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ROTUNDA. s .j Under ffo immediate Patrotase of hii Ejcellcnci- . (ii //«■ Lord LitUTewANT, (a'/io hnt graciouilyX tignifird hit

ROTUNDA. s .j Under ffo immediate Patrotase of hii Ejcellcnci- . (ii //«■ Lord LitUTewANT, (a'/io hnt graciouilyX tignifird hit

intention of honoring the Concept '] U hSI) .1 . .TAMt.Jfiy uil/t his presence) and the Cnnnlru lbot. THE Demoiselles LIIIU, «nd Signor I’L'ZZI, have the honor of announcing that llicir SECOND CONCERT Will take phre TO-MORROW EVENING, (Wedne&Jay. January 27, 1819) at the UOrCNUA
26 January 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The followinp; It

The followinp; It

The It •* Resolved. That « the bond of dinonHm ; cannot hut deplore lh Catholic Country men l*n Jtenutv.il »*f iJ Countrymen. That romtn*iii inrn, tc* appi'intrl Parliament, vis.; The Caoaru-WAi Mr. «s. Aral Mr. Boar *♦ That lJ»e Pctitiot TeaU. 4»* the the Parihhof St. ** That h.
26 January 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
band anu houses.

band anu houses.

DUBLIN To LEI’, for any Term that may agreed on, and potion can tiven €,t .224 A. Laud. *u*lO 'lie Neighbourhood of TE;V(PLEOGUE, adjoining the Hoad leading to ialugln. Ttia farm well enclosed, in high condition. Abo. two comfortable New Houaes. with Stabling, walkdfc La«flw.6»
23 January 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ISJ 15 7

ISJ 15 7

ISJ Boif. about forty acre*..^ —The Land; vill narataly ur together. 10 the Right Hou. Henry Or' tt**. William Esq. Parker Ea<]. Memon-square, Dublin, or i?. r* lingham, Strudbally. QUEEN'S CO.—To LET, the htrf "May next, for two lives and tneuty-one years. rent, port the .MAHO.
23 January 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Societ’i i'ur Promoting the Education <]) the Pour nj Inland. Seventh Antiunl General Mcctinj' of tin* JL Jr.»titul!..n, will held

Societ’i i'ur Promoting the Education <]) the Pour nj Inland. Seventh Antiunl General Mcctinj' of tin* JL Jr.»titul!..n, will held

.it their New Model Sehnol. Kildate-Place, <m Saturday, the3olh d«y ol January nistant. at Twelve o’Cleek. when the lleport of the Committee for the past year will presented, and other WtMltm irtmaactetl B5- The presence of all Persons anxious promote the rseueml Educat ion the
23 January 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THEAtRE-ROYAL. npHIS Etwing, JanUarj SB, 1819, • X Servants will perform (not acted here these jrw) ibe Comedy THE HYPOCRITE.

THEAtRE-ROYAL. npHIS Etwing, JanUarj SB, 1819, • X Servants will perform (not acted here these jrw) ibe Comedy THE HYPOCRITE.

Sir John Lambert, Mr. Younger ; Colonel Lambert, r. Macarlhy; Doctor Cantwell, Mr. Lynch; Mawworm, Jtfr. Johnson.— Old Lady Lambert, Mrs. Kennedy; Lady Lambert, Miss Kennedy Charlotte, Mrs. Darison. After which a Pas Deux, by Mr. St. Albtn an* Hiss Aylet. conclude with the Farce
28 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEHAMBULATIdtf,

PEHAMBULATIdtf,

Made to nrertain and mark out the exact and legal Boundaries of the City, pursuant to an order the High Court of Chancery to him directed for that purpose. The Map is now ready for the Engraver, and may lie seen at the Office of Neville and Son, Surveyors of Land, Valuers of Est
28 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
from W. N. W. with loss, .-anchors The troops are all landed safe* • • JUNIUS.-If Sir Philip Pranas was

from W. N. W. with loss, .-anchors The troops are all landed safe* • • JUNIUS.-If Sir Philip Pranas was

the author the Letters under this signature, rt may ' surprise that from some document the matte, has not ascertained, as the grave has now over all consequences, and the writings might make the descendants of any man Theatre iDrama of H&b Roy Macgregor was perfoimed Wednesday n
25 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fcORPORATION PETITION.

fcORPORATION PETITION.

The Petition against the Emancipation of our Catholic fellow-couutiymen, was then read ; it conveyed all that could he said on that subject, particularly mentioning a part of the speech of George the first, in the year 1772, which most powetfully bore on the prayer of the Petiti
23 January 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland