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JJ,n XtmpUtH tamitud ip Mr. Shirt. 'Enured into (mrtncnbip with (be Senolreot in June, 183s, witneu prapowd'ibe partoenhip to GalUgbcr, bearing that be wai an aciUe man in’ibe coal trade, as he conducted it for some

JJ,n XtmpUtH tamitud ip Mr. Shirt. 'Enured into (mrtncnbip with (be Senolreot in June, 183s, witneu prapowd'ibe partoenhip to GalUgbcr, bearing that be wai an aciUe man in’ibe coal trade, as he conducted it for some

JJ,n ip Mr. Shirt. 'Enured into (mrtncnbip with (be in June, 183s, witneu prapowd'ibe partoenhip to GalUgbcr, bearing that be wai an man in’ibe coal trade, he conducted it for some time for a Mr. Robinson ; Witness bad 2 or £3OO to spare, and told tbe Insolvent that be would adva
5 September 1825 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANNUAL APPEAL OP THE FRANCISCAN ORPHAN SOCIETY, FOUNDED 1817. ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2Sth, 1825, the ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON will be

ANNUAL APPEAL OP THE FRANCISCAN ORPHAN SOCIETY, FOUNDED 1817. ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2Sth, 1825, the ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON will be

PreuM In ADAM and EVE CHAPEL, th« He?. M. B. KEOGH, P. P., in aid of Fimda for Sapportiny, Clothing, Educating and Apprenticing Fifty-ai* deatilute Orphan*. And at Seven p’Clock in tha Evening, the Ear. P. DOWLING will make another Appeal, in ST. MICHAEL and ST. JOHN’S CHAPEL, f
17 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
arhiteo mem __ S*. P»(»mbiiri; TrlnMnit Brintsl

arhiteo mem __ S*. P»(»mbiiri; TrlnMnit Brintsl

wit Liverpool Liverpool Atßirri) non Liverpool do. ill). di). do. Briftol le. OlrtlM - CbMtM- C«rn»rro« ; do.
30 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BERESFORDS.

THE BERESFORDS.

following letter ha* been addressed a moat respectable Freeholder of the County of Waterford LORD GEORGE BERESFORD, Co. Waterford, Carrlekhe*. 12th of July, IKS. My Lord—Though well «w«re of the Hue of politico which yon and your family hare thought proper panne, ■till, the appr
5 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOUNING itKGISTEtt

MOUNING itKGISTEtt

itKGISTEtt come over the railings, and kicked and knocked my door, so that we were all terribly alarmed. My wife fainted ; my daughter got into hysterics; my whole family was thrown into confusion ; my house, as one may say, hunted out of the windows ; and we were obliged to call
5 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE-ttOYAL.

THEATRE-ttOYAL.

MR. LO WTHER, anxious to procure his kind patrnns and I'riendi every amusement the Theatre will afferd, ie (in conae<|uence of the illneee of Miss under the neflesaity ef postponing his BENEFIT until WEDNESDAY, the September, when will be performed « FAVOURITE OPERA and a variet
13 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

LONDON, SATURDAY, TWO OO’CLCK. Consol* commenced this morning at lor the Account, ami for sometime kept at that price, the Maiket haring firm appearance, when, suddenly, they declined BSf. The must ridiculous reports were in circulation the capture of Cuba, the French, and of di
13 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE IRISK/af Canto)* p*t cent. Sebentaros pee *•»£. Stock 3i per ceut* -V* Stock New 3% per cent. 4 'W

PRICE IRISK/af Canto)* p*t cent. Sebentaros pee *•»£. Stock 3i per ceut* -V* Stock New 3% per cent. 4 'W

93 3H Stock New per cent. - Bunk Stock llllUl TT~ --- - a54-;_- Koy»l C«n«! Stock, 25^ National ilnaorance Share* P St. Patrick Insurance Share* ■--! % Jl*» Patriotic; Insmanrt Shares <1«- . Royal* Irfch Insurance^Shares ...» : dis. Rsjral Irish Miu* pa. .Impwirt 1tf1ah.i,..,. «
12 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FEMALE PENITENTS RfiTREAt, .'' 108; mboklenburgh-strket, <Cn4*r P*U«Mg* «f Hit Grace the Mot Her. Doctor • • ' . MURKAY.

FEMALE PENITENTS RfiTREAt, .'' 108; mboklenburgh-strket, <Cn4*r P*U«Mg* «f Hit Grace the Mot Her. Doctor • • ' . MURKAY.

Oa SUNDAY, th« ith Soptfiabcr next, at Two o’Clock, THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON, la aM df tba exhausted Funds af this InstitntioD, >lO hs Praached in ST. MICHAEL and ST. JOHN’S ,CHAPEL, Exchange-street, Bythaaaa.il. B. KEOGH, P. P. And la tAaKwirtng’ef that Day, at Seven o’clock,
2 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. COBBETT’S REGISTER. The Truth Teller, a London Weekly Paper, has the following paragraph : The Dublin Hfsitter bus declined

MR. COBBETT’S REGISTER. The Truth Teller, a London Weekly Paper, has the following paragraph : The Dublin Hfsitter bus declined

tn insert Mr. Cobhett’e any longer, while the replies Mr. O’Connell, thus presenting the Irish people from seeing both side*, far it can, and forming a just conclusion on a question which thsir dearest interests are concerned. is not amongst the least cut ious incidents in this
2 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland