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i,ion just dispose of—of tb« Hon. Member for Dor- I WOOD considered that the 2s. rate of duty "«elv cloc

i,ion just dispose of—of tb« Hon. Member for Dor- I WOOD considered that the 2s. rate of duty "«elv cloc

the scale, and tend to give it an ill odour, conferring anv additional protection to agnou'- ': ACLAND urged his Hon. Friend to withdraw ‘intent, was not worth while haggle for la. ih ..rcat animus had Itccn evinced Ministers to ,hW the Agricultural Interest. 10 fpFEL hailed wit
29 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE LOROS—THURSDAY, APRIL 24 The Duke Cumberland took the oaths and his sent. Lord KENYON presented petitions from

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE LOROS—THURSDAY, APRIL 24 The Duke Cumberland took the oaths and his sent. Lord KENYON presented petitions from

four parishes in the county of Down against granting further concessions to the Roman Catholics. , Similar petitions were presented by the Earl of M inchelsea, from the Inhabitants of Margate; by the Bishop of London, from the President and Fellows Sion College, London, and from
29 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

War Offire, April 24. 9th Regiment of Foot—Howell Paynter, Gent., to be Ensign, without pnrehase, vice Murray, appointed o the 4id Foot. l6th ditto—Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Bird to be lieutenant- Colonel, withont purchase. Brevet Major Thomas Derenzy Turner to be Major, v
29 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DOWNPATRICK DISCUSSION

DOWNPATRICK DISCUSSION

DOWNPATRICK (Continned from our last.) Wednesday. —The Chairmen having taken their the Rev. F. Hincks, Killilcagh, asked the gentlemen opposite, what is meant by Tradition ? The Rev. D. Curoe said, that by tradition Is meant a viva voce transmission to posterity certain doctrines
29 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
pay '.onlo proposed Ministers aay sellisli motives, but from a conviction that it did not afford any protection the Hritish

pay '.onlo proposed Ministers aay sellisli motives, but from a conviction that it did not afford any protection the Hritish

fanner. Mr. Secretary PEEL <»ave full credit to the Hon. Gentleman for the sincerity of his motives. Sir T. GOOCH supported the resolutions proposed by Government. The question, he observed, was a national one, which, course, mutual concessions should made; and it must tbe wish
29 April 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS,

DEATHS,

In Upper William-street, Limerlek, Mrs. Sbejinard, of the SiKietv of Eriends. Cbureh-strcct, Ennis, the wife Mr. D. Callaher. Alonday, to the inexpressible grief ol a fondly attached family, and deeply regretted numerous and highly respectable connexions, Eleanor, wife of Willia
29 April 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL

IMPERIAL

house of LOU Lord Cjj*n< j,. Woolsack ** «VBJ»CTB fha Mafq ■ « c»rw of the Irtpsctabla mem fusion, praying for that now dissection, and ,l.r attention of the Irtsfrom the Fhysi. oils** the Medical Ladon ; anoliier f ,. Rdiuburgh, i ■C*barter; another fi tJurgeonsof rfwsler; and
29 April 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

A Strong bay Mare, rising fire years old, hands high, perfectly trained to single and double harness, and so gentle that a Child might drive her, every engagement and a fair trial will be given. To be seen at 120, Coombe. AN Outside Car, nearly new, with cushions and harnes com
29 April 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORN APRIL 25.

DUBLIN CORN APRIL 25.

Inconsequence of the sowing season being almost over, there was good supply of almost all descriptions of Grain market to-day, and no alteration in prices. Average Price of Wheat and Flour, Oil per Sack. Receintn 11 4R ft ,8t * 0 011 73®4 from ,4s 10 le / ' - from 5s Bread—Quart
29 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ELFFAST PROTESTANT PETITION.

ELFFAST PROTESTANT PETITION.

ELFFAST PROTESTANT PETITrO-. 'Tre followintg is a copy of the Petition which IMlS been ?? &fr signature in this town and its rci- llity To ehr Right ion,. and Ron. tke Knigids, Citizens, and Bur-: veeseg, of tie United ICingdoa of Great Britain and Iretand, , in Parliament asseem
29 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland