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MK. OCONNEI.L.

MK. OCONNEI.L.

The length at which we have given the proceedings ('•U'gotv precludes the possibility of doing more than to direct attention to the subject. Indeed, such was its absorbing inkresl that felt it would an offence against the majesty of (he public use the pruniug-hook upon aught whi
26 September 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SOIREE.

THE SOIREE.

six o'clock the Hall in the Bazaar was filled to overflow* ing. When the band struck up God save the King," every head was immediately uncovered, and when the tune was finished general burst applause followed. About half-past six Mr. A. Duncan intimated to the meeting, that cons
26 September 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALARMING FIRE.

ALARMING FIRE.

About half-past two o’clock on Sunday morning tbe lower part ot the house No. 10, Lower Sackville<street f belonging to Mr. Fergussou, perfumery and general fancy warehouse, was discovered on fire. It is situated within one door of Lower Abbey-street, between Mr. Tyrrell, the bo
08 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Just The Prii wherein tl Independt to the Poli English Ci With a Vii London ford; Step; CURRY a N.8.-T

Just The Prii wherein tl Independt to the Poli English Ci With a Vii London ford; Step; CURRY a N.8.-T

tbm, Irish Take: that I the novelti' Bnchatnl ( Gothic Ha* Just Pub tions Mr. Illustration 20 superb 1 containing oiler ij of i press. U.; xinc of Amongst the highl A ne i no, and The t ture, in the Mon Academy VV ANI ▼ ▼ opj to devote hi Upper Cana under the sufficient Sa Appli
08 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUPTURES.

RUPTURES.

MORPIE. PATENT TRUSS-MAKER, HAWKINS'S-STREET. AJ Beg* recommend the \fflictcd with Ruptures INVENTED PATENT TRUSS, so constructed as strapping whatever, pressing on no part of the body hut that affected. Such have worn them give them a decided preference all others hitherto in u
26 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIME HAUNCH VENISON.

PRIME HAUNCH VENISON.

WILLIAM HAMILTON. Proprietor of the NORTHUMBERLAND TAVERN and CHOP HOUSE, Down Stairs, respectfully informs the numerous Customers his House, and the Public generally, will have dressed This Day, 26th Instant, Five o’Clock, prime Haunch of Venison, and having made arrangements f
26 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COCOA, CHOCOLATE. Ac.

COCOA, CHOCOLATE. Ac.

Wholesale Purchasers vill find it their interest deal chis Company, to which branch they pay particular attention. 9tii Mouth, September 28, 1835. Scottish union fire and life INSURANCE COMPANY, IncoqKiratcd Koval Charter. Capital FIVE MILLIONS. J The distinguishing features of
29 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Irish bad been so much In the habit, like the eels, of skinned alive, that they imagined the process was

Irish bad been so much In the habit, like the eels, of skinned alive, that they imagined the process was

to go f even with safety. But in sober sadness Ido stand upon thi>, that the House of Lords thus proclaimed itself the opponent of every improvement. What was to be done The people had no control over them ; the King had no control over them, except by creating more of them, and
29 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCISE SALE,

EXCISE SALE,

BY Order of the Hon. CpmmiuioQen of Excise, will take place at BNNISKOBwHm.on TUESDAY, the of SEPTEMBER, of Mr. J. H. Millar, Bankrupt, due to the Crown, and will positively be Solaunless tbe Crown** demands arc previously paid, of which due notice will be given. The Distillbry
03 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE YARD

IN THE YARD

A Swiss Carriage and Harness, adapted to one or two Horses a one Horse Poney Phaeton and Harness; Saddles and Bridles; Tumbler Cart and Harness ; Metal Plough and Harrow; Garden Tools, Ac. One three year old Mare, trained to Saddle and Harness; one Cow with Calf, one Heifer; a S
03 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland