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GERMAN PAPERS.

GERMAN PAPERS.

From tii» Danube, Mav 25.—According to private letter from Vieuna, of the 22J instant) the Austrian government had borrowed the sum of eight millions of imperial florins, of the bouses of Rothschild, Arustein and Eskelee, Gejnciller, and Steiner, upon bills of exchange, payable
12 June 1828 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 June 1828 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
SHERIFF’S COURT. LONDON' MAT 31. Mnjnr l.inilhnni v. 77i(> Jteu, 7J. Mullock. This was a case of rr.n;. con. in

SHERIFF’S COURT. LONDON' MAT 31. Mnjnr l.inilhnni v. 77i(> Jteu, 7J. Mullock. This was a case of rr.n;. con. in

which writ of inquiry bail been issued, the Rev. Defendant had suffered judgment to be entered against him. A jury was accordingly summoned Saturday to assess the amount damages. Mr. James Burcbcil, the Deputy Sheriff presided. opened the case. The learned gentleman stated thalt
12 June 1828 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, &c

ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, &c

•elf, after an apprenticeship a few year* among the Orangemen Ireland, then transplanted to England, and then, bless the mail ! made Chancellor of Exchequer. They had also Peel as Leader of the House of Commons’, and even the aristocracy themselves despise him. The Dutch auction
12 June 1828 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
POSITIVELY limited lew days for receiving new Pupils.—The study of years reduced hours. THE ROYAL EST F.N T, LONDON WRITING

POSITIVELY limited lew days for receiving new Pupils.—The study of years reduced hours. THE ROYAL EST F.N T, LONDON WRITING

patronized the Royal Families of ENGLAND and France, and subsequently several thousand Persons the first respectability in the United Kingdom. Mr. DOHERTY, of the Royal Writing and Short hand Academy, London, bogs leave to inform the Nobility Gentry Dublin, that his stay (for th
9 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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D LSIKABLE RESIDENCE. —TO LET, the County Tyrone, for such tenn may agreed upon, and immediate possession given, DESERTCHEAT HOUSE

D LSIKABLE RESIDENCE. —TO LET, the County Tyrone, for such tenn may agreed upon, and immediate possession given, DESERTCHEAT HOUSE

and DEMESNE. The House is roomy and in good order, with every accommodation for a family. The Demesne, which handsome, contains about fifty Irish acres excellent pasture and tillage land ; well planted with forest trees, and hounded on one side river, (affording good trout fishi
9 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Charles Crawford, Gen* Plaintiff; Charles King Minor, Anne Calhoun, low, his mother and guardian, the said Anne ami others, Defendants.

Charles Crawford, Gen* Plaintiff; Charles King Minor, Anne Calhoun, low, his mother and guardian, the said Anne ami others, Defendants.

' piJRSUANT to the Decree his Majesty 3* High Court Chancery Ireland, made in this Cause, date the P.Kb day c«f June, 1818, and the Order of the same Court, bearing date the 13th day of December, 1826, and a further Or- ' der, bearing date the day May, 1828,1 will on SATURDAY, t
9 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF IRELAND.

STATE OF IRELAND.

Mr. BROWN LOW, iti presenting, accorJing to notice, the petition from the Society for the Improvement Ire-1.1 ml, expressed his regret that there was present at ilie any Minister connected with Ireland to state the intention* Government a question important as the c.tmhtiou of t
9 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

BRITISH CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

JttM St 1989 L A wpirf Hi BCwtiiv «r Um BHlkk CtflwUe Am. ckdan WM Mmoimj, at the Term. b ri»i«niimo« of tko oimAm <l«cfi«ri»n trfin Ik* Lord*, ef the mnbdrp t* taka einrHwrti. Ik* OilMto ud neat Mlnieterlel male, anck Moiety pried tke kedjr BtMek CethelV* lean Ik* rank at tkair
9 June 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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10 0 0 Andrew Rorke, E»q., Tyrrri.town-house, 0 John O'Brien, Esq. No. 5, Mountjoy-square, the General Treasurer for Ireland, but Subscriptions will be received at the Office of this Paper. Subscribers' names will be published once week.
10 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland