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ADDRESS OF THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, and citizens: > VVe annoiraced in our Paper of Tuesday, that a Deputation of the

ADDRESS OF THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, and citizens: > VVe annoiraced in our Paper of Tuesday, that a Deputation of the

Citizens Dublin waited on h'ra Excellency Marquis WEi.fcasi.KT with an Address, a copy of which we then inserted, but was unable to give his Excellency's Answer-in the early part our impression; we, however, re-insert it this evening for the gratification our Country Subscribers
26 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. ANDREW'S PARISH.

ST. ANDREW'S PARISH.

twelve o’clock yesterday highly respectable Meeting took place, Mr. Willis, Mr. Moore, and Mr. Trim, Church> wardens, in the Chair. Various Resolutions were passed, proposed, seconded Sir N. W. Brady, Mr. Staunton, Mr. Wadden, Mr.Tberry. Mr Connor, Mr. Boylan, Mr. Carlton, Ac. o
28 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£‘25,000.

£‘25,000.

.NTED, on Mortgage, at Five per Cent. t€3fi,COJ; it will be the first Incumbrance affecting a Fee ' -tnple Estate, producing upwards of a-year, and not More than twenty Miles from the City Dublin. • pply to Arthur Maker, Esq-, No. 5, George’s-street, nnb, Dublin. The Agent has t
31 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. THE Managers having had Premiums calculated proportion.ti to Ibe Values of ut ibe* tiiHcrcul periods Life;

SUN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. THE Managers having had Premiums calculated proportion.ti to Ibe Values of ut ibe* tiiHcrcul periods Life;

Hhich. under forty-live years Assurance for the Whole Xjfe and under fitty-five fur periods, are considerably lower tbau are geiicrully TA*L(s«f Ihe .V*ir RjTps, willi tlic Conditions Assuranci, inav bail THE SUN LIFE OFFICE, COUXIIILL; aT THE SUN FIRE OFFICE, csira's-cov/tT, lo
31 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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froaj Wun«a ttti Wlist, tmcasid*, int* beta luccived in I'mnkfort; Uwjr nuaimacc, that {real niuvemcou are about to uiaila in

froaj Wun«a ttti Wlist, tmcasid*, int* beta luccived in I'mnkfort; Uwjr nuaimacc, that {real niuvemcou are about to uiaila in

(lie Utmian anai«* uf tbe South and Weak Tbe corps it'jroice which i» in licaaorabu, will inime diately rciutarcud with lour regiuinus uf iriiuiliy, and several pulks of Cus-utckt, and artillery iu proportion. Advicca from Uuyonuc, dated loch uitUu.t, state:— The Couriers from S
31 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PAT CAHIR AND HIS VISITANTS; OR, THE OUIXOVa SEItEXADE. In Dublin one inoming the street* proineniutinx, 'J'hc eur* of Cahir

PAT CAHIR AND HIS VISITANTS; OR, THE OUIXOVa SEItEXADE. In Dublin one inoming the street* proineniutinx, 'J'hc eur* of Cahir

strange voice then invading liegune, dull pray begone from me.”— Pat turned in surprise-—and two visianv lie saw In U'nnrn’t Jet JUacking of splendid eclat•• llegone, dull and 1 shall never agree.” y the Powers,’’ cried I‘at, on a Mimic’s bright Boors A eye cast—“ your mysteriou
12 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIMBER.

TIMBER.

TIMBER for SALE, at Mo*»town, County of Longford, the Banks of the Royal Canal, upward* of 50 ELM TREES, the finest quality; some will measure 8 feet girth, other* 40 feet length of clean trunk.— Also soma ASH, BEECH, und HAWTHORN, which will be delivered, agreed on, at the Dubl
12 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Morriatoo’s Groat Rooms, Dawson-street, on Thursdsy, the 19th of December, I Silt, pursuant Requisition, consequence of the Outrage and Insult

Morriatoo’s Groat Rooms, Dawson-street, on Thursdsy, the 19th of December, I Silt, pursuant Requisition, consequence of the Outrage and Insult

to bscelieocy the Ixird Lieutenant Ireland, the Royal, Saturday last. It was unanimously That the Tlianks of this Corporation be, and art herelry civcn, to our highly respected Brother, - .* JonKaroK, Ksq. private Secretary to hit Ercelleocy the U I.ieuteiuint, for his very acti
24 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POSTPONEMENT OF THE DRAWING.

POSTPONEMENT OF THE DRAWING.

The Lords Commissioner* of his Majestr’s Treasury, by their Warrants of this date, have ordered, that the Drawing of the State Lottery, which was to have taken place Monday, the December, shall be postponed till Wednesday, the 15th day of January. In the interim. Tickets and Sha
24 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland