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information iheiu. There are tcreral natives of iloutsa •laves river. . You will-perceive by what have said, the opinion I

information iheiu. There are tcreral natives of iloutsa •laves river. . You will-perceive by what have said, the opinion I

have formal, that the Nigrc empties itself i * great Delta, ot which llio Formoso or Benin the western, and del Key the easieru branch, with several rivers be ' tween them from the I The King, are happy to state, convalescent; nearly qulie recovered from his late indisposition.
4 May 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No. I. THE MONKSTOWN ESTATE

No. I. THE MONKSTOWN ESTATE

THIS Estate, lying ill a Iling-Ecnce, and contdinin*?, the Surveyor Messrs. Shkiikaki* anti Statute Acres, beautifully situated the River Lee, distant from the City of Cork miles, and running | into the Town of Passage West. A considerable portion ofj the Estate at the present t
8 May 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO DISTILLERS, Sfc. Sjc.

TO DISTILLERS, Sfc. Sjc.

A WORKING DISTILLER, of experience, obililies, and intelligence, whose system of and Fikmintinq is die most aiiproved and economical, would engage with respectable House. From his knowledge of Building, end proper costs of Distillery utensil*, machinery, Ac., Persons commencing
8 May 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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8 May 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE.

TRINITY COLLEGE.

■'PH E next Quarterly Examinations will beheld for the Class Senior Sophistehs, Friday and Sa♦urd.v, the April and Ist of May; for Junior Somhvtels, oil Monday and Tuesday, the and of May; *'.»r Freshmen, on Thursday and Friday, the and May- and for Junior Freshmen, on Monday an
24 February 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MINING COMPANY OF IRELAND. Industry y Moderation, Perseverance!" no ncE. DUBLIN, FEBRUARY, THE Subscribers arc hereby informed, that attendance will

MINING COMPANY OF IRELAND. Industry y Moderation, Perseverance!" no ncE. DUBLIN, FEBRUARY, THE Subscribers arc hereby informed, that attendance will

be given on the part the Treasurers, Robert Hof, Petfr jvhv, and J. Pi.m, at the Trustees* Room, Royal Exchange, TUESDAY next, the 2 Ith Instant, between the Hours of Twelve and Two o’Ciock, to receive the remaining Deposits from Subscribers for Twenty Shares and upwards. And on
24 February 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RODERICK CONNOR. GLASGOW CONOLI.Y, Solicitor (nr ihc riaintiffs No. 41, Upper liutlai,cl-strnt, Dublin-

RODERICK CONNOR. GLASGOW CONOLI.Y, Solicitor (nr ihc riaintiffs No. 41, Upper liutlai,cl-strnt, Dublin-

from all benefit arising from clay of January, lb‘2-1. C ME Nash, and ranct-' olhcrwise Dickson, his wife ; UolK-rt Lowry Dickson, & William Dickson, Tlaintilfs. The Rev. James Lowry Dickson, and John Dickson Ecclcs, Esq. Executors of Thomas Dickson, Esq. deceased ; Tims. Dickso
8 January 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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7 February 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW GARDEN SEEDS.

NEW GARDEN SEEDS.

CIHARLES and LUKE TOOLE and Co. re' spectfully apprise their Friends and the Public, that they have received, bv the late ArrivaN from London and Bristol, their annual extensive Assortment of Garden and Farming SEEDS, the latter comprises Clovers, Trefoil, Grass Seeds, Vetches,
17 January 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA ASD SLAVERY.

RUSSIA ASD SLAVERY.

Pabm, Jam. 9.—The growing insolence Hubtin hu led ta the publication of many works in this Capital, which ar» calculate open the eye* Europe to the views of the Autocrat; one of them, however, by AI. Dupin, i* *o overcharged with alami, and the picture of Ruvtian power is highly
17 January 1824 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland