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* * * * «! DUBLIN. Refine. Brown and white Lio»- Coating and Knapp*- Ticking * Towd- Keraev and forest

* * * * «! DUBLIN. Refine. Brown and white Lio»- Coating and Knapp*- Ticking * Towd- Keraev and forest

Ooth. Fri*e, Flaiuw}s ai»d and Bopea- Stuffs, finished and unfinished & Floor Ma»*>o«- Calicoes, from the Loom- C-loves and '' Ditto, printed. :u. Tabinets, and Ribbons, Ginghams a Other descnp«o.n Jeans, grey and finnhtA Manufacture, domestic Corduroys, finished and - foreign.
4 May 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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4 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION SOCIETY To hstablith Frm for tke Mig***, Moral, and Useful Inttruetiom the Poor. patron: His Groce the Catholic ARCHBISHOP

EDUCATION SOCIETY To hstablith Frm for tke Mig***, Moral, and Useful Inttruetiom the Poor. patron: His Groce the Catholic ARCHBISHOP

OF DUBLIN. rpHE kind indieiduela w!u» hare coneented ml- JL leet the FREE SCHOOL’S GIFT their respective Districts, aro besought moat eamertly to regard it m one of the duties of their state, and, ifpossAle, to return at the Vestry-Room, on •• THE FREE SCHOOL’S GIFI Is solely fo
4 May 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNIVEHSIIi. u>4 th* mui fortfc »nd tin which bed hitherto prevailed. Me man dared new to anm that the Mewing*

UNIVEHSIIi. u>4 th* mui fortfc »nd tin which bed hitherto prevailed. Me man dared new to anm that the Mewing*

of l-oheeKl net be extended t« every, even the bin eubjecu. then expatiated on the advantagaa which were I>kf)y a tie* from tlie eetah- Hthmentuf a Landed Ueivofaiijr, amenj other diinpa, in opening a door Diwentem, who were exrleded from the two great Onivweitie*. The Learned G
4 May 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WINES SAL.K. pHARLES SMITH, hassechant, .if), UPPER SACKV j. PORT, vintage feral hundred dozen of choice prii Hilda, prime .s*l.

WINES SAL.K. pHARLES SMITH, hassechant, .if), UPPER SACKV j. PORT, vintage feral hundred dozen of choice prii Hilda, prime .s*l.

one. two. and three v..0 «1«, . .1 ettd LISBON, .1 .Vl.ieh will sold idcrate prices. . A proportionate quantity of the above Wines in pint Dottle*. Ni> second price asked. Pure Malt Spirits, and Superfine Green and black Teas, from tlie last Sales. IRISH CU ILERY MANUFACTORY, 11
4 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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BUILDING GHOUND.

BUILDING GHOUND.

r Let. several Lots Ground, situate on the West Side of Vicar->l reel, and North Side Enginealley, having a front Vicar-street of Ijd feet, and front to Flngine-alley, of feet. The whole will let either together or in separate lots for building. Application to made to Mr. Mafl'e
4 May 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT AUCTION

GREAT AUCTION

Of Rich Silks. Muslins, Linen Drapery, Superfine Cloths, Parasols, Leghorn Hats, Hiblmns, &c. SOLO BY AUCTION, At JOHN SMITH’S, Rooms, No. 12, Grafton-street, On This Day, the \th of May, And following days, IN the Drawing Rooms, a splendid variety of valuable Goods, in the abov
4 May 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIDAY, MAY 4, ls*7.

FRIDAY, MAY 4, ls*7.

priiic!;>leK, who might happen h.ive any heleructiic object, to accomplikhoJ only by a t'urtlier breach in the constitution.—&. Junwit Chronicle. are iiit'orineJ that the King, yesterday, presented the Earl Eldon with magnificent Gold Cup, in token Majesty's sense of the able an
4 May 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
nlisbuicHt of which can overlooked ? Does h« that il oil not consider it, it is a question which will

nlisbuicHt of which can overlooked ? Does h« that il oil not consider it, it is a question which will

>Or does believe, that if it should sleep, it will he awakened he anv other that) dreadful a«<l deplorable cmergeucy ?—( Hear, -hear.) No, Sir, must look it ,n the face. must not turn from it. But, though I believe that it is a question which has gained strength from the change
4 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

have a.I. V !HI, and to vindicate myself from ihe-e and from that misconception, to wlncli continued lenre has rendered liable. say, vindicate mysell and to justify the course I have adopted because I do see that public man. having embarked a public cause and engaged to discharg
4 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland