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"union assurance, iiueSi'Anne, A.D- (ANt> FIRHf'ASSURANCE, - ALSO ANNUITIES, DAK'E It-S Tit EE T, LONDON, AND , feGE-GREEN, DUBLIN, Wd

"union assurance, iiueSi'Anne, A.D- (ANt> FIRHf'ASSURANCE, - ALSO ANNUITIES, DAK'E It-S Tit EE T, LONDON, AND , feGE-GREEN, DUBLIN, Wd

by Act, of Parliament. If tKis Company,, with confipm its eminent, success, invite public Itant benefits which it is calculated to lie experience of more than a Century, i, for the whole the Insurer with ites in the surplus Profits, and the Preoth Fire and Life, are of the most
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1833. PRICE OF IRISH STOCKS. \SaLur4y. Monday. Tuesday Wedtiet- Thrsday, Friday. Bank Stock | I ' I

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1833. PRICE OF IRISH STOCKS. \SaLur4y. Monday. Tuesday Wedtiet- Thrsday, Friday. Bank Stock | I ' I

—211? I 2 I Irish 3 p.Ct Consols, i BC>i 86 ) BfcJ , 86i ExchMU. p.d. , [Gov. Deb.3| p.rt.J 87J| ( B7 86f UmStneMl nCt... Mi I UII WH 9»!i Do. Now, p.C’l. I i,f G.Canal L. p.CL., 5M ' Do. do. p.Ct,,.1 i S» B7J 8S Royal Canal Stock. . i 4l^ Grand Canal Stock j Co. Ireland. { —~ T
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
took place here the first news the late events Spain* SHIP CANAL—R AIXj-ROAD.—In the last page Consols, which opened at

took place here the first news the late events Spain* SHIP CANAL—R AIXj-ROAD.—In the last page Consols, which opened at

to for the account, closed at found an extract from the Sun of Monday, on the subject 86J. Some further sales are said to have take place on ShipJEanal. It cleverly done. The oddest thing, account of the Scotch Banks, though some asc..l them to certa j n pamphlet upon which onr
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the same quarters, we were by no means ignorant.

the same quarters, we were by no means ignorant.

the same quarters, were means ignorant. ORANGE INQUIRY We stated in our last, on the authority of a Contemporary, that the Loan Lieutenant had ordered a thorough investigation of the Orange proceedings of Tanderagee and Portadown in July last. learn that the Inquiry was opened ye
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIFTH DAY FRIDAY

FIFTH DAY FRIDAY

This day’s sport excited the utmost interest the sporting world, to the result of the race for the Peel Cup. The day was most favourable, and the attendance on the Standhouse very numerous. Sweepstakes sovs each, and the Peel Cup. Peel, Post. Col. WestenraVb c Freney, 3 yrs old,
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COK T* ORATION—YzSTmuA p

COK T* ORATION—YzSTmuA p

ORATION—YzSTmuA The High Sheriffs . the Chair. Jlr. Sisson observed, that a statement which was made recently in the ora-Exchange, respecting the corporation having refused to _ : ,- e every information to the Commissioners Corpoyate inquiry, was not founded in fact. Mr. •Thompso
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
potatoes

potatoes

The same party also warned three men, named Molony, to send away Kerry men in their employ, or that they would made sutler for not doing so. The party fired two shots before they dispersed. Attempt at Assassination. —On Saturday last, as Mr. I Guinness, of Dublin, the agent of C
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRAVELLING ON RAILROADS.

TRAVELLING ON RAILROADS.

The attention of the public being now so much drawn to the extension of the facilities obtained by means of travelling on railroads, and the many companies now embryo to render more perfect and expeditious the communication between the metropolis and distant parts of the country
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

At the instance of Sir Henry Parnell, two returns were last Session ordered by the House of Commons to be made and printed, of great interest to the financial reformer. One is a return of the quantity of certain articles which have paid duties of excise and customs for home cons
19 October 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland