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BARILLA ASHi'.S.

BARILLA ASHi'.S.

PARCEL of beft Barilla for Sale. Inquire Mr. Reed, Broker, Crampton-court. FIELDS FOR GRAZING. I' O let, until the firft Day oi March, the Grafs four Fields, containing in the Whole about 18 Acres, well div dcd, Part of Furry Park, not two Miles from Dublin by the Black Quarry R
20 October 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY DUBLiN

COUNTY DUBLiN

TO let from the 15th March lad, for fuch I Term of Litci or Years, and in fuch Divifions i or Number of Acres as (hall he ajfTeed upan, the Lands' of ROEBUCK, and the Mills and Lands of Clonfkea,' in the County of Dublin, Part of the Eftate of the, Right Honourable Lord Tnmlefto
20 October 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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«■»*«•*./ * .-v [Total No. 2103 LOTTERY INTELLIGENCE, % Government Security every Adventurer. J O H N C A H, BEOS Leave to acquaint jiis numerous Cuftom?r«, and the Public in general, that Ji« has received London ENGLISH STATE LOTTERY TICKETS, in a of T«ou» sands, which art now o
20 October 1784 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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20 October 1784 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
» Meetinc*f CsaTLsuiy, Clckc and Faat■ of toe City DUBLIN, held purl'uant to public Notice, Monday the nth Day October,

» Meetinc*f CsaTLsuiy, Clckc and Faat■ of toe City DUBLIN, held purl'uant to public Notice, Monday the nth Day October,

at the Weaver’s Hall, to take into Coali.leraiion the Matter contained in a Requifiiion made to the Sheriffs of this City, for adopting the otolf irracTUaL and constitutional Means to procure a PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. •Hr Es) WARD NEWENHAM being called to the Chair, IT was relolve
20 October 1784 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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For the Benefit of Mils WHEELER.

For the Benefit of Mils WHEELER.

Fi t Night. TO-Moitow Evening will be the new Connie Opera oF The DOUBLE STRATAGFM Written the AUTHOR GIBRALTAR, The Mufic new, and chiefly compoled by Sig Giordant. The principal Chaiafteriby Mteil, Baker, Glenville, E. Baker, Cittry, Murphy, Brennan, Smiih, and Barrington. Mif
12 May 1784 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A Since our lall arrived ONE Briti/h Packet, which brought the following Advices. * FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. , Conftanlmoplti March BARON

A Since our lall arrived ONE Briti/h Packet, which brought the following Advices. * FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. , Conftanlmoplti March BARON

Herbert, Imperial Mfnifter, in February, prefenceid a memorial u> the Divan, fetting forth the many, favours granted 'to Kulha, and claiming the fame' advantages for his court. On the 24th of March, v the Mufti held an extraordinary council, the members of which did not heiitate
12 May 1784 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - 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
 
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