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LIVERPOOL PHIC3 CURRENT Auo. M.

LIVERPOOL PHIC3 CURRENT Auo. M.

SUGAR, &c.—Tbcrwbqp been very little dvmsnd for B. P. Sugar, end the sties d<f trot reach hhds, at a reduc- tion of Is. in scale quantities. Ihe Brasil Sugar offered auction, was not sold, a. *32s. has been given for lIS hhds, and Molasses. Pimento has again advanced, been given
13 August 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Uorsel-strccl. August, 1827

Uorsel-strccl. August, 1827

27 August 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Hi»*rtAanßanlL.„. Provincial Bank.... National In*ur Patriotic. Boya Mini'

Hi»*rtAanßanlL.„. Provincial Bank.... National In*ur Patriotic. Boya Mini'

P*ATE PUBLIC AFFAIRS—AGITA- IN THE MONEY MARKET. Since Monday last, there has been decline of nearly three per cent, in Consol?. India Bonds, Exchequer Bills and the Foreign Funds have ex perienced a similar depression. The several letters which have been received from London de
27 August 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Aey show must fill the Capitalists with apfrehep/on. They not in fact know when the -tide Will turn, and hence

Aey show must fill the Capitalists with apfrehep/on. They not in fact know when the -tide Will turn, and hence

the disposition to contract their operations. The Bank of England too must be paiticularly anxious on this score, and experience from the year 1825, they will not wait for she actual exportation of gold before they limit their discounts. We think, indeed, that this establishment
27 August 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HEAD POLICE OFFICE

HEAD POLICE OFFICE

Tuculay, Ihri* rakish-louking pcrsonagei, namely Faddy Kelly, Bridget (his wife), and Terence O’Flyn, the latter a Kerryjnan, but apparently as if ha had been last on Palmerstown-green, ushered themselves, sons ceremotiie, into the Board-room befotethe Bench, all prepared to swe
27 August 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/i trU^L-u^ JO/ PRICE SIX PENCE.

/i trU^L-u^ JO/ PRICE SIX PENCE.

caused all this !—but for the discretion of those in command of the army and the police, a scene more horrible have been exhibited. But for their discretion, and who, in such circomstances can answer for the controul of his feelings the town might have floated in the blood its i
22 August 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION OF ALL THE MODERN zzousszzou) CHINA. * CUT AVD PLAIN GLASS, WINES, &.C. &.c. AT THE RESIDENCE OF MR.

AUCTION OF ALL THE MODERN zzousszzou) CHINA. * CUT AVD PLAIN GLASS, WINES, &.C. &.c. AT THE RESIDENCE OF MR.

TURNER, OX THE NEW QUAY, CLONMEL. ON WEDNESDAY, the 29tl> of AUGUST, a.d following days, will be submitted for sale, choice collection of New and Fashionable Rose Wood and Mahogany Furniture of the best London make, imported within the last two years, and the greater part never
22 August 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, 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
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The company of the 65th which, in this e*rrimo, succeeds that of the 58th, {tist remored to Kilkenny, commanded by Captain Thornhill and Lieutenant Whittaker. The discipline and good conduct the 58th, while here, reflect the highest crtedit on their gentlemanly and esteemed offi
21 August 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland