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PRICES OF PUBL IRISH,

PRICES OF PUBL IRISH,

PRICES PUBL IRISH, Cons 3 cent 84} Gov. Stock, 3} per ct .... 93* Gov. Deb. 3} percent iwj Bank Stock ENGLISH,. Bank Stock 207 i Red. per Censs 85* Cons, 3 per Conts b<)|
21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXECUTION AT ABERDEEN.

EXECUTION AT ABERDEEN.

Malcolm Gillespie, Excise Officer at Skene, suffered on Friday, the 16th inst. in front of the jail of this city the awful punishment of the law for the crime or for-' gery. Thia unfortunate man was indicted, along with his clerk, Geo. S. different charges of forgery. A verdict
21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST COMMERCIAL CHRONICLE.

BELFAST COMMERCIAL CHRONICLE.

Last week, North Shields, jolly old son of Newtune sacrificed so freely to Bacchus, that he measured bis length on the floor. His host coaxed and threatened in rain—he appeared as torpid a hedge-bog in November His rib, hearing of the affair, and thoroughly acquainted with the h
21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE, 100 Dozen lbs. Dressed FLAX, and\ 20 Mats Rough Do. \ First Quality. Apply to BEKNAU^^UNNINGHAM, 36) Belfast.

FOR SALE, 100 Dozen lbs. Dressed FLAX, and\ 20 Mats Rough Do. \ First Quality. Apply to BEKNAU^^UNNINGHAM, 36) Belfast.

21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ROYAL AKTtIA.ERY. GENERAL ORDER, NOV. 6. The Muster General lias the honor of annnounring the Officers of the Royal

THE ROYAL AKTtIA.ERY. GENERAL ORDER, NOV. 6. The Muster General lias the honor of annnounring the Officers of the Royal

Artillery, that Majesty, anil- to give a proof of their long, faithful and «allant services has been graciously p'easedto direct that the followi„" arrangement shall carried iuto effe; • 1 Ist. The regimental rank of Major is abolished, and the number of Lieutenant Colonels augm
21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
w ,'«e.01«.l—That have heard with very deep regret < removal from this Parish, our highly 1 i' and respected Curate,

w ,'«e.01«.l—That have heard with very deep regret < removal from this Parish, our highly 1 i' and respected Curate,

the Rev. PETER BROWNS. '» Resolved— That an Address presented hiin, et*" * concern at bis departure, and rt warm attachment bins, founded, as is, """"/ admiration his piotv and zeal a Christian Mi" nd his all the relatiuus of life. , ~|,.e —That a subscriptiuu entered into for t
21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GIPFORD'S ANTIBILIOUS FAMILY FILLS are recommended with the utmost confidence to the Public, one the most valuable, safe, and effectual

GIPFORD'S ANTIBILIOUS FAMILY FILLS are recommended with the utmost confidence to the Public, one the most valuable, safe, and effectual

Medicines, for removing bilious, nervous, gouty and rheumatic atfections, indigestion, pains and giddiness in the bead, loss of appetite, sickness, and all obstructions or irregularities the stomach bowel*. They contain no mercury any injurious ingredient, and are peculiarly mil
21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN

DUBLIN

OPENED THE 29th OCTOBER, 1827, the West and North of WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE, 5, ESSEX-BRIDGE, opjwsitc Messrs. I*oo"i s, supplied by the most eminent Manufacturer* Gloucestershire, Somersetshire, and Yorkshire. The Proprietor in soliciting the attention of the Public to this Concern,
21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland