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\nV>t unimpeachable loyalty ?—.cheers.)—\\T»y then does not the Government once nut us the same footing with our lellow-countrynmn, ami m

\nV>t unimpeachable loyalty ?—.cheers.)—\\T»y then does not the Government once nut us the same footing with our lellow-countrynmn, ami m

t let ui remarking what it doing for the Catholics of Greece whilst it neglects its roost valuable subjects at home? Surely, Lord, ’it is not j ossible that they dread the Bruuswickers with wliirh thev have been threatened. Do they not know that we ean them r.ur n'illions keep t
23 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE i,AKL OF KING.'■TO AN'

THE i,AKL OF KING.'■TO AN'

THE i,AKL KING.'■TO AN' To the Editor if u,e ltr crary Free Freni. . ‘** your paper beailtii . °™ Kingstoim and the tcrribla insurganta of itallyponeoi*' With some remarks on my conduct, I (rust your impartiality now publishing account of this business, consider it tlie duty a>i"
23 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
borough or trat.ee.

borough or trat.ee.

borough trat.ee. Thursday, there was raaetinrj held tlie Court-house Tralee, fur the purpose, as the requisition expressed it, to - tlic levying: illegal tolls in the market Trolee ; the •..uraccnient of the Unde that town ; and ut'uniting, . | tiIl effort, to procure for the inh
23 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ito wnd to the Association, from time to T»«.t A g.imnf of this kind »i* »il »imil»r improv«!D«i>t» ; «_

Ito wnd to the Association, from time to T»«.t A g.imnf of this kind »i* »il »imil»r improv«!D«i>t» ; «_

1 p. . »« m«T *>» ir.jur. 1 hj the reduced pncen of the Society ' Hie duty to ethteetio.i »o the people, h. a< eeteible. t* edeerti.mg, the Bible hoeartiM 6* tfcet to g'-** petronegeto the Orettge paper* ; i, the C Boo* .de.rti e.l. the very eipence ieeurtW yreveul to* poeeibilt
23 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We very reluctantly postpone the communicat'.on P. M‘F., of Cumber, bat it shall certainly appear next week. Mr. Bunn, our Lessee, recovering from his late severe indisposition, and the most active preparations are making him to open the ensuing winter campaign with great eclat.
11 October 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Protest) nt.

Protest) nt.

Per ]•'. VV. (.'onwav, Ksq., from Messrs. M. P. Kurland and ('urnelius llurly, Cliuichwardeus, Kamion, 0 Per ditto from Michael Sullivan, Parish I'nliaragli, Countv I'oik, including I/, each from the Hov. David and small sums, Per Barry lawless, from th*j Hov. (a* tbolic Ktvtor,
11 October 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The above Lauds, situated in the Barony of Upperthird, are in excellent heart; they are bounded the South the Marquess

The above Lauds, situated in the Barony of Upperthird, are in excellent heart; they are bounded the South the Marquess

WATKBFORD'S demesne, (within one mile Carrick on-Suir, an extensive Market Town,) the North the River Suir,. affording a cheap and quick conveyance Waterford, which is distant but ten miles, reuder them well worth the attention Farmers. Proposals, post-paid, to be addressed Doct
22 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS SITUATION, as Land a steady active experienced man, a native England, who has been regularly bred to Agriculture, ha*

WANTS SITUATION, as Land a steady active experienced man, a native England, who has been regularly bred to Agriculture, ha*

a thorough knowledge of the species breeds of cattle has been accustomed management of Gentleman's demesne, will be well recommended from the Gentlemen he has served in this kingdom, and from the he last served. The Advertiser is of the Established Church. —Any commands for Jame
6 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ll i/ h \ yr. 1 yij •'U * 'Ji i SUA • fclM <ii MAI

ll i/ h \ yr. 1 yij •'U * 'Ji i SUA • fclM <ii MAI

6 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•'"« Where nre the »ocle.-iaits i.'. * Where are 4l»e bloody Marys of r,,c y ' ll *vt«i drank the

•'"« Where nre the »ocle.-iaits i.'. * Where are 4l»e bloody Marys of r,,c y ' ll *vt«i drank the

blood the Saints! NiC ■'fECIAt KEPOKTEKS lit EVENING HAIL. j Hut they died 11, their .bootiuable iutoxicatiou, lid Mouday, the ult., a the gentry, fchall overtake all the Church's foes. (Chtjers.) armers, yeomanry, and Protestants of alldeuouiiuatious, re ' l^ were ill the utmos
6 October 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland