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THE DtiBLLV E VEXING MAIL

THE DtiBLLV E VEXING MAIL

THE E VEXING MAIL TO LORD LETTER NO. LXVIII. "THE SECOND REFORMATION." MY LORl>— The object of the Letter# which we have addressed your Lordship was—lst. give a fair and unexaggerated statement of the Reformation in progress: 2d. To shew the causes in which this Reformation origi
21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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do 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 4 0 *0 0 4 do 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 «*• •** ••• do ... It ix most earnestly requested that in each house, some of its charitable inhabitants srill undertake to collect subscripuons, dec* from the others in the same residence. Much diff
21 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MORNING

THE MORNING

LAW INTELLIGENCE. (jOURT OF KING'S BKilCH— Monday. Mr. O’Loghlin, in the in which Bagwell, Esq was plaintiff, and Edward O’Ryan defendant, moved that the plaintiff be required to lodge in Court 101. damages and 6d. Costa, and that he then liberty to proceed at faia peril. He mov
21 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAITED. ON Unexceptionable Secuii<y. for which SIX per Cnit, will k« g'ven. GEORGE TWIBILL. Esq. Dundalk ; or, during m.

WAITED. ON Unexceptionable Secuii<y. for which SIX per Cnit, will k« g'ven. GEORGE TWIBILL. Esq. Dundalk ; or, during m.

ut 22. Ilcnry-arcel, Dublin, (if letter, post-paid.)
21 November 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MISS O’BRIEN

MISS O’BRIEN

BEGS leave to aeqaaiot her Friend* and the Public that she ban remoTed the House lately occupied by Mr. ROBERT GEORGE GKCBB, where she has arrived to her extensive assortment of Goods suited to the present season, FURS of every kind, LUTSTUINGS, CALICOESLPIain and Printed MUSLIN
21 November 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
PERSOK who «« to Mwlr CQUITY GAOD WATERFORD wiR POTATOES Um f^ofAPBiL. PropowU trill ba re£«i*od Ho*. AnUmmm HbUoa WiUiam-draot.

PERSOK who «« to Mwlr CQUITY GAOD WATERFORD wiR POTATOES Um f^ofAPBiL. PropowU trill ba re£«i*od Ho*. AnUmmm HbUoa WiUiam-draot.

No*. 13. SOLD Atk^TlON, V[ the house of the late alderman MOROAN. LEDY'LANE. /-WN MONDAY, the Sfith Do* of, NoOonbn nd .uceoediog Day*, tko eatin HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of •aid Houm. Sftla to conuanco 11 odoek tack Day, erfa.-d. No*. 19, 1887. OALWEY, Aattftatr. NOTICE IS HEREBY OI
21 November 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Of the high sense they entertain of the Purity of the

Of the high sense they entertain of the Purity of the

Of the high sense they entertain of the Purity the ReLIOIOOS OocTBINIS, The Splendour of the Talents, Sad Profundity of the Knowledge in Sacbid, PnorsKE, fit Ecclesiastical History, So eminently Displayed by tbb REV. ROBERT STEWART, Of Broughabaine, During the calibrated Theologi
21 November 1827 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS-

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"arcAT WORCESTER CHINA SALE COM-6R£Ai TINOBD, DODD s Great Room*, Sac^, ' e ■ ,t^ • THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY. *!•» NOV., And following dtyt. T i s * At Two o'Clock will bo Sold . Select •«<»»*«•"» beet London Jewellery, Uie *»*« «udded with real «i A Twelve o’Clock.—Pn'’cha»er, poy t
21 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARINER’S COMPASS.

THE MARINER’S COMPASS.

The attractive property of the loadstone has been known in all ages. Thales, surprised with so constant effect, ascribed to it a soul. Plato, Aristotle, and Pliny, have each made mention of this attraction, but neither they, nor any other, down the eleventh century, even the beg
21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AS EXCLUSIVELY A

AS EXCLUSIVELY A

RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT, Stands unrivalled in the United Kingdom ! But that is not the object of the Proprietors, in this instance; they merely wish, respectfully and earnestly, to call the attention of their numerous customers their late important arrivals of WOOLLEN CLOTHS; in th
21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland