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Just Published, in Koval Quarto, Price Jt'l Is. - I FOURTEEN VIEWS in the COUNTY^yF WICKLOW, carefully colored after the

Just Published, in Koval Quarto, Price Jt'l Is. - I FOURTEEN VIEWS in the COUNTY^yF WICKLOW, carefully colored after the

Drawtngs, of H. O’NmL and A. Ninroit. Coirraiits I. Vale of Oroea, from the Octagon House, Ballyarthur 2. The Sugar Loaf Hills.—3. Waterfall in the Devil’s Glen.—4. Moss House in the Dargle.—s. New Bridge, Vale of Oroca.—6, Waterfall, Poweraeourt—7. Castle Ho»ard,—B. Shelton Abb
22 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW PUBLICATIONS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

SELECT NEW LIBRARY OF ENTER- TAINMENT. On the Ist October, comflbtk roa Six Shillings, three Volumes in one), with Portrait of Author and Vignette, / A N K M IL D M A Y ; Tm* Ad ventures or Naval Officer. By Caft. M aery at, R.N. Author of Jacob Faithful,'* Peter Simple," &c. Fo
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO.— be SOLD, lor Lay men Incumbrances the late Thomas Cosby, Esq., Sradbally Hall, deceased, together or in divisions, a

CO.— be SOLD, lor Lay men Incumbrances the late Thomas Cosby, Esq., Sradbally Hall, deceased, together or in divisions, a

Portion the Manor TIM A HOE, containing 'about 3,500 Acres, set to good solvent Tenants at moderate Rents on determinable Leases, and producing about .£3,000 Rear. Jl'liese Lands are well circumstanced and fit for Dairy,*Cill|jfc/and Feeding, being of the very best description,
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Plaintiffs

Plaintiffs

George Jackson, , and sc* veral others, Defendants. voinbwr next, of On* o’Clock in tb« af. ternoon, at my CbaaaUjrs, on the 1 ana-quay, Dublin, set up and Sell by Tublic Cant, the bigbest and fairest bidder, all that and those, the Landt of Carrowmore, Carrowlogan, otherwise Ca
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Law Charleston. He was flogged, tarred, and his house was broken into, and all his property examined and sold. this

Law Charleston. He was flogged, tarred, and his house was broken into, and all his property examined and sold. this

outrage a number of respectable citizens ore said have been present. The inhabitants of New York, under the presidency of the Mayor, held a public meeting on the 27th, and passed resolutions condemning slavery in strong terms, but also condemning the extravagant proceedings of t
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OBANGE MAYOR OF CORK.

THE OBANGE MAYOR OF CORK.

LAW APPOINTMENTS. EFFECTS THE ORANGE CONSPIRACY. “The neglect of the Irish liar, id reference the Colonial »p- We did not imagine that so speedily after the explosion of ‘he COM..« co„ .o debauch the Bri.Uh three years ago to make reparation, by selecting for promotion Army, sho
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lion from Mr. West, truth of the charge.”— t, attorney, the in a covered car to Mr.Weal** is agent, Mr.

lion from Mr. West, truth of the charge.”— t, attorney, the in a covered car to Mr.Weal** is agent, Mr.

Maguue,,waiting nt previously madftWltn' them i Irwiu then stated to Mr. West to give as the bribery cat >s » took down their statement.— Vest's, a conversation arose b«~ t on the subject, and with reto give evidence. Irwin said, doing such a job ;** on which to their story, and
26 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No. 911.] ORANGF.ISM.-VIGOUOCS CONDUCT OF THE IRISH GOVERNMENT. The Orange conspiracy must broken up, the leading conspirators made f" feel,

No. 911.] ORANGF.ISM.-VIGOUOCS CONDUCT OF THE IRISH GOVERNMENT. The Orange conspiracy must broken up, the leading conspirators made f" feel,

that the la« too •iron* for them. The Gosernment most etrika, with vigour. a» the plotters sgsinst eqoal right*. The rank of the head men in the plot must not avail to screen them from punishment: it must, on the contrary, serve a spur to those who are entrusted with the guardia
24 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland