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THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

Twei.v* o'Ci-ock.—A Hamburgh mail has arrived of the 7th of Januarv, and brings the Kichange London higher, gold, 429; 10Uj|; Bank Shares, 1080. Consols opened rather lower this morning ; left off or lhe Account, opened at tellers, Money 90J. Font ©'Clock.—Consols for tb® Accouu
13 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
– lvV?yf?y

– lvV?yf?y

- lv 'y "r x possession; tad sap in it, speaking the infallibility of the church (Edition 1809, pp. (The proposition the head of the chapter this,) ' 44 Councils-general, their convocation and celebration are infallibleand the proposition proceeds to prove in the fourth place—" F
13 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMAKKIED CLERGYMAN, accustomed to Tuition, resident h»a Benefice, eligibly situated in a Northern County, derirousof receiving into his family Pupil*.

AMAKKIED CLERGYMAN, accustomed to Tuition, resident h»a Benefice, eligibly situated in a Northern County, derirousof receiving into his family Pupil*.

to educate with anna. The moat satisfactory reffrsnces «i;> l>e given. Por terms and particulars, application Dublin, to the Very Rev. the Dean of 17, street, or by letter to the Advettlaer, whose iIMN will found at the Office of the Evening Mall.
13 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
G (.ENOUGH,

G (.ENOUGH,

A ▼■lnablf Pea Simple E«Ute, eligibly aitnated lo the Barony of Kllemana, within aevrn mllea ot the City of Caahel, and only twelve from the excellent Market Town Thurlca. It compriaei Dearly 2.600 STATUTE ACRES Of Land, of Arable, Pasture, Undot, Wood, Bog, and raelalmable Moun
13 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Rer. Richard Uaulererer, the Rer. Jonas Morris Poole, and other*.

The Rer. Richard Uaulererer, the Rer. Jonas Morris Poole, and other*.

Respondents. And the Act of. Parliament the lat and 2d Victoria, cap. 109. John Massy, Solicitor for said Oabllo. John 9. Abbott, Esq., Sollc Richard. Maulrverer, (and Domlnick-slrect, and the Owners of Lands within,tl and Kelllckmurry, situate all others concerned.
13 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DOWN DECLARATION.

THE DOWN DECLARATION.

Our readers will not require many words to remind tbe influential character of the address recently presented to Lord RODSM by tbe nobility, clergy, and gentry of county of Down, congratulating that noble Lord on the success of his exertions in laying bare ribbon conspiracy, and
13 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HANK OK KNtiI.ANI*.

HANK OK KNtiI.ANI*.

HANK KNtiI.ANI*. Quarterly Average the Weekly Liabilities and Asaeta the of England, from the l.'ith of October. the of January. |rt4o, both Inclusive, published pursuant to the Act and Win. IV., cap. an. LIABILITIES, Circulation. Uepoaits. jt | Securities. I Bullion .. jftß.6W.o
13 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANDAMUS—IMPORTANT TO GROCERS.

MANDAMUS—IMPORTANT TO GROCERS.

Mr. O'Conm'it app led iheir lordahipa, on behalf of Amelia Boland, for a cndiiinnal order for a mandamua directed to the collector of excise in the of Dublin, directing him to grant her license to sell tea, coffee, sugar, and other articles ; or, in other words, what was commonl
13 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Moir. 98* 99%

Moir. 98* 99%

13 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
»\t onuag into power hetr). mutt, IW,, Vei, gentlemen, «• now know what we ere to expect, end tte (

»\t onuag into power hetr). mutt, IW,, Vei, gentlemen, «• now know what we ere to expect, end tte (

etr > near). The ministry heve beatowed jwe are false to ouraelvet. and to our cause, if we neglect many beretU npon the country •, and one act in profiling by that knowledge (hear, hear). The prospect of par icu ar o I eirs is not praised as it ought, and which a probable acces
13 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland