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TUESDAY—SECOND DAY.

TUESDAY—SECOND DAY.

Daniel Game indicted for the wilful murder of John Mulgan, Dungarvan, 16th July. Thii is the case the private of the 58th who killed his comrade in a musket-duel, as reported in all the Papers. Guilty Manslaughter. To be transported for life. CITY COURT. The Hon. Justice Johnson
29 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY. Thr British Stock Market still continues extremely heavy. Consols have declined about £ per cent. ; they opened this morning at 00% for the Account, declined to 90j, and are now 90 %% > and 90 for money. Thera is a great scarcity of money. The Foreign Securiti
30 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At Ilunn County Tipperary, the Lady of Sraithwick Manning, Esq., of n son and heir. In Waterford, the Lady Edtrard Hobson, Esq., of daughter.
19 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
at the Aggregate Meetinit. In the place it was poMible that vote <»f tlwnka would he proposed to the ■Committee.

at the Aggregate Meetinit. In the place it was poMible that vote <»f tlwnka would he proposed to the ■Committee.

This course was ao customary, that he was warranted in antioipaling the probability of its adoption on the present occasion. The next resolution, in his, (Mr„ O’CenfleH's) judgment, should be one which Mould embody the thanks the people of Ireland the 63 Protestant Peers who ent
13 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Liverpool Liverpool sailed tw Archangel HIGH WAIRU AT DUBLIN BAB— Thi» D*r. Morning— -—*7 • ini- " ' ariniito* P<*»* PuMiaiied M. ItaUNTON, »t th. o*w. 4. itrrrt. Sabtfriytioot&U Guiii»«» p« »ni»am.
13 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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NEW LOTTERY, WITH NEW SCHEME, NEW PRIZES, OLD WINE, OF WHICH 64 PIPES BE GIVES G-BATIS, As an addition the

NEW LOTTERY, WITH NEW SCHEME, NEW PRIZES, OLD WINE, OF WHICH 64 PIPES BE GIVES G-BATIS, As an addition the

Four 1,000 Guinea Prises, 90 THAT EACH PRIZE WH.L RECEIVE 1,000 GUINEAS AKB PIPES 01 WINE ! And for Shares in Proportion, To be ckoten from any Slock the fortunate nMers may prefer. THE SCHEME CONTAINS Four £21,000, AND EIGHTEEN OTHER CAPITALS! ALL MONEy-—SO BLANKS ! All to be d
13 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 July 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLOUR MILLS. O. WEXFORD—To be LET, with a Fine, or the Interest in the Lease SOLD, which is for Lives

FLOUR MILLS. O. WEXFORD—To be LET, with a Fine, or the Interest in the Lease SOLD, which is for Lives

renewable for Ever, the FLOUR MILLS of NEWTOWNBARRY, County Wexford, together with the Concerns thereto, built by the late Earl Farnham, with three Water- Wheels, and a never failing supply of Water sufficient to manufacture 300 bags of Flour per week, and which are at present i
12 July 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOL.

WOOL.

JAMES MURPHY and CO. return their *in.J cere Uiuki to the Noblemen and Ceotleioen who bare I been pleased to consign Wool to them for sale; they hope 1 neril continuance decided preference given (heir EetabUehment since their commencement business. I EetfJ aieitkm shall *id for
16 July 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland