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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

(From a Correspondent of the Morning Post.) DUBLIN, Feb. 23.—The Pilot of last night is quite pleased at the prospect of the forthco m i n g discussion of Repeal by . our civic corporators. Alluding to what occurred in the council on Tuesday, the writer says, " There were some a
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION FOR THE MILLION.—WRITING, BOOKKEEPING, &c. PERSONS of any age, however bad their WRITING, may, at a trifling outlay, in

EDUCATION FOR THE MILLION.—WRITING, BOOKKEEPING, &c. PERSONS of any age, however bad their WRITING, may, at a trifling outlay, in

Eight to Twelve Easy Lessons, acquire permanently an elegant and flowing style of Penmanship, adapted either to professional pursuits or private correspondence. Arithmetic on a method requiring only one-third the time and mental labour usually requisite. Book-keeping as practise
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
of punishment; but there the inmate has brought the evil upon himself—he has forfeited the protection of the laws of

of punishment; but there the inmate has brought the evil upon himself—he has forfeited the protection of the laws of

his country, and this is a part of the recompense of evil which he has reaped. But what has a poor family done ?—poor only because they are numerous, and their wages insufficientwhat have they done, that, after having striven in vain to support themselves, and then come to claim
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
NEWLY-RUPTURED PERSONS are generally unacquainted with the properties of a Truss, or where to procure the best remedy for that

NEWLY-RUPTURED PERSONS are generally unacquainted with the properties of a Truss, or where to procure the best remedy for that

distressing Visitation. Read " Cobbett's Legacy to Ruptured People." Rheumatic Subjects are likewise ignorant that thr;r sufferings can be subdued by External Means. A single-post Letter, on either subject, may be had of WILLIAM COLES, the Patentee and Truss-Maker to the Forces,
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
WORKS PUBLISHED BY HENRY COLBURN, 13, Great Marlborough-street. EDITED RY THOMAS HOOD, ESQ. The February Number of COLBURN'S NEW 'MONTHLY

WORKS PUBLISHED BY HENRY COLBURN, 13, Great Marlborough-street. EDITED RY THOMAS HOOD, ESQ. The February Number of COLBURN'S NEW 'MONTHLY

MAGAZINE AND HUMORIST . . Contains the following Articles THE CAMBERWELL BEAUTY, •• - A City Romance, By the Editor. PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE OF THE LATE LADY HESTER STANHOPE, Comprising Particulars of the Pacha Emir Becher, a' Prince of the Druses ; the Great Chief Blabanna Ell F
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
By Alexander

By Alexander

February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR FRIENDS ABROAD

FOR FRIENDS ABROAD

THE MONTHLY EDITION of the ATLAS for INDIA and the COLONIES Was published on SATURDAY, the 4th of February, containing a carefully arranged digest of Political and Domestic News, so as to form an historical Epitome of the most interesting occurrences in England during the Month
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

The Queen held a Court and a Privy Council yesterday afternoon at Buckingham Palace. The Council was attended by his Royal Highness Prince Albert, Lord Wharncliffe, Lord Pre:Adent ; the Duke of Wellington, Commander-in-Chief ; the Duke of Buccleuch, Lord Privy Seal; Sir Robert P
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
WORKS PUBLISHED BY RICHARD BENTLEY, New Burlington-street. - - (Publisher in Ordinary to her Majesty). With Numerous Illustrations by George

WORKS PUBLISHED BY RICHARD BENTLEY, New Burlington-street. - - (Publisher in Ordinary to her Majesty). With Numerous Illustrations by George

Crniks'hank, Leech, and Alfred Crowquill. The February Number, price Half-a-a Crown, of pE NT LEY ' S MISCELLANY, contains THE AD. -'-' VENTURES of MR. LEDBURY AND HIS FRIEND JACK JOHNSON. - By ALBERT SMITH, Author of "The Wassail Bowl," &e. With an Illustration by JOHN LEECH. C
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
pATENT BELT - BAND SPRING DRAWERS, • for Hunting or Riding, on an improved principle, for supporting the loins and

pATENT BELT - BAND SPRING DRAWERS, • for Hunting or Riding, on an improved principle, for supporting the loins and

abdomen, in riding or other exercise, preventing rupture, checking increase of corpulency, and giving remarkable comfort in general wear, both to thin as well as stout persons. Made by the inventor, S. K. SALAMAN, Tailor and Breeches-maker, 19, Charing-cross, two doors from Crai
February 27, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England