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No. 62. FLEET-STREET,

No. 62. FLEET-STREET,

where constant attendance ts given. No Charge for policy mark when the sum assured, amounted 5001. upwards. N*> extrk charge is now made for Volunteer Corps serving for the defence security of these Realms. * For the convenience Public, the Company hare agreed to extend by speci
31 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHERIFFS’ SALE.

SHERIFFS’ SALE.

TO SOLD AUCTION, the Sheriffs of rh- County of the City Dublin, Virtue of bis Majesty’s Writ of Fieri Facias in this On MONDAY', the I‘2lh day of APRIL, 1819, At the Sheriff's Office, No. I, Ctiarlcs- street, Daniel Ashford, ,s LL the Defendant's Right, Title, Plaintiff. It\ and
31 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the Inst., Thomas Kearney, Mary’s lane, Grocer and Publican. On the November last, decline, at Vera Cruz, the I*th year of his age. Home Popham, second son or Rear- Admiral Sir Home Popham. instant, Edward Hcarne, of New row, E«q. Suddenly cut ofi’ the prime of life, from the
31 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Yesterday morning, in Peter’s Church, the Archdeacon of Dublin, Sarah, eldest daughter of Thompson, Esq. Ely place, James Donovan, Esq, Jon., of this City. Mr. John Gaskin, Cnllege-groen, to Miss Hanna Ramsay, Suffolk-street. At Humble, Rants, England, the Hon Frederick Lumley,
31 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY.

MONEY.

FIVE TO EIGHTEEN HUNDRED THANKS ,ns, to any Person wl.o can procure for Genilainan, who lias served in the late war, in a Military Capacity, (and of w hose reliability the most satisfactory references can be giver.), adequate permanent Situation. Any Utters to 1., 1,. D. at the
31 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'merit of Foreign Affairs, and will, perhaps, obtain all his former intleerre in the administration. The death of the Queen

'merit of Foreign Affairs, and will, perhaps, obtain all his former intleerre in the administration. The death of the Queen

has facilitated the retum of this Minister, which, all events, must produce important consequences; but ca it be expected that his counsel will aid us to recover our American Colonies, and smooth the way to a settlement of our I differences with Portugal;-' No! not think uo. The
31 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ISO. 19,278.J HOLYHEAD MAIL. Arn»«l AMERICAN PAPERS. XE'.V YORK, FEB. 23. Yesterday, agreeably a resolution, of the cor paration, the

ISO. 19,278.J HOLYHEAD MAIL. Arn»«l AMERICAN PAPERS. XE'.V YORK, FEB. 23. Yesterday, agreeably a resolution, of the cor paration, the

freedom of the Citvof New York was conferred upon Major General Jackson, a gold box ceremony ended with tivee cheers from llie assembled crowd the City Hull. Agreeably arrangements, the public dinner to General Jackson was given yesterday, at Tammany r!l. Th * company consisted
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31 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIFPERARY ELECTION. Extract of a Letter from Clonmel. Lord Dunally has decidcdly.declared in favour of his Brother in-law, Mr. Trant,

TIFPERARY ELECTION. Extract of a Letter from Clonmel. Lord Dunally has decidcdly.declared in favour of his Brother in-law, Mr. Trant,

whom we understand has been prevented from publicly addressing the Electors, a recent domestic misfortune ; i: is his intention, however, to do so in a few davs. Glengatl, Bagwell, and many other leading Interests go with this Gentleman. The Junior Aldermen. —Circulars have j en
31 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland