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COUNTY OF MEATH,

COUNTY OF MEATH,

TO be SOLD by Private Contract, in such Lots as may be agreed, part of the Estates of Sir Francis lloi’Kiys, Baronet : No. Renta) 3 The Fee and Inheritance the l.niuj* of CLONSILLAGH, otherwise Kings Mountaiiu near Crossakell, containing 4r., plantation mJasure, subject to a qui
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVINCIAL MARKTEB.

PROVINCIAL MARKTEB.

CORK, Oct. 31.—New • kite wheat, 38«; red, 15sto 39s Od; average, 30s per stone; barley, 9» 22* average, I 7» per ; new usU. t*s 14s average, per st. Fuji; a—First quality, 23s to 27*; second do, 225; household. 14s ; third do, Oatmeal, 17s IH* per cwl; bran 61. to 6L 13s per to
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROGRAMME OF THE SALE

PROGRAMME OF THE SALE

Wednesday and Thursday, the Household Furniture, Plate, and Wines. Friday, tha Stock, Carriages, Harness, Hay, Oats and Wheat; and Saturday, the unsold lot* all classes. Further particulars may known of Charles If. Cromic, Esq., Annefield, or, JOSEPH A JAMES MARSHALL. Auctioneer
07 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
On the 12th we have the following statement

On the 12th we have the following statement

the 12th we have the following statement The commercial and Pennsylvania hanks of Philadelphia have suspended. there are now no specie-paying banks in ThvßaltimoreJhtriot of Thursday morning. Second Edition, toys, In consequence the intelligence received last night from Philadelp
07 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KERRY AGRICULTURAL MEETING.

KERRY AGRICULTURAL MEETING.

We have only, present, space refer the report of the important Agricultural Meeting lately held Tralee, and to which we referred on Tuesday. Postpone* bxts. —Some matters prepared for publication this evening arc necessarily omitted, including notices of the Magazines for the pr
07 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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DEATH OF MR. MARTLEY

DEATH OF MR. MARTLEY

DEATH MR. MARTLEY We regret announce the death of Mr. Martley, Assistant-Hamster of the East Riding of Cork. Though a Conservative, was a gentleman, and in private life very amiable. As a lawyer, his character stood very high, being for many years the leader Ids circuit. Doctor S
07 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA—PERSECUTION OF CATHOLICS.

RUSSIA—PERSECUTION OF CATHOLICS.

The question of mixed marriages was in the Russian empire assuming character more grave than even in Prus ia ; but, the Catholic clergy were nut formidable to the former as to the latter, the alfair might decided very summarily against them. A letter from Poland, dated the ult,
05 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESUL/sn to nr tueasos—irrlasd.

ESUL/sn to nr tueasos—irrlasd.

ESUL/sn tueasos—irrlasd. It is certainly very curious that, whilst the and Roots select Ireland and Popery as the grand theme of their treasonable orations, the conduct of the Loud Lieutenant of Ireland lauded by To- j i ries and Whigs alike, as deserving ot the warmest com| mend
05 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIETY.

SOCIETY.

now insert the Rules of the Committee Rooms of the Total Abstinence Society” 1. one admitted liut •uWrihrr. 2. one perniitted Im* a to room* faithful tlw above-named society. . ... 3. The committee rooms closed during divine service of the committee to considered valid, until ap
05 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
marriages in high life.

marriages in high life.

marriages high life. The marriage of Lord (ilenlyon and the Miss Home Drummond was solcmniMed on Tuceday last, lllair Drummond, in the presence of select family party. The nuptials of the happv couple were celebrated the Duchess of Atholl, at Dunkeld, fea«t and hall The hride and
05 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland