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DUBLIN, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 1827-

DUBLIN, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 1827-

T"" THOUSAND POUNDS, TEN TIlOu" SAND POUNDS. the above two sums on Mortgage, at the rate Six per Cent.- The security ami the first incumbrance affecting an Estate 00/. a year. Particulars can known application Mr. Echlin, 5, Clarendon-street.—lt requested that none but Principal
16 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT Meeting of the Merchants and Traders THE BEST HOUSE NELSON-STREET. of Dublin, convened by Public Advertisement, and r be

AT Meeting of the Merchants and Traders THE BEST HOUSE NELSON-STREET. of Dublin, convened by Public Advertisement, and r be

SET or SOLO, that new, substantial, on THURSDAY the I2lb APRIL, the Rooms of and well built 10. NRLSON-STfttfiET, ejl* Chamber of Commerce, for the purpose of pantly prepared and pain'ed, and finished in Report from t'ie Deputies appointed at a former . with Italian Chimney-Piec
16 April 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MiN!3TRY

THE MiN!3TRY

THE It will scon, * our . rliai..ent v report of last night, that Mr. Canning ..as accepted the of Fir-l Commission of his Majesty’s Treasury—or, in oilier words, tha 1 is now Fume Minister of England. apprehend tin of this fact will cause surprise ; for belief l\\ has been but o
16 April 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKING HOUSI Duple, Earl of Caledon,' and another, Plaintiffs ;

BANKING HOUSI Duple, Earl of Caledon,' and another, Plaintiffs ;

PURSUANT to the Decree of his Maje»tjr’« High Court of Chancery in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing date the 15th day of July, 1825,1 will, on Wednesday, the 16th day of May next, at the hour One lock in the after-, noon of the said day, my J Chambers on the lun’s-quay, Dubl
16 April 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
j'tRIVLOiNS. HIBERNIAN BIBLE SOCIETY. On SUNDAY, the 22d APRIL, 1827, THE ANNUAL CHAHITY SEHMON, IN BETHESDA CHAPEL, In aid of

j'tRIVLOiNS. HIBERNIAN BIBLE SOCIETY. On SUNDAY, the 22d APRIL, 1827, THE ANNUAL CHAHITY SEHMON, IN BETHESDA CHAPEL, In aid of

the Funds of the above Society, will be preached BY THE REV. B. W. MATHIAS, A.M. IN former period did the Hibernian Bible Society more need, or more deserve the countenance and pecuniary aid Of the Friends of Religion. The calls upon it, for supplies of the Scriptures to the mos
16 April 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCOTLAPTD. THE POET CAMPBELL, L(»RL> RFVTOtt THE UMVER Y <IF GLASGOW Thursday, Thomas Campbell, Esq. author the Pleasures Hope,” was

SCOTLAPTD. THE POET CAMPBELL, L(»RL> RFVTOtt THE UMVER Y <IF GLASGOW Thursday, Thomas Campbell, Esq. author the Pleasures Hope,” was

installed laird Rector the University of Glasgow. The Common Hall of the College was crowded to excess before the arrival of Mr. Campbell, who, on entering, accompanied the Professors in their gowns, was received with the most unanimous and cordial applause. After prayers, and t
16 April 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROBISRT TAYLOR

ROBISRT TAYLOR

Mr. HUME called the attention of the Hdusetoa matter of privilege. the November, he had presented the Home a petition, purporting lie that person styling himself the Rev. Robert Taylor. The petitiou was one relative to the present mode of administering oaths iu Justice, and sugg
16 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOLD BY AUCTION, On the Premises, on MONDAY the 23:1 inst. NTE REST in the ASE of the HOUS E,

SOLD BY AUCTION, On the Premises, on MONDAY the 23:1 inst. NTE REST in the ASE of the HOUS E,

OFFICES, GARDEN, and Fifteen Acres of LAND, at present occupied and in possession of Mr. WILLIAM RUSSELL, of Strangford. The House and OfficesUrgajand commodious, the Garden well stocked, and ewcellent condition. The entire is held un FITZGERALD, at a moderate Rent, for Slyears
16 April 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST COMMERCIAL CHRONICLE. flrmg. EXCHANGES AND PROMOTIONS. War. Office, April 2, 1827. Ist Regt Drag! Guards—Captain Macqueen, from hp, to

BELFAST COMMERCIAL CHRONICLE. flrmg. EXCHANGES AND PROMOTIONS. War. Office, April 2, 1827. Ist Regt Drag! Guards—Captain Macqueen, from hp, to

be Capt, vice QuickC, who cxc, receiving the diff. Lt Drags—Cornet Congreve to Lieut, pur, | vice Ratcliffe, prom in 6lh Drags. 11th Ditto—Lieut Arnold, from hp Ist Drags, to be Lieut, ! vice Maxwell, dec. 16th Ditto—Cornet] Cotton to be Lieut, pur, vice Don- | glass, prom and L
16 April 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POPULAR WORKS

POPULAR WORKS

Just published, OLDI- RN, NOW Burlington - street, London; and sold JOHN CUMMING, IG, Lower Orntowl-quay, and all the other Booksellers Lublin, DE YERE, or the MAN of INDEPENDENCE the Author of vols, post Bvo. 425. CONTINUATION VIVIAN GREY. 3 vols, post 8v«. 31s. fid. tl Decided
16 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland