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SPIRIT OF THE '• AGE."

SPIRIT OF THE '• AGE."

SPIRIT THE '• AGE." POLITICAL PAIS.- Palmella, finding it all with him " in the market," has taken flight for Paris, in the hope of wheedling Miss Moppet and her mamma into employing him some domestic capacity about their pretty persons but even that will prove forlorn hope," sus
27 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE,

TRINITY COLLEGE,

THE next Quarterly Examinations will be held in the month of APRIL. /) For Benior Sopbisters, on Friday and S&tum£/the 10th and 20tb. Pi! For Junior Sophlsters, on Monday and TreadM/the and 23d. Jf Por Senior Freshmen on Thursday and Friday, the 25th and 26th. And for Junior Fre
18 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COVSTY KILDARE. TO BE HILL. HOUSE and with Seventy-six Acres Prime Land, situated wilhltr zaiieofNaa?. Apply at li,e Premises. COUNTY

COVSTY KILDARE. TO BE HILL. HOUSE and with Seventy-six Acres Prime Land, situated wilhltr zaiieofNaa?. Apply at li,e Premises. COUNTY

OF DONEGAL.—TO SOLD LET, with fine, the House and FA HAN, the former Residence of the late Lord of DBRRY, beautifully situated on the Hanks of/LYFOGH SwUly, a particularly quiet neighbourhood, seven miles of Derry. The Demesne ia well timbered, and plentiful supply of water runn
18 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMBARGO ON DUTCH VESSEL?

EMBARGO ON DUTCH VESSEL?

On the motion that the house resolve itself into a committee of supply, Sir ROBERT PEEL said he had intended to avail himself of the opportunity the house going into a committee of supply to akc some remarks on that order in council which imposed restrictions on British subjects
18 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW GARDEN AND FARMING SEEDS.— C. TOOLE, MACKEY, and FURLONG, Seed and Nurserymen, respectfully make known the arrival new Garden

NEW GARDEN AND FARMING SEEDS.— C. TOOLE, MACKEY, and FURLONG, Seed and Nurserymen, respectfully make known the arrival new Garden

and Farming Seeds the finest condition. those who have hitherto favoured their EstfKfUh ment unnecessary state that the same care and attention (which has distinguished their House for the last thirty years,) has been observed in selecting their preeent importation, both as rega
13 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST MARY'S PARUCHIAL SCHOOLS.

ST MARY'S PARUCHIAL SCHOOLS.

THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON half of this Institution, will be preached inrpt. MARY'S CHURCH, on SUNDAY', the 17th FEBRUARY, 1833, by the Rev. HUGH WHITE, A. M„ one of t|fe Cerates of the Parish. / If to rescue FORTY' CHILDREN of deatltunon and sorrow from the horrors of temporal w
13 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EQURRR EXCHEQUER.

EQURRR EXCHEQUER.

Executor White pURSUANT n'n Ora - of bis Majesty's Const Carlton anil others. |of Exchequer, made in this J Cause, healing date tho February, ! will TUESDAY, the sth day of MARCH next, the hour of one o'clock, in the my Chambers, on the iuns'-quay, Dublin, ami let the highest an
20 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT.

MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT.

TO BE SOLD, the fee and inheritance of and in the ancient Castle and Demesne Lands of | TOWN, the County Tipperary, the propctty ot | Green, Esq. This admirably circumstanced Estatrcoi£j tains 663 A. 2R. 32P. statute measure, subject of 21. Bs. j Also the Lands containing about
20 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY

CHANCERY

Charles John Gardinci,! to the Esq., Decree in this Cause, Plaintiff; I hearing date the 7th day of The Right Hon. Margaret, last, I hereby Countess of Blcsinton, require all Creditors ami and others, 1 Legatees of the lete Right Defendants. 1 Honorable Charles John, Karl of Bie
20 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTI-TITHE TRIAL.

ANTI-TITHE TRIAL.

The folio-* Ing phservations made use of the Attorney- General, when stating the case of the Crown against Mr. O'KoelFe, who has been sentenced six months* imprisonment, will found worthy of attention:— The learned gentleman, after describing the nature of the meeting Bohernabrc
20 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland