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( W.-iUITV SERMOK.

( W.-iUITV SERMOK.

SUNDAY, Jiinuary 1822, Two CI.K-k. the ANNUAL SERMON will M 1 IS -STK EB CHAPEL, Reverend VMUCK an. nnd Evening Sermon tV' (lav, the lb v. PETER. V/ A lU>, for the Sni.pcrtj , • C’i»riuble Scliools Ulon-in;' to this Porlsh, in which of S Hundred Roys, and Tiiree Hundred Fcmalet
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£5OOO.

£5OOO.

j | hid out’m the purchp.se of Annuity for • the Survivor o. Husband and Wife, ,{ nVoiit SisW, ■lid the other about Tiiiny. .eat'ou to lie made Mr. Symft, 52,-Dotumicktu Abraham liuil, E«|. Kiikenny. (If by Lelur, COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION, TUI'. Mh.OI.K CLASHES. Academy o*‘ lnstr
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS

ADDRESS

The close* the year, coinciding with the completion the Fourth Volume of the London Magazine, reremind us, that few words of acknowledgment are d»ie, first, our muneruua Friends and the Public, for their firm and increasing support; and next, to our kind general, »*a‘'id the !i>
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DIVERS;

THE DIVERS;

OR, HOW TO CATCH A SALMOX. An incident al the Giant* Caushway. Tile Causeway (the <;iant's't with grandeur sublime, That onwards from Pleaikms high brow to the Ocean Descends, and the ravage defies of old Tims, Repelling the waves in their wildest commotion ; Of Natl the boast,
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARCHANGEL TAR.

ARCHANGEL TAR.

MICHAEL HUGHES, No. 10. Georges Qu.vv, sow Unrßng from boartl the ACOUX, Captain Birkie, 760 Barrels ARCHANGEL TAR, which will Sell moderate Terms. has also for Sale .Scotch Herrings »u Barrels ami Halt liar.e’.*; aso P.?ch, Rosin, Can wick, Hides. Mineral Brown Paint, Canvas ur
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Abbutt, pURSUANTto the Order FRESH ARRIVAL IT.AS. «• pfbi. Majerfy’* Coart of Ex- JOHN AMD JOS. O' and otlicrs. in

Abbutt, pURSUANTto the Order FRESH ARRIVAL IT.AS. «• pfbi. Majerfy’* Coart of Ex- JOHN AMD JOS. O' and otlicrs. in

Ireland, ''aa in (l.ia to announce U their Friend* 4- the Ptlldir, fY ii| ««.» WiiV* .* * • jL3 the arrival very wperior parrel t»f TKA»S, O Reilly and ~t July, I wdl. or. , lf ,£ h . an- ,' b-. uf • .■ . •du; St day of Januiry s.iucliaug. peculiar lino flavonr. •bich wore xidmc
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEIV GARDEN SEEDS.

NEIV GARDEN SEEDS.

CHAIILES and LUKK 'TOOLE and CO. rsipcctfnlly «Ac It-av-j apprise t!ie Kebiliij, Gentry, ■ and tlie Public, that, by the lute arrivals from London and, Bristol, they have received their General amt Assortment of GARDEN and FARMING SEEDS. j addition which, they have also to them,
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hliown l*v Jii-i tlii:

hliown l*v Jii-i tlii:

the dreadful Genera! imtlK* At :slio«i at" \ v round thi* rcrmimVr t. turniiven, a» t'u* the have K nrc hi* -lvjncc*l IVanc. T u irmr. I'is ilj:n sicp from n» l\ Ic, tlcr-ui-( the Kir Nad mraas -s of Vn can like Ics-ran or .S , Dr.r. Keeper of lo M. I. u ri tol to h l lie < ice
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
*.—Tb * Austrian ar »

*.—Tb * Austrian ar »

*.—Tb Austrian ar » this country, ti-.misaml nun. 'Hie cllx Sicily; the division Mohr in the Ain \V.?|n: «jii ror.t l.‘:c division Wiccl in t!»c province o .3.—Tli« retumcU the tliin! stat.ee 111* Senate of Lombardy against thirty fmir Vumi k, duals, accused <i{’ having (‘arhoii'
17 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

After bavin* foffered extreme heal for npivards of month, the inhabitants of Dub tin were blessed yesterday morning, one o’clock, by a planetary shower of rain, that descended with extraordinary force, and continued fall for very nearly two hours ; the streets were overflowed fo
06 August 1825 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland