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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
 
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16 February 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KING’S (THIS DAY.)

KING’S (THIS DAY.)

Criidy a. Rickards, —This cause was expected com'' to--.lay. Soma conversation took place between Counsel, as to tho appointment of day for bri;rging it ; it understood to lie fixed for an early day-in ensuing week, but the precise day was not named. Lord We can »tate from the b
16 February 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
? A Catholic. Why should he conceal his name ? Captain Burke, the County Galway, it nut tousonaot to hit

? A Catholic. Why should he conceal his name ? Captain Burke, the County Galway, it nut tousonaot to hit

couscieoct to see the public purse ami the people plundered. owed it his honor, as Rent eitiau *ud hit duty Christian, to expose the peculations tha’ saare committed. (Hear and cheers.) With respect li»e County Kilkenny, did not think there was any man belter calculated to threw
16 February 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
flhire docunienti trere produced.]

flhire docunienti trere produced.]

flhire docunienti produced.] \V* hikTe «e«D enough at how the ti uttt ofercry kind ore fulfilled. It U now high tlmo i«<itiire w’lo ore the Truoteee. They ore the Hon. end Verr Rev. Joeepli Harke, Dean of Oetory ; the Rev. P. lie-, Alinlater of St. Merr'e ; the Uev. Hebert Shew,
16 February 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REY. THOMAS MAGUIRE.

REY. THOMAS MAGUIRE.

ON Evening during this LENT, excepted) the Rev. THOMAS MAGUIRE Preach in JOIIN-STREET CHAPEL, at o Clock, the CoUettion will to the Rebuilding of the Pans. Chapel «T. JAMES’S. - Tim day U published, in 3 12nno. price 21-. boards Hope leslie : or early times in THE UASSACHUSSETS,
1 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCER Thom Bernard

CHANCER Thom Bernard

CHANCER Thom»» Bernard, Eaq. TJURSUANT * D«cre- Plaimiff. I JL tal Order ot hi* Majerty’a John Thomas Drought, High Conn Chaneerv, mad* in Esq. and others ( this Cause, bearing data tha fotli Defendants. \ dar of November, 1887, i will, , ——■ ■ ■■ —■■■ * Monday, tha day Marcfc ne
1 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOSIERY, ■J_I HIS MAJESTY Nobility and Gentry are most reapectfully informed, that they can be supplied with very superior article,

HOSIERY, ■J_I HIS MAJESTY Nobility and Gentry are most reapectfully informed, that they can be supplied with very superior article,

may have their orders execute pattern LESLIE'S extensive Balhriggan and Genera' Hosiery aud Glove Establishment, 15, CapeLstreet; wheie every superior and fashionable article of faucy Hosiery, Dress aud Wedding Gloves, rich India Silk Handkerchiefs, Cravating, &c. See. can he ha
11 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FEE SIMPLE ESTATES

FEE SIMPLE ESTATES

COUNTY KILKENNY.- BE SOLD, the Fee and Inheritance of the Lands of DONK.MAGAN, containing 1178 Acres; alto the Lands BALLINA' BOOLV and KNOCKHO.USE, containing 856 Acres, including Acres under valuable Timber, Oak, Ash,'and Birch, well preserved. is set on determinable Leases, a
11 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POOR LAWS.

THE POOR LAWS.

This important subject has been taken out of our bands, and by a less important body than the Popish Association, which has made its consideration a pretext for vilifying and traducing the Protestant Church and its Clergy. Had we entertained any doubt as to the inexpediency of t
11 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland