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! \'{< I i r, i »■' .IP ESS GEORGE MOORE, ESQ. M.P. v S|M ' . Cuti.pus. Papb»- I\TE,

! \'{< I i r, i »■' .IP ESS GEORGE MOORE, ESQ. M.P. v S|M ' . Cuti.pus. Papb»- I\TE,

the fj. Guild of St. the sTAiNRSS.and .VtArio . cimvift j. tl,at the KvaußcM, Dublin, ""P"".. ,re best maintained l.y its welfare nod honor mir ■ „ hineilt the fee and e hlt | lt live, and detcruiii.a-happy Cousutul.u.' a. j i, inviolate, feel lwn,-a< far ! ,-ly declare the high
17 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REFORMATION SOCIET* MEETING FROM Tit BPKCIAI, REPORTER "MR RVKNINU MAIL A wax held yesterday for the of establishing a Society

REFORMATION SOCIET* MEETING FROM Tit BPKCIAI, REPORTER "MR RVKNINU MAIL A wax held yesterday for the of establishing a Society

in that tnwi, having for it* object the furtherance of the Reformation ahich uow in general progress throughout I retain. Great anxiety wax evinced all classes of persons tin neighbourhood, with respect the result of the Meeting, it was known that extensive influence had used wi
19 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY ARMAGH.—To be LET, from the of November next, for such term may agreed on, that aslanaivt Concern, adjoining the

CITY ARMAGH.—To be LET, from the of November next, for such term may agreed on, that aslanaivt Concern, adjoining the

Post-Office, containing in from, in Dobbia-atreet, ISO feat ; and in Scotch-street, 30 feet-—Tha House was originally built for an Inn, but may altered to suit any other purpose. It ie situate in front of the Tarn Hall, and within faw yardt of the Linen Market, and possvases man
18 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO LORD LANSDOJVNE, LETTER LV. the ejected tenantry. I.okd —It was to be expected that we should incur a little

TO LORD LANSDOJVNE, LETTER LV. the ejected tenantry. I.okd —It was to be expected that we should incur a little

obloquy, on the part of certain Landlords r course we have taken on the subject of the Ejected Tenantry—but we are glad to assure vour Lordship, that, all things considered, we have "e-caped tolerably well. Nay, we have received some praise for the manner in which we have laid ,
18 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
min. IS MT. upon th« meridian of d«(. E. OrMn-Ich • to attain which, and bla party had traffrwd but

min. IS MT. upon th« meridian of d«(. E. OrMn-Ich • to attain which, and bla party had traffrwd but

taking into aecuunl tha numbar of tlmaa th.r had rrturii for tbs and baggage in the courw «f juuinrr uv,i tb« Ice, coDccijiieiiccol and »urU<c compulation their actual travelling up thia p.iint j,' gaograpblcal or tidß itatule miln. the Ire h». bee,, „i nature i.iilit i|*.Ufd. t
18 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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GALWAY.—To be SOLD, the following valuable well circumstanced ESTATES, in Fee Simple, containing very old Surveys, 1816 A. 1 R.

GALWAY.—To be SOLD, the following valuable well circumstanced ESTATES, in Fee Simple, containing very old Surveys, 1816 A. 1 R.

32P. Irish Plantation Measure, producing at present the small rent of ,81191. 10s, per annum, viz. Kilroe Estate, in the Barony of Clare, within two miles Hcadford, eight of Tuam, and II of Galway, (only by water), beautifully situate in a ring fence, on the Banks of Lough Corri
20 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH AT KIKLIS'EY

CHURCH AT KIKLIS'EY

EvEX,VC the first Journal call public attention the mantle* inconvenience felt by the Protestant population of tins extensive district ti.e want of a place for the celebration of Divine worship. That call met with immediate attention, and His Grace the Aeon • maun? DUBLIN, ever
15 October 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUANTITYandPRICES of CORN Mid in tbe M.rilmi Counties of England and Wales, which govern Impor taiion, fur the Week ended

QUANTITYandPRICES of CORN Mid in tbe M.rilmi Counties of England and Wales, which govern Impor taiion, fur the Week ended

Sarr. 28, pet Imperia Quarter. WHEAT* BAKLKT. Qrt.,,, Average 501 d,,,, Price, *. <l. London 5678...58 9 Eucz 4202...57 10 Kent 1231...57 4 5utwz381...57 2 5uf1b1k....... 4479,.,55 8 Cambridgesh. 5661...54 11 Norfolk 8184...55 6 Lincolnshire. 3584...47 10 Yorkshire.... 3374...51
15 October 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF OLIVER, THE SPY.

DEATH OF OLIVER, THE SPY.

Cape of Good Hope, Aug. 6.—“ Oliver,” the late notorious London spy, known here as ** Wm. Jones,” late Surveyor Government Works, &c. is dead. Just prior to the arrival of Sir Rufane Donkin’s books, he had, it is said, been undergoing a most rigid scrutiny relative to some heavy
17 October 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BAtLINASLOE ROBBERY.

THE BAtLINASLOE ROBBERY.

Mr. James Sheridan appeared at the office* for the purpose of indentitying certain Post bills* robbed from him at the late Fair of Ballinasloe, as already reported in our Paper. Mr. Sheridan not having any particular mark of his own on the notes be had lost, was merely able to s
20 October 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland