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CORPORATION OF DUBLIN

CORPORATION OF DUBLIN

Wt h»te received » very long leiter, luring the cigneture of Mr. ScAßtrrx, a member, « believe, of the Common Council, and apparently very well verted in Corpor»i;„„ affairt. The subject matter of the communication referred to is, no doubt, of much importance the City of Dublin
11 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“ Leaving a Balance of undivided surw plus profit of ...

“ Leaving a Balance of undivided surw plus profit of ...

Leaving Balance of undivided surw plus profit of ... ... £102,56* II 9 u rta *«®ent the Directors proposed to increase the J £ ,v,< one per cent,, and recommended that dividend of P* l, cent * *>e declared, being at the rate of eight per cent, per annum on the capital paid up. Th
20 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

The election of a junior Fellow, in place of Mr. Longfield, appointed as successor to Mr. Justice Craropton in the Law Professorship of our University, commenced on Wednesday last, and terminated on Saturday. There were five candidates Messrs. Hart, M‘Nice, Attwel, Booth, and Wa
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF JUDGE VANDELEUR.

DEATH OF JUDGE VANDELEUR.

We regret to announce the demise of Judge Vandeleur, which took place half-past ten o’clock Sunday morning, at his seat, at the north suburbs of thia city. GIBBONS AND WILLIAMS’ BANKRUPTCY.— A meeting of creditors -a. held this day at the Royal Etchange Mr. Kellv being mored to
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TheDuhlin EveningPo

TheDuhlin EveningPo

CHAMBERLAIN’S OFFICE, Dublin Castle, June 16, 1835. THERE will be a LEVEE at the CASTLE on FRIDAY, the 26th^aLU^E, at Two ©’Clock. Being a Collar Day, the KnigbSCf the several Orders will wear their Collars. S prevent mistakes is mmiadarly requested that each Gentleman attending
23 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Jast published. New Editions of The earl of mulgrave’s NOVELS. Comprising— L MATILDA. A Tal* Day. Vole. Blush I net?

Jast published. New Editions of The earl of mulgrave’s NOVELS. Comprising— L MATILDA. A Tal* Day. Vole. Blush I net?

Can you rand my &ult on my cheek not asy srfase there TSB AND NO. New* vela. 12s. THE CONTRAST. 3 Portrait of the Author. w A alory of deep Interest."— Examiner. * tale, which ie understood to be true one, it raamtmi with that fineness of tact for which the writings the nnhis au
02 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE PROCESSIONS.

ORANGE PROCESSIONS.

Notwithstanding Brother Rodin letter dissuasive, backed the resolution of the Functionary, Deputy Grand fccretary Swam, Conservative Contemporary informs us that the country Lodges in Monaghan, Armagh, and Tyrone, are to meet, and that/* there may be some occurrences arising fro
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KEVIN S EED.

KEVIN S EED.

descriptive Poem the Scenery of the Ceuniy Wkkie'£% by Mojor Colby. Prefixed thi* little Poem ii of the and romantic scenery ol Gleodalough, taken the Author.— The Appendix eontaios many suggettimi which mar extremely useful to tourirta through the romantic tegiona the County Wi
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUTIT OP EXCHEQUER—Simi>Ar, 27. SITTINGS AT KISI PRIUS—BEFORE THE CHIEF BARON AND A SPECIAL JURY, The Attorney* General t. Wallace,

COUTIT OP EXCHEQUER—Simi>Ar, 27. SITTINGS AT KISI PRIUS—BEFORE THE CHIEF BARON AND A SPECIAL JURY, The Attorney* General t. Wallace,

Mr, Tomb opened the pleadings. The Solicitor-General stated the case for the Crown. was an information filed by the Attorney-General against the defendant, a spirit dealer, in the town of Newry, for sending five gallons spirits with a permit which was dated the 14th instead of t
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC OCCURRENCES.

PUBLIC OCCURRENCES.

New Presbyterian Church at Moneydig The foundation atone of a new Preabyterian house of worship, in connexion with the Synod of Ulster, was laid at Money, dig, near Kilrea, on the2sth ult. The Rev. John Brown, of Aghadoey. conducted the services on the occasion. Belfast Sabbath
04 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland