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THE HOTTAL ARTILLERY

THE HOTTAL ARTILLERY

THE ARTILLERY CKMXSAL ORBIS, MOV. C. The Master-General has the honor of announcing to the OlBcers of the Royal Artillery, that Majesty, anxious give a proof of their long, faithful, and gallant services, has been graciously pleased to direct that the following arrangement (ball
20 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.

Nor. 16 The supply of Wheat to this day’s market Is very email, but the millere, anticipating larger arrivals shortly, have bought sparingly of the beet samples last Friday’s prices, and the damp and middling sorle art very dull tale; little doing in old. Oata are much the same.
20 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIMCES.

PIMCES.

WIIKAT. fs.d. OATS. Cs.d. €s.d. English,obi TOlh.n ;C'f English, 4-nlh » 2-“ new :>.d» 10 Irish 2 h-'i 2 11 Irish, old 7 Scoleh ;i :i new o |0„'» 2. HEANS. Seoteh, o ICO s (i English, p «jr...2 0-> 0 0b!....0 «».-0 so Iri'h ....2 2 0-2 4- 0 Canadian, new...o 70,n s Foreign, duty
20 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE

LONDON POLICE

THE UMACKS. Bow-Strcct, Skit. Li.—Marcus I make and tholomew Uniatke tilms Hamilton, were broii'-lit * , ' a seeoml examination before Kir J{. *" Halls, charged a warrant, with frandulcntli Tlr ing the sum ami a fraction, after their him". 1 death, means of false ami forged affi
20 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY WANTED.

MONEY WANTED.

WANTED, the sum of Two Hundred Pounds for two years, at Six per Cent, to be secured on Ground Rents in the City of Dublin. Apply to Richard Duke Meredith, Esq. No. 43, Henry-streeu—(lf letter post-paid.)
20 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TREES,

TREES,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the Slst NOVEMBER INSTANT, the Lands of OLD COURT, adjoining Orlagh Demesne, beyond Kathfarnham, a Urge quantity of Ash, Elm, Beech, Sycamore, Larch, Scotch Fir, &c. Mr. Shiel, who has the conducting of the business, will attend also eve
20 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSES FOR SALE.

HOUSES FOR SALE.

A Pair of well-matched black Carriage Horses, four and five years old, and. 15-1 high. They are quiet and well trained to double, single, and tandem harness, and will be engaged sound. To be seen a’ Boucher’s Livery Stables, Moore-lane, off Great Britain-street. CARRIAGE^ FOR SA
20 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE-TALK. THE KING'S COURT. Hit ■Mended the Lord Stewardef hie Knowhold, •rrired at hie Pelaee in St. Jaeßee’e,

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK. THE KING'S COURT. Hit ■Mended the Lord Stewardef hie Knowhold, •rrired at hie Pelaee in St. Jaeßee’e,

about haif-pett twelve o’clock oo Friday, in hit travel liny carriaya and foor, ncerted by a parly Laneera, ftoa hit Royal Lod ( e, | a Windsor Park. The Honourable Hugh Percy, Bishop of Rochester, did homage before his Majesty, bis translation to tbs See of Carlisle. The Marqui
20 November 1827 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTITUTION; OH. CORK ADVERTISER.

THE CONSTITUTION; OH. CORK ADVERTISER.

said (and rather nnf.irtimateiy forhimaelf a* «•»), that his name was not Uniaeke, hot Hamilton. Tuesday, another charge was preferred against the viz. the obtaining a sum £34 from the War Office, Bartholomew Uniscke. falsely wpementing that he was the next of kin to Sir William
20 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PAINTINGS. . . MR. GERNON, begs respectfully intiaaatc, that MONDAY and TUESDAY next, the *6ih and 27th inst., he will

PAINTINGS. . . MR. GERNON, begs respectfully intiaaatc, that MONDAY and TUESDAY next, the *6ih and 27th inst., he will

expose for Sale, in the Rotunda, valuable and interesting Collection PAINTINGS, by the roost celebrated Masters of ibe Italian, Flemish, and Dutch Schools. These Pain tings are of the highest quality, and will be found worthy the attention of the Collector and Connoisseur. viewe
20 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland