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i. K!.(.!.srUV—Saji ui»av

i. K!.(.!.srUV—Saji ui»av

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22 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RODERICK CONNOR.

RODERICK CONNOR.

For particulars application (if letter, post-paid), Daniel M*Nevin, Esq., No. 8, Middle Gardiner-strcct, Solicitor for the Plaintiffs, and J. Henderson, Esq., 24, North Great George’s-street, Solicitor for the principal Defendants N. B. There good Dwelling House, and suitable Of
26 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTH 1

NOTH 1

NOTH Lauds of CLor.NTKA MIKA, MIKAS JL ACIiES, and I'EHMOYLE, situate the County Cf.AKE. heretofore advertised, are siili fur Sale, either together or separately, and will he disposed ;i* soon •h .* value is •i<f’ r*"d S 'or ufh'tirulats as to Uental, Till.*, &c. , with tU^ emine
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO FAMILIES

TO FAMILIES

FAMILIES VKM.ING, Rri>iN(i, or/in J. Excursions on the Water, are tin* follun*tug indispensable for Mini attraction; - ROWLAND S K ALVDOV extracted fiom the most exotic*, and warranted perfectly innocent. Ii protects the Face and Skin from the baneful elli*cts the Sun and Dust—as
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC n I'!. If.'l OH IM AUSTRALIA.

CATHOLIC n I'!. If.'l OH IM AUSTRALIA.

CATHOLIC n I'!. If.'l OH AUSTRALIA. are in«le!ile«l to the Ahrnlevn Hrrnld for the following very interestiiu' (l(H , uments, ami the judicious remarks appended to them. Observe the assistance given the Oatholic religion in this remote colony, by the Xories, who are clamouring so
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
( ;m-,.,ip 1l over Win,. liW.awl from ,W | nliLnne, | ,iJ « iii “linliwas .Itln.in-.l ,|„. barr.nks 1.-tii.-m H."

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«• .inlin ..r tin; ml..'li w. in-. in l!..- s:.-f, I -ihc- trade was r-, la v, but s„ f. „ ... The Minton lay nnnn.mia" 'I Inly ami in ll.e |i.ililn pinn.ii.ail. s. was inihlish.ii nil lie I -11. ut |.ate.ls at that alt. rat ion can W i.ot„, wIH-tln-r any nf the imhta j' 1 ., ,
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVE nr no I. M IHKETS

LIVE nr no I. M IHKETS

LIVE I. IHKETS i.im:rk»ol (oßN.r.x# iiangk. a* .. 2» > Wivk r'fl Ui* ~>P|'ly f In*h »i.H f -.ur. Iwt «itK ♦’«* r-M-fition. tin* mm market h*»e taro fie)'’. -r *!nr the nauie Ita** moliuarH fin* . »ltK* ka* .t tail frr the finer <j«ial.iMS uViai ]iavc licru *<* l»* »tf - •alv* tha
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPPOSED MURDER.

SUPPOSED MURDER.

O'Neill, of Longtield, died on Friday morning la*t, in cunjeqnence, it is supposed, injuries receiveil when returning from Jones borough fair. Before hi* death li# mentioned that was set" by n body of men, and raped with difficulty from one party his pursuers. Deceased was rathe
26 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
NET ISM.

NET ISM.

yeitarday paid a risit the North London Hospital,in order to witness* the operations of Al. Duportet, the French Professor of animal magnetism, who has recently artie ed in this country from Pari*. The professor commenced his operations on young girl, about 17 year* of age, an i
26 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
DA KINO ROBBERY.

DA KINO ROBBERY.

la.t Wednesday night there was robbery effected the North-gate Brewery in this town. The robbers effected an entrance through one the back windows, nearly opposite the Cashel road ; they broke tbroogh several partitions, bsat the man in care of the vard in a most savage maimer,
26 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland