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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The 62d Regiment has been visited, at Ennis, killen, by Sir George Murray, the Commander of the Forces, who dined with the Mess, and expressed himself highly pleased with every thing he observed at the Head-quarters, as well as at the detached stations of that fine A serious mis
8 November 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS. fioyfMSrr I9*h. 1527. BIS Ugh I Dn»f»*nn<i —C*p*iitn Ch»mh»« fr»«* half'-p«y, he Captain, »li Richard Hort, who axchanjn,

MILITARY PROMOTIONS. fioyfMSrr I9*h. 1527. BIS Ugh I Dn»f»*nn<i —C*p*iitn Ch»mh»« fr»«* half'-p«y, he Captain, »li Richard Hort, who axchanjn,

rrr*»Winc the 7th of F*»ot—Ceptein Th«me* from the half-pay, Captain, rice wal'd Potirioe, who exchanges the illtf-rence. Ditto—Geoffe Gavin. Gent., he Cornet, parche*e, vToe promote*!. Ditto—Ci«ierler*ii»tler-Serjeant Garret Meare to be Quartermaster, rice George Sidley, who re
23 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL POST-OFFICE,

GENERAL POST-OFFICE,

26//< October, 1827. THE POSTMASTERS GENERAL are ready receive Propovalu, for tlie Conreyance of Hu Majesty’s Mail", in Coaches drawn by Four Horses, carrying Four Inside and Four Outside Passengers, and for such period His Government shall approve, between DUBLIN and CORK, eith
29 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
■% ’THE CONSTITUTION; OR. CORK ADVERTISER.

■% ’THE CONSTITUTION; OR. CORK ADVERTISER.

’THE CONSTITUTION; OR. CORK ADVERTISER. HORRIBLE OUTRAGE. Clonmel, Nov. 28. —About eight o’clock on Monday morning, the I9th instant, a party of armed monsters proceeded to the lands of Glancullo, barony of Owner and Arra, when two of them entered the house of a farmer of die nam
29 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FEVER HOSPITAL.

FEVER HOSPITAL.

ON SUNDAY, THE 9th DECEMBER NEXT, A CHARITY SERMON will be preached at St. Peter’s Church, by the HON, and REV. LUDLOW TONSON, In aid of the Funds of this Invaluable institution. Tlie Claims of the House Recovery ate sufficiently known amt duly appreciated. The Committee think i
29 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WINES.

WINES.

Port Wine .. 245. per dozen .. 2s. per bottle. Prime , fresh , r a bottled, 303. per do. .. 2,. 6<l. do. Prime do. three ~ Bd. do. years bottle, ' Good Cape Wine, 16s. per dozen .. Is. sd. per do. Excellent do. 20s. per do. .. Is. Bd. per do. do. per do. .. Is. lOd. per do. Do.
26 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY WATER FORD.' BE SOLD, the Fee Simple Estate the Town and Lands CARRICKBEG, containing statute acres, lying eastward from

COUNTY WATER FORD.' BE SOLD, the Fee Simple Estate the Town and Lands CARRICKBEG, containing statute acres, lying eastward from

the Bridge of Carrick, along the bauks of the navigable river Suir, and which there are at present about Houses, and some valuable Building Ground the town. At least three hundred Freeholders could he established at a small expense, ft is at present tforth per annum, at the term
28 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. PRIVATE FAMILIES, &c. Such Fa-1 miliea are in want of '♦ery supertor WINE, either o).l or

TOE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. PRIVATE FAMILIES, &c. Such Fa-1 miliea are in want of '♦ery supertor WINE, either o).l or

fresli, in l.ottle, will find an extensive stock the belt descriptions' (Imported l>y the Subscribers,! at their Stores, 18, Lower Gardiner-street, between Mecklenburghstreet and Gloucester-street, unprecedented toy pruts. JOHN J. PIM and CO. Orders post promptly attended to ' W
28 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROTUNDA.— MESSR.. lIEIIRMANN, THE FOUR Brothers, from Munich, beg most respectfully to anuounre the Nobility, Gentrv, and the Public, that

ROTUNDA.— MESSR.. lIEIIRMANN, THE FOUR Brothers, from Munich, beg most respectfully to anuounre the Nobility, Gentrv, and the Public, that

their SECOND CONCERT is fixid for FRIDAY Evening, NOVEMBER, ill). 1827. *~Mr. has kindly offered his services a Solo on the Piano-Porte. Single Tickets, 7s. each.—Family ditto, admit Four, One Guinea, hail at the principal Music Warehouses, and of Messrs. HERRMANN, 20, Westmorla
28 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE

THEATRE

brothers whose vocal and insirumental performance has given universal satisfaction, have beet* engage d that indefatigable caterer for public amusement, Mr. BuNN, and will make their first appearance at our Theatre tomorrow evening.
30 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland