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CENT.RAT. ASSOftATTON OF TRF.I.AND.

CENT.RAT. ASSOftATTON OF TRF.I.AND.

CENT.RAT. ASSOftATTON TRF.I.AND. tor* i* limply riJlmlou*. <Wt>e« them m nomincit of CooneU, delcgatn of priestly conspirators, traitors, aliens, ana what not. They not choose U» advert the fact that the number of Catholics less by live or six than those who sat m the last parlia
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE REFORMERS OF BATH.

TO THE REFORMERS OF BATH.

Gentlemen, —Circumstances, personal myself, and to which I need not further allude, have compelled delay address of thanks to you, for your kind but unavailing efforts to continue in the honourable position your Representative. Believe fully sensible the honour which your confid
31 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE LET

TO BE LET

TO LET THE DWELLING-HOUSE of KILROOT BLEACH-GREEN, with accommodation for a respectable Family, beautifully for Sea Bathing. Also, a Commodious DWELLIhpfcjfIOUSE, with exlcnve Back Premises, in the Toym ofrenrrivktergus. Apply letter (post-paid), to R. THOMPSON, Esq., Church-Stre
31 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M.\ I HIMONV

M.\ I HIMONV

M.\ HIMONV l mmli to In- Iml imlisputablv cerium, H„u n: |HTvm> lx'tli scv. s arc ilctcrn .yfr./i Wl- U tlic i.wlri. state I.* iiiliru.ilics toils .I.M-l.m-; manv iTc(l for wnnt of tlum- plci|ei-s "f witlumt ha|i|iii'.css 1-. at least, precarious; circutnslaiiccs arc occasion-il
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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i» the Mai to' (•.rrt-. * i,i 1» ,, 'l Kc'l tvi.i.-. nd others C s’. in thi- flatter. Mmol'. heal in;' dale the day of I IT. nude pursuance o* the I aih (ieneral Orile;, I will, the -f’tlypday September neM, at the hour ol One ( lock in noon, my Ollice, on the lnns-«pia\, in the
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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h SI! '1- •II

h SI! •II ini.nt .! iv. nf.ill the alm.iv.i :;H'l liy li. . istm.i < ••in 1..-,;.1 . f ! ( .Mini il. v* iiimmcvuifut adirry ;i ,;, . iiom ulli<l. lie (‘alatr.iva 'han't it. rim;' th.it the (irni'ii inter the ip'ilal. >s .a tli «. :l I- ; I.mi l!- Im<l • 1,1 v «lrr tin mj. r ii. M
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KIT L KSIA ST 1C A L ESTA BLISH M ENTS.

KIT L KSIA ST 1C A L ESTA BLISH M ENTS.

KIT L KSIA ST A L ESTA BLISH M ENTS. Doctor Cooke Answered," with word the way for the incomparable Chalmers by Thomas Dixon, Esq. (Dublin. M in. M arren, Capel-street, 1837). 'This is a critique the report a discussion uncivil establishments of religion, which was held Belfast,
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVE Hl’ O0 E Ml HE E TS.

LIVE Hl’ O0 E Ml HE E TS.

LIVE Hl’ E Ml HE TS. I IVEBPOOL C<>BN-E\< lIAMit. Aik. 4*—TVw*. irrn..rt« •>( an* t.» lair bill .nh. r ainricart tradr the *up,.l.e. arr »a« a littb* murr dnttaod 1«r abrat. tn.l -uftcuut, be«r»«r. to funl.. d.. l.w I'M'-' •*< '-I" '"f* '„l U, (id ho.lml lower tl.au th» -e ktnr o
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT TO BE LET OR SOLD. / MR. MURPHY, of Bride-street, having/etired from bosinsra, will let or sell ills

GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT TO BE LET OR SOLD. / MR. MURPHY, of Bride-street, having/etired from bosinsra, will let or sell ills

House Concerns in BRIDE-STREET, which Has been forty years established in the Grocery, Spirit, and )Mne Trade. The Retail Licence paid, and all on Premises. Apply Messrs. J. and J. Bovce, Andrew-street. 24th August, 1837. BUILDERS AND n Proposals win be recei persawa
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAND.

LAND.

The -esidenoe U replete with comfort, and ample for all the legitimate defire* of family of respectability. Nearly the entire property is irrigated ; there an unlimited command of lime-stone, hme-stone-sand, marie, and turbary; all the neighbouring mountains abound in grouse, an
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland