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NEW PUBLICATIONS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

H, New Burlington-streel, June 9, 1635. Mr Bijitiii will publish, during the present month, the following NEW BOOKS. In S vols* post Bvo., - The mon i ins. By J. FENIMORE COOPBR, Evq. Author of The Spy." Ac. The of MADASIE JUNOTS MEMOIRS. new work, edited by lady dacre. In 3 vol
13 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE for JULY, being the First Number of a new Volume, price 2a. Gd., contains:—!. Coleridge.—2. Sjlvse. No.

DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE for JULY, being the First Number of a new Volume, price 2a. Gd., contains:—!. Coleridge.—2. Sjlvse. No.

1. W. A. Butler.—3. The Demon Yager, from the German. J. C. Mangan.—4. Poor LawWor Ireland—s. College Romance, chap. HI. The Johns.—6. Causes of the failure of the in Ireland, No. 11.—7. The Robellion of Fart 5. The Siege of Maynootb.—B. What use of the House of Lords?— 9. Teren
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTRACTS.

CONTRACTS.

THE Corporation for Preserving and Improving the Port of Dublin will receive Proposals for the Supply of such quantity may required, for the next Twelve Months, of the following Articles:— Ship and Cabin Biscuit, &c. Oils and Colours Navy Beef and Pork and Swedish Iron Fresh Bee
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. MARY’S PARISH ADDRESS. To his Excellency the Earl of Mulgrave. Lieutenantand General Governor of Ireland, My Lord, WE, the

ST. MARY’S PARISH ADDRESS. To his Excellency the Earl of Mulgrave. Lieutenantand General Governor of Ireland, My Lord, WE, the

Inhabitants of St Mary’s Parish, beg leaveto assure your Excellency that feci peculiar gratification in the honor thus offering our sincercst congratulations to personal and public character, on your appointnnt to the government of this country. Acquainted as we your character—a
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DRESSING ROOM.

DRESSING ROOM.

A Mahogany Grecian Sofa Bed, with Roof and Pillars, and Chintz Curtains and Covers, Window Curtains match an enclosed Dressing Stand and Ware on Pillar and Plinth a Deception Commode to match ; Pier Cabinet with Marble Top, India Matt, Chairs, &e. IK TfIK BCD.ROOMS. Mahogany Fou
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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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 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
 
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
 
UNSEATING OF THE TORY MEMBERS FOR IPSWICH. .. . . . His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant and CountMs Mulgtavc entertained

UNSEATING OF THE TORY MEMBERS FOR IPSWICH. .. . . . His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant and CountMs Mulgtavc entertained

We copy the following very import .nt announcement from yo ;, beautiful and the rol,ow 'ng pcrsonagM to dinner on Tuesday evening Lord and Lady Second Edition of The of Tu«d.y. The Tory intereuing wotk> which conuin, selecuon,, m.de with l Members for Ipswich tinned out, under c
11 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland