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C. t ulthurst, J. Stewnson, Comt.tu ■i-*» V\ ‘ .Siauic., I'

C. t ulthurst, J. Stewnson, Comt.tu ■i-*» V\ ‘ .Siauic., I'

C. ulthurst, J. Stewnson, Comt.tu ■i-*» .Siauic., uiittj, U. A ■ '• ■ —lit”. 11. Browne, Col-..ifl i'aylor, >l. \ G. Ff. enc i, Rev. ?•!. Freeman, Cope, Cockburn, Sir A, Ir. er, Avchdall. —S’r C. Uovie, Smit
15 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPRIEVE.

REPRIEVE.

Clonmel, Friday. —An express has arrived in town to stay the execution of William Grace, Thomas Maher, Michael Tracy, Michael lamby, James Daniel, and Thomas Keogh, jun. They were sent off for transportation for life under an escort. Ribbonmkn apprehended. —We understand that 21
15 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT NEWS.

COURT NEWS.

Baron Bolow, the Prussian Minister, transacted business with Earl Dudley, on Thursday, at the office of the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, , _ . ~, Despatches were received on Thursday at the Foreign Office. Downing-street, from Viscount Granville, our Ambassador at Lor
15 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT THE CASTLE. T**tcrd«y hi* Enreliency t'h* Lord Lh-oisnant held * which W** attended the j„i «en»e'* The Primate. ArnbhUhep*

AT THE CASTLE. T**tcrd«y hi* Enreliency t'h* Lord Lh-oisnant held * which W** attended the j„i «en»e'* The Primate. ArnbhUhep*

"f Duhlio, Tuam, and C*»hd. 'The Lord Chancellor. Duke Lelnaler. Lord Chief Juallce Klne’* Bench. Chief Justice the Common Picas. The Chief Baron. Master the Roll*. Jcdces—Vandeleur, Johnson, Moor*, Jcbb, The Provost, The Chief Remembrancer. Attorney General. Solicitor-Genet *l.
15 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIGHT.

THE FIGHT.

At an early hour on Tuesday morning, (he roads leading from Bridgnorth and Biiniingham, were crowded by every description of convayunce, hurrying towards Bishopswuod ; and Wolverhampton was very much thronged with individuals from all of the country, who had arrived (he over nig
15 April 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
barony op muskerhy,

barony op muskerhy,

barony muskerhy, The Lands of LOWER CLONMOYLE, containing One hundred and three acres Statute measure, and that part of the Lands of RYLAN, in possession of John and De.vis Sullivan, containing about Statute Acres- The above Lands are part the Estate of Silvkii Cuahlks Olivkii, E
15 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS, FRIDAY, APRIL 11 SUGAR...This market is still very dull. The parcels brought into the market are too inconsiderable to induce purchasers to come forward, except for very limited quantities for immediate use. For strong sugars most exorbitant prices are readily ob
15 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
JUST All RIVED,

JUST All RIVED,

AT THE INDIA TEA, GROCERY. SPICE, WINE, AND SPIMT w}&E-HOUSE, NO. 110, PATRICK-ST., CORNER PRINCE’S-ST. (Entrance to Wine Vaults SrApiril Stole, No. 2, Prince's- St/’rt.) An extensive and well selected l/t direct from the India Honse.^ei of Superior TEAS, ■r the Joshua Carroll.
15 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

Maryi.ebose-Offici:.— Raba t Timm, a builder, at No. 15, EJward-street, Regent’s-park, was charged before Mr. Rawlinson with haring seduced a youn» married lady, and with threatening, afterwards, to her husband. Mr. Win. Henry Ward, the injured party, came for. ward to support t
15 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland