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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
 
OF WOOLSJ:N OUAI'LItV,

OF WOOLSJ:N OUAI'LItV,

WOOLSJ:N NLWr.ST LONDON WAISTI O\TING, LAD IFF PELISSE CLOAK Ac. Ac. AAZ I NOW J HUSH WOOLLEN WAICEm>VSR, 30, Pal Rli Public arc respect fully Arrival this i)a\ the above -ive Winter Stock comprising the greatest variety Electoral Sa.xo'iv Black, Blue, Olive, Brown, and Oxford Cl
17 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MAIvRIED

MAIvRIED

the 6th instant, at Harrow, Fox Fitzgerald, Esq., only son the late Lord war Jit/.j/erald, Jane, youngest daughter Sir John Dean Paul, Bart. DEATHS On Wednesi iy, in Mallow-lane, Mrs. wife of Mr. Brennan, Grocer consumption, the followins: day h*T husband, died the same disorder
17 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
fdoctrp. DEATH’S RAMBLE Like a butcher that kills hi# own. Th** first slaughter'd it made bin. laugh, Oia never more

fdoctrp. DEATH’S RAMBLE Like a butcher that kills hi# own. Th** first slaughter'd it made bin. laugh, Oia never more

eternal.” met a coachman driving his coaeh »low, his fine grew sick But he let him stray his tedious way, For Death only* wars on theQi icx. Death sate a toll-man taking 1011. And doctor that took the sum ; But Jet them be—for he knew the tea* Was prelude arid fuui.” lie met dus
17 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
lulf-i>*y, »ic« Vane, place*! upon li*l(rp*y, to be iSntlga. G3J diito—4-ieutcnant Edward Brown to be Captain, vice Hill, defeated ;

lulf-i>*y, »ic« Vane, place*! upon li*l(rp*y, to be iSntlga. G3J diito—4-ieutcnant Edward Brown to be Captain, vice Hill, defeated ;

Ensign Kichard Lane to be Lieutenant, vice Brown ; Robert Dale, Gent to be Ensign, vice Lane. 64th ditto—.Lieut. J. Ayres Kingdom, from the SLlatFoot, to be Lieutenant, vice Foilies, promoted. 67tb ditto—-James Ray, Gent to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Gosset, promoted. 7Ut ditt
17 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'SERMONS.

'SERMONS.

MORAVIAN MISSIONS. SUNDAY, tti« NOVJEJIUER, Twelve o’Clock^!, A SERMON -WILL PE PBEACHED In the Church the United Brethren, Bishop-it, AND a Collection m in aid of (heir' Mission* amoafe the Heathen. The Collection after- the Evening Sermon, at Seven o’ClOck, will applied to the
17 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECRETARY LAMB.

SECRETARY LAMB.

Our readers, we ear certain, must have perused with the same feelings of pleasure weexperienced, the valuable document which has appeared from the pen of this distinguished, and admirable Slutcsman. It fully justifies the opinions nliioh we hazarded concerning the course, which
17 November 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON—NOVEMBER 12.

LONDON—NOVEMBER 12.

Wehave received, in a private letter, the following statement of the contiicting forces, and of the result;— English Force.—Three sail of the line, four frigates, two corvettes', three brigs. French Force.—Three sail of the line, four frigates. Rcssmn Force.—Four sail of the lin
17 November 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland