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10 February 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Xbe Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier.

Xbe Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier.

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier. Auctions. AUCTION OP SUGAJI. TTARVEY, SON & DEAVES will Sale, -■■ X at Ham. & Sons, on Tuesday tlie 30tt/August, at One o’clock. y Hhds. ami Tierces bright and Bnrbadocs SUGARS. TERMS AT SALE. Aug. 20. AUCTION FURNITURE. TO BE SOLD B
20 August 1825 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ALL I V OXE JJAr /

ALL I V OXE JJAr /

ALL I OXE OXE of the last opportunities obtaining a Larue Fortune in one day, will be afforded on the 31st Instant, at BOi.ssrars/') Thero arc C' J(c. the aromint of .€'2l 7,2o4; —The largestpoprVverytiistrihuted one Day. There are Four PaiZEsdfT'WE'WY/FIVK THOUSAND POUNDS—andeyt
20 August 1825 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HIS MAJESTY'S GRAND PIANO-FORTE MAKER, I. H. 11. MOTT, 92, PALL-MALL, LONDON, WHO has also the honour of making for

HIS MAJESTY'S GRAND PIANO-FORTE MAKER, I. H. 11. MOTT, 92, PALL-MALL, LONDON, WHO has also the honour of making for

the principul Sovereigns m,-Europe, &c. respectfully continues to invite Ihe and more especially the Pianoforte PuKhpSeryAoJus extptHtTu manufactory, to inspect bit imrpved Horisontal Grand, Cabinet, Cottage, Square, and Upright Patent Sostenente* Pjanofortes; which, from the ma
20 August 1825 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PROPRIETORS the NEW SKIBBE- KEEN COACH beg, thus publicly, to return their best thanks to Mr. Dowden, the Proprietor the

PROPRIETORS the NEW SKIBBE- KEEN COACH beg, thus publicly, to return their best thanks to Mr. Dowden, the Proprietor the

Old Bandon Coach, and the Renter of the Turnpike Gates between Cork and for very liberal conduct, iu refusing to lend hinfi&fmo Public, through their Establishment, that unjust clause in the Turnpike Act, whiqK'vouldfperinit him to enforce double Toll on all JPMic And they hope
20 August 1825 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON PIANO-FOUTE WARE-ROOMS, AND MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REPOSITOR —9, SouTH-M^er^L'oKy RF. BOWDEN begs the arrival per Esthbs, of an

LONDON PIANO-FOUTE WARE-ROOMS, AND MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REPOSITOR —9, SouTH-M^er^L'oKy RF. BOWDEN begs the arrival per Esthbs, of an

Extensive AyVrtrnoat of GRAND CABINET, TABLE PIANO-FORTES,^ of SJ, 6, and 6.J octaves—These Instruments have been personally selected by him in the Manufactories of Rroatlwood ami Co, anil Clement! and Collards —Double action Harps, Spanish Guittars, Violins, Flutes. Kent Bugles
20 August 1825 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
jwwaty Jm» therefore, wm ayni« bot his keepvr him Jet gt» tie bold faf throwing Kims oC heef. The hitch

jwwaty Jm» therefore, wm ayni« bot his keepvr him Jet gt» tie bold faf throwing Kims oC heef. The hitch

raa withdHlWfl,' iojured. I 'WWe comlhlmw under which I wss affixed the coihbkt was be.decided [ ;1. Three dogs at once be slipped him,' t 2d. If one or (uty of tnsmtimi uil, iie thef to | be considered as beaten, and no one of the other m* maining threS to bellowed to sttswk hi
1 August 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY, JOLY 25. ATTACK ON MB,. BOURKE, OF! RATHNA^ERE. Cornelius Keating and Thomas Wall were put

LIMERICK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY, JOLY 25. ATTACK ON MB,. BOURKE, OF! RATHNA^ERE. Cornelius Keating and Thomas Wall were put

the Bar, under the Whitebojr act, for, with ©there, on the night of the February, assaulting the habitation of William Bourke, at Rathnasere; they were also charged under second indictment, with entering and stealing ten pistols and one sword ; and a third indictment chained the
29 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RIOT AT CUSHINDALL.

RIOT AT CUSHINDALL.

have received the following communication from a most r-'spectaMe Nortliem Correspondent is lamentable to reflect thai any portion of the press could prostitute its columns to the use of »«,.(, an alarmist” this letter exposes. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNIXc REGISTER. Sir,—Having
15 June 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN CAN AM.

AMERICAN CAN AM.

The success of the New York canal has excited other states in the Union to undertake similar works. The legislature of Ohio passed an act this year for cutting canal 300 miles long, cornect the Ohio Hirer with Lake Erie. It begins at the mouth of Sciotto River, ascends that rive
15 June 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland