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PREVIOUS TO DISSOLVING PARTNERSHIP wa RS, M'KIBBIN, & Miss SLY, respectfully ac- Mtquaint the Ladies of B at, and the Vicinity, that they have tis day commc LING OFF their NEW and FASFIIONA1 FSTOCK of SILK and HABERDASHEltY GO,7S, with real EMxiINu, CHIINCHILLA, arid other FU At
11 November 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14.

LONDON—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14.

OijNONV-FARIFDAY, NOVEMAER }A. The Gazette ?? statesthat JussufPacha i- l ceived '200,000 ducats, and an asylum in Russia, as the price of his treason. The same paper also adds that the situation, of the Emperor of Russia was critical, as a secret society in the army was discover
18 November 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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t' - , ho ul'.v:tv< r»':Hly to i'■'!l ! ,i !riif Brunswick friends, in crerv >i, ~ c l. ;iii.f ('msliliiiioiul ways xvhii car. i.c ad<i|.tr t |, and ;a which make vonr cooperation. The Hev. Tno>fas Frp.iovo ajvdoc-iscd fir lie non-attendance The Bev. Thomas Son-lh. Rector of the
8 November 1828 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL. VII.—.Vo. 32. Published Weekly, foreTgn news? Tli> Foreign Intelligence declines interest with the •pproach of winter, and the Journalists

VOL. VII.—.Vo. 32. Published Weekly, foreTgn news? Tli> Foreign Intelligence declines interest with the •pproach of winter, and the Journalists

here and abroad are chiefly occupied either in reviewing the past, or in speculating upon the future. There is, however, one fact some importance brought the Paris Papers of Wednesday and Thursday. The Castle of the Morea surrendered on the 30th ult., after cannonade of four hou
29 November 1828 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
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29 November 1828 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE DUKE WELLINGTON AND THE HO-31 CATHOLIC QUESTION. followin'' speech cf the Duke of Wellinjfoii in the month May. 1819—with

THE DUKE WELLINGTON AND THE HO-31 CATHOLIC QUESTION. followin'' speech cf the Duke of Wellinjfoii in the month May. 1819—with

extnct of his snrecli in May, 1827 —and an li ridj'emonl of his speech last June, are most inipurluul.
29 November 1828 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
MISSION TO £NO LAND.

MISSION TO £NO LAND.

There was a scuffle on this subject. The Member” did not seem all pleased with a motion which Mr. Coppinger gave notice of, which had for its object the depriving the missionaries of power to treat with the Government on behalf of the Irish Roman Catholics. Mr. Lawless was for r
29 November 1828 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

ROMAN CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION —THUMDAV. Amount of Catholic Rent from the 7th inclusive, 344/. 3s. Id. Sir THOMAS Bart, the Chair. MURPHY. Esq., was a pointed Secretary, and read several letters enclosing Rent. The Secretary read the following letter which elicited loud applause:— «
14 November 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
-SQUARE. —TO BE LET, for one year, and for such further period at the option of the Tenant, the House

-SQUARE. —TO BE LET, for one year, and for such further period at the option of the Tenant, the House

No. 13, Moutitjuy-square, West, within one door of Gardiuer's-place, which has been elegantly furnished within this aud ready for the immediate reception of a nobleman or geutlemau's family. Suitable Coaih-l.ou-e, Stabling, aud offices annexed. Inquire at the House, which is alw
21 November 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THIS DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

GREAT AUCTION, and Dissolntion of Partner«hip, at the Cork Glass Warehouse, 48, Lower Sackville-street, to commence on TUESDAY next, the 25th Instant, one o'Clock, and continue daily tUI all are Sold. J. SAVAGE Co., Glass Manufacturers, 4c., have agreed to dissolve Partnership,
21 November 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland