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DISCOVERIES IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

DISCOVERIES IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

(From ilia Australian Of Sept. 5.) Mr. Cunninghiamt, ± Colonial Collector for the Royal Gardens at Kew, ?? yesterday, after an absence of nearly si ofhs prfessional tour to thle northward. Whe 1 ~sa~ nthis last excursion, his intention was no osntrate to the West of Liveipool Pl
18 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION ?? like 1iPEXISES* on TUIESDA Y thke 22d April nerx oNyE Chgf, (Sf lot IrTeiusmly disposed of by .Privote HE olU(MSE and STORES in H IG H-STREET, T at ?? occupied by the SUBSCRI5EItS, containing 241 Feet hoo io Front, intludisig a Large Gateway en- lra a., X
15 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIFTH DAT—WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16,

FIFTH DAT—WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16,

FIFTH DAT —WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, This day the trial ol William Bowles wa* resumed, and comraeuced the examination Martin Karansgh, who was crow-examined at great length Mr. Hayes. in the course ot Martin Kavanagb’s crossexamination, it wos asked biro by Mr. Hayes was not Mr. Walla
19 April 1828 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On Tuesday the Islh inst., in Lucan Chnrch, hythe Bev. Fielding Ould, Perpetual Curate of Lncon, Lieut. Colonel \Vm. H. M. Hodder, eldest son of W'm. 11. SI. Hndder, Esq. of iloddersfteld, in the County of Cork, to Charlotte, daughter of the late and sister of the present Sir Ni
19 April 1828 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC QUESTION.

CATHOLIC QUESTION.

ia said th-tt the diacuatiao upon the Catholic question ia postponed until the 13th of May. ia also aaid that Mr. Brougham ia about to take office. Doth reat upon mean authority, but we do oot pledge ouraelrea for their accuracy. A “great sensation,” (aa we phrase in Patlaod) wa
19 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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19 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEMENT TO SitJbltii

LEMENT TO SitJbltii

DUBLIN AUXILIARY TO THE LONDON HIBERNIAN SOCIETY. Thn Annual Meeting of thit Society took place Saturday, the Rotunda. There wae a nume. roua attendance, compused principally latliee and clttldran. Shortly after twelve o'clock Admiral Oliver called to the Chair. The Secretary. Mr
19 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CF-N't* RETfIRNS.

CF-N't* RETfIRNS.

Pinshfiof mid rurhriKtotiD, Mn’li.—Catholic!, 3,315 ;oHi»r T. Biukr, I*. I*. Kilrcrian, ; Froittiauti, • Rev. \Vn». mui« , P. P. Tytlaroel, Clu^urr.—Catb<*llr« ; Prota«»*nt* Pre«- hvtrnaiu, and I>is>ciiU:i«, 2,451.—Hr». Arnold M. Maltou, PP. London Cohn Exchange, April ll v.« ba
19 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANK OF KNGLAND.

BANK OF KNGLAND.

BANK KNGLAND. It is positively stated, that during the past week it has been debated in the Bank Parlour— Whether the Directors should not make an immediate representation to Government of the necessity of repealing the Small Notes’ Bill.!’ Symptoms of Wah We are enabled to state
17 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland