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WEIGHTS*ANi> MEASURES’ BILL.

WEIGHTS*ANi> MEASURES’ BILL.

The Bari of DKV'ON moved that this Bill be committed. The M »r of SALISBURY ma«l oppose this Bill present. Let bis Noble Friend now withdraw it, and he (the Marquess) would give him all the assistance in his power. The Earl DEVON thought it would be better allow the Bill pass du
27 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNITED STATES—DESPERATE OUTRAGES.

UNITED STATES—DESPERATE OUTRAGES.

We have received a file of New York papers to the Ist instant. By a private letter, dated New Orleans, 11th July, ultimo, it appears that this City was unusually healthy, although month previous several deaths had occurred from cholera and bilious fever, and this period was here
27 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLOUR MILLS.

FLOUR MILLS.

TO be LET, or the Interest in to SOLD, the Flour Mill* of Kildart, with 10 Acres of Land, l2 Miles of Dublin, and Miles of Naas, capable of working 50 Bags of Flour S Apply to Edward Read, Hutton Read, RTthcoole, or Richarb Read, 09, Abbey-street, Dublin, (if by letter, post pai
27 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OF IRk Monday. Tuesday \ I

PRICE OF IRk Monday. Tuesday \ I

PRICE OF IR Monday. Tuesday Bank Stork - , «34 Irish 3 Ct. CcntoU H9it Gor Deb p,Ct.. 91* Oil Do. Stock,3* p Ct... 001 i Do. New. 3) p.CL. G.Canal L piCt.. 90S | Da. da 6p.CL.. Rojal Canal Stork.. Grand Canal Stock Dublin Steam Com. DK. Railroad
27 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH MUNICIPAL BILL.

ENGLISH MUNICIPAL BILL.

is said in some quarters that this Bill will be returned to the House of Commons. Possibly. But arc satisfied it will nerer a law. IRISH REGISTRATION BILL This Bill went through Committee on Monday, was reported Tuesday, and the third reading fixed for to-morrow. The Lords will
27 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORONER'S INQUEST—THE REV. JOHN WALSH, R.C.C. OF BORRIS. thing; Wynn tali) tli« Protenhuils vt»t carrying tiro fttM under a hood,

CORONER'S INQUEST—THE REV. JOHN WALSH, R.C.C. OF BORRIS. thing; Wynn tali) tli« Protenhuils vt»t carrying tiro fttM under a hood,

but irould not. juror—Do you thiuk Wynn vras drunk ? Witnett saiii, not much »o that he would uot know what was saying and doing. | reply to question from the H«v. Mr. Phelan, said he was asked on one occasion to escort the clergy through Sly- I guff; the old Protestants lived o
11 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
your province to Investigate and determine the facU of the cate, and that your verdict in point of law ought

your province to Investigate and determine the facU of the cate, and that your verdict in point of law ought

to be dependent and contingent upon your ronclutions in point of fact, i think the etfest rule you can adopt it, that which guides grand juries, that unieta the evidence would warrant a verdict of con viction by a petty jury, if UDconiradicted, you ought not attach euapicion to
11 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

MOUSE LORDS— Thursday, August 6, The Lords were wholly engaged in tb« further examination of Aldermen, Town Clerks, &c., who of course all deposed against •he Municipal Corporations Bill. Their Lordships employed themselves thus pleasantly from eleven o’clock in the morniog to h
11 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITIA STAFF BILL.

MILITIA STAFF BILL.

Lord JOHN Kl SSHLL ovni the aet'-jud * of Bill. ('uloncl Sioritoiir and Colonel Peatavai. opposed the motion. Alter some debate, the Hdl was read a second time. The House adjourued at three o'clock. into the pockets of the Irish landlords. Not one all pence of * M | • .v*-. . t
11 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BATHS. TEMPLE-STREET, MOUNTJO Y-SQUA Under Medical Superintendence. Warm, fresh, ami salt WATim BATHS, and MEDICATED BATHS, ofXery denomination, in constant

BATHS. TEMPLE-STREET, MOUNTJO Y-SQUA Under Medical Superintendence. Warm, fresh, ami salt WATim BATHS, and MEDICATED BATHS, ofXery denomination, in constant

readiness. A COLD BATH, sufficiently large and deep forithe exercise of Swimming. loduretted Baths and Mineral Water found most efficacious in the treatment of Scrofulous, Cancerous, and Cutaneous Diseases. BARRACK CANTEENS. TRIENNIAL LETTING. Office of Ordnance, Ist August, 183
25 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland