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ENGLISH QUARREL WITH NAPLES.

ENGLISH QUARREL WITH NAPLES.

The Sml of Marseilles of the states that Prince Canero, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the King of the Two Sicilies, had given his resignation, after the receipt of a very energetic diplomatic note from Mr. Temple, the English Minister, rclativa to the sulphur question. The Kin
02 April 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORN LAM'S.

THE CORN LAM'S.

have been always of opinion, and expressed it more than once, that the Landlords need not bo in such fright to the consequence of Mr. Villibrs’s motion. There may be debate of three or four nights—bur, '.he motion will lost by a great majority. The decline in the Corn Markets, n
02 April 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Moeacv Lrrraas. Vol. 2. Bvo. Bentley. I The second volume of this ininiuble letter-writer is, if possible, more interesting than the first. The history the struggle of Pulteney against bis father, which eventuated in the overthrow of his ministry—the wars in Flanders, from the b
02 April 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(;I.\KKAI. UI.MI.W OF Tin: COHN TKAMF,

(;I.\KKAI. UI.MI.W OF Tin: COHN TKAMF,

(;I.\KKAI. UI.MI.W Tin: COHN TKAMF, im win., r*sr Mi»k. \V»'are miin.ii u* • mu* n-*» |Ktt-U|; the aci-ai lb*' heat |*laat ha'e It i* he«l l**ilN I'l.l) li\ K. V\. CONUAV. 11. TKlMl'* I h'*t vlav, July 2. IM'*.
02 July 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KEG IST KIES.

THE KEG IST KIES.

CITY lit.lN. Tlio registry f»r this session closed Tuesday, afeer having continued for forty-six days, being session known since the passing of" the reform hill. At the clo*e, the registering barrister said that wi*he.l inform the gentlemen who managed the registry at either sid
02 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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AG IIICULTUIt A L INTEI.LICENCE.

AG IIICULTUIt A L INTEI.LICENCE.

IIICULTUIt INTEI.LICENCE. WATEttoKD Hr port for Dcccmbpr —Th* days uf dry weather that we had the m-jnih now cloawas barely auiHcieot to get the pot out of the ground very few instances wav u time replace them »luat. In eon)|Mraii*vly few where there were rale means and appliance
02 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
C O P P E U and LEAD MINES

C O P P E U and LEAD MINES

C O E and LEAD MINES Afford crery reason belicre, lhat if properly brought into operation, they may become A RICH SOURCE of WEALTH.
04 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROG MESS OF TEMPERANCE.

FROG MESS OF TEMPERANCE.

Gsaig, Jan. I.— .The progress of temperance this town and neighbourhood is Iwyond conception. The boatmen took the pledge in Waterford, and their example was soon followed vast number*, who presented to I lie llev. Martin Doyle, P. P. and although that excellent clergyman deferr
04 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PAST WEEK.

PAST WEEK.

Dusi.in —lOO tr*, fi'i hrl* I hhd timlT; 4b hhd*. brl* porter, Loudon. 200 ti«. 150 brla lieef; hhd*. HV» porter, to l.iverpmd. 4 hhd*. 70 hrU porter, to Cheater. trailer!; 42 hhd*. brl* porter, to Hri*t«u I* porter, Huucorn. 57 brl* porter, to Hull. porter, to tle. 10 hhd*. brl
04 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESfrLISH MAHKE Ts

ESfrLISH MAHKE Ts

LONDON PRICE CUREENT—T ' D. P. StuaM.—By an tl» more rotitrsrts .bo«ld until the new yea., thia market quite to-mot row. «hen tiUOll hags .| Maariloi. »,H U ti«m. Foreign of l.ruwn quality , Ib-li nets, without pre*en| ai.y S«g4r—Tiirre ta mins ileinsnd (or r, rk~wriptinn is sca
04 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland