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baking trade.

baking trade.

F.LEANOR tM, VING retired from said busineai and ip 'ofhj Mou-e and Concerns, No. 61. Meath st t, to John M-Ouinness, who has done her many years, requests Floor Merchants and all other persons connected will) the Trade, will take notice of the above. January 11,181». 11
11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOARD & LODGING;

BOARD & LODGING;

WANTED for a young Lady, who will be found perfectly eligible, in » family of respectability a healthy part the City or the vicinity thereof. The Lady •■as her own furniture A line stating particulars, addressed to Mrs. Meredylb.at the Office of Saunders’s News- Letter, will be
11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In the Matter cf the Hon.l ''lt E Estatw CHRIST CHURCH-YARD. Cbnrles Ffrench, (now I. hereafter /juj/Jinrr Maltrill* by Auction,

In the Matter cf the Hon.l ''lt E Estatw CHRIST CHURCH-YARD. Cbnrles Ffrench, (now I. hereafter /juj/Jinrr Maltrill* by Auction,

Lord Ffreneh) Henry E. Henry Edmond Taaffe.Esq. appointed by Act of Parliament, Taaffe, Michael Mnrria, ' one N»ut lianktupts, ; fur makin? Wide and Convenient the f- William Keary, the Hon. any part of them, wi.l ; jj ,j „ ivi ; y{ ; ,,ice. Ib.it they will, 'Wednesday Thomas Ff
11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DIRECTORS

THE DIRECTORS

think it necessary mention, that since the of "She CtWipany I 7!f4, LIFE-INSURANCE,, tins been a material ofijcc* their attention. The Hates •f Insurance, and the piinriplet which |{OT«m the Establishment, are exactly simitar to those of the Royal Exchange, and other res.Hctable
11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Order, THOS, & UAV. U. SHERRARD. WM. BENNETT, Auctioneer. January 7. IBIS/. ® WANTS. (AH Letters to'be post paid.)

Order, THOS, & UAV. U. SHERRARD. WM. BENNETT, Auctioneer. January 7. IBIS/. ® WANTS. (AH Letters to'be post paid.)

11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROFIT RENTS.

PROFIT RENTS.

TO BE SOLD, r iIE following Profit Kents, either separately or tege• ther. They are most eligi circumstanced, end arise from Lands within seven miles of Dublin. 15s. for three lives or 27 year** -II 10a. Cd, for same term. And Os. Cd. for same tarot. rf’fog ss. 05. The pm chaser
11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
on, ctMS t .IB •hit, tbo root*. genertj of tW gftat brrtd.h inl-ii.ou» alw.igi.tiou ill* •«»’ (oretuher. heat (town. Ihe

on, ctMS t .IB •hit, tbo root*. genertj of tW gftat brrtd.h inl-ii.ou» alw.igi.tiou ill* •«»’ (oretuher. heat (town. Ihe

stubble* full of pisiure , toe barejisis, M.t band to any <Ueo, «. giv--. ,e*t'*cr eagress.y fey a nd uat«, in many parts, having produced frtsh or Vxaciiy, ary sanction to »> inf .rauus violation reeo cro p ] he grass so good, that both sheep tighli, as well the ngM* aIL 4n til
11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE PUBLIC.

TO THE PUBLIC.

A Clergyman of the Established Church, who has a Wife and £Uvcn Children, Ten of whom are daughters, ann who for many years kept a Boarding School spectabilfy, has, by a aeries of unavoidable misfortunes, been reduced to the greatest distress, and whilst he was under confinement
11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
7h'e first tidMuknent iu the Ukitei kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, under the Name o) THE PHENIX INSURACE COMPANY,

7h'e first tidMuknent iu the Ukitei kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, under the Name o) THE PHENIX INSURACE COMPANY,

WAS originally opened at No. 93. Dame-street, the corner of Crampton court, now one of the oldest Companies in Dublin, for Insurance in Ireland, against Fire only, being no way connected with any English Company, or concerned in the Insurance of Ships or Lives ; consequently the
11 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland