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RADAMA, KING OF MADAGASCAR.

RADAMA, KING OF MADAGASCAR.

The following curious despatch bas been addressed to Sir Lowry Cole, Governor bf Mauritius, from Radama, King of Madagascar - TananfiVOTlr October 25, 1826 " Sir-,1 have the honour to do the painful and lament.. able duty of informing your Excellency, that James Hlestie, Esq. th
13 June 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Sale.I i N Day. S.9 ISS CAR AND GIG, BY AUCTION. At the AUCTION MART, No. 7, Castle-_e, ie door to the DonegaLAr*sr, on PRIDAYalez oe t13 ,Tune instant, at TW'O 'clho, A SWISS CAR, or LANDAULET, In perfect or- Ader, as good as iew, with HARNESS for-a Pairof Horaes; and a comforta
13 June 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
shadow of a reason for a general war »n Europe on this account.

shadow of a reason for a general war »n Europe on this account.

shadow reason for a general war »n Europe on this account. _ of Lan*dowii«’« motion was in part dia-355 in the Home on Monday night. The CU *T!« {r t were, besides the noble mover, the Duke ToiLcester, cbeMarquess of la»ndonderry. Lords Darn- St. Vincent. Carnarvon, and Goderich.
13 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DERATE—f ContiMned.J

DERATE—f ContiMned.J

DERATE— ContiMned.J thev arc of God; became many falie prapheta are gone out *• * rt rr*~* -^- ‘!!!L'‘^ ■■rrrW th« right private Judgment, why were they "on trybj any particular test the bef. Hen.. Ho» could any man reconcile * h * 7'f*"* J"V plieit obedience with .del. an injunc
13 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTRY RESIDENCE. TO BK LET, a comfortable family House, on the CLONTARF ROAD, adjoining Mr. Hickey’s Nursery, containing three Parlours,

COUNTRY RESIDENCE. TO BK LET, a comfortable family House, on the CLONTARF ROAD, adjoining Mr. Hickey’s Nursery, containing three Parlours,

four large and one small Bed-chamber, with Kitchen and ether Offices, Coach-house, and Stable for three Horses. There is a Garden in front, and very extensive Garden in the rere, well enclosed and stocked with Fruit Trees in full bearing. be seen every day except Sunday.
13 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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LIMERICK MARKETS.

LIMERICK MARKETS.

The supply our Corn Market, some inarkel days, ciiK*s not exceed three or four loads; fact, business this line, at this season, yields a partial stagnation. There is scarcely any Pork coming in, the prices note are merely nominal, as there is nothing doing the article. Butter de
13 June 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LOUD WILLIAM PAGET.

LOUD WILLIAM PAGET.

The future Kepresenlative of the County Louth, Inis addressed the following excellent Letter the Burgesses of Caerna: von : Du/, g<)f/, May, 182R ** Gentlemen’— haTc* received the Resolutions of Meeting which took place at Caernarvon, the May, calling on to relinquish the trust
13 June 1828 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
539-] ■fMInUUAL PARLIAMENT. LORDS—MONDAY, JUNE #. IioMAN CATHOLIC CLAIMS. •lotion of the Marquess of the .'iYerof the Day was read

539-] ■fMInUUAL PARLIAMENT. LORDS—MONDAY, JUNE #. IioMAN CATHOLIC CLAIMS. •lotion of the Marquess of the .'iYerof the Day was read

j*"" 1 - _ . ie jient to consider the Laws affecting Ins ciau Catholic subjects in Great Britain andlre-ew to such final aud conciliatory adjustiie to the peace and strength of the ,nc« : I,*„,_io the stability of the Protestant Esta- ~ the general satisfaction and coucord of al
13 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
bilitv ul arrangements. Ititasso happened, liutvetcr, thai {/one such existed, for U.e tree. ales of Germane had nothing like a

bilitv ul arrangements. Ititasso happened, liutvetcr, thai {/one such existed, for U.e tree. ales of Germane had nothing like a

<'.nt>l *'•« 1815 The Netherlands had beet, referred to; hoi there, also, the Catholies had no. been admitted political until the aiitoimi of IHkr, l.tat there «as pus*. Utility .d.' might lie l re- Mil., more «hen cold coi.fi, a-k whether it not well known that rotiitderable il
13 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING WAIL. bis duty aui>ere the line conduct which he had hitherto pursued, and give a just and

THE DUBLIN EVENING WAIL. bis duty aui>ere the line conduct which he had hitherto pursued, and give a just and

fearless vote. The Noble and Learned Lord who had ju»t addressed their Lordships, had made allusion to him in connection with the memory of great and justly celebrated Statesman now more. He should beg leave say that no charge could possibly he mure unfounded than would be the i
13 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland