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I'KoJECTtiD NATIONAL BANK

I'KoJECTtiD NATIONAL BANK

see in some of the newspapers, that a prftr, P 'clus is put forth with respect to what is new 'f Bank. Only five miliiun« are u>k,t;|. f-w. e think can tell, the very wording of the prospectus, that is a scheme. M. lie,
17 November 1827 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
tire of seduction which was imputed him. Several cases were cited by Mr. O’Connell, hut The Court unanimously refined the

tire of seduction which was imputed him. Several cases were cited by Mr. O’Connell, hut The Court unanimously refined the

rnoHon. Mr. O’i onfiell then pressed the Court the venue to the Count.v Dublin, but this applieation was also reftiyed—iheCottn declifliug to wake any rule. Cardinal one day said to M. de Lort, celehrated physician, * I grey-headed, yet tuv is black. Your head is black, and your
29 November 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
ELOP-MENT.

ELOP-MENT.

A Miss C— K—, a young la-'y w? known in high life, was discovered have eloped horn her uifcie's house, on being called to her ‘leievne on Wednesday morning. Her brother instant y pursued, and caught the happy pair a oust chaise and four, fast their road to Liverpoo the gav Lofhar
29 November 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
CAI'HOLiC RKNT

CAI'HOLiC RKNT

MV.KTING THK OF ST. JOHN’S. On Sunday last, roost numerous and respectable meeting of St. John's Parish, look place in the Parish Cha|>el. IVevious to the Chair been taken, the Chapel was densely crowded in every vert. The galleries, Which were laid opart for ladies presented ve
3 November 1827 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
KOBBKItIES IN WEXFORD.

KOBBKItIES IN WEXFORD.

On Wednesday night a party of villains, haring first removed pane of glass, effected an en- into the shop of Mrs. Hayes of tha Maiu. street, Wax ford, which they robbed a quantity of Tea, Sugar, Spirits, thirteen packsof Cards, &e, with which they got clear off. tba sain* night,
3 November 1827 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BATTLE OF NAVARIN. fhench official accoovt. From the Muniteur oj Friday, November 9. Paris, Noy. 8. —We have received the

BATTLE OF NAVARIN. fhench official accoovt. From the Muniteur oj Friday, November 9. Paris, Noy. 8. —We have received the

following pews from our squadron in the Archipelago, dated Oct. 22. fThis communication begms with the paper No. I. published in The London Gazette.) On the 20th, at noon, the wind being favourable, signals were made to prepare for action; every one took his post, the English Ad
22 November 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
MULLINGAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1827.

MULLINGAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1827.

Admiral Rijny has found himself bound to re. turn thanks to Captain Fellowes, of his Britannic Majesty's ftijfate the Dartmouth, which was appointed to watch the fireships, for the timely succour which he afforded him when one of the fire ships, inflames, was on the point of fal
22 November 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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22 November 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY WESTMEATH.

COUNTY WESTMEATH.

B E LET, Tn such Term at mi,, agreed an. the /JU,io„,g LANDS, tit* ECIGHTOWiT, TO.NTAI.YINO NINg-rY ACUgS J CROSS AHSTOWrr, NINETY ACRES ; Z.OTOWK, ACRES ; ATBXK AZ. Tf, AND A FABT OF . ZsOTowir, ON* HNUDRED AND SEVENTY ACHES, TJESE Lands are the best quality for Meadow and Past
1 November 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
NOBILITY OF IRELAND.

NOBILITY OF IRELAND.

According to the valuable • Staiijtical Tables of Ire. land,’by Cewr Moreau. Esq. F.R.S.just publ.shed Treutlel and To. It is staled, in (3. that in July, 1827, the number of the Irish Nobilily was 219 »i I Duke, 14 Marquisses, 78 EatU, 48 Vjscuunls, 78 Barons, and 4 Peeresses.
1 November 1827 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland