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D F K R to Ik SOL D.

D F K R to Ik SOL D.

K R SOL D. TO be Sold, twenty or thirty Brace of DOEj, aiinui >»>ty miles from Uuldin : they will ta.Kcn 1 livtred alive the pnrcliafcr the park, from whence the purchafer mull convey cm to ktlhcs, or otherwile, hi, own nlk at fy.p: nee. Fiv)j<rr i.f F iim,RookfcHer,C iftlc-ftiee
19 August 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS EMPLOYMENT, A GARDENER of experience: his character will bear the ftriAelt enquiry; may be heard at the warehoufe, in

WANTS EMPLOYMENT, A GARDENER of experience: his character will bear the ftriAelt enquiry; may be heard at the warehoufe, in

Capel-ftreet, •he corner of flex-bridge.
19 August 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To the L A D 1 fc S,

To the L A D 1 fc S,

the L A fc S, THE gcesUil Va.'lrty ASHE ON All HEAD DRESSES, ENGLISH . Tar. W.«« Huvsa, (tae on'. One this KingUnm) »8. Nailau-Scrert. Tews • ■<l *1 litprrioi Qnaii.} and LigHtneli, Jcarc* to tv ’eft on the ; vn.t, his a «f Inch EaceUence, as not Iw d’ftingutftw-d ttoin the real
28 September 1782 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Law Intelligence Extraordinary.

Law Intelligence Extraordinary.

'T'HEprifoncrwai indicted,that he not having the fear of Co-i, &c. but being inlligated by the Devil, See. did beat his wife with certain/?;r*. called a faggot, value one farthing, with which gave her feveral bruifes, contufions, &c. whereby fliedied. The count;.-! for the proie
28 September 1782 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T> be LET, far t«y Term of Year* o Lives, renewab’e for ever, from the 25th of March next, fjoner.if

T> be LET, far t«y Term of Year* o Lives, renewab’e for ever, from the 25th of March next, fjoner.if

required, Tne large Houfr, known the name of the KING’S ARMS, Wexfo d, in the Flelh Market, -nhlnrsy between the Courr-Boufe and Cuftom- Houfr, bchg an exreilent Standing for an lon, haring Sfa' ling in theßere for 34 Horfet, for any other kind of Buflnrft, bnvi g p'.enty of goo
28 September 1782 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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LIGHT GUINEAS, LOTTERY TICKETS.i 4 LOTTERY PRIZES. T IGHT Goineat arc weighed accurately, and I the higheft Price given for

LIGHT GUINEAS, LOTTERY TICKETS.i 4 LOTTERY PRIZES. T IGHT Goineat arc weighed accurately, and I the higheft Price given for

them, CALEB JfeNKIN, at hit State Lottery Office, No. 58, Dame-flrcet, Dublin. it now felling EngUfti State Lottery Tickett, and Searct, Via Quarters, Eighthi, Sixteentht, . and Thirty-fecondt, on the ioweft Termt. *4-*' The moft Money given for Print in the late and former Lott
28 September 1782 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE. ALL t*er<bn» ■B' to the Eftnteo* Willinm Sherlock, Bankrupt, hie hertby rtir»<lrd ts*eir Iffp'rttve debit ( 'ue. ) to

NOTICE. ALL t*er<bn» ■B' to the Eftnteo* Willinm Sherlock, Bankrupt, hie hertby rtir»<lrd ts*eir Iffp'rttve debit ( 'ue. ) to

Mrs. Sherlock, ut Mr. Thorn** White’i, No. 6*. Thontat-flreel, or the aftins affic.hee, Mr. Ri ber Tomhnfon, at No. 6, bT-lquare, and oU»*r per ion. Dnhl n, Septemb’r jy, 1781.
28 September 1782 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HALT*. KILKENNY FLY, COMMENCES flying leaving Mr. Shoe’s Carter Inn, Kilkenny, Mondays ami Thuridays, and the noted Stage Houl?, No.

HALT*. KILKENNY FLY, COMMENCES flying leaving Mr. Shoe’s Carter Inn, Kilkenny, Mondays ami Thuridays, and the noted Stage Houl?, No.

U, OeorgeVlane, Wednefdays and Saturdays, .caving I.iuce at 4 o’clock in the morning. TiraoUn, AprU, 1785. u LIT from firft November neat, in the Towns and Lands of (;»isrs and Cloncan, f.tuate in co. Down, within twonu.es Xev. rv, Seats for MUls, with a fall 0! 45 feet, fupphed
5 May 1785 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
John Greene, Adininiftrator of Mary Anne Green, otherwife Boyle, other wife Mufgrave, his late wife, deceafed. Plaintiff - . Thomas

John Greene, Adininiftrator of Mary Anne Green, otherwife Boyle, other wife Mufgrave, his late wife, deceafed. Plaintiff - . Thomas

Hayden Ofborne, Efq; and others, Defendants. PURSUANT to the Decree of his Majctty’s High Court Chancry in Ireland, made in this caufe, hearing date the 17th day of June lad, Ido hereby give notice to the creditors and legatees of Margaret Hayden, late Kilmorc Oliver, in the cou
5 May 1785 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
S A T U R D A Y, August 4,,

S A T U R D A Y, August 4,,

S A T U R A Y, August 4,, aflembly room where he offered the propontion. Left, therefore, a fecund attempt may attended with fatal conlequcnces to himfclf, he humbly hopes G, ■ t will prove \svtfiltiity on other grounds, where perfonal fafety is lefs endangered, but where venalit
4 August 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland