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UMBER ] An accoimst <.r mode of instruct in IRK, a« practised to the Model School, Kildnre place, Dublin. had

UMBER ] An accoimst <.r mode of instruct in IRK, a« practised to the Model School, Kildnre place, Dublin. had

at the Kihlare-plarc Society'* Depository.— Price l*.3d.!h hoards,'and la. in paper covers. April,
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALTERNATIVE.

ALTERNATIVE.

line-third of the Premium may be left unpaid to deducted from the sum assured, on a scale equal to interest per cent. Thus, at the age of 30, Twenty Guineas a year will in•ore to the first instance, reduced by 5d., the assured die within the first year ; by £59 2s. lid., if die
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
>ge. | Pint Smn Ye*r*. | Ne*t Seven Year*. | Every Year eftrr. » JI4 7 1 54 I 11

>ge. | Pint Smn Ye*r*. | Ne*t Seven Year*. | Every Year eftrr. » JI4 7 1 54 I 11

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
 
Her look I* to hi* eyes a beam

Her look I* to hi* eyes a beam

Of loveliness that never sou; Her voice Is his ear dream Of melody it ne’er forgets Alike motion or repose. Awake or slumbering, sure »o win. Her form, a vase transparent, shows he spirit’s light enshrined within. Kor charming only when she talks. Her very silence speaks and shi
29 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VETERINARY

VETERINARY

[EDICINES. GIBTON’S WORM and CONDITION POWDERS, which are the most certain and ta/e remedy in use, administered without making any alteration in either the labour at feeding the Horse, (being free from mercurial or antimonial preparations,) and given with little or no trouble to
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i®- £5OO CAPITAL. A a Seasonable Mamifacture, (termi- AA. nating the Ist October) ihs Wffnty Dublin, capable of yieldiag 40

i®- £5OO CAPITAL. A a Seasonable Mamifacture, (termi- AA. nating the Ist October) ihs Wffnty Dublin, capable of yieldiag 40

to 50 per cent, profit, with little risk, will be giren « Gentleman requiring the above aid of Capital, > an active or anonymous arrangement, as may be desired. Faithful and satisfactory references wiU be given and required. Applications from Principals only, by post paid letter
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY.

SATURDAY.

The meeting this day was the best of the week. Amongst the gentlemen on the sod and on the stand-house, noticed Lords Portarlington, Milltown, Colonel Sir M. Wallace, Col. Bagot, Col. Fitzgerald, Hon. Mr. Cole, Hon. Capt. Westenra, Messrs Battersby, Osborne, E. Kelly, W. Kelly,
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIDAY

FRIDAY

the order of the day being mad for going into Committee of Supply, the Marquis of Chardos after advertisg the distress of the agricultural districts and complaining that in the tha reduction of taxation the interests the farmers had been overlooked, moved amendment, the followin
30 April 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSESSED TAXES—MR. O CONNELL.

ASSESSED TAXES—MR. O CONNELL.

The London papers of Friday contain tong account of meeting held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, on (be preceding day, to petition parliament for a total repeal of tbc atseued taxes, particularly those oo bouses and windows. Tbe meeting was attended by Mr. O’Connell, Mr. Hume Si
29 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland