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NEWSPAPER FOR SALE.

NEWSPAPER FOR SALE.

XN consequence of the demise the late Croprletor, highly respectable Provincial Journal, servative principles, In the South of I reland twice weak, will disposed of on favourable any Genltansß whose taste and habits may suit* will be found dealrablw investment. - ' w The Types,
05 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT.

DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT.

The Evening Post is this night particularly interesting, on account of the full, complete, and, so to speak, graphic report which we give of the Debates of Friday'. Though very ample, its entire perusal will fully repay the reader for the time he may bestow upon it. We shall hav
10 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON, Fxa. 28. —A Cabinet Council was held

LONDON, Fxa. 28. —A Cabinet Council was held

morning at the Foreign Office, Downing-street. The Council was summoned for the early hour of ten o'clock, by which time all bad assembled. The Council remained in deliberation rather more than two hours. A Cabinet Council was held at two o’clock, yesterday aftarday, at the Fore
03 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SI I CATION WANTED.

SI I CATION WANTED.

CATION WANTED. A YOUNG MAN from the Lothiar.3 land, wishes Situation a<: Steward ; lias knowledge of the first improvement in Agriculture, andr well versed in the management of S'ock. Hr has recommendation from the first Noblemen in the Scutiand. Letters addressed G C., at Hcmcs’
14 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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7V Gnm* is up.

7V Gnm* is up.

Gnm* is up. At six this evening, tbe Opposition, of whom shoot three hundred arc expected to are to entertain their Leader, Lord John Russell, at fete Freemasons*Tcvero. The list comprises almost all the liberal English. Irish, end Scotch Members, who adhere to the cause of Refor
31 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
motion, hope that the Hot. Menber for ( * limiherton) would exerclae meat and tllovv motiont from hie House to

motion, hope that the Hot. Menber for ( * limiherton) would exerclae meat and tllovv motiont from hie House to

be proceeded wUb, whilst be stopped them when «ey came from the opposite side. , Mr. BROTHERTON said, that be would ouce show that desired act with perfect impartiality moving as an amenument, that the Hou*e should adjourn. . Sir H. PEEL said he merely threw out the suggestion f
31 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ERSITY I NT.

ERSITY I NT.

At the Hebrew Examinations held in College, at the end of Hilary Term, the following Students obtained Premiums out the Fund granted by his Grace the Lord Primate, for the encouragement Hebrew leerning. In the Senior Bachelor Claes, Sir Trayer, Sir Murphy, end Sir Collins. In th
31 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS— March 23. Earl of SiiArrEsauaT presided io absence of tha Lord Chancellor. The Noble Earl presented petition

HOUSE OF LORDS— March 23. Earl of SiiArrEsauaT presided io absence of tha Lord Chancellor. The Noble Earl presented petition

from a parish in Stirling praying for protection the Established Church. Petitions to the same effect were presented Lord Wharncliffe, the Earl of Rosaberry, from Dumfries, tod the Duke of Richmond, from .' * The Duke of WELLINGTON moved tbut there laid upon the table copy of co
26 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH MEMBERS—MUSCAT NEXT.

IRISH MEMBERS—MUSCAT NEXT.

It will on thr'evening of Monday that the the great struggle will be made, on Lord John Russell's motion. The result of this struggle is all important to this country, as deciding the fate the Ministry, and involving the vital question 'opriation. There can be little doubt of th
26 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland