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24 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Situation, Dry Nurse s * * M-'id, young Woman, the Established hurch, 'l'tderst.imL the care, of a child its birth;

Situation, Dry Nurse s * * M-'id, young Woman, the Established hurch, 'l'tderst.imL the care, of a child its birth;

has : '1 the most respectable families, would take the care of children, would make herself useful lady, "i|ii rngtgv with elderly lady, work well her v dU*. and make small linen perfectly well; can he l-i for either of the above situations, has r,j incumbrance, nor any objectio
22 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, MONDAY, AUGUST 27. THE CABINET. That the present Administration could not stand was a fact self-evident, that none save

DUBLIN, MONDAY, AUGUST 27. THE CABINET. That the present Administration could not stand was a fact self-evident, that none save

those who wilfully deceived themselves, or sought for their own bad purposes to deceive others, could for a moment question it. tergiversation of the London Press, now that lie who ■.ton[Til barter with its conductors more, presents extraordinary feature, only the annals of lite
27 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM TIIE COURIER OF FRIDAY.

FROM TIIE COURIER OF FRIDAY.

FROM COURIER FRIDAY. We yesterday replied insidious article T.ie Tunes. have today, notice one equally insidious, and. in spirit, much more flagitious, The Morning Chronicle. This paper, calumnies of another journal, notol us, a the records our Courts Law can prove, lor its libel
27 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THK KING.

THK KING.

KING. WINDSOR, —Yesterday afternoon, at a quarter before eight o'clock, the King, accompanied . by the Lord "Steward his travelling carriage, arrived at the Royal Lodge from St. Palace. his Majesty's arrival dinner was immediately served up, which partook with a good appetite, ha
27 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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r* / O Ikf 1 ' ; ii i'l* m. y ■. THE DUKE WELLINGTON. | FROM Tllli' ST. JAMLS'H

r* / O Ikf 1 ' ; ii i'l* m. y ■. THE DUKE WELLINGTON. | FROM Tllli' ST. JAMLS'H

CHR&NICLE'. The Duke of Wellington lias yielded to the rejieuteil and «r salii nations of the King, to . tak <=' h of the army. need scarcely explained that, this step on the part bis Grace does not, .in-the slightest degree, pledge him support the.present ministry. His Roval Hi
24 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
APOTHECARY PROFESSION

APOTHECARY PROFESSION

WANTED, an APPRENTICE to the above Profession, in an Old Established House, who will lreated*as.one of the Family, with other advantages. Apply, letter, R., Apothecary, Mr. I'anKt's, 54, Grafton-slrect. Time will be given for ibe entire Foe, ©r part.
23 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
C'tOS. of GALWAY and LIMERICK TO be LET, from tine first of Noveinlier next, for such term and in such

C'tOS. of GALWAY and LIMERICK TO be LET, from tine first of Noveinlier next, for such term and in such

divisions may agreed on, the following Lands, part of the Estate of W- C. D. Nesritt, Esq. Lot 1. Ail that and those the Lands of Allure, Rahecns, Caheriestrahcn, Kilvohan, and Kildavin, containing about one three hundred and forty-two statute Acres of excellent Arable, Pasture,
23 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FEIN AIGM Li A N IN SI I TUT lON,

FEIN AIGM Li A N IN SI I TUT lON,

FEIN AIGM Li A N SI TUT lON, UXRMBOURG. WANTED, a MASTER, qualified to instruct in ENGLISH HEADING, LETTER WRITING, ORATORY, and the BELLES LETTRES- Situation having been heretofore ttiled Natives England, Englishman would preferred. Application to made the Rev. Dr. Muwkiworih, H
28 August 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland