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»rn were eloren in sonic huuac to broke* id burlier, stopped by th« ought for. The. til «ftcr sv.ns'.'li rtj

»rn were eloren in sonic huuac to broke* id burlier, stopped by th« ought for. The. til «ftcr sv.ns'.'li rtj

loc.d’ed -j Ut&h ites, cr. -at leasts, fi&mc-breakinj now with rr it cM.lined lisposition the the face every agist racy, for the last frames wire ere the gang, what it. . in I): ily all awkss practices* learn, there is . not accidental, arm proceeded in at such singularity of th
12 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Fuice 5d.) Jusl Published, HODGES & M AUTHUR, AND to a* HAD ali. the hooxsetutus, NO. VI. TUP DUBLIN EXAMINER,

Fuice 5d.) Jusl Published, HODGES & M AUTHUR, AND to a* HAD ali. the hooxsetutus, NO. VI. TUP DUBLIN EXAMINER,

OK, monthly miscellany SCIENCE. LITERATURE AND ART. For October, 1816. price t?s. Id. /•rnteia mens recti, Ea-mrr CONTAINING a Rcviewr A Garland for the Grave B. B. Sueridax, CbAat.Es Phillips. W .•■-Kovicw Adolphe, Anecdote trouvec dims k-s „,Xr dun liiconn, «t puldiee, par Bek
21 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY ROSCOMMON

COUNTY ROSCOMMON

In the Matter rJ"'o Sold by Auction, Kelly, a Bankrupt. X before the Conmiissibners, 3 tlie Royal Exchange, Dublin, Monday, the 9th day of December next, Three q*Clock in the afternoon, the Interest which the said Wiliiatn Kelly bod at the time his Bankruptcy, the following Land
23 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tlol)«K house, J. Notary Fal.lir, Arth. Handcock, do. Proprietor of The Mercan- F. Coulson, do. <<. V Journnl, Alexander Stewart,

tlol)«K house, J. Notary Fal.lir, Arth. Handcock, do. Proprietor of The Mercan- F. Coulson, do. <<. V Journnl, Alexander Stewart,

Merchaat, Wm. Shig Builder, John Vance, do. James J. Kennedy, ' Mer- Ilobt. Bateson, Esq. Belvoir- chant, Surgeon Marshall, Hugh Kennedy. Cultra, James Arthur, Attorney^ James A. Farrell, Larne, J. P. Price, S. H. Merchant, Hugh Johnston, Merchant, Kev. J, E. Brown, Janies Kenne
23 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE BRITAIN. last page the Reader will peruse a Report ej . tho proceedings at Bridgeton, North Britain, idch referred

STATE BRITAIN. last page the Reader will peruse a Report ej . tho proceedings at Bridgeton, North Britain, idch referred

on Saturday. The speakers r , rf . j very subordinate and humble stations; this circumstance, far from djminisliing the interest of the Meeting, as The Courier, and his compeers, would insinuate, tends, in our mind, to ,-ive character of considerable importance. They are princip
26 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TTTF. Ol.ti MASTER?.. .t;on I*AiNTINI»S, clm-ily Cabinet Au. lent fliftors. sri.rtft; i ._li WINGS, BOOKS,, sous*- i I'. i. c.

TTTF. Ol.ti MASTER?.. .t;on I*AiNTINI»S, clm-ily Cabinet Au. lent fliftors. sri.rtft; i ._li WINGS, BOOKS,, sous*- i I'. i. c.

o. . tlic* •»'» i wc* 'vUoleuill Im> SOLi) th* v-i V. flu- :otl! NovcMftEi’v. nmlfiiliowing •Sn i. vfrn, Mr. n \Vi£.»Ni the Place Sale,— ;is Wiaiiu;. directed Mr. Ht-bnl, ‘i3. Upper t. s!.i:U I'.c atterdc**; o. O.i tin? Bill the Deputies ftssembletl, I.proceeded formation the ni
16 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF BRITAIN.

STATE OF BRITAIN.

STATE BRITAIN. must reserve until Tuesday our selections the State of Britain : they are not without interest, hut the most singular feature they present is ttie following Advertisement At 3li*et»ng at the Carlisle, Shorcfiitcli, Tlinrsdey, the 7t!j November inst. was determined
16 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UESOt.UTIONS.

UESOt.UTIONS.

I. Resolved, That the unerar. pled calamities which ouv Cmir.try i, now oppressed, oblige break the silence leave ,o lo'ag observed, and approach the Legislature »l tne British l-tepiie with our earnest prayer lor and protection. 2, Resolved. That cannot bait view will) alarm, t
14 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
New Furniture, Calico &■ Linen-xh apery Warehouse, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. THOMAS M‘BRIDb: & Co. return ihe.r Sincere thanks their Friends

New Furniture, Calico &■ Linen-xh apery Warehouse, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. THOMAS M‘BRIDb: & Co. return ihe.r Sincere thanks their Friends

and the Public for the liberal patronage they have received sitKethe.r commencement in the tnistnes* of GK.seRA,. and mu have the pleasure of announcing, that they have removed .heir »^N^..% FaBuKGHST KT . the extensive nature of the Concerns ath.rds 0 - (unity for the full disp
9 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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ttnder»tand there will a General Mecling of the Inhabitants bf St. Mary’s Parish, on Monday luxt, ih the Church, to heat - and determine on a Petition to ParliamcVit against the Window Tax. A Committee of Thirteen was appointed for that purpose; but it known that other Petitions
9 November 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland