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THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, AM) I'UB-1 LARGE. PROTECTION FROM FHAI'O. consequence the high popularity atid extensive sale of tlie Original and

THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, AM) I'UB-1 LARGE. PROTECTION FROM FHAI'O. consequence the high popularity atid extensive sale of tlie Original and

Genuine Macassar Oil, Kahjdnr , ice bavins induced nearly Pirates impose tire Public base Imitation.-," <l. ROIVLAX It and SOX, Sole Proprietors of tire Original anil Gr.si INF., it imperative duty state the following facts the Public. The fain ic.i-tors copv the Hills, Labels,
3 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
R ¥"X) LET, the Counties Mr.ATH, and DUBLIN, during the Minority of Minors, KILIURE—For five, years, the House, extensive Office*

R ¥"X) LET, the Counties Mr.ATH, and DUBLIN, during the Minority of Minors, KILIURE—For five, years, the House, extensive Office*

and Lauds near Celhridge, containing Irish Acres, situate in the best part of the County, and all under Grass. M —For nine years, the Lands of BALLVGURTHA, near containing Acres of the best Feeding Grounds. Twenty Acres are under Wheat. UI.IN Park, adjoining the Phoenix Park, go
3 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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3 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOWER OKMONJ), COUNTY TO LB'!', from the Ist of November or 2fith of March in divisions, from 100 to l.

LOWER OKMONJ), COUNTY TO LB'!', from the Ist of November or 2fith of March in divisions, from 100 to l.

r >o Acres, smaller portions, as may agreed on, for Lives, the Lands of ANNAGH, the Estate of the late DANIEL KINAIIAN, Esq. containing 1100 British Acres, Arable, Meadow, and Pasture, and 300 Acres of Bog. These Lands are well knownto be calculated for meadow, feeding, and till
15 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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6 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LORD HIGH ADMIRAL. PORTSMOUTH; AUGUST I.—The LONL High Admiral has graciously condescended patronise Ball at the Royal Clarence Rooms,

THE LORD HIGH ADMIRAL. PORTSMOUTH; AUGUST I.—The LONL High Admiral has graciously condescended patronise Ball at the Royal Clarence Rooms,

Suuthsea. The evening is lived for Monday, the 6'tli of August, aud for which the greatest preparations are making. A grand dinner will given at Portsmouth his Royal Highness the Lord High Admiral, l>y the Admirals, Captains, and Commanders, resident and in the neighbourhood of
6 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1 FISHERIES IRELAND NOTICE TO BUILDERS. I Pursuant Order ot the Commissioners Irish Fisheries, certain Works arc required executed the

1 FISHERIES IRELAND NOTICE TO BUILDERS. I Pursuant Order ot the Commissioners Irish Fisheries, certain Works arc required executed the

following Fishery Harbours Countv Clare, CLOGHER HEAD, County Louth. and Specifications for the proposed Works at Kilrush. may hart app!>itig to W. H. KINO, Esq. Inspector-General Fisheries, Gal way JAMES PATERSO.V, Esq. Inspector of Fisheries, Kilrush or JAMES Esq. Harbour Engi
16 July 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STEAM PACKET FOR BRISTOL.

STEAM PACKET FOR BRISTOL.

compliance with the request of number of Individuals, the ST. GEORGE STEAM PACKET COMPANY have determined placing their new Steam Packet the ST. PATRICK, the line between DUBLIN and BRIS TOL, for the conveyance of Goods and Passengers, and will leave Dublin WEDNESDAY, the instan
19 February 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Charles AMut ire, IJUKSUANI the Decree against of his Majesty's High Court The Reverend Francis I of Chancery Ireland, made

Charles AMut ire, IJUKSUANI the Decree against of his Majesty's High Court The Reverend Francis I of Chancery Ireland, made

iu Lucius Ferdinand Hhis Cause, bearing- date the Cary, day of June, and subsequent aud others. orders made thereunder, will, J FRIDAY", the IKb day of June next, at the hour Two ©'Clock in the Afternoon, at mv Chambers the luu-J-quav, Dublin, set up and sell public cant, the hi
19 February 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
absorbed —then, certainly, emigration ought CJ <dit of. Hut was of opiuion that this would .J,, w' that the cause

absorbed —then, certainly, emigration ought CJ <dit of. Hut was of opiuion that this would .J,, w' that the cause

of evil was in nil excess of . ther relnore t or increasing -J,id>, . till the whole country was covered with <»' vt3r 'iVnuiJerism. Looking to the subject as a whole, Ih» remedy for the misery under winch • Hboured, than that which had been pointed out. »e'' au " !r V,v far the
19 February 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland