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VALE OF HOARDING SCHOOL, COUNTV ANDREW, Principal. At the Easter Catechetical Examination for Religious Instruction, Rev. W.S. GUINNESS, and Rev.

VALE OF HOARDING SCHOOL, COUNTV ANDREW, Principal. At the Easter Catechetical Examination for Religious Instruction, Rev. W.S. GUINNESS, and Rev.

WILLI PURCELL, Examiners, the following young Gentlemen answered iu a superior manner:—James Andrew, James Smytb, Robert Andrew, R.Richards, Edward D'Arcy, Alexander Andrew, Charles Tranton, T.T. Magrath.—Subjects—lu the Old Testament, the History of Joseph.—New Testament, the M
21 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Under the Patronuge the Rt. Hon the Ladies PAGL'I\ who have signified their intention of being present. DEAF AND DUMB.—A

Under the Patronuge the Rt. Hon the Ladies PAGL'I\ who have signified their intention of being present. DEAF AND DUMB.—A

Course (at least four) Public Lectures, the general state of Uneducated and Educated Deaf Mutes, contrasted throughout different periods and circumstances and Death, illustrated a multiplicity authentic and interesting Anecdotes, relative to them, both those conditions, and of E
21 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Stlfojat Commmtal C

Stlfojat Commmtal C

the Virgin M»rj. The fint is picture af the Gabrieli and at the bottom of the page are these wards—* Ca Here a moi, Marie Royne.* la all probability thisboak and the letters were part af the numerous writiags that belonged the Scotch College Douay, which was founded by Mary. Inde
21 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE LET OR SOLD,

TO BE LET OR SOLD,

FROM THE FIRST MAY. The subscribers let »r sell their Interest in that Extensive Concern, which they now occupy. No. 9, ln front, there are I.ARGE DWELLING HOUSE and SHOP; in the re*r YARD and very Extensive STORES ; STABLE, HAY LOFT, and COACH HOUSE. The situation is most desir
21 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the new area if ship

the new area if ship

COnMATA, CAPTAIN RICHARD GOODWIN, Oa SUNDAY next, April, at EIGHT o’clock is the Morning. There Steamer* Sail hence erery SUNDAY and TUESDAY learin* LIVERPOOL for BELFAS !, ere*) WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. VOX &OXSMF. The Smack COURIER, Heathen 2T>th April. FROM LONDON FOR BELFAST. T
21 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fri<T.l that the oti«inal intention of the of these Acts" was that the sacrament should not takeu centers ; hut

Fri<T.l that the oti«inal intention of the of these Acts" was that the sacrament should not takeu centers ; hut

the that man on entering into any Corporation shall the sacrament with regard his religious' belief. Thus, mv Lords, individual whose object it is get into particular office, may feel disposed, naturally enough, to take the sacrameDt before Ins election, merely a' a matter of fo
21 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATUKUAY

SATUKUAY

30 THE EVENING MAIL. CONSTITUTION, THE WHOLE CONSTITUTION, AMI NOTHING T THE CONSTITUTION
21 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

21 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE—THE PRESS.

FRANCE—THE PRESS.

have received the Faria Papers of Tuesday and the Gazelle France, dated Wednesday. The new law respecting the Press was proposed Mon. day, by the Keeper of the Seals. The object of the new law to allow every man, not minor, :to set | foot a Journal; but then heavy security must
21 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TUN OS.

THE TUN OS.

ICNDON. raIDAY. Th* French Mini»tfr‘» Sp proilnml, lei the «iM ingißiii'P, a further decline in our Funds this meriting. As soon as the Market opened some father extensive sales Consols were rasde, and the price went down Bk, seller*. A few good purchasers have since shewn thems
21 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland