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O BE SOi D.

O BE SOi D.

D. Valuable Interest for li»,s, renesrat<le for ever, in ft Otises and irounds. nnsahtoß the f . itcnl«t Ro-d, near to D«r»«» street, andarijoinmy M s-pr . Sl crtard-street Tbe.tc erises are in a r.s;n* situation, aod ssubject only to die small head 'fciit O' h »« Iteen let prufi
22 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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IV.: th A[n.\

IV.: i it( C'ourt ' '.Ttial It ». w not t to nt.ik-' gimeptal clothing ileht. Maj..: i.j.'j ■'oni' any fr>m hro.nuton J4arr«.*k rote' :or,l.iv< rj'bol to \V are the loss lonrl Car tu.inlv. in j pack from Flv L. iil i>iiut> - r.. n. liaiVi r. he; In-,:ccc.:rs, . .in, s, and cl an;
22 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGS THEATRE,

KINGS THEATRE,

It i» positively stated, that a License for the j King’s Theatre has been granted by the Lora Cham berlain for four nights only, in consequence of the very full investigation which has been gone into at the Lord Chamberlain’* Office, respecting the proceeds of benefit given at t
3 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lopted the best an most desirable mode of obtain- ing the sense the Meeting, namely, their voice. His Lordship had

lopted the best an most desirable mode of obtain- ing the sense the Meeting, namely, their voice. His Lordship had

called his Protestant brethren together for a holy purpose, that of Petitioning the Legislature in favor tneir Catholic Countrymen, justice and right demanded it. Let a Petition be prepared, and those friendly to the measure sign it, and then it would be seen who were acting hon
12 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION.

BE SOLD BY AUCTION. On Salun/ui/ the 1 3th of February, 1819, At Twelve o’clock. IN THE LOWER CASTLE-YARB, A number of Horses of the Royal Artillery Drivers, Cast on a Reduction, Term, Cash, or of Ire laud Nutet, SERMONS. CHURCH-STREET CHARITY SCHOOLS. Oq Sunday next, the 14th of
12 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION

AUCTION

Of Furniture, twelve pieces of Broad Cloths, twenty two dozen of Tea Trays, twenty dozen Silk Handkerchiefs, some large sized Table Cloth and Counterpanes, 57 beautiful Prints ; a Patent Mangle ; a Brass Telescope on Stand, a grand Piano Forte, by Southwell, eight boxes Mould Ca
12 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE. THE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY IRELAND MANY Years established in Dublin, deem it their duty to entreat the

INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE. THE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY IRELAND MANY Years established in Dublin, deem it their duty to entreat the

attention of Persons in every situation of Life, to that salutary and economical Protection afforded to their Property by this Institution ; where, for a moderate Premium, Indemnity secured against Loss and Damage by Fire. They confidently put forward their Pretensions to the Sa
12 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS SITUATION, Cook, Cook and Thorough Servant an active Woman, who perfectly understands her business; she can produce the best

WANTS SITUATION, Cook, Cook and Thorough Servant an active Woman, who perfectly understands her business; she can produce the best

recommendations from persons of respectability in town—sb-' lived three years in her last place. Any commands addres ed > B. T. the Office Saunders’s News- Letter. will respectfully attended to.
24 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS SITU A MON, Laundry or House Maid, a young Woman, who under stands her business, perfectly well—has objection to

WANTS SITU A MON, Laundry or House Maid, a young Woman, who under stands her business, perfectly well—has objection to

either town or country, and lias lived in »he very first families Ireland, and oar highly recommended by the last lady whom she had the honuu* serve, who is now in town—-belongs the Established Church. Any commands for A. the Office of Saunders'* News-I ter, or No, TO, Suminer-b
24 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATR

THEATR

Third Night of Mr. TO-MORROW Evening Majesty's Servants «il jnedy of A NEW WAY TO Lord Lovel, Mr. Thomps Booth ; Wellborn, Mr. Maci Justice Greedy, Mr. Johnson I.ady Allworth, Miss Whittake Broth, Mrs, Kennedy. End of the Comedy, Miss Aylet, Master and Miss To conclude wit X. Y
18 February 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland