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K L hay .ing, five years oV., hands n, would make aon ter, or anfwor pafcularly ell for a the

K L hay .ing, five years oV., hands n, would make aon ter, or anfwor pafcularly ell for a the

light caval-y, F.ncjnirr r* Charles es, Coocb-Mak* r, irry-Street, oppolitc i\iuie~ Stcp'icnVG- eer. B. He .v»n warranted round. )I ATHI L I) C E, No. 11. AWKins-SruEET, the late Jume- Pearce, Pnmp- £«rer:tud B'ock Milter, begs leave - her an.l r..c blie, Hie carries it U linefs
6 April 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FULL VALUE FOR PRIZES,

FULL VALUE FOR PRIZES,

in the iato ditfuent m w fur State Tick,'tt. # * 'i Shares or Halves, Quarters, ;J ;, and Sixtcentlis, whirl", for rue Security olthe Puh’ic, arc stamped, and the orig'nai Tickers froni which they arc iifuctf, lodged with the Managers appointed to conduct the Lottery. Con.miflio
6 April 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hASi-I N D 1 E S

hASi-I N D 1 E S

N 1 E S OAI’TAIN BROOKE hereb -^'quaints Inch Laos oi SaißiT as arc deli *;., to onrci rs in Hon. FAST INDIA COMPANY'S Service, that the laft India of tin* are preparing to fail. Thole who will their Paflage, t! cy not eddy repair to tht No. Dcnoiark-Strect, M»rrh IA. t-So.
6 April 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By tiu UNO’s PATENT.

By tiu UNO’s PATENT.

UNO’s PATENT. Essence of peppermint.—The Vrtucs ure, general, ac\no has conlilined, beyond Ddputo, the great Virtues this F'aut, I’.iin'*. a: Fiatu.cn.ies, as veil which froni vari»us C tulcs, Ferfuas tJioie which Manner liabitual to the ledenta■y, tlic tellings, Lois Appetite, o
6 April 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mmicstim vt thofe fpirhed ptvdodinm to the public, we are pcrhapt primSpally in-dcfated for that intellectual light, which makes men

mmicstim vt thofe fpirhed ptvdodinm to the public, we are pcrhapt primSpally in-dcfated for that intellectual light, which makes men

only fee, but affert pur rights far reafoi, freed from the debating "tackles opprcffon, beans to refame her functions, toe rights o» men ate underftood, while that noblcftof ait jiaffiaM,jhe love of our country, has taken fall poflei&on of the foul,' and need the Aandard of irif
28 December 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ntoga, and •was '•) life ftrmHi He prelTed w make tack u{>oq tl« BrmMpes, nieces. Gates refcOxL; it would cn

ntoga, and •was '•) life ftrmHi He prelTed w make tack u{>oq tl« BrmMpes, nieces. Gates refcOxL; it would cn

1 Impolitic, (aid, le Ml the blood of lhof< men and our pwn, when know Genera Bureome days-iw wan «t wmild be Aegerous to drive a Briliili aruiy to ads dWpcraUpn. Arnold wrote friend in Congrels, and unputed Gates's wifdorrv and goodtsemcrmllhip cowardice.” Hence a continued bet
28 December 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A SWORD CANE, TALEN out of the eft nr-room quojr MeetiaK-houfe yeAtrday evening, by young Mm, oMcrvcd be fauntcring there,

A SWORD CANE, TALEN out of the eft nr-room quojr MeetiaK-houfe yeAtrday evening, by young Mm, oMcrvcd be fauntcring there,

ami whole face it very well known. He it therefore defired return it immediately to Mr. Thomat tNckiofon, et faid beufir, otherwile will not only be-expoftd, bntyrefecutcd with the utmoft rigour for the theft.
28 December 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
\yTAJOR Sir Edward Bannenuan, and the Officers ot the 36th Regiment, late y quartered at Derry, take thecarlieft opportunity returning

\yTAJOR Sir Edward Bannenuan, and the Officers ot the 36th Regiment, late y quartered at Derry, take thecarlieft opportunity returning

their moft rcfpeAful thanks to the Gentlemen and Inhabitants the City and Neighbourhood of Derry, ftr their very great civilities and unremitting attention to them during the fifteen months they were quartered there. Dublin, 19th OA. 1780. A -MOST advantageous SITUATION fof"1 re
26 October 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
laji Night united - « I io. , . RDERb •« w Torbay, for all lkat mi-, alO Portfiuomh. Orders

laji Night united - « I io. , . RDERb •« w Torbay, for all lkat mi-, alO Portfiuomh. Orders

■it iivea fur -u. the iiitn war tnat urrivcd*Jrotn!b»ei i iil. tions to repairxd. ;od out Jbr wuh «ll txpedilioi,. I ■ I forty per cent, iidurancc -j tlir Jamaica fleet. t-dnef-Jay, »bo«i two huadretl l>t?7uni>v.h and i>(h«ri, who were lately capturco ■Loard the outward-bound Ea
26 October 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURNISHED Houfe warned for fix months in tin.- iicij>libourhuod Stepnen’s- Green or rnon-Srreet. it is far genleel final) family, and

FURNISHED Houfe warned for fix months in tin.- iicij>libourhuod Stepnen’s- Green or rnon-Srreet. it is far genleel final) family, and

particular taie will taken the furniture. N«t more than 30!. will given. A .inc uddrifled lor B. B. at the Printer’s will anfwrml.
26 October 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland