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BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND COUNCIL OF IRELAND. WHEREAS by <|)rder of this Board, bearing data the Bth day of

BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND COUNCIL OF IRELAND. WHEREAS by <|)rder of this Board, bearing data the Bth day of

October instant, a Form iffTVayer to Almighty God, for relief from the dearth an/scarcity now existing in parts of the United Kingdom, /pi directed to prepared and used in all Churches and ChSbels in Ireland, upon Sunday the 11th intaut, and upon all occasions when Divine Servic
22 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
371 37 37t

371 37 37t

Of SHAKES.
22 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1846.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1846.

spring. If we hare eleven month* before us and only food for nine, it better should submit without delay short commons than attempt go entirely without food tor the whole of neat August. A sliif ascent two miles long may not entirely suit the convenience of an overloaded vehicle
22 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BISHOP OF LONDON’S CHARGE,

THE BISHOP OF LONDON’S CHARGE,

Doctor Blomheld has made very long Chargeand, of course, a very clever one—to Clergy, at what in called—we do not well know why—a Hyuodal Meeting : the Synod being mutes, with the exception of their chief. Doctor Rlomficld has been compared to Sir Robert Peel, the devoirs be is
22 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

The Liverpool Timet of Tuesuliy At the present time many corn-lalen vessels are arriving in the channel, t» wail for orders either to proceed the continent, or to bring their cargoes to British port; and have heard of Mme in which they hive received orders proceed to Antwerp ins
22 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT SALES.

IMPORTANT SALES.

ESTATES OF THE EARL OF BLESINTON. IN CHANCERY. BETWEEN— John Gardiner, Plaintiff. The Right Honornhfe Margaret] Count eta of Bleaintou and Defendants. others. The Honorable Ladff Harriet] Anne Jane Frances Countess Plaintiff D'Orsaffy John Mitchell and others, Defejmants. The sa
6 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
7*. 49. 3d. 13a. 9d. 17a. 6d. 31a. 6d. 4« 2a. 6d. 3a., 3a, 3d. 4a. 6d. 16 ...

7*. 49. 3d. 13a. 9d. 17a. 6d. 31a. 6d. 4« 2a. 6d. 3a., 3a, 3d. 4a. 6d. 16 ...

6 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Tli® Pari* papers of Monday are foil of the Montpensier marriage •» <m day for tbe laat mouth. It was understood that the reply of the French Goeernment had been read by M. at Cabinet Council held Sunday, under the Presidency of the King, and approted, and that it bad been trans
8 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CAFFRE WAR.

THE CAFFRE WAR.

Portsmouth, October 4.—The transport Mary Soamet, Lieutenant Boys, R.N., arrived at Spitbead yesterday afternoon. She quitted the Cape the August, and Lieutenant Boys bnngs most cheering accounts the Caffre warfare ; Lieutenant-General Sir P. Maitland having been reinforced by t
8 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EUPLOTUBNT OS PRODUCTtVS WORKS.

EUPLOTUBNT OS PRODUCTtVS WORKS.

TBK LOBD LIEL'TENANT’s LETTER. In an emergency much more critical than any within our memory, and arising from cause* and a combination of difficulties for which there i* parallel in our history, the Earl of Bessbobouqu, in the bold and statesmanlike measure which we announced o
8 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland