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THEATRK-ROYAL. This evening, Tuesday, nov. s. 1827, will be performed. Goldsmith's Comedy of SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. Sir Charles Marlow,

THEATRK-ROYAL. This evening, Tuesday, nov. s. 1827, will be performed. Goldsmith's Comedy of SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. Sir Charles Marlow,

Mr Hamerton; Hordcastle, Mr Williams ; Young Marlow, Mr Balls; Hastings, Mr Fredericks; Tony Lumpkin, Johnson; Stingo, Mr Cunningham yit— Hardcastle, Miss S Booth; Mrs Hardcastle, Mrs M'Cullocb; Miss Neville, Miss ttae. National Pas dc Deux by Miss H. Lacy and Miss Garbois. To c
6 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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THOMAS DAN

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1 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

On To««day Lord Auckland the Hibrrn' tel. Waterford, hit way fro® Klllaroey to *’ The Marquie Well„k j, , l.ondon Morrting Pott, Mr. Shadtrell i, u, tie new Enyli.h Vlee-Chandi It aaid that Lord Aylmer to hare the of the 56th Regiment, recant by the death of Murray. * »> It repo
2 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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fft GnnifiUUUn Robin stopped, half embarrassed, half laughing, and signing to those around that only complied with the old woman to soothe her humour. the meantime, she traced around, with wavering steps, the propitiation, which some have thought lias been derived from the Uruidi
1 November 1827 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
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the floor, with as much ease as boy bowls down nine pin. A riuif, a ring;!” was now shouted, until the hard rafters, and the hams that hung them, trembled again, and the very platters the innk clattered against each other. Well dune, Harry,”— “Give it him home, Harry.” Take care
1 November 1827 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
NEW CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

NEW CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

The Association met Saturday; Sir Thomas Esfenmde iu the ('hair. The secretary read several letters, enclosing subscriptions to the New Catholic Rent. Tlic Rev. Air. L’Estrange reported from the burial ground committee. They had apjxiiiited Tuesday to meet on. A numerous attenda
1 November 1827 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
PRICK IPISH STOCKS ON ATI' li B .uk St C*him»K, :i |»»T cent Di 11.., K...1u.vi1. St'n k, ri*iit i*

PRICK IPISH STOCKS ON ATI' li B .uk St C*him»K, :i |»»T cent Di 11.., K...1u.vi1. St'n k, ri*iit i*

l ; l 1 1 : S'.. j>pr.-piir. , Of-’."'. 2'l. Koy.vl ( ~iml StVk (iran.l ('ati.il Six ppr cent com.mucrai.oor:u!'.ii cork _ \v. nuvi:mhi::i (i. TIHS DAY’S MAIL. W,- |t P■ t.MVO.I sine :.l,t ItubiilMti >tl tlic , ,ivc l.'iiulun Journals Thurs lay, Friday, an.l **• tar,lav. »it!i .
6 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN COMMISSION.

DUBLIN COMMISSION.

Nov. I,—'[’ho Commission opened yesterday. The presiding Judges wore, iJarun Smith and^ Mr. Justice Bin ion*. Tin; king thk prosecution of dean grady V. EI.IZABITH HELEN GRADY, AND OTHERS. Mr. I. the Agent for the prosecution, informed the Court, that the traversers at the late
3 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK SATURDAY. NOVKMItKR :i. Tills AIAIC. The London Mail Wednesday, due this morning, did not arrive ’till hali-past tour o’clock

CORK SATURDAY. NOVKMItKR :i. Tills AIAIC. The London Mail Wednesday, due this morning, did not arrive ’till hali-past tour o’clock

this evening, and, ot* course, avc delayed our publication to admit its contents into our colnnms.
3 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET, FURNISHED,

TO BE LET, FURNISHED,

rpHE House, No. 3, UPPER TEMPLE-STREEI. I adjoining Gardiner’s-place, and in the immediate vicinity of Mountjoy and Rutland-squares. The Furniture is new and fashionable ; the House has been recently papered ond painted, and is fit for the immediate occupation of a family. It co
3 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland