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PRICE FIVE PENCE

PRICE FIVE PENCE

* 1 ' ' CHANCERY Rev/Anthony PackH PURSUANT the and others, JL Decree made this I'laintiffg Cause, bearing date the 27th Samoel Mathew*, Esq., and June, 1828, andthescvc- others, ral orders bearing date the ff Defendants. 13th of March. of June, / J and 4th of August, 1829,/ 21s
27 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIDOW LADY, of highly respectable cont'iiektoflft, .residing In a gen&cl and healthmi part of .HDubiin*. wishes to take TWO YOUNG

WIDOW LADY, of highly respectable cont'iiektoflft, .residing In a gen&cl and healthmi part of .HDubiin*. wishes to take TWO YOUNG

LAX)ftS. from to fourteen years of age, to BOARD CATE, and in every respect to be treated with nsUrnal care. The Lady flatters herself that, on inquiryl\*iich a home would he found most desirable any Aijfdren committed her care. She is of the Established The most respectable ref
27 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HEBREW.

HEBREW.

GREEK PREMIUMS —White, Irwin, Dowling, Mangan sen, Ivie, Parker, Wilme, Wallace, Collins sen, Tisdall. CERTIFICATES— Rcid, Hogan sen, Shcrrard, Mecredy sen, Smyth 2dus. LATIN. PREMIUMS— White, Reid, Mangan sen, Dowling, Hogan jun, Parker, Ivie, Wilme, Collins sen, Mecredy sen, T
27 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPINIONS OK THIS WORK.

OPINIONS OK THIS WORK.

4 • This publication must ensure a prodigious success, for vonderfully convenient, and « oonderfully cheap. We have seen no work more attractive in every way than ' The Standard Novels.'" Literary Gazette. cannot sufficiently applaud a design that gives us the beet standard work
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLISHED BT WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH AND WILLIAM CURRY, UN., AND CO., DUBLIN. HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ; from the

PUBLISHED BT WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH AND WILLIAM CURRY, UN., AND CO., DUBLIN. HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ; from the

Assembly of the Notables in 1785* to the Establishment of the Directory in 1795. By ARCHIBALD ALISON, F.R.S.E., ADVOCATE, In Two large Vols. Bvo., price 1/. '* These volumes narrate the events with an animation perfectly consistent with simplicity. Come Mr. Alison has reared a n
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHES—AN OFFICIAL CIRCULAR.

TITHES—AN OFFICIAL CIRCULAR.

_ Downing-gtreet, December 9. GENTLEMEN—I shall feel very much obliged you if you will fill up tho enclosed return, and send it back to me as soon as you conveniently can. will not be necessary that the return should be precisely accurate: all 1 should wish is, that you would ma
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
That was after yon got away from the soldiers ? Yes, was two years there. Mr. BENNETT —Von have not

That was after yon got away from the soldiers ? Yes, was two years there. Mr. BENNETT —Von have not

asked him the offence. Mr. O'CONNELL —Why, have you a fancy to hear It ? Well, yon must he indulged. Come, Haghes,what was it obliged you go to England " on the run The witness, turning to Baron Smith—Am I obliged to tell, your honour ? Mr. O'CONNELL —Indeed you are—you must ind
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
_* published, _ O EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. CCXVT For DECEMBER, 1833. CONTENTS. I. Songs of Captivity. Mrs. Hemans.—H. Hymfta of Life.

_* published, _ O EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. CCXVT For DECEMBER, 1833. CONTENTS. I. Songs of Captivity. Mrs. Hemans.—H. Hymfta of Life.

By Mrs. Hemans. No. Flowers and Mflsic a Sick Room.—lll. To a Lover of Autumn. BffMiss E. Hamilton. —IV. Lines Written in the Blank Leaf of Shelly's Poems.—V. I Saw Her But Once.—Vl. Melodies for Middle Age. No. I.—VII. The Sabbath Evening —VIII. St. Stephen's Day. By George Tre
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WESSELS' JESUITS'DROPS.—In the these Drops have for near 100 years past maintained their character specific for the Scurvy, Dropsy, Stfanguary,

WESSELS' JESUITS'DROPS.—In the these Drops have for near 100 years past maintained their character specific for the Scurvy, Dropsy, Stfanguary,

Weakness the Urinary Passage add General Debility but for their absolute and speedy cure of a certain Disease, WasssLß' JESCITS' Daors RSMSDY, arc the ONLY safe and expeditions Cure, and are 'innocent in their nature to require little no restraint. 'The object to attended ie, Pa
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland