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THE IiTOILE—THE COURIER—THE HUSH CATHOLICS. Foreign influence,” quoth The Courier, “foreign support— foreign co-operation!” with three let of admiration. indeed

THE IiTOILE—THE COURIER—THE HUSH CATHOLICS. Foreign influence,” quoth The Courier, “foreign support— foreign co-operation!” with three let of admiration. indeed

might Ibo £ditor Journal exclaim, if the Catholic* of Ireland aiked for the intetterence Ibe support of (oreign Nation*. Tbe Calbolic% r.ru not such fouls. Tlteir interest, and they feel it, leads them tu wish a close and inlimaie conneiioo wiiti th* People end die Contliuitioii
22 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY.—Kot. 2.

COURT OF CHANCERY.—Kot. 2.

Tb* Lord Chancellor sat tbi* day for the fir»t time atncel last Saturday week. j Wright r. Lord Crtmorne. I Tbi* cause stood over for the further hearing from the iinst. Mr. Setjeant Leftoy, for the defendant. Lord Crc-j | irorne, subtniued that the plaintiff* could not »u*Uin t
22 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

The want nrrivaU from Farii, owing the pestuoui fUta of the weather, ha» rested very much the Money Market in the inactive »ute to which it war viously inclined. Tl:e only circumvttnce* worthy of note today are, the rite two per cent, in Creek Stock, owing « •oma reports the def
10 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

A Lxcal Bakce.—Thursday roan, named Sherlock, waa summoned before the Magistrates of the Head Office, for exercising bis trade, Baker, an Sunday, contrary to tbe provisions of Act passed in the reign of WitUam and Mary, commonly called the Lord's Day Act. The Baker, however, pro
12 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Isakaklad to the enanSog election fc choeen. d if the freeholder ebould be able deer off hi* reof, eod dittrew,

Isakaklad to the enanSog election fc choeen. d if the freeholder ebould be able deer off hi* reof, eod dittrew,

be be* the certainty of being turned oat of hi* ding the moment the life drop*, unlcs* be obey* Landlord. The rceolt thi* cyttem i*. that the Arwtolie influence prerail* in alntoat ell our Couotie*, end un■ the Ariitoeracy ha* been by one accident the other led to eleep, in part
12 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MOSEY ENT ON VALDABLE DEPOSITS, Of Plate, Watches, Jeiaellery, Wearing Appara, House Linen, Debentures, SfC. ifc. AT FIVE PEU CENT.

MOSEY ENT ON VALDABLE DEPOSITS, Of Plate, Watches, Jeiaellery, Wearing Appara, House Linen, Debentures, SfC. ifc. AT FIVE PEU CENT.

By LUKE WALL, Licemsbo Pawnbbokbr, S«. SO, MARLBOROOGB-STRBKT, near Great BrUam- Urett, Dumin. LUKE WALL respectfully ififoms the Public, that from ami after the date of thi» Adreftiiemenl, all deposited with him, where the tuns Lent shall Two Pounds, and not exceed Ten, the rem
12 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW CURRENCY.

NEW CURRENCY.

The Imperial Cowrey, , with e»ery lueaaure teixiiii, facilitate the i>in.Tci>ur.<. " perfect iti« ui'.ioii of the two Cuunlriet, »iil, ot produciive great and permanent the transition, however, and until ilio Fuldic are with the new system, much practical ineunvettivnet will R d
24 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS BALL.

THOMAS BALL.

Pruici* Green Deaptn], Find PlmintifT. /XT Decree, mede in line Caine, Maria Head, Widow, and (bearing date the 15 da; of July others, ( last, I will on Tuesday, the 15lh Defendants. day Noeembce next, at the - J hour of one o'clock the afternoon, my Chambers on the set up and S
1 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGE OP THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

MARRIAGE OP THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

We gave, on Saturday, an outline of the arrangements which were to take place on the occasion of his Excellincy’s marriage with Mrs. PATTEasojf. The account, believe, was generally correct. The following particulars, however, will be perused with interest by our Readers: At thre
1 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 November 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland