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BELFAST SESSIONS.

BELFAST SESSIONS.

These .Sessions commenced here on Monday last, before Wm. Deane Freeman. Etq. Assistant Barrister, •nd respectable Bench of Magistrate*. The Brat two dsys were occupied ia hearing ciril bill cat**; none of which, far we bare heard, excited cdt great iolerest. Wednesday (no»n<D|?
26 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES PUBLIC SECURITIES, i• 11mturrsu*T, *pmn. Book Stock I Uop. Stock per ct .... Con# 3 per r*ot per cl

PRICES PUBLIC SECURITIES, i• 11mturrsu*T, *pmn. Book Stock I Uop. Stock per ct .... Con# 3 per r*ot per cl

Loan Red (joe. Stuck, per rent.. I per cent Got. I>eb. per cent «i per cent, SNOLUM.—TVSSUAT. ti. Bank Stock Red. per Cents Red. 3 per Cent# Poor per Con#, 3 percent#. _ Cun#. forAeet ... 9* .
26 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
OLD ESTABLISHED LIVERY STABLES. TO BE EE' THE Concerns Grafton’ssion of Mr. Joyce, (being ] Thomas Rochfobt, Esq., for such

OLD ESTABLISHED LIVERY STABLES. TO BE EE' THE Concerns Grafton’ssion of Mr. Joyce, (being ] Thomas Rochfobt, Esq., for such

on. Proposals in writing only, wi Stbebeman
26 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SOUTHERN REPORTER, AM) CORK COMMERCIAL COURIER.

THE SOUTHERN REPORTER, AM) CORK COMMERCIAL COURIER.

THE KINO’S BIRTH DAY VICE-REOAL VOLET. Dubi.lN, Amui. •dd—There was a hall and Supper at the Castle lost night, in honour the Anniversary his Most Gracious Majesty’s birth. The company began to arrive at o'clock, and ten the suite ot rooms was thrown open. In few minutes after,
26 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FETE AT DEVONSHIRE HOUSE.

THE FETE AT DEVONSHIRE HOUSE.

A more than usual attention to display was observed this occasion. In addition to all the apartments there was added a superb Eastern Tent, termed at the top of the noble flight of steps.and directly communicating with the grand ball, or saloon, as it is now called, and the stat
26 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
, BIRTH. ntliclOth ultimo, at Catalan bay, Gibraltar, the Lndy * hseuienantM. Jenkins, 12th Foot, ot‘ oson. MARRIAFES. Jn Thursday

, BIRTH. ntliclOth ultimo, at Catalan bay, Gibraltar, the Lndy * hseuienantM. Jenkins, 12th Foot, ot‘ oson. MARRIAFES. Jn Thursday

mortiing, at S>. Mary’s Shandon, the v. Dr Quarry, Air. John Henry Wynne Hall, to Fran* Wc daughter of the late Captain Isaac Jones, and of Aldernnan Baac Jones, of thin City. Mary's Church, Ynughal, by the Rev. W. ,on the23d inst. Mr. Richard Filkington, Spirit Merchant, Miss C
26 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK MARKETS—APRIL 2fi.

CORK MARKETS—APRIL 2fi.

G (lAIN.—The supplies are falling off as the season advances, and the trifling fluctuation in prices is occasioned the quality market. Since our last tlo re rise on Wheat, and the same on Oats, while Barley has declined per barrel. The following are the returns, the average and
26 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
(Vol YU.—No. I.)

(Vol YU.—No. I.)

26 April 1828 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland