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LA PEUOUSE.

LA PEUOUSE.

We h»»e in another part of thi« paper, acme eery cariout particulars relative to the celebiated navigator Perouse. Fedr men, not even our own Park, have excited more interest than La Perouse, and it certainly will extremely gratifying if, after the long lapse of forty years, an
25 April 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
POPERY INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE PROSPERITY OF ENGLAND.

POPERY INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE PROSPERITY OF ENGLAND.

[From work j’J»t published, eumled ** The Apocalypse St John ; or, prophecy of the Rise, Progress, and Fall, of the Church of Rome ; the Inquisition; the Revolution of France; the Universal War; and the inal triumph of Christianitybeing a uew Interpretation. the Rev. Geo. Croly,
14 April 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LIBEL.

LIBEL.

The verdict given at the Cork Assize* against paper called the Wateiford Chronicle,’sounding in damages to the tune of thirteen hundred and Jifty yount&.naturally induces us to inquire into thecirentystancss which might hare induced a Jury, standing imiropeached any imputation o
14 April 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MINISTRY.

THE MINISTRY.

(From Papers of Friday.) We were yesterday enabled positively to state, that Mr. Canning had been commissioned bis Majesty to form an administration; but that the result of the steps taken the Right Hon. Gentleman for that purpose were quite uncertain. The first part of Ibis sta
18 April 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN DUTIES BILE.

CORN DUTIES BILE.

Mr. C. GRANT moved the order of the day for the third reading of the Corn Duties Bill. Mr. WARBURTON thought the measure was not calculated remedy the evils complained of. Mr. LEYC ESTER made some observations respecting the importation of Canadian corn, that were inaudible in t
18 April 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH ROMAN CATHOLICS.

IRISH ROMAN CATHOLICS.

Lord HOLLAND held in hi* band two petitions; one was from the Roman. Catholic inhabitants of the parish of Peter, Drogheda, and the other from the Roman Catholic inhabitants of the town of Naas, in the connty of Kildare. The purport the prayers of both petitions was the same, na
4 April 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COEN LAWS.

COEN LAWS.

Ur. H. HUTCHINSON presented petition from certain millers, merchants, and traders ia the county of Cork, praying for protection, by duty on foreign corn.—Oidered tolie on the table. Mr. FLEMING presented apetition from Fearbam, praying that the average price at which duty on for
4 April 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
*>* the community. In all cases, the strictest justice was given, and the law most impaitia ly administered. In the

*>* the community. In all cases, the strictest justice was given, and the law most impaitia ly administered. In the

case now before tbe House, he was to show that a proper consideration had oeen given, and that decision upon it had been formed, not by the Lord Lieutenant in one way, and by the Lord Chancellor in another ; not by the Secretary for Ireland after one fashion, and by the Attorney
4 April 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
INSOLVENTS NOTICE.

INSOLVENTS NOTICE.

In the Matter of John Byrne, Gent, late of Dundalk, in the County of Louth, an Insolvent Debtor. THE Creditor* of said ioaoUefU ore hereby repaired to- tak* Notice, that the Dividend of the aeid Tnaolveut'e Aaaets, heretofore advertised, will made the day of fid AY eaet, at the
2 April 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MORN INC. REGISTER THE BRAZILS.

THE MORN INC. REGISTER THE BRAZILS.

The Diario Flumitiense (Rio Jaaeiro Journal) the ult. has been received. mentions some petty advantages gained by the Brazilians, and slates the Emperor to have returned the 16tb. I« consequence his affliction for the loss of the Empress, his Majesty retired to his Palace at Boa
2 April 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland