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LITERARY NOTICES.

LITERARY NOTICES.

Extraordinary Volume.— The new volume of The Standard Novels,” be published with the Magazines the end of the present mouth, will possess unusual attraction. Although this celebrated collection already included, with scarcely a single exception, the best productions of the most
26 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL BANK OF IRELAND. AT a Meeting the Inhabitants of Longford and its Vicinity, held Longford, day of October, 1833,

NATIONAL BANK OF IRELAND. AT a Meeting the Inhabitants of Longford and its Vicinity, held Longford, day of October, 1833,

for the purpose of taking into cdhsideration the propriety of establishing Bank in the Town*of Longford, in connexion with the National Bank Ireland, MICHAEL COO GAN, Esq., the Chair. Moved by Mr. Morrow ; seconded Mr, Gann : j Resolved—That this Meeting has witnessed feelings o
05 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINE ARTS—RECENTLY PUBLISHED

FINE ARTS—RECENTLY PUBLISHED

COLNAGHI AND COMPANY, Printscllers in Ordinary his Majesty, and to H. R.H. the Duchess Kent, 23, COCKSPUR-STREET, Charing.Cro»s. A FULL-LENGTH PORTRAIT of HIS MAJESTY, Sir Thomas Lawrence. Prints, 21. 25.; Proofs, 41. before letters, 01. 6s. FULL-LENGTH PORTRAIT of the KING, Mor
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO DISTILLERS.

TO DISTILLERS.

AN Operative Distiller, long experience and first-rate abilities, wishes for an engagement. He will bind himself to give an average produce perial Pi oof Gallons a season’s work, from stone weight of the following proportions of l-Bth Malt, 5-Bth Barley, and Oats, proportion of
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
reJand—ia attend. Tl.-c following arc extracts from Mr. Bathers speech, which rccciveJ shouts bv the farmers assembled : Ir. Bather

reJand—ia attend. Tl.-c following arc extracts from Mr. Bathers speech, which rccciveJ shouts bv the farmers assembled : Ir. Bather

said had been often said, Let see what let we can get from Parliament, and try to get the repeal , | X that tax, and then see what adjustment ought to place regards the relative situation landlord and teiT* » i!* l ' me, however, was now come when the bull must taken by the horn
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TO DISTILLERS.

TO DISTILLERS.

DISTILLERS. AX Operative Distiller, long experience and first-rate abilities, wishes for an engagement. He will bind himself to give an average produce of Imperial Proof Gallons on season’s work, from twelve stone weight of the following proportions of jr' z> Malt, 5-Bth Barley,
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRAXCB AND TUB UNITED STATES,

FRAXCB AND TUB UNITED STATES,

.Although but little apprehension is entertained among the mercantile interests the city that the differences which exist between the Governments France and America will lead active hostilities, still war-risks upon French vessels from the Pacific to France have been affected to
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND REPORT.

SECOND REPORT.

The Select Committee appointed to inquire into the amount of Advances made by the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland, the regulations under which they were made, the purposes to which they have been applied, and the amount of Repayments ; to consider also the various repor
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSERVATIVES IRELAND. TREACHERY—EXPLOSION—RUIN. beg leave, my Lords and Gentlemen, to distinguish you from the wicked and now ridiculous gang

THE CONSERVATIVES IRELAND. TREACHERY—EXPLOSION—RUIN. beg leave, my Lords and Gentlemen, to distinguish you from the wicked and now ridiculous gang

who your confraternity, and wished to have it understood that you should be placed in the same category with Johnny and Randy Plunkett. never, for instance, pretended that Lord Downsmirc or Lord Glencall, or Lord Wicklow, belonged to [the Lodge, like the Earls of Roden, O'Nkill,
07 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(No. 10,888

(No. 10,888

10 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland