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NEW PUBLICATION THE DUBLIN university magazine for October, price 2s. 6d., contains Chapters of College Romance; Chap. IV. Tub Billiard Table— The New Paradise Regained—Anthologia Germanics, Jio. jV.—The Poems of Matthison and Sails—Scenes Life of Edward Laseelles, Gent., Chap.
01 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SORE TEATS.

SORE TEATS.

This disease, which has also often been the cause of much loss and inconvenience in Dairies, may cured hy a few dressings—it has been badly and ignorantly treated as most diseases of Cattle: charms or prescriptions handed downvaluable only for their antiquity—were the usual spec
01 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
September, 1935.

September, 1935.

Hope LIFE ASSURANCE COMPAJfi', No. 6, BftIDCK'CTREKT, AIACKFRLAR*, LORDOK, 18, WESTMORLAND, STREET. DUiMM. A SSURANCES upon Life effected •• facility, privacy, ami dispatch which such ganeral satisfaction the Public for nearly half century. Persons Assuring with this Company inc
01 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILROADS IN IRELAND.

RAILROADS IN IRELAND.

One of the most gratifying characteristics of the present time, certainly the passion which people seem to have imbibed for locomotion, for the extension of internal communication of all kinds, and particularly by the most rapid mode—Railways by steam power. We have more than on
01 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY.

FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY.

Excellency the Lieutenant returned to the Viceregal Lodge on Tuesday evening, al>out eight o’clock, accompanied by the Counlrs# Mulgrave, and the ofliccrs of his Excellency's household. Wc unucrstand that his Excellency left Londonderry on Monday morning, and slept that night Ca
01 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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West India Docks, conveyance of itro-tiitrds of tons of goods, at Is. 9d. per t0n..... .€13,410 0 0 East India Docks, conveyance of 45,000 ton*, at 2s. per t0n...... Passengers conveyed in carriages to the East and West India Docks and iilackwall (the present number being daily)
03 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLIAM HENN.

WILLIAM HENN.

These ands arc held in Fee, subject to a Crown rent of 17s. 9d., British ; and by the printed return of the Kurv<y made 1827, by Mr. Armstrong, Surveyor for the Grand Jury of the County of Armagh, of the quantity in each Townland in the different Baronies, Lisadian then containe
03 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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SCHOOL OF ANATOMY, MEDICINE, AND SURGERY, PtT«»-STK»KT, DuBLII, TIME Winter Course of LECTURES will commence in tliis Institution on FRIDAY, the 30th of OCTOBER, at 3 o’Clock. Surgery and Pathology—Mr, Ellis. Physiology—Dr. /J Anatomy—Dr. and Mr. My Praclicc Medicine— Dr. Nolan*
06 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAURICE JAMES.

MAURICE JAMES.

September 26ib. P.S. It may be as well recite the forms of the oath referred to by Dr. Murray. They arc these, viz. I, A. , swear that I do abjure, condemn, and detest, as unchristian and impious, the principle that it lawful murde**', destroy, or in any wise injure any person w
06 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALICANTE BARILLA; COTTON WOOL;' Sherry, Port, and Brnecarlo WINE, (in Wood); Soft SOAP; Olive OIL; Soft Shed ALMONDS; American and

ALICANTE BARILLA; COTTON WOOL;' Sherry, Port, and Brnecarlo WINE, (in Wood); Soft SOAP; Olive OIL; Soft Shed ALMONDS; American and

Spanish CANE REEDS; I'OH SALE, BY Street; Stic of No. ■ Who has been appointed Agtm for lAnen 'Varna* By ft respectable House in ENGLAND, with which article he expects to be regularly supplied. N*B.—A few Tons fine FLEMISH FLAX, daily expected. 713
01 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland