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CARD. MR. WILLIAM VV. BARNETT, ha»in* been admitted Member ef the ROYAL COLLEGE of SURGEONS, Edinburgh, also Member of the

CARD. MR. WILLIAM VV. BARNETT, ha»in* been admitted Member ef the ROYAL COLLEGE of SURGEONS, Edinburgh, also Member of the

Hunterian and Pbysico-Medical Societies, assistant t& Dr. Thatcher in the Hospital far the Cure of Women and Children, and Pupil of in his Hospital for the Treatment of Diseases oi the akin and Eyes, will feel obliged to those who may honour him with a call. No. 130, HIGH-STREET
7 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARD. FEMALE, who has been very successful in the Education of Young Persons, is disengaged, and wishes for a SITUATION

CARD. FEMALE, who has been very successful in the Education of Young Persons, is disengaged, and wishes for a SITUATION

either COMPANION to LU)Y, or PREPARATORY GOVERNESS in a regular FAMILY. She belongs to the and can have the best Testimonials as to character,^hnilies, and disposition, from Families of the highest which she has been engaged.—Letters (post to M. M. POST OFFICE, DERRY, or ARMAGH,
7 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SABBATH.—IN SIX SONNETS. {From Blackwobd’t Magazine for November.) After week of restless care and toil, How sweet unspeakably it is

SABBATH.—IN SIX SONNETS. {From Blackwobd’t Magazine for November.) After week of restless care and toil, How sweet unspeakably it is

wake, And sec, in crimson, through the lattice break The Sabbath sun’s serene and holy smile! In hallow’d quiet human stir is hush’d ; ’Twould almost seem that the external world Felt God’s command, and that the sea-wave* curl’d More blandly, making music as they rushed.— In the
5 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION-

BRITISH CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION-

London, Oct. 31.—Y««terdajr an open Quarterly General Meeting of the British Catholic Association was held at the Freemasons’ Tavern, Creat Queen-street, Witmim, Esq. in tht Chair. The Secretary, Edward Blount, Esq. read the proceedings of the last Meeting of the Committee of th
5 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW STEAM SHIR

THE NEW STEAM SHIR

CORSAIR, RICHARD GOODWIN, Commander, WILL Sail with GOODS and PASSENGERS, for LIVERPOOL, on SUNDAY next, 4th Nov. at EIGHT o’clock in the Morning, and on every following SUNDAY; and from LIVERPOOL for BELFAST, on every WEDNESDAY.
3 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTS

WANTS

£lOOO, WANTED per cent, on gooil security—Apply to SCtWART, near Saintfield, Messrs. J. \V (.I CO, Solicitors, Belfast. (852) WANTED, Onor before the Ist of Januaru next, FOREMAN RLEACHER and LOFT’S MAN. None need apply but thoae wbo cau be well recommended. J Jk Apply to THOMAS
3 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARRIVED THIS MORNING, MORGAN JELLETT, BOOKSELLER, BELFAST AND ARMAGH, SIR WALTER SCOTT’S NEW NOVEL, Chronicles of the Canouijate," TWO VOLUMES,

ARRIVED THIS MORNING, MORGAN JELLETT, BOOKSELLER, BELFAST AND ARMAGH, SIR WALTER SCOTT’S NEW NOVEL, Chronicles of the Canouijate," TWO VOLUMES,

Containing the following Tales: THE HIGHLAND WIDOW—THE TWO DROVERS—% the SURGEON'S DAUGHTER. *** The above work having been received in quires, cannot ready for delivery in boards until this Evening. M. J. has also received the following NEW PUBLiCitfPIONS: THE MUMMY'! a Tale 2m
3 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIMERICK MARKETS, OCT. 31.

LIMERICK MARKETS, OCT. 31.

No advance in our marketa since last, although the supplies are abridged—Sulk Oats, a. 8d to'fijd per atone best dry land carriage—Wheat, la to la per atone for middling qualities of Red ; and la to Fs2jd per atone, heat milling samples of While—Barley, 9Jd to per at. for prime
1 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

The Oven* Cup" will be run for on Monday next, the Fifth Day of November. TUESDAY, Cth. Sweepstakes of Sovereigis, to which SO Sorereigns will be added by ihdsteßtMuMbr Alt Horses carrying 12 stone esch, 4 over Country double posted, rode by wbiyare Members of Sporting Clubt.’or
1 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HANDS OP JUSTICE.

HANDS OP JUSTICE.

HANDS JUSTICE. These risks are covered the ordinary rates premium, lives assured others, and from the time of the SECOND annual payment own life. MEDICAL ATTENDANCE. Parties whose lives are iusured bv the Asylum Company, by making small annual payment the Office, may obtain the a
2 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland