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were in the disturbed Districts, bad represented them as

were in the disturbed Districts, bad represented them as

totally unconnected with reltgicus animosity, fltere t however, persons in this country who would like the torch party spit it if they knew hew, hut tlieir would futile. was glad to stale, that his M'Ciellund and Moore, represented the most favorable point view, the good conduct
21 March 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW SEEDS:

NEW SEEDS:

GARGAN & FARRELL lias received, per the jlnne, Captain Lewis; and the Levant Star, Captain Owens, fron London, their usual extensive Assortment of Garden Seeds, Spring Vetches, Mangle Wurrell, Field Turnips, &c. all of which arc of prime Quality, and the Prices of many Articles
9 February 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
. t*/ir ■SP.’WJ* '-i ■~.*T*-rTr~y.-'-y • m PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TiPPEnAny. The annexed communication it from Correspondent, upon whose honor and

. t*/ir ■SP.’WJ* '-i ■~.*T*-rTr~y.-'-y • m PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TiPPEnAny. The annexed communication it from Correspondent, upon whose honor and

veracity we place the utmost reliance. It will be' recollected that former Paper we stated the manner in which the unhappy Hokak came his death. V> e are unwilling to believe that any obstacle has been thrown in the way of bringing t'ae delinquents ji' lir.e, because it is not t
9 February 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
. . .I— be SOLD, a remarkably A (JOLDSMITH i irilWrcumstanwd PER SIMPLE. ESTATE/ not to •mr.mioce their & the

. . .I— be SOLD, a remarkably A (JOLDSMITH i irilWrcumstanwd PER SIMPLE. ESTATE/ not to •mr.mioce their & the

Public, Quit Crown Krot, end |iio<luiing P«r J ~,-r TEAS, sorn« Ar'u.n . Li, «ndwcrlptioHof Bfpty yfeat*. & HitJs,-So- were induced iioitar-,. 6d, I.wwer (Jai.lincr*ttreiiT, Duulin. . _ , ■ ii?“!?» *.*.» ‘i®LD, ifc .« fc.l u.»» Lands JEAN’S CHANGE, r.cr*. * *e.r W excellent Moa.
12 January 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENT]

DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENT]

LET, or the Interest in the LEASE JL SOLD, an excellent Family House, containing Watcr-closset, Shower-bath, .&(*. &c., a large Garden, in the Inghest state cultivation; blocked with the best kruit Trees, and about five acres of Meadow Ground. For particulars, apply Mr. C. Pnjm*
7 May 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STRADBALLY.

STRADBALLY.

QUEEN'S CO be SOLD, Interest tlu* lamsc (iwo Lives) THE ABBEY, comprising t'MTileiit 1 )ul-11 Ganlcns, am! all complete and substantial ortlir, with acres ol priirc I,ami aitachctl to it, twenty-one acres it' required ; the whole which is now under atid in the highest stale impr
7 May 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I*l Ret. Thoin»s Urady, P.P ; * Ja «• Met. P. Murray, P.r. Of G.mstown 1 Ji'jtas Clias. Brady. Em).

I*l Ret. Thoin»s Urady, P.P ; * Ja «• Met. P. Murray, P.r. Of G.mstown 1 Ji'jtas Clias. Brady. Em).

I.L. B. (Nafau) IVilliatu Campbell, Emj. M. iso Thomas Walker, E>-q . 0 3l,jmr Keating. (Couuty Kilkenny).... Kiinue! R. AViley, Esq. (Cork). W. E. Penrose, Es<]._(diUo)... 0 Iter. Griffin* F.T.C.D TUoina. M‘Donnclt, Esq. George Seymour, Esq. (Dray).,.. oirierliill) 0 0 0 0 0 0
6 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH EXCHANGE AND AGENCY OFFICE, -Vo. 34, COLLEGE-GHEES', DVELIS', (opposite the bane ieelakd.) ST. GEO. GHEGG and Company, are constantly

BRITISH EXCHANGE AND AGENCY OFFICE, -Vo. 34, COLLEGE-GHEES', DVELIS', (opposite the bane ieelakd.) ST. GEO. GHEGG and Company, are constantly

supplied with Bank of England Notes, Bank Post Bills, Sovereigns, Guineas, &c., and Draw at any sight date on Uieir Bankers, Sir James Esdaile, Esdaile, Hammet, GaEKPEi.L and Scott, London. English Bills bought and Sold on Commission. * * Loans and Annuities negotiated. MONEY. b
20 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS

THE FUNDS

The Funds are nearly stationary to-duy, but the tendency is apparently in favour of improvement. The last prices wen.' New Four per Cents. 98$—Four per Cents. —:i$ |ier Cents. —Reduced 79j—Bank Long Ann. 20$-India Bonds 47 pro.—Ex. Bills pin.—Consols for Account 81$. (From our P
4 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY

CHANCERY

Balfe -j having DebU, Chat *. or EncumhriMiciw agaiaM A 4 Flanagan and and Premucs to Uic Urrrue is Om others. I Cause, or against John Flanagan, Esq. late -Jof Clogber, in the Cuuntj of Ibwconiuna* dicfascd, are lieroby required.to come in and prow tie' same before me, on or be
5 February 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland