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NAVAL ARSENAL AT HAULWWLINE.

NAVAL ARSENAL AT HAULWWLINE.

NAVAL ARSENAL AT EXPECTATION OTTER AIUYAI Si* JAKES GRAHAM, AND THE ADMIRALTY AT COVR.— At length can announce with certainty the immediate arrival the Lords of the Admiralty Cove, consisting of Sir James Graham, Admirals Ski Thomas Hardy and G. ; L. Dundas, for the purpose Inspe
23 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOEJS SIMPLE ESTATE TO SOLD T km House, DenwM and l>and« of PRIOR PARK, bear thaCouoty of the Estate of

TOEJS SIMPLE ESTATE TO SOLD T km House, DenwM and l>and« of PRIOR PARK, bear thaCouoty of the Estate of

the late WALLEE, Esq*, containing in the entire *GSA. •nd. 37*., English statute mwwswre, of the House and Demesne. Division contains 208 A. 3a. 22p., like measure, and the remainder, is held by respectable and solvent tenanta»at will. The House most substantially built, and sui
06 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCEBY.

CHANCEBY.

Charles John Gardiner,*! ! Esq , der' bearing ;date th'c Plaintiff; - day Apgust iust., The Right honorable Mar- land made In this Cause, garet, Countess of Blesin- will ou THURSDAY, the ton and Others, day of OCTOBER next, oMhe Defendants. hour of one o'clock^Jpffße J afternoon
06 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS OF TWO JNDIAMEN.

LOSS OF TWO JNDIAMEN.

Dovem, SEFT. 2.—The accounts from Calais and Boulogne are of the most disastrous kind; Is reported that upwards of a dozen vessels have been lost between Dun kirk and Boulogne. A Dutch East Indiaman was struck with a tremendous sea, to the eastward of Calais, and went insthntly
06 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO WEXFORD.

TO WEXFORD.

Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday morning, at o'clock precisely. LEAVING WEXFORD Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at o'clock A. ii., for Dublin. TO GOREY Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 o'clock A. M., precisely. LEAVING GOREY Every Tncsday, Thursday, and Saturd
04 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONUMENT TO THE LATE MR. SNEYD.

MONUMENT TO THE LATE MR. SNEYD.

A commendable feeling; of delicacy on the part of the immediate friend* of this moat estimable and lamented Gentleman checked the progress of requisition which wo* in course signature for the convening of a meeting of the citizen* erect some suitable testimonial to his revered a
02 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

The Lord Bishop of Kilialoe will bold his visitation of the diocets of Killaloe and Kilfenora, on Thursday, the day of September next. THEATRICAL CHIT CHAT. Macready has concluded an engagement with Mr. Bann for next season.—Stansbury, of Covent Garden, is engaged as director of
02 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
MK. BOND LOWE,

MK. BOND LOWE,

Then la not an la tin Community whoae life the pistol the bus beta often aimed, the dagger aaMeeia ao frequently raised, aa agalnat that of Mr..aaonas BOMB LOWB. And wherefore ie ? la to all the relatione private life—aa friend, landlord, realdent gentleman, everything that even
11 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND CANAL SCRIP OF 1817< INASMUCH as some of said Scrip have not yet availed themselves of the Company's of

GRAND CANAL SCRIP OF 1817< INASMUCH as some of said Scrip have not yet availed themselves of the Company's of

lltb June, 1831, Notice Is hereby the Court of Directors of the Grand Canal havjristutoted their Brokers, Messrs. WILLIAMS and WMOstreet, to givo at the rate of*7s/. British for every 100/. laic currency, or any fractional sum of said Scrip which shall be brought be cancelled o
09 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland