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FROM ANOTHER LETTER.

FROM ANOTHER LETTER.

Persons who gall themselves the friends M. de- Talleyrand, now .pretend that it was his intention to quarrel with the Court; that the offensive discourse which held in the hotel of the English Ambassador, respecting the Minister of the Police, was uttered for the purpose of obta
26 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UUM.KTIN Ot' UECEMBKIi. 13.

UUM.KTIN Ot' UECEMBKIi. 13.

•ft,,,. Bureaux were occupied with the examinatioa ->'f tiie Projet Law concerning the payment I the f,;ur nrst twelfths of the contribution* of I’*!,!*. Dec. is.—There h«» been violent hurricane all, i„i,t I’aria, has done considerablo damage. The Co.nn.iUee the Chamber of nrea
26 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE PUBLIC.

TO THE PUBLIC.

The Upholstery and Cabinet IVart-Rooms, No. 35, Stafford-street, (Exactly opposite Mary’s Church,) * IS now open for the purpose disposing of the entire Stock, (which is new and elegant) at very reduced Prices, for Ready Muncy. JAMES takes this opportunity of informing hi* Frien
28 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISS IiYUXE.

MISS IiYUXE.

MISS In our last publication we alluded to certain in* vidious reports that had been put into circulation, for the purpose of stigmatizing the motives that induced this young Lady to embrace the Drama as profession. The parties have alleged, that the distress her family was a mer
28 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ko.B^oo cftx^crißv. The lari. John O’Neill, » |>\j- u • ANT to tl'.Dc- Pliia (ii'.u;/ . . Right CluiiicS; v

Ko.B^oo cftx^crißv. The lari. John O’Neill, » |>\j- u • ANT to tl'.Dc- Pliia (ii'.u;/ . . Right CluiiicS; v

all Person' - . Lari o’Nt.li others lrcTin:br:m« the (»;• r - "■■ -■■ ■• O’Neill. lau* Shine’s > * in the C'ounty of* rim, John, I.onl Viscount O’Neill, cf Cystic, ftforvs-rj, also deceased, to come in n:e, ’.Vy the Inns-qu iy, Uoblia. aiid prove iirc-*rtai?i the on . the IClh J
10 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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jpubUc object, not tbe object BRIT-A’lN.' ,uMio? , iliat the Cnuotvy We ve favou , «ommuniwas tl,e n,ost C«»il.ti6... It

was, , cations fronl fa Coiiatn's from our Sub;t wqs not so. it warn not, so, why did not the | fa cif their ap- Country falsify the statement cathedra? If robation ,comnrehen*iva and satisfactory were so, if the Requisition:** did really speak tffei maaner in wWefr! wtt . the
12 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
riiIVATE LETTERS FROM PARIS.

riiIVATE LETTERS FROM PARIS.

pAßiy* Not. 30.—The Ministers have been 'in a dread fid state (he all’air of Robert. Richelieu, Fell re and were present at the discussion of yesterday the Chamber of Deputies, which more divided in sentiments than the last Chamber. Robert’s case has commenced the struggle; it w
12 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Wiliam Bhily JKuUacet Solicitor for the Plaititiffs, No. .7 J, Sun ir.er-hdl.

Wiliam Bhily JKuUacet Solicitor for the Plaititiffs, No. .7 J, Sun ir.er-hdl.

Wiliam Bhily JKuUace t Solicitor for the Plaititiffs, No. .7 Sun ir.er-hdl. Edward Hill, Esq. acting" Executor the late Iliclnird Kir wan, Esq. deceased. Plaintiff. Patrick Ivirwan, Esq. and others, Defendants. to :liO Decree his Majesty's Court of Chancery Ireland, made this Cau
17 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MENTAL DERANGEMENT. ASYLUM FOIf FEMALES. THE .Proprietor of a Lunatic Establishment at Flnglas, convinced ♦?:« important advantage* be derived from

MENTAL DERANGEMENT. ASYLUM FOIf FEMALES. THE .Proprietor of a Lunatic Establishment at Flnglas, convinced ♦?:« important advantage* be derived from

effecting a complete sc**»arr» ,r or! of the Sexes, and of the difficulty of d gso desirable measure, while they are accommodated under the same roof, has ile+ermined to devote the Hou-e at Finglas Males, and has tak* fitted up Jlelvidere-House, near Drumcondra, in an appropriat
5 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ril\i DUBLIN F.XAMINFA.

ril\i DUBLIN F.XAMINFA.

DUBLIN httve nlretuly some '’W creditsbiC poetic talolit fro— M' 'y* Every Ecader of ta perceive, perusal, infinite sop ' t.iose chaste tutd teel'ng effusio-* to. ntpr.'trvcious, gaudy and morbid imitations the Cresca School, which have been n-cendv obtruded the Public with such
3 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland