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TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

BE SOLD, Host desirably circumstanced Fee Simple Estate, producing upwards of SOOI. per annum, and situate in the best part of Dublin, Application John Creed, Solicitor, 37, Clarendonstreet. 4 Vegetable Tooth Powder and Adstringeni Tincture. THE VEGETABLE TOOTH POWDER HAS long re
4 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAMBERLAIN’S OFFICE, Dublin Castle, Jan. '2O, 1819. •There will be a DRAWING-ROOM at the CASTLE, on THURSDAY EVENING, the 4.th

CHAMBERLAIN’S OFFICE, Dublin Castle, Jan. '2O, 1819. •There will be a DRAWING-ROOM at the CASTLE, on THURSDAY EVENING, the 4.th

of MARCH. . Such Ladies as ARE TO BE PRSENTED to their Excellencies the Lord Lieutenant and Countess Talbot, are requested to be at the Castle at EIGHT O’CLOCK, on Thursday Evening, the 4lh of March. There will also a DRAWING-ROOM, on THURSDAY EVENING, the lith day of MARCH. , i
4 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARIS PAPERS.

PARIS PAPERS.

Dr.'dopement of the Marpiis de Bitrlhelemjj Proposition. The Marquis de Barthelemy explained his proposition ; he commenced bv stating, that one of the most deplorable results of revolutions, was the incertitude which was felt relative to the institutions best suited to nation w
5 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF KILL)AIIE.

COUNTY OF KILL)AIIE.

COUNTY KILL)AIIE. be for three bve» <»r thirty-one years, that pari the l.ancis of KilrusSi. late in possession John Finnefty, containing A. theteaboufs. Kncouragemenl will he given improving Tenant; and as the Lan Isare now in hands, the possession could he banded over forthwith
5 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR ONE

FOR ONE

In Hospitals the st Jan, Admitted in the month of Discharged cured in Februa Died, Remaining in Hospitals 22i Decrease in numlier this me Fever Patients Clothes disi Habitations visited Mcdi Apartments Whitewashed, Rears of* houses, courts, hac Persons employed daily at washing,
2 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ing jris'ii relief. It was, liowcver, to he hoped, that the lime of itself would operate a remedy, and contri,utt*

ing jris'ii relief. It was, liowcver, to he hoped, that the lime of itself would operate a remedy, and contri,utt*

lo the restoration of a more wholesome slate to the .rent ho of society. It gave him sincere pleasure to ,bserve. th«l although offences against property had multiplied extensively, offences of a blacker dye, had not aug men id in the same ion. The great m iss the growth of crim
6 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR THE HEAD AND EYES.

FOR THE HEAD AND EYES.

CORDIU. Cl LIC it gr.itflul «nd efltcliml I’cmnly for l).> rd,im ; th« »»p C'.ally Ihe common It remove drew. sinews and giddiness; oftho h ; i, cclidit in curing recent im; i, ti ; i* and complaint,, arc in Memory when impaired disorder* tieaj Jt j, also prcseciealite .'ionst i
6 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET.

TO BE LET.

a O.MPI.ETELY Furnished, with Coach House and ■_ Stable, Mangling room, Ac., the House Vp. y|, Kildare street, Kildare-place ' The siluatiun ia fashionable and central. Knqmre the House . 1 UliT, With a Fine.) From the 2Slh of March instant, for live* yean be agreed pn, TWO exce
1 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LvDIES

THE LvDIES

THE ARE most respectfully informed, that the greatest Stock of Haberdashery, Silk Mercery, Muslins. Jewellery. and Millinery ever for Sale Auction, will commence COOKE and SMYTH’S, 38, NrissiVt Jrerf, near Graft oust feet 9 MONDAY, MARCH, JSI9. At»d following da}s, The property o
1 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS SITUATION, Thorough Servant, a steady aclivt young Woman, in a small regular family, has no objection to town or

WANTS SITUATION, Thorough Servant, a steady aclivt young Woman, in a small regular family, has no objection to town or

untry, and can be well recommended from her ist place. Any commands to be left for F. N. at No. 7, Johnson’s-Court. Britain-street, or the Office Saunders's News-Lett-, r, will strictly attended to.
3 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland