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PARLIAMENT HOUSE.

PARLIAMENT HOUSE.

T r the Truftces appointed for .f V tire application ;,oco_l. praf.t--v '. P.-aliantent, for the purpqfc paying Bounties .in the fate the following Manufacture-. of this kingdom; that is to fay, the of Wool, of Wool mixed, ot Colton, Cotton mixed, Thread, Kentings, and m inufaCt
25 May 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Co’s, GALWAY and ROSCOMMON. 7'o l>c SOLD for Payment of Debts ami Incumbrances «ff..«Sinp the fame, the Fee Simple and

Co’s, GALWAY and ROSCOMMON. 7'o l>c SOLD for Payment of Debts ami Incumbrances «ff..«Sinp the fame, the Fee Simple and

Inheritance the following Lands in faid counties, part of the cAatc of James Skerrett, of Drumgriffin, in the faid county of Galway, Efq; viz. Mace, with its appurtenances, let much under its preient value to James Blake, at the yearly rent of nSl.fterling, about twenty years of
25 May 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
w.v r..R- ORO MEET!NG.

w.v r..R- ORO MEET!NG.

w.v r..R- MEET!NG. County of the City > T fleeting of the Waterford. V/. V Fn'rmen ar>d Free-' . ho'.jcrs ofthtC-tyof Witcrf.jrd, coudit usually held, to notice ?ivcn by the ffherifi& of laid city, ThuruliCthe of January, i?l4» T. Piuce and J. Ramsey, ECjri. Sherig* in t - chair,
13 January 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
N O T I C E.

N O T I C E.

N T C E. IC»= Stont-y, Gent *] pURS'JANT to the ope of the litornies, Decree of his Mar Phlr.tiff. jefty’j-Court Ex- Mary Mdloy, Widow chequer, in Ireland, and Executrix of Pa- m:ule in this caufc, Mi:l!ny, decea* bearing date the zad of fed Barnaby Dun j Jury, 178,1, ao bercasa
13 January 1784 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ttOt’Sl, OfFlCfeS, and FAR?.

ttOt’Sl, OfFlCfeS, and FAR?.

THIRTY-Tbree Acre», chiefir Meadow, nr.'! nriftly et.il. f.c; With .1 hvt Van (i-■ ■ unted «'.tlitn fpor M kspf Dublin, beiw«»C’iJp-.l rt anrt Lucan, the uth Bank of ili« i.if {■• v, to fet, fold 'be rmdr ft in the Leaft, cf which tlit-rc ai . fevtivy car» unexplied. Apply Major
21 March 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To the L A D I E S.

To the L A D I E S.

Thk i;re of fashionable HEAD DRESSES, «» EKGUSH’s T«te Warehouse, (toe v One this Kingdom) No. zb, Nzflau-Street. Tctcs -nd Syftcmi of faci. Ittp. ricr Qua t»y and L'ghtnefi, frarce to 'Clttin the H*-.cL; aad, lits Deceptions arc of fnch Excclletict., -not to ba di'tinguiflicd f
24 December 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Irilh Parliament;

Irilh Parliament;

HOUSE OMMO N 5. ikttmher ?X. Mr. Fden read and prefented to the Hpufe Mijeft’s to the of both H.iufes.—Ordered to entered on the jour- following bills being returned from England, received the tuft reading: The Sugar Bill. The Tobacco Bill. The inen Trade. The Trade Rill. And Th
24 December 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ink Stands and Travelling Cafes.

Ink Stands and Travelling Cafes.

The greateft Variety of Ebony Ink Stands all fiz-s, Convenience tor the Compting- Hoiife or Clofet, from 4s. 411. to two Guinea* each alfo Travelling Cafes of red, green, snd black Leather, roll in 'he fmal’eft Conipafs, from tys. to 2!. ss. 6d. Phi'ofophical Ink St mdsfrom is.
24 December 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T O B F, S O L D,

T O B F, S O L D,

T F, L D, Intcreft in the tlie Lanas Killm’tringe, intlu county Sligo; and Knox, the county of Mayo; held under : See Killalia, which there arc near years atv.-xptreil, ing very valuable inlereft. Application mad*; Ar Neal O’Donorl, Baronet.—-Dated lids jd day May, 1785.
26 May 1785 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Fox trtf DUBLIN EVENING POST.

Fox trtf DUBLIN EVENING POST.

THE adjiiftment of the tntercourfe between Great liritaiii and Ireland, much tviihed for every riend bo»h, feems now as little likely to accompjiljied amucable terms, if the two countries wore not txiur.d the tics of one common Kinwr, and one common imexell: In the f.rft place,
26 May 1785 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland