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1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SILK BUSINESS.

SILK BUSINESS.

Iclalt. Houle, of in th« above c inuft write pretty [■ *i‘»e of book-keeping. lone but person the above Icttc* (Silk) at the Pii i*-. frect, Houfc, the lowec letter to B. J. the :• active intelligent young .icxions, who writes a fair ;!<r. of acconnts, and a perfect Hour hnfinef
1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By the 1 oidtLieutebant and Council of Ireland A PROCLAMATION.

By the 1 oidtLieutebant and Council of Ireland A PROCLAMATION.

HARDWICKE. ' it hath been certified to ns, the De> VV puty Clerk of the Crown for the Home Circuit, 'tat at General Affixes held in and for the Queen's counq the 13th day of Augull laft, a bill indictment was fecund againft Daniel Haggarty, late of Mounthail, in tk fud county; J
1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HENRIETTA-STREET.

HENRIETTA-STREET.

HENRIETTA -STREET. TO SOLD, prlK capital' dwellinjj Houle and conCerrtt wherein .1 the late Lord of Meath rtfided, containing the accommodations ncctflary for a large family, with o Sces of every detcription, two cxtcnfive yards, Raiding 18 hoifts, and houles for 6 carriages, wit
1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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A CAPITAL STANDING.

A CAPITAL STANDING.

TO let, the houfe No. 49, Cdpel Dreet; ia point of frtuatior and extent, is equal to any Handing in this city, being large double houf-, completely laid out with ex ten five- ware-rooms, work-lhops, &c. large yard, colchhuufe, if vble, and a lane at the rere. Its contiguity to F
1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
God Save the King.

God Save the King.

By the I/Ord Lieutenant and Council of Irelaud. A PROCLAMATION. HARDWICKE. WHEREAS wc have received information upon oath, that between the hours of one and two o’clock on th&norning of Monday the till day of September lad, John Clarke, a private in hit Majc'ty's Royal J'yrooe R
1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGE

CARRIAGE

WANTiD Imsoedirtlv, fecMid chariot, vHlh i'oi' Ipnng blinai. impi nal, ai.ci oth. «1 warranted »hc purcliaic:, at.d lliv |#w. ocmltir.au or tratief-oan havioo Jucli one Blip will treated with by a line to t!ic Printer. James Tandy, wine iiAOT, | No. 6, Ixjwir I doucclK r-lt.cri,
1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCARLET OX TONGUE.

SCARLET OX TONGUE.

J MERLE, of the old cftabliflied French Cookery Cherry coloured Ham, and fcarlet Ox Tongue Wat ehouie, 57, iJeorge’s-ftreet, South, beg* to inform bis cuilomer*. he hat a* uTual, every article his lino of bufinels agreeable to the foafon*. The SCARI.KT OX he would not prefume to
1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW FRUITS, tte. ARRIVED,

NEW FRUITS, tte. ARRIVED,

AT Mioolewouo's Fruit Warehoule, 14, Chathamdreet, lemons, oranges, ratlins, currants, figs, French plums, almonds, wallnuts, frofh filberts, brandy fruits, capers, anchovies, oil, catlaps, pickles, fpices, fauces, liqueurs, fyrups. See. the very bed quality, in whole packages,
1 January 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland