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FEE SIM PI. E ESTATE

FEE SIM PI. E ESTATE

KING’S COUNTY To be SOI D, the ree| . and Inheritance of the Demesne and Lands of MOUNT PLEASANT, the Estate of the Co-Heiresses of the late Maurice Nugent O’Connor, Esq., containing! about 1,800 statute Acres, and situate the King’s County, four miles from Tullamore, and ten fr
20 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE COMMONS— April 18. The Haute was oceupiA until 3 o'clock with the presentation of petitions. The Speaker resumed the

HOUSE COMMONS— April 18. The Haute was oceupiA until 3 o'clock with the presentation of petitions. The Speaker resumed the

chair at five o’clock. Mr. O'CONNELL gave notice that Monday, on the House going into a Committee of Supply, should make another motion, for certain information, hy which it was deemed expedient to proclaim the city and county Kilkenny under the coercion bill. , The Warrington a
20 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRANSATLANTIC SKETCHES;

TRANSATLANTIC SKETCHES;

visits the most interesting enes in North and South America, and the West Indies. 2 vcls. Bvo., with numerous Etchings, Maps, ti c. By Captain J.E. Alexander, Royal Highlanders. The following New Works of Fiction Are also just Published, New Edition, in 3 vols., post Bvo,, RECOL
04 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

Cork, April fi.—Corn— The prices at this market during the week mhfht be said to have experienced very little ehange, whilst the arrivals have not been anything like an average of weeks. Of Wheat, which rated, at the current price to-day— Ski—we have had since Mon. day, 721 barr
09 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rAraoNissxs.

rAraoNissxs.

The Lady Mayoress, Lady Bellew, The Duchess of Leinster, Lady Bathe, The Marchioness Headfort, Lady Blakeney, The Countess of Leitrim, Lady Gossett, The Countess of Rosse, Lady Rich, The Countess of Norbury, Lady Morgan, The Lady Templemore, Lady Kingsmill, The Lady Edward Chich
11 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Harrington gallery and museum. A, OBFAT BTBBKT, DUBLIN. • 'i i.i Mid aONS, 34-, Molegwii t. have the announce to

Harrington gallery and museum. A, OBFAT BTBBKT, DUBLIN. • 'i i.i Mid aONS, 34-, Molegwii t. have the announce to

the Nobility Qentry.and the Public, that they have received instruction from the Trustees of Henry Esq., to submit to AUCTION on MONDAY, the 15th of April, and following daya—
06 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HE PEAL OF THE UNION.

HE PEAL OF THE UNION.

We were going to send the Benches of the different Parishes round this City whh their bells it any they have—or the Town-criers—if such curiosities can be found in Dublin—or, in default of Town-criers, we were about to issue placards, and to put advertisements into the best publ
06 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Just published, in 1 large volume, Bvo., 16a. doth, Bibliotheca classica; ora classical DICTIONARY, on a plan entirely new, containing

Just published, in 1 large volume, Bvo., 16a. doth, Bibliotheca classica; ora classical DICTIONARY, on a plan entirely new, containing

a minute and accurate account of the Proper Names which occur in Greek and Latin Authors, relating to Hisroar, Bioeaarar, Mttholoov, Gkocxapht and Amtionrriis. By JOHN DYMOCK, LL.D. and THOMAS DYMOCK^M.A. «• The quantitiea of the proper names are marked throughout the work, the
25 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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25 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OF BUTTER, BEEF, Ac.

PRICE OF BUTTER, BEEF, Ac.

Monday, April 22.—There ha« been a fair demand for fine old Butter daring the la*t week, but the middling and low descriptions are very dull. Bacon and Hams are going ort bctter, but Lard i« very little inquired for. In Beef and Pork we can note no alteration. c. «. a. a. 7O to
25 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland