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THE ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE. 1 (Incorporated A. 1720, by Char ter of George the Firtt.) Chief Office —Royal Exchange, London.

THE ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE. 1 (Incorporated A. 1720, by Char ter of George the Firtt.) Chief Office —Royal Exchange, London.

ROBERT CORBET, Agent. No. 5, COLLEGE-GREEN, DUBLIN. Fikk, Life, and Marine Assurances on liberal terms. Life Assurances with or without participation in Profits. Divisions of Profit every Five Years. Any sum up to £15,000 insurable on the same Life. The cost of Policy Stamps and
August 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY

THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY

A general meeting of the members was held on Monday evening, at the Academy House, Dawgon-street. The chair was occupied by The Rev. Professor Jellett, F.T.C.D. Dr. Sigerson, F.L.S., read a paper entitled Further Researches on the Atmosphere.” Having mentioned that some of his p
June 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Nov. 15, 1870.]

Nov. 15, 1870.]

November 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COLOURS.

COLOURS.

November 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sept. 1, 1870.]

Sept. 1, 1870.]

September 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW PATENTS.

NEW PATENTS.

C. H. Perman. Birmingham, Hinges." —The inventor furnishes the knuckles of hinges more cheaply and accurately by means of circular cutters or cutting wheels with teeth their peripheries. clamps the hinges in holders, and he causes the holders with the hinges in them to move forw
September 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER.

THE IRISH BUILDER.

ocean, repose their on the white sands, attach themselves to the rough rocks, or (should the place they covet be already occupied) fasten like parasites on other existences as wonderful as themselves, or float on the surface and in the depths in the midst of a vegetation relativ
March 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“THE SEA AND ALL THAT THEREIN IS.” The bottom of the sea is an enchanted country : the animals, its

“THE SEA AND ALL THAT THEREIN IS.” The bottom of the sea is an enchanted country : the animals, its

inhabitants, are selfluminous ; they thunder upon their enemies from distance ; they harden themselves into stone. We read that Daphne was transformed into a laurel. The narrators of this fable have not depicted for us the sufferings of that unfortunate maiden, her langour, the
March 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY IMPROVEMENTS.

CITY IMPROVEMENTS.

We are glad to find that at length the authorities of Trinity College and the Corporation are likely to unite in carrying out the longlooked-for improvements in College-green and College-street, by the removal of the old railings and base in front of the College and the dingy wa
March 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER.

THE IRISH BUILDER.

.£l3 ss. to £l5 15s. per hundred ; St. John deals £ll 10s. to £l3 10s. do.; lower port spruce deals, £ll to £l2 do. ; pine deals, second quality, £23; third quality £l9. There was keen competition for the American square timber, particularly the red and white pine, both of which
March 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland