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TO GENTLEMEN, MILLERS, DISTILLERS, Ac. JOHN SMITH, formedyyff Earl-strect, now 115. Jamci's-strcet, acquaint his Friend*, original Customers, and he has

TO GENTLEMEN, MILLERS, DISTILLERS, Ac. JOHN SMITH, formedyyff Earl-strect, now 115. Jamci's-strcet, acquaint his Friend*, original Customers, and he has

resumed the Wire Machinery Business/Ri all its blanches ; also the bnilding of Mill-stones, from the best Frenth Burr, selected himself: and assures them he will strictly attend to match the Grit—so essential Millers—and hopes that those Gentlemen, who kindly patronised him for
07 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DROGHEDA ASSIZES.

DROGHEDA ASSIZES.

Judge McoftV, his address to the Grand Jury on Tuesday, said, that from the number of persons charged :Ha calendar, and those out on bail, it might at the first glincc thought that crime had alarmingly increased in this small county. He was, however, happy to say that there did
16 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COCNTY LONGFORD ASSIZES.

COCNTY LONGFORD ASSIZES.

Grand R. Fetherstoo, fo aiDan ; S. Blaeksll, Molyneux Shuldhtra, Francis Jesaop. Tbom-is Augbmuty, J. R. Robinson, Shirley W. Ball, John Doppiog, Alexander P. Bond, Arthur J. Kingston, John Thompaoo. Thomas N. Edgeworth, Win. Ledwitb, Henry Bond, Wm. Lloyd frslhnitb. Joseph Kiok
16 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mors Lixrnpoot. will in the (■( i»f readtrt years back, several rfutorbaor-s occiirretl in this towp, t!<f batrei) exi*>lirg between

mors Lixrnpoot. will in the (■( i»f readtrt years back, several rfutorbaor-s occiirretl in this towp, t!<f batrei) exi*>lirg between

the Irish tbs Orungemen. The litter, I nwever, no *o«ner dltewntinned tbelr practice uf annually through the s'rret'* I2«h of July, (the Anniversary nf the Hattie of the Boyne/than peace uas restored, and the town hna ever since that period, Sunday last, been free any di«tnrhioc
16 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONAPLE MISCELLANY.

FASHIONAPLE MISCELLANY.

Vick-Rxoal Tour.— His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, hi* answer to an address from Galway, intimates his intention visit that town in the course the autumn. fnc New Under Lieutenant Drummond, the new Under-Secretary for Ireland, arrived Dublin Castle yesterday. gives us pleasur
21 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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70 THE EDITOR Of Till D. E. f J T.

70 THE EDITOR Of Till D. E. f J T.

THE EDITOR Till D. E. T. London, A July, Sir—l tend you by to-day * post copy the Bill introduced me, provide for the relief and employment the destitute poor of Ireland. It embodies the main principles of the Poor Law of Elizabeth, namely, the relief the infirm, and the setting
18 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
C'H ANCKRV

C'H ANCKRV

The Rev. Thomas Stack, and') W'l' (t» Druthers, | E. crctal Order the ni '!i Pla ntllfs, Court of Chancery, In- Robert Baxter and others, , land, bearing date* l! Defendants. I djiy June, >, ——~ ■ ■ -. ■ ' give Notice or any Person or Persons, Heir at-Law of Alexander Campbell,
25 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
principle were 15n-. il t!>, dud more sac

principle were 15n-. il t!>, dud more sac

principle were 15n-. il t >, dud more sac on, step !*y step, ami (Cheers.) They \vo» and narrower rr.ean*, lie hroti>;bt to an thn whole ii«* tP9M?'ii Id » nk it i. d the irreffuiaiitit* oi'iti taut religion, iher**by c iLc people Mr. rL’SEY 'it* ui d (Sir H. Hon. •b ri.e tlie l.
25 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE D.E. POST.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE D.E. POST.

should have noticed some observations of the Duke of Richmond on presenting a petition from Clare, if the rnirtg Chronicle had not premised the next Saturday or Monday following at farthest, that it would favor the public with an article on the subject. Almost a week has elapsed
09 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH CORPORATION BILL.

IRISH CORPORATION BILL.

are in position be able to state, almost upon authority, that it ia the intention of his Majesty's Government introduce and pass the Bill for the Reform of the Irish Corporations, possible, this Session. Except with regard to Dublin, this will not be difficult measure people few
07 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland