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29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mdentood; hern by »wwMnyy>M4 inquiry lota the state of the country. ik,«iib«4 ui|miQnt» observation* subject which, hod-beta frequently mentioned the

Mdentood; hern by »wwMnyy>M4 inquiry lota the state of the country. ik,«iib«4 ui|miQnt» observation* subject which, hod-beta frequently mentioned the

course the debate, namely, establish log of double standard. great deal of misapprehension prevailed on this point. the facts of tbe case were examined, it would that every attempt which had been made this country, and every other country, have a double standard, had failed (•he
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF MBATH.—TO. LET, from Ist May, for such aa may agreed UDMI, the House, Offices, Ac. Ac., of MULLAFIN,

COUNTY OF MBATH.—TO. LET, from Ist May, for such aa may agreed UDMI, the House, Offices, Ac. Ac., of MULLAFIN,

any quantity of Land from 12 to 40 Acrea. In perfect repair, beautifully situated in adjoining the demesne of Somerrllle, within miles of Navan and Stanc, and eight of Application to HENRY SMITH, Esq., Aonsbrook, Drogheda. N. B.—lf by letter, post-paid.
22 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRIBERY AND CORKUPfION JUSTIFIED.

BRIBERY AND CORKUPfION JUSTIFIED.

There have been more case* of bribery at elections proven in the present Reformed House of Commons, in its very first session, than conld be found In the annals of the six last common, constitutional Parliaments, with all their abuses and corruption. this the true and only fruit
22 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Dublin,] IJUOt'OSAIiS will be reto wit. r -S. for supplying the Gaol J of Kihnainhani (from the first day next,

Dublin,] IJUOt'OSAIiS will be reto wit. r -S. for supplying the Gaol J of Kihnainhani (from the first day next,

to the first December, with the iAI raring viz.:— WHITE BREAD, BROWN HKKAD, of whole Meal, V NEW MILK, MILK-, COALS (best Whitehaven), L\'ii' SOAP and CAN DLLS, OATEN STRAW ( sweet and dry), IfK ATI BROOMS, and FREE-STONE. Proposals sent in, before the of April, the Hoard Gaol.
01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY MLA'JH.—TO LET, from Ist May, for such terms as may lie agreed upon, the House, Offices, &c. &c., of

COUNTY MLA'JH.—TO LET, from Ist May, for such terms as may lie agreed upon, the House, Offices, &c. &c., of

together with any quantity of Land froin 12 40 Acres. The perfect repair, beautifully situated in a fine adjoining tlfc Aemcsne Somerviile, within of Wane, and eight Application toUl SMITH, Esq., gheda. Y N. B.—lf letter, postpaid. COUNTY KILDARE. BP: LK'tf OSBERSTOWN MILL HOUSE
01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The second division of the i&tb King's Light Dragoons (Hussars) arrircd in the river yesterday, coming from Liverpool, the Lord Btaney and William ihtFourth steamers. Major Sir Walter Scott, Bart is in command. The vessels not being able reach the quays time for the troops to la
15 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORMOND STEEPLE CHASE.

ORMOND STEEPLE CHASE.

STEEPLE CHASE. The Ormond Steeple Chase caine off on Wednesday last near Nenagb, and though the weather was most unfavorable, the assemblage of spectators was numerous. About lour o'clock the following horse 9 started Mr. Dancer's c Vol su Vent, rode by owner. Mr. Robert Carew'*
15 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CTOUNTY DUBLIN.—TO LET. from the J Ist May next,tb&t part of tbe Lands of HUN'fSTQiYN latterly held by Mr. MICHAEL

CTOUNTY DUBLIN.—TO LET. from the J Ist May next,tb&t part of tbe Lands of HUN'fSTQiYN latterly held by Mr. MICHAEL

talning 199 a. 2R. 33r. statute measure, chiefly meadow, with comfortable Farm House, Offices, situate ou the Naolc road, about 2) Glasnevin. Proposals in writing will received FRANCIS PREX DSROAST, Esq. 23, Stephen's-green, North.
08 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland