Dublin Daily Advertiser, October 28, 1836

Dublin Daily Advertiser

October 28, 1836

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Issue date: Friday, October 28, 1836

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Wednesday, October 26, 1836

Next edition: Tuesday, November 1, 1836

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Publication name: Dublin Daily Advertiser

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Pages available: 385

Years available: 1836 - 1937

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Dublin Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 28, 1836, Dublin, Dublin Vbi. I. * Jams Hamilton(and Company. The DuWiri tfefy Advertifer. 1MB. 10. T HURSD A Y, Oaober 28, 173 5. .-'-:-'-- -'------ - - - ------------ ADVERTISEMENTS that require no particular lace or Character, and are of a moderate Length>, are taken j. * in at Two Englira Shillings each. For the Encouragement of them who have any thing toGomminicatetotheCPublick, the Undertakers eft bis Taper ba-ve ' Jb ordered that it fnay he read by all Degrees ofWeipfaflQ which End it is fent constantly- to all the mojt noted Inns, Taverns, and Cojfte-Honfes throughout the &ngdom,xMdw^toJLw^d. It is alfo in all the chief' tPablick-Houfes of all Kinds in Town, and mthe Hands of a Multitude of Subscribers. It fhall always contain the moft Au-thentickForeign Accounts, and it may he eaftly cbjervd, h has more Domefiick Occurrences than have been ever publifi-ed in an) Newspaper, here. We fhall befiudious to'be as agreeable aspoffibk to our Judicious Readers, and pall gratef'uttyrecehe, and infert any Hints t& that ^Purp^\ Our Country Subscribers have it, ^oft-free, Quarterly, at T%.6d. and thofemT'own deli^er^d at ^s.^d. before , - Subscriptions and Letters are taken in at Lucas's, the Globe,-and Cuftom-Houfc Co&e-Hoofes, and by the^Prifiter NbnJenejunffarum difcordia femina rerum. Ovid. Metam. HERE area Set of Men whofe foteBtt-finefs of-^Life it is to diiturb Scf aEMJ. fign of to doing, but thro* a 0)ffipfafecy to their ownFaculties, which they, anjucki-ly, think fit them for Judges in atlMatters. Thtfe Pctts are as common as pernicious, they itock Coffee- Houfes, Taverns, the Piay-Houfes, the Exchange, dfc llftiort, that he raiftakes the Flights of his Folly for Wit, ^---�-�-^~ of (peaking to him, tho' with this Caution, that his Voice never rifes higher than a Whifper. To clofe ail; the^Sb-fbijt Is a Malecontent; there is fomethmg fo vulgar in being fatisfied, that Peace'and Plenty, put together, can-tftt pleafe him ] he is always railing at. Power, as Inamorato^ are at Louer to. ibew he has it in his Head ; anj afieSs fach a melancholy Look from the Fear of Corrup-frlori, that Jgnoram people ask, is not that Gentleman out fMWris. The Wttling, is a Coxcomb officii a volatile Compo- Court* nay even the Churches. There are federal Qafles we will e#the^^^the WiMngs&m the XXmMnil and, in confequence of this, is ever attempting to ridicule others, and confequently everl4ittpgly expdfes him?-fiSf. If the Wftling has Money, there arc enough i> Ij&ughat his Nonfenfe, and applaud his half crack'd j jkei, Tfce Sqfoift h