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A NTIENT CONCERT ROOMS,:; BRUNSWICK-STREET. THE ENGLISH VOCAL UNI N. Mis ELLEN LYON, Mr, G. GRAY, of the Chapel Royal, a Westminster Abbey, Mr. W. H. CUMMINGS, of the Templ hoir, Mr. J. HOWE, and Mr. H. BARBN of Westminster Abbey Cboir, Have the honour to announce thattbey will g
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS.

CITY SESSIONS.

! The Right 'Honourable the Recorder. sat- yesterday in the Court-bouse, Green-street, for the trial of prisoners. t STEALING FLROM THE PERSON. ' F-A youun' woman named' Mary Anne Dwyer was charged with picking the pocket of a lady named Hilles, of a purse antainlsg 21. ls. 6d.
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

I THE FRENCH EMPIRE. PsAIS, SATURDAY, AMlAo: 9.-Napoleon Bonaparte (Je- rome's Bon) refuses to accept the Viceroyalty of Algiers, sad Is to be sent on a mission to Italy. The Pops's nuncio announced on Thursday to several members of the corps ?? that his Holiness was coming to F
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

B BY ELEC6TRIC TELEGRAPH. W. H. Smith and Bots' Newspaper Ojice, No. 1, Eden-qway, March 14. PLiMOUTH, MONDAY MORNING.-Australian steamer bound for Australia put back very leaky-passengers assist. ing crew at pump96 ' LONDON STOCS AND Smart MAREYTP-English market maintained its s
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

(FRON OUR COOtEPrONDENT.) SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Fremn's Journal Ofice, Five o'Clock. CARRICK-ON-SUIiR (COUNTY TIPPERARY) STEEPLE CHASES-MONDAY, MARCH 14. Stewards-Marquis of Waterford, Thomas Lalor, Henry W. Briscoe, John Walsh, and Jobn Power, Esqre. Judge-Robert J. Hunter, Es
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MR. KELLY'S REPLY TO THE JUNIOR [ill].

MR. KELLY'S REPLY TO THE JUNIOR [ill].

MR. E LaL'S RE PLYT TXMIEIi .j ob > TO THE RIGHT 1OXN JO55ti SADLIER, JUNIOR,LORD OF Ilct alAJILSTY'S TREMUBY. EAJESTY' ~ Marer 14, 18h3. SIR-I am the unworthy subject of an epistle of cornsider- able length and ability appearing in the Telegraph of Sai nr- day, bearing the omune
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COUNTY GALWAY MEMBERS AND THEIR CONSTITUENTS.

THE COUNTY GALWAY MEMBERS AND THEIR CONSTITUENTS.

THE COUNTY GALWAY MEMBERS AND THEIR I , CONSTITUENTS. We publish in another column the important cor- respondence, referred to on yesterday, between a numerous and influential body of the electors of the county of Gaiway and their representatives, on the 'subject of the disastrou
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPUTATION ON THE SUBJECT OF THE ADVERTISEMENT DUTY.

DEPUTATION ON THE SUBJECT OF THE ADVERTISEMENT DUTY.

DEPUTATION ON THE SUBJECT OF THE ADVEA I TISEMENT DUTY. l The Chancellor of the Exchequer received on Saturday a deputation of gentlemen connected with the newspaper press, on the subject of the advertisement duty. They were introduced by Mr. EWAnT, M.P., who sub- mitted the foll
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTIENT CONCERT ROOMS—THE DUBLIN MADRIGAL SOCIETY.

ANTIENT CONCERT ROOMS—THE DUBLIN MADRIGAL SOCIETY.

ANTIENT CONCERT ROOMS-THE DUBLIN MA- DRIQAL SOCiETY. The second concert for the season of this society took place on last evening, before one of the most numerous and fa- shionable audiences we have seen assembled together for a long time. It is not to be wondered at that this so
March 15, 1853 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH DISESTABLISHED!

THE CHURCH DISESTABLISHED!

THEE CHURJCH DI SYATLISH ED ! l ,- - - -- -- - I I (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) A Liverpool society, called the " Liverpool Par- liamentary Debating Society," and compo)sed of younrg men of the middle class, bas just settled this impcrtnnt question. The society meets weekly, is presid
February 19, 1869 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland