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rr\j ' I) g S'?/fi / yt Q* a /) ff i r a wa, &A* $, ff & ir, j i Aw, fj&v 3 i 'Mm JBy nm. > M*M ■ ar mf y 0 y a / mJ *3MM^ CARLISLE BUILDING. KINAHAN and CO. take this opportunity of drawing the pulilic attention to their Slock of TEA, consisting of several Hundred Chests and Bos
20 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J. E. BYRNE.

J. E. BYRNE.

SHIPS. fur St. Andrew's mill St. John's, .Veto Brmutstck fine and fast-swKhi; Coppered 1. Sl>l|> KLIZA. of nublin. J»'itn Ppmov, Minor, burden, per Regie.er, oC.T tom, »»il '»>o M.rcU nc«t Hiii Ship ii well *onh the altemron tbo« »h*<ul jto for BriUbt. Being r^...-AaW/-A--[sailo
4 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DKCLAKATI ON

DKCLAKATI ON

Having seen new* editiu:. the Testament,! .UiuoiaUoiis, publidicd l»y ami I A-e. London, 181(i, said icvkvil, cud, and approved by u.v, i think i.et**.sary to licclare, ttial iit-vcr approved, normcaiil to approve, any edition ol'llie or New ieslatneni which Was not entirely conl
20 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UMKRU'K

UMKRU'K

Cjtv Guans Jt av. Hnnonraltle John I’. Verlter, M. K.nmian; John James O'Gratly. Abler Ka'ft V/cstropp, Thomas Rose, Hugh Ala'sv, t nptA'u Aj Heniniiiigs. Captain Ormshy. A .leittwn Christopher A. .Murrell, lirotvn, Samuel l.ckson. Major Tomkins. Alderman Andrew Was- Mra. Alderm
20 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND.

TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND.

Onthcfinit#i»*» WAY, it i. int.ulioft.U.rommeaet tlir publiratu.n of Indoprn.lcnt Warair KW .p*p«. in tin- Town of Belfast. name of this Paper sliall . mft LriSftm.Ytt. Enslaml bait ber EncihHSlAh, Srotland l.asbor Sronman —and see reawn why Irelanf |.onld not l.«»P iHisHMAn.” T
20 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"■ earned, fms cncreiscil nearly Iwo l.u« millions, and though our taxes have not been merely doubled or trebled, but

"■ earned, fms cncreiscil nearly Iwo l.u« millions, and though our taxes have not been merely doubled or trebled, but

quintupled, st.U our revenue Tails infinitely short paying even the interest our debt." This is the grievon* and appalling truth which most claims public attention This is what should lout the subject almost all our political conversation* and discussious in public and private.
13 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIPPF.RAIIY RLECTtOM. In former Puner noticed the election, with •ut onnn-ition, Bagwell, representative Parliament for the County 1 in the

TIPPF.RAIIY RLECTtOM. In former Puner noticed the election, with •ut onnn-ition, Bagwell, representative Parliament for the County 1 in the

room Lord Cahir. 'I election took place Tuesday sennight After High Smrill' I,ad declared Mr. P.agwell duly elected, that msc. and spoke at length ; annex some passages his address* wlncli will found interesting. After minute review r.f the local polt.es the Com.tv, the Hon. Mem
13 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
11EV. FRANCIS fll ATT WINTER

11EV. FRANCIS fll ATT WINTER

The Silver Cup voted by the Homan Catholic| Inhabitants the Parish Rathconnell, County Westmeath, to the Rev. Francis Pratt Winter, Vicar, ami Rector of said Pari>h, having been presented him by the Rev. Martin Han, and Rev. John Rurke, lie declared his sentiments in these words
13 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
pleased with the order and decorum which prevailed through the prison, and especially the weaving and spinning. There are at

pleased with the order and decorum which prevailed through the prison, and especially the weaving and spinning. There are at

present twelve looms at full work, besides a quality of wheels the spinners. On the whole, think, that an inspection of this prison, any person of feeling and consideration, must produce the greatest gratification in witnessing the ameliorated situation of the guilty and unfortu
25 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BLACK PITTS BREWERY.

BLACK PITTS BREWERY.

RICHARD CHERRY & SAMUEL MADDER, "¥J IMG commenced the Alanut'acture of Malt Liquors. under the Firm of Cherry and Madder, beg the Public, they have bow ready for delivery, Porter «nd Table Beer, most excellent quality, at the Usual prices. Orders addi to them, either personally,
25 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland