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TO DISTILLERS.

TO DISTILLERS.

WANTS a Situation a* Manager a DISTILLEHY a youog Man who haa had considarahlc ex. perienca in both Scotland and Ireland, whose chancier and abilitiea for conducting the |will bear the '.trictcat investigation, letters addressed to A. B. Mr. Alexander Thompsons, 47, Stephcn-stte
20 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FI NDS.

THE FI NDS.

(' irv, Twfi.vk i.ocK, Satcroay.— tic ity complcte- Iv barren iiitcllij-rnce to-Jay, Mails liavine arrived. j The general o|iinion seems to that news frotn I onstanti] nonle cannot receive i Monday I next. I are also free from reports tliat in any way the Funds, Consols for the
20 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Tf* TliF. ' KDITOU THE S-.L lIIF.KN RUT’<>RTKK. | 1)> AK Sir,—From the v.-ry hitth rank "lu.J. the .»;• ■

Tf* TliF. ' KDITOU THE S-.L lIIF.KN RUT’<>RTKK. | 1)> AK Sir,—From the v.-ry hitth rank "lu.J. the .»;• ■

Chu.vkks h'.1.8 «s a(. hrFt.u.. M.nHUT met. . the ".-atn-h Ch.m-h. ami . r. ami ..a.-.v ■■ ■ mattorq, muat have interest m tao •'»' mat.' o >«« rea.letC may also amMdere.i the ..mu h,. « ..t very large a...l mf1..e..t,..l party -.M.a.. .. l-"j- a 1 - ami Ireland and it « rtl. I.
20 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

k, Nuv. 17,— Friday evening the Fair Trader caravan between and this City, Was assailed near the bridge Latoou, fellows who pelted stones him it, and at the driver and young man, who sat with him. Was it not for the spirited conduct of some the passengers, there is very little d
20 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
JnrihMatter Oj

JnrihMatter Oj

Thomas Jicob, a Bankrupt. TO UE SOLD BY AUCTION, before the Major Part of the Commissioners, in this Matter, at the Royal Exchange Coffee Room, at the hour of three o’clock, in the afternoon, on TUESDAY, the 27th inst. the outstanding debts due to the Bankrupt’s Estate, .a sched
20 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'ENUIHE FATKX TUB EXCLUSIVE J6SNVY Ot WHICH IS COS VISED To

'ENUIHE FATKX TUB EXCLUSIVE J6SNVY Ot WHICH IS COS VISED To

'ENUIHE FATKX TUB EXCLUSIVE Ot WHICH IS COS VISED MESSRS. BUTLER, CHEMISTS TO HIS MAJESTY, MO. £4, LOWER SACHVILLE STREET, DUBLIN; 4, Ckeapsiilt, London ; and 73, Princes-tlreel, Edinburgh, REAL CHELTENHAM SALTS—(from tlie Montpelier Spas, the property of Mr. Tmo.mi>son)— contain
20 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION OF SUGARS.

AUCTION OF SUGARS.

WILLIAM S. HAMILTON and CO. will Sait by AeenoH, on FRIDAY, th» 23d November, 1927, at One o’Clock, William Hone's Office, Commercial Buildings, Übds. and Tiarcca Sugar, Just arrived from Damemara, par Erntrald WILLIAM HONE, Brokw.
20 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LADIES’ LIFE PRESERVERS.

LADIES’ LIFE PRESERVERS.

mHE attention of the Ladies ia respectfully so’“'“ JOHN LAWLORS NO. 14), ROYAL ARCADE, The newly improved large corner Shop on the left from Suffolk-street, i iere they will find superior assortment of the newes Satins, Persians, Lissee Gauzes, Crapes, Ire Lutestring Shoes, Silk
20 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTSMOUTH SHIP CANAL.

PORTSMOUTH SHIP CANAL.

We bare authority for stating that the Duke of Rirhmoad'e name lias been aa a Patron of tbia undertaking without hit Grnce'a permiaaion, and that projector has premised withdrew the Duke's sane immediately. —Morntxg lleraki. We regret state, that on Saturday morninit, about half
20 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIED,

DIED,

At Marsh’s Library, Dublin, on the 14th instant, the Rev. Thomas Cradock, in the 85th year of bis age. He •was Prebendary of St. Audoen’s, in this city, and Rector of the parish of Drungand Larch, in the dioeessof more, for nearly sixty years. lived beloved, and died universally
20 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland