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THE ORIGINAL TEA WARE-

THE ORIGINAL TEA WARE-

HOUSE, 31, LOWER SACKVILLE-STREET, {OPPOSITE THE GENERAL POST-OFFICE.J The first Hcusc of the kind established Irdand, and confined, CTcturivcly, TO THE SALE OF TEAS ONLY. When this Establishment wac corarr.cnccd, THOMAS M'ENIRY, the Proprietor, pledged himself these terms: Ist,
7 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO BUYEUS OF COALS

NOTICE TO BUYEUS OF COALS

'T'HE Public aic cautioned against certain Coal Porters who station themselses on the Quays, ami follow all persons retorting there for Coals, particularly Country People who draw Coals in their own cots. These Coal Potters, for every Purchaser they bring on board, receive from
7 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUNNEL UNDER THE THAMES.

TUNNEL UNDER THE THAMES.

As our previous accounts have faithfully detailed, it has never been the intention of the projector of this nnder\nltin£ to remove the water which lias recently been permitted to remain in the tunnel since the late irruption, until his arrangements were carried beyond the possib
4 August 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

LET, HOUSE and CONCERNS (he Sonth- quay, where the la'e Mr. l)i re-ided; with whiih, separately, the KIIOL in Calrndrr-lane. lately trccupied .Mr. C'otLraa. can g/ven both. Alto —Ft cm the first of Twenty-one Acres, old measure, of the Land* I 1 KN. called Nk\Vrowx MEADOWS. Withi
4 August 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIAN CORN. A SUPPLY OF PRIME INDIAN COHN. Just V/riit it, Which will b* MODERATE TERMS, A TO MR. THOMAS

INDIAN CORN. A SUPPLY OF PRIME INDIAN COHN. Just V/riit it, Which will b* MODERATE TERMS, A TO MR. THOMAS

ENNIS. Wo-t-strcet, 3d August, 1827.
4 August 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 

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FIRE DEPARTMENT.

FIRE DEPARTMENT.

The frequent instances of ruin entailed upon prosperous individuals, Accidental Fire, impose it a duty upon every person secure himself and his family against this most destructive casualty, which almost all property is hourly exposed. InsuranccsonPrivate Dwellingsand Furniture,
6 August 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS.

THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS.

DUBLIN—AUGUST 2. Lord Manners. —This Noble Lord ha* at length been compelled to surrender to the imperative call of circumstance. He has closed his career, political and professional, in Ireland, and has been honoured (and what Chancellor would not be honoured in similar manner
4 August 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
PACHA Of' EGYPT,

PACHA Of' EGYPT,

»f has .iecli.rr.l himself i...h-peD- Jent. This ews is ih. lu-s. f»r has .eW fur i • ralmm. The effe. the sec.nues ha, h’et, mn-t favourable. Tuesday eveu.ng, SO. Tin; ncssiAN fleet. The Rossi Tleet, from Croustadt, Elsinore the 21th tilt. The Qnot.dicnne states, the authority
4 August 1827 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WONDERFUL PHENOMENON !! I from the Roscommon Gazette. The productions nature have occupied the minds of the learned and curious

WONDERFUL PHENOMENON !! I from the Roscommon Gazette. The productions nature have occupied the minds of the learned and curious

for many ages.—the Museums Europe are magnified with varieties from air parts of tbe globe, and, indeed they are justly celebrated for their choice collections —But cannot eon*i vmced that any age can have produced, any reposi. { lory boast of, a more extraordinary • phenomenon
2 August 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD.

TO BE SOLD.

Tie Fee and Inheritance of those denominationi of TA GUM OK, called the CROFTS & BALISKEEN, con Statute Acuta. whole of thia ground very superior 5, quality, there are about 140 acres of now in the possession of the Proprietor, which has been for pasture until March next, the re
2 August 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland