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THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. ,

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. ,

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. VISIT OP THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES THE PRINCESS VICTORIA AND IHJCHBSS OP KEN T. Plymoctb, A most 3.—Heaterday (Friday) morning the inhabitants wore the tiptoe expectation of the arrival of the Royal Party, about which there was some doubt, Id coosequsace int
07 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CELEBRATED AND RE- TAIL LINEN AND DAMASK WAREHOUSE, 49, DAWSON-STHEET, (Next Door Turhili’s Hotel.) / BIRKETT and WHITE, Linen

THE CELEBRATED AND RE- TAIL LINEN AND DAMASK WAREHOUSE, 49, DAWSON-STHEET, (Next Door Turhili’s Hotel.) / BIRKETT and WHITE, Linen

Drapet^to His Excelle’icy the Lord Lieutenant, respectfully inform the Nobility, Gentry, and the Customers their Establishment, tbut ih-y have jii;t replenished their Wareronms from the Bleach Greens ot the most c**Ubrated ALmifac- Hirers in the North with 7 and 4-4 Shirtitg Lin
06 December 1834 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A LADY SHOP-LIFTER.

A LADY SHOP-LIFTER.

Lambeth street. Yesterday, evening, Messrs. Hardwicke and Walker were about to leave the bench res. peclable-looking old gentleman entered the justice-room, and, in the most earnest manner, entreated their assistance in tracing aged lady, his sister who had been missing since ab
06 December 1834 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PORTFOLIO,

THE PORTFOLIO,

Let me then affectionately ask you who have not yet sought rest Saviour’s sheltering arms, nor cast anchor within the vail, have you found peace ? have you found happiness? Peace! while forsaking Jesus, the Prince Peace, and seeking it the world ! well might you leave a safe and
06 December 1834 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 July 1834 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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the people .of this country would consider it such. He alluded to design which had heard was foot, of sending

the people .of this country would consider it such. He alluded to design which had heard was foot, of sending

down agents through the country, tor the purpose of buying up such cattle as might be seized for tithe. But he wished to know how those agents would look if the sufferers under the tithe system should think proper interrupt their proceedings. He trusted this would not tuke place
30 June 1832 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH.

BRITISH.

The Lord Chancellor, Earl Grey, Viscount Al'horp, and most of the other Cabinet Ministers left London, Saturday afternoon, to attend the anniversary dinner to the memory of the late Mr. Fox, held at the Ship Hotel, Green wicli. Lord Holland was in the Chair. The Duke of Sussex w
30 June 1832 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORPORATE. OFFICERS

CORPORATE. OFFICERS

Kilkenny. —Alderman Thomas Cronyn, Mayor for the year commencing on the 29th September next; and Henry and Louis Anderson, Esqrs., Sheriffs for the same period. Mr. Alexander Semple, Coroner. Carrickfeegos. —Thomas Benjamin Adair, of Loughanroore, Esq., Mayor, and John Campbell,
30 June 1832 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHOLERA MEDICINE CHESTS,

CHOLERA MEDICINE CHESTS,

Containing the Antispasmodic Compound of Ether, phor, and Oil of Cajeput—the Stimulating Embrocation of Camphor, Clntharides, and Laudanum— Salvolatilie— Laudanum, Calomel, and Opium Fills, and the most essential remedies suggested the various Boards of Health, for affording ins
30 June 1832 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR—E.vsui.vo Wkkk. kvkxivq; Saturday (this day) 11 min past 12 min. past 13 Sunday;., min. past

HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR—E.vsui.vo Wkkk. kvkxivq; Saturday (this day) 11 min past 12 min. past 13 Sunday;., min. past

min. past 1 *3 min. past rain, past 3 Tuesday 3.1 min. past rain, past Wednesday min. past 3 45 min. past Thursday ...•■•■■••.•■■..lo min. past £ min. past 4 Friday min. past 41 min. past
30 June 1832 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland