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AUCTION. THE Sale of the Fee Simple Estates of Ballincollig, Killolohy, and Kilpatrick, in the Liberties of the City and

AUCTION. THE Sale of the Fee Simple Estates of Ballincollig, Killolohy, and Kilpatrick, in the Liberties of the City and

County Cork, (as heretofore advertised), will take place at the Royal Exchange Coffee-Room, on Tuesday, a2d May, 1827, at the honr of Two o’Clock. WM. BENNETT, Auctioneer, Royal Exchange.
19 May 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWN-HOUSE, (To be let, upon very reasonable terms,) for one, two, or three Months, from the Ist June, A Tolerably

TOWN-HOUSE, (To be let, upon very reasonable terms,) for one, two, or three Months, from the Ist June, A Tolerably

well furnished House, in one of the most central parts of Dublin. To quiet regular family, it would be given particularly cheap, the object of the owner being to have it taken care of during his absence in the country. Apply by letter (pi.st-paid,) to S. R. at the Office of Saun
19 May 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Catholicism—Oa Easter Monm iles and one temale, embraced the Cal mrfaV’ Ballymalion, in the presence of the i,C Pev I

Catholicism—Oa Easter Monm iles and one temale, embraced the Cal mrfaV’ Ballymalion, in the presence of the i,C Pev I

Maoonran. On the follmvm-Monday, renml n, the errors of the Protestant rethree tl.e same place. Dnrimr his Imrdshtp risi ll210 " V «eek, receired two in the Parish ot K.il'atl°" ■ | in the Parish of min t | ie Catholic Church —O«4/m Register. P'e boson E\-Bi«hop of Cloifher was
2 May 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
his Dity is published JAMES BURNSIDE, 12, CAPpL-STKEET, A I u u X 0 I,(>L V arranged ? ' Vlt,

his Dity is published JAMES BURNSIDE, 12, CAPpL-STKEET, A I u u X 0 I,(>L V arranged ? ' Vlt,

accur ? te Inferences the ° h h . a,,J New Testaments; designed faciliute the these invaluable Records 12mo, Sold by all the princiW Booksellers.
31 May 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NAAS RACES, 1807.

NAAS RACES, 1807.

MONDAY, MAT 38. Warbler anil Huuicr’a Sweepstake* of 31. P. 601. added; wt. for age; three yra old, Ba^4lb; fair vre old, lOst; fire yre old, lOst l(Mb; list 101b ; aged, Hat 131b; for boraea not thorough bred, that never started, paid or received ft for ahy Cup, Plate, Prixe, M
9 May 1827 - The Irish Racing Book and Sheet Calendar - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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9 May 1827 - The Irish Racing Book and Sheet Calendar - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION.

EMIGRATION.

Mr. Maxwell wished to put a question the subject of the intentions of Government with respect to the aid they were willing to afford to persons desirous of Emigrating. A number of petitions had been presented to the House on this subject from Scotland, and it was most important
26 May 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
removed. In fact, whilst tjie currency continued in its present state, the Manufacturing districts nvould be subject to kind of

removed. In fact, whilst tjie currency continued in its present state, the Manufacturing districts nvould be subject to kind of

intermitting fever, and he hoped the Emigration Committee would continue its labours. Mr. Canning explained. Mr. Baring wasoneof the Relief Committee. A case of urgent distress had been brought before -them, and though averse to the general principle of granting money for the re
26 May 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TEST ACT.

THE TEST ACT.

Mr. Wilks presented a petition from certain Protestant Dissenters attending Divine Service in Warburton, Henley, praying the Repeal of the Test Act. THE ADMINISTRATION. Mr. Eastiiopf,, having presented several petitions from the Protestant Dissenters of Sittingbourne, Chepstow,
26 May 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDO^^OLICE.

LONDO^^OLICE.

Mansion-House.— Friday the Rev Mr. Tyson,late Mathematical Masterat Christ’s Hospital appeared before the Lord Mayor and Alderman Ansley, upon a summons served upon him at the instance the Parish of St. Andrew’s, Holbom, to shew cause why he should not be adjudged to be the repu
26 May 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland