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In the Press, and shortly will lie published. HODGES AND SMITH, BOOKSELLERS, 21, CCLLIGS GRKIK, DUBLI*, A STATISTICAL INQUIRY into the Suftc of the Medical Charities of Ireland, with tuggamons for a MEDICAL POOR LAW, which the exuffng defects and abuses of these Institutions may
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLOUR AND OAT MILLS, NAI'AN.

FLOUR AND OAT MILLS, NAI'AN.

CO. MEATH.—To LET, for such term as may be agreed on, the above Mills, situate in the centre of the Town, on the River Boyne, and having slant supply Water. The flour Mill is extensive and commodious, iSxAories high, and capable of cutting down COO per Week. The Oat Mill is of t
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

The innisfaii. steam packet win Sail fur CORK, on FRIDAYS in future, conamencing on FRIDAY, the July inst., and will fur Dublin on TUESDAYS, of which Shippers aufrraiMigcrs will please take notice. The hours will be dated in/uture Advertisements. General Steam Packet Office, . 1
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TORY TJCTIQUE.

TORY TJCTIQUE.

The Torie* are very angry with Sir Robert Peel far not giving a more strenuous opposition to the Municipal Reform Bill—and infer from the papers that there considerable confusion in the camp of Agramant. In the mean time, however, their Journals are busy preparing us for a re-ac
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRUSSIAN POOR LAWS.

PRUSSIAN POOR LAWS.

la etch towo, and etch commune, it obliged to take charge of the poor that may happen to reside within them ; auJ eooaeoaenttjr there it no paaaing from ooe parish to another, or refusal to maintain an individual because belongs to another parish. In general the duty of the poli
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WURTEMBEHG POOR LAWS.

WURTEMBEHG POOR LAWS.

He who cannot derive the necessaries of life either from bis property, his labour, or his trade, nor supported his nearest relations and other persons bound to bv private right, has claim on the support of the political or civil community in which has tbs right a burgher or beis
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BAVARIAN POOR LAW.

BAVARIAN POOR LAW.

Terre rna Law Each town, market and village. to hare Institution for the poor. Each provincial district must have institution of its own. Alt the Inhabitants of such district art obliged, sceording to their means, to contribute to that purpose each pervoci bceidcs bound »i conti
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VENICE,

VENICE,

hsrity, composed of the lally Venice, the head of which for the relief of the poor, are lission. There arc no alms- of industry, where of . . Belief is given to many, in the Venetian provinces is icigent within Its limits, commune or . . . When a commune 'dshim relief, it always
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY,

FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY,

Earl Milgrave’s Tour.—We understand that in, consequence press of business, his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has postponed fora few days his intended yisit to the southern dUtricU; and that hisdepar. turc from Dublin is fixed for Tuesday, tho iStii inst. Excellency's route wil
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEriVISDAV, JULY 15.

WEriVISDAV, JULY 15.

WEriVISDAV, JULY Michael Glennon sworn and examined for the defence Lives in a place called Bccha, about four miles from the place where Carter was killed ; saw Fitzpatrick, the approver, on the day the murder was committed ; he dined at his house, and stayed a couple of hours af
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland