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. . , irwihi-rb-rrlt-r, ai»d as ihe poor aftJ rit were tic ns i!i» S'me ilaracter »i«te *»isteil e\«r «i

. . , irwihi-rb-rrlt-r, ai»d as ihe poor aftJ rit were tic ns i!i» S'me ilaracter »i«te *»isteil e\«r «i

ce. ,) dv *uffici*nUy separated, huikU up religion as Now’mark some •»» It erueU tn action ib« m>ther Varrier between them.—(Hear, hear, hear!) The loth, that for preventing the misihiefs men- deling,, which is thus generated, tinned, shall be lawful for any Magistrate e P* in ,
21 April 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARIOT TO BE SOLD.

CHARIOT TO BE SOLD.

CHARIOT BE SOLD. f''O SOLD, excellent and fashionable Chariot, .L painted light yellow, and in the best condition, having imperial, chaise-box and drop-boxes in front, and bind dickey, drag-chain and slail'. will sold reasonable. Apply at No. 92, D-ggot street, from ten two o’clo
21 April 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MORNING REGISTER

THE MORNING REGISTER

benefit the poor) repress the abuses of the poor laws, in the eery different effect which the system has produced the northern and southern counties.— Globe. HOUSE OF LORDS —Fbidat. The Royal assent was *Wen hy commission several public and private bills. The second reading the
21 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH COURT.

THE IRISH COURT.

The attendance at the Drawing-room on Thursday evening was infinitely superior in splendour lo any which we have witnessed since our respected Viceroy assumed the government. The company began lo sr rive at half past eight o’clock, and before ten the rooms filled out for the rec
21 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PKOU TUE LONDON GAZETTE, APK7L 15.

PKOU TUE LONDON GAZETTE, APK7L 15.

John and F. Hayes, and Chas. M‘Callum, Albury Mills, Surry, paper mauulacturers—G. Stevenson, Johnstrect, London, coaclr-maker—J. Evans and John Worrall, Livcrjjool, drapers—Jos. lies and Gliomas Hes, Clialford, Gloucestershire, clothiers—Rich. Carruthers, Gracecburchstreet, Lon
21 April 1828 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC AFFAIRS—CONCOHOAT.

CATHOLIC AFFAIRS—CONCOHOAT.

Mr. H. MAXWELLi In presenting petilinna from various parishes in Cavan, against the Cathode Claims, said, that during the recess there had been rumours the Government being engaged in negeeiation* with the Ceurt of Roms to effee Concordat the subject Catholic Affaire wished to k
21 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANK Of IUELAND, 16. 1828. NOTICE hereby given, that all Billi and Promissory Notes, which may be in the bank,

BANK Of IUELAND, 16. 1828. NOTICE hereby given, that all Billi and Promissory Notes, which may be in the bank,

falling due on the 23d April Instant, (the day directed observed as his Majesty’s Birth-day) will be demanded *n the preceding day, usual. Order. THOS WILLIAMS, Sec.
21 April 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARISH OF ST. BRIDGET'S.

PARISH OF ST. BRIDGET'S.

PARISH ST. BRIDGET'S. Friday, sipril 18, 1828. A HIGHLY respectable MEETING of tb« Parishioners was this day held for the purpose presenting PIECE OF PLATE Mr* THOMAS ROBINSON, who has been upwards of forty years Organist of that Parish. The Chair was taken the Rev. J. A. AM, our
21 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IVTHEREAS by Order ▼ ▼ made lu these Causes,' bearing date this day, thfe Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer is required to

IVTHEREAS by Order ▼ ▼ made lu these Causes,' bearing date this day, thfe Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer is required to

set Public Cant, to the highest and fairest bidder, that part of Croagh, iu the County of Limerick, formerly held by ''the Representatives of Cornelius O'Brien, and latterly the Representatives of Denis Casey, and granted in Custodian* the second and third these Causes and also
21 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FEE SIMPLE ESTATES.

FEE SIMPLE ESTATES.

COUNTY KILKENNY. TO HE SOLD, the Fee and Inheritance of the Lauds DON EM A* GAN, containing Acres ; also the Lands and containing Acres, including Acres under valuable Timber, Oak, Ash, and Birch, well preserved. set determinable Leases, and produces yearly £451 1 5s. lOd. sterl
21 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland