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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Notices of births, deaths, marriage, are new inserted without being

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Notices of births, deaths, marriage, are new inserted without being

duly authenticat'd by the signature and aidress of the tarty forwarding such communication. Money Orders are be made payable and the letters addressed to Mr. William MaMin, "Kvarilso Mail" Office, Parliament, street.
01 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

CURRAGH APRIL MEETING, 1854. FRIDAY, APRIL 29. Stewards—Marquis of Waterford, Marquis Conyngham, and Sir T. Bark*. Ranger—R. Browne, Esq. Judge—R. J. Hunter. The attendance was considerably less than on Thursday or Tuesdsy, and the sport very indifferent, the several events bein
01 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Just Published, price 2s, 6d., Second Edition, considerably enlarged, BUTLER'S Medicine Chest Directory, and Family Catalogue of Drugs, in which

Just Published, price 2s, 6d., Second Edition, considerably enlarged, BUTLER'S Medicine Chest Directory, and Family Catalogue of Drugs, in which

the Properties and Doses of all Alcdicines in geueral fnmily use are specified together with the proper time and vehicles for administering them ; also concise directions for the management of the minor cases of disease, which not usually come under the inspection the Faculty. T
26 April 1826 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Dublin, March 25, 1826. AT MEETING of the Friends of the late Mr. TODD, it was Resolved, That Suliseriptiun should

Dublin, March 25, 1826. AT MEETING of the Friends of the late Mr. TODD, it was Resolved, That Suliseriptiun should

be entered into, for the purpose of assisting in the maintenance and education of his young aud numerous Family. This beuevolent measure, as originating in the highest quarter, comes before the Public in way peculiarly gratifying to the feelings of that respectable Family. Subsc
26 April 1826 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Evening Mail Office, 3 p.m. THE AMERICAN WAR The Times contains a letter from Mr. Russell, written just before embarking to join the expedition under General M'Clellan. His next letter will be addressed from the neighbourhood of Fortress Monroe. THE SLAVER
17 April 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TURKISH BATH.

THE TURKISH BATH.

Dr. Barter, of Blarney, delivered a highly interesting and instructive lecture last evening, in the Lecture-room of the Dublin Athenaeum, Anglesea-street, before numerous and respectable assemblage, who listened throughout with marked attention. Dr. Cameron presided. Dr. Barter
17 April 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROMAN QUESTION.

THE ROMAN QUESTION.

The Patrie having observed that Lord Palmeraton'i speech would leave the Roman qaestiou where it found it, the Debate replies that in a material sense such would certainly be the fact, but that, in a moral point of view, the effect of the noble lord's words would be most importa
17 April 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PREPARATORY SCHOOL for Young Gentlemen, from six to twelve years of age, conducted by Miss DEAN, English Lady, assisted a

PREPARATORY SCHOOL for Young Gentlemen, from six to twelve years of age, conducted by Miss DEAN, English Lady, assisted a

Resident Classical Master from T.C.D. Superior Education, combined with every domestic comfort. Prospectuses on application to Mias'Dean, Beaufort Lodge, Kingstown. Holy well boarding school, Glen of the Dowks, near Delgakt, coltctt Wick low. The Bev.Dr. DELAMEBE, formerly Schol
17 April 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHANNON COMMISSIONERS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. BRIDGE BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. Applications having been made to the Commissioners TO the PERIOD for

SHANNON COMMISSIONERS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. BRIDGE BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. Applications having been made to the Commissioners TO the PERIOD for

RECEIVING the TENDERS for CONWAf TS. called Advertisement, dated July ult.. Notice hyyfiircn all persons concerned, that the J23d SEPTEMBER wlkMs tiie LATEST DAY on which any'Tendcr will received. /gW Order, HENRY J. MASON, See. pro. tern. Shannon Commis-ion Office, Custom-House
21 August 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland