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MALAHIDE OYSTERS.

MALAHIDE OYSTERS.

WILLIAM SMYTH he«a leave return hie most graMdil thanks to bit Friends and the Public for kind support which he has received during the last six jmt, since he became Proprietor the ManEiDi Oyster Ume, and amatm ♦*“■«" that long as he continues Proprieur itdsal be hie rimwtnt hav
5 October 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
at Cork fair, the »ho«r of black cattle araa ratbar Urf*.—G«r«d Milch Caw* bm«(hl taicraU* fair priaa*, •na Caw batrinf

at Cork fair, the »ho«r of black cattle araa ratbar Urf*.—G«r«d Milch Caw* bm«(hl taicraU* fair priaa*, •na Caw batrinf

fetched bi(b aa I*l., Httla daaa ia dry atveb. The abaW af haraea waa InferUr. i The mootMy pi* fair Cloaoßel hold Taoaday, piiiaanni aery' Urea aappiy. bat few tales Sear* Bade, tba •waara geoarally ebaaaln* to bald aaer tbair piga. than dlapanaf at tba priaea affarad.—Fraai 30
5 October 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MORNING REGISTER

THE MORNING REGISTER

APPEMMNCE OF MR. KEAN.JUN. Pn-BY I.ANE —whlrh. •» »* . tbc " . ca ik« •*- •f tb. w« .-rty !. lb. <a«t ita caaaeny* M ••'“'■A __ •> witncK* th« *f Mr. Kean. jun. A »«•« *.^ (An arowib, ne»er f«u»d !•> wU* » • f£ fee***** U.b»r.nt . h** when oninTaallf K.T.IUd.N-WM.der, -w— Ae ft*
5 October 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CIVIL APPOINTMENTS.

CIVIL APPOINTMENTS.

The following Gentlemen htvc been elected for the ensuing year : Cons.—Thomas Dunscombe, Esq.. Mayor; Osborne. Savage, and Evans, Sheriffs; Michael U. Westropp, Esq.. Water Bailiff. LiMEßica.—Thomas Jerris, Esq., Major; John Piercy and Edmond Morony, junior, Esqrs., Sheriffs; Ca
5 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lodgings.

lodgings.

furnished LODGINGS. TO Let, a furnished Parlour and Bed-chamber, Coal Vault, use of Kitchen, and "^• n e . f " Servant in private House the neighbourhood of Dame-street Grafton.streetA Person habits, would find the accommodation much his satis- at the Office Saunders's News-Lett
5 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HAY AND WHEAT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, TUESDAY, 9ih OCTOBER, 1827. At Ballygurlha, near Summer-hill, County Meath, The Property

HAY AND WHEAT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, TUESDAY, 9ih OCTOBER, 1827. At Ballygurlha, near Summer-hill, County Meath, The Property

of the late Mr. John Cooper, THREE Hundred and Fifty Cock, of choice Upland well-saved Hay, and Sixty-three Sucks of Wheat, ,U of which will Sold without reurve, and convenif.li lots suit purchasers. Terms Cash. Sale to commence at twelve o’clock precisely. JOHN LITTLEDALE. Auct
5 October 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, FRIDAY EVEXING, OCTOBER 5,

DUBLIN, FRIDAY EVEXING, OCTOBER 5,

IN ANI) BOTTLE." Jli ntlr Bml SON ' bav i"S removed from fn(jthe City-,|uay^rew« C7Y-u 7 - Y '. adj °i°- va r' , u l ,? consisting of S C ''°' c se ' ect "> n of Wiues in Wood RED PORT, TEXFRIFFK SALTERN, 49, Month, 8^ R ONTIGNAC, Ac. he S .K r " J Winc VaulM - No. 1.1, South Co
5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
or LET, furnished, for such term may agreed upon, the House and Demesne KILOU.XDE, situated in the most delightful part

or LET, furnished, for such term may agreed upon, the House and Demesne KILOU.XDE, situated in the most delightful part

the County, within mile and a-half and Hi of Dublin. The House fit for the reception a large family, and has every necessary Out-office attached, with a remarkably fine walled full heariug. The Demesne consists of about fifty acres very superior Laud, which, with the House, has
5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY,

STATE OF THE COUNTRY,

Kuril whs right. We <lo live "in .■unci of pecnliur ,>crit tin I difficulty." Our rentier* cannot have forgotten il t murder of lite Mr. Crnitma, in the County ol' Tipperarv, principal crime Mac that being Protestant; can it have escaped their memory that (.nice, who was subsequ
5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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5 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland