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CONTRACTS FOR PAPER, PARCHMENT,

CONTRACTS FOR PAPER, PARCHMENT,

QUILLS, AND OTHER STATIONERY STORES. Comptroller of the Stationery Office is JL ready to receive Tenders from Persons willing ply the above Articles for the use the Public Departments in Ireland. Particulars of Contract enn procuj*d and Samples seen at the Stationery Office, Cus
09 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£lOO REWARD,

£lOO REWARD,

REWARD, WHEREAS, on tlic night of thcOtli March, inst; ( Fire broke out in the Dwelling-House and Premises of OWEN R. M'DONNELL, Market-street, Sligo ; and whereas the entire of the Ground Story, or Shop ©an thereof, with the gooda therein, were entirely consumed. 'And whereas it
09 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1835.

THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1835.

| in lii* hand, the disproportion between the amount of tithes received in the various parishes, sod the number of Iters of the Established Church in Ireland.] Nov/, Sir, take any number these, and 1 believe instances without end I might produced from the knowledge and personal
02 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Glebes—Bishops’ Lands, &c £837,456 Army (Force) from 1825 to 1832 from 19,000 to

Glebes—Bishops’ Lands, &c £837,456 Army (Force) from 1825 to 1832 from 19,000 to

Glebes—Bishops’ Lands, &c £837,456 Army (Force) from to 1832 from 19,000 23,000 m»*n Police Forces. £300,000 Tithe Processes, from 1817 In Ecclcsisa-'tiral 3,418 By Civil Bill Process 89,905 Annua' 80,000 Grant* (Liberality) Charter Schools.^— £1,378.369 For Glebes, &c 415 The nu
02 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMPANION TO TSK SCRIPTURES. Ju*t rtadjr, and Cheaper Edition, in t rola. port 8»o. Price 16a., Travels to Jerusalem and

COMPANION TO TSK SCRIPTURES. Ju*t rtadjr, and Cheaper Edition, in t rola. port 8»o. Price 16a., Travels to Jerusalem and

THE HOLY LAND, Through Egypt. By th« VitcouNT ds Translated from the Freoeh, Fredario Shoberl. London PubUahcd for Hkhet CoLau»K,by R. Bkntliv. Agents for Scotland—Menrs. Bell and BaaDrurs, Edinburgh ; for Ireland—.Mr. JOHN GUMMING, Dublin. Orders received by all Booksellevab
28 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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28 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW PUBLICATIONS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

atnit, April 15- The quarterly review, No. cyi., will be PUBLISHED TO-MORROW. I. French and German Travailar* in the, United Mas. ir. Meter's Voyage Roond the World. X 111. Hope’s History Architecture. X IV. Michaud’s Trarda in the Mh r V. Major Downing’s Letters. VI. Lyell's Ge
28 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE DRAWING-ROOM,

IN THE DRAWING-ROOM,

Two superb very large sired French Mirror*, two small do. ; French and Foreign Tables ; French Chairs stuffed and straw seated ; Sofa and Covers ; Carpet, Lustres, Ac. Ac. THE PANTRY, set of blue and white Dinner Service ; Porcelain Breakfast Service; various matters of Glass, f
28 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY THIS COMPANY.

ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY THIS COMPANY.

A very low rate of Premium, particularly the younger and middle Ages of Life, by which tire same amount, required by other Offices toensure will secure JOI2OO, whether the claim arise sooner nr bUer, and without the liabilities of Partnership. Permission to pass, in decked vesse
28 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

Ross Keogh, and another, A TfrURSUANT to Or- Plaintiffs. ders made in this (Ause, John Keogh, and others, > bearing the Defendants. 28th day o/tflebruarjl and ■ " ■■ *2d day of rfcpeliber, 1834, I will on Tuesday, the day of December iptant. It the hour of One o’Clock in the aft
28 April 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland