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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT./ U HOI LORDS.— The Lord look Ills seat Ihc Woolsack TKST AND CORrORATION ACTS. / I.ord HOLLAND presented

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT./ U HOI LORDS.— The Lord look Ills seat Ihc Woolsack TKST AND CORrORATION ACTS. / I.ord HOLLAND presented

petition from the Lord Maym. Aldermen, and Commim Council of the City of London, praying for the revision repeal of the declaration I* made Pro trstant Dissenters, contained in the (Hh of Geo. IV,, rilled tie Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts. Although did not feel prepare
10 March 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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an«l fame <juirt< r.) would rim public prints, and the or to •ni.'stion The Nohh* »y * Mnj* , fcty , 'i C»o- Tli't •unt little humbler
10 March 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITV OK DCBLIM COMMIT J LK.—Monpav

CITV OK DCBLIM COMMIT J LK.—Monpav

CITV COMMIT LK.—Monpav committee met this inoruirg eleven o’clock, when Mr. Joy appeared for the first time, in conjunctian with ]Me>sr*. Austen and Hutton, counsel for the bitting members. After much argument the committee retired, and on lltflt returning into court, the Chairma
10 March 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ILLEGAL PROCESSIONS.

ILLEGAL PROCESSIONS.

the course the day a considerable number per-ons amounting to 10 or 50, were arraigned indictments which charged them with walking procofcaion, contrary to law,— They were from the neighbourhood Porladown- Sir Thomas Staples having alluded the procedings in Parliament connected
10 March 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVINCIAL MAH NFS'S.

PROVINCIAL MAH NFS'S.

, **' * a—Coaa.—Wheat. »hile, 00« tO. ; rej, 10. o)2MM barrel Barley. l;l, It* I* • tone Oat*. ItHtldto Od per *Io, of It *lOOO. hue a--falauality,ll«6d to ItaUd , do., 10* to U«6d; Houaehold, .. to lUadrti addo.S* to7*od. Prime old Flour atill brinaa la per cwl, oaer new Oaruia
10 March 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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lB, ... 11 a.m.^ l9, ... 12 noon 20, ... . ~ noon. For the purpose of giving greater accommodation to the Shippers of Grain, Wool, Flour,and oilier heavy Goods, the Company have lately added to the number of their Vessels, by which the Mercantile Public uponevery facility and es
14 January 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EQUITY EXCHEQUER. George Ogle Godfrey, j to tht* Olliers, IJL Decree of hi* Majesty** Plalntirts. | Court of Exchequer in

EQUITY EXCHEQUER. George Ogle Godfrey, j to tht* Olliers, IJL Decree of hi* Majesty** Plalntirts. | Court of Exchequer in

Irclluch Reilly, Christiana, his |, nia-le in this Cause. Wife, and others, I bearing date the 6th day < Defendants. I June, 18*15, 1 will on Satur- J day, the 23d day January, 1; .1 the liuur : » • the aft» rr.y Chamhcra, the Inns-quay, Dublin, set and Sell highest and fairest
16 January 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IS I LL.NGAR TURNPIKE ROAD.

IS I LL.NGAR TURNPIKE ROAD.

I LL.NGAR TURNPIKE ROAD. THE ( omi sioners of the Turnpike Road i Dublin to Mullingar, the County of Westmeath, : ' '.ceive proposals for the TOLLS payable the several t •of sa 1 Road for One Year, on the Ist of M r. .i, 18*.8. The Tolls will bv let one, two, or three maybe agre
16 January 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH SH A I

IRISH SH A I

IRISH A I Share. Paid. X. a. d. a. d. ICO 0 0 0 0’ 100 25 0 25 0 0 0 25 0 32 0 100 0 4 0 SPEECH OF THE QUEEN OF PORTUGAL. We have received Lisbon letters of the 2d instant. The Queen of Portugal was married on the Ist inst. by proiy, at the Metropolitan Church Lisbon, and she imm
16 January 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. MEATH.—To SOLD, the Mansionhouse, Offices, and Demesne Lands of PLATJEIr, in the barony of Duleek, in this County. The

CO. MEATH.—To SOLD, the Mansionhouse, Offices, and Demesne Lands of PLATJEIr, in the barony of Duleek, in this County. The

Demesne is beautifully planted with useful and ornamental Trees, and the Timber very valuable. A considerable sum has been expended on the HouflSpwhich is large and commodious, and in other improvements on the premises- The Garden contains 3a. 2a. 30e., and is enclosed by a Bric
14 January 1836 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland