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PARK-PLACE—COUNT'k DUBLIN.

PARK-PLACE—COUNT'k DUBLIN.

BE LET, For such Term of tavern or Years may be agreed upon, and immediate possession given, THAT capital Manaibn-House and Demesne Lands of Park-place, with extensive gardens, hot-iiduses, orchards, and grapery, containing in the whole, 53 acres, situate wjthit} one mile of Swo
1 July 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO PUBLIC INS’I I I'UTIONS.

TO PUBLIC INS’I I I'UTIONS.

PUBLIC INS’I I I'UTIONS. NY Public Body wanting large, spacious and well .'A built House, with a good rere, will find such applying it No. *25, Old Uominick-sircct, where are for sale. Carriages of all Descriptions among which are several new and second-hand Landaus, ditto Landau
21 January 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

CASTLEKNOCK SCHOOL. Thr Rev. Wm Givysse. A. M. Master. for BonrH, and Tuition, in Greek, Latin. Enulith, History, Geoi'rapliy. Composition, Mattie■natics, Algebra, ami Use of the Globes, Forty Guineas ■n r Vcar. Writing, French, Dancing, &c. Sec, as at other respectalde Scliools
21 January 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES FAGAN

JAMES FAGAN

RESPECTFULLY *cqu«nttUie Nobility *nd Gentry that be ii importing the ipust extensive and elegant assortment Perfumery, improved Brushes, Dressing Cases, Work Boxes, Gloves, and various Faney and Useful Articles ever before, perhaps, submitted for their inspection, lately select
26 June 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL ELEC-

GENERAL ELEC-

TION. ;>>;■ r. too GENTLEMEN, QLERGY, AND PREEBOtDEE* OF THE COUNTY OF DUBLIN. Gentlemim. 'M ■'*, , * s Dissolution Of Parliament is expected take place encouraged by the very flattering aasurancea ot support have received from my numerous Friends, I ha.ve.been induced to offer
26 June 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TO BE SOLD.

TO BE SOLD.

SOLD. Hoti-c. No. 2, Old Domlnick-street, with X Coach-house and Stable, all inthe most perfect order and repair. Inquire of Mr. Ponsonby Shaw Bank. Foster Place. - TO BE LIST, On rensunuble Terms, A ml upon from the 25th instant. Six Acres and an Half of Meadow, within half a mi
12 April 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSES.

HOUSES.

T. WIMBITSH, Mary Street, W1 HI grateful thanks to the. Public and his Friends in general, informs them has • forge for Sl icing, under .his own inspection, proper M oikmtn. and hopes for fulu e lavcurs, Pi—AU other branches pi' business attended to •mnvA., , A t monkV. MOSEY, F
12 April 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLYHEAD MAILS Arri««l EAST INDIES. CALCUTTA, NOVk I. Our letters from the Ouhkin mention that Sir John Malcolm was near

HOLYHEAD MAILS Arri««l EAST INDIES. CALCUTTA, NOVk I. Our letters from the Ouhkin mention that Sir John Malcolm was near

to HuSseinabad, and had intimated that he would be there on the morning of the 19th. The Nerbudda continued unusully Tull, there being, on the 15th, 18 feet water where it was most shallow. Should this continue, it would occasion some difficuity in crossing the troops. There was
31 March 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW PATENT HAT.

NEW PATENT HAT.

THE Proprietors have obtained a Patent fora HAT, which has superior biaims id Public Patronage. The principal material is Silk; it has a richer appearance titan the finest Beaver*—will wear much longer—is equally light, ■ad retains its shape to the last. The colour it the most b
31 March 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
' JVIERdAfoTILB SALES.

' JVIERdAfoTILB SALES.

OND VRAS MAUOGAN\\ Bt AUCTION. Joseph wllsok son and co. WILL SELL ar AUCTION, At Ort'e o’Claek, . On THIS DAY, Sist MARCH, 181$, , the Norths Will, 30,000 Feet of Prime Honduras Mahogany. ' , JOHN DAV’IS, Auctioneer. Dublin, 27th Match, 1818. CLASSON AND DUGGAN Rave just receiv
31 March 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland