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THOMAS ELLIS.

THOMAS ELLIS.

Pur particular* a* to Title, application In be made to Jumti lyarrcn, Psq,, No. 1, Cavendi»l|.ro«r; or of. J. Hatty, I’laintifTi Solicitor, fi. Lower Sackvillr-atreet, Dublin, Alexander Crou, Kscp and Margaret, fain PURSUANT to the Decretal Orders of hi* Majesty’s lii/li Court o
26 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A MILLER WANTED

A MILLER WANTED

ANTED, a MILLER, capable of •uperin»• tending a Flour Mill. UnqnestionabU reference* aa to character and capability will be required. Apply to A. O, C. the Office of thi* Paper. If by Leitor, post-paid. ■ • COAL ESTABLISHMENT, GREAT BRUNSWICK STREET. THOMAS STEPHENS, Surviving P
26 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. OIFES’S PLAN.

MR. OIFES’S PLAN.

There was a preliminary Meeting of Mr. Owen's Friends vcslerday. regret we have not space this Jay to detail the particulars. Mr. Owes, perhaps, is right in attributing the misfortunes of this Country, in some respects, to over production ami want of employment. But there are ot
15 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. CANNING.

MR. CANNING.

The Reader will sec, in the Ust page, a character of Mr. Canxikq, sketched by very friendly pencil, is true, but still marked by more candour than we, had cause to expect from Mr, Cobbxtt. It is curious read the zealous and hearty admission of Mr. Coebktt respecting the great ta
15 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL OF 7HE VSIOS.

REPEAL OF 7HE VSIOS.

REPEAL VSIOS. Moml.vr, the 7tli inst. an «djour!ic’l Quarterly Meeting of the Corporation of Skinnen ami Glovers heUl receive the Uejiort the . Committee api-ointcJ prepare an Atldreev Lt'ciuv Covtanmok, >l. P. relative t* hi» Motion a Repeal the Act of Union. On the Motion of Mr
15 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LORD MAYOR.

THE LORD MAYOR.

Alderman Fleming will hold distinguished place in the Municipal History of Dublin. Without putting in liis claim superior civiitn—without aMnming the port and demeanour of eitraordinary vigour— with no pretensions, in fact, of any kind, he will have accomplished, the quiet and u
2 November 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
notice.

notice.

THE Trustees of the Southern Division the Turnpike Road, leading from Dundalk, in the County of Louth, to Banbridge, in the County Down, hereby give Notice, tiiat a Meeting of said will be hold the Court-house, Dundalk, on WEDNESDAY, the day Novcmlicr next, at the hour Twelve o’
22 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY OF

NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY OF

IRELAND. THE Trustees of the National Assuiiance Comeavt Ireland, appointed to receive a Deposit of Five Pounds par Share, conformable to Order of tbc CoMmiltra of Twenty.one, hereby give Notice, that they will continue to receive the said Deposit from such have not yet paid, un
22 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REFINED SUGARS.

REFINED SUGARS.

WS. HAMILTON and Co. in addition to their present Slock will land in the course of this week, from Ixmdnn, Lircrpool, end Bristol, Hoplicads of KKKINKU SUGARS, of ell descriptions, from Double Refine* Common Lump, which, with further quemity of HoK»hei>d«, now on the way from th
18 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. LEITRIM.—To SOLD, a Fee-Simple Estate, in the Lauds CLOONMULLIGAN and CORNAMUCKLAUGH, producing about £l3O a-ycar, well secured. Tile Lands

CO. LEITRIM.—To SOLD, a Fee-Simple Estate, in the Lauds CLOONMULLIGAN and CORNAMUCKLAUGH, producing about £l3O a-ycar, well secured. Tile Lands

are situate within a mile of the County Town, and excellent quality. Alsu, charge of »P2500, icing the first Encumbrance on a very considerable Estate; for to pay which, and subsequent Encumbrances, Decree for a Sale lias been pronounced, and a Receiver appointed; there is no do
2 February 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland