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COUNTY FIRE OFFICE

COUNTY FIRE OFFICE

Mr. HOBHOIR'E presented petition from the Directors and of the County Fire OlV.ce, complaining certain measures taken against them the of Inquiry into the Collection and Management the Revenue. The Honorable Member, in speech of considerable length, commented the Report the Comm
13 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PULPIT4 ORATORY

PULPIT4 ORATORY

PULPIT 4 ORATORY our Vberul have aoleihn'y charged us with reporting by the Clergy the Established Church, if were a crime ; and Priest of Carlo hits, A Letter which appeared in The Post la-it evening, made it matter of serious accusation, that we, 11 THE EVENING MAIL, being the
13 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR lir.NRY CONSTANTINE JENNINGS.

MR lir.NRY CONSTANTINE JENNINGS.

CONSTANTINE JENNINGS. The Order the May was then read, for the attendance Mr. 11. C. Jennings who was accordingly placed at the Bar. Mr. SPEAKER —What is your name ? Mr. Jennings—Henry Constantino Jennings. Mr. SPEAKER—Look at these letters; there are three them. Were these lette
13 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION*

EMIGRATION*

The Second Report from the Select Committee Emigration from the United Kingdom has been printed order the House Commons. This Report a special case which had been presented it, viz., the condition the hand-loom weavers, for whom it has been suggested that some relief might he af
13 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/'SOILS i'Y -TO LET, tor V_/ Lives renewable fur Ever, the House and of HYISLA, containing about 2'J5 Irish or

/'SOILS i'Y -TO LET, tor V_/ Lives renewable fur Ever, the House and of HYISLA, containing about 2'J5 Irish or

Statute Acrs, situate within one mile of five Portarl.n.- four of Kiblare, and half mile of the Grand Canal.— The House modern and comfortable, with good (times, Garden, and Orchard. The land well watered, sheltered, ■mil divided—ttie situation very desirable. The Limerick Coach
2 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARI. lAM EXT.

IMPERIAL PARI. lAM EXT.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—FRIDAY, MARCH JO, SUPPLY—REPORT—THE PREMIER. The CHANCELLOR the moved that the order the day for receiving the Report the Committee of Supply read. Upon the question being put from the Chair Mr. TIERS'EY rose for the purpose sugge-tiug the house the grounds upon
2 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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9 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

Whatever course to be adopted, it seems to us indispensable that bve-law should be passed for carrying into effect, and that nothing should left undefined or discretional subject this nature. have the honor to be, Sir, vour most faithful and obedient Servants, (Signed) J. LESLIE
9 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i inquiry, a", that time which hnmeai"t( ! |v"p r 'ce".!!iTp i » ! when the Report was to laid

i inquiry, a", that time which hnmeai"t( ! |v"p r 'ce".!!iTp i » ! when the Report was to laid

before the Tl communicated to the House. The Hon. Mends'rtr!'*' 1 ferred the diilercoic between him and the two stoners, upon tlie subject of the Belfast Academies'!'?* tution, declaring, that however the matter murk or however it cide.l, result could linn for the pain he had en
9 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Situation, FAU.M a young Man who lived with a Nobleman lie can every description farm work, shoe and home work

Situation, FAU.M a young Man who lived with a Nobleman lie can every description farm work, shoe and home work

generally ; he can recommended the highest manner.—Apply Mr. JOHN R1.5.5F.1.1., Farming Society, Summer-hill, Dublin ; or Mr. JAM its LYNCH, 27, Thomas-street. \ TAN Situation Land Steward ami steady active Man, who understands his Ru-iness thoroughly, and has lived in his last
4 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland