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THK KING THK PKOPLE AND THE LAW.

THK KING THK PKOPLE AND THE LAW.

29 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tOREIGH INTELLIGENCE.

tOREIGH INTELLIGENCE.

PARIS, APRIL 42. A teleerapWc despatch from Toulon, dated 20th of April, it of the following tenor: On the of March, the Attree frigate took and burnt, at the entrance of the Bay of Tunis, an Algerine comairof six guns and slaty men. This corsair and that which is blockaded in C
29 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PKR 11. SU O CONTRA RIO.

PKR 11. SU O CONTRA RIO.

PKR 11. CONTRA RIO. THE LORD LIEUTENANT. The ardent wish which Lord Anglesey has evinced, to promote the interest and trade of the Metropolis, by giving his personal attendance whenever it was suggested that his presence would contribute to the benefit of the labouring part of th
29 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION.

AUCTION.

SAMUEL STERNE, Silk Manufacturer, will Sell his his ensire Stock in Trade of lutestrings, tabinets, velvets, ribbor.s, &c. THURSDAY, Ist of MAY, and following days, by AUCTION, at No. 2, Skinner-row, where they have been removed for convenience of sale ; after which (on the prem
29 April 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPKIKVE FOR HANLON.

REPKIKVE FOR HANLON.

Sunday evening a Reprieve arrived in tins ( ity, for the inifortunateyounginan Hanlon, w!m pleaded guilty at the late Assizes, for a forgery on the Branch Ban’s of Ireland in this city. The escape he has had from the eztremcsen- nee of the law, should operate as warning to 1 mis
29 April 1828 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
- ' |MB ■ ,’l Ned Uvan, for the murder of Dan*l Mara, on E’vei the First dav of October

- ' |MB ■ ,’l Ned Uvan, for the murder of Dan*l Mara, on E’vei the First dav of October

near the '£A‘ fcejehy to HUNDRED POUNDS, Per-on or Persons who shall lodge the said James Walter Grace, Darby Brien, and Nedßyan. any r hi. Majesty’s Gaols, or the Sum of of bis Majesty p OUNI iS, . . „,,. every of the said Persons so charged with the who shall be apprehended an
29 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF D OVER HUNDRED.

COURT OF D OVER HUNDRED.

COURT OF OVER HUNDRED. A Court was held yesterday, for the purpose of electing Governors of the Work House or Foundling Hospital, for the ensuing year, and passing certain Corporation Accounts. Rev. Doctor Webb, was proposed to fill the place of the late Edward Pope, Esq. and Rev
29 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED. TWENTY OR THIRTY WELL CONDUCTED OPERATIVE 'CABINET MAKEftS. —• THE above number of Men pelraanent seat of employment anjjnihe/alju’nges,

WANTED. TWENTY OR THIRTY WELL CONDUCTED OPERATIVE 'CABINET MAKEftS. —• THE above number of Men pelraanent seat of employment anjjnihe/alju’nges,

by applying to any of the Master of the City of Cork, or to Edward lB, Duncau- Street; by letter fpost paid.) April 26.
29 April 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
611 IP PIN G IN TEL LIGENCE

611 IP PIN G IN TEL LIGENCE

6 11 IP PIN G IN TEL LIGENCE Arrived.— Shaw Stewart, Brown, Greenock, sundries ; Pendora, Waterford, deals ; Pensemento Felix, St. llbo*;, salt. 'Flic following vessels were Tarbert Roaik :—Maria, l\M.aven, Glasgow, grain Ceres, Liverpool, grain- Isaliella, Stornaway, grain ; Tra
29 April 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSOCIATION

ASSOCIATION

Parish Killallora.v, County Clare—J. Molony and D. Linihan, Churchwardens —The Rent is being collected ; there are sixteen collectors ; no turning out of the peasantry ; no new reformation ; no persecution of parents by fanatics ; amount of church rates, one penny per acre ; no
29 April 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland