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This Day is Published, in Three Vols. 12m0., Sill. Bds., ROTHELAN; a Romance of the English Histories. By the Author

This Day is Published, in Three Vols. 12m0., Sill. Bds., ROTHELAN; a Romance of the English Histories. By the Author

Annals of the Parish,” «The Spaa- wife,” &c. Printed for Ouvia and Boro, Edinburgh; and Gao. B. Whittasi*, London. Of tg/iom may be had, by the same Juthor, , KING GILHAIZE, 3 Vul*. 12iu0., 31*. Bdi. The SPAEWIFE.S Vols. 12m0., Sis. Bds.
13 January 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

The Association met to-day at half-past Two o'clock, PAT. RUSSELL, Esq. i» the ChaSr. The following eumi were acknowledged account of tic Rent, nince Saturday last I’aul M. Grral, Mayo, Par ish of ... £6 0 . James Mahon, Kaq., subscription* of Rev. Mr. Hayes, and Knockavella; He
13 January 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NO SECOND PRICE.

NO SECOND PRICE.

A LAD, of reapeclaide Family, who baa rrccircd Mercantile Education, will be taken as an Apprentice. Reduction in the Price of Wine. JAMES PIM> SON INFORM their Friends, that in consequence of the Reduction in the Duty on Wine, they Imre reduced the Price of their CLARET, ... '
16 April 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
16, 1836.

16, 1836.

A T Meeting of the Master Carpenters the City Dublin, held at the Koval Exchange, on Monl day, the I Ith of April instant, tba following Ucvulutiont were | agreed to; Hevolved, That view with murlv regret the proeoedingx that have been lately adopted by the majority tlie Working
16 April 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 January 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PERUVIAN MINING.

PERUVIAN MINING.

Mr. GREEN brought a Bill to incorpofata tbo Ptrnaiaa Mining Company.—Read fimtima. Mr. HOBHOUSE mid. be ebould -p tha (wood reading of Bill. .Tba Mining had bcaa tried there over and <r»»e again. The Faacoe Mountains, that were to ba operated upon, were 33,600/eet above tbeaea;
12 March 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IMPERIAL PARtIAMENT-GENE-. RAL ELECTION. THE Noblemen and Gentlemen who intend oficnog tliemnelve* C»ndidate» for Scots Parliiiment, arc respectfully informed,

THE IMPERIAL PARtIAMENT-GENE-. RAL ELECTION. THE Noblemen and Gentlemen who intend oficnog tliemnelve* C»ndidate» for Scots Parliiiment, arc respectfully informed,

they vill saved much trouble «nd inconrcnience by addressing their tespectire Electors through the medium of the undersigned, who arc 1 Agents for recemng Advertisements, Subscriptions, 4tc., for 1 every News»s»«* G»«at Bairsttr and IrElakd; that 1 a Candidate will have only sen
1 October 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lof *n.l great the exertions of the anil the Mint the manufacturing B.mk rivcreigu., that money was loicrahly abumlant plrt

lof *n.l great the exertions of the anil the Mint the manufacturing B.mk rivcreigu., that money was loicrahly abumlant plrt

•Change. the eon* Loworer, it began grose scarce. The demands .he Banka and the Bank of England for mo- been incessant, that the former are again obliged T r . day two their discount.. The Bank of hr: ..on-ever, has nobly come forward, and we from our Private Letter, that it be.
24 December 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A WREATH. FROM THE EMERALD ISLE.

A WREATH. FROM THE EMERALD ISLE.

Oar Reidcri mint be eware, that for. these few Jears p»»t» tome scry pretty Christmas Pres.uts bare beO« annually publiahcd ih London few tho leading Booksellers. was, we believe, Mr. Ackenusn who gave the lead this very pretty sort of publication; and he must have been moat del
24 December 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOLD COIN.

GOLD COIN.

It may be remembered that considerable outcry has been attempted to be raised about the departure of Gold and the excessive issues of Bauk Notesand there have been wanting prophets (more anxious to have their prophecies fulfilled than to circulate truth) who proclaimed that such
11 June 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland