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W. IRVING S TOUR IN THE PRAIRIES.

W. IRVING S TOUR IN THE PRAIRIES.

W. IRVING S TOUR THE PRAIRIES. A hurry of matter prevented us from noticing this pleasing, hut somewhat hasty volume at the lime of its publication.—— Tour, by. the-bye, an odd word, for an excursion among the Savages—and the half barbarous American out-dwellers on the wilderness
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASIIIOffAHLE MTSCELLAST.

FASIIIOffAHLE MTSCELLAST.

On Friday evening their EsceJleuciea the F.arl andCo intCMof Mul. jrave, entertained dinner the following perannageiFori Howlh , Howth, M. tie Tocqueville, M. do ncaumont. Lady Suncieille, the lion. Mr. Macdonald, Colonel Hay, Mrs. Hay, Caidain Mrs. Wynyanl, Captain Compton, Mr.
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH LOCAL TAXATION.

IRISH LOCAL TAXATION.

A bill his been introduced by Sir Richard Mu>grare for th»* alteration and improvement of our present system local taxi* tion. It la entitled ** A bill for the Administration of Civil Affairs of a Local Nature in Ireland.’* Although the title it aooiearhat obscure, the bill itse
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EARL OF DEVON.

THE EARL OF DEVON.

stared that had received a letter from the Earl of Devon, thanking their Lonlftbipa for their vote of approbation of his conduct during the period he filled the office of Clerk of the Parliament. On the motion of Lord MELBOURNE, the Noble Earl'a Letter was ordered entered the Jo
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/MIS// MARKETS.

/MIS// MARKETS.

CORK, Jtirt CoaN—l here was no corn to day »rt quantity <4 Red Wheat and barley Uruuabt in Saturdar f-n only nominal price* could quoted but Oal», of thefi aU • •* ■ ■T* * c f The at itar* - lart week—lbO barreU W heal. of Baric*, and TUI Oat* o-.n* « is*; hoiAboid *. t. 1 tpiah
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD MULGRAVE.

LORD MULGRAVE.

Lord M‘ilgrkvc i» u> have i.Vcga/procession on his entrance into Limerick, Tuesday next ; and pre,*.irati-*in, on nio?t riotous •ca'c. |be making for the nroaching display in tliu- celebiated iuDurb Garryowen.— forfuag Mint. Poor dtvil ! Nothing can more paltry than the spite yo
28 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC TRA XQ VILLI TV

PUBLIC TRA XQ VILLI TV

PUBLIC TRA XQ VILLI During our experience, now, alas a pretty long one, do not recollect any period in which this country enjoyed general and so profound state of tranquillity, except a few very unpardonable ebullitions parly /eal in parts of the North of Ireland. At tnc same lim
28 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i isniox.ini.e imcEr.j.Axr

i isniox.ini.e imcEr.j.Axr

On Salurdiy Excellrncy cnlcrtxmcd » .lini.ei pxrty in.' Viceregal L-idge ; the following personager were the company —Lnr.l Cantelupc, lord Thynne, I-ord Sidney Oabome. the Hon, I Phippa, General sir Edward EUkoney, Mr. Drumtuond, I ndcr Secretary of Slate', Sir \V nr. O'Malle*.
28 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW ON WOOLWICH COMMON

REVIEW ON WOOLWICH COMMON

REVIEW WOOLWICH COMMON The Kinij, l*y the Queen, Duke Curn* htr'i.ind. Duke and Duchess’ of Prince Geo and Princess Aujjnsta Cambridge, and a numernut auite. arrived on Woolwich Common on Friday about o clock. Hi« Majesty, who in most excellent health and | spirits, wore Field un
28 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

Thi Holt Aiuanc*”— I«po*t*st —Prime intelligence, from Vienne, confirms report preeiouely spre.ir! abroc'. to the effect that the Emperor Ferdinand war *to aecede from the Holy Alliance. Ferdinand has sig. nific * his determination neither to be personally present, nor to repres
21 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland