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THE DUBLLV EVENING MAIL FROM T*lR GLOBE OF SATURDAY.

THE DUBLLV EVENING MAIL FROM T*lR GLOBE OF SATURDAY.

THE EVENING MAIL FROM T*lR GLOBE SATURDAY. Mr. CANNING possesses the entire confidence of his MAJESTY, and unlimited powers for the composition of Administration, on any principles which seem to him best suited to the circumstances of the countrv. proof the determination of the K
16 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION

EMIGRATION

Colonel WOOD petition from in. Spencer Secretary to the Emigration Society, praying that facilities for emigrating might lie afforded the Hoi: e. Mr. said, that suffering our people to emigrate, was giving the sinews and strength the country ; and hoped the Government would inte
16 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL TURNPIKE ACT

GENERAL TURNPIKE ACT

Mr. LEWIS moved, that the Report the General Turnpike Amendment Act should brought up. Mr. Alderman WOOD suggested the insertion clause, compelling the Trustees all Turnpike-roads construe! footpaths for the use the poor, in the vicinity cities* and market-towns. After a few wor
16 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND DRESS BUSINESS - disposed of, and immediate possession given, if required, an established Concern the tirst respectability, the Proprietor

AND DRESS BUSINESS - disposed of, and immediate possession given, if required, an established Concern the tirst respectability, the Proprietor

being about retire. The Stock, which is small and very select, to be taken at valuation. moderate Premium will expected The Business is conducted private house, the whole or part of which would let.—Apply the Office this Paper, letter post paid, directed t0.1.W., which will meet
4 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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BANKING UOISK AND CONLKUNs.

BANKING UOISK AND CONLKUNs.

BANKING AND Dupre, Earl IjUilSliANl to the and another, 1 Decree ol' Plaintiff*; High Court Chancery The Co-Heiresses Devisees, Ireland, made this Cause, and Executors of the late hearing date the lath d ot Thomas, Lord Viscount 132 a, I will deceased; ! the day dames Evorv, Esq
18 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVERSIONS.

CONVERSIONS.

Our Readers are aware, and many of our Correspondents have wood reason to know, the scrupulous care with which investigate all communications purporting to contain accounts conversions, and the uuequivocal proof require before we give publicity to any statements that reach lls .
2 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY

CHANCERY

William Browne aniO pIIRSUAXT tlic Redmond Brow ne, JJL Final Decree of his Ma- Plaintiffs High Court Chan- Alicia Stepney, end of Ireland, made others, ausc, bearing date the Defendants. February, 1825, * , -ay *—an J of a subsequent Order bear date the 23D day of February, wil
9 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE I)I*HI.IN KYKVIXO MAIL

TO THE EDITOR OF THE I)I*HI.IN KYKVIXO MAIL

THE EDITOR THE I)I*HI.IN MAIL Sir —Well viing that von are friend to trlth, beg throiigli the medium of uiur Paper, give the public a few cursor} remark- at the same time it becomes to apologize to you lor trespassing* your invaluable time, which 1 sincerely do. Having great deal
9 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland