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TO BE SOLD, A Five year old Horse, bright bay, with black legs, mane, and tail, 16 hands high, blood

TO BE SOLD, A Five year old Horse, bright bay, with black legs, mane, and tail, 16 hands high, blood

shapes, draws quiet single and double harness, an excellent roadster and carries a lady. To be seen from ten till five o'clock at 51, Williamstreet—price Guineas. TO BE SOLD, A Pair of Carriage Horses, 16 hands high. To be seen from ten to three o’clock, at No. 19, Great George’
13 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOUSE OF LORDS—MOWDAT, JUNE 9. Roman Catholic Question. Ike Marquis LANSOOWNE moved that the regletioo toe House of Commons, communicated

BOUSE OF LORDS—MOWDAT, JUNE 9. Roman Catholic Question. Ike Marquis LANSOOWNE moved that the regletioo toe House of Commons, communicated

in iMNderenee to their Lerdahipa, rsad. It was ao—lingte read * That it expedient to take the laws Acting' his Majesty’s Roman Catholic aalnects into mmderstioa, with view to such final ana oonciliswr adjustment a* may conduce to the peace and the united kingdom, to the stabilit
14 June 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Marquis of SALISBURY Mid, in the speech the Noble Marquis had invited every man what were the serurities with

The Marquis of SALISBURY Mid, in the speech the Noble Marquis had invited every man what were the serurities with

which would satisfied. Now (the Marquis of S.) thought that such securities might devised, as might Justify him voting for Bill.—(Hear, hear, from Lord Lansdowne.) In the first place, he should say that nothing ought to be asked which could alarm the Catholics or dissatisfy the
14 June 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADVENTURES OF A GENTLEMAN.

ADVENTURES OF A GENTLEMAN.

A work, under thin title, has lately issued from the London Press, and i* highly spoken of. The following are a few extracts:— A weHedmcated Boy—“ As waa an uncommonly well-educated boy, may not to the admirers of the present system of education to punas here for moment, and rer
14 June 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LINEN YARN, FLAX, &c. 10,000 Bundlet Grey and Bleach- ed Mill-spun > LINEN YARN, 7,000 Do, Foreign 13 Tom TOW

LINEN YARN, FLAX, &c. 10,000 Bundlet Grey and Bleach- ed Mill-spun > LINEN YARN, 7,000 Do, Foreign 13 Tom TOW

YARN, 90 Tam Prutrian v 130 Mate Dutch FOR SALS, BY 93) JOHN BELL k CO.
14 June 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
~ T(| RIJT EDITOR OF THR DUBLIN RKGISTER. OlU— Having only this day seen your paper of V s May,

~ T(| RIJT EDITOR OF THR DUBLIN RKGISTER. OlU— Having only this day seen your paper of V s May,

containing a statement from Mr. , the late affair between Mr. Maurice iVC<»nt*ell and myself, I think it due to my character to ,'adict the several therein contaiued, and, cont' l,e a manuer as possible. With the commeucein „t Mr. Maker's statement, (of Mr. O'Conuell's being 'te
11 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
.fust published, price ss. in Boards, Seventeen h Edition, THE OF LIFE : a Noil-Medical Commentary on the indiscretions arising

.fust published, price ss. in Boards, Seventeen h Edition, THE OF LIFE : a Noil-Medical Commentary on the indiscretions arising

from Human Frailty, in which the Causes, Symptoms, and baneful effects of Lues Venerea, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Seminal Weakness, &c. are fully developed. Tart 11. embraces Practical Observations Debility, Self-Abuse, and Mental Irritation, with some interesting Observations Vege
11 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
" Whither flies JjOve ?Ah ! where the charm tug' bloom ."

" Whither flies JjOve ?Ah ! where the charm tug' bloom ."

Whither flies JjOve ! where the charm tug' bloom ." The above may be bad of Sherwood, Jones, and Go. 24, Pateruoster-row, London; Porter, Grafton street* Dublin ; and all Booksellers.—(Price ss. British.) Messrs. GOSS and Co. are to be consulted, as every day at their House ; and
11 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FEE SIMPLE ESTATES.

FEE SIMPLE ESTATES.

COUNTY KILKENNY. TO BE SOLD, the Pee and Inheritance of the Lands DON EM AGAN, containing 1178 Acres also the Lands of atid KNOCKHOUSE, containing 856 Acres, including Acres under valuable Timber, Oak, Asb, and Birch, well preserved. DONE.MAGAN is set on determinable Leases, and
11 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNITED IRISHMEN'S PETITION

UNITED IRISHMEN'S PETITION

That very foolish, mischievous, and meddling body, " the Society for the Improvement of Irelaud" as it calls itself—the Society of United Irishmen others call it —has received a very pretty "shewingup" in the House of Commons from honest GEORGE DAWSON. This very ' foolish, misch
11 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland