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CUKRAGH ROYAL SEPTEMBER MEETING, 1835. MULCUAVE OtJl’, given His Excellency tlie Lord Lieulcnant, run for tlie Curragli, Tuesday «f the Scj>tcmber Meeting. Mnigrave I*QSi One mile lliree Horses (two years old y rd(tW) entered with tlic Hanger It the Stand bouse, Tue‘dir, day Aug
20 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONSIEUR GHYS’S CONCERT.

MONSIEUR GHYS’S CONCERT.

A morning concert was given on Tuesday Monsieur Ghv», the violinist, at the Kotundo; hut, owing to the uofavourabe stale of the weather, the Mtlendance was very thin. was assisted on the occasion by Mr. W.S. Conran, Air. Pigott, Mr. Wilkinson, and Signor Sapio, whose performance
20 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLUUH AAV UAT MILLS, A A I'AA.

FLUUH AAV UAT MILLS, A A I'AA.

FLUUH AAV UAT MILLS, A I'AA. CO. MEATH.—To LET, for such term as may be agreed on, the above Mills, situate in the centre the Town, the River Boyne, and having a constant supply of Water. The Flour Mill is extensive and commodious, six stories high, and capable of cutting down CO
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EQUITY EXCHEQUER, Thomas TMJRSUANT to tlir Plaintiff. j in lh»« Saint Gcorgp Gregg, Thomas } Cause, (tearing date the 6lli

EQUITY EXCHEQUER, Thomas TMJRSUANT to tlir Plaintiff. j in lh»« Saint Gcorgp Gregg, Thomas } Cause, (tearing date the 6lli

Mill*, Henry Daniel Gan. day f February, 1835. I ning, and John Sheppard, | hereby require all Peraon* Defendant*. | having charge* or incum■ ■ affecting the Mort. Lands and metmoned, prior to the day of April, day of September, 1529, and the 21st 1831, being the respective date
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN S. TOWNSEND.

JOHN S. TOWNSEND.

The Tenant must execute Leases forthwith and enter into Security Recognizance, himself and two sureties, for payment of the Kent and performance of the Covenants therein. For any further particulars apply to Mr. Aamaotn, Solicitor, No. 7, Upper Dorset-street. Dublin.
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE C Monday.

PRICE C Monday.

IRISH STOCKS. H’rdnet. Tkraday Friday. I Saturdy Bftnk Stock ; 2231 IrUh 3p CL Conoolt 89* BU{9O I Gov Drt 3jftp p.Ct.. 911 91)4 91 Do.3tock,*Vct... yef 96| I go- '**l 3lp.Ct. 98| O.CuialUlp.Ct... 8.4 6LCL.. , 90* j RofklCwulStock.. ; i Grand Canal Stock _ _ _ _ Dublin StMm C«a.
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

Majnty in ,utc on Thursday afternoon from 81. Jamaa'i, about tiro o’clock,, attendad usual, to prorogue Parliament, after a session of unexampled duration., The walnaas of the morning prevented the assembling of many persons are the habit of erowdiog the lioe of procession from
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND—LORD PLUNKET.

THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND—LORD PLUNKET.

OKANGE AFFAIRS. In the hope that we shall not for some time be obliged recur to the name or the exploits of the Illustrious' Duke, we tball proceed to redeem the promise we nude in our last* aneni Iba awkward discrepancy which subsists between the speech delivered by his Royal H
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE LODGES—SECOND REPORT,

ORANGE LODGES—SECOND REPORT,

We insert this day, as much of the Second Report of the Orange Committee as can possibly find room for. It certainly the most important document given the public during the present Session. We confess, though tolerably 1 well read in Orange affairs, had no idea the extent of the
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
nrctaio.v.

nrctaio.v.

Haring heard, upon oath, tbe evidence adduced support the above charge, together with what tbe accused has submit led in defence, W£ err of apaaiaa that Suh-Coastahle Monaghan was coming from house where an Orange was supposed to held, and has not luted satisfactorily ?ee his ba
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland