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resking open a prorate desk of Alexander's, his partner, and ! stealing private and confidential letters and papers tent fur

resking open a prorate desk of Alexander's, his partner, and ! stealing private and confidential letters and papers tent fur

publication. Right or vnoog Mr. Hope thought that there was a case against Borlhwick for the cognisance the pubi lie. prosecutor. He never heard of Borthwick being brought tn chains from Aberdeen; and the trial his offence was not proceeded on ; but if be had suffered an; injury
2 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RELIEF OF THE POOR.

RELIEF OF THE POOR.

-We understand that Mr. H Gratia » and Mr. D. Eatoucue,- were the two persons to whom was reftiitd tie Mansion-House Committee, to report the from various letter* from the Zhvtrnseed o*s-
2 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
’’ COUNTY OF MEATH.

’’ COUNTY OF MEATH.

COUNTY OF MEATH. ffXO SOLD, the INTEREST (bein un- A expired Term 38 from Ist day November next) in THREE th» Built end Situated HOUSES in tbe TOWN NAVAN, County Meatb.beld «t the small annual llent of 10s. Two of these House, are already Set, and producb Proßt Rant of £53. Bs. 6
2 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTABLES* HILL.

THE CONSTABLES* HILL.

This Bill is not yet before the House of Lords «• but tbink it eitremely pmliable, Hist it will paw tbi* Soasion. It lias also roaile Iritial impression iu Jrclnnil. i’eopte are divided in opinion about it, who, ourselves, Inve cvnstaully held public view, the abuses the Grand J
23 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MA ll U1 ACE

MA ll U1 ACE

In Patrick \V. of Limerick, Ewj. Miss Kane of this City. . » , DEATH. On Suniby night, the instant, the regarded, respected, and lainanted Lady Norwood ; pious example virtue, and Christian forutuJe, her long itfe, and painful iliness. THE FIRST DAY OVER, AND ONE THE I‘KIZES No.
23 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOL.

WOOL.

The 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 exncrienced; trusts from hi. unremitting eOenUon, merit • lir sumiort. He continues to sell Wool on Commi
25 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO IRON FOUNDERS.

TO IRON FOUNDERS.

IRON FOUNDERS. WANTED, at the Patent Oii Gas Light Station, some Thousand Yards Two, Three, Four and Six Inch Bore Spigot and Faucet METAL PIPES, agreeably the Specilicatiou and Drawings lit seen at the Office, No. 23, Bachelors'-walk, from Ten Three o'Clock each Day. Propeaals b
25 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. TYRONE.—To be SOLD, the Manor of MOUNTFIELD, situate within four miles of Omagh, on the road to Cookstown, one

CO. TYRONE.—To be SOLD, the Manor of MOUNTFIELD, situate within four miles of Omagh, on the road to Cookstown, one

of the most desirable and best circumstanced Estates offered to the Public for many years, producing the present annual Rent of 15s. a Manor in itself, with the appointment of Seneschal, and other manorial rights over other Estates adjoining, which pay Chief Rents to this Manor,
13 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE OFFICE.

FIRE OFFICE.

ASSURANCE against Fire effected upon ever}' description of Properly within the United Kingdom, upon the most reasonable terms. Losses paid this Company with Liberality and promptitude. Charge for New Policies. PertoHt whose Annual Premiums fall due at MuUvnimer, art requested to
4 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIFE OFFICE.

LIFE OFFICE.

ASSURANCE upon Life effected with dwgreatert facility and privacy. _ ..... ASSURERS with this Company incur responsibility. The Profits Life Assurance, after a moderate deduction for Guarantee and F.ipense of Management, are divided amongst the Assured, in proportion the Sums re
4 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland