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02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Robert Henry French, Eaq.,"| “pURSUANT the Plaintiff. I Decree pronounced in Edward Dunne, Esq., and | this Cause, bearing date

Robert Henry French, Eaq.,"| “pURSUANT the Plaintiff. I Decree pronounced in Edward Dunne, Esq., and | this Cause, bearing date

the Frances, his wife, Francis oglh day of January, 1831, Dunne, Esq., and others, I { will, on Friday, the day Defendants. I ©f July next, the hour of ■ ■■ J One o’Clock, at Chambers, on the Inns qoay, Dublin, set up and Sell Public Cant, to the highest and the fee and inherita
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH LOCAL TAXATION.

IRISH LOCAL TAXATION.

A bill his been introduced by Sir Richard Mu>grare for th»* alteration and improvement of our present system local taxi* tion. It la entitled ** A bill for the Administration of Civil Affairs of a Local Nature in Ireland.’* Although the title it aooiearhat obscure, the bill itse
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EARL OF DEVON.

THE EARL OF DEVON.

stared that had received a letter from the Earl of Devon, thanking their Lonlftbipa for their vote of approbation of his conduct during the period he filled the office of Clerk of the Parliament. On the motion of Lord MELBOURNE, the Noble Earl'a Letter was ordered entered the Jo
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CORK, Jtirt CoaN—l here was no corn to day »rt quantity <4 Red Wheat and barley Uruuabt in Saturdar f-n only nominal price* could quoted but Oal», of thefi aU • •* ■ ■T* * c f The at itar* - lart week—lbO barreU W heal. of Baric*, and TUI Oat* o-.n* « is*; hoiAboid *. t. 1 tpiah
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. CORK.— be SOLD, by Private Contract, several denomination* of Lands situate in the neighbourhood of TaHaght, and County of

CO. CORK.— be SOLD, by Private Contract, several denomination* of Lands situate in the neighbourhood of TaHaght, and County of

Cork, held under grants made thereof in 1019. and producing a jear, punctually paid nine respectable Tenant*, who hold under long leases, some for lives renewahj#, fine on the fall cf each life. The exceed that the Inheritor. J This will be found a most eligible opportunity of a
04 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
»h!<h ( cntietl diseriminatioii s««ms to hare I FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY. accompanied veiy extensWe examination of authorities, ami! neither the merits

»h!<h ( cntietl diseriminatioii s««ms to hare I FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY. accompanied veiy extensWe examination of authorities, ami! neither the merits

nor the faults of that remarkable personage V| c«»ao»L Coear Thetr Esce'lenciei the thirl CounlMtof Mulare exaggerated or extennaled. ;*rareeriterfain«J at dinner, Thursday eroning, the fci'owlng dutin. 'the private history and pcrwual character of Lord Doling, j :_E,,,| MiKlo.n
04 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BROOKE DUN’S ROAD BOOK.

BROOKE DUN’S ROAD BOOK.

Now ready, in Bvo., price 245., strongly bound in cloth, THE ROAD BOOK from LONDON to NAPLES. By W. BaocneonTfesq., F.R.S. Illustrated with twenty-five highlysCtisbed Engravings, by W. and E. Findcn. The Traveller Naple/Awdl find in this volume all tbe neeeemry information for h
07 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY OF IRE- LAND. THE Directors liereby give notice that the halfyearly stated General AarfhnWr of the Corroany,

NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY OF IRE- LAND. THE Directors liereby give notice that the halfyearly stated General AarfhnWr of the Corroany,

agreeably Charter, trill the Coropfiny's' House, No. 3, COI.LEGE-G jeErvCublin. on THURSDAY, the 16tb of JULY instant, Twelve o’clock, for the purpose of receiving from tho Board of Directors a statement of the transactions of the Company for the six months, ended on the 30th Ju
07 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland