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deeply reff-ei, to take * court* which would Id ftl with the want of panicle of that loyalty which it

deeply reff-ei, to take * court* which would Id ftl with the want of panicle of that loyalty which it

due to the illustrious Monarch who ruUsthe.e kingdoms. the whole course of public life, 1 nc»er evinced any •emimeni tovrardi the Throne hut loyalty; but, I submit, Sir, that* MoiiiUcr this House may rise his place Parliament %ml move to stop the supplies, without incurring the
15 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WM. HENK

WM. HENK

The above Selling is adjourned til) u*«d<>y, too «Id in»t. the Lour and place above mcntiooed.-«»Uaiad this bih day of May, ld*7 WM. HtXX. The PrnoijMifclirr'i Tenants la ritcuia Lease*, and (is a Security, by Keco(t)<rstiec usual. Ihia Hou-and Demons beautifully silaalad the ao
15 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR SALE,

FOR SALE,

To be S 'LDby AUCTION, FRIDAY, the ilh May, at TWO o’Clnek, oppositejLtmDonejmll Arms, DARK GREY HOffyt, flwf years old, got by Queensbury, and out mare an excellent Roadster, and offers engaged and perfectly quiet. *
2 May 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THR luk.N LAWS.

THR luk.N LAWS.

luk.N LAWS. the House of Lords Tuesday evening Lord IIF.XI.KV reminded their Lord-hips that the Commit* tee the Corn Bill had been postponed from time, and fixed for Friday next (this day) consequence of the indisposition a Noble (Lauderdale; wished take part the discussion. lie
25 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANSWER

ANSWER

the Inhabitants of the Parish of and its neighbourhood. FRIENDS AND PARISHIONERS —The announcement made this day of your approval my conduct, and that Curate during the many years we have each of officiated in the Parish of has been the most gratifying and consolatory to our fee
2 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY KILDARE BE LET, for any term that may be agreed upon, and immediate possession given, the House and Demestieof

COUNTY KILDARE BE LET, for any term that may be agreed upon, and immediate possession given, the House and Demestieof

RIVERSDALE, beautifully situated the hanks of the river Barrow, adjoining the town of Athy.—For terms, apply at the House.
30 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Westropp, Esq. Plaintiff ; HenryOnnsby, HetfVy D'Esterre, W'estropp, Esqrs., the Reverend John Beujaimn M'Crea, and Julia, his Wife, Defendants. the

Westropp, Esq. Plaintiff ; HenryOnnsby, HetfVy D'Esterre, W'estropp, Esqrs., the Reverend John Beujaimn M'Crea, and Julia, his Wife, Defendants. the

Decree of his Majesty's High Court Chancery Irclaud, made in this Cause, -and hearing date the day of February last, hereby require all Persons having debts, charges, incum_ brances affecting the mortgaged Premises in the pleadings mentioned, prior to Plaintiff's mortgage, beari
30 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
% XT'AN 15> Situation, us Lady's Maid, young ▼ Woman, who understands dressmaking millinery, has incumbrance whatsoever, is of the

% XT'AN 15> Situation, us Lady's Maid, young ▼ Woman, who understands dressmaking millinery, has incumbrance whatsoever, is of the

Established Church, and can well recommended by the lady with whom she last lived with for six years.—Any commands addressed C. B. at 33, College-greeti, or the Office this Paper, shall respectfully attended to.
23 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIDOW LADY respectability and conduct wishes to engage as Governess or to a Lady.—Any letters addressed to l\ D., at

WIDOW LADY respectability and conduct wishes to engage as Governess or to a Lady.—Any letters addressed to l\ D., at

the Office of this Paper, will be attended to.
23 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland