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•/ Only 10,000 Tickets.

•/ Only 10,000 Tickets.

Only 10,000 Tickets. STEAM PACKETS, commanded by Officers the Royal Navy, nail for the undermentioned Ports from the General Steam-Packet Office, 11, Eden-quay, Dublin. The intended times of Departure DECEMBER, 1833, are as under:— FOR BRISTOL, The KILLARNEY and EXPRESS, every an
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JACKSON and CO,, DRESSING-CASE, WORK-BOX, and WRITING-DESK MANUFACTORY, JEWELLERY, and GENERAL FANCmWE HOUSE, 110, GRAFTON-STREET, Dublin, \ f Have just

JACKSON and CO,, DRESSING-CASE, WORK-BOX, and WRITING-DESK MANUFACTORY, JEWELLERY, and GENERAL FANCmWE HOUSE, 110, GRAFTON-STREET, Dublin, \ f Have just

received their WINTER ASSORTMEN'fify /nd the Articles having been personally selected in YtSJI and London, combine the most tasteful and fashionable supply that has ever appeared in Dublin, and which they are determined to dispose the lowest possible profit for ready money : Gol
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

lfy $ rbc Earl of i* amongst the late fashionable arrivals »t, AFFAIR OF HONOR. i THE ARMY Cheltenham. 81R JOHN M. DOYLE AND ADBIIKAL SARTORIL'S. MILITARY wc •*' ;.%ij Sir Edmund Hayes and wile are on a visit Lord Lofton's," The following U copy of the correspondence which Regim
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR J.M. DOYLB TO ADMIRAL 6ARTORICS.

SIR J.M. DOYLB TO ADMIRAL 6ARTORICS.

SIR J.M. TO ADMIRAL 6ARTORICS. December 23d, 1833. SIR —My friend Lord Dunboync having informed me, consequence of his interview with you, that I laboured under an erroneous impression, in supposing that your conuuct towards me, in the transaction which took place in the equadron
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE— FRIDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE— FRIDAY.

HaAi>-OrriCE.---€liza was brought before the Magistrates of this office, charged with purchasing shirt belonging John M'Lean, a private the Scow Fust - leers Guards. She admitted the fact, and was sentenced the Magistrates to pay fine five jmunds under the mutiny act, which bein
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUSICAL EDUCATION. MR. LOGIER respectfully informs Parents, such are Interested In the Musical Educate youth, but are yet unacquainted with

MUSICAL EDUCATION. MR. LOGIER respectfully informs Parents, such are Interested In the Musical Educate youth, but are yet unacquainted with

his sWemfof Tuition, that they will have opportunities alTordcdThem of witnessing that peculiar method which he pursued for nearly eighteen yearn. In giving Instruction In the theory and practice Music, both Great Britain snd the Continent —it being hla intention open hie Academ
09 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CASE OF LIBEL.

CASE OF LIBEL.

CASE LIBEL. The King v. Grant and others.— This was a criminal information obtained Alderman Winchester and Mr. Briggs, his solicitor, for a libel. The circumstances arose out of transactions connected with the sale of the Sun newspaper. Sir JAMES SCARLETT, with whom was Mr. FOLL
09 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON BIARKETS—DBC.24.

LONDON BIARKETS—DBC.24.

In the last week the Import of foreign butter was 2,.i0, casks, of Irish 7415 Orkius, and of bacon bales. The market still continued in heavy state prices or demand cannot note the least variation since this day se'nnlght; however, feeling prevails generally among the trade of a
27 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DE LESSART, DENTIST, 7, WILLIA] STREET, successor to his Father, the inyen of BLAKE'S COMPOSITION. / . Two advantages recommend

DE LESSART, DENTIST, 7, WILLIA] STREET, successor to his Father, the inyen of BLAKE'S COMPOSITION. / . Two advantages recommend

him—first, bMshed standing and fixed residence seconi not made of ingredients, nor miracle, but solely by mechanical quired nicetyoFhand an 3 ey6. -
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AGRICULTURE—DRILL HUSBANDRY.

AGRICULTURE—DRILL HUSBANDRY.

About five weeks since we published a statement of the singular method adopted by Mr. Stringer, of Glasnevir in sowing wheat, by which he had a produce of twenty, five barrels an acre, although the entire quantity of seed sown on the six acres was but fourteen stone ? a geotlema
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland