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9 June 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

London, Thunday, Two o'Clock. —Than has Wwiaauilj any fluctuation in the Funds this morning. for tin Account hare been 86}, buyers and —ii~ . pnrrbaawt at 86}. Exchequer Bilk an Ma. 60k pm. Portufiiew Bonds ntksr Wry at 36*; ooi Spanish 10} 11; Brasil 00. ** In skan* then is acs
9 June 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ittfaot iCmiiuvnrial (ffltmnticlr

ittfaot iCmiiuvnrial (ffltmnticlr

iCmiiuvnrial (ffltmnticlr i f I*nilr- J *- -‘—* 1 -***"* *** * i taSify> Rateh,l>kU Hl«»orjr of Kn(Und, .JU, that th. «ru crudHed bvtwmn Um WUp wd Toria, w Chrfat two tUcrm.’ Whh Ww ' lib* afirawd. Hut Inlud bMh b«n eapo-d , th* eraa for the of riz ewitele and » half, tortor- |j
9 June 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS FOR THE BALTIC The tint Clua Brif TA T, of Yarmouth, Toni Regiater, WUI taka SALT, or

NOTICE TO SHIPPERS FOR THE BALTIC The tint Clua Brif TA T, of Yarmouth, Toni Regiater, WUI taka SALT, or

«ay other Goode that may offer, for ST. PETERBBURGH, (and ddlrer at the Town.) until THURSDAY, the 18th Inrt. moderate ftataht. Far alaaae aaalT to the CAPTAIN aa Board, or M JOHN CUBBISON, Broker, Qib»t. BaUhat, 7th Jana, 18» (1»
9 June 1828 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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9 June 1828 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, JUNE 3.

DUBLIN, JUNE 3.

Report states that Mr. Beckett, brotlier-ialaw the Duke of Norlhaißberland, is aj»- pointed Secretary for Ireland, i Sir G. Murray, the new Colonial Secretary, , is friend to Emancipation, i Earl of Powis is reported for the Lord Lien; tenancy of Ireland. I Dr. Sadlier, one of t
9 June 1828 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
that the pursued by the military officer in this case wo*ld not meet with many followers in the British army

that the pursued by the military officer in this case wo*ld not meet with many followers in the British army

(Hear, hear.) From his own experience, he was proud to state, that few military gentlemen would so far degrade to in.an unfair and ungentlemanly manner towards clergyman. The Use of the term “presume” to clergyman was as unworthy if it bad been applied by an Irishman a female; a
9 June 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR BRISTOL.

FOR BRISTOL.

The EMERALD ISLE, R. Laholands, Commander, with Passengers only, every MONDAY, at Twelve o’Clock, from Kingstown. Coaches leave the Office ten ©’Clock precisely, to convey Passengers to Kingstown free of expense. The CITY of BRISTOL, G. Bailey, Commander, every Wednesday, from t
9 June 1828 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OURT OF CHANCEILY—MAY 24.

OURT OF CHANCEILY—MAY 24.

OURT CHANCEILY—MAY 24. In th~ mailer of Bernard Burgess, Bankrupt. Mr. i/mt/i, (T. B. C.)—l move the part of Mr, John Lsher, supersede the commission which issued in this natter. . r * Henchy,' (K.C.) I have in this case also a little preliminary objection ; first to supersede a
9 June 1828 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A constant intercourse with those Markets most esteemed for their respective Manufactures (cod a quick return of Capital) must be

A constant intercourse with those Markets most esteemed for their respective Manufactures (cod a quick return of Capital) must be

admitted as the only means giving the Public full participation all the advantages derived from the facility afforded to Trade tbe present COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND. Upon this principle the WEST and NORTH of ENGLAND WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE commenced, and a continuation of the same sy
9 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland