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APOTHECARIES’ HALL PURSUANT to thttir late regulations, the Governor and Directors give Notice that Dr. Clinton will commence a Course

APOTHECARIES’ HALL PURSUANT to thttir late regulations, the Governor and Directors give Notice that Dr. Clinton will commence a Course

of Lectures, on Medical Botany, in their Lecture-room, at the Hall, on Tuesday, the 6th May, at eight o’clock in the morning. For further particulars apply to Mr. Allen, die Apothecaries’ Hall. j NICHOLLS. Sec. April 521 st, 1826.
26 April 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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C NEW-YORK flaxseed. <Sab»criHfr i« Lindinir, tx Ihn Jotephint, NEW YORK, »nd offtr. for SALE, BttAmit FLAXSEED, Br.oded “1828.” JAMES MILLER. 57, DoMgmlUstrMt. {Ms Wsrch, I* *- To Builders and Architects. NOTICE is hereby eieen, that I shall attend at COURT-HOUSE, in Belfast, at
26 April 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRAND FANCY BALL,

GRAND FANCY BALL,

T the ROTUNDA, on the 9th MAY, under the Patronage oi’his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, the Right Hon. the Ladies Paokt, the Right lion, the Mayor and Lady Mayoress, &c. '^c. The profits thereofto be appropriated to building an I.ifant School in the Mendicity Institution. Furt
26 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS IX CPPKK CANADA.

LANDS IX CPPKK CANADA.

LANDS IX CANADA. TIIL Canada Company having completed their arrangements with his Majesty’s Government for tha PURCHASE of LANDS in UPPER CANADA, ar. now prepared to DISPOSE these LANDS to Persona desirous settle in that Country. A Prospectus, containing a general description of
26 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THK EDITOR OF THB EVENING PACKET.

TO THK EDITOR OF THB EVENING PACKET.

TO EDITOR THB EVENING PACKET. SIR, , . , IT not being customary -with me to bring before the public, the names of persons whose Impediments of speech I have cured, yet having the permission of Mr. Berminghain, MDlbrook, Co.' Galway, to Insert the peculiar case of his Son, 1 am in
26 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM THE ROYAL ESTABLISHMENT, LONDON. WRITING, Patronized by the Royal Families of England and France, and subsequently several Thousand Persons

FROM THE ROYAL ESTABLISHMENT, LONDON. WRITING, Patronized by the Royal Families of England and France, and subsequently several Thousand Persons

of tU« Srst respectability the United Kingdom
26 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF TH» D. E. POST-

TO THE EDITOR OF TH» D. E. POST-

Sir—ln the last number of the Quarterly Jieiiesr just published, article lias appeared, purporting to a review Report tlie Commissioners of Education regarding the College Maynooth. The title which the article bears is nut thin and awkward disguise which the author would conceal
26 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCOTLAND. REGULAR WEEKLY CONVEYANCE TO AND 1-HOVI GLASGOW. The (Var-Office and Commercial Sieam Packet, Burthen, 300 Tons, JAMES NEWTON, COMMANDER,

SCOTLAND. REGULAR WEEKLY CONVEYANCE TO AND 1-HOVI GLASGOW. The (Var-Office and Commercial Sieam Packet, Burthen, 300 Tons, JAMES NEWTON, COMMANDER,

WILL Sail direct fcr GREENOCK and GL ASGOW, with OOODS and PASSENGERS, on THIS DAY, (Sutuidny,) the 26th. Apiil, at o’clock afternoon. Refreshments provided on board at moderate rates. The KHIN will continue to Sail every Saturday. For Freight Passage, apply on Board, or to DAVI
26 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland