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SEA BATHING. TO BE LET, FURNISHED, LEGG HOUSE, df-lii'htftilly situated on.' the Cushindall Shore, within a few minutes walk ofther

SEA BATHING. TO BE LET, FURNISHED, LEGG HOUSE, df-lii'htftilly situated on.' the Cushindall Shore, within a few minutes walk ofther

Village, where there a Deil%Post. The House consists of one large Sitting Room, BlSoms, Servants* Room, Kitchen, Pantries, icc. &ow<lnrfe rear a well inclosed Garden and Yard, with Apply by letter, post paid, Kennedy, Hotel, Cushindall. * Grass for a Cow, if required.
2 May 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HORSES FOR SALE.

HORSES FOR SALE.

To be Sold by AUCTION, onJUIIDA Y the 4th instant, at TWO o’clock, opposite tl^piynKALL-ARMS. A WELL Trained HUStfrEft steady and active jn Harness ; Also hd^SfimrTONEY RACER, fast in all his paces, and accustomed to carry Lady. (800 LISBURN GAS WORKS. To be SOLD by AUCTION, on
2 May 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH CATHOLICS.

BRITISH CATHOLICS.

a respectable meeting of the Members of the General Committee of the British Catholic Association, held on Thursday, at their rooms in Thorney-street, London, it was proposed, that in consequence the present peculiar situation of Mr. Canning and the friends of the Catholics in b
2 May 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Cfie arts anH Stmces.

Cfie arts anH Stmces.

Cfie arts Stmces. new Steam-engine. (From the States) Register.) We bavr seen with surpnlfe and admiration, Mr. Dixon’s new mode of generating steam, and its application in driving steam-engine. There is no boiler, and consequently that cumbrous and dangerous part of a steam-engi
2 May 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fill DAY.— BANK TRIALS.

Fill DAY.— BANK TRIALS.

fourl eat tiiis day ten o’clock precisely, and a City I'ctit Jury having been sworn, William Davis. Peter Mangin, end George Gourmjr were placed the bar. Mr. Davis and Mr. Mangin, who had pleaded not guilty, generally, on the p-eevding day to charge cf embezzling rwrtain monies,
2 May 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
On TO-MORROW the 3d of MAT, 1827, A GRAND ORATORIO WILL h* performed in ST. MICHAEL and ST. JOHN’S CHAPEL,

On TO-MORROW the 3d of MAT, 1827, A GRAND ORATORIO WILL h* performed in ST. MICHAEL and ST. JOHN’S CHAPEL,

Exchange-street, under the direction Mr. Fallon ; after which SERMON wiU be Preached by tha REV. T. MAGUIRE. The Receipts lie applied to debt incurred fur the Painting and Ornamenting Chapel. raiHcirAL TdcAt- rKmrosmrss. Mw FORD. Mr*. FITZWILLIAM, Mr. M'KEON, Mr. BROUGH. OvaaTii
2 May 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A WELL SECURED PROFIT RENT Of £24. 18«. Gd. British. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, A T THE OFFICE OF

A WELL SECURED PROFIT RENT Of £24. 18«. Gd. British. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, A T THE OFFICE OF

JOHN LITTLEDALE, 11, UPPER OHMOND-QUAY, Saturday next, btk May, 1827, At Two o’Clock precisely. THE ihov* Fruit Rent w payable out of an excellent Dwelling twnisc, N*. 58; in Marlborough -street, at the rare at': which Ls huge Yard, and an excellent Coacb- Ikuwae and Stable for
2 May 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIRD DAY’S SALE. Oftht Lott Right Rev. Dr. PLUNKETT, R. C. Biahop of Meath; the Late Verg Rev. MICE. KEARNEY,

THIRD DAY’S SALE. Oftht Lott Right Rev. Dr. PLUNKETT, R. C. Biahop of Meath; the Late Verg Rev. MICE. KEARNEY,

Y. 6., Archdeacon of the Dinette of Meath and ROMAN CATHOLIC CLERGYMAN, frteeaH, deceased]. Valuable and Important Libraries, THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2d, AT O'CLOCK PRECISELY, Beginning at No. 571 in the Catalogue. By CHARLES SHARPE, At his Largs Rooot, No. 33, Anglesea-street.
2 May 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
H-USES & LANDS. TO BE SOLD, HE H0p,,., UPPER IJAGGOT STREET, consisting iliree Parlours, three I3etl Kpoms, Kitchen, Pantry, and

H-USES & LANDS. TO BE SOLD, HE H0p,,., UPPER IJAGGOT STREET, consisting iliree Parlours, three I3etl Kpoms, Kitchen, Pantry, and

other lock-up places, with Coachhouse, Stable and Garden, lock up S ard and Puotp, all in good repair. The House commands a most beautiful view of both the Sea and Wicklow and Dublin Mountains. The terms are—l'ine, 1501. ; Rent, 4GI. 3a. .Id. ; Taxes under 21. ; term years to ru
2 May 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

Intimate with Auldjo never saw hint ('lay cards but once, and that was shilling points whist. Mr. Ross was at school and College for some years with Mr. Auldjo, who had a most marked and decided aversion to cards. Other witnesses gave si miliar testimony. Mr. Sergeant then addre
2 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland