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EXTENSIVE SALE OF STOCK

EXTENSIVE SALE OF STOCK

SOLD PUBLIC AUCTION, the Lands of KILCOMMODAN, adjoining Toe Town Abghrim, and within three bliles of Ballinyfoe. at Eleven o'clock, on MONDAY, the 6th day next, and succeeding days— Several hundreds of Wethers, two and old. Maiden and Breeding Ewes and Lambs, Hoggets and Rams,
22 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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22 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH REFORM BILL.

CHURCH REFORM BILL.

Such the flagrant robbery meditated by some the provisions in the Irish Church Bill, that even reformed Mouse of Commons declined becoming parties the per- of so shameful an act of plunder, and Ministers were reluctantly compelled to give way until some suggestion, leas objectio
05 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
to do ntabliih standard of faith ; and with that view tens of thousands of the bible ware distributed through

to do ntabliih standard of faith ; and with that view tens of thousands of the bible ware distributed through

Ireland. The Irish language was alto studied;'and the clergy were thus enabled to preach that language. So much for what the Protestants bad ' But, on the other hand, what was the eonduct ef the -govern mcnt Did ministers, during the last Parliament, evince a desire uphold that
05 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To the Rev. Archdeacon Rutson.

To the Rev. Archdeacon Rutson.

the Rev. Archdeacon Rutson. RAPHOE DISPENSARY. THE •Situation Surgeon to the RlUk Dispensary being vacant, MEETING of th%o| VERNORS will held on THURSHAY, the stant, for the purpose of electing Medical to that office. Any Information desired Gentlemen proposing become Candidates,
08 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHITEFOOTISM IN THE NORTH.

WHITEFOOTISM IN THE NORTH.

THE NORTH. ENNISHOWEN. —The punishment of some of the Ennishowen rioters, the late Assizes seems rather to have ncreased than repressed the spirit of insubordination. In the parish ot C'lonmany, which was the chief i seat of disturbance, more outrages have occurred within the few
08 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

was not his agent, yet point of law was impossible for Mr. Dobbe disentangle himself from his action*, and being legally responsible, he had determined not to contest the matter further. In reference to the letter supposed to writenbyMr. l)obbs to tbeConservatlve Society, and wh
12 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JUST disengaged and wants a Situation as Housemaid, or wait on young lady or Isdies, steady, active, young Woman, who

JUST disengaged and wants a Situation as Housemaid, or wait on young lady or Isdies, steady, active, young Woman, who

can work well atJier needle, and make plain dresses—make-up floe thin; highly recommended by ladies now in town /Iffis flo Incumbrance ; objection to town or co up,«f to travel; Is of the Established Church.—Jfh^Betteijladdressed to J. 8., No. 11, Lower Ourfaftd-Pmy, No. 5, Brid
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TURKEY.—ENTRY OP TEN THOUSAND RUSSIANS INTO CONSTANTINOPLE. We have received today intelligence of great moment from the East, Prance. The

TURKEY.—ENTRY OP TEN THOUSAND RUSSIANS INTO CONSTANTINOPLE. We have received today intelligence of great moment from the East, Prance. The

following was posted st the Lloyd's Francais, establishment which, we have before said, generally obtain! accurate and speedy information " It la autcd that the Ruiaian Beet hu taken powes of the Dardanelles, end that 10,000 Ruiaians have entered Constantinople. All was tranquil
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
We hare read Tit Quarterly Review of the present month, an article onder the head of " Natal Timber and

We hare read Tit Quarterly Review of the present month, an article onder the head of " Natal Timber and

Arboriculture, P. Mil new, Esq.," in which an interesting account is giren, of certain experiments, tried by order of Government, to ascertain the effects of process discovered Mr. KYAN, for the prevention of dry rot in timber. The inspections which look place the dock yard at W
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland