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DUBLIN AND KINGSTOWN RAILWAY,

DUBLIN AND KINGSTOWN RAILWAY,

IN consequence of its having been represent^Jp the Director*, that the convenience of the Public, tnd particularly the Resident* of Kingstown ami it* violnity, would much promoted the hour for di*pitclJrig the lasi train night «m* extended, now that the lifting of the Railway co
10 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fILDARE POLITICS.

fILDARE POLITICS.

Whether on the eve of a Geuerr £l~Ulon not. it is possible r.ora recent eircutns’ances, connected that there will y be a new Election In the County of K :, dare. For we dr it utterly impossible, even ,*n Ireland, that should the Jockey Club, or whatever other name the tribunal m
10 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■J HI. Alt .MY

■J HI. Alt .MY

Lit'ut.-Culuoel Badcock, the Kiug'a Huvsaisat hesd tiuaiteri*, Lahti, v ill, it is said, shorllv «p the Hu)al Mad Aid-de to bi» .M.q. siy. Sn Walter Scott, Bart., loth liussart, left fur have. Lp T.:sw' am-Utcst, tt.»- i.dy D.R. K. n?, L*r.,cr a ton. MAUHILU, Oi die nat-u;, .i .
10 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Honorable William Lepoer Trench, surviving acting Trustee named in the Will of the Right Honorable Charles Henry Lord Baron

The Honorable William Lepoer Trench, surviving acting Trustee named in the Will of the Right Honorable Charles Henry Lord Baron

Castlecootc, Plaintiff. The Earl and Countess of Miltown and others, Defendants.
24 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PURSUANT t^fche Decree of his MnMur’s High Court of Chancafyln Ireland, made in these Causes, bearing of June, 1835, I

PURSUANT t^fche Decree of his MnMur’s High Court of Chancafyln Ireland, made in these Causes, bearing of June, 1835, I

icquTre all persons having now subsisting charges or incumbrances, which, the lime of the decease of Eyre Tilson Lord Castlecoote, affected the several chattels real belonging to Charles Henry Lord Castlecoote the lime of his decease, in the pleadings in Same, Plaintiff'. Eyre C
24 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hew down the ir.asset by a fire of infantry. Oh hut

hew down the ir.asset by a fire of infantry. Oh hut

hew down the by fire of infantry. is improbable, the reader may exclaim—so think we—u,. possible. Nevertheless, would not trust an with such pouihle power. The Slieriff is, it cannot too often repeated, if.* ft* Officer at elections. This, in itself, violent part.**'. well as the
24 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUMMERS 8t SMITH

SUMMERS 8t SMITH

BEG acquaint the Consumers CRN MENTAL BANDS, DIES, for LINEN, that they have constantly on Sale, at the Warehouse of Mr. MOORE. Stationer, he., Donegal-Street. Belfast, Large Stock comprising every variety of GOLD, SILVER. COLOURED FOIL, and other EMBOSSED BANDS ; also. GOLD and
05 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANNOUNCEMENT

ANNOUNCEMENT

i» a* a. k . Fellow- Countrymen, SUNDAY, the loth NOVEMBER, has been fixed upon the O’Connell Hay, FOR THE PRESENT YEAR, 183j. In making this announcement, are enabled to state, that it the expressed determination, as well it is the imperative duty of the Friends of Ireland, to
05 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RURAL AFFAIRS.

RURAL AFFAIRS.

The POTATO.— The acknowledged value of the potato, as an article of food, and the importance, the farmer, of its successful cultivation, suggest the utility of calling the attention of agriculturists, briefly, to the means which have been recommended by the various inquirers, in
05 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SrcON'D lit PORT.

SrcON'D lit PORT.

May it plkasf. Majkstv,—W<* th** ('o<nrr,i«!M‘oner* under your Majesty's C'»mrnis»iofi, benring da»e the day of August, in the (if'h >e*r your -j. sty's reign, whose names ar** hereunto sobscr-bed, beg leave humb!y submit to your M ijes'y th our Second Report, comprising the res
26 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland