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VY his M jelly » Coun of Richard Gapßia. Ex-htquer in lrrUnd. uud' n DEFENDANT, jchis Ctufc, be*rmp date Bth

VY his M jelly » Coun of Richard Gapßia. Ex-htquer in lrrUnd. uud' n DEFENDANT, jchis Ctufc, be*rmp date Bth

day ot July i required to Jell by lick Cmr, to the hipheft and ire ft bidder, the Mortgaged ftremifles In the Pleading' in thtt Cau'e mentioned, to wit, levcra Lands part 1 crokeip, and parts ot Coole, in the Coun y the City ol Cotke, fed to John Gaggin,(Father of the|Defendant)
31 January 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Paris, July H. The King has given Orders for the princii al Events the late War to be printed in the Gallery of rtv.' Caflle Verfailles, the celebrated painter who honoured with this grand Wo k has begun with the reprefenfations of the Patties of Fontenov Raucoax, and Lafeidt, t
29 July 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tfi RACES. .iirt’A infi Days. Account o> (•ein-i 'lie lime Days, , the Week, v z. ith be Run for

tfi RACES. .iirt’A infi Days. Account o> (•ein-i 'lie lime Days, , the Week, v z. ith be Run for

on the Unrrifs, inOffury. in iheQneen . Clay, hriday and Situnlay., beint> 19th ot Auguft next, the that to lay. to be Rim tor on Thurfday the it> by real Maiden Hunters, that ot a Brace ol Foxes, or two Brace carrying Stone* Bridle and :he bell of Heats. 4 Miles each Friday the
29 July 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To be S O L D,

To be S O L D,

To be S O L CLOONLAI GH, one Quarter Land, containing Straitord’s Survey Acres, lying and being in tl;e Barony of Balhntolxr and County Hoficununon, which is Let good and lolvcnt Tenants ior 19 dears from May, '*749, at the clear Landlord Rent 1. and growing Kent r 1 rs. after th
5 December 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
U E"s R E N C E S.

U E"s R E N C E S.

2. His Ma/efJy’s Birch day kept bv Order. 4- At a Chrillning at Beddington in Surry the \urfe was intoxicated, that laid the new-born Child behind the Fire and burnt ir, thinking it had been Log of Wood. 5. The Vice-Chancellor Cambridge, with the Heads of Houles, &c. waited on h
28 February 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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(Publilhed by Authority.)

In the Naine of the Mod Holy and Undivided Trinity, the Father, Son, and Holy Ghod. E known to all thofe, whom fhall or may concern, in any Manner whatlbever. Europe fees the Dav, which the Divine Providence had pointed out for the Re efiablilhment of its Repofe. A General Peace
7 February 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
three Week* {boner than they car, rot rfl.ate! S. ?.U of of Bre�?�« fa'�?�« to the Kingdom m.general/ . �?�°u!lW'A

three Week* {boner than they car, rot rfl.ate! S. ?.U of of Bre�?�« fa'�?�« to the Kingdom m.general/ . �?�°u!lW'A

three Week* {boner than they car, rot rfl.ate! S. ?.U of of Bre« fa'« to the Kingdom m.general/ . °u!lW'A Peffc.,' »ere Wiflrf .»J « .h. K « * &.£ «« « Gfl Revil. I etablere, Vicar of Lt- I I^*ldtaJSn! married . a Convift from Galway, who was under the Rul the Hon. Mr. York, and
5 September 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
*" Are the great, the nobles of the land, the gentlemen. the Senators Britain Thctci who. like her Hicaneil tons,

*" Are the great, the nobles of the land, the gentlemen. the Senators Britain Thctci who. like her Hicaneil tons,

iike common Ihaipers, thus comlume the night not and .t gaming Alas, England what halt thou to hope, when thole, who, rhtirbirt, their fortune, and their fituation, fliould look themlelves ar guard iansot the commonwealth, thus ipena their time like the idle bale, worthlefs memb
28 March 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Fran the DUBLIN SOCIETY.

Fran the DUBLIN SOCIETY.

WE find by Experience that Sheep are more fubjeft to Diforders from wet Seafons than any other Creature, occalioned chiefly by their feeding on long, coarfe, flafhy, unwhollbmc Grafs, growing on watcrv Bottoms •, and lying continually on cold wet Ground, the Sheep become overcha
28 March 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EdiflOnd Cofleno, Eq 'HY Virtue of rce PLMNTIPF. /13 Co Jcrom French, and lirqurr in IrtUnJ, thrrs. [ b arinß

EdiflOnd Cofleno, Eq 'HY Virtue of rce PLMNTIPF. /13 Co Jcrom French, and lirqurr in IrtUnJ, thrrs. [ b arinß

the 7th D yof DEI ENDANTS. \ D-crmber laft, made in this ) Catile, whereby lam tcquirrd to fell by publick Cine to the heil bidder, the Eflate an Intercfl of the Dtfend<m Jerom Fiench of, in,and to the two Quarters of Land of C'oßncr in the County ofSlipoe, in the Pleadings this
23 May 1749 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland