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Iter dank, frtta it bear) ; but pot «o confidence never did— Now, the ! estimate*; of all account* be

Iter dank, frtta it bear) ; but pot «o confidence never did— Now, the ! estimate*; of all account* be

had ever seen, never bad met with such mass cenfdslon; they were not thy of the of estimates. Members, if they wanted I And anything, most look for days ; what defied any rational man say. That was not the. way. they made out accounts in 1792. Look the estimates i of 1792 ; ther
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
any other try .The, bist<jjcyof this and of other countries would: jkeyseycr a depreciation of thecurrency might beneficial .to the

any other try .The, bist<jjcyof this and of other countries would: jkeyseycr a depreciation of thecurrency might beneficial .to the

debtor who wished to get rid bis lawfo/ advantageous might the sought get rid of his stock.pp band—|t would, most the labour- j and operative classes of, community. could . not believe that the labouring classes were favourable to s«cb a depreciation. had an opportunity some gen
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In representing ypnr Majesty the alarm we feel the measure contemplated for the reform .the Church of Ireland, we would

In representing ypnr Majesty the alarm we feel the measure contemplated for the reform .the Church of Ireland, we would

net thought indisposed salutary amendments, to the adoption of such alterations in government and discipline may give to the Church increased efficacy for maintaining and dissemlnatingthc pure principles the Christian faith. - Aware that the re vermes of the Church were original
10 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST BANKING COMPANY

BELFAST BANKING COMPANY

» hereby given, that General Meetly the Proprietor* of the Belfast Banking Company will held their Hanking Howe, I-street, MONDAY, the 15th APRIL neat, the boor ot peat Twelve o'CJock noon, for the purpose of the nesignatlon James Luke, Esq., one of the Ditcbh of the said Compan
10 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NUMBER Meeting the CLERGY the held LONGFORD, on VjM nesdsy. the April, tor the purpose into consideration the Kill for

NUMBER Meeting the CLERGY the held LONGFORD, on VjM nesdsy. the April, tor the purpose into consideration the Kill for

" Church Reform, now Parliament: the Very Rev. the Dean ARDAGH the Chair : was proposed and resolved unanimously— That we yield to no class of his Majesty's subjects desiring sec a Godly discipline" restored, and exist abuses corrected in our Church, already happily retor wed he
17 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION.

EMIGRATION.

' ■ Sail from Dublin, or about the 20th APRIL, for VAN DIEM EN'S NEW SIfUTH WALES, the splendid fastaailing coppered and armed Ship, ELIZA, regular Trader to the above Settlements,) burthen 600 Tons, J. E. HARRIS, Commander, (now lying in George's Dock Tbla very superior British
17 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEAP AND DUMB

DEAP AND DUMB

AND DUMB Juvenile Associationfor Promoting the Education qf theßtrf and Dumb Poor Ireland. THE ANNUAL SERMON in aid of this elation will be preached ST. MICHAN'S CHWfll on SUNDAY, the 28th APRIL, the Rlfl MBERT Afcoghill, Antrim. The Jci?enile Association present supports and edu
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE" IRISH COURT.

THE" IRISH COURT.

The Lord LI eaten ant and household removed on Monday from the Castle the Viceregal Lodge in the Phonic Park.— Morning Paper. SO ! the " Irish Court" is broken up for the season, and bis Excellency the LORD LIEUTENANT, after holding one drawing room and expending twenty poundsor
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

DUBLlN.—^coAn—At the auction of Demerara*! Thursday last aU that was offered for sals change il hands at fell price*, sines which day very little business was transacted, hovers holding oat sf the market In consequence of the non-arrival of the expected came* from the West Indie
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland