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TUESDAY, JAtrVARt 12, 1819.

TUESDAY, JAtrVARt 12, 1819.

SOI. from some person person's unknown. The pfisorter, 1 poor wotnnn, brought this note to Mr. ttnrfey, ‘Orocer, in Cln>lem int-strect. anil rei|ues(ed him to eliaiige for her ; lie asVnfTier the smonlit, and she said' it was for a jjßinea On Tootcirig it’, however, he discovere
12 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION,

WANTS A SITUATION,

A Steady active young Woman, as Housemaid, or Children’s Maid, has lived thirteen years in one Family, washes and makes small Linen ; her character will the trictest enquiry, would as thorough servant in a small family. A line addressed »o B. Fgt the Office Sanders's News-Letter
12 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

Utneiick, tbt l.d/ VTiUita Tieldinj, E*i. of sou and heir. At near Newcastle, the lady of Cspta Travers. the Rifle Brigade, son and heir. toe Plan.* Paris, the Salis eon. In 'Ve/hourgh-slraet, London, Sunday last, lady Theodosia Rice, son. oft the I7ih xnittnf. the IjJy Thom» C.
23 January 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 January 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
gsiiyyUwtnt to tje Sttilin mttiay Ktaifiitv

gsiiyyUwtnt to tje Sttilin mttiay Ktaifiitv

Sttilin Ktaifiitv MEETING OF PAHUAfIENT. House of Loaos, jam. H- two o’clock the Lords met. Lord Liverpool stated, that the Prince Regent had letters patent appointed Lord Chief Baron Richards, preside the room of the Lord Chancellor. The Commissioners appointed open the present
23 January 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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The Cosumittte a|'j>ointc«J to collect subscriptions for Mr. Hay been succ.-lstul to ue relieve him from the execution issucii agiinst fiy Mr. George Fttzpatrick. Iho unnoqnce that they are encouraged to continue ertions in his hehult', and avail themselves spirit with wliich al
16 January 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
upon finally decide this question, and the hart) Grand Jury iloo.n, during term, would not afford sufficient time for considering

upon finally decide this question, and the hart) Grand Jury iloo.n, during term, would not afford sufficient time for considering

the meats requisite to enable you to form just opinion question of much moment to the Citizens Dublin, I think it due those who dissent from, as well those who agree in opinion witli me, bring the subject thus early and public under consideration, for the purpose ot allowing'tim
16 January 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EAS'CtINDIEti. A Supplementary London Gazette, caotoming despatches from India, «»j publiahedoa Thunday. Tba first despatch is from the Marquis Hastings,

EAS'CtINDIEti. A Supplementary London Gazette, caotoming despatches from India, «»j publiahedoa Thunday. Tba first despatch is from the Marquis Hastings,

and is dated Goruckpore. June 20, 1618. It relates the future destiny the Peishws, ( Kow,) who, it appears, is to re* side a private individual in some city within the encieut possessions of the Company, probably Benares, enjoying an allowance suited to person of high birth, but
23 January 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland