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of th« Country, iaduJinf all ckad, that higher hit ftntofibMflAl&od*,ia4itpA<nt « g»u»( wok |<lace c »B»equ«Bct . price* *lK.uldbo obtained

of th« Country, iaduJinf all ckad, that higher hit ftntofibMflAl&od*,ia4itpA<nt « g»u»( wok |<lace c »B»equ«Bct . price* *lK.uldbo obtained

produce and tor labour. Heap- .Ute Mr*™ impawbU, « Bill was read third tiu,. Greece, a Ephfc, tl.e plied this remark particularly Agnculture, and he *aid that House to consider how far the latter of them was , «® v • . ar have Drurlalim«d in ih<* if higher price, were not obtain
16 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPA IS.

SPA IS.

In The Dublin livening Pnd Thursday last, were enabled, through our special channel of information, to lay before our Readers, exclusively, the details of the Battle of Madridwe now proceed to give some further extracts from the Spanish Papers, under the date July ; hut it may n
20 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Quartern Luuf entuing week, Bd.

Quartern Luuf entuing week, Bd.

Quartern entuing week, Bd. Losdok Co»*-ExcHA*ct, Jt'tr 17.—The all Crain cm Monday, was very large, of which the major part remained over for morning’-; market, which was thinly attended with buyers, but prime Wheat sold good terms on Monday. Barley is raiher cheaper, baring scar
20 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
22,784 it for the «penw* of th« Bit- diplomatic body !ia? !>c«i wc«Ttd to-day Ida Majetty. rafbs in Ireland, for

22,784 it for the «penw* of th« Bit- diplomatic body !ia? !>c«i wc«Ttd to-day Ida Majetty. rafbs in Ireland, for

tbc year 1522. 1 Ibis audieuca the events the day did not come uiular coim . Mr. HUME complained of Uie enormous Barrack Et*m- deration. The Ministers repeated their oiler for Ireland. There were 287 barracks on the Irish the King did not answer them. The National Militia mini!
20 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOL. 7'/te Oldest Established Public Wool Stores in Ireland, 25, USHER’S-QUAY, DUBLIN. LUKE DILLON returns thanks to his Friends and

WOOL. 7'/te Oldest Established Public Wool Stores in Ireland, 25, USHER’S-QUAY, DUBLIN. LUKE DILLON returns thanks to his Friends and

the Public, for the preference he has uniformly ex. pericnccd; trusts, from hia unremitting attention, merit their further support, lie continues to sell Wool on Commission per Cent, insuring Debts, and free of Storage. usual, on delivery of Consignments, will give every accommo
18 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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BATTLE OF MADRID—DEFEAT AND DISCOMFITURE THE SPANISH GUAUDS-TRIUMPH OF THE CONSTITUTIONALISTS. In the preceding columns the Header will find the

BATTLE OF MADRID—DEFEAT AND DISCOMFITURE THE SPANISH GUAUDS-TRIUMPH OF THE CONSTITUTIONALISTS. In the preceding columns the Header will find the

French Accounts ot' the recent occurrences in Madrid, and a part of the reflections drawn tho leading Ministerial Journal England ( The Courier) on these occurrences. The tone of exaggeration which runs through the French Papers is very manifest ; and the eager anticipations of
18 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NTY OF MEAT

NTY OF MEAT

MEAT TO be SOLD, the INTEREST (being an unexpired Term of years from the Is! day November next) iu THREE of the Best Built and Situated HOUSES in the .TOWN of NAVAN, County Meath, held at the small annual Kent of IDs. Two of these Houses are already Set, and produce Profit Rent o
6 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. \V. WYNN could not conceive, that because theru were but a few Protestants in a Parish, there should iberefdre

Mr. \V. WYNN could not conceive, that because theru were but a few Protestants in a Parish, there should iberefdre

no Church. So long as the Protestant Religion was the Religion of the State, those who professed that Religion, however few their numbers, had a right demand that proper places of worship should provided for them. Mr. H. GL HNEV said, he believed jhere were present Churches in I
27 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
>men c<A' stocks, jui.y «. Slock.. Gii. Canal .Stock .'l£ per Ct. -| Do. Loan lied. per Cl. -Slock, per

>men c<A' stocks, jui.y «. Slock.. Gii. Canal .Stock .'l£ per Ct. -| Do. Loan lied. per Cl. -Slock, per

Ct. Do. do. 5 per Ct Deli. -I Cr. I Do. do. Ct.,, 73J Slock, lit oval Canal Slock Dch. 5 pc-rCt. -If Cily per Ct, Stuck, 5 per Ct. -1 Iwii Packets have been received since Saturday. Ilicir contents will be found elsewhere. It is ascertained that the Turks have not yet 'initlcil
9 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAKES OF KHXARNEY. Tlil» Day Publi«h»d, Price *»• G.N.WRIGHTS GUIDE io the JL LAKES KILLAUNEY, Scenery! with beautify Ungnwp, from

LAKES OF KHXARNEY. Tlil» Day Publi«h»d, Price *»• G.N.WRIGHTS GUIDE io the JL LAKES KILLAUNEY, Scenery! with beautify Ungnwp, from

Draw-, STby- CiO. Pitaii, Esq. aud a new and correct Map Printed for B*i.T.wnc, Caanora and JTor; and Sold by all the Dublin Bookseller.; by Eowaaneand Savaoa; S. K.L and Company. J. BotsTea W. and H. I)K ™.*n, Cork; B. O Ba.aK, and G. M Kaawa, Limerick; J. Bull, Waterford; and
9 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland