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MARCH IT, 1825.

MARCH IT, 1825.

FLAXSEED BY AUCTION. 'T’HOMAS, JON. and JOS. PIM, will offer for _■*“ by AUCTION, at Samocbs'i C>*mc, Jiktis- Sibbbt, on FRIDAY, tb. idiU one o’clock, 3094 Hhdt. and 328 .Barrel* J New New-York FLAXSEED, Now being landed frontoa board the Wilton, and the Dublin, Alao, BJO Hhda.
17 March 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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17 March 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
swtw praowmso--*- (Her* wiutcw idratifitd all tin priMtocn but Con); tin | night of tha riot, Brian made rnituoce whan

swtw praowmso--*- (Her* wiutcw idratifitd all tin priMtocn but Con); tin | night of tha riot, Brian made rnituoce whan

takaa t tan bayonet* wen afterward* transmitted to witnew, accoa>p«ntvd by'e'very poIHe note from Mr. Burke, the Pariah Facet of Sumineriitll. , by Hr. Cnua —Btien went into RcUly’* boute .voiiiaMlrlty, and when it wy* auempted to make him .prisoner be rniMed; witocea'a clothe*
17 March 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOODS FOR SALE.

WOODS FOR SALE.

LORD MIDDLETON still continues inteation selling \VOODS the County Waterford, progressively, allowing time for the cutting and manufacturing one, before disposes of another. For this purpose bis Lordship will, in the first instance, receive oilers for all the Timber,' now growin
19 February 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
parliament. I OF COMMONS—Mosdit, Feb. 14. THE ISKLA.MI,] I DAWSON was decidedly favour of tiie measure I .T |,is. Right

parliament. I OF COMMONS—Mosdit, Feb. 14. THE ISKLA.MI,] I DAWSON was decidedly favour of tiie measure I .T |,is. Right

Honorable Friend had proposed tiie I man who was acquainted with the Irish character I (~,,1 rend the history of Ireland—and who had watched I ISS of events in that country for the last thirty years, I runsfientioosly support an Association there any I <C ‘"| ahitcver, From 'be
19 February 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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“IOTERIAL PARLIAMENtT .'HOUSE Ot. LORDS— Tbommdjt, Ana 28- BOSCOMMOK PEERAGE. Th* Lord*’ Commilten of Pririlegoo met ths« d»y •Men Vclock,

“IOTERIAL PARLIAMENtT .'HOUSE Ot. LORDS— Tbommdjt, Ana 28- BOSCOMMOK PEERAGE. Th* Lord*’ Commilten of Pririlegoo met ths« d»y •Men Vclock,

and reeumwJ the eonndemlion the proofc requited M to iliuinnieiUarT oriiJenco relied on in the caao. CATHOLIC CLAIMS. Tha Earl «»f ENNISKILLEN pretented a Petition*om Tyrone, and another from tercral Farnbet in the County of PoMaanasb, against the Claiina of the Catbulica. The B
3 May 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GO. WESTMEATH —To be SOLD, the Fee and Inheritance of part of the Lands of RATHCONRATH, in the County of

GO. WESTMEATH —To be SOLD, the Fee and Inheritance of part of the Lands of RATHCONRATH, in the County of

Westmeath, the Estate of Geo. William Tighe, Eaq., containing 461 A. 11L 36P. plantation measure, and now Let to four Tenant!, at the annual rent of £478. These Lands ate aitnate on the high road from Mullingar to Ballymalion, and mutt rise eonsidcrably on the expiration of the
20 January 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARY fcrrife df-w. rf rf A. principal whom ata w«U known hath# Lom I Chancellor, Mr. IVd, Lord Wwtmorlujd, and

ARY fcrrife df-w. rf rf A. principal whom ata w«U known hath# Lom I Chancellor, Mr. IVd, Lord Wwtmorlujd, and

the Duke I WcUingtoo. With reject to the Uttar, we are informed lb«» I expressed himself entirslf convinced by lbs arguments which Mr. Canning usad in faeor of the measure, and that his kequiesccoce was tho principal reason why the Lord Chancellor, and the other Members the Cabi
6 January 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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437 9 10 7437 9 HUGH O'CONNOR. . ISAAC STEWART. P. L. PATRICK. aodito**. WILLIAM MURPHY.) LONDON ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED BY ROYAL CHABTEB.
17 February 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH CATHOLIC MEETING.

BRITISH CATHOLIC MEETING.

The Meeting was intended to have been held the Freemasons’ Tavern, and for twelve o’clock precisely; but on my arrival there, I found a placard announcing that it would take place at the Crown and Anchor, in the Strand. At one o'clock, the Hon. Hugh CtarFotiD entered the room, a
22 January 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland