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THE HARVEST—THE WEATHER.

THE HARVEST—THE WEATHER.

The ctate of the weather in tbit it truly Scarcely a night pewet that have n.*t great ram, and when the night it dry the following day fine. It continued in tbit way for the fortnight. tincerely tmtt that other places may Have been more favoured; not, wheat crop for next year pr
28 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Dirraasa at Ska. —At half-past one , on the inatant, her Majesty's packet J. Gray, cons* was about mid-way on her passage between Kingstown and Holyhead, wind blowing bard from S. W., a large schooner wa« observed with her sails clawed and carrying signal of distress. Captain Gr
28 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET—STATE OF TRADE.

MONEY MARKET—STATE OF TRADE.

The Liverpool Times, of Tuesday, draws the following melancholy picture of the state of commerce and manufactures in the North of England. The measures of the Bank of England to curtail the circulation are completely paralysing all branches of industry, and the prospects arc glo
14 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORASGE TREASON—AN IRISH BRADSHAW.

ORASGE TREASON—AN IRISH BRADSHAW.

Whilst the Times is endeavouring save the Tories from the consequences of Mr. Brausuaw’s treason, by hinting doubts of the accuracy of his speech published in its own columns, the Irish Orangemen are applauding and re-echoing every seditious sentiment and insulting expression in
14 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL REVIEW THE CORN TRADE, HIRING THE EAST WEEK. Nut«it)i*tjmdin£ th»* nintinut-d pfeMWr in the money at bouie, «n*l the

GENERAL REVIEW THE CORN TRADE, HIRING THE EAST WEEK. Nut«it)i*tjmdin£ th»* nintinut-d pfeMWr in the money at bouie, «n*l the

dikaatnxmneeoant's ireeived llir United affairs with the jirohahle .•♦wa may nsult from the aait.e this CMUDtry. the grain trade Lm maintaiurd healthy character at nearly all the k*«diuf tnaraeu the kingdom held during the week. The circumalauce* alnire alluded have, indeed, pre
14 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1839.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1839.

HOWQUA’S MIXTURE OF FORTY RARE BLACK TEAS, MOWQUA’S SMALL LEAF GUNPOWDER, IN CHINESE CATTY HALF AND QUABTBR PACKAGES. THESE TEAS consist of one description of Black tha genuine Howqua’s Mixture, and ona Green Mowqua’i Small Leaf Gunpowder, and are fold in Cbincee Catty, Half-Cat
26 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR- W. COLLING HOBSON

MR- W. COLLING HOBSON

HAS tbe honor to announce to tbe Nobilitv. Clergy. Gentry. Merchants. Manufacturers, Tiadesmen. Ac. A« » that he it preparing for Publication, by Subscription, A NEW MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES. Containing all the Improvements in the GeogrsphJ the United Kingdom the present lime, p
26 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAR IN CIRCASSIA.

WAR IN CIRCASSIA.

The Commerce contains an article, dated Odessa, Nov. 4, which announces further successes of tbu heroic Circassians over the invader. EARTHQUAKE IN SAVOY. The Geuetta Piemoniese the 19th Instant states, that three new shocks of earthquake were felt at St. Jean de Maurienne, in S
26 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The Emo Hounds will meet Killone, Tuesday, 26; Bagnalatown, Tulivw, Friday, 29; Kilmaroocy, Saturday, 30; Ballykilcavaa, Monday, Dec. 2; Lamberton Gate, Friday, Spirekill, Muaday. Timofue, Crow-raada, Friday, clerea o’clock each day. The Hounds will meet Thursday, 28, G olden-gr
26 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW tSTBLUGESCE.

LAW tSTBLUGESCE.

LAW COURT OF QUEKN BENCH— Satcrdat. Ulakt Duty. Mr. O'Dowd applied lo the court for leave issue a writ certiorari to up the record of the conviction obiained against the defendant in this c**e, before James Arthur Browne, Francis Crean, and Francis French, justices of the peace f
26 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland