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MRS. O’KEEFFE’s NIGHT.

MRS. O’KEEFFE’s NIGHT.

On the ijth of April, I'/So, will be petformed Tragedy not aded tlid’e five Years, called, The EARL OF ESSEX; Or, The UNHAPPY FAVOURITE. Afre the Play (for that Night onlv) new comic hiitrionic Interlocution, written Mr. O’Keeffe, called, tony Lumpkin’s frolicks thro’ Dublin. Wi
14 April 1780 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW CUSTOM-HOUSE TAVERN.

NEW CUSTOM-HOUSE TAVERN.

JOHN BURNETT returns his ftncerc Thanks to the Noblemen, Gentlemen, and Citizens who have fupported him in faid Houfe fmee he commenced Buflncfs; and begs Leave inform them, that the Houfe is flocked with the beft Wines, Spirits, Cider, Perry, and Burton Ale ; and aflurcs them,
17 May 1783 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROBBERY AND REWARD.

ROBBERY AND REWARD.

\T7"HEREAS the Office of John Atkinfon, in Fleet- V dreet, was on Thurfday Night lad, the Bth indant, broke into, and every therein broke open and rummaged, and the following Articles taken out, viz. John Harden’s Bill on Simon Bourke, Favour of William Bouike, at 61 Days Sight,
17 May 1783 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J..TJ A, flo. 8475.] ,!> '-r cjixjp' tur nrrr-l Britifti Pjckcts, which brought fallowing Advices. foreign INTELLIGENCE. Car'liageua, Mirth 20.

J..TJ A, flo. 8475.] ,!> '-r cjixjp' tur nrrr-l Britifti Pjckcts, which brought fallowing Advices. foreign INTELLIGENCE. Car'liageua, Mirth 20.

E IGHT cliebecks of tins depavtmenr, efcorted one cf his Catholic Majcity's frigate.;, from our fort the beginning th.» f month. Their commander hath carried out him lome fealed inilruftions, which he is not a , nil he riches a certain latitude; they doubtlels ,' in orders relat
17 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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3 June 1780 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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BRAMHAIX, COUNTY MEAT#, r-po let from the firft Day of May next, lor three i Lire*, the Hotffe, Office*, and

BRAMHAIX, COUNTY MEAT#, r-po let from the firft Day of May next, lor three i Lire*, the Hotffe, Office*, and

Domain Bramhall, confifting of 106 Acres of Land with 1 lenty Bog. The late Tenant, Mr. Francs Forfter. cipeiided upwards 6f three Thoirfand h il this Concern, in building Barns, Stables, and Bullock-honfes, and has made it the compleateft Diftillwy iti this King The Land is hig
3 June 1780 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Q.U E E COUNTY. TOb LET, t'om (hefirft November,or March next, for livei or years, at may be agreed on,

Q.U E E COUNTY. TOb LET, t'om (hefirft November,or March next, for livei or years, at may be agreed on,

A goo I DWELLING-HOUSE in the Town of MOUNTRaTH, together wit iari-e Malt- Houle', Dillil eiy. end Tan-Yard, with fvery convenirnce lid tab It to each bufiatfs. Alfo to Let, in the whole or In divifiont. Thirty Acrej good MEADOW-GROUND, joining f-t'd town. Application to made to
10 October 1782 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY KILDARE TO LE

COUNTY KILDARE TO LE

COUNTY KILD A TO I.F.T, the of LITTLETOWN, fitnate on the Grand Cana!, twenty from Uub'iti—it con•adisaouut AcA. of adov.', and about 48A. of Upland, all in Clover, in hij,!; heart. Ayplication toS.r Tar:. C;.f-tlc, Kaas. T'O I.ET, from the day of May haft or Nov. i.ext, for a te
9 July 1789 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
On Sonday the fjth •f Oaoler, 1756,

On Sonday the fjth •f Oaoler, 1756,

the •f Oaoler, 1756, ACHARJTY SERMON wi!l be preached in the P<ri<h Church of St. jAit.-.s, Dublin, by the Kr*. ggttT AUSTIN, A. M. Chaplain to the Magde, .ifylum, which Time Colleition will be mule ih. Covemora to clothe and lupport twenty rei u Koofe who, by Misfortunes "he lit
6 October 1786 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO B F. S O L D, A PAIR of well drawn cocked Tail black Carriage Horfes, upwards Hands high,

TO B F. S O L D, A PAIR of well drawn cocked Tail black Carriage Horfes, upwards Hands high,

belonging tn Gentleman gone abroad To fare Trouble the Price is 15 Guineas, and not difpofedof in a few Days will fent to the Country. Inquire No, 46. Dominick-flrect.
6 October 1786 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland