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> THOLSSL, DflbKn, January," ■ O By the SefEons Grand Jury the City of t)uWin.- To JAMES CAMPBELL and DAVID

> THOLSSL, DflbKn, January," ■ O By the SefEons Grand Jury the City of t)uWin.- To JAMES CAMPBELL and DAVID

DICK, Efqr?. ' High Sheriffs. Gentlemen, i, • . » ‘I WHEREAS our late much efteemed ReprefcmatiVe l iu Parlia,ment,‘Dr. William Clement, didlaft Night depart this Life v to the general Grief the C!- tizens'of this Metropolis, wham he had for many Years repreftnted with the moft
22 January 1782 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Alfo, ftveml FIR TREES, : f.,r ScaiToldiiig, Voles, or l.adiler!. to made to Mr. John Hoy land, Naa*. Cei-t- WHOLESALE

Alfo, ftveml FIR TREES, : f.,r ScaiToldiiig, Voles, or l.adiler!. to made to Mr. John Hoy land, Naa*. Cei-t- WHOLESALE

and RETAIL WINE, CYDER. PORTER, and SPIRIT STORES. SHORT. Ko. 12, V.Vrburgh-ftrcrt. n«r Caftl - J jtr- ft, Vaults well llockcd with eicclknt kUrtt, V„ r ■n.l White Wines, en.-aged pctUMj gcnuuu, will fell, for Ready Money, at leaft hree-hilungs per dozen—under the CreJic prices.
13 October 1785 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY MARKET,

CITY MARKET,

OPENED by Licenfc and Public Proclamation dur-1 ing the Mayoralty ef the Right Hon. Nathaniel Warren, Efq. Lord Mayor of the City of Dublin. To be fet, and immediate Poffedlon given. The Houfes No. a, 5, 6, B, 32, .14, 36, 37.1 38, 39, 40, 45, 46, and 47, now remaining unfet, co
27 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
K I N G’s COUNTY.

K I N G’s COUNTY.

fold, MOUNT-ARMSTRONG, Fee Sim- pie, producing 371. 12s. per Annum, from an unexceptionable Tenant. Propofats will be received by Samuel Defpard, Mtath ftreet, and by Meff. Harrifon and Morgan Aungier-ftreet, Dublin.—To inferted Mondeys, Wednefdays, and Fridays.
5 August 1789 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE PEREMPTORILY SOLD BY AUCTION,

TO BE PEREMPTORILY SOLD BY AUCTION,

By Roger Smith, Upholder and Audlionier, At the Royal Exchange Coffec-houl’e, Dublin, On Friday the Day of July next, at one o’clock, THE late Mrs, Catherine Hudfon’s Title and Intcreft tit two No. i 6, and i7i In Francis-llreet, being a for a long Term, of which ninety-two Year
24 June 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A GOVERNESS,

A GOVERNESS,

WHO had the Care and Education of five Chil 'ren of Confequence, and improved them in ufeful, moral, polite, and ornamental Knowledge, making them quite Proficients in Engltlh and Ncedlc-work, &c. Jtc. &c, her Duty in every Department tothc entire SatisfaAion of the I.ady who em
24 June 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SWORDS UNION SCHOOL.

SWORDS UNION SCHOOL.

WANTED for faid School, Protedant Aflidant. Apply at Mr. John Rivers’s, No. aj, Bv.chelors-walk, or Mr. Pater Farrell’s, No. 16, Boltondreet.—The Subfcribers to this charitable Inditution are requeded to meet on Sunday the 4th November, the Bull Inn, Swords, precifely at one o’c
18 October 1787 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRENCH LANGUAGE.

FRENCH LANGUAGE.

A FRENCH Gentleman, well known in this Kingdom for having been long concerned in the Education of Youth, and who had the Honour of teaching the French Tongue to many Gentlemen and Ladies of DiftinAion, would willingly engage attend Boarding School in the City of Dublin, of eithe
18 October 1787 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

For any Term that may agreed upon, THE Koufc and of the Demefne of CORBALLIS, containing about Acres of excellent Meadow Ground, {ituatcd on the North Road, four Miles from Dublin. The Premifes are complete Order, and fit for the immediate Reception of a Family. ’Fhe Houfe exten
6 June 1789 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A READ BARGAIN FOR tool.

A READ BARGAIN FOR tool.

THE Interett the and Houfe'in which flic Rov. Dean Butfon lately lived at Glafnevin. Hoofe i* final! but convenient, capable of Servants ; the Offices are very good ; tabling for four Horfes, with Coach-h»ufe and Urge Lofts j the Garden near Half an Acre, p r , Judlive ; the Fru
6 June 1789 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland