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SELECT WINES.’

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J tUTHER has in bis WINE VAULTS (Main• Street) great variety of French, Spanish Portuguase, Madeira, an.l Cape WISES, in and Bottle, which (having been relocted for him with t W greatest eare, and invaßably from the highest priced tiualitwa) he can safely recommend to the Gentry
14 June 1828 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE UOMISII tSTION, -1 Tin’s quretion \v»s (irtuight on in the of Lords on Monrtry ov»nirtg ; but tbould net

THE UOMISII tSTION, -1 Tin’s quretion \v»s (irtuight on in the of Lords on Monrtry ov»nirtg ; but tbould net

he st all surprised (he Question were got rid a sidewind o.otion, a neutralizing resolution. It (I that (here ate many ?rote» ants arx'ots to set the question at rest ami for ever, and lhat nonie are pi spared to propose an agreement the matter upon the following lerma : First—A
14 June 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, JUNK 12.

DUBLIN, JUNK 12.

The Lord, Lieutenant dined at the Club-bouae at the Cunath of Kildare, on Tuesday, with tba Turf Club. Upwards of fifty Noblemen and Gentlemen were preaeat, Hia Excellency left the party about 11 o'clock for the Earl Mayo’s. Her Excellency the Marchioness of Anglesey is qnite re
14 June 1828 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CLARE. Elizabeth Locke'l 'T'HE Sale the Town and Lands against X of Bamticke, with the other De- Slr Nathaniel La-

CLARE. Elizabeth Locke'l 'T'HE Sale the Town and Lands against X of Bamticke, with the other De- Slr Nathaniel La-

Lnsminations of the Fee-Simple Estate vlt I’eacocVe, sp.ld Defend.-’nt; as also, the Lands of Bart., & others. Glandree, all in the County of Clare, It J Adjourned to Thursday, the 10th day of July, at One o’clock afternoon, at Chambers, on the Innsquay, Dublin. • Dated this 4th
14 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
spiritual, but iU> more. And, my Lords, ! will ask, does tke King of England exercise any authority in the

spiritual, but iU> more. And, my Lords, ! will ask, does tke King of England exercise any authority in the

concerns of this sect, or could sapetion aa Act Parliament?— Certainly not, aocordinf. to tbs words and nature of that oath; and, long it (avitinuof the Pope must have that power. only slate that, according to the words of that oath, and the nature things, this must be ; but I m
14 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
on dais, and granting other duties in lieu thereof.-Jlead » first time, ordered to be road a second time on

on dais, and granting other duties in lieu thereof.-Jlead » first time, ordered to be road a second time on

Monday n< Mr. DAWSON moved fora copy of the Re|>ort of the Commissioners of the Post-office; and also a copy of the rial presented by the Inn keepers on the Holyhead Road. Onlered. , . . . Sir J. NEWPORT presented a petition, from the tobacco merchants of Dflfdbt, praying for a
14 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRITOWILLE BATHS, BETWEEN lIISIITOWN AND SANDY MOUNT* Etlaltlished the late Mr. CraiifieU. THE Proprietors respectfully inform their Friends and the

TRITOWILLE BATHS, BETWEEN lIISIITOWN AND SANDY MOUNT* Etlaltlished the late Mr. CraiifieU. THE Proprietors respectfully inform their Friends and the

Public, they will commence changing the Water their Plunging Baths for the present Season a second time within the twenty-four hours, on Sunday, the 19th of June, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, and continue so to the remainder of the Season. They decline trespassing
14 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
aware the of army to IrcianJ, t'aseof any public commotlor., w\mld much greater ihsti » provision for the whole the

aware the of army to IrcianJ, t'aseof any public commotlor., w\mld much greater ihsti » provision for the whole the

Komau Catholic clergy. Beyond this claim constitutional right there perfect hafety to the Protestant the condition an undiridedallcgiance to an unalterably Protestant throne. Before I sit down, mast refer to one topic which has been > enlarged upon noble and learned friend the w
14 June 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 June 1828 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY CORK CLUB;

COUNTY CORK CLUB;

FTMIE COUNTY CORK CLUB having provided J. 1 themselves with temporary accommodation, arst desirous of receiving Proposals for Sites, also Plans and y ' Specifications for the erection of a suitable Club-house. •■- Particulars to be ascertained by application to S Taylob, Esq. Tr
14 June 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland