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FEMALE FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER.

FEMALE FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER.

A PROMENADE DRESS.—A dress of striped mouieJln* de sole, the colours lilac and green white ground, with pencilled leaf introduced on each stripe. The corsage low, long sleeves, with bouffant tops ; a mantilla, white jaconet, assumes rather new form the ends front are long and ro
02 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAXULSTS.

MAXULSTS.

London, Friday, August SO.— was little new Wheat preaeni. thi« m<»rninjf, fiill sale* were languid. Hurley rather dearer. Oats suppor'ed Monday’s prices, but the demand not brisk. Beans and Peas unaltered. Liverpool, Friday, Aug. —Crain —Our market, morning. w«s exceedingly neit
02 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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SAB. Belfast; Oronr.E SrnrT. Nrwn/. Kki.i.y Son, Snrkvillp-Street, Dublin; I*. Conway, Montrath-Street, and Bachelor’s Walk. Bittn; W. H. Miu.fr, Lower Ormond Quay, Ditto; BnRFRT Yol’NG. Cor/l ; James Cleary - . Ditto; Lancer Cleary, Ditto; Bowles Ditto; William Richardson. Lime
02 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOOK-KEEPING.

BOOK-KEEPING.

I Even ••Glover’s'* works 1 cannot put frozen upon ; Though ever since lost •* Foote,** My “Bunyan” has been gone. My ••Hoyle” with “Cotton” went j oppressed •• Taylor” too must fall; I To save my “Goldsmith” from arrest. In valo I offered “Bajie.” I ••Prior" sought, but could n
02 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GIRDLENESS LIGHTHOUSE.

GIRDLENESS LIGHTHOUSE.

Giedlxness Lighthouse is placed on the Headland of that name in the County of Kincardine. It is situate in lat. 570 North, and in Long. 2o 3 West; and immediately off it lies the sunken Rock called the Girdle, This Lighthouse bears from the North Pier of Aberdeen, S. by W., dist
07 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEMBER MEETING. ■-WEDNESDAY. ieas. For all horses. I«d .... ns., .. .. 9 imrock, yrs. .. 3 ovs. 3 yr.

MEMBER MEETING. ■-WEDNESDAY. ieas. For all horses. I«d .... ns., .. .. 9 imrock, yrs. .. 3 ovs. 3 yr.

old course, cy, Roller, 3 yrs. 4*yr«. Bst. .. 2 Lord Portarlington’s yrs. 7«t; 3lb, .. Mr Beere's ch. f. Ada, 7lb. .. Colonel Synge’s b. c. Elfin Page., 4 yrs. 7st. 61b. 5 Winner pate forfeit. FOURTH DAY—THURSDAY. King’s Plate of 100 gs. for three years old; Bst. each. Colonel W
07 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEICESTERSHIRE CATTLE AND SHEEP.

LEICESTERSHIRE CATTLE AND SHEEP.

TO be SOLP by AUCTION, on TUESDAY, the lOth of SEPTEMBER next, at CASTLE-1 RICKARD, in the County of Meath, the property of George Luca* Nugent, Esq., sereral High-bred Cow* and Heifers, in Calf to his Bull that obtained the Gold Medal the last Cattle Show. Also a year old Bull,
03 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS GOOLD.

THOMAS GOOLD.

The above Sale is adjourned to Monday, the 11th day of November next, at the hour and place above mentioned Dated this 30th day of July, 1833. For particulars apply to Messrs. Mills and Echlin, Plaintiffs* Solicitor, 12, Gloucester-street, or to C. Macartney, Esq., Solicitor fo
03 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A CAUTION.

A CAUTION.

A SPURIOUS Preparation of the French Pills, fraudulently concealed under similar Label and Signature, is now being sold in Dublin. Dr. Smith, therefore, caution* the unprincipled Venders, and also apprises the Public, that these Pills are sold in Dublin, genuine, only at his Res
03 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Stock MiU't'K Ireland, The only foreign news is from Naples ; a letter, dated the 10th of August, says, «. The state of affairs becomes alarming ; I cannot picture lovou the fermentation that prevails in the provinces, and the' great anxiety in the capital. At the moment lam wri
03 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland