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THE KING’S BIRTH-DAY.

THE KING’S BIRTH-DAY.

Wednesday fSt. George’s Day) being the day appointed by bis Majesty for the celebration of his birthday, the usual demonstrations of respect were observed through the metropolis. The bells of the different parish churches continued ringing merry peals during the day ; the standa
30 April 1828 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
red to the Dublin Mail, on its way to thi< Wednesday morning. At n place called Ruslnll, three miles tliis

red to the Dublin Mail, on its way to thi< Wednesday morning. At n place called Ruslnll, three miles tliis

side of Mountrath, and the vehiti, going along the usual rate, when »>«> ofih, horses got restire, and plunged ; the coachman. Gsynor, in striving check him, was pulled his seat, lost the reins, and fell behind the '£he coach was hurried along by the horses, and n, le£u>-> the r
30 April 1828 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
thh. VIAKKbj'IS.

thh. VIAKKbj'IS.

LONMrf. —Corn nf nil descrip, lions still continues scnrce ; Wheat got np to \7\d , and Oats continues at per stone. Here Il« and Barley 14a', per barrel So change since our last in Vnimeal and Floor So Boiler hat been brought } Figs, 40*. per cwt. Can'? Excbasgb. April 23 (Jur
30 April 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS DA

THOMAS DA

LETTER CARRIERS’ OFFICE. Delivery of Irish Letters finished on the 29th of April, at 12 o clock, noon. THE MORNING REGISTER. -DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, The Chester Mail has arrived. CHINA. Sincapore Chronicles to the 23d of November have been received. They contain an extract
30 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION FROM ENGLAND.

EMIGRATION FROM ENGLAND.

A party of emigrants for North America, amounting to souls, of all ages, passed through this city about a fortnight since, on their way Liverpool, and thence to New York. They are all from the parishes of Timberland, Blankney, Martin, and the neighbourhood, and some of them will
30 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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WANTS.

WANTS.

WANTED by a Family residing near Dublin, an English Gentleman, as Tutor, to superintend the education of three young Gentlemen. He must be perfectly competent to instruct them in Science, Classics, and the French Language. A liberal salary will be given. Letters to be addressed
30 April 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WESTMEATfi ELECTION.

WESTMEATfi ELECTION.

Our private Parliamentary Correspondent informs us, that Monday evening the Chairman of the Committee this Election, "reported H. M. TUITK tlie sitting Member." The and subsequent investigation and commission has the parties an enormous sum. THE HINDS —LONDON, MONDAY The Funds a
30 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ifclfosit Commfvjftiii c

Ifclfosit Commfvjftiii c

Commfvjftiii THURSDAY* Mitch, 100 (Mh k. ft. T. Y. C. Mr Hoaldtwoitk’i c. Bhcltlock, out Loo, 8»f. 31b.. I Udoy». f. Wofol-Miracle, B.t. 31b 3 (• 4 oR.Mr HouldtDorth’i o. The Kinr’t Plato of WRgt. fas four yr. oldi, Hit; fire yra. 11st. 91b.; six yrs, and axed, ltd. R. C. Mr Riaf
30 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
oniilr.

oniilr.

The proper distinction in all the discontents people jis into Protestant and Catholic,”—(Loud cheers.} The being labouring Catholics, met with all those i oppressions I have described, and would probably have con- I tinued in full submission had not very severe treatment blown t
30 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
to the C'harcb. The Bill related them tern |ioralities of the Church, and uol its doctrines. The doctrines of the

to the C'harcb. The Bill related them tern |ioralities of the Church, and uol its doctrines. The doctrines of the

Church had no connection with the State. The Church would protect its own doctrines, and it was uncharitable in the Noble Lord, professing so much interest for the Church as he did, to cast out such imputations against those to whose care the coocerns the Church were confided. T
30 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland