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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
 
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
 

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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
 
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THE BEST SITUATION DUBLIN FOR A HOTEL, OR ANV REQUIRIN'G GREAT ACCOMMODATION'. LEI, a large commodious HOUSE, I. in the bckt part of , street, containing Four Drawing-rooms, Parlours, extensive Co flee-room, Tl>*’ >• story contains ' o,it and rear; Stone Ci*teri» V»altr; Pantrie
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

TI.C Rtv. Thomas Trench, -) "PURSUANT to the *.l r* of Hyacinth Geo. Butkc, Exj .f h Court of Chancery, and another I ,.| , , .de in this Cause. Defendants, bcarin( , d ., lhe J 3 u, day of l 3s '’ * Monday, I'lc I, :■ day of July next, Jr of in the afternoon, at t* Dublin, set
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION—Fhiuxy. Shortly »fter ten o’clock yeatenlay iDorninK the commisliooert took their teals. Mr. Murphy was not present, but

DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION—Fhiuxy. Shortly »fter ten o’clock yeatenlay iDorninK the commisliooert took their teals. Mr. Murphy was not present, but

Mr. Woodlocfc (who hat occasionally given bit service! during tha commission} slated that he acted for him, and on hit handing in a written statement to that effect, the chairman (Mr. Haire) staled that, under existing circumstances, they deemed it right to adjourn the cour*, an
29 June 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

Sugar —Continued in fair demand during the week. Malt—Scarcely anything done in malt last week ; the arrivals in this article have been unusually small, and holders are firm in demanding higher rates which consumers are not yet disposed to concede. Whiskey —Underwent no alterati
29 June 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland