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would neither tund nor borrow money, it still seems to be the prevalent opinion’hat a Loan is contemplation : we

would neither tund nor borrow money, it still seems to be the prevalent opinion’hat a Loan is contemplation : we

should ourselves rather suspect that a new tax will be attempted. However, are certain that it is only a choice of difficulties which remains ; for while we are granting thousands and ten thousands a-year, upon know not what pretexts; and while Ministers are boasting the exubeia
4 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTRY RESIDENCE. TO LET, The House, Garden, and Offices of Meadow Boult, WITH or without the Lawn attached, near Ra'hfarnham

COUNTRY RESIDENCE. TO LET, The House, Garden, and Offices of Meadow Boult, WITH or without the Lawn attached, near Ra'hfarnham

Bridge, situate between the River Dodder and Rathgar lane— entrance, an Avenue opposite the Gate of Robert Shaw, Esq. and divided only from the Marquis of Ely's Demesne by the River, for such terras of Years or Lives as may be agreed on. Also, a good Private House in Grattan-str
4 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESSI'X STREET.

ESSI'X STREET.

Let, the Houses, No. 47,’in Essex*street, oi & which immedhite possession can l>e given. cation made to Mr. Adamson, No. oi, Auogier street.
1 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSES, 4. ANDS.

HOUSES, 4. ANDS.

c to be sor.o, i AVa'inlile fntcr.st for livrs. renewable for rv»r, !• art < Grounds, i!if Circular Hoad, Hear t'l sirret, and adjuiidnir Pt. jdacu and «-rard !jlrc. t. Tliest premises are *r fcatr* situation, a.nl Isul.ject only to ilie small liead-rcr.t dai, |.„ let at a profi
1 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON, MARCH 4. the city, one o’clock. The Funds at the close of yesterday’s market, rose in consequence of the

LONDON, MARCH 4. the city, one o’clock. The Funds at the close of yesterday’s market, rose in consequence of the

public purchasing real stock ; they left off at 74-i. To-day they have been as high 744; but as the great speculators have not changed their coarse, as they remain steady for the fall of price, at one o'clock the Funds had decreased to 73J for the Account.” Advices have been rec
8 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RIOTS IN COVENT-GARDEN, &c.

RIOTS IN COVENT-GARDEN, &c.

Yesterday, being the last day of the \Ve«mioster Election, was ushered in by the beating of drums, the shrill tones of the fife, and the discordant tone of the marrow-bone and cleaver. From eight in the morning, all was bustle and activity ; and tho' many votes were not polled d
8 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC MEETING.

CATHOLIC MEETING.

As tbe Report given in our last the proceeding* of the Catholic Meeting of Paul'* Parish wa*, som? respects, inaccurate and incomplete, now insert the.following correct detail: S.tttirday last, pursuant to Requisition, numerous and most respectable Meeting the Catholic Household
25 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTAtiIOUS FKVER.

CONTAtiIOUS FKVER.

To the H.nil iiumaue Inhabitants of the North Sit’s; cf Dubii**, particular, and to the Public in pi-nerJ, the Managing Committee the Whitworth Fevib arc induced make •n Apfte.d. cf li»>litotio« whicli haa already done much in assisting to check a daily, tliat threatened with de
13 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAJ'-VB.OA Y,-MARCH 13. , ~ 0F STOCAS. lil. Goternmem Debentures , ~, Gofcrnimnt Slock ."...,.34 ... . Go*«rnmt:m IX-hwitu ...

SAJ'-VB.OA Y,-MARCH 13. , ~ 0F STOCAS. lil. Goternmem Debentures , ~, Gofcrnimnt Slock ."...,.34 ... . Go*«rnmt:m IX-hwitu ...

Government Slock "j ... loijf Grand C*m>l LuHn ........6 ... sT* Ru;al Canal Si«V Kacliange E MAIL DLL
13 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

1. The Work will handsomely printed Royal Oclovo, Hot-pressed, and published monthly. Each number will contain Six highly-finished Views, aci'Qmpntved with Descriptions, price 4>. 3. few Copies will be. beautifully in Royal Quarto, with oofs luUia Paper, price Bs. each. 4. The*
30 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland