Hi To All
The University at Kingswood has this on Film in their Library
if this is of any help
Hi Robyn & List,
I have accessed Freeman's Journal's a few years ago at St Mary's Cathedral
Archives. At the time they were located at the back of the cathedral in a
small office run primarily by nuns with some assistance from volunteers.
journals were in the process of being indexed by an exceedingly
volunteer lady! I found them very useful for background snippets such as
much my family had contributed to the building fund to their local
etc. The biggest problem seems to be that public access was not
& in fact there was talk of closing access.
I think a phone call or letter to the archives (ring the cathedral for the
appropriate number) to make an appointment would be the way to go.
----- Original Message -----
From: "D and R Hardie" <darnhard(a)ozemail.com.au>
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2005 3:32 PM
Subject: Freemans Journal
> Dear Lesley
> Recently on the list you recommended the Dublin Freeman's Press as a
> source of trials in Ireland, always a difficult research subject.
> As usual your advice is spot on, this newspaper is also an invaluable
> source of Irish history if a little biased. My problem is logistical, I
> have used it in the National library in Canberra. but have not been able
> to source it in Sydney. As far as I am aware the State Library in Sydney
> has only the local version. Do you know of another source in NSW ?
> Robyn Hardie Sydney