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LONDONDERRY, TUESDAY, NOV. 13.

LONDONDERRY, TUESDAY, NOV. 13.

Abduction. Oa Wednesday nijiht last, as Miss Jane Kincaid, only daughter Mr. D. Kincaid, of Drumbuoy, near Nn-C'unningham, who had been in Derry, consulting a physician relative to her mether’s health, was returning home, accompanied by a Wan, and twe rnaid-servauts, she was ove
17 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Meeting this Day.

Meeting this Day.

BELFAST WHITE LINEN HALL. THE General Annua) Meeting: of the PROPRIETORS of the BELFAST WHITE LINEN HALL, will be held at the on MONDAY, 19th November inst. at ONE elect (by ballot,) a CHAMBERLAIN and COMMITTEE of FOURTEEN, for the year ensuing, and to inspect the Accounts. HUGH
19 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF WINCHESTER

DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF WINCHESTER

It with regret we have to announce the death the Lord Bishop of Winchester, which took place on Thursday last, Kingston Hall,the seat of H. Bankes, Esq. M. P. after a short illness. His Lordship, we are informed, was in the 77th year of his age, anil not in bis eightieth, as sta
21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIMBER, DEALS, STAVES, &c. BY AUCTION. To be SOLD by AUCTION, an MONDAY, 26/ A Nov. inst. at TWO o'clock

TIMBER, DEALS, STAVES, &c. BY AUCTION. To be SOLD by AUCTION, an MONDAY, 26/ A Nov. inst. at TWO o'clock

in the Afternoon, at RITCHIE'S QUAY, THE CARGO of the Bripf George the Fourth, just arrived from Quebec, eonsisting of 54 Pieces OAK, / 33 Pieces PINF/riMBER. 7933 DEALS, a/d 6331 PIPE STAVES and HEADINGS, To be put up in convenient Lots. M DONNELL, PIRRIE & CQ. JAMES DUNLOP, Au
21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE Silk Mercery, Haberdashery, Furs, Sfc. fyc. R. 6c E. FERGUSON, HAVING retire from Business, most respectfully Nobility, Gentry, and

FASHIONABLE Silk Mercery, Haberdashery, Furs, Sfc. fyc. R. 6c E. FERGUSON, HAVING retire from Business, most respectfully Nobility, Gentry, and

the Public in general, that they bare this day commenced SELLING OFF their extensive STOCK of PRIME GOODS AT and UNDER FIRST COST. No. 22, HIGH-STREET, 21st Nov. 1827. (962
21 November 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FATHER MAGUIRE.

FATHER MAGUIRE.

wag another Meeting of the Association Mfcdumlcr, and notice taken of Mr. Maatiiac'* _ sertion, of Mr. O'Cowsitu.'s promise. Mr. O it called upou NOW and further delay, tu redeem hit hat etplred. lie therefore bouuci his own promise to uaiiie the messenger who the letter from Ar
16 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE TRESS,

IN THE TRESS,

THE TRESS, A Grand Naval Divertimento, composed and respectfully dedicated, special permission, to his Royal Highness the Duke Clarence, Dr. Carnaby. WILLIS and CO. respectfully inform the Nobility and Gentry that they are now landing from on board the Hihernia, Birmingham, and T
21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. HENRY GRATTAN, M. P.

MR. HENRY GRATTAN, M. P.

MR. HENRY M. P. '•"niter the firm conviction that this Gentleman •lid net intend proceed any further in the Criminal Information applied fur at his suit against Major EDGEWORTH ' !, Mr. MONTGOMERY, offered a publication I 'Tie remarks upon the merits of the case. take the sty fir
21 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROXY VOTE

PROXY VOTE

j I, at the Ifith Half yearly l -; • Sackvillc-street, Friday, the rfNove«:»bcr, 1527, between 12 A. M. and 3 I*. M. '! I ' l vou to the* vote ,to which i mailed. a< above, tof , a candidate in t<= me. at.'! re-i'lfiice of voter— OATEN,"Secretary to the Institution, or . . being
19 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This day published, price 7s. by JOHN CUMMING, 16, Lower Oriuood-quay, TREATISE the LAWS of GAME and INLAND FISHERIES iu

This day published, price 7s. by JOHN CUMMING, 16, Lower Oriuood-quay, TREATISE the LAWS of GAME and INLAND FISHERIES iu

IRELAND. John Finlay, A.B. and Barrister-at-Law. This Book contains View of the Game in Ireland, with the numerous points on which they differ from those of England to Qualifications —Remedies for Trespass, and Appointment of Gamekeepers—Restraints on the Army—General Registry o
19 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland