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TO BE SET.

TO BE SET.

TO SET. A Most convenient and extensive WAREHOUSE, with LOFT over it, situate at the rere of the Charitable Infirmary, in Jervis-street, Dublin—the entrance to it from Abbey-street. It in perfect repair. A long lease will given of it. Application be made to Wm. Francis Hart, Soli
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIETY

SOCIETY

For Promoting the Lducition of the of Ireland. WANTED, • A Person qualified to act Superinterrdant and Mjstresa of the Female Scbool, Kildare-place. It is expected that she will Ire competent to instruct in Spelling, Reading, Writing Arithmetic, Needle work, Knitting and Spinnin
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOTTERY. ipHE LOTTERY FINISHKD DRAWING ON YESTEKPAY, IheVlth of JAS U ARY THE WHEEL CONTAINED. BESIDES TWO PRIZES THIRTY THOUSAND

LOTTERY. ipHE LOTTERY FINISHKD DRAWING ON YESTEKPAY, IheVlth of JAS U ARY THE WHEEL CONTAINED. BESIDES TWO PRIZES THIRTY THOUSAND

FOUNDS, Nino oilier Cepiuls of £‘5,000 1,000 500, c- Sc. Ac... , j, CONSOLS AND MONEY. The following is the Grand Scale Cain for the last day : , 2 Tickets must gain 2 Halves 50,000 2 Quarters 15.00Q 2 Eighths 7.J00 Sixteenths ;.. 5,7.50 ; And one Ticket or Share must gain in pr
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
daily governesa

daily governesa

Lady, who has for several years resided with families of the litst respectability as. Governess, to devote a few hours in the day to private Tuition Daily Governess, ' , . . , . The most unexceptionable references shall with respect to character and abilities. Application letter
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. HAY.

MR. HAY.

. To the Editor of Saunders's News-Letter. SIR, . J It must be gratifying to the Catholics of Ireiand to ifnd, that their debt, for which their Secretary, Edward Hay, Esq. was made personally responsible, has, through the liberality of the Catholics of Dublin, been discharged. T
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DECREES. The Right H.Hiorable theO UOHsOANT to the Attorney Genefol, Oecree ot his Majes- A . V ty*« Court of

DECREES. The Right H.Hiorable theO UOHsOANT to the Attorney Genefol, Oecree ot his Majes- A . V ty*« Court of

Exchequer, in Edward Purdon and Other*. I Ireland, made in this cause, ■ - * bearing date the 18th day. HOUSES, LANDS. BUILDING GROUND TO LET. SEVERAL Lots of Building Ground, in theinost improving situntions Dublin, the Estate of the Commissioners of Wide Streets, viz, EDEN-QUA
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
wanted,

wanted,

A Lad good character to attend a Meal Shop, who baa lived some rime at the business. A letter addressed B. A. (Meal Shop) at the Office of Saunders’s News-Letter, with real name, mentioning who ripply to for dharseter, Ac. will be friended to.
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'ST. MARY’S PARISH. earlier period the expulsion of Jamea __ -««r f* ««.’»»*«»»«> «««"* *• perries which they have been

'ST. MARY’S PARISH. earlier period the expulsion of Jamea __ -««r f* ««.’»»*«»»«> «««"* *• perries which they have been

deprived ! answer : The moment that the Bourbons were restored to TO HIS EXCELLKKCY their true and legitimate rights, out hero set off to CHARLES EARL TALBOT, France to add to the influx of our fashionable court- Ueatenaid-Ggnero.l and General Governor of try men. After the laps
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
and three, and be imprisoned in Newgate for Wfclve months from the time of his committal.

and three, and be imprisoned in Newgate for Wfclve months from the time of his committal.

and three, and imprisoned Newgate for Wfclve months from the time of his committal. trust that nothing will prevent his receiving the benefit of this sentence in the most ample manner. John Fitzgerald, for picking pockets, pleaded guilty, and declared that he had no other way mak
13 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland