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CUTTELS TUNNEGLIFF, MANUFACTUIIERS & 'PA''TEN NT FINISHERS oF Superfine Broad and Narrqom K1ERSEjYERES, &e. &c. ,qg miost rcspectfulfly to inform their Friends, the INHABITANTS of BELFAST and its Vichlity,;that they have Re-Opened their Sale- 1o#,R AT CAMPBELL'S HOTEl ANN-STREET9
1 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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1,- Most %oble fEAVIRY WILL MA 1f,. M1A RQUIS yA7VGLESEY, Lord Lieutenant Gereral anl General (,,,pnor qf Ireland. ?? IT Ft'XASE TOUR EsX(reLLeNCY, W E, tim TENANTRY on your Lordship's Estate W in the County of Down, ever united in our hearts Doatr beloved Landlord-for whose glor
1 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORN LAWS.

CORN LAWS.

On Monday last, the subject of the Corn Laws oc- cupied both Houses of Parliament. The Duke of Wellington introduced it to the House of Peers, and Mr Charles Grant, to that of the Commons. Both the speakers delivered their sentiments at great length, to shew the necessity of pro
4 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miss A she.

Miss A she.

... Mr. I-ATHAM. Madame and Mr. Philipps. J> . Deeper dctptr still, A,,. Waft her, Angels, SrtlM I.et the Bright Seraphim, - Trti rn/Kt Obligato, Mastar Haliday . ) And God created Man, In Native Worth, litar.) Oh ! worse than death indeed, Williams. n„, j Angels ever bright and
1 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIBERNIAN FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED A.D. 1771. OFFICE No. 42, DAME-STREET, DUBLIN. (Next Door to the Commercial Buildings.)

HIBERNIAN FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED A.D. 1771. OFFICE No. 42, DAME-STREET, DUBLIN. (Next Door to the Commercial Buildings.)

THIS COMPANY was the first the kind ever formed in IRELAND; it has existed now upwards of HALF CENTURY, during which time its conduct raid punctuality arc too 'veil known need anv comment. A large portion of its FUNDS, amounting to upwards of One Hundred Thousand Pound?, is depo
1 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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. Notwithstanding the elegance the Hon L”'^ who" bus interrupted him, ho would to the p.ogrea, of 1 to gel

. Notwithstanding the elegance the Hon L”'^ who" bus interrupted him, ho would to the p.ogrea, of 1 to gel

the principle a permanent duty , * f t’ eV-et. Hut when wrong system had for some improper all it too rapidly.— ‘' nie ' id therefore, the first instance, propose a duty of rtaron Corn imported. This was groat deal 'T landlord had right require, and he defied marc than to entitl
3 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORPORATION OF UEOGUEDA. AUDREYS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT Monday last, a Special General Assembly was convened by the Mayor, pursuant

CORPORATION OF UEOGUEDA. AUDREYS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT Monday last, a Special General Assembly was convened by the Mayor, pursuant

to a Requisition numerously signed, for the purpose of taking Into consideration the propriety of presenting congratulatory Address, and the Freedom of the Corporation in a Gold Box, to the Most Noble the Marquess Anglesey, his appointment to the Vice-Royalty of Ireland. Atone o
2 April 1828 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
the Jury as-

the Jury as-

mliioh bcfel tbs ilmut o’clock, aplain flroivne, of players on mnent danger of cape, says lbs mracjlous. At one of ibe daa« harbour, and healing orcf vss obseraed by expected esery lo pieces.—> most for tun ate -one of only a »er tbe bank.— !, but no boat j.icß. At nine on'? ■so
5 April 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR THE DEFENCE.

FOR THE DEFENCE.

Martha Stapleton—l» • midwife ; abe knew Mary Fitzgerald ; her heep'-hejeiineasa saeidance the 24ih ol April, 1827; Mary pregnant; Mary told wimeaa that she was married s>« months, and ibatabe pregnant four months *. nua band was gone 10 tba*. Mary 'lxee'atold witness her husban
5 April 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

THE Interest in House in West-street, of which there an unexpired term of oars, and will disposed of subject to a Pepper nominal sum lieu thereof. considerable ?mvyffi&s brfn lately expended on the Premises in useful aifiLave-, 'heir situation, well adapted for the GrOtfery Busi
5 April 1828 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland