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>nd fairest bi-klt r. all ih-it and tj

>nd fairest bi-klt r. all ih-it and tj

fairest bi-klt r. all ih-it and Premises ii 7 t!ic Town ami Lards liutbnrtbnnroen, <tl situate in the County Gal on'* vifJed Town and Lands of Lis-viariane, Lough thereunto ludor glng; one imuivided Town and Lands of Isl Olhcrv. i Clocaenan,; Clponkeilymore, otherv. ■ -k v; Crosi
10 February 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 February 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY ADVANCED.

MONEY ADVANCED.

ANY sum from £5OO to £50,000 ready to be advanced on Landed Property or other secured Incomes. Personal application, or letters (post paid) stating particulars, and addressed to Meredith and Co. No. 11, Mecklenburgbstreet, Dublin, or Burrou'S and Co. Russell Mews, HowLudstreet,
29 October 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEAR SIR,

DEAR SIR,

.51 « i 111 consequence of Letter ■•-■ d to Mr. Maoek. tinted tlie 30th idt. bin which L »iid not receive until late last night, 1 think it take the enrliesl opportunity cf you, that feel duty submit communication the Association. The late important communications cannot fail ur
10 February 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
idland.

idland.

Warsaw, O t. IS.—For these three ilayr- past the iolaktaats ll .is city lif.ve had the happiness liaviog among ih.m their Sovercl'ti. the Etppcror Alexander, who arrived here thcSOth ul:. at eight i t the ceening. Ills Wajesiv came wry Urrcse-l.i'.cwsai, and slept last at Siedlo
29 October 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH CATHOLICS.

IRISH CATHOLICS.

The following article intelligence appears the Continental Papers: Homf, I—The Sfnle’s rffite fully occiij-.fti The French Am!».i frequent conferences Cardinal GonsnKi and his Holiness. Alxnovt every d.iy there are Slat *. the irisli ('lioroii arc much advanced. The lievciend Fa
2 July 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLEET PRISONERS.

FLEET PRISONERS.

Earl S I presented Petition from the Debtors Hprisored the Fleet Pri on, praying relief.' rnd that they rot deprived the benrff*. the existing Insolvent JlcbloiV Act. addition lo the term of their imprisonment. They complained the enormous law charges to which they were subjecte
2 July 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
St.

St.

•rAL CONVERTS,
21 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT AND ENTERPRISE

SPIRIT AND ENTERPRISE

Are qualities very generally discovered in British Subjects hence the desire which has proved so highly beneficial the Empire large. There is, however, but which exempts the useful individual from ruin, whilst confers state Public advantage, and that is— THE LOTTERY. ' As, for e
26 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TURN Pi KB TOLLS.”

TURN Pi KB TOLLS.”

TURN KB TOLLS.” NOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS of the TURNPIKE from Dublin Dun leer, will Let for One Year, from the i’llh day January next. —Proposals in writing, and sealed up, will received Gcorgk M‘Kr!TACART, Esq. Drogheda, (one t!»e Directors.) until Monday, the Jauu
28 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland