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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
 
POLICE OFFICE, CORK. THE POSTMASTERS’GENES ALK. THE PROPRIETORS OF THE fUPERB STEAM PACKET. A case was during the last week

POLICE OFFICE, CORK. THE POSTMASTERS’GENES ALK. THE PROPRIETORS OF THE fUPERB STEAM PACKET. A case was during the last week

brought before Alderman Eranaon. the Police Office, which estci.ed considerable interest, and which after nerernl adjourn, meats was decided on Saturday. It was aproaecution institnted hvMr. J. B. O’Uenrichan. Agent of the General Post. Office auainst Mr. William Lepingwel, Agen
20 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On the Isih init. the Lady of Henry N*«h, Esq. life Lieutenant of his Slajesty’sO'h Regiment of Fool, a son. On Thursday, at Itichmnml.place, Limerick, the Lady of Captain O. H. Fit/.Uerald, of aeon. At Kilmacahilt Glebe, county of Kilkenny, the Lady of the Her, Mr. Stubbs, of s
20 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE 01-T'ICK—COMUINaTIOX

POLICE 01-T'ICK—COMUINaTIOX

Mosdav, Nov. 10.—A case which seemed to exc considenihle interest the Tradesmen of t||j s ('• ' came to tried before the Magistrates, ami | ''' circumstance of all their Worships being present, and i active part they took, appeared if they consider of some importance. The ease,
20 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GAFFING.

GAFFING.

flic IWI owing account of one ofthe ten thousand modes of swindling is given London Morning paper. A writer who occupied himself sometime since in the agitated question ofthe origin of civil, accounted for it the supposition that it was to the delight of mankind —i.ince, if ther
20 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
F.nCIAI. COURIER.

F.nCIAI. COURIER.

20 November 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE DDBLIIC EVRNttfO POST.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE DDBLIIC EVRNttfO POST.

THE EDITOR OF THE DDBLIIC POST. Sir—Having seen in your highly respectable Newspaper, paragraph copied from the Connaught Journal, stating that die ProteatantaofCaillcreaand itaricinity, hail diacondnued their dealings with Catholics— I do hereby in the most explicit and uncquiro
20 November 1827 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
the praetko of the Court of King’a Bosch to change the Venue upon ordinary affidavit, which did not go itnmtdiataly

the praetko of the Court of King’a Bosch to change the Venue upon ordinary affidavit, which did not go itnmtdiataly

into facu. The laarned Counaal in the first Instance raised vary ingenious, formal objection against tbe affidavit put in iba defendant, namely, that his addition and residance ware not ■et forth, and quoted very apposite case from Ctb Taunton, in support the objection. After ro
20 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tSon rooms ind wm b« found in it* records till there a special acknowledgment the contribution Mr. Cubert, with statement

tSon rooms ind wm b« found in it* records till there a special acknowledgment the contribution Mr. Cubert, with statement

of lha laudable mouvaa which was actuated. .. Mr. SCOTT, ef Ennis, in the County Clare, atldraaaau the meeting the subject of Proselytising carried on in that quarter the Biblicals. On the motion of Mr. O’Connoll, .£lO y * . be to person of the name of Gorman Ennis, w with lilt
20 November 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESSEX-S FREE f.

ESSEX-S FREE f.

TO BE LET, the Dwelling-houses and Premises, Nos. 40, and 41, situate on the Soutli side of ESSEX-STUEET. Proposals in writing to-be made to Mr. Card, No. 24, York-street, who will give any information required, or to the Uev. C. Otway, No. 55, Aungier-street. SOLD, THE interest
20 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland