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DOCK DISTILLERY,

DOCK DISTILLERY,

f|YHE above well known Distillery will SOLD AUCTION, without reserve, at the Coffee-room of the Commercial Buildings SATURDAY, the 17th day of OCTOBER ueit, at Three o’clock in the afternoon* The Concerns, which are very extensive, comprise -ylyg-6asin or Reservoir, on the banks
08 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• rORPORATTON OF CARPENTERS. last Deputation from the Corporation Cnrpfntcra. Ac., (which consists of upwards of Two Hundred Mendx'rs,' waited

• rORPORATTON OF CARPENTERS. last Deputation from the Corporation Cnrpfntcra. Ac., (which consists of upwards of Two Hundred Mendx'rs,' waited

Aldenuan n, late Lord M ivnr. and Messrs. and Carolin, late Sheriffs, \ih Addresses which, with the Answers, C' lielow. \ddresse* w ere prefaced and read in an admirable uian- h'M« . IV Pike, the Matter. The Deputation, con,|lmcc the Master and Wardens, Mr. Alderman Hodjjps, >he
08 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lie Paetet,

lie Paetet,

lie No. opinion of the public of the utmost importance to every man. In some departments of the public service the responsible officer is occasionally ex|>osed misrepresentation and unjust aspersion ; but as 1 have, during year of office, received the most efficient co-operation
08 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHERIFF DRUMMOND'S DINNER

SHERIFF DRUMMOND'S DINNER

The first public dinner of Mr. Sheriff Drummond. •• is elsewhere reported, was marked by a unanimity of ment and feeling all complete. To say that sentimefeeling breathed nothing hut loyally and attachment institutions by which the monarchy is upheld, would • forestal the perusa
08 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FORMER TIM

FORMER TIM

We meet not in the valley Where wc were wont meet; Where the little brook was (lowing, And the birds were singing sweet. Our treasures were the lilies That open in the spring. Or the purple feathers tailing From off the peacock’s wing. were young, ami were happy, The present was
08 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL IN LIMERICK.

DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL IN LIMERICK.

The preparations for the public dinner to Mr. O'Connell proceed on a scale consistent with the political rank and claims of the distinguished guest. The li-t has already received a number of names, among whom we perceive those of several of our citizens, who not only held aloof
08 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOPE LIFE ASSURANCE COMP AS Y. NO. 6, BUIIXiE-BTKKKT, BLACKFBIAIIS, LONDON, AND No. 18, WESTMORLAND-STREET, DUBLIN. ASSURANCES upon Life effected

HOPE LIFE ASSURANCE COMP AS Y. NO. 6, BUIIXiE-BTKKKT, BLACKFBIAIIS, LONDON, AND No. 18, WESTMORLAND-STREET, DUBLIN. ASSURANCES upon Life effected

with that facility, privacy, and dispatch which has given such geggrahaatUfaction to the Public for nearly half a century, Persons Assuring with this Company incur for losses, a Capital of One Million Sterling being appreciated a guarantee to the Public from all responuplity. In
08 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO COBBEBFOIVSISNTS

TO COBBEBFOIVSISNTS

The rumriiuiiiration under the sitjnahire «/ ” Civis,” must by a real tiqnatnrr. If the complaint be nett founded, the renter rued ni>t be ashamed tu neoxit if otherwise, ire must not U hr td responsible. The letter signed “George Wise,” can only be insert an advertisement.
08 October 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
MAIL. 4K!V 11 LONDON, OCT. 5. THE FUNDS. City, Monday, One o’Ciock.—Consols arc firm at W; 9*2, and the New*

MAIL. 4K!V 11 LONDON, OCT. 5. THE FUNDS. City, Monday, One o’Ciock.—Consols arc firm at W; 9*2, and the New*

hiee-und-a- Half per Cents, are at l y. Hai.k-past One— Consols for Account are Exchequer Bills are Io pm. Fo k »ls for Account closed All the Cabinet Ministers in town transacted business the Foreign Viscount Palmer.ton went FiiJ.iy evening to Windsor t») (tine wiih their Majes
08 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Peace-officer King staled that arrested the prisoner Aungier-streei. lhe property lK lnid he... pledged belonged to her Ik r shout

Peace-officer King staled that arrested the prisoner Aungier-streei. lhe property lK lnid he... pledged belonged to her Ik r shout

robbery, struck Bingham the eye. Mrs. Sherlock whipped stick from behind the counter .-ind hit witness three blows, the marks of which were to he observed upon his upper lip. A woman in the place threw different articles at them, and the arrival the police alone prevented murder
08 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland