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Tins DAY.

Tins DAY.

Geeson, the individual who figured the plot against Mr. Mabcus Costxllo, has been sent to Newgate for a fortnight, for contempt of court. The warrant against him had been made out for some days. But the Commissioners declined entering into the charge as regards the other conspir
22 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. S. giaterial Inn Nenaglr sett the Peaceaatd Mr. A Committee The follow nanl of Tip isia removal Srw,—* plain

Mr. S. giaterial Inn Nenaglr sett the Peaceaatd Mr. A Committee The follow nanl of Tip isia removal Srw,—* plain

af the or draw yartr five 1 pate rial, coaairt ■safstaenal », the folio aer iscantt lory yr the peace, magivu From the ea employ m«o' Gayaoe «•' Nensfb, fo coovution. per was. ale were tried a and it i* That you on the the gate of acting have the her The Ha, which, will were ref
22 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCHOOLMASTER.

SCHOOLMASTER.

WANTED, young and active Man, who has been accustomed to teach upon the Lancastrian System, to undertake the Management of NATIONAL SCHOOL. Applications be made Charles William Esq., No. 37, Domiuick-strect, Dublin, wnher particulais may learnt.
29 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN RAILWAY

KINGSTOWN RAILWAY

At one o’clock, on Saturday, the Marquess of Lansdowne, Lord Morpeth, Mr. Drummond (the Under-Secretary,) and Prince Jamh-bo-decn, (son of Tippo Saib,) who arrived in town a few hours previously, and Colonel Burgoyne, proceeded along the Railway to Kingstown—a separate train hav
29 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REGISTRATION OF. VOTERS (IRELAND) BILL.

REGISTRATION OF. VOTERS (IRELAND) BILL.

Tbt> bill «u > third lime nod pturd. MR. BUCKINGHAM COMPENSATION BILL. Mr. Buckinfbam'i Compilation Bill wu deferred, it being a nrieate bill, and therefore out of order. COMMITTEE TO SEARCH THE LORDS’ JOURNALS. ATTORNEY-GENERAL ro«e move for the appoint, of select committee to
01 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR ROBERT PEKr.—THE TORIES,

SIR ROBERT PEKr.—THE TORIES,

It not a little creditable Sir RonitaT Peel that lies not only absented himself of late from the Tory Councils, but that very distinctly manifested bis dissatisfaction at the citravagance into which the Lords have been plunged their own furious passions. The wondet really appear
01 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ISngtis* jnarUfM.

ISngtis* jnarUfM.

London, Friday, Seft. 18.—Sugor—Th. Sugtf market l»< b.en he.yy, all the week; .nd, general reduction in (he (trice. c«n .(.led, jet, •• utu«l in > dull market, purehue, may made In parcel,, a, prlcaa tkada low. ar, Trinidad, 59, 61. 6d, raiber lower. la iKa tt.fin.d fn.rkei, tb
24 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
frisi) jHarftns.

frisi) jHarftns.

frisi) Belfast' SATt'H day, Sf.pt. 5, Ift3s—Graiv The supply of Old Grain falls off in consequence of the harvest requiring every hand in the fields, whilst, forlhe same reason, but little New has, as yet, appeared at market. Fresh and prime parcels of Farmers’ Old Wheat are stil
07 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Charienont Clam Caatfa ringhton Qe—»l

Charienont Clam Caatfa ringhton Qe—»l

Charienont Clam Caatfa Cork Cork Harbour Derry Downpatrick Drogheda Duncan non Fort Dundalk Dunpron liUnd-Bridf* PhornU. Park PortobcUo RtcruUkig Dapot, Banr’t Bosk Richmond I Barracks S. Gt. GeorgeVstrcet, j Boyal Military lofir- STEAM PACKETS •All. FOR TWX TORTS, FROM THE GENER
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland