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need al rei'utation, aad, iSC-rlant. the? tell niounirtinerrs that t’veir Counttyii-ea arebe Savages! HieaL&Urtl gra.jh «'e seJ;;ct Paris Paper AwC. IT. —l'lic v. have corccrni!*? ti;e Swis? who v over »o nat ive to Jri%htcn the p oi' this en;i_i lilt's* People have f into and u
5 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIGHT <SF.NKRAL ELECTION' «wfiat abould be as theprobnbK' sn>' g. . „ , . \ th'tt th'’Cor.l-1 ‘There no smoke

LIGHT <SF.NKRAL ELECTION' «wfiat abould be as theprobnbK' sn>' g. . „ , . \ th'tt th'’Cor.l-1 ‘There no smoke

v-ithoul fav.” very ofihe will rwt .isit • have various occasions, upon the G.cneral Eioctioa prove support the poor i:. this year ..f univers. 'riIVIIsDAY, HEPTEMIfER V 2. L te , t!l Men.oEals of Imbviduuls against that the measure either is, or was, • tretts, and general stagn
12 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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I**::o-t»<■*;?, t!U e r*i'viiMrirr man iVj. :! J.l. I*', i rir'f-; l ; '. *r<* t:ij o.* v-an {)i). Ie Mr. fi; ; '/• btiievv llial vie S.^aev-halier, !.e sti.l in lisc same I'j - v.a.kul .iboui lor storm blow mcr, ami thou his ok» f table; ' Cuilvv*ii:y, wliicli still follows in t
12 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
William Joseph Holland,3 lIKIILAS Oi’CiOl* Esq. Cnstodee, j ▼ made in this Cause, bear- Plaintiff. j date this day, the

William Joseph Holland,3 lIKIILAS Oi’CiOl* Esq. Cnstodee, j ▼ made in this Cause, bear- Plaintiff. j date this day, the

Lord Trea- William Maimseil, Gen-• surcr’s llejnemhranccr required tlcman, one the At- set Public Cant to the liightornies, - and fairest Didder, Dwelling- Defendant. house, and Appurtenances, for- morly occupied by Maurice Fitz- Gerald, and situate in Quay-lane, otherwise calle
21 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Doctor Jvkj.ly )<»ctor Mao aim a Doctor K I.KN . The last five were* Coaieinpor:irit3 r' O-.sory. ■>'' ;/ii Lottcr. (late'l l . Vis Insu n-itivcdl»v i!'- Ts. follow ritjuest ajiuiicii Hint” panlon-■ was mUipti-'l v. ill In* com tlio /< ‘if
21 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Price sd. iNEUAL ELECTION. the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders of the King’s County. T7»NCOURAGED "by mwy very respectable Interests ofter

Price sd. iNEUAL ELECTION. the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders of the King’s County. T7»NCOURAGED "by mwy very respectable Interests ofter

myself a Candidete to represent your c runty the next Vacancy that shall occur, I trust it ill not appear premature at so early a period to submit my pretensions vour consideration. . , From the probable distance of the event of Election, 1 should not soon have solicited your su
28 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUN FISH OIL.

SUN FISH OIL.

BMAZIERE has received quantity from the * West Coast Fishery, saved with the best care, clean and pure. As he has engaged with the Proprietors not sell any other Lamp Oil, the Buyers may be assured what sells unmixed with any inferior quality. To had Casks of 10, and 40 Gallons,
28 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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5 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CANAL TRAVELLING.

CANAL TRAVELLING.

As friends to that iairv.-rtnnt concern, ‘’if Grand Canal, rejoice hear the increase passengers late, indeed to degree that promise* a large additi; its rev,-nee; the attentive consideration also that its affairs receive from Government promise res alts of tire roost gratiij'ing
3 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lias keeii l»V you, the IVoscTiitor, and the and manner sueh concession, have lessened the for theort’ence which yon hare

lias keeii l»V you, the IVoscTiitor, and the and manner sueh concession, have lessened the for theort’ence which yon hare

: jruiliy ; l»nt, however the feelings the individual may l, aV e there i; something the offence very serious nature, when high blood and angry disputes lead to breaches the peace : and the taw says, that when two persons meet for the purpose deciding die differences in mortal i
3 September 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland