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dignified conduct in the Chair; and also that the thanks of this Meeting be given William Harpur, Esq. for his

dignified conduct in the Chair; and also that the thanks of this Meeting be given William Harpur, Esq. for his

exertions iu promoting it. A. MOLESWORTH, Chairman, JOHN . JOHN CROTHERS, jun aecret anes.
17 November 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Lodge Portruits and Memoirs of Illustrious Personages of Great /Jritaiu and Ireland. Harding ami Lou- d m Grant, and Duhliii, It is now s>» ordinary course draw public attention to the most subordinate publications, means newspaper eulogy, and other adventitious aids, that it so
17 November 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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17 November 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANURE.— STABLE AND STREET MANURE AT REDUCED PRICES. The Contractor for Cleansing the City and District, within the jurisdiction of

MANURE.— STABLE AND STREET MANURE AT REDUCED PRICES. The Contractor for Cleansing the City and District, within the jurisdiction of

the Commissioners for Paving, having large stock excellent MANURE which be will dispose of in such quantities as may. be desired; it will forwarded boats to such Gentlemen whose estates or grounds adjoin the Caoals, from the followiug Depots, viz.: BLACK-PITS, BRUNSWICK-STREET,
18 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FEE SIMPLE ESTATES.

FEE SIMPLE ESTATES.

COUNTY KILKENNY. TO RE SOLD, the Fee anil Inheritance of the Lands of containing 1178 Acres; also the Lands of and KNOCKHOUSK, containing Acres, including Acres under valuable Timber, Oak, Ash, and Birch, well preserved. is set on determinable Leases, and produces yearly .£454 1
18 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF CLARE

COUNTY OF CLARE

Elizabeth Locke,"l Sale of the Town and ogainst I Lands BARNTICKE, with Sir Nathaniel Larit other denominations the Peacockc, Baronet, Fee-Simple Estate said Defendand others. j ant; as also the Lauds of GLAN- ■ DREE, all in the County Clare, is adjourned THURSDAY, the 10th day
18 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1 large vols. 8»o. 7i) Plates, price 2/. ss. bound and lettered, ST, PETERSBURG*! : Joamal of Travels and from

1 large vols. 8»o. 7i) Plates, price 2/. ss. bound and lettered, ST, PETERSBURG*! : Joamal of Travels and from

that Capital, through Flanders, along the banks of the Rhine, through Prussia, Russia, Poland, Silesia, Bavaria, am! France. A. B. Granville, M F S , . &c '* a hook for tourists consult, I)r. Granville's certainly a very superior guide, and its ornaments are another great recomm
19 December 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AGITATION

AGITATION

Mr. O'CONNELL rose amid loud cheers, and mentioned as bis inteutioQ to take bis seat in Parliament the first day of the Station. I think would quite right that- should know how counties and cities in Ireland will send two gentlemen to accompany nie to London. should have the cou
19 December 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEPTEMBER I lie very lowest Congous have advanced about There a reduction in low Hysons of rid Is n„ lb

SEPTEMBER I lie very lowest Congous have advanced about There a reduction in low Hysons of rid Is n„ lb

bdJLI? L Sd^KO\h sold bv the DUBLIN DEIIFHS ' L hl ''ierto charged to Bs. rid. per lb S ° UCH0 '- C . ««d Our for the present Quarter, our well Terms, CASH, are follows HE 'L-ltnow!.
13 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE EDUCATION. —The Rev. ROBERT SHAW, of Kilkenny, has a vacaucy for Pupil, either preparing for, or passing through College.

PRIVATE EDUCATION. —The Rev. ROBERT SHAW, of Kilkenny, has a vacaucy for Pupil, either preparing for, or passing through College.

He reads with, anil attends his College Pupils to at Examinations. A Classical Assistant lives in the house. Terms— Seveuty Guineas a-year. No vacation. Kilkenny, December 15,1828. __ EDUCATION. —A GENTLEMAN WHO HAS BEEN engaged for many years in the above line, wishes to obtain
24 December 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland