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Thu duty paid on negroes imported dire£fly [‘'cm Africa, that is to fay, for every negroe other imported direCfly from Africa, the height jtour f«et and upwards, the of jl. fterling ; and w tvtiy one under that height (fucking children ex the lum 3«s. Iterling ; and the fame duti
23 October 1783 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS.

A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS.

ARCHER and CAWTHORNE, Bookfellers, No. 18, Crampton court, refpcflfully acquaint their Friends and the Public, that they have confiderably tncreafed their ColleAion of CHEAP BOOKS, which now confifts of near FEN THOUSAND |VULUMES, of which a CATALOGUE will be publifhed early in
23 October 1783 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
At No. 129, James’s flteei, near the Toll houfe, Dublin, A CONSTANT larjre Supf f corled Hair (of Iders; Ox,

At No. 129, James’s flteei, near the Toll houfe, Dublin, A CONSTANT larjre Supf f corled Hair (of Iders; Ox,

Goat and Deer’* Pen, prepar'd l«r Saddtera, &c. rrlepan i hair Po»er», difftrent atrrrn‘ ; Hor e Hair, Hop bag for Brtwers, long and (horr Hair, K'ln Cloths, &i, &t. N B. A» fhe pripcipai of the Tanner • Hair is eoflftjmty engaged, enabled fcU fetter . than rs in that iaufinefs.
23 October 1783 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O let for the Term four Years, during the Mint-rity of O’Neil Scvrave, fq. t'-e Houle and immefne of Cahra,

O let for the Term four Years, during the Mint-rity of O’Neil Scvrave, fq. t'-e Houle and immefne of Cahra,

within one Mile of Dublin, which Poffeffion will be given, with an excellent Set of newly built Offices o( all Kinds, in perfedl Repair. Thf Dome tie contains 16 Acres of very fine Land, the hole, or any Portion of which, will be fet amoft pleafing the Tenant, with a good Garden
23 October 1783 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CIVIL BILL MIOCESSCS.' FOR tl • ot' I)u!ilin, !o hud cf I’ETER HOEY, - t the M'rcu * i" ikirr.er-row.

CIVIL BILL MIOCESSCS.' FOR tl • ot' I)u!ilin, !o hud cf I’ETER HOEY, - t the M'rcu * i" ikirr.er-row.

f.ote, tlic Court in ptirfut.nce tf li-'in<nt 'rul lit c - Monday the idthol April t'Cni, rnd n.uft l»e fotttti lAtlve i*?ys br'o e 'hot
27 March 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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merclif.tit:, b'jt by la- , ing au additional duty 61. per <«nr. ,' >n tailors. Can we, after thij, have

merclif.tit:, b'jt by la- , ing au additional duty 61. per <«nr. ,' >n tailors. Can we, after thij, have

any conr,- dence in Adminiftration ? They tnay u',- always, however, find fnch maiorities as they "have experienced. Alter Chriftmas ex;:ett fee thefe benches full of men that wont always vote with them. Mr. Grattan (aid, though he agreed -* principles of the addrefs, and had li
11 December 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, December it.

DUBLIN, December it.

Laft Friday, Mr. Brownlow waited his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, with a copy the addrefs from the National Convention his Majcfty, which he faid the Deleyates thought it duty incumbent them t > communicate his Excellency before its delivery his M jelly. His Excellency thanke
11 December 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Pnfv/ali for Printing by Suhfcriftim, The VOLUNTEERS’ COMPANION, BEING Colle&ion ofMantcuvres, laid down on Copper-plates, in plain manner, as to

Pnfv/ali for Printing by Suhfcriftim, The VOLUNTEERS’ COMPANION, BEING Colle&ion ofMantcuvres, laid down on Copper-plates, in plain manner, as to

be underdoed by the meaned capacity. CONDITIONS. I. That thi* work dial! be printed ip one quarto Volume, on good type, and a fopernne paper, to be neatly fewed iq marble paper; and that the plates fiiall be executed in mafterly manner. 11. That the price to Subfcribers half a g
11 December 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY,

SATURDAY,

prefenting them in Parliament. If lam chofen r reprefentative, will bring a bill into rli-jment, for effettualtv preventing the diftrefles of the working Manufacturers in future, and on all occasions will the vigilant guardian of your real welfare. Gentlemen, I wifli not. hv fpe
31 May 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Fo the Independent ELECTORS of the QJJEEN’s County. Gentlemen, the liberty of offering myfelf at Candidate for the honour Reprefenting

Fo the Independent ELECTORS of the QJJEEN’s County. Gentlemen, the liberty of offering myfelf at Candidate for the honour Reprefenting

you in Parliament, the next Genera] Elelliou. A Grntleman who long and faithfully f.rved you in Parliament h tl.ougnt me worthy to his property and his name. flatter myfelf that hjs partiality for me, will conlidered you as a circumftancd in savour of charafter. (hall only add,
11 February 1783 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland