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11 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£• i 3,719,743 177,1'1l I 3,698,771)1 254,754 1,652,732 1 357,006! 4,000 368,398! 17,410 101,709 .. J

£• i 3,719,743 177,1'1l I 3,698,771)1 254,754 1,652,732 1 357,006! 4,000 368,398! 17,410 101,709 .. J

11 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THKATRK-ROYAL. This evening. aVril u, 1823, win performed, the Historical Play of KENILWORTH; Or, Englund» Golden Day*. The Earl of

THKATRK-ROYAL. This evening. aVril u, 1823, win performed, the Historical Play of KENILWORTH; Or, Englund» Golden Day*. The Earl of

Leicester, Mr. Bennett; The Earl of SuMoi. Mr Mathew*; Lord Burleigh, Mr Hamerton; Uicliar V.mey, Mr Calcraft ; Sir Walter Raleigh, Mr Rae; Trestilian, Mr Balls; Nicholas Blount, Mr Boss, E erard, Mr Brough; Anthony Forster, Mr Williams, Michael Lambouroe, Mr Cun/ngham; Goldthre
14 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND FANCY BALL. AT THE ROTUNDA, ON 9ih MAY. rKDER THE EAAprtAOE HIS EXCELLENCY LIEUTENANT, THE RIGHT HDft. PAGET, THE

GRAND FANCY BALL. AT THE ROTUNDA, ON 9ih MAY. rKDER THE EAAprtAOE HIS EXCELLENCY LIEUTENANT, THE RIGHT HDft. PAGET, THE

RIGHT MAYOR, THE ladyAHwyouess, The profits thereof to be appreciated to btiilding an Infant School in the Mendicity Institution. Further particulars in futura Advertisomdnt*. DUBLIN AND WEXFORD STEAM NAVItiATION COMPANY. THE Proprielora req'ieated arlnnil General Meeting said C
14 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GLANCULLEN HOUSE.

GLANCULLEN HOUSE.

TO LET, f»»r t*rm !»• m«v an, that l)eßUtiful and romantic spot, the House and Demesne of GLANCULLEN, containing nearly Tliirty liish Acres, free, all Meadow Ground the best description, and can he irrigated, surrounded by made wall. The House consists of a Front and Back Hall,
14 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPWRECKS.

SHIPWRECKS.

The Fairfield, Captain Langton, tons burden, laden with timber, from John's, Brunswick, bound Liverpool, left St. John’s the Ist u)t. and, having lost her rudder the 26th, became quite unmanageable. About three o’clock p.m.on the Bth instant, being then off the Sal* te««, she fe
14 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLONMEL ASSIZES CRIMINAL COVRT-Ti'ESDAV. Pierce Grace was placed at the Bar, charged »lili conspiring to kill Daniel Mara- Tlie Solicitor-General

CLONMEL ASSIZES CRIMINAL COVRT-Ti'ESDAV. Pierce Grace was placed at the Bar, charged »lili conspiring to kill Daniel Mara- Tlie Solicitor-General

assured the Jurv it was a very irksome task to recapitulate tlio'facts of this case—but it was necessary be should do so, i'ul supply some evidence bearing peculiarly on the prisoner Pierce Grace was indicted forhavn;g conspired with twelve other persons to murder Mara and his b
12 April 1828 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON' POLICE.

LONDON' POLICE.

11 April 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DARING MURDER.

DARING MURDER.

Y*tt«rdaj rooming, about eight o'clock an old man, nearly seventy years of age, named Thomas Pcndcrgast entered the room of an industrious cobbler named Lyons, in a lodging house inMichael-strect, lor the purpose of robbery, and being resisted by the only person in the room, the
11 April 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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Price Id Lord KLDON observed, that bo bad also received a letter from the individual alluded to, and which beuan saying that he would publish him in the Morning Herald, in Carlitle's Lion, and other publications, which at the moment be could not recollect. (Hear, and laughter.) H
19 April 1828 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland