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ADVANTAGEOUS INVESTMENT.

ADVANTAGEOUS INVESTMENT.

WESTMEATH.—To LET, COOLA FLOURMILLS. They can make bug* Flour the week ; also « Mill attached, with Kill tlm «iil dry a two handsome residcncis, upward* of Ac;« s of Land. These P:e nines are in Corn Cou.tiiy, near and Tullumore, with ample home consumption, and witer carriage b
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLOUR MILLS.

FLOUR MILLS.

LEI’, for such term as may agreed JL upon, with or without Fine, the FLOUR READY, as formerly occupied M'Kinstrv nn/ipfn, and now Hugh Kim*, Esq. They are in good j/pmy full work, and equal to finish 1500 tuns Wheat pofamfiim, having never-failing sup, water. Possession can he g
17 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY TRAGEDY AT SEA.

EXTRAORDINARY TRAGEDY AT SEA.

letters recently received Liverpool, we learn that extraordinary tragedy took place on board the Ro&scndalc, Captain Ware, of this port, on her passage from Batavia Canton. Whilst on her voyage, the ship was crossed an Arabian vessel, from which a Malay threw himself into the se
17 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFFRAY WITH THE MILITARY.

AFFRAY WITH THE MILITARY.

copy, with greet regret, the following paragraph from Provincial contemporary, the Leinster Ivdejtendenl Carlow, Sirr. 12.—0n Thursday a few countrymen, who attended the market at Carlow, were refreshing them* selves public-house Tullow-slreet. Three or four soldiers belonging t
17 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(No. 10,868

(No. 10,868

24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL

GENERAL

We already stated the fact of the Airor.Kcir-GeNx ~ return for Dungarvat). Wc this day i'isei t the very excellent speech of the Right Honorable Gentleman, on his nomination. ! It is a document which will be road with great interest, not only this country but in England. As comi
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MENDICITY INSTITUTION. 2id StrrEMßtn, 1830. Present, the Her. J.A, Uermingkam, in the THE Committee fed grateful to the I’ubJQbr llic

MENDICITY INSTITUTION. 2id StrrEMßtn, 1830. Present, the Her. J.A, Uermingkam, in the THE Committee fed grateful to the I’ubJQbr llic

support which they have received statement, when they were Kis. 4d. in debtj bßßgret say, that although they have not been driven to the inelan. alternative of closing the doors against nearly 2,000 miserable creatures, (which eventually must be adopted if the Institution is not
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JIEVJEW nr TUB CORX TRADE DURING THE PAST H'BEA\ TUcLondon as well (lie country markets arc now being liberally supplied

JIEVJEW nr TUB CORX TRADE DURING THE PAST H'BEA\ TUcLondon as well (lie country markets arc now being liberally supplied

wiili new Wheat, and the samples, though exhibiting in some instances fine heavy corn, yet from their unevenness and disparity of quality, the weight varying from Ctl bulbs per bushel,* afford a corroborative proof the injury the plant sustained in the early pert of the month of
26 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUXTHi y GESERAL MEETING

MUXTHi y GESERAL MEETING

y GESERAL MEETING the HARITABLE SOCIETY tor the RELIEF SICK and INDIGENT UOOMKEEPERS, 'cf all religious persuasions.) Royal Exchange, Sept. 4. 1633. Rei. Ur. SADLEIRt S.E.T.C.D., in the Chair. TRIsrXXS’ REPORT Till: FCKDSt UaLuice in lifinJ, 7th of August ... .£ j W. P., per Mess
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DVBLTX ET.ECTTOtf COUiftSSTON.

DVBLTX ET.ECTTOtf COUiftSSTON.

By the following extracts from the London Journals, it will seen that the Commission now silting Dublin examine witnesses, anenl the Dublin Election, has excited some attention in England. The Tinei has a leading article on the subject) in which it quotes, with comment suitable
22 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland