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INCORPORATED BT ACT OP PARLIAMENT.

INCORPORATED BT ACT OP PARLIAMENT.

THE present Establishm of the following Vessels ROYAL WILLIAM. ROYAL ADELAIDE, QUEEN VICTORIA, DUCHESS KENT, THAMES, DUKE of CAMBRIDGE, PRINCE, cot of the Company consists Teeds, y birmingmamT y MERSEY, Jf NOTTINGH/Mjr shamrock; # MARS, Cattle Tender. PRINCESS, 0,1 .Shannon: ATH
23 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF CORK.

COUNTY OF CORK.

PEREMPTORY SALE OF FEE-SIMPLE ESTATES. valuable Fee-Simple Estates of East and West X. MOULANE, heretofore advertised, containing 413 a. and 26r., and producing a well paid Annual Income of £529, will peremptorily SOLD Commercial Buildings, Dublin, on TUESD.OT, UwJlOth NOVEMBER
23 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(From the Timet of Tknrtdog Morning. J

(From the Timet of Tknrtdog Morning. J

(From the Timet of Morning. J The language in which the intelligence was made public must have led almost everybody to apprehend that something in the nature of paralysis ur apoplexy had bcfelleo the saviour of his country. can assure our readers that there wan no shadow of found
23 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
place through the Iron Getet Algicra, which reeched on the 2d.

place through the Iron Getet Algicra, which reeched on the 2d.

14 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

Mrs, Hooey has paid another visit to our boards, and appeared or the first time night, after an interval of two years fsince she last made the walls of Hawkiiis'-strcet re-echo the merry laugh. A favourite old comedy, and one which is well adapted to the style of the Vrstris sch
14 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. COLBURN’S PERIODICALS FOR NOVEMBER.

MR. COLBURN’S PERIODICALS FOR NOVEMBER.

COLBURN’S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND HUMORIST. Edited Tmeodobe Hook, Esq., Contains: Memoirs the Life and Writing* the late John Home, Esq, Author ** Douglas** with some original piece*. Matrimony, a Tale. By the Countess of Blessingtoo. Having one'a own way. By Laman Blanchard, E
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JUST PUBLISHED, T„„ B®W «» Bookirll'ra, HE CITIZEN ; Monthly Journal of Politics, Literature, and Art PRICE ONE SHILLING, coartura

JUST PUBLISHED, T„„ B®W «» Bookirll'ra, HE CITIZEN ; Monthly Journal of Politics, Literature, and Art PRICE ONE SHILLING, coartura

or no. 1., for novsnskr, 1939. Railtrays. I.itkeary KaoisTaa : Villain No, I. Arts and Artizans al Home ; A Ballad. ami Abroad, J. C. Sy- Grand Juries. mons. Medical Reform. Memoir* of Charles Mathew*, Recollections of Derbyshire Comedian. VoU. 111. and Haddon-Hall and Chat*. IV
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF WeXFORO.

COUNTY OF WeXFORO.

New Rots, Octobkk 29.—THom tetsioot vert to have commenced on Hie instant, bat the barrister ( Mr. vms unable to arrirc here until the following day. Upwards notices registry were served, and, regret to say, numbers of the county Reformer* who were in attendance on Wednesday lef
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWBY RACES.

NEWBY RACES.

Them races came off on Tuesday, over the grounds called ** The Marsh," the acighbourheod this town. The day was very ftae, and At attendance immense. About half-peat eleven o’clock the harass wars brought tha peat The running lar the Cup was follows : Mr. While’s g Slashing Harr
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"the LATE EARTHQUAKES IN SCOTLAND.

"the LATE EARTHQUAKES IN SCOTLAND.

Various comtpunleations have readied us in addition to those inserted in our last, respecting the earthquakes which occurred last week. select one or two of the more inie- Ing; New Town Dollae, 34th Oct —Last night I had gone to bed-room a little before ten o’clock, and was slit
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland