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30 January 1828 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
«h*riD9 and grand jurors. TotiiiaeaueaioMnveretoTe attributed decislonswhich so rreqnentljaUbcted the country; one of •Inch he could not fail of alluding

«h*riD9 and grand jurors. TotiiiaeaueaioMnveretoTe attributed decislonswhich so rreqnentljaUbcted the country; one of •Inch he could not fail of alluding

to,b; w kioti man was sente need to Bogged at the Uil a cart; but the sentence was evidently so unjust, that Mr. Goulburn reversed it, because it was illegal. Would the people of England, that land of liberty, tolerate such proceedings! They would not; but they are allowed in Ir
30 January 1828 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
“ MIRACLES'’ IN FRANCE.

“ MIRACLES'’ IN FRANCE.

MIRACLES'’ IN FRANCE. (From the Paata, 31.—W0 havo vary often-pointed oat the oyolomofdebaoomrnt adopted by congregation, and followed by the late ministry, with view of aubstituliug the most absurd superstitions for reugtoua belief. We think that ia tiro duty o( government to en
30 January 1828 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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4 January 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Hamroersly and f Sale (if tlic Laiuls of ■* Ballyvilode. Bantaboy. and Bradshaw and others. Acres in situate 1 "

Hamroersly and f Sale (if tlic Laiuls of ■* Ballyvilode. Bantaboy. and Bradshaw and others. Acres in situate 1 "

" "- 3 the Barony Coot>agli, and County of Limerick, heretofore advertised for Sale, under the Decree in this Cause, furibcr adjourned TbuftO*/* 10th day of January next ensuing, at the hour t*' ® o’Clock the afternoon, at office on the Dub* this day December, IS‘27. THOMAS ELLI
3 January 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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OPENING OF THE COMMISSION.

OPENING OF THE COMMISSION.

The Commission was opened on Tuesday with the customary formalities. In consequence the illness the land Mayor, Alderman Archer, the City Treasurer, 10,-um Unrtu for his Lordsliip. At one o’clock, Mr. Moure and Mr. J Vaudeleur look their seals fcS vis Beach. 'nit* Officer the Co
3 January 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£315, 10s. REWAIID.

£315, 10s. REWAIID.

WHEREAS, oo llie lUih No,»in'>.r ioMaol, a Outrage, and alUrin|>t at A<<*aa'inatien, wa» oaMiiUnl oo the perauo William Hallvron, an in* Orativr man, who -a* Mr. Cower, as (Maker the Lands oi Uleocotloe, (anr IVr-ma bis Houae, and firing aereral absta bim, |y vhicb bis lil« ia a
21 January 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TfIK ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION

TfIK ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION

The Roman Catholic Miasinn,** which it proposrtl from Dublin to enlighten the >( deluded and henij'htcd” part* «*J (England, may have another object in view h* si the diffusion of their political and theological doctrines. It was stated Mr. O’- Connell the other day, in the ** A
21 January 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
on.l I think th«t the Protwtnnl Priesthood would < do.no useful office fllarnlitj. It cnnoot of service to tell the

on.l I think th«t the Protwtnnl Priesthood would < do.no useful office fllarnlitj. It cnnoot of service to tell the

professor* Christianity in any form, that the man , who raises his hand from the pulpit call on his Creator— who distributes the consecrated cup, and puls the bread of life into circulation the altar, unworthy his office. dignity of that office is impaired by the degradation its
21 January 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOWER, PEMBROKE-STREET.

LOWER, PEMBROKE-STREET.

SOLD, * handsome House perfect order, A. containing parlour, drawing-room, (each 27 feet by 18), live bed-chambers,-.besides all necessary accommodation below stairs, two servants* rooms, kitchen, wine and beer-cellar, coal vaults, ,&c.; yard coach house and stable, &c. fit for
14 January 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland