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WEXFORD ASSIZES—Jrr v 31.

WEXFORD ASSIZES—Jrr v 31.

Yesterday the Assises for tbs County of Wexford com. menccd. About half-past two o'clock, the Honourable iron Penncfathcr look hit seat on the Bench. Proclamation was then made, the p,„ n ,l ht , in . been called erer, the Gentlemen were .worn on the Grand Jury. After which, th«
4 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. MICHAEL AND ST. JOHN’S CHARITY SCHOOLS. Governors of these Institutions beg leave to return their graieful acknowk’JgmenU (o the

ST. MICHAEL AND ST. JOHN’S CHARITY SCHOOLS. Governors of these Institutions beg leave to return their graieful acknowk’JgmenU (o the

benevolent persons who to liberally contributed at the late* Charily Sermons in behalf of the numerous Poor Children belonging to these Schools, the mud af including the following donations Per Re?. Mr. Yore: A Friend ... CiU 0 0 Lady 10 0 0 Ditto ... He? Mr Canavan 2 0 G Fitzpa
14 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOL.

WOOL.

OWEN RYAN returns bis sincere acknowlegements to the Nobility and Gentry who have hitherto favoured him. with the consignment of their Wools; respectfully begs assure them and his numerous Friends, that his utmost zeal shall devoted promote their interest particular attention th
11 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CHANCKRY In the Matter of JJURSL'ANT to an Order Bo>d, Esq h* >h *la»i»*f. in- Lunatic. date the 6<b

IN CHANCKRY In the Matter of JJURSL'ANT to an Order Bo>d, Esq h* >h *la»i»*f. in- Lunatic. date the 6<b

day of June I on Thursday, (It* I9lh (i«y July next, at OneoXlotk the afte.noon, at b.t on the ]unt-qu«y, Dublin, tel up and Let the and fairest bidder orbiddert, for tev?n from l»t day of August next, pemiii'g the Lunacy the t-a»d Lunatic, and provided shall long live, for such
11 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMAGH ASSIZES.

ARMAGH ASSIZES.

ALTAR BURNING AT TARTARRAGHAN. and Daniel Rob-'rl inter, Thomas and John TI torn, Alexander and nr/ John Clifford, John Henderson, John Reavey, William and Samuel Sergeant, Hugh and James Gardner, Charles and Hynds were called, and having answered to their names were placed in f
11 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Jn the different propositions m»de to the Sublime Porte. The theatre are well attended. I illiurv arising from the war,

Jn the different propositions m»de to the Sublime Porte. The theatre are well attended. I illiurv arising from the war,

too, has only been felt the Forte hold, horses, &c., arrived on the , .{orj it i»known tu all the world, that European navigation Sir Herbert Taylar arrived in too y . . lure never been interrupted by this elate ol things, which, tar atteiidine the St hie lloyal Looge, 111 " fro
7 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
%\)Z Dublin post.

%\)Z Dublin post.

Dublin post. 7IEaDA V, AUDI Momday.. Tuesday Wctoti. Tkr»day fria.ty Sari,: fay SankSt'vk -r* u Ct-On^w. •>o Do. Kri'.ucrd lov. '>*), StorK, SH'.CL... 00. New ♦ ptX..., lUli ‘3. Cana IL. ♦ p.Ct... •)o. do. | Ct-... —~ *C4 ' . .= . 10U} ; RoYal Canal The most interesting piece of
7 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IntclUgejur. TYRONE ASSIZES , —KILLING policeman. JuA.i M'Uuujhii.i, Francis Fell*, I**? iudic.ed for tile murder of T,iI«S-K>okv, police constable, at

IntclUgejur. TYRONE ASSIZES , —KILLING policeman. JuA.i M'Uuujhii.i, Francis Fell*, I**? iudic.ed for tile murder of T,iI«S-K>okv, police constable, at

Dromore, the ht taFitzlferaid exanune.l-ls sergeant of police; •" M'Kinlay ;he is dead; was in the fair ol the Ist August; saw J. Vandell arrest Droinorc on . ft cr Vandell; met a man Tj .mesVorarii at the head of number me.l James . or J M‘Urath and the men T ; « S would stop a
23 August 1827 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
NORTHERN CIRCUIT—YORK, Monday Night.

NORTHERN CIRCUIT—YORK, Monday Night.

THp«> are 36 prinonfT" in calendar. The only that eactl** any la that "f John Galth, thaoary, and Gaorga tlarhaon. for th« two lllagltlmala pbildroD, admintaurlnj to them certain poiaonoua ■druga. BIGAMY. Win. Smith, •*»<! So, f«t h«»lnj Moniimaly intcrmarriad with un« Mary Pull
4 August 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
—mro tlM'Paper* you and «m to a«t|«al«t ytm tfc»* aaiu iaeantifieot with yrtwtoei. •»< "wto tonahlt af yraoiler, toautt*Ji»« a«y<|inini

—mro tlM'Paper* you and «m to a«t|«al«t ytm tfc»* aaiu iaeantifieot with yrtwtoei. •»< "wto tonahlt af yraoiler, toautt*Ji»« a«y<|inini

to fcaaa aceM I. tka acaMala af any Public EuabliUHarut. until rt‘■artad 4n»y kf CoaaaiiMlMian Aaeetiuto. Hla E«- tfcarrfara, tea nat faai kiotef aettelaei !■ a*> rtiing to yaur wlafcra. „ | am, yaar obedient humble Servant, - henry goulbußn. « f, Mr. Michaal Malay, war Saoktßla
18 August 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland