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DECLARATIONS

DECLARATIONS

Of Insolvency filed lout week, with the dates of hearing May 7. John M‘Garty, of Barrack-street, Dublin, pensioner. May 8. Charles Dundalk, Co. l.outh, baker. James Banahan, Coombe,-Dublin, grocer. Cathtrine Coyle, of Monastereven, Co. Kildare, widow. Samuel Hal), of Ranelag 1 -
21 April 1828 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, 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
 
INTERESTING FACTS.

INTERESTING FACTS.

A* the epu"h, when terror covered France with aoeff dds and tears, a young lady, equally illustrious birh and celebrated for beauty, the Princess Fanny Lubom-rska, was in Paris. In the midst of inn convulsion, she relied for her Security the protection of the law of nations, and
26 April 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR D-A PHIL 19.

FOR D-A PHIL 19.

A of the Magistretes is lobe brid St Ennisoorthy, on Friday nex', to take into uonsi« deration some matters oonneoied with the pol'Je tfiwcoaniv- is understood that of the funds raised lor th» support ol tins establishment, ‘.here has been a misapplication to ain os*, alarming r
26 April 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
VACCINATION,

VACCINATION,

the Editor of th*, Tipperary Free Frees. Sis— The anonymous .gnmunicatien given in your list paper from Easmi the Cow-Pock” (the of which has been long adopted, with very few excep,ions indeed, by the inlelligeat aad enlightened in every quarter of the Globe, aad only rejected b
26 April 1828 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
EVANGELICAL SOCIETY

EVANGELICAL SOCIETY

On Monday the Annual Meeting of this Society was held at the Lecture-room of the Dublin Institution. Colonel PALHSER, in Ike i'hnir. The Ilcv. Mr. Cooper read the Report of the slate of the Society for the last year, which it appealed that the amount of subscriptions was £2,470
26 April 1828 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
– THE CLONMEL lIERAL!)

– THE CLONMEL lIERAL!)

- THE CLONMEL biicnor L)«riiioUy, lor p ocutme and ottfi , ami coin, llic23<loi Utc<mber l.p monllis. Patrick nail, fol ILe —:Td lie miprinonril incmlis and put to liatd labour. Bridget Ttioliv. i qrmniltedas vagrant.— , find rccui ily widiui ,5 in £5. and Mircties in £'i each ot
2 April 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS

THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS

General Saldanha has arrived at the residence of the Portuguese Ambassador, in South Audleystreet, from Lisbon. Last accounts from Trinidad state, that 76 of the Ist Royals lay sick in Hospital. Two shocks of an earthquake were distinctly felt at Baltimore last February. At Taun
19 April 1828 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
oscoironnr aits comfort. -•»>»»»»■ GENTLEMEN, MERCHANTS FAMILIES VISITING DiJJILIN, Are rttpecl/ully ia¥uted make trial <tf H O S (CCOS t

oscoironnr aits comfort. -•»>»»»»■ GENTLEMEN, MERCHANTS FAMILIES VISITING DiJJILIN, Are rttpecl/ully ia¥uted make trial <tf H O S (CCOS t

JSOTSX., WHICH has been style of Comfort and Convenience, similar to the Commercial Ho* lets in England, and the prices have been regulated a scale little mare than one-half thoee charged elsewhere. To Gentlemen connected with Law proceedings, this Establishment will be found to
19 April 1828 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
admiration. Whenever she passed through the ancient but small town of Mondon, in tht Pays de Vaud, in her frequent

admiration. Whenever she passed through the ancient but small town of Mondon, in tht Pays de Vaud, in her frequent

visits to Lausanne, she was accustomed to quit her attendants, for the purpose of visiting the public cemetery, where she temaini'd some time alone and uninterrupted; and, her return, her countenance betrayed the melancholy feelings which possessed her. It was over the humble an
16 April 1828 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland