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meeting ifi thomas's parish—sir constan. XINE PHIPPS. Hie following tl,« of Mr. Dalton, at the mcetinp ■ nt parish, promised

meeting ifi thomas's parish—sir constan. XINE PHIPPS. Hie following tl,« of Mr. Dalton, at the mcetinp ■ nt parish, promised

in The Post of Tuesday: !i ro ** propose th® fourth resolution, which vin- /.? i’hipps tli* illujlriou- tHe-f«rl Mui ? r«»e. fr„m tbe cilmnnim ( tii) a. D . ■< hy "'<■ Ot»n« pr.’ss. Bfinp.joo of .uch rr-u nnun, the (.earned Gentleman ohaerved, teat rendered .* ■rrtively nere.-ar
04 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1835.

TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1835.

TAILORING AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, NOS. 29 & 30, EARL-STREET, NORTH, DUBLIN. JAMES S. HICKEY begs leave to acquaint those Noblemen and Gentlemen who have patronised his Establishment, and to whom is gratefully indebted for his unprecedented success in Trade, that he li
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TN consequence of received from -A London this day, findffiat a most uncsptclcj Declaration of tM India Company Has caused

TN consequence of received from -A London this day, findffiat a most uncsptclcj Declaration of tM India Company Has caused

a further cxV*efuinary decline iu the Price of Fine CONGOU TEA, at the present Quarterly Sale, Wc, therefore, at once Reduce our Retail Prices, and can TEA 4s. per lb., As excellent for general use. A Plain Congou may now be had for 3s. GJ. per lb. KIN AH AN, SONS, and SMYTH, CA
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAME DAV.

SAME DAV.

The Gore Booth Cup, presented bv Sir Robert Coat Booth, for all Yachts of Royal Yacht CluLs, under 30 Tons, entrance 10s. 6d., to be ty of the Yacht winning twice in succession. Sweepstakes of 30s. per a Silver Cup, value 20 ps., ided by the Club for four-oared Giggs rowed by Ge
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BREWERS*

TO BREWERS*

BREWERS* A LEITH BREWER (ri twelve years practical experience,) who brewing Ale, Porter, Beer, and the making he most approved principles, wishes to obtain in Ireland. Letters (post-paid) addressed A. if, No. 18, Lolls, Dublin, will meet with immediate attention. HAMILTON, ORGAN
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO HOTEL AND TAVERN KEEPERS,

TO HOTEL AND TAVERN KEEPERS,

TO be LET, the KOYAL RAILROAD HOTEL and TAVERN, Wetlland>row, Dublin, just completed, and built expressly for the purpose, for which licence has been obuined. spacious Coffee Room, S6 by 40 feet; conmodious Bar and Tap Room, with a separate entrance; E«ven lofty Bed-rooms, Water
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, JUNE 16. 1835.

TUESDAY, JUNE 16. 1835.

16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLERICAL MEETING IN SOUTHWARK.

CLERICAL MEETING IN SOUTHWARK.

CLERICAL MEETING SOUTHWARK. In another place will be found a abort report of the proceeding* of a Clerical Meeting the Borough of Southwark the object of which meeting waa to excite sympathy for the condition of Irish Proteatant Clergy. We hare no objection to these meetings, if
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY,

STATE OF THE COUNTRY,

Notwithstanding the sitting of Parliament, and the balance of parties—for, believe, they were never so nearly poised as to numbers—in the House of Commons, mean, least for fifty years—notwithstanding the great and viul questions now before the Legislature for consideration, we d
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
wls Mkcbd th« one d«lr»bl* »4 b« rmaftJ. B<»- lb* Ttritty of other th»t preeeed upon mdoetry? It eorloioly not

wls Mkcbd th« one d«lr»bl* »4 b« rmaftJ. B<»- lb* Ttritty of other th»t preeeed upon mdoetry? It eorloioly not

in deference to tho the higher clueee. He fully concurred in whet wee e»M p‘o•enl ooruion, ther, if impoeed egein. it khould epply elike e Terte of the empire, .. well «to Eoglond. .till continued of the opinion which he on “••/ *"*' ■ion thet the Uek of inquiring end determinin
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland