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CHARGES AS IN PARIS.

CHARGES AS IN PARIS.

Caution.— Messrs. Mai.i.an conceive it necessary to caution the Public against imposition—they are the only Proprietors and Discoverers of the MINERAL SUCCEDANEUM. N.B.—All letters sent to the above Establishments will be attended to. Hours of Attendance, daily, from Ten to Five
20 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. GALWAY.—TO be SOLD b\ Private Contract, the FIDANE ESTATE, containing in Plantation Measure, 1307 A. 2R. 3P., with A.

CO. GALWAY.—TO be SOLD b\ Private Contract, the FIDANE ESTATE, containing in Plantation Measure, 1307 A. 2R. 3P., with A.

3R. 12P. of improvcable Bog and Waste ; of this there are 761 111. P., in the possession of the Vender, under Stock, ami is of the best feeding quality, including House and very handsome Demesne, well circumstanced. Also, a comfortable Lodge with Offices, &c., on which £5OO has
20 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK ASSIZES.

CORK ASSIZES.

Those Assizes commenced on Wednesday. Baron Pennefathcr charged the Grand Jury, said— Though 1 cannot congratulate you on the lightness of your calendar, yet as some of the gravest crimes have not been committed for some time, I hope the character of the county has improved. But
17 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Under the Direction ot the Committee of General Lite* rature and Education, appointed by the Society for tooting Christian Knowledge.

Under the Direction ot the Committee of General Lite* rature and Education, appointed by the Society for tooting Christian Knowledge.

READINGS in Selection b best ENGLISH WETS, from Spencer the Present Time ; and Specimens several AMERICAN POETS of deserved reputation ; with a History of English Poetry, and Essay on Versification. Cloth lettered, '4s. 6d. London John W. Parker, Stfand; and WILLIAM CURRY, Jsm.
19 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TITHE BILL,

THE TITHE BILL,

will be seen our Parliamentary Reports that the second reading of this leg&Hced robbery of the Protestant Clergy, has been e&rried by large majority. For own parts we are free confess that notwithstanding the hardships our poor Clergymen have suffered, and the privations they ha
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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RECOGNITION OF DONNA MARIA.

RECOGNITION OF DONNA MARIA.

is reported in the Ministerial circles that credentials been tent to Lord WlOlain Russell, in Lisbon, the Ambassador from this Court to that of the Qoeen; hot it added that there are certain restrictions the circumstances under which they are to be used.—Sua. Coonte which to«Ht
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL OF THE UNION:

REPEAL OF THE UNION:

" The Proteatanto of Ireland [will] tee that whilst, •eet, they hare nothing lose, they, a* Irtebmen, bare everything to gain by the restoration of the legitlatire independence of Ireland 1 '" The foregoing l« a remarkable Mr. O'Conaiu'-i jfrit chapter of renewed able make the l
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ci:rk for Spasmodic Cholera.—Mr. Jenkins, of Prescot-street, informs that has succeeded curing twenty-five cases blue cholera with pills, each containing

Ci:rk for Spasmodic Cholera.—Mr. Jenkins, of Prescot-street, informs that has succeeded curing twenty-five cases blue cholera with pills, each containing

onetwelfth of grain strychnia, and two grains of confection of roses; one given every quarter of hour, and after some time, every half hour hour. has given three grains in 33 hours. —London Medical and Surgical iournal. The remunerations which the commissioners inquiry into Iris
17 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
-tionfw'" i l b,*mad« they Eluded from future the invretigatioo. flowing were 'then iworn Ry*". store-keoper Mr, his two porters,

-tionfw'" i l b,*mad« they Eluded from future the invretigatioo. flowing were 'then iworn Ry*". store-keoper Mr, his two porters,

Sfcioii Molloy Riellrv: Michael Brannagnn, the Dock the two Dock Watchmen, Patrmk William Dun^hy; CapU... Mof()ock Master, and John Hhepoe, Matter w*» adjourned at 4 to 12 next day precitely. . V proceeding* were cont.nued yesterday again »J^>x r »td till this day. ,M»ed termina
17 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland