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RIBU. MKETINC VS In our list th Uter frum the Key. lh K , \- a t„ tl,e the '

RIBU. MKETINC VS In our list th Uter frum the Key. lh K , \- a t„ tl,e the '

of i'S, ami which appeared in recent V S,A - l,c l««a«;e in that R "" tv^- seemed hate taken offence * "* imputation aiust the Prfesti ' , tuwe ' l «■} ■■( ijiorant) and all, uf , . ' n? r ' ,l »•„ ;«"«of a brogue. The Letter way of had not ce tai.,l, ' l it, other merits may ou
5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EX PER I MENTAL SyfAIJUoN

EX PER I MENTAL SyfAIJUoN

EX PER MENTAL The Experimental Squadron was prevented hcarv S. W. squalls from proceeding tlieir third cruise until Tuesday morning:, when they put to sea, to return to their former station ofl'Scilly, against a strong headwind. At about half-past nine o'clock that night accident
5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTIONS REGARDING FLANNEL.

NOTIONS REGARDING FLANNEL.

(From the Oracle Health .) A< winter is approaching rapidly, cannot do belter than jive our readers a few bints respecting the use of this most essential part of clothing, especially as there are some few popular prejudices and errors in its use, which, for the sake of cleanline
5 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES FOR SALE. At Bennett’s Coacb Factory, No. 8. Aung.er street, new fashionable Chariot, with spnng carnage, behind. Two

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES FOR SALE. At Bennett’s Coacb Factory, No. 8. Aung.er street, new fashionable Chariot, with spnng carnage, behind. Two

new Barouches. t.^ Ouln™. rf
5 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRISTOL.

BRISTOL.

THE NEW STEAM PACKET, GEORG IV. tAPTAIK G*OHGE BAILEY, WILL S*il f»«"t t** * Qn«v. Dublin, direct for Bristol, on TO-MORROW, Ofeoter** A Btewed attends the Ladies’ Cabin provided on Board • CvrfafM aad flones carefully Shipped, and Paaaeß. *.—l. Dublin Vrkto), free ftf any e*i>e
5 October 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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5 October 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

This Theatre opened for the season night, with the Tragedy of Douglas, in order to give Mr. Kean, jun. opportunity appearing in the character of Korvel. Tbi* character is a favourite one with most very young debutants, as it requires little-study, and enable* them at a small exp
5 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MALAHIDE OYSTERS.

MALAHIDE OYSTERS.

WILLIAM SMYTH, BEGS leave to return hit most grateful thanks to his Friend* and the Public for the kind support which be haa received during the laat nix years, since became Proprietor of the Malahide Oyster Beds, and assures them, that as long as be continues Proprietor, it sha
5 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
horses. to BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Dycer*. Repository. StephenVgreen, without t reserve. On SATURDAY NEXT, at Three o Clock.

horses. to BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Dycer*. Repository. StephenVgreen, without t reserve. On SATURDAY NEXT, at Three o Clock.

A Brown Hoise, si* years old, all sound, draws in A- single or double harness, the property of an officer leaving the country. JAMES WHYTE . AucUoneer. King’s duty to be paidjry the purchaser.
5 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISENGAGED, a SCHOOL MASTER and MISTRESS, his Wife, who have several years conducted two respectable Schools; the last ERASMUS SMITH'S

DISENGAGED, a SCHOOL MASTER and MISTRESS, his Wife, who have several years conducted two respectable Schools; the last ERASMUS SMITH'S

foundation. The Master teaches English grammatically, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Geogruphy, and the Globes, &c. 4kc. The .Mistress is competent instruct Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, and Geography; also, plain and ornameutal Needle Work. The Advertisers
5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland