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TO THE EDITOR OF THE D. E. POST.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE D. E. POST.

Sir—Your kind condescension, emboldens me to hope you will afford room, in your justly esteemed columns, and your own powerful aid, this letter, with which, well any own conviction its necessity, as the urgent entreaties of several roost respectable friends, of different creeds,
10 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON UNION ASSURANCE Decern her, 1826. THIS Societt, instituted for the comrenience ■iiri w;co<n>M*tiun of ri»-y cl*™ •nd < unditinn

LONDON UNION ASSURANCE Decern her, 1826. THIS Societt, instituted for the comrenience ■iiri w;co<n>M*tiun of ri»-y cl*™ •nd < unditinn

Llfp, wm in llu- Reign nfyaccn Anne, «. d. I?H, and «»n«<l <»'• of CENTURY, poetceeca .ill ihr capital, liberality, length time, and integrity of conduct can afford. inu Ing V «. 6J. Per Cent per Annum.
21 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANCERY.

ANCERY.

John H.mr Moor«, Esq.") TJL'iISt'ANT to & De- Pliintifl’. erte Hi«h John Mkhlleum B.fry, | Court . <>f , Esq., C.ih.rine iin.rfc in this C.U.C. hMn..J < < ® bis Wilt', »nd ot'H'ff, j ti, e goth dsy June, . DofeiuJunts. I will, Wnlnrsriay, the -M J day of May, 1827, at the hour o
21 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CI I'T CALENDAR.

CI I'T CALENDAR.

Edward Reilly, felony of cattle; Jamea and Patrick Roden, highway rubbery; William Martmon. burglary and robbery; John street ruftbery Michael Maguire h rrse stealing ; Joseph Nolan, murder and wounding Ins child ; Michael Gay nor, alias tendering a forged bill exchange, the pro
21 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/ i•••/■'n, S'llunlni/ K-.m/ng, huf-jmst 7, AftrU 2d, » H27

/ i•••/■'n, S'llunlni/ K-.m/ng, huf-jmst 7, AftrU 2d, » H27

i•••/■'n, S'llunlni/ K-.m/ng, huf-jmst 7, AftrU 2d, » >|f. t i»n-:lng and the of the adininisi)'.«t oii ahoi.t t. > idm, have most atiimaiing twp'r todu die Cily, ar.d ih has been constantly ,1, itvjnircro, to collect intelligence from r,.n*: end the town. lirst point which ti-.
17 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THURSOAY, A Pit 91, a«,

THURSOAY, A Pit 91, a«,

UNIVERSITY OF CAMUKIDUE. THE SOLICITOR GENERAL’S COMMIT TEE will meet daily at the SPUING GARDENS HOTEL, Spring Gardens, wlure it it particularly rrquottrd that all tcmmiumentions ratpc-cting the approaching may be addreatad. Spring-Gardena Hotel, M»v 20. CIRCULATING LIBRARY AND
26 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tbef with eternity | .. Th*i» the Irtd** line from iv form*'

Tbef with eternity | .. Th*i» the Irtd** line from iv form*'

26 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AIINISTRY.—MR. PLUNKETT

THE AIINISTRY.—MR. PLUNKETT

Strange to aay, the Administration is no means settled. The negocintion between Mr. Cakmko and t!»e Marquis of LattboowKK atili continues—hut it has been repeatedly inter* ruptecl. ihe Whigs, well at the Country arc must anxious that his Lordship** appointment should take place,
26 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COSTROVERSIAL DISCUSSION imperfect tbe «ris# nien found the Savicur in ihe arable Beilbeliem - or Apostles, who followed his

THE COSTROVERSIAL DISCUSSION imperfect tbe «ris# nien found the Savicur in ihe arable Beilbeliem - or Apostles, who followed his

ways through bis iu.porljnt lire, had never ex«r(‘»ed the cfidi’iice ef their senses. .Mr. printed in very powerful strain a»gu tj.*;»i prove, ftoiii the early fathers, and otlur that the docliineof i ttu*n w as not known in toe early age-, chiibiianit) ; and refeience observati
26 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY LENT ON VALUABLE DEPOSITS, OJ Plate, Watches, Jewellery, Wearing Apparel, House Linen, Sfc. SfC. AT FIVE PER CENT. LUKE

MONEY LENT ON VALUABLE DEPOSITS, OJ Plate, Watches, Jewellery, Wearing Apparel, House Linen, Sfc. SfC. AT FIVE PER CENT. LUKE

WALL, Licensed Pawnbroker, ,Vo. HO, MAUI DOR&UGH-S'I'REET, near Great Britainttreet, PuHin. LUKE WALL respectfully informs the Public, that from and afi*r the date of this Advertisement, all Properly deposited with him, where the sum Lent shall Two Pound-i, and not exceed Ten, t
5 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland