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TO THE FACULTY, Jnd those who take OPIUM, or its prejmraliou. THE LANCASTER GENUINE BLACK DROP, ban long been known

TO THE FACULTY, Jnd those who take OPIUM, or its prejmraliou. THE LANCASTER GENUINE BLACK DROP, ban long been known

and esteemed in the North of England the name of the Qcaxxa’s BLACK DROP, where it was first discovered by the late J. A. Bsatm «»ne, Surgeon in Lancaster, and it is patronized by many the most eminent Physicians and Surgeons in Great Britain Ireland, who employ and prescribe it
1 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW MINISTRY.

THE NEW MINISTRY.

Th« New Ministry at length formed. But evidant that many (he appointments are only provisional. appointments however, have taken place with tire entire concurrence of the Country, and with the cordial co-op*ra»»on of the Whigs. Of (he Cabinet, will b« seen the inserted elsewhere
1 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•A FLUID DENTRIFICE.

•A FLUID DENTRIFICE.

Invented and pr. paied Sihnet r, roe Monmarlie, Paris. This admirable composition free from every noxious ingredient whatever yet speedily renders the vcelh while and smooth, the gams healthful, red, and firm, and, by habitual use, will preserve them in lhi» state, to the limits
22 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(*!• I**< Vlm-Chancellor, (Hal wouM he I him, and manna aniiport taken aaav from Mm. Tt.r ... , , but

(*!• I**< Vlm-Chancellor, (Hal wouM he I him, and manna aniiport taken aaav from Mm. Tt.r ... , , but

• P'-oporli.m for (lie two otlin IVii . .him went if o,* E;l! shonl.l lam « " * you «o ptrtorm ta nn» »»-t, lh.| SJRN'IjICAN'"Y ftt ni.IN W« »il) »»«tur. t>| PFTTT SESSIONS IN Bill fM in< ' >'; ,I,e ~ ' , rd Chaocoimr and Ma.ler ot nlr-r „r Loidahipa. ; < n ever, aide .1,4. arm.
26 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ir% 7* ImlJubiiTL IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE LORDS-Mjy 25. The DAUI-INGTON pr«Mrnl«d « Petition from ‘'slant u|* South for a the Test and Corporation Acts. His p it'dd at) eatraft of letter aciompatiied the Petition. The writer ol the letter in the moat umjuaiiticd ur the the Dia
29 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Tt?KS!>AY, MAY at), jto c|>r«a(i «l' 6Vel* tiie « and to tliou-«ani!n m difficulty. It' nut in Mbnilute ruin. i*y, thru, that onteclioti't, touinki), are, upon practical experience, lea.l file a<l<<p(ion the plan which now propusui It* your LorcWlips, and prove the danger ami th
29 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPITAL FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD ESTATES, In the County Kildare and City of Dublin, late the Property Bes'P.d/ct A. Yjtss, Esij,

CAPITAL FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD ESTATES, In the County Kildare and City of Dublin, late the Property Bes'P.d/ct A. Yjtss, Esij,

de- . FOII SALE, by AUCTION, in the Month of JUNK next, Lois, in (he City of DUBLIN, the Capful Estate, Town and Lauda of AJOONE, commonly called the Manor of Moone, in the Barony of Moone and Killtea, containing Acres Utereabauta, comprising large extent of well cultivated Land
29 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RODERICK CONNOR.

RODERICK CONNOR.

The Demesne contains ‘2l A. 15K. and 53P. and is wall planted with sevtia) thousand well grown Tiees. The House is in perfect repair, and fur the immediate reception of a Family. The Ruud from Trim lo runs the Village of Ktldalkey. The Premises are in the inMixma** neighbourhood
29 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUARTER ASSEMBLY.

QUARTER ASSEMBLY.

An adjourned meeting of (he Quarter Assembly took place yesterday. was generally supposed that the subject, respect to the laic election of Sheriffs, and (he mandamus whirl granted by the Court of King’s Bench, would have been brought before the House. It, however, was not touch
19 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland