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Price sd) Chamberhin'i Office Mareb S, 18SS, IT b«ing determined that the regulation* to be obtarred at th« Drawings corns

Price sd) Chamberhin'i Office Mareb S, 18SS, IT b«ing determined that the regulation* to be obtarred at th« Drawings corns

at tha Caatla shall aa airnilate, as aa paariblas srith. those at bar Mgjcstj's Court at St. Jamat’s, the Chamberlain baa raosiaad biiEicellencyb eommands to fane the following nodes The Ladies who fiirpoao aWeading the Drawing-rooms are requested bring with' them Two Card), wit
07 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.

NOTICE TO BUILDERS.

THE respective Officers Lis Majesty’s Ordnance hereby give Notice, that they will receive Pro. posals from Persons willing enter into Contracts for performance of various services, at certain Ordnance Barrack Stations, in the Leinster, Munster, and ComiaLght Districts, from the
07 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WESTMINSTER SESSIONS.

WESTMINSTER SESSIONS.

John Edwards was indicted for picking pocket of John Galley Knight, Esq. On the slh of February last the prosecutor was walking between Hyde Park-earner and Knightabridge when felt pu'.l at his ckel, and on looking round law the prisoner arc of hi. companions. Ha seixed prisoner
07 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EQUITY EXCHEQUER

EQUITY EXCHEQUER

Won. Murphy, Emj., to the Plaintiff. | Decree of his Mnj Elizabeth Cogan, Widow. Court of Exchequer, and others, . land, made in Defendants . bearing date the of ■ ■ J December, I on Wednesday, the 22d day April next, at the One o’Clock in the afternoon, at my Charril>er«, on th
14 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Dublin EveningPc

The Dublin EveningPc

TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1835. TEAS BY AUCTION. SAMUEL DEW LEY AND SONS INTEND to Sell AUCTION, at the Commercial Buildings, on FRIDAY, the 20ih of March, at Twelve o’Clock, the following TEAS, jusi. Hellas, from Canton:— C 120 Chests } 100 Half V Bohea. f\ 65 Quarter Chesta Chests )
17 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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NEW PUBLICATIONS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

HEW WORKS, Ju*l pnbliihad by Rich.ET) Bevtlkt, 8, New BurlingtoaetrMt, London, FaMnber Ordinary to bi> Majesty. Agents for Scotland, Mob's. Bxll and Baaoruix, Kdin* burgh; for Ireland, Mr. JOHN GUMMING, Dublin. Id rola., poet Bro., The stranger in America, Cnaapn'siag Sic etches
17 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUN KXIMILvjES.

THE SUN KXIMILvjES.

Our columns (his day cont»in testimonial, from marv oi our Provincial Cootemporaiica to the exertions of Sun. in diffusing full rqwrt of the Debate and Division on the Amendment to the Addre-s. We leave the.c to speak lor themselves cordially thanking our friends for their sponu
05 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LOKDS— Feb. 26. fite o’clock the Lord Chancellor took the woolsack. The Noble and Learned Lord announced, that

HOUSE OF LOKDS— Feb. 26. fite o’clock the Lord Chancellor took the woolsack. The Noble and Learned Lord announced, that

the Lords vith white stares bad waited on bis Majesty with their Lord* ihip*’ sddreas, to which his Majesty had been pleased return the following most gracious answerl thank you for your loyal and dutiful address, and I receive with the greatest satisfaction your assurance that
03 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
neb u irntfex*! At peeee, btMineM, ud lift of the unfartnott* peeuntry. ( Hew, hew.) Whet I oely ■ek for

neb u irntfex*! At peeee, btMineM, ud lift of the unfartnott* peeuntry. ( Hew, hew.) Whet I oely ■ek for

Ireleod ia equal adalnletrallon of the law, sad that the people would bo told that the law too etroof and to ther ehoold aubuiil. (Hew, and loud eiteert.) Aid now, the Repeal of tha Union, would auapend it( Loud Heat,’ 1 from, both aidqa of the Houte)—io order to tire Aflt iidi
03 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLERGY OF IRELAND,

THE CLERGY OF IRELAND,

Lord CLONCURRY uk«d if it .s in contampUtion lo bring forward any mtasure for tha rcliaf of the Irish clergy who bad taka* wf tlfp,-Million Fund, and who war a now eallaa upon to pay tha firat instalment. . Tbt Duke of WELLINGTON the aubjcct would braugfetdarward to a-foar dayv-
03 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland