hour for dining is her 31sjw.ty. usual custmin . Mrs. Bralhan gave
July 5, 1820 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TfJ '§4 N kEW TIHEATRiE ROYAL. Lra.t Week but one of Mr. WVjilian Farreia'a and Miss Bruniton's Engagement. This Evening, TILURSDAY, April 5, 1821, His Majesty's Servants will perform the Comsediy of THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE. tord Ogleby, Mr. Wz Farren ; Sir John 1%lelvil, Mr. Fa
April 5, 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

TrlE Th[EA4TRE. Vlc ne-v Comedly ot A1gent aned A',sentee wns re- patedl last night' and again met a very flattering reception. It will be performed to0morraw night for the benefit of the Author. Miss Brunton ap. pearS to great advantage in this play and her deli- verv of the Epi
April 5, 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. GRATTAN'S EXHIBITION.

MR. GRATTAN'S EXHIBITION.

We feel much pleasure in transcribing the fol.& lowving judicious remarks on "Original Paintings and Drawings, by the late Mr. G. Grattan, and J'Ir. W. Gractan, ?? exhibiting in Home's Picture GaIllery," from the new number of the Dublin In- quisitor. just published 4 We are hap
April 5, 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH CIRCUITS.

IRISH CIRCUITS.

GALWAY ASSIZES. BREACH OFd PROMISE OF MIARRIAGE. BLAKE V. DALY. Owing to tile respectability of the pat ties con- cerned, and tie interest excited for the issue of this extraordinary triat, the Record Court was crowded at an early hour on Saturday morning; and about I 1 o'clock
April 5, 1821 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: MONDAY, JANUARY 4.

DUBLIN: MONDAY, JANUARY 4.

Ett ffreental g 30tmdilat. DUBLIN MAONDAY, JANVUARY 4. I We have, since our last publication, received the French and German papers; their contents are not of great importance. The Berlin article mentions the improving health of the Emperor Nicholas ; we hlave heard from another
January 4, 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SKEFFINGTON GIBBON'S LETTER TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE PROVINCE OF MUNSTER.

SKEFFINGTON GIBBON'S LETTER TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE PROVINCE OF MUNSTER.

SKEFFINGTON GIBBONS LETTER TO THE INHA BITANTS OF TUH PROVINCE OF M UNSTE R. ,MY FaIEN3S AND FELLOW COUNTRvNME;r-BMuch embar- rassment must I feel in apologising to you and the public at IC large for arrogating to myself an honour which should be re- s- served for a person more d
April 6, 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MESSAGE.

MESSAGE.

?? H IESSA , n . . T R1 X ?? o0 TRE UMTIflD sTAktt, lo HOUSES, AsT TE tipzwlI OF Tit SE D- > SESSIONOF.TE. 16TaCONGaESS - 4RA1+AlTwsD ]y MR. JAMRS ?? j JUNt. feilOt~citiZe6iU of the,. &ate. and qfthe Htouse 6 Atepresentatites, In communicaiting to you a just view of public. af. f
December 19, 1820 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OFFENCES.

OFFENCES.

I F k l- I d'E I: di'EACES .; On Sunday nigjt, a-!ovit 10 o'clck, a jpiity ot. 4ix or lietri arnitmed m'ep,- 'w t to the houze-iif * fanner. of the naffie of White. neari &. 31argsretN, and havijs1- ,mide the, inmates ?? the b tise cover ther heads, poroceed 'very ddibera-ely to
December 19, 1820 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland