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GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

MISS EVANS and MRS. INGLIS, feeling the many advantages combined in the admirable Plan of Education laid down by tbat highly talented and intelligent Lecturer, Mr. Smith, beg they have, from a full conviction of its great Ststkm of Smith and Dolibr to their and believe they can
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH CHURCH REFORM RILL.

IRISH CHURCH REFORM RILL.

TO GENTLEMEN, MILLERS, DISTILLERS, Ice. JOHN SMITH, formerly of Earl-street, now at 115, JamesVstreet, begs to acquaint his Friends, original Customers, andjbe Publ* that has resumed the Wire Machinery Bqrftaf, in alrfslAnclies ; also the building of Mill-stones, fr*ft Burr, sel
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY-

SATURDAY-

The Committee at three o’clock to-day, after a deliberation of nearly four hours, Resolved, That Mr. O’Dwyer was not duly elected, and that the Hon. Randle Plunket was duly elected, and ought to have been returned, and that the petition and the opposition to it was neither frivo
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE.

DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE.

The number of tbii periodica) for July will much mo?« acceptable the general reader than roo«t of iu predecessor*, on account of the lack of politico-religioua disquisition', tr.l the greater quantity of articles of literary ami general character. The opening paper on the Table
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE—COMMAND NIGHT.

THE THEATRE—COMMAND NIGHT.

The performances last night, the Theatre Roy J, were command of their Excellencies the Lord Lieutenant and Counteu of Mulgravc, who entered the theatre, accompanied by a splendid retinue, about half, past seven o'clock, when they were greeted with the most enthusiastic, and, wc
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Srapr lair.akd.—The following changes are expected to take effect in September : To retire from commands Ireland—Major-Generals Sir Edward Blake:.cy. Sir Thomas Arbutbnot. and Macdonnel). And to be succeeded by—Major.Generals Sir Hugh Gough, Guy L'Estrange, and Macbean. When Sir
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Pricb sd) AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF IRELAND. NOTICE. THE KILKENNY BBdfNCH of this Bank lias opened THIS XiyOfor Gencrel

Pricb sd) AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF IRELAND. NOTICE. THE KILKENNY BBdfNCH of this Bank lias opened THIS XiyOfor Gencrel

Buoaew. BENJAMIN Etq., M«n»g«r. B^Jrder, H. HUGHES, Clerk to Committee of »>id Company. June I, 1835. AGRICULTURAL and commercial bank op ib££And. THE bf this Company has opened THIS DftY, for General Burmese.— ROBERT PALMER,HTeneger. June 10, 1835. By Order, H. HUGHES, Clerk th
20 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
use proi into Mral, Ir trader, la Wheat it and hence one grain into Meal nore Flour these cirticularly the

use proi into Mral, Ir trader, la Wheat it and hence one grain into Meal nore Flour these cirticularly the

inted to an m the Sitter rith uo hare r tpeculatore at notwithita, that the available, ible, that a -haps to the many hoped 1 casualties advancing 1 than will I, amounting ► qrs. Scotch, abroad. , and chiefly xre nominally lower prices ing the week qrs, since qra English, lira f
20 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAWS.

POOR LAWS.

TO CROUGE COTKBURN, BART. Sir—Your letter, addressed to in the Dublin Evening Post of Thursday last, is highly characteristic of that class of Irish landlords whos® eyes and ears are dosed against the claims of the poor upon them for relief. W ilh you the notion of starring Iris
20 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VALENTIA RAILWAY.

VALENTIA RAILWAY.

The line that this vast national undertaking, laid down in the map, (which is upon a very extensive scale) will take is to commence Valentia, it then passes through Caherciveen, keeping to the south of Killorglan, near which place it crosses the river Laune. Its direction to thi
20 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland