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BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAG ZINE FOR FEBRUARY, CONTENTS. Jr Theory of Tiagvdy—ll. Wolfgang Meomg—lll. Hymns Song a]M«tart>ed Exiled. H. Simmon*.—V. Wellington.—Vl.

BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAG ZINE FOR FEBRUARY, CONTENTS. Jr Theory of Tiagvdy—ll. Wolfgang Meomg—lll. Hymns Song a]M«tart>ed Exiled. H. Simmon*.—V. Wellington.—Vl.

The Song of to aged Bard. Prom Ibe Gieilc—Vll. Song sung at the Symposium the Saloon. of January, 1040.—V111. Miss Martlneau IX. Letter from Hannibal Smith, Krq.. with the Trips of the Lily.—X. Grimm's Teutonic Grammar.—Xl. Algiers.—Xll. The Dream Mohammed the Second —XIII. Poet
31 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'HANCERV.

'HANCERV.

Edmund Alexander Douglass And Wile, Plaintiff*; Jtlin Boyd, Charles Doug Uis, Robert Wilson, Mllllcent Mary Allen, and Henry Kills Allen. Defendants. PURSUANT tl«- Decree of her |*■ Court of Chancery In lr<jMd,M date the day oNMI 1M9.1 will, FRIDAVJfWr day of FEBRUARY vJxJI hour
31 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£3 PER ANNUM.

£3 PER ANNUM.

3 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANT SITUATIONS,— All Letters post paid. AS Working Butler and Valet, an enced, steady, strong, active, middle-aged Man, lived with

WANT SITUATIONS,— All Letters post paid. AS Working Butler and Valet, an enced, steady, strong, active, middle-aged Man, lived with

respectable families distinction In town and business In Its various branches ; bis unexceptionable, and feels confident that will give satis faction lo the discharge of the duties of his station; Willie found confidential, trustworthy, and zealous lor his employer ; would under
3 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY TIFPERARY.

COUNTY TIFPERARY.

COUNTY MURDER. —It our painful duty to record another hortid murder, perpetrated on Christmas eve, the solemn festival of the birth of our blessed Saviour. On tbat'niglit married woman, the name of Cullen, was on her way home; when near Peak she was attacked some persons, yet unk
3 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BKVKBLHY KLKCTION

BKVKBLHY KLKCTION

Stn'e of the poll the close Friday : Fox (Conservative) .... Mt» Murray (Whig Radical) 4l'» Majority for the Conservative. I 4'» FALMOUTH AND KLKCTION. State the poll the close on Friday four o'clock Mr. Hut chins(the Wl'ig candidate .... ..... 402 Mr. Car (the Conservative candi
29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RENEWED AGITATION.

RENEWED AGITATION.

The disturber bis country’s peace has been busy at his old work every day for the past week. It is truly disgusting to us to be obliged to travel the wake of such a mass of brutality and filth his speeches present ; but our public duty constrains us, giving “the very age and bod
1 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lIU MO UR hi D MINISI'KIU.U, CHANGES,

lIU MO UR hi D MINISI'KIU.U, CHANGES,

lIU UR MINISI'KIU.U, CHANGES, It is whispered about among the Whigs that Lord lihrlugton is to leave Ireland, and tike the place of Lord the Home Department. Fi Lord Notmanby to go to Paris, and Lord Granville India, whither Lord Normanby would have gone, but that “my lady” objec
1 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHUitC I.

THE CHUitC I.

On Saturday, tlie Itev. James B-i.nc:: was Instituted to the Vltrrage of Frdamore and Olenogra. vaca> the re-lunation ».f I.is tter In.low, the rtee.TbiM..*. t>.. n«.. death of the Uev. Mr. Jni.es, living vab.ed at 4(MM. a year has became vacant, the dbtecss (.ark. The ptetciUal
1 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE W ciOl. TRADE.

THE W ciOl. TRADE.

THE ciOl. TRADE. I.Kans —We have nothing favourable report the slate of the cloth trade thl:» week. We are crtling from Lad worse, and the number ol unemployed poor rapidly augmenting, and misery and distress seem have spread over the land. The prices of both wool and cloth are o
1 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland