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KDt, «nd why should not they have changed their opinions •s wall others— Mr. Browulow for InsUoce. (Cheers Sir John

KDt, «nd why should not they have changed their opinions •s wall others— Mr. Browulow for InsUoce. (Cheers Sir John

Burke had not, he said, been in Dublin f»r some time, and lie should now first espress his regret publicly. for not bavin? been able to attend lie fourteen (lass meeting. He was also sorry that more notice had not been given of the dinner to Ids noble friend, which he should hav
14 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN AUXILIARY TO

DUBLIN AUXILIARY TO

THE LONDON HIBERNIAN SOCIETY. The Aenual Meeting of this Society took place on Saturday, the Rotunda. There was a nume. rous attendance, composed principally of ladies and children. Shortly after twelro o’clock Admiral Olirer was called to the Chair. The Secretary, Mr. Hume, read
14 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE Kil'l’lEST TIME.

THE Kil'l’lEST TIME.

Wlien »re we happiest! —w hen the light of morn Withes the young rosci from their crimson rest; When cheerful sonmls, upon the fresh winds borne, Tell roan resumes his work with blighter zest; V| bile the bright waters leap from rock to glen— Are the happiest then ? Alas, those
12 April 1828 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO I‘KVEU HOSPITAL.

SLIGO I‘KVEU HOSPITAL.

ih Hospilirl id inti, 14 Admitted sinte, iyitchuvgett ctit'c(Jj ..................... 2 ... 1 itei/winiiig in Hospital ••a••••••••••••• 17-20 & M MUNN, Kcgwcr. Afjii 10, 1828. .COUNT RODOLSH, P TO BIAND THIS SEASON, From ihe 10th April to the 10rt July, , i. A* :,.i. •/■, Ballym
11 April 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SKETCH OF MICH.'IT. OT.CCHLIX, severity whii-li Mt upon liit v«»t «nJ visage, lie was Jelermincd n»i iu this unwarrantable proceediiijt.

SKETCH OF MICH.'IT. OT.CCHLIX, severity whii-li Mt upon liit v«»t «nJ visage, lie was Jelermincd n»i iu this unwarrantable proceediiijt.

As he a<l«Aocd, Ned Hickman, stood appaUed, and, mu of the futility of re-1 iMonatianect let loose the held which he had the CoDßSrllor, while the latter, with that Involuntary and somewhat reluct slit, but inesHaWe submission, which is instinctively pate to great ilttla men, ob
11 April 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
wants

wants

going abroid. wish td olttahi Siiuiriun for,* steodjr, middle-agsd Woman, who is widow with- Out any ;sh« cMeliant servant in every respect, and in whom eonf JenCe can be placed she would would have no objvction to attend an elderly Lady, or take charge, of Children, go as Upper
23 April 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WATUKFORD

WATUKFORD

IAKKETS I, Savi rbat, Butler. H'heal. Oat*. 1 «. d. i. d. i. d, ». d. «. d. ». d. Sat 100 100 3* Oto »ft Mon 0 00 0 S4 0 00 00 0 0 S4 00 10 Wed 101 00 0 14 0T 0 It 0 Thar 0 00 0 14 10 00 Prid 0T;0 100 0 14 26 0 Our Batter market well tapplied the loot two day*, from the neighbou
19 April 1828 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION SOCIEL'Y

EDUCATION SOCIEL'Y

To establish Free Schools, for the Doctrinal, Moral and Useful Insti action of the Poor, patbov: the Catholic ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN, Presioent —The Right Hon. Lord CLONCURRY. IMIE kind indi»idu»U who h*»« col- JL lect the FREE SCHOOLS* GIFT in their respeo live Districts, are bes
18 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROMAN’ CATHOLIC LAND TAX.

ROMAN’ CATHOLIC LAND TAX.

Mr. G. HANKES moved the postponement of the further consideration of the report upon the Bill to Monday next.—Agreed to. NEW POST-OFFICE. Sir R. GORDON moved for a return the suras expended in providing site for the New Post-office, and building the same—distinguishing the propo
19 April 1828 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
-Song L)uet Lett,

-Song L)uet Lett,

18 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland