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DUBLIN, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1828.

DUBLIN, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1828.

LYNTOWN.— LE I", from the Ist of May, year, or for such further time as may be agreed on, the House, Offices, one Garden, and eight Acres of the Demesne of GLYNTOWN, occupied the Rev. Mr. BEAUFOKD. is beautifully situated on the river of Glaomire, and about four miles from Cork.
27 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOODVILLE CIGARS

WOODVILLE CIGARS

DRURY J. DICKINSON has this day received a further Consignment the above celebrated CIGARS, which authorised dispose at the Loudon Cash prices, boxes, containing not less half a pout each. W ilie Stores, GO, Fleet street, near Westmorland-street. Office hours from ten till five
27 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE LIST

PRICE LIST

Best London Beaver Hats, either Black or Drab, weight Clerical (turned »»r otherwise) S.lk Hats, from lis. 15s. Coachmen's broad leafed Beaver Hats (remarkably engaged not break or lose their colour Groom and Fpormen's ditto, very fine texture.. .. 18*. Travelling Caps every des
27 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
[WEDNESDAY. 95 4

[WEDNESDAY. 95 4

27 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAKES OF KILLAIINEY.—KENMARE" ARMS* HOTEL—Thomas Fi\n, Proprietor, deeply impressed with gratitude for the folrbntfgt hat hitherto met with, from a

LAKES OF KILLAIINEY.—KENMARE" ARMS* HOTEL—Thomas Fi\n, Proprietor, deeply impressed with gratitude for the folrbntfgt hat hitherto met with, from a

discerning and highly respectable public (residents and strangers,) has been induced build addition his extensive Establishment, which enables him complete beds, 7 sitting rooms, and a commodious coffee-room all which has fitted up Superior and elegant style. While gratefully ac
23 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Anthony Leyster, HURSUANT the Plaintiff; A Decree made in tint The Right Honorable Ben- Cause, hearing date the jamitiO'.N'eiil, Earl

Anthony Leyster, HURSUANT the Plaintiff; A Decree made in tint The Right Honorable Ben- Cause, hearing date the jamitiO'.N'eiil, Earl

of Aid- day February, 1828, 1 borough, Lucas, require all persou* and Dorothea Lucas,other- haviug Charges or Incumwise Eardly, his wife, and braoces the Lands, others, Houses ami Lets Ground, and near the town New -1 Ross, and in the Liberties Ross, as also the Towns and Lauds
23 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT CASH PURCHASERS HOSIERY AND GLOVES, ike. &c , 15, (JAPEL STREET. THOMAS LESLIE having made decided arrangements cultivate a

IMPORTANT CASH PURCHASERS HOSIERY AND GLOVES, ike. &c , 15, (JAPEL STREET. THOMAS LESLIE having made decided arrangements cultivate a

Ready Money Trade exclusively, respectfully announces to his Customers and the Public that has just received an extensive addition to his general assortment, comprising every useful and fashionable article in HOSIERY, GLOVES, KICII INDIA SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, CRAVATINO, STOCKS, &C
23 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICK OP IRISH STOCKS Bank Stuck Consols, r Gov. s per Cent.. . Gov. Stock, per Cent Gov. Stock, per

PRICK OP IRISH STOCKS Bank Stuck Consols, r Gov. s per Cent.. . Gov. Stock, per Cent Gov. Stock, per

Cent. G.l C.K Loan •' K«1 j per l ent IcOVtll Hibernian Bank Provincial Bank * *' Mining < lieland mnuv. 0-p. '%*■ s i S3" THK bVK.XI.\(i MAIL. ITMI-.S, TDK WHOLE COSSTI 00-ORNO , T THE W , T „„„. T ""' IJUni.IV, MONDAY, JUSE his Day's Mail has arrived. from the col eat or lengt
23 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION

NEW CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION

The Association met Saturday the usual hour.—P. M. MURPHY in the Chair. Mr. acted asSerretarv, and read the minutes. Mr. MAURICE O'CONNKLL read the repot of the Churchwardens' return. Mr. STAUNTON handed iu some Rent, and two guineas for Mr. Eneas Mr. O'DWYER said, that he was s
23 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To the Electors of the County qf Clare

To the Electors of the County qf Clare

Gentlemen, _ , _ , THE honorable Trust which jou committed into m again at your disposal, in consequence of having accepted of the Presidency the Board of Trade. Amongst the duties which that office imposes, the care of Commercial interests of Ireland is pre-eminent, in my ■ d y
28 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland