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DOCTOR SMITH'S FEMALE, TONIC, AND APERIENT PILLS. WEAK, lax, and Icucophlcgmatic habits, sterility, and all disorders in which there defect

DOCTOR SMITH'S FEMALE, TONIC, AND APERIENT PILLS. WEAK, lax, and Icucophlcgmatic habits, sterility, and all disorders in which there defect

of vital heat, arc relieved these Merßpim. The latter, by its gentle aperient effects and prevents the accumulation of Bile. The foAcr strengthens the stomach and chylopoetic organs in panAilar, and by its continued use, the whole system is invigtfnitcd, the pulse regulated, and
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW PUBLICATIONS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

This d»y is Published, price 2d., to be had all Booksellers, A DOUBLE SUPPLEMENT to the DUBLIN PENNY JOURNAL, containing Seven very bandsome Engravings of Views In Dublin, viz : View oftbe Irish Parliament House, (now Bank of Ire land,) from an original painting taken in 1787. U
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. COLBURN’S PERIODICALS FOR JULY.

MR. COLBURN’S PERIODICALS FOR JULY.

Embellished with beautiful engraved Bust of Mrs. Hemans, THE NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE for JULY. rmivciPAL cowTKiro. 1. A Poem, by Miss Landon oujMtleath of Mrs. Hcmans, 2. Precepts and Practice. Fanny Vane. Theodore Hook« Esq., 3. A Visit to Little Fed linden. -By the Author of <f P
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Dublin EueningPc

The Dublin EueningPc

ELECTION OF A SURGEON FOR THE COUNTY OF KILDARE INFIRMARY. THE GOVERNORS and GOVERNESSES of the COUNTY of KILD.yiE-JOTTIIMARY are requested to meet at the in Kildare, at One o’Clock p.m., THURSDAY tho 23d day of JULY instant, to £lect a duly qualified Surgeon for the said Infirm
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCED FARES.

REDUCED FARES.

SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVIIE DE GRACE. THE APOLLO Steam Packet, Horse Power, Captain Weeks, will leave the Koval Pier, Southampton, tor Havre Grace, on Wednesday, the May, at Nine o’Clock in the Morning, returning from Havre, on Friday, the 15th, at Ten o’Cloek in the Morning, and con
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
other Es'ablnhmcnt

other Es'ablnhmcnt

other Chateau Red Burgundr, White Sj»trUlng Ciiampagnc, ... J Ruintrts <!o. 7,) . u, Sauterne, ... # j V.r. Crarp, - 4- O o* «. * ive Dozen sent carriage free a.ty part of Ireland. JAMLS (»KI.KN nml CO., Proprietorp. - - 0 I'AMIUKS AND HE BI.IC I,AllGl AT the termination of tlic
14 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A WEEK CARLOW.

A WEEK CARLOW.

tt Xhc Constitution is lost," said a great baby, six feet high, who issued from the Club-House, fright at the reaction. The Country, I say, undone, unless the Landlords do their duly." Granted, Mister Solomon. They are going the straight-forward road lose both by their piggish o
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Los« the Beic James Moecak,” Cork.— We j teg ret to have to state the los* of the above vessel on her. f.om Jamaica Cork, on the night of the of April, when she came in contact with another vessel, and they struck very hard ; the man on the watch seeing the danger, leaped into t
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Gencral Oroef.—A general order has issued from tbe Horse Guards, direct'. g all soldiers who make use of their side arms in private ouat. to be summarily tried, and, if convicted, in addition other imitishmeot, be tbepub'ic parade, and deprived of the use of belt and bayonet, fo
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. STERLING AND MR. ROEBUCK, M.P

MR. STERLING AND MR. ROEBUCK, M.P

Lieutenant Colonel Campbell, 931h Regiment, presents his compliments to the Editor, and requests that he will have the goodness to insert in his journal the following correspondence between Mr. Sterling of South>place, Knightabridge, and Mr. Roebuck, M. P. J.U.S. Club, June, ?3.
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland