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TO THE MINISTER OF WAR.

TO THE MINISTER OF WAR.

*' The news of the death of Cabrera is generally believed at and head quarters. A letter from the Head quarters, dated the 16th of May, says that Cabrera, as was being conveyed Morella, experienced a relapse; that was said to dead on the ; that had gone with all speed to Morella
27 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ISSUES OF SILVER AND COPPER

THE ISSUES OF SILVER AND COPPER

(be 22d we announced (hat her MAJESTY-. by and with the advice of her Privy Council, and moved thereunto desire relieve the commercial embarrassments of the country—had been pleased to issue from the Royal mint a coinage of thret halfpenny silver pieces—and of half farthingt and
27 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MIKE HAGGERTY

MIKE HAGGERTY

have been favoured several correspondents with capital communicuions this *ubject. In particular, are indebted the learned writer of " Father Tom and Pope for some choice canticles, of which expect to make unworthy use in our next. THS KATHM—The storm | continued with unabated,
27 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NUMBER 3311. IUM I' PURLIN.— WAN TK!> for respectable Bunding School the country, HEAD CLASSICAL ASSISTANT.iM SCIKNTIFIC MASTER, who can

NUMBER 3311. IUM I' PURLIN.— WAN TK!> for respectable Bunding School the country, HEAD CLASSICAL ASSISTANT.iM SCIKNTIFIC MASTER, who can

Inatruct In the ute the Theodolite. Gentlemen accustomed produce most saMsfactorv proofs to competency se departments, good moral character, <tc. mtttmvJoi tha €«a.ill»hpi! Church only will treated with.—vUpyr/tions (by letter (pott paid) may addressed 41 Mr. J Camming. 111, Low
6 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KAPER'S PATENT WATERPROOF.

KAPER'S PATENT WATERPROOF.

Mr Rapse prepared Waterproof all goods which may forwarded to Office, At No. 26, PARLIAMENT-STREET. Dublin, and refers to estract from the report the Committee appointed to investigate the merits of his Invention ; " Your Committee, In considering the value that all classes of s
6 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE LOVERS OF LITERATURE.

TO THE LOVERS OF LITERATURE.

THE LOVERS OF LITERATURE. THE NOVELIST, a Weekly Number*, Two Pence each, and in Monthly each containing neat A NOVEL COMPLETE, Highly illustrated with engiaringioo Wood, bye'!**' •i the extremely low price of One Shilling each, ltii<. Wrapper. The Proprietor*, returning their th
3 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO UN IMPORTATION ACT.

CO UN IMPORTATION ACT.

IMPORTATION ACT. The house having resolved itself into committee upon this act, Mr. LABOUCHEUE said, that had already iniimiu d his intention bringing hill for the purpose of assimilating the law of Ire! »o that of England the importation of flour. At present American Hour import
29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HANK lIUPT

HANK lIUPT

Ji.hn Henry, the town Armagh, w» the >ty Armagh, bj ih» Iter and atallonef, dealer anil chapman, to mimm-lcr s Ittnias, thcr'th day hebtuoy rvKt, and vit TticuJsj, the 10th day ot Match following- Mitt WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1840. PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. Monday was stirring and a
29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COLERAINE DINNER EDWARD LITTON. M.P. (from SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Last Tuesday evening, Mr. Litton was entertained a public dinner, in the

COLERAINE DINNER EDWARD LITTON. M.P. (from SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Last Tuesday evening, Mr. Litton was entertained a public dinner, in the

large room of the market-house of this town, the Corporation, though it as circulated that was given his constituents. Great exertions were made scrape together a few orators from the different parts of the North, so as to make a grand Conservative demonstration; but they signal
8 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“TO TUB EDITOR OF THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH.

“TO TUB EDITOR OF THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH.

“Sir, —ln your paper of Thursday last, just now placed hands, it appears you have thought fit to pro~ont me, iu especial manner, to the notice of the public, for having annexed ray name to the Down declaration. I therefore claim & brief space iu your columns to enable me to say
29 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland