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Till- FI NDS,

Till- FI NDS,

City, Two ..Ttm-K, —Aft>Tthf Hrtiw ( ..ii->ls iviov dom* at the Coffee Houses at 4 t» BT'i. rile first this morning was they have shire ailvanred to which is their present (iiiii'atioli, with tew transactions. L'.xeheqiier liillsarelitis to his pm. India 1 le;illsh7s iris. '| I'
1 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HYDROPHOBIA.

HYDROPHOBIA.

the Editor of the Waterford Mirror, Sir—The melancholy detail of case Hvdrool bia contained in your Paper of the 20th inst.,'ancl, |' ing as all cases in this country have done-in dtatS' suggests the inquiry—has the medicinal power t| Alisina Piantago (< treat Water Plantain) tr
1 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Woollen Drapery, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, LONDON WAISTCOATING, 4c. 4c. HENRY CUR WEN & CO. No. 4, COLLEGE-GKEEN. BEG to direct the

Woollen Drapery, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, LONDON WAISTCOATING, 4c. 4c. HENRY CUR WEN & CO. No. 4, COLLEGE-GKEEN. BEG to direct the

attention of the Nobility. Gentry, their Friends and the Public, to their elegant and exensive assortment of Goeds, in the above line, winch they have just received, and which has been personally selected from those houses in England most eminent for their respective manufacture
1 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KIMMAGE HOUSE AND DEMESNE.

KIMMAGE HOUSE AND DEMESNE.

TO BE LET, With Fine, or the Interest in he Lease Solo, THE House and Demesne of KIMMAGE, the residence of the late Alderman Exshaw, containing, u. the whole, 31 Acres and 1 Rood, part of which is held by Lease for ever, and part for Lives renewable for ever. The entire subject
1 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD, A Well-secured Profit Rent of 241. 2s. fid. per annum, payable out of a House and Premises

TO BE SOLD, A Well-secured Profit Rent of 241. 2s. fid. per annum, payable out of a House and Premises

in the City Dublin, for a term of 900 years, subject the small Ground Rent of 41. 12s. For particulars apply Robert Courtenay, No. 37, Bishop-street. . ,
1 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EVENING TIDE—Nov. 3.

EVENING TIDE—Nov. 3.

ARRIVED FROM Mona, steamer, goods and passengers, Liverpool SAILED FOR Kve Friends, Thompson, .grain, ••• London Wm. Punn, Hughes, do. Portsmouth Isabella, Blaeklock, goods. Robert and Jean, Blair, do. ••• •• Glasgow MORNING TlDE— November 4. ARRIVED FROM John, Adair, wine, ; Wi
5 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
‘TEVER HOSPITAL ANT) HOUSE RECOVERY, CORK-STREET. Patients in the House, since last Month 'Admitted this Month ... 400 604 Discharged

‘TEVER HOSPITAL ANT) HOUSE RECOVERY, CORK-STREET. Patients in the House, since last Month 'Admitted this Month ... 400 604 Discharged

cured, ... 406 Died, ... ... Remaining in Hospital, ... 176 JOHN HALE, Apothecary. Slst October, 1827.
5 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TTTqh water, dublin-bar. this day. ° M Ha o 12 I Raenlng. 18 12

TTTqh water, dublin-bar. this day. ° M Ha o 12 I Raenlng. 18 12

water, dublin-bar. this day. M Ha o 12 Raenlng. ilnrnine. DEATHS. , 0.1 the 2d in the prime of life. *;« ere,y jetted, Mr. David Dunn, eldest son of Mr. John D»nn, P-'l. S' »»- lu.izhby Wolstin Dmie, Bart. . v„k- V AtLyndhurst, Serenia, the wife of Samuel John Ni- C °'lvrSlrsley
6 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET BY THE YEAR,

TO BE LET BY THE YEAR,

THE Lodgings of the House, No. 2, Burgh-quay, late the Dublin Library, which are most central, commodious, and cheerful, commanding the delightful prospect of Carlisle-bridge, Sackville-street, and along the Quays. The Drawing-rooms are 29 by 19 feet, with folding doors, when op
6 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
and Daily Advertiser.

and Daily Advertiser.

PRICE FOUR PENCE army of the south, on the left bank of the Pruth. had been concentrated, and was ready to advance in three divisions. It was commanded by General Wittgenstein, and consisted of 74,000 infantry, twelve regiments of cavalry, and six pulks of Cossaeks, forming a gr
2 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland