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HE O'WIEsNS 4 National Tale. Lady Murgan., .. . . l ".A Prague.o' both your liouses." COIBURN, 8, New Burlington-street,

HE O'WIEsNS 4 National Tale. Lady Murgan., .. . . l ".A Prague.o' both your liouses." COIBURN, 8, New Burlington-street,

ij®; and sold by JOHN CUMMING, 16, Lower Ori-sy, and pther Booksellers . -'
16 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
of' V Bit! ■«{ ft? ' /' '< v til - - Mtt FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1«. . short cause, on

of' V Bit! ■«{ ft? ' /' '< v til - - Mtt FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1«. . short cause, on

behalf Major Abra- Mr. No»™ s *°* conditional order for en »t--batn Alexander Freer, a(l6olutc Heconceivod Inmfachment n' make this concession, that'if the conditional order had been ? Usue against either of tbo parties here con- xhouldhJ against Major if any per- Of contempt of
19 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EyUITV EXCHEteL BK. Gladstones, he Dtcref. f A made in thi» Cau ‘icaiing date ll ErwinA another, | itb of

EyUITV EXCHEteL BK. Gladstones, he Dtcref. f A made in thi» Cau ‘icaiing date ll ErwinA another, | itb of

July, I8«7, I rvnuire ill peraoi J having Charges or Inc-ii the jLands of Irish Newchassy, in Ist Pleading* Decree mentiuned, prior the day of to come in before and prove the same, or before t -Olh day of November next, otherwise they ill pvtclud* the benefit of said Decree.~Dat
15 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
,n i n t' kal /pM Stun, <iep„ ds . the Mediterranean , n(l Owner, and Ihow con. 'Syp*. &c-

,n i n t' kal /pM Stun, <iep„ ds . the Mediterranean , n(l Owner, and Ihow con. 'Syp*. &c-

held at inwanl, when it draw a memorial ■rnmcni u,, n * '“roediale me« U r« fiord more eßicieni authorised to act ia "g i« such . wa, * for the best. red a repr«.eniation to t the pluadert coni* interview was promptly Committee consisii S. Jinggs, and Mr, J i with whom when the
15 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
disposition on tl>p the taml tu fiiiigrate to other parts of the L’nitrd Kingdota ?” .. 1 think they all

disposition on tl>p the taml tu fiiiigrate to other parts of the L’nitrd Kingdota ?” .. 1 think they all

gs, they could.”- \ n i f they would, Lord—and though a// rsnnot go. the ' y a,, most destitute are without f-|ljo f transporting themselves across the wafer, yst it i n,f|y •sllifactory find, that during last year and the 3,1,1, more progress has made in this trade, than for te
15 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC MEETING. Yesterday, there was a crowded aitendance the , riNC I4Tlot . i Rooms, for the purpose preparing Pclilion

CATHOLIC MEETING. Yesterday, there was a crowded aitendance the , riNC I4Tlot . i Rooms, for the purpose preparing Pclilion

The defendant this case had been, «t’ ls well known, c«n--■,on|a J * , submitted Mr. Coniiill, for the victed /it the last sitting! Guildhall before Gord Tenterden, epeal the 1 enai try Act.’* baring uttered di.srourae« at the Aie#p**sV » COURT KIKO DOM I /(I A Y -V£, /.’sy. cal
15 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASHBY’S PREPARED GROATS,

ASHBY’S PREPARED GROATS,

4ND PREPARED PEARL BARLEY, FOR MAXING AND DA RLE WATER IN A hEIf MINUTES. AFFORDING also a light and nutritious Food for Children, and preferred by some to Tapioca, Ground Kicc, Ac. for culinary purposes. Prepared and Son, Groat and Oatmeal Makers, Ac. Staines, packed in Tinfoil
17 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS ELLIS.

THOMAS ELLIS.

' . Nicholas Sad Her, Plaintiff** Solicitor, No. 2, Gardinersarnet, Lo*>er, Dublin, who will giro trerjr informatioo, lu Title, and condilioiu of sale.
17 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN’S CO.—To be LET; for three Lives, ,or thirty-one Years, and immediate possession given, HOUSE, OFFICES, Walled-in GARDEN, and 80

QUEEN’S CO.—To be LET; for three Lives, ,or thirty-one Years, and immediate possession given, HOUSE, OFFICES, Walled-in GARDEN, and 80

acres, or upwards, of tha Lands of MIDDLE-MOUNT, with Turbary, situate in the Queen’s County, within two miles of Rathdewney, a daily post town. House is roomy, and a very desirable residence for a respectsble Family, and tba Out-Offices are slated. Application ba Edward Flood,
17 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland