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LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

.QTScSaSRtTAq .-TN« 1lWcOMAN WHO TVANTS T4 aSR TTII Wlv~Ln.r-.~ra. M-arV Bond, a c atwoman, made bar secuwl appearatuce at this offie before Mr. White, ocarved with Pmasabing we panes of glass -at the house of Mlr..Page, the landleotl of tbe R ?? iu Blaekfriar.-road, under the f
27 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONAfLE WORLD. A" B RUIIEF CHRONICLE Asn ASeTWACT OF THSE TIN.MI The King and Queen, accompanied by air vi trs ?? suite, attended Divine Service on Surda3in theki'ate Cbape' of tbheCastle. a' eir Majesties have taken their accustomed airings during the weelk, occasionally
17 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Charles Lord Viscount Gort, Plaintiff. John Vereker, Esq. Defendants. PURSUANT to the Decree of the 28th July, 1827, and the

Charles Lord Viscount Gort, Plaintiff. John Vereker, Esq. Defendants. PURSUANT to the Decree of the 28th July, 1827, and the

Order of the 19th July, 1832, made in J this Cause, I will, on Thursday, the 20th day of June next, at the hour of One o’Clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, Inns-quay, Dublin, set and Sell by Public Cant, to the highest and best bidder, the Town and Lands of Ballintemple, ot
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

ACCOUNT OF FOREIGN OATS IMPORTED INTO IRELAND, OF RUTY, AS SEED OATS, SINCE THE PERIOD WHEN THAT PER- MISSION WAS FIRST GRANTED. Year 1819 39 qrs. Year 1826 895 qfi. 1820 266 1827 40 1628 1822 534 1829 165 1824 275 1831 1825 1,722 Note.—The quantities of cor corn, were not separ
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

MR. DAVY will commence a Course of Lectures on the application of Chemistry to the Arts and Manufactures on MONDAY, the 6th May, at 3 o’Clock. These Lectures will open to the Public. Syllabuses may be had at t’.ie Society House, on Saturday, the 4th May. Working Pupils taken int
27 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
0 RUPTURES. MORPIE, Patent Truss-Maker, Hawkins’s■treet, begs to recommend to the afflicted with Ruptures, his new insented Patent Truss, so

0 RUPTURES. MORPIE, Patent Truss-Maker, Hawkins’s■treet, begs to recommend to the afflicted with Ruptures, his new insented Patent Truss, so

constructed as to require no strapping whatever, pressing on no part of the body but that affected. Such have worn them give them a decided preference to all others hitherto in use. Mokfie’s considerable esperience, and practical knowledge in the treatment of Ruptures, combined
27 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. TIPPERARY. —To be SOLD, in the County of Tipperary, Barony of Upper Ormond, the Fee of the Lands of

CO. TIPPERARY. —To be SOLD, in the County of Tipperary, Barony of Upper Ormond, the Fee of the Lands of

BALLY A MOH AN, producing aEGS3 10s. 4d. per annum; and of the Lands of SHRAGH, BALLYGUIVAN, and COOLAGH, producing .£329 19s. 3d. ; and of BARNAGOR, producing Is. 6d. ; also in the Barony Ikerrin, the Lands of KILLAVADT, producing £433 yearly rent ; also in the King’s County, B
27 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EAST INDIA CHARTER.

EAST INDIA CHARTER.

We are assured that the East India Directors will directly and unequivocally refuse the terms offered by Government for their ceasing to trade, to make over all their property to the Ministers, retaining only their territorial revenue and political character. There are various i
02 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J DE MOL, Military and Merchant • Tailor, 24, Upper Sackville-strect, in returning his grateful acknowledgments to the Noblemen and

J DE MOL, Military and Merchant • Tailor, 24, Upper Sackville-strect, in returning his grateful acknowledgments to the Noblemen and

Gentlemen who were pleased to honor his late Establishment with their patronage, bags to state that with the view of having the attention necessary paid his increasing Military business, and of enabling him (by having a* competent Partner on the spot,) to pay frequent visits to
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RODERICK CONNOR.

RODERICK CONNOR.

For further particular* inquir# Mr. Willam Caeeoll, No. 9, Mountjoj-aquare, North, the Solicitor for John Greene, Esq., and Anne Coote Greene, late Minors, the Plainti® in thia Cause.
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland