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[No. 459. COUNTY of KILDARE. TO l>e i the fuft A? May noxf, for Lives or Years, may agreed rfpor.,

[No. 459. COUNTY of KILDARE. TO l>e i the fuft A? May noxf, for Lives or Years, may agreed rfpor.,

ietween thir'y and forty Acres of ih«- Linds of OWN, in llte Par:(li ar.rffcrony ( Claiie, laid Counrsr, betiret fif'cen anfl liKtccn M i'es Dublin, intdway ctwsen Naas amt Kilcuci', tw(,ren;irk;St« Ea»r and.Market'Tow’iu, and is tae tvfl N.iglil)«urhnod in Ireland, tine Gravel
11 January 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
C O U N T V Of CARLO W*.

C O U N T V Of CARLO W*.

C O U N T V CARLO W*. S LET frcm the 25th of March next, tor lu Jirni itc agn.«tl upon, part ‘if 'he Lands BUTLEfI’s GRANGE, near in the coant; o! Carlow, coniilliug of 3 Acres, or thereabouts. Ptopofds will reiciv Chor'cs Dcfrocux, Li'i; I* irtirlington, or by Mr. Georga shipby,
11 January 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A FURNISHED HOUSE.

A FURNISHED HOUSE.

FURNISHED HOUSE. j£jj* To I.F.T, for fix ticiarhs, from the ift November next, * heat two-roomed Houfe, No. iS, middle Jervisllreet, Very genteely furiiifbed; Stable at the fere for pair horfes; wish Plate, China, Hoi» i ■ linen and Giafs. Apply at faid houfc, or Mr. U'Arcy, atto
11 October 1787 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOPPED,

STOPPED,

BY George Harkuets, Jeweller, No. 7c;, Sfcplien- Strcet, Steel mounted SWORD. Any Ferlon proving the Property* K * Adverrifcmenr, may retcive the lame, by applying as LOYAL SLIGO VOLUNTLLRS. AT very full meeting t!>e different companies <Sf tlie Loyal Sligo Volunteers, held at S
8 February 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOTEL and STABLES, Fownes’s-Sireet, DUBLIN. SHERIDAN imprelied with the deeped fenfe of gratitude the Nobility and Gentry for the great

HOTEL and STABLES, Fownes’s-Sireet, DUBLIN. SHERIDAN imprelied with the deeped fenfe of gratitude the Nobility and Gentry for the great

ourtgeuunt he has received from them fince the commencement of his Hotel, he atfnres themit will be his conftant dudy and ambition to merit tiieir future approbation and fupport ; and as tnc want of (tabling has been much complained of by Genii,men frequenting his Houfe, he take
10 April 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONGREGATION ol BraGtl.

CONGREGATION ol BraGtl.

CONGREGATION THE Committee appointed hy’the Prefby’tcrian Congregation of Brigh, to infpedt the building of their Meeting-houfe, near Mountjoy and Stewartfhvwn, liavihg received a bencfadion i-r*. from the Hon. John Forl>e3, by the hands of George Boyd, Efq; and Mr. Jn. Hunter; a
27 July 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 July 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
for the DUBLIN EVENING POST. TOT H E linen merchants OF THE NORTH of IRELAND. CsHTUMEtt, AN Advertilement which appeared

for the DUBLIN EVENING POST. TOT H E linen merchants OF THE NORTH of IRELAND. CsHTUMEtt, AN Advertilement which appeared

in this Paper about the beginning of October laft, felting forth that above two hundred Freehold, were wanted to purchafed in this County, did raife the curiofity of every Freeman in it, but universal pleafure fucceeded, when it became known that a number of >ou were the intende
11 January 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY of KILDARE.

COUNTY of KILDARE.

COUNTY KILDARE. TO lie LbT I'rnm tin Ma or the ifl May at. t rt rm iwol »ts. h lids o' - RHEDAN, cnn-ainißg Aces, abr, ure ;ud m hoow. T.eie i> -n. I'sve ii£-. rule with cv cunveni- nt O®. the nd. p ac- can le ' eife- fiipp'iod iti either ur: Co Is, rate, be ii| li the banka f tb
11 January 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

c3r THE fcveral porfcna wh.< flop,! indebted, Book Account, to (be late Mr. Jatnca Cono'lr, of Pariiament-ftreet, tu the rity Oahlin, Shoemaker, at the time of his d ceafis, are requalled forthwith to pay the fame to Mr. P-ter Warren, Attorney, No. 49, Aungier-ftrctt, who is emi
11 January 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland