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1!Y AUCTION,

1!Y AUCTION,

WILLIAM UAVENSCROFT CW lI,L SELL by AUCTION, at the NEW DOCK, Custom-house, on THIS DA\, the i Jl.-1- V A jC\ VA AJJ i of November next, at One o’Clock, the Cargo of \ 1 the Eliza, Captain Bough, direct from the Bay, con- CAUR 1 AGES I'OR SALE. sisting of ANE Second-hand Swiss C
12 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO SOLD BY AUCTION, At Dycor’s Repository, THIS DAY, without reserve, A Bay Mare, all but tborougli-bred, got by Natrfkino,

TO SOLD BY AUCTION, At Dycor’s Repository, THIS DAY, without reserve, A Bay Mare, all but tborougli-bred, got by Natrfkino,

dam by Interloper ; he is four oft', ftrsti«*jlcj/iion the road or field, has been bunted a fendtimes, and proved himself good performer ; sound, except the corns, and has been used to harness. King's Duty to paid by purchaser. R. HARRIS, Auctioneer. SOLD, AVery handsome well br
12 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARQUESS OF LAXSDOirXE,

THE MARQUESS OF LAXSDOirXE,

During the recent visit of the President of the Council, an address was prepared and agreed to, a public meeting convened for the purpose, by the Gentry, Clergy, and Inhabitants of Queen’s County. The Noble Marquess possesses considerable estates that county, and must have exper
26 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HortM. *O.

HortM. *O.

COTTON—The Cotton market flat, prirca of all de«fr»pt»cn* from |d. |d. lb. lower than Friday. The aalea 'n are ♦/WO baga. LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE Not. ti—There a moderate •apply every description of grain, and for the parcel* wheat the price* Monday laat but the inlerwr ki»*o* hai
26 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
From thz .America* Edition

From thz .America* Edition

To which is Annexed JUOGF. THATCHEK’S AD. HIRABLE CHARGE the Grand Jury of the County of Suffolk, on the burning of the Urtuline Convent, and for the better suppression of riotous mobs in America. Printed and published by WILI.T AM POWELL, JCN., 69, Thomas-etreet, and be had the
07 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BLACKWOOD.

BLACKWOOD.

Christopher ha* great reputation to support but it unreasonable expec. that be can brilliant every month in h« year, especial'/ dark and gloomy November, number before us has. however, many redeeming features it may well pass muster. KEPRESENrATIVE PEERAGE The Govern. ment, shou
07 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAND STEWARD AND GARDENER.

LAND STEWARD AND GARDENER.

DISENGAGED and wants a Situation Land Steward and Gardener, steady, active understands his business in the above line perfectly understands the planting and rearing of young Treey, also the thinning of young Plantations, the buying and sailing of Cattle (if required), draining a
14 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BISHOP OF DERRY.

THE BISHOP OF DERRY.

In the old plays there are appended to the list of the lit Pcrsome short notes of the eharactersof the interlocutors with whom the spectator or the reader it to become more familiarly acquainted at the turning of the leaf or the rising of the curtain. Thus, for example. Archbish
14 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
n * u , 0, 7 , y< m ?* I no * • t » llh »itap«Mion and Morn

n * u , 0, 7 , y< m ?* I no * • t » llh »itap«Mion and Morn

GREAT MEETING IN LONGFORD. I .hill rud for you report hi.ipMeh irbieh ipptirid Id the t#ow who tehcve Artolyio their C«thollel.m you Omnaught Journal, a p.per thirty rsUblisbeiTi few d.yi your ProtMtinti.m. (Loud thecn.) I have thus spoken N ... (rsosi xue sukd.y obsirmk. ) lioc
14 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN.

DUBLIN.

THE Proprietors this Establishment i^fDcn their sincere thanks to their {Friends and the fublß, for the unparallelled preference lias received ; and ■A&ule them that no exertion or expense shall spared to ccirtinlc jt deserving of general support. J f A comfortable Family Hotel,
24 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland