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THE IRISH COURT.

THE IRISH COURT.

Thuriday ovening, the first Drawing Room for the season was held at the Castle. At nine o'clock, the Lord Lieu- tenant, preceded by the officers of state, &c. entered the Drawing Room. His Excellency was dressed in the Wind- ior uniform, and bore the fatigues of the night better
18 March 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON—MONDAY, MARCH 17.

LONDON—MONDAY, MARCH 17.

L O.lDO.A-J:f()0l-DAJ), MARCH 17. In the present state ofaffahs it will lont sliprise ole readtlers that Cabin et ('Coincils arc hL ld doily. One las htild on1 Sittir(lay-anotiihr yesterday-anmd one was Sit- ithi; wvheilen ur paper welt to peess. W-1 lese9igcrs and dli-pltches ha
21 March 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH IMARKETS. 'Pvo-r | NEWn.Y, March'6-V.0 ans lg Sd to ?? Od;per 1l2lbs. over Red Wheat 9s 3d to 1Os 6jDer ditto; White Wheat 10s4d to bys ' to uls. Od. per ditto; Iltrle.4s 6d to 7s Id per do.; Flour I by Ist, 16s Od to GOs Od; 2d, 14s' to OOY Od * 3d, ?? Od to un' Oi'Od; 4th
11 March 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST THEATRE.

BELFAST THEATRE.

Mr. Macarlhy continues his exertions to make our Theatre attractive. A young gentleman, native of Dublin, last Wenesilay night made his debut in the character Filzjames in the Lady of the Lake, and by his chaste acting, added to a tolerably good person and an excel lent* voice,
5 March 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS

AUCTIONS

AN assoitment Ladies’ Work boxes, the remaining Slock of China and Eearthenware, best Sheffield Plated Goods, with warranted silver edges ; Patent Steel Snuffers, Fire Brasses, Fenders, Cutlery, and other valuab e effects,by .1. HODGSON, (late of Bath and Cheltenham,) at his Est
5 March 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Commanitr-ln-Cbi«f l.ldilnian'.iuCrf neialj r i:*'! D;!g*-U«n*ri*'s Coii>:te!a l.iriiu iiit-CVlot.el Mnv-r.&r l .i'uun, ,*.• Sub.iittru, Sir Tioop-Quarierruasttr, Ur. Snft-BcrjeulU, Uc. .. ... ... ... .. i'.iltilk Uti l ... ... NATIVES. Snba!4r ... ... ... Nui<{ii», Drummer, Ur.
15 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURPHT-’S FAMILY PIUS. Pills have a lonw time been used in pri- JL vale Practice an and from t'u:ir uniform

MURPHT-’S FAMILY PIUS. Pills have a lonw time been used in pri- JL vale Practice an and from t'u:ir uniform

success arc now oiTereil the Public, ail rase*; of Head-ache, loss Appetite, Noisea and Giddiness the Head, Lowness of Spirits, Flatulencies, Indigestion, Acidity in th« Stomach, caused vitiated BJ«i, otisliaiction UowAs, with all •( fee lion* the Biliary organ*, they stand unri
8 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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8 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES JOHN HAYES.

JAMES JOHN HAYES.

Mr. O’CONNELL, in accordance with the suggesstion contained in this letter, gave notice motion, that the collectors of Catholic Rent should all members of the Association. Mr. COPPINGER remarked this was the third remittanco from Cork, which consisted hut three parishes each whi
4 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland