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THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

►TJ sr S' By order of the LordVCOMMISSIONERS the ADMIRALTY, Dnt luaj PtAUJhei by LUIvE WHI'l’E, No. S6, Dame-Street, In three Vefumes, oftavo, il uftrated with a Volume, in quarto, of Plates, and elegant Engraving of the head of Captain Cooke, not in the London Edition, A VOYAGE
3 February 1785 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY MEETING. AT a Meeting the aflbeiated Corps of the city and liberties of Londonderry, on parade, the 7th December,

LONDONDERRY MEETING. AT a Meeting the aflbeiated Corps of the city and liberties of Londonderry, on parade, the 7th December,

1753, John Ferguson, Efq; col. commandant. Refolvcd unanimondy. That the Billowing addrefs to the Earl of fariflol, Lord Bidrop of Derry, be prefented to his Lord'liip by our Commanding Officer, at the head the Corps under arms. My Lord, On your Lordlhip’s return from the difeha
11 March 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUTED CAPS and HOSIERY

MUTED CAPS and HOSIERY

PETER CAYRF,, Milled Cap Manufaflurer and Holier, refpeCtfu’ily acquaints the Public, that he h's removed from No. 5, to No. 67, Exchequer-ftrcet, where he will conftantlv be fupplied ith every Article in the line of his linftneL, fnperior to any imported or attempted to mannfad
11 March 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY of LIMERICK.

COUNTY of LIMERICK.

TO SOLD, that part or fub-divifion of the Town and Lauds of BaJlynamonamore, Ballynamonabepj:, and Ballynecarry, otherwife Ballyneciura, viz. North and South Hallyneciyrra, and Carripmott, containing a6BA. oK. .ijP- and one-third part of the bop of Ballynemona, adjoining the fub
11 March 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lawyers’ Corps, On Paxad*, J’nnary J, 178',, THE Rcfulutioni the Officers the S‘ra> h.ne Battalion, relative the Committee •mil Majority

Lawyers’ Corps, On Paxad*, J’nnary J, 178',, THE Rcfulutioni the Officers the S‘ra> h.ne Battalion, relative the Committee •mil Majority

of the Lavvycis'Corps, having been read. Refolve 1 unanimouny. That we the nighcll drg.ee cafu e, tlic thanks of tne Officers thr St'abane Battalion, prefented th.ougii th-ir Chairntyn the Committee and Majo-ity this Co-ps. T'-eir approbation and adopiicn ti.e KefoluHonj thitCo
21 January 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Clanricarde Cavalry.

Clanricarde Cavalry.

I Do certify that! never received any ordertfrom the Corps to tgn, or caufe be printed, a Befolntion lately inferted in the Dublin Evening PoR, addreiled toCoonf'llor John bearinn date the 20th Oftober, 1782, Captain Patrick alledged to have been in the chair. , PATRICK SK.EPIET
17 December 1782 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLLAND, rORTRAiT and MINIATURE PAINTER, TAKES ft iking Liic>n«flci!o Miniature a: Oar Guinea each, neat lia: in O I one

HOLLAND, rORTRAiT and MINIATURE PAINTER, TAKES ft iking Liic>n«flci!o Miniature a: Oar Guinea each, neat lia: in O I one

Guinea and aha f. Ladira and Gemiemen have not ihc Trou'de leaving their Ap rtoients. he wait? nn them, iii'cAiag for him at Mr. Armflrong lag'rald’i, No. i;, Skimier-row. B. Re cnatir.ura to teach Ladiet and Gentlemen the Art of Dr twtng and ■inti- in diff-rent B-tirtchet. All
17 December 1782 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Price Three Halfpence.]

Price Three Halfpence.]

Fir the Ddilin Evening Post. To the COMMITTEE OP THE CITIZENS of LIMERICK. Gentlemen, IF the voice of the People is the voice of God, fome great and good men have afferted, our cnufe is a righteous one, and »our honell efforts will be crowned with fuccels.— At your meeting laft
17 April 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A FRENCH SCHOOL.

A FRENCH SCHOOL.

ON the firft ot Auguft, 1763, will t e on'ned, in Portar’ingtOH, for the reception of youna Gentlemen, from the nge of four to eleven years, a French School, condurttd on fueh p Inciples to alTn every advantage Education, Mr. -,nd Mrs. Willis, who have been (the thirteen and the
17 April 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the Gentlemen, Clergy, freeholder! of the County of Wes-A«ath- Gentlemen, MY attachments the independence of your county, have hitherto retrained

the Gentlemen, Clergy, freeholder! of the County of Wes-A«ath- Gentlemen, MY attachments the independence of your county, have hitherto retrained

mo Irom foiiciting your favours, becaufe I would not interiVre vwrti the views worthy gentlemen who let out before me in their addreffet to you, upon thofe pni.'c ever wifli to cher fli and maiuia n— But nosy, tbit an honourable pci Ton, who was |<a< in nomination fomeof the mcf
17 April 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland