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BISHOP'S LEASES TO BE SOLD.

BISHOP'S LEASES TO BE SOLD.

BISHOP'S LEASES SOLD. COUNT Y OF ROSCOMMON AND COUNTY OF Lands of -BUKNDRU.U, BALLYMORE, anH-LISSERDREA, in the County Roscommon, held Lease undefc tiie See of Elnhin, and the Lands of and EMLKFAD,in the County Sligo, held Leases under the See ot Killala, will lie Sold bv Private
25 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COLIN IKS ''IVHONK AND DONEGAL. TO SOLD, the ESTATES.of late Sir JAMES GALHRAITH, Bart., situated iu the above Counties. The

COLIN IKS ''IVHONK AND DONEGAL. TO SOLD, the ESTATES.of late Sir JAMES GALHRAITH, Bart., situated iu the above Counties. The

Estates are held by Lease, under the See of Upon the Urney Estate, there an excellent Mansion. House suited large Family—a Demesne 147 Acres, highly improved aud planted; »uod Gardens and extensive Offices. Also, HOUSE, No. 42, Nortn Great George's-xtreet, Dublin. . Application
25 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MORAVIAN -MISSIONS—On the IVX 27t1» of APRIL, SERMONS will preached in (he CHURCH of the UNITED BRETHREN, Bishop •street, Twelve

MORAVIAN -MISSIONS—On the IVX 27t1» of APRIL, SERMONS will preached in (he CHURCH of the UNITED BRETHREN, Bishop •street, Twelve

the Morning, ami Seven o'Clock the Evening, when Collections will be made in aid the above Missions. Donations from thine who cannot attend, thankfully received William* Jackson, Graf mo- treet; Jo-ieph Jones, Kali-mines Road; Joseph Dixon, R. W. Ostwrue. 5, Eustace-street; Alex
25 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS Situation, Land Steward, an active Man, Englishman, without any iinily, who lived years iu lis last place, and combines

WANTS Situation, Land Steward, an active Man, Englishman, without any iinily, who lived years iu lis last place, and combines

a knowledge of the English, Scotch, Irish systems; is well acquainted with sheep and black cattle, and will highly recommended.—Application P. T., No. 9, Mary-street, or Mr. Thomas Simpson, No. 1, College-green, will he respectfully attended to.
25 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RGPKAL or t rib I EST ACTS.

RGPKAL or t rib I EST ACTS.

RGPKAL t rib EST ACTS. will he seen, in reference to the Report of the Parliamentary proceedings, that the different clauses the Bill for the Repeal the Corporation and Test Acts, with the exception of two, the consideration which deferred till have passed through a Committee the
25 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

Charles ReV., Esq. and! IJURSUANT ait others, Order made this Plaintiffs; Cause, bearing date the John Conolly, Esq., and day of April, instant, ) others, will oil THURSDAY, the Defendants. Ist day MAY my ■ ■ —-—■ J Chambers, us*-quay, at the of one o'clock afternoon, set up to
23 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS,

BIRTHS,

On the inst., the Lady of William H. Bradish, Esq York-street, of a son. In St. the 17th inst., the Lady George Halahan, Esq. of a son. Belfast, on the 15th inst., the Lady of Gorges Irvine, Esq. of a son.
23 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EASTER TERM

EASTER TERM

tieing iha sitliug day tlii. Term, th« were with the usual furuittlilie*.
26 April 1828 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEK

IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEK

Wheat, qr*.; Barley, ; Mali. qr*; Oats, qr« Rye, Beans, j Peas, qrs. Flour, Racks. Irish— Wheat, Galway 350, Limerick 401. Flour, from Dundalk 120, 58. Oats, from Castle* Galway Limerick 1220, Loudon derry Xewry 880, Sligo Westport 1211* Wexford 437. Foasioa—Tares, from Nantes C
26 April 1828 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN CUNNINGHAM

JOHN CUNNINGHAM

IN announcing to his and the Public the arrival of those TEAS, begs leave to assure them that he is determined to offer them foiJsale, at the lawest possible prices, they can be had any Ware Uouse in the Empire. This he can afford realize, as he the sole Proprietor, and need not
24 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland