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NOTICE.

NOTICE.

THE Governors anti Governesses of the Coostt of Ikuhmart. will tnr?t nttlieii tluaid Room, -n Carrick-tm-Shannon, TUESDAY, the day of JULY next, the hour of Oae o’clock, r.m. elect Surgeon said Institution. —Dated Board Room, Carrickon-Shannon, this 3+th day of June, IS2B. Order
26 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• n.jmlin rVfwlff •n.lfW,,, M rin* mounted thi* Tribum*, and Mad that had “ that m Sea. «x bundled have

• n.jmlin rVfwlff •n.lfW,,, M rin* mounted thi* Tribum*, and Mad that had “ that m Sea. «x bundled have

; the WTiites hi< e been mawarmi—crime«, vivethe recollertion St. r>»minpo, have th. r*. appeaawl, Hut blood lu»« flowed.” The roeoiioa name of th»% place U*\oud tlie Sea». b«»t li*» that one oft minor expedition* which have left the ports Frame, is destined thia land bb««l. ft
28 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCPPIiBMENT TO THE Dublin Evening Dost,

SCPPIiBMENT TO THE Dublin Evening Dost,

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28 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STFjrjJUsS.

STFjrjJUsS.

Lord Oxmantown, M. I*. Bennett, Colonel Bernard, M. P. '.ias Ilidcr IVpper, E<* The Hon. J. Weslenrn, ,f ' ' Ksq. George Minchin, !!aminer«’.y, Mr. THOM '>S COCO PAN, of the Course. G.'*od Ordinaries alternate)) a* DOOLY’S and COGIILAN’S, and a Ball Tuesday and Timrsday. K. B.—Sh
14 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMON 9.

HOUSE OF COMMON 9.

EDUCATION* OP THE POOR IRELAND. Mr. H. GRATTAN prevented Petition from the Catholic Inhabitants the pariabeeof St. Thome* and St. George, in Dublin, respecting the Educational Use Poor in Ireland. Orde. .-d to print,d.
14 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEPARATE MEETING OF CATHOLICS. Mr. O’CONNEtt replied that he was certain he did; and

SEPARATE MEETING OF CATHOLICS. Mr. O’CONNEtt replied that he was certain he did; and

SEPARATE MEETING OF CATHOLICS. Mr. O’CONNEtt replied that was certain did; and u,tiTV SIXTH REGIMENT.— W. .r* .whorM THIRTY - , ,„ ,nd remarks, cop.wl mto ."'edition of tills P«P«. and beaded The 36th Saturdsj • *d‘Uo „ in referred emanated, * rd j ieuten , , but from tl.e office
19 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS ELLIS.

THOMAS ELLIS.

Comcb'iis O'Brien and Barry Collins, Solicitors tire Plaintiff and Receiver, No. 38, North CumberlamUtreet, Dublin.
10 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KATES OK PASSAGE

KATES OK PASSAGE

| Saloon. | Sec. Cabin. | Deck. Dublin to •n.... £2 6 11 I 15 0 Dublin to Falmouth.. 2 0] 1 1 | 080 Dublin to Plymouth. 2 76 IG6I 0 Dublin to Waterford. 0 7G| CO. KILKENNY SOLD, the Fee Inherit* the DAVIDSTOWN. GKEGANE, and COOLALEEN, the County of Kilkenny, situate within miles
17 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOR A SHORT TIME ONLY,

TOR A SHORT TIME ONLY,

CHEESE LADIES— Now exhibiting in the Ror.L Ascadi, TWO CHINESE LADIES, the only Female Natives of the Chinese Empire ever seen in Europe. These mo*t interesting and elegant objects of public curiosity are natives of the City of Congsee-Lang-Ziq- Foo, in the Province of Quangtong
5 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland