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THE MARKETS,

THE MARKETS,

Waierford, Oct. 10.—Corn continues to come in abundantly ; had large supply yesterday »( wheat and oats, but barley is not so plenty as tre would expect at this season ; wheat, 18s to per barrel; bhrley, 10s to 14s ; oats, 10a to generally, 10a 9d for very prime. Flour .teds (ne
10 October 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
i ODD FJXCIES. I SUPPOSITIOUS LIBEL CASE. Supposing some jockey—a regular scamp, sharp front the stable, like all of that

i ODD FJXCIES. I SUPPOSITIOUS LIBEL CASE. Supposing some jockey—a regular scamp, sharp front the stable, like all of that

stamp " Bang to the mark"— the wink and the lew, A true " knoiving core," skilled the " Johnnies to queer'*— Supposing such fellow, in a race, Should happen chance to get into disgrace, And the press, thereupon, tell how then and how there Folks were found assert, that cheat Was
10 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIAN ARMY.

INDIAN ARMY.

HEAD -QUARTERS, CALCUTTA, IsT MARCH, 1827. At European General Court Martial assembled at Fort William, Friday the of February, which Lieut.-Colonel Commandant 65th Regiment Native Infantry, is President; Assistant Surgeon Whitfield Greenwell, of the Honorable Company's cal Serv
10 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PATENT WAXED WICK CANDLES. I:)HN CLIFFORD, No. 33, l) I) !JLiN, (between Mary-street and Abbey street,) h.,\'eri»a< and superior improved

PATENT WAXED WICK CANDLES. I:)HN CLIFFORD, No. 33, l) I) !JLiN, (between Mary-street and Abbey street,) h.,\'eri»a< and superior improved

Patent Waxeclr:c MJUM andle Manufacturer, respectfully calls the l»v-Via of his numerous Friends and Customers to a large r.- Stock his much esteemed Patent Waxed-wick, "U'N for beauty, durability, and clearness light in boxes 6, 12, 18, 24, .10, 36, 42, if, ami each; always rea
22 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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22 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIE MOLYNEUX ASYLUM FOR BLIND FEMALES. The TRUSTEES of this INSTITUTION hereby give Notice pursuant to the terms of their

TIIE MOLYNEUX ASYLUM FOR BLIND FEMALES. The TRUSTEES of this INSTITUTION hereby give Notice pursuant to the terms of their

TnMJDced. that thevw.il bold ELECTION in their BOARD-ROOM, PET ERSTREETon FRIDAY, «he day of NOVEMBER next, to fill the Situation of DOMESTIC APLAIN ""tie Institution, vacant the resignation of the Rev. ROBERT COLI.IS A.B. Proposals in writing, be directed to the Secretary, WILL
24 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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24 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMISSIONERS NINTH RP'PO.KNO" I" > OF FL . I( , | [Wc pave tins R [ r that which has

COMMISSIONERS NINTH RP'PO.KNO" I" > OF FL . I( , | [Wc pave tins R [ r that which has

pre- Thc superiority ol «' I , mater ial, and ceded it, arises t or skill of the imp rove rue ~ h he never perverse, men. artist." h, M v;lUm |,l, sUiggir'b J| )a llt ami compelled the Comu.Cof X opinions the Archbishops of wer ~m their other sources of for- not even the sedativ
24 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LINEN BOARD.

LINEN BOARD.

rXUI.AMTE GRAND CANAL LOAN DEBENTURES, rP,OM HIGH BRITISH CURRENCY. IflltKl TORS THE GRAND CANAL COMorder carry into effect certain Resolutions, i General Meeting of the Company, held the »'!. I'IV. March pive notice, that they will, and :i the 11th day OCTOBER inst., ••3'iv i-i
12 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRISTOL, with Passengers only. The New Steam Packet GEORGE IV., GEORGE BAILEY, Commander, sails from the Custom-house quay, Dublin, direct

BRISTOL, with Passengers only. The New Steam Packet GEORGE IV., GEORGE BAILEY, Commander, sails from the Custom-house quay, Dublin, direct

for Bristol, EVERY SATURDAY. This beautiful Vessel is built the most improved principle, cannot be excelled either iu expedition or safety; her accommodations are arranged large airy Cabins, fitted the most elegant and convenient manner. Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin.
12 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland