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DUBLIN INSTITUTION,- No. 15, Upper Sackville-street. TO be SOLD, the Interest in the Lease of the al>ove DWELLING HOUSE, for

DUBLIN INSTITUTION,- No. 15, Upper Sackville-street. TO be SOLD, the Interest in the Lease of the al>ove DWELLING HOUSE, for

an unexpired term of 980 years, subject to the small rent of £92. The House is one the best in Sackville-sfreet, extending in front to that street feet, and from front to rere 180 feet, and contains 6 spacious Sitting Rootps, 8 Bed Rooms, and extensive under-ground Apartments, A
09 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOBACCOS BY AUCTION.

TOBACCOS BY AUCTION.

George M‘BRlde win Sell by auction, on WEDNESDAY, the 10th APRIL, at Two o’Clock, at the Office Henry Kyle, Commercial Buildings, Hhds. of Prime Leaf TOBACCO’S, now in the King’s Store, which will be found well worth the attention of the Trade. Terms at Sale. HENRY KYLE, Broker.
09 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRENCH WINE BY AUCTION

FRENCH WINE BY AUCTION

Tumi J. FIM and CO. will qlfcr for SALE AUCTION, R. Fiankjin’s Offiee, Commercial Buildings, on THURSDAY, th«%llth APRIL, at One o' clock, the under montioned lots Claret: Hhds. U-ovHle, Ufcds. Larose, . 7 La tour, Lafitto, Montou, Also in Bottle, Cases it dozen each-28 Cases Li
09 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
. 4—106

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09 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
all thaaa pclaaiptaa tha Irish daapetltm bill their trial Jmrg, palladium of aalMy and liberty of Eogliabmao ; their uerihac

all thaaa pclaaiptaa tha Irish daapetltm bill their trial Jmrg, palladium of aalMy and liberty of Eogliabmao ; their uerihac

of latt reaanraa wyatahad, th» rifit to oompUio, their awaapiag imdrmnity to lit military, and aubjwtiog them oo other paoithment, aaee toorta.martial; that*, tha leading fta* lures of tha Irish dcapotisa Mil, sink deeply into the minds of thinking and tenoning pert of tha Briti
09 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN RICHEY OFFERS for Sale, at his Stores, on the Sugar House Quatt, 300 Hhth. New New- York FLAXSEED, 20

JOHN RICHEY OFFERS for Sale, at his Stores, on the Sugar House Quatt, 300 Hhth. New New- York FLAXSEED, 20

Sucks do. English CLOVERSEED, 50 Barrels VETCHES, 60 Tons Prime Sicily BARILLA, j 30 Bales Alican'e Do. 50 Tons Galway KELP, 35 Cashs V. C. TALLOW, 10 Hhds. Scale SUGAR, 8 Puncheons Old Molt $ Corn WHISKEY J. R. begs to remind his Friends he is, as usual, supplied with NEW GARDE
09 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CHARGE.

CHARGE.

Permanent Debt Terminable Annuities Interest on Exchequer Bill* issued me«( the charge the Consolidated Fund ... Sinking Fund The Civil List ... ••• Other Charges the Consolidated Fund, including Civil Government Services, formerly paid out of the Civil List, or the Hereditary R
09 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
4,701,137

4,701,137

09 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
2,475,968 2,894,451

2,475,968 2,894,451

09 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LAWSON AND CO., PARADE, CORK. THE Friends of the late Mary Lawson are respectfully informed that Business will carried on

LAWSON AND CO., PARADE, CORK. THE Friends of the late Mary Lawson are respectfully informed that Business will carried on

as hitherto by her Brother R. B. Lawsok, who, in soliciting from them, as Public in general, continuance of their kind rtjror grateful acknowledgments fop the many favours alrea^jj/^teived. They trust to the Establishment, will not accounts to be furnished. Hosiery in its sclera
09 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland