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BALLYMENA SESIONS,

BALLYMENA SESIONS,

John Alexander and Charles Dempsey, for a riot, each to be confined and kept at hard labour 12 months, in the House of Correction, and find bail, each,in £*jo, with two sureties in each, for peace and good behaviour for life. Archd. Clyde and James Smith, for a riot, each to con
27 January 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW VESSELS FOR SALE

NEW VESSELS FOR SALE

'there will exposed to Sale, by FUHLIC ROU r, 9 in the rON'l'jyi: ISXy GIth'ESOCK, on Til URSDA V. the \st of February, at o'Clock, Afternoon, ri ie Copper- fastened Brig Jpr" AGEXORA, Mm. Burtlicn per Rciiister, 187 54-94thTp..s the lollowingJfimeusions, viz: y? feet. in. Lengt
27 January 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1887.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1887.

CATHOLIC MEETING. AT numerous and reapectable Meeting of the CATHOLICS of the United Parishes CAIII tod KILLLNANE, held in (be Chapel at Cihirsirecn, on he December instant, R '°- FITZGERALD, P, F. in lit Chair. The following Resolutions were unanimously agreed That John Primros
4 January 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
M. chateaubkiand-s pee h.

M. chateaubkiand-s pee h.

<*l teauheia of the speech of M *P Canning, were circulated «1 h fd r r«le .n,l '‘ "PJ- >*<? <u U.; -.fry arcu tb.. u 1 * . n, ° ®*'derj. bring p.T'.uadc) I I o:> "a?' «o ifgiii .!.c actu.l d,| r,„on, ‘he rha.nhrr ot Drpbtiev, ih«t g , hen over, I'r.nch he..t,U fr.l.ns of ni-icv
4 January 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK EJECTION.

CORK EJECTION.

KEJOICINGS THE CITY Stveml of o»r were moat brilliantly the nights of and Saturday. Portmits of distinguished iharactrrs, living and dead, were exhibited some the window s. Among them, we recognized, with mingled sensations of pleasure and regret, those our late honest Represent
4 January 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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A CATHOLIC GOVERNESS. WANTED, in the Coui.ty Donegal, a Governess capable of instructing Females in the English and French Languages;

A CATHOLIC GOVERNESS. WANTED, in the Coui.ty Donegal, a Governess capable of instructing Females in the English and French Languages;

History, Geography ; Drawing and Music—as well as Work, Plain and Ornamental. A Female about the middle of life will be preferred. The Children to entrusted to her care, have lately lost their Mother. The Person offering for such situation must be provided with testimonials of h
27 January 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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2 January 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF MONAGHAN. Hamilton a. Hamilton,

COUNTY OF MONAGHAN. Hamilton a. Hamilton,

VALUABLE FEE SIMPLE AND FREEHOLD ESTATES, Th. Properly of the Ui« Mis. C. Hamilton. TO be Sold by AUCTION, puriuant to the Decree of hi. M.jeaty’. High Court of Cb.ncer, in IrcUmJ, on TUESDAY, Ibe da, of JANUARY next, by RODF.RiCK CONNOR, Emj., the Miner in thia Cause, at bia Cb
2 January 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lUbeti llie Jiteclioii of Commiltca, i>> r fllie more perfect iiiitrucUou You’.rg Genllcurcn, ru .V. ibe branclre* of a liberal

lUbeti llie Jiteclioii of Commiltca, i>> r fllie more perfect iiiitrucUou You’.rg Genllcurcn, ru .V. ibe branclre* of a liberal

Education. Course of Instruction is comprehensive, I embracing LANGUAGES. SCIENCE, and PO’in ACCOMPLISHMENTS, every object that an an- Parent desire. ... n * xtensWfc variety of information communicated in lime not longer than that heretofore usually devoted , j rtt i„ alone —in
13 January 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
another case increased salary was given a Parish Clerk, and given another Clerk fur having been removed. There item given

another case increased salary was given a Parish Clerk, and given another Clerk fur having been removed. There item given

of *2O guineas fur an organ. Now, he (Sir John Newport) did not know what right or authority any these Vestries hid to tax the Parishioners for an organ ; ail events, common decency demanded that the Roman Catholic I-siiy, who were excluded from the Vestries, ought not called up
13 January 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland