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COUNIIhS AM) DONEGAL. BE SOLD, the ESTATES the late Sir JAMES Bart., situated the above Counties. The Estates are held

COUNIIhS AM) DONEGAL. BE SOLD, the ESTATES the late Sir JAMES Bart., situated the above Counties. The Estates are held

Lease, under the See Upon the rotate. there an excellent Mansion- House suited large Family—a 147 Acres, highly improved and planted ; good Gardens and extensive Offices. ADo, the HOUSE, No. 42, North Great George's-street, Dublin. Application to he made CIIARI.ES GEORGE STANHOP
5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISS ■ -J—J 1 if' BDVcmoy I.SUUIRY. ~^d S* u e i' ' uieo da ->=' ' cOLLm:* op may

MISS ■ -J—J 1 if' BDVcmoy I.SUUIRY. ~^d S* u e i' ' uieo da ->=' ' cOLLm:* op may

sooth. which had l>eeuV " f t,ie buildi Und. ; millv ,iie luiWU,l " n ' w ' "ano'U'd tha clerical * Wtfr,: 1 "" the U hid I". u |,iui, »urh |ier»m* appeared most Lkelv huililii. ■ l ir the nature ami system of the gle. contaimn- a s ' ,ie3 of quail.an- V U, 'u th ", ere f , lect
5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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1 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENTATION OF TI!E COLOURS TO TIIF. ROYAL MARINES.

PRESENTATION OF TI!E COLOURS TO TIIF. ROYAL MARINES.

PRESENTATION OF TI!E COLOURS TIIF. ROYAL MARINES. This morniug the division of the Royal Marines under Colonel Savage, formed in their Barracks, and, with the baud at their head, marched into the Lines, about ten o'clock, where they were shortly afterwards joined by a brigade of
1 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY ME ATI J. TO P»E LET for such term may agreed on, from first day of November next, the

COUNTY ME ATI J. TO P»E LET for such term may agreed on, from first day of November next, the

House and Demesne of ADAMS TOWN. The Demesne contains about one hundred and seventy Acres, is well planted ; is situated within 2 miles Trim about from Dublin. lease for ever can given, and if the person who takes the place wishes fine down the rent, can be clone. All further pa
3 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY WEBTMEATH. TO SOLD the Fee and Inheritance of the Rectorial Impropriate Vicarial and Small Tythes of Miliar* and Garre,

COUNTY WEBTMEATH. TO SOLD the Fee and Inheritance of the Rectorial Impropriate Vicarial and Small Tythes of Miliar* and Garre,

the Baronv of Ratbcoudra, in the County of Westmeaih, yielding at present, as settled under the Tithe Composition Act, 2*lol. yearly. , Application to made to and proposals received Mr. JOHN MILLS, 12, Gloucester street, Dublin, in whose hands the title deeds are. authorised to
3 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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3 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Thursday, Major-General Sir Charles Doyle who has been for some time presiding at the Court Martial in Cork arrived in Limerick, and Friday inspected the 32d Regiment, commanded the lion. Colonel Maitlaud. Next the Regiment will detach to relieve the 37th in country quarters. Th
3 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NO. 22,511 HOLYHEAD HAIL. AKaiTBD 2 LONDON, SEPTEMBER 29. A Cabinet Council was held yesterday afternoon at the Foreign Office,

NO. 22,511 HOLYHEAD HAIL. AKaiTBD 2 LONDON, SEPTEMBER 29. A Cabinet Council was held yesterday afternoon at the Foreign Office,

Downing street. The Ministers present were, the Lord Chancellor, Viscount Goderich, the Marquis of Lansdowne, the Marquis of Anglesea, the Earl of Dudley, Viscount Palmerston, Lord Bexley, Mr. Huskisson, Mr. Wynn, Mr. Sturges Bourne, Mr. Charles Grant, and Mr. Tierney. The Minis
2 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LORD MAYOR’S DAY.

THE LORD MAYOR’S DAY.

Tfcsterday, the official career of Alderman Tyndall having closed, preparations on a most extended scale were made at the Mansion House for the reception ot the various Members of the by our excellent and esteemed fellow citizen Alderman Nugent, Lord Mayor elect. The Lord Lieute
2 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland