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His Grace the Archbishop Dublin,.,... Lord Bishop Killalla, the Venerable Archdeacon Killalla, 100 0 Venerable Arc.hdeacou Ki11a11a,.... —.. Francis same, Richard Cooke* Esq., by ditto, ft John Bolton Hawkins, Esq., by ditto, 1 ft ft Lord Bishop Limerick, Hon. and Rev. John Pome
18 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
William Browne and! Browne, Esqrs., IT. of his Ma- Plain lifts ; jetty's High Court Chan- Alicia Stepney, Widow, and

William Browne and! Browne, Esqrs., IT. of his Ma- Plain lifts ; jetty's High Court Chan- Alicia Stepney, Widow, and

Ireland, thi* others, Cause, bearing date the 2Btli Defendants. of February, '1825, and ■■ J of a subsequent Order bearing date the day of February, 1827,1 will THURSDAY, the 3d day MAY next, at the Hour of One o'Clock the afternoon of said day, at .ray Office on the Inns*- quay
18 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

PROGRESS OP THE REFORMATION. Oil Sunday last, the fallowing Conversion, took place at the undernamed Churches Sr. Stephen's, Dublin, five persons. Seventy-two adult persnus publicly the errors the Church Rome on Sunday last, in the Parish Church of Bulliuadoe, thirty-seven whom,
18 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLINASLOE.

BALLINASLOE.

T'O be LET, from the first Day of MAY next, for such term «s may agreed on, the large House a:iii Concerns in the Main Street lialliua I-ac, now the occupation of the Her. Dean Dir.r.os ; the House large and toomy, having Dining and Drawning-room, fast-Parlour, six comfortable l
17 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS.

THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS.

prove the guilt of criminal, require protection from violence. Such a mode of acting, would afford to the people the most convincing proof, that the laws were not entrusted to the rich for the oppression of the poor, but for the protection of the honest of all classes. It would
18 April 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 April 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING CATHOLICS CLONMEL- Sunday last meeting of the Catholics of the (,’oitaiv Tipperary, was belli the New Chapel in Ctenmei.

MEETING CATHOLICS CLONMEL- Sunday last meeting of the Catholics of the (,’oitaiv Tipperary, was belli the New Chapel in Ctenmei.

The Chair was taken, amid the loud acclamations of the by Captain James Power of Ballydine. ' Mr. John Luther appointed Secretary to the Meeting.
18 April 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
SPEECH OF MR. SHEIL.

SPEECH OF MR. SHEIL.

The Petition adopted Meeting for presentation to both bouses of Parliament, having been read. Mr. Siten. spoke as follows The Assixes for this county exhibit deplorable spectable of misery, Jterceiu-'*, inxubordinQtvm, amd guilt. Judge Burton. (that able, constitntional, and tru
18 April 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
yEfV CHEAP AJSD FASHIONABLE. PRINTED CALICO, SHAWL, SILK HANDKERCHIEF, AND RIBBON ESTABLISHMENT WEST-STREET, OPPOSITE LINEN HAI.I, STREET. THE MISSES to

yEfV CHEAP AJSD FASHIONABLE. PRINTED CALICO, SHAWL, SILK HANDKERCHIEF, AND RIBBON ESTABLISHMENT WEST-STREET, OPPOSITE LINEN HAI.I, STREET. THE MISSES to

inform tlu-ir Friend* and the Puljlc. h»*e commenred husine** in the above line, “Variety Millinery they will dispose of on moderate terra* They therefore hurahly hope for shar* of public patronage. Miss A, MC ANN having served her litre to one the mo&l reapcclabl* Dublin, in th
21 April 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE FIRE,

DREADFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE FIRE,

Thursday night, about eleven o’clock, the premise*, Lower Ormond quay, occupied by iMessis. Hill and Kelly, Cabinet-makers, were Hardin, the watchman on duty at the corner Lille>-street, to lie fire. the alarm In-ing those persons who first arrived on the spot immediately applie
16 April 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland