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* .I(-rcho .t.i «inninj». nfr.-w:. ■'< n-'l) ; »..d v«l we disco'*" /*, he would have he>-n. had lie l later put out of the pete of salveTlon. n» several other fndi! vidua's, and would have been unquestionably excommunicat' d 'he I of Rome; and he and they would not l«e received
28 April 1827 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
Tbis day it (tubfolied, iu lJino. price ss. boards, MISREPRESENTATION, in a Series Letters, by the Rev. T. W. Curate

Tbis day it (tubfolied, iu lJino. price ss. boards, MISREPRESENTATION, in a Series Letters, by the Rev. T. W. Curate

of St. Peter's, Drogheda, formerly Roroab Catholic Priest. Second Edition. Printed fur WILLIAM CURRV, Jun. CO., "> Upper Sackville-gtreet, Dublin, and sold by all Booksellers
23 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM THE COURIER OF SATURDAY

FROM THE COURIER OF SATURDAY

FROM THE COURIER SATURDAY still remain unable announce any fur.her d arrangement* with respect the Cabinet. There i» much in progress, but nothing yet sufficiently advanced for communication.
23 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
boM tad intrepid Reformer warmly protested, made some very pointed strictures this mode raising ■sonsy, 1618, this Pope published Pull,

boM tad intrepid Reformer warmly protested, made some very pointed strictures this mode raising ■sonsy, 1618, this Pope published Pull,

asserting felt authority to grant indulgences, which would avail both the|, liriog and tbs dead in Purgatory. Those indulgences were; first Invsnted In ths ssveutesutb century, by Gregory ssTHlth, and the beginning the twelfth century the Bishops, whenever they wanted supply mon
24 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAME DAY

SAME DAY

Svvßcr.-Taaas of Guineas which the Stowarda will add for Hunters, Race Horses admitted (hat never Stvrted for any thing, Wi. for ~ge, Years old *;si. 121b.—5 Year old list.—6 Years old and aged l2st*—Two Mile Heats— Second to his Siaaes. WEDNESDAY, MAY. SwEKesTAKfcS 3 Guineas, t
24 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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A NEW GEOMETRICAL AMUSEMENT FOR THE SEMINAR V DECTIVE HOUSE YOUNG PEOPLE. I'HE Parents and Guardian* of the Puuii. 1

A NEW GEOMETRICAL AMUSEMENT FOR THE SEMINAR V DECTIVE HOUSE YOUNG PEOPLE. I'HE Parents and Guardian* of the Puuii. 1

S'cnd F.dUion, is- mlk *S pi'll", m rrlr, 6o.rrf.. £ .nformed. tl. .t Uu.il.,. .i 1 OAPYRO.PLASTICS; or, the Art of Model- Thurediy, Apdl sc.h. ling Paper; Instructive Amusement for Young ¥7tl>. If<r7. People. Second edition, with considerable .ions and improveracn* . 1 2mo. boa
28 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLAKE.—To be SOLD Private Con tract, the Lauds of HI RFIN ami C A siuiatc in said County, part the

CLAKE.—To be SOLD Private Con tract, the Lauds of HI RFIN ami C A siuiatc in said County, part the

Estate Thoiiia** Steele, Esq., bs heretofore adverli^J. A Map and Uental the Property aa also Report the Coinroissianers, and the Hog Map can be seen, and every infortu.uioo given title, reference Thomas Steele, Emj., Hibernian Hotel, Dawson-afreet, or Mwcra. Wogan, and Studdart
24 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 April 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MtIHNIVO W.r.ISTKR

MtIHNIVO W.r.ISTKR

W.r.ISTKR * M«oi. «f H.ntl,, who U gcr ba* «!V»p*lch LW«»«Miney *f IreUorf, •«<» •brwH. W« , U l- L ! n,.t«r«f tl*o Roll., in «kt rmm th.t Mr. Plurtko.tl. Sir John Coploy. . v t 6o«tl«mn tho Heww F.x ooooidor « smn« ADDRESS THE KING. _ wbick wv . r ,i rwpMuU* A in ’.tucfaed. Arth
23 April 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ADMINISTRATION.

THE ADMINISTRATION.

The belief was general and strong in London on Monday evening, that the ncgociation with Lord Lassdown had terminated, and that he had accepted he Home Department. So entirely was this statement relied upon, that some of the principal Morning Papers of Tuesday pul it forward wit
28 April 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland