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23 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Foil BORDEAUX. The Packet DORSET, Captain WILLIAM EVANS, will sail for BORDEAUX, on MONDAY NEXT, the 26th instant, at Three

Foil BORDEAUX. The Packet DORSET, Captain WILLIAM EVANS, will sail for BORDEAUX, on MONDAY NEXT, the 26th instant, at Three

o'Clock iu the Afternoon, anil will continue to sail regularly during the Season. " The DORSET is copper-bottomed, and her accommodations are arranged in separate Cabins, of which is reserved for Ladies only. The Passengers are supplied during the Voyage with best fresh Provisio
23 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ill LONDON, 0, How- ARD-STREET, NORFO|.K-STUEET, STRAND, established in January, whin lush Spirits were for the first time admitted into

ill LONDON, 0, How- ARD-STREET, NORFO|.K-STUEET, STRAND, established in January, whin lush Spirits were for the first time admitted into

England the full strength. The Proprietor makes it his care procure the best Whiskey from Dublin and Cork, selling not less than two galluus at 16s. the Imperial gallon, full strength. The advantage in getting good Whiskey in .Louden, where the Spirits in general use are made wi
28 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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2 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Rev. Charles Vignoles, and Oil Plaintiffs; William H. Brady and Others, Defendants. PURSUANT to Order made in this Cause, bearing

Rev. Charles Vignoles, and Oil Plaintiffs; William H. Brady and Others, Defendants. PURSUANT to Order made in this Cause, bearing

date the 18th day of 'July, MONDAY, the day of AUGUST, instant, the hour one - o'Clock in the afternoon, at inv Chambers, on the Inus'-quny, Dubliß, set up to let for three years, pending this Cause, from the first day of November next, that part the Lands Taghtuen, known by the
12 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN

DUBLIN

JOHN DICKSON Friends and the Public, that tor tiieir greater accomiuudation has laid in stock of raw and refined Sugars, which, with his Teas, he will sell at as low ices any House in Dublin. He has also obtained 011 Commission a large of the very best Wines every description, i
12 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REVEREND PRIEST MAGUIRE.

THE REVEREND PRIEST MAGUIRE.

! ** Within the last fortnight a Protectant Hector waited on me a LETTER from Archbishop, making an offer thousand pounds in hand and livia<* of eight hundred ayear, if would consent to abjure the Catholic religion, and become a Protestant Parson." Speech °f Mr. Alaguire at the
12 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
»»■•) J.urotbea Walker, Lu- teHril dele the natic. J ; u f June last, I will MuNl>AV^lie"sStf* 'lhdo IS' Afternoon,

»»■•) J.urotbea Walker, Lu- teHril dele the natic. J ; u f June last, I will MuNl>AV^lie"sStf* 'lhdo IS' Afternoon,

set ami let to the One , • i i:r.» n f Ba) ,| ':S* the lands of ISmirlam, lwoac.es and 'I Lis ate plantation measure, lately ... the rood", ' f s and his Represent..me, situate "W-n Carina, .he Conn.? nf Carl,,.*, be,.. : the K.state of said Lunatic-Dated day » 18**7. WILLIAM HE
16 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW SONGS published by I. WILLIS and CO., ROYAL MUSICAL REPOSITORY, 7, WESTMORLAND-STREET, (Corner of Fleet-street,) Dublin, and Egyptian-Hall, Piccadilly,

NEW SONGS published by I. WILLIS and CO., ROYAL MUSICAL REPOSITORY, 7, WESTMORLAND-STREET, (Corner of Fleet-street,) Dublin, and Egyptian-Hall, Piccadilly,

London. 44 Fly away Pretty Moth," the Words and Melody by T. H. Bayly, Esq Price 2s. The Swiss Boy," from the Tyrolese Melodies (by W. Ball and J.Moscheles) sung with the most rapturous applause Mrs. Waylett, Price 2s. 44 The Bee," Words and Melody by W. Ball, Esq., Price 2s. 44
14 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland