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02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT .Mcctirn oQJiaiiub?crd)ers to th<; UALLINAMOREm/jnlTUBtVn .’OINT DISPENSA HIES, held of ALLINAMOUE, on the 2Sth of last April, was proposed

AT .Mcctirn oQJiaiiub?crd)ers to th<; UALLINAMOREm/jnlTUBtVn .’OINT DISPENSA HIES, held of ALLINAMOUE, on the 2Sth of last April, was proposed

and unanimously adopted-—That the thanks of the Meeting were due and then given to Doctor William Irwis, hi* departure for Castlcblanoy, for his constant and unremitting assiduity in promoting the object of that Institution, llallinamore, 10th July, 1535«
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENTLEMEN, MILLERS, DISTILLERS, Ac. JOHN SMITH, formerly of Earl-strcot, now at 115, Jamcs's-strMt, acquaint bis Friends, original Customers, that has

GENTLEMEN, MILLERS, DISTILLERS, Ac. JOHN SMITH, formerly of Earl-strcot, now at 115, Jamcs's-strMt, acquaint bis Friends, original Customers, that has

resumed the Wire Machinery its branches also the building of Mill-stone«, from the best French Burr, selected himself: and assures them ho wilt strictly attend to match the Grit—so essential to Millers—and hopes that those Gentlemen, who so kindly patronised him for seventeen re
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY—T 2,600.

MONEY—T 2,600.

TO be Lent, on real freehold or chattel Property, or l\ro sums, during minority. The intcirst must satisfactorily «ccurcd to paid punctually in Dublin. Apply (if letter, post-paid,) to Messrs. Kellt and Sox, 50, Dominick-sircet.
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVANTAGEOUS VESTM T. COOLA FLOUR AS!) OAT MILLS, COVXTY WESTMEATH. THE former can make Six Hundred Rags of Flour in

ADVANTAGEOUS VESTM T. COOLA FLOUR AS!) OAT MILLS, COVXTY WESTMEATH. THE former can make Six Hundred Rags of Flour in

tlio week i tjm Corn Mill ti.n a Kiln that can Dry Forty Barrels at a cast ; also Two Handsome Residences, Acres of prime Land. The above will Let with or without land, or a Partner would he treated with. These Premises are near Kilbcggan, and water carriage canal Dublin. Propos
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL SCHOOL, BANAGHER

ROYAL SCHOOL, BANAGHER

TH I' Course of Education cpfnpriscs the Latin and Greek Classics, with Composition in those Languages—French, English in its branches, comprising Grammar, Reading, Mathematics, Recitation, &c., taught on improved system. Religious Instruction is combined with the business of th
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARTICULAR.

PARTICULAR.

News, Foreign cr Domestic, there literally none, for suppose the reader will not imagine that place any stress whatever on the stupid twaddle of T Mai/, as to change of Ministers. This is the sort thing which these pitiful fellows will be spouting, until the close of the Session
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Robert Henry French, Eaq.,"| “pURSUANT the Plaintiff. I Decree pronounced in Edward Dunne, Esq., and | this Cause, bearing date

Robert Henry French, Eaq.,"| “pURSUANT the Plaintiff. I Decree pronounced in Edward Dunne, Esq., and | this Cause, bearing date

the Frances, his wife, Francis oglh day of January, 1831, Dunne, Esq., and others, I { will, on Friday, the day Defendants. I ©f July next, the hour of ■ ■■ J One o’Clock, at Chambers, on the Inns qoay, Dublin, set up and Sell Public Cant, to the highest and the fee and inherita
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
, , . _ rr EXETMR ttALL MENAGERIE. C»p*»lo Croftoe, C.C , pr«enr«« •'•o* der, proceeded *lt« Church, «Uend(-<i by

, , . _ rr EXETMR ttALL MENAGERIE. C»p*»lo Croftoe, C.C , pr«enr«« •'•o* der, proceeded *lt« Church, «Uend(-<i by

the Julies ami » r %Vc lo apologise to our iwders for encumlH ring oi'f military parte, both and foot, for purpose of pages tritli report of tlic Onngc prooeediugs in Eseter. Ih. Tbe Gallant Captain forcibly entered the Church, 'o ■ , , , ■ la tbe middle of dirioe service, lo tb
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland