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FALL ON WINE. T. AM) JESSUP, • IN consequence a reduction the Shipping Price* a' Oporto, inform their Ciisionur*, they

FALL ON WINE. T. AM) JESSUP, • IN consequence a reduction the Shipping Price* a' Oporto, inform their Ciisionur*, they

l‘»*» ile'eruiineU ..imjii Rclliiie their present Stuck , l::IME OLD UED PORT, Some of K/urarttr of yt.»rj t« Jsoule, Tt.it* fully cor; *o thi* fall. '.villf-strcet, April 4* THE Woollen Hall. •) this day, per the Kate and .IB Bales, direct from the Factory, comprising '..ien. o
11 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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4 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLITICAI. CONSPIRACY IN POLAND.

POLITICAI. CONSPIRACY IN POLAND.

POLITICAI. CONSPIRACY POLAND. For the following Letter we are indebted to Farit Paper: « A private Letter from Poland, worthy of credit, cootaina the following statement * Thu arreat of 3d. * * *, Secretary of tbe Minitier *, baa led to diacovery of aery important Correopoodcoce,
2 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CART.TSLF/S SHOPMAN.

CART.TSLF/S SHOPMAN.

Dr. LUSIIINGTON said, held in his hand Petition from a very humble individual who complained of imprisonment under the of the having been tried by a Jury who had prejudged his cause. Tins Person, whose name was Richard who was tried the Old Bailey, on the 4th March, before the C
2 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
gusiUn ConwU. choMQflw® «li* ,«umund«- Ari, »r«» (or 'll tort been concert** rt Smyrna odd the I»J«» lh* ochro, to

gusiUn ConwU. choMQflw® «li* ,«umund«- Ari, »r«» (or 'll tort been concert** rt Smyrna odd the I»J«» lh* ochro, to

iruurrecuonix* the Offmk* (eabjecto of , . Aip. Wen .kb ««. «"d •»«““* b*rn «i«d U» Gulf of Smyrna, when tb, I lo for l»per»! thet tb« Merchant* of OdeMa *' *, Greek Insurgent* money and corn, euppliee **., M iwd in the Strait of the BoH>boru»; that Ale*, styling himself the • R
9 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MEKT.

MEKT.

The Consiitßtioo it, u nearly as ponible, rint of the United State*. The Country i* governed President and Vice President. The lows proceed from the Senate, and tlie Congress of the Representatives of all the Departments. The Judge* are made independent for life. The children of
9 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J. and H. LELAND, HAT MANUFACTURERS, AXD IS VEli TORS of GEN VISE ELASTIC wateuproof hats, RESPECTFULLY acquaint their Frionds

J. and H. LELAND, HAT MANUFACTURERS, AXD IS VEli TORS of GEN VISE ELASTIC wateuproof hats, RESPECTFULLY acquaint their Frionds

and the Public, their additional KRtablisbmcirt, No. 32, WESTMOHLAND-STREET, Opened for Buaincs* on TUESDAY, the 2d of APRIL embrace this opportunity presenting their grateful acknowledgments for favors previously experienced, and have sanguine expectations unabated assiduity wi
9 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
try \ ■ , y ■, ,. BEAD, and Co. bag k«w to! ■ Jl%/ apprize their received by cundry

try \ ■ , y ■, ,. BEAD, and Co. bag k«w to! ■ Jl%/ apprize their received by cundry

VeaeU, large aaecmment fine and Vwy Boe SooeßAfla and Congo* Tea* (the latter charactered s4rbmg& rather if rong i They llleohave tliem in Boxee sclba. which, having etjuul advantage in thefr Purchase and Selection the »wt India Company’s tale, they can dispose of, well ail otli
6 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LONDON PETITION.

THE LONDON PETITION.

Mr. Alderman WOOD said, lie had hoar to present a Petition adopted Common Hall of the City of London, a more numerous or respectable Meeting bad neter seen. The Petition represented tlie Distress and falling off of Trade generally, and rather lamented that bis Hon. Colleague, th
6 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE POOR.

STATE OF THE POOR.

The Provincial Papers of the South and West are loaded with the most melancholy details, net only of the distress and starvation of the Poor in several Counties of Munster and Connaught, but ( also of the state of destitution to which the Lonthlords are reduced. 'We select the f
23 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland