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BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEW,4. tl~e ?? Chieftain, Owens, for Liverpool, sails tidav, Tuesday, 29th April, at nine o'clock in the moria- ,nrd the Corsair, Goodwin, on Sunday next, 4th May, DVll o'clock in the forenoon. i,,,k Ranger, Savage, for London, clears on Saturday. j'ie steamer Fingal
29 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS, FRIDAY, APRIL 25. SUGAR... Not withstanding the late redaction of from to 3s per cwt. in the price of Muscovades, the market has been unusually heavy. At the commencement ot this week there was further decline of lull per cwt., which brought buyers readily, and s
29 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN REPORTER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN REPORTER.

TO THE EDITOR THE SOUTHERN REPORTER. Sir,' —The FacHty which your widely extended Journal affords to persons every denomination saying whatever tend to the public good, induces me to address through your Colurns, a few lines the Wide Street Commissioners relative to that part thi
29 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIDAY, APRIL 2s.

FRIDAY, APRIL 2s.

FRIDAY, APRIL Although we cannot quote the prices of fine samples of M Wat, Barley and lower than on last Monday, still ti» was a dullness in the sale of each of them, that is 'l'Humlt to account for, otherwise than that the dealers appear entertain idea that some further alterat
29 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF I.OUDS—Fbiday,

HOUSE OF I.OUDS—Fbiday,

HOUSE I.OUDS— Fbiday, The LORD CHANCELLOR took his scat on the Woolsack tvvcn'y mii.otts after five o’clock. TOR UINtiTON jircscntcd a petition from parish in Kent, against any lunlicr eoticeasion to the Catholics. Similar pctitiniis acre presented from Cleveland, atul antnher pl
29 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTITUTION; OK. CORK ADVERTISER,

THE CONSTITUTION; OK. CORK ADVERTISER,

Court of King’* Vice Chancellor, the Attorney General, the Solicitor General, tl»e S|)eeker the House of Commons, thfe Chief Commiwbtver Wood* Forests, the Secretary of Slate for Ireland, the Adjutant General, the Quarter Master General, the Clerk of the Closet the Master of the
29 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ELOCUTION. HENRY UPPIWGTON’S i.r.cTUttES WILf. commence on WEDNESDAY EV'ENINO nxi, the install, at Half, past Seven o'clock, at (1 Royal

ELOCUTION. HENRY UPPIWGTON’S i.r.cTUttES WILf. commence on WEDNESDAY EV'ENINO nxi, the install, at Half, past Seven o'clock, at (1 Royal

Institution. 1 April 29.
29 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF.

THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF.

As long since said, think the way is preparing for the Commandership-in-Chief by the Duke of Cumberland. Sir William Knighton’s journey to Hanover, &c., had reference, we believe, to this object. The Crown would then have under its immediate control the Army, Navy, Church, and L
29 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

BRITISH CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

n meeting the British Catholics was held Thursday, the Association-raorns, Thorney-«ti Bloomslmry. It was one the most numerous and respectable which has fieen held for a r.dde time. Among'those present were the Duke of Norfolk, the Karl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lord Stafford, the li
29 April 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
I.ON DON. APRIL

I.ON DON. APRIL

THE FENDS. Ctrr, o’Clock. With the of one or two transactions of there has been little state novel character the English Funds. Consols opened at were done SAk, hut have since advanced to ; E;u lv in the day the (.’liancery Broker purchase .i'IIUHU) Consols at for Tiuml.i) next,
29 April 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland