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EDEXQUAY.

EDEXQUAY.

NOTICE BUILDERS. tiE ('<) ',i MISSION KilS appoinipd )■; Psr* liament W making and ipt-s t!ic City of Dubtin. Notice, that they »il! Wednesday the Till day of March next, at their Hoorn in the Royal Exchange, precisely ONEO'Ci UCK. proceed Let hy Pnhlic net ion to the highest la
13 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
*lO BE LET.

*lO BE LET.

OMPLETELY Furnished, with Coach House and \ Stable, Mangling room, &c., the House No. 21, Kildare street, oppo-ite Kildare-place. Ihe situation is fashionable and central. Enquire at the House 1 TO BE LET, For such Rent, Fine, and Term as may be agreed upon, , {'HAT established
13 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COIII’ORAT'ON.

THE COIII’ORAT'ON.

Their Honours," assembled yesterday for the express purpose doing something for the fallsfaction of their unfortunate creditors —out they quickly abandoned that object and proceeded to the more congenial business 1 vexing the papists.” In the first place, they passed vote thanks
13 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the office ihc commissioners for auditing public accounts. 9901. for similar allowances retired officers ol his Majesty's mint. Sotil. Itis.

the office ihc commissioners for auditing public accounts. 9901. for similar allowances retired officers ol his Majesty's mint. Sotil. Itis.

-iri for the same purposes, to retired, clerks of the for the payment Exchequer Bills, all for current year. l for pensions of tired officers of the military roads in North Britain, Some other grants were then agreed to, and the rep- rt of the ('ommittee was ordered to be brough
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
II 10 00

II 10 00

Fine Hyson, 12 ll 00 With a Reduction of 2d per lb. on 5 ibs. and 5 lbs. sold at the rate the chest. Good Lump Sugar, Lid. per lb. Line, Is. per lb. I.oaves, about 8 lb. Single KtTmctl, Is. GROCERIES. New Split Pear, (fine Boilers) jd. per It. 4a. IOU. per stone. Fine Carolina R
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTI-CATHOLIC PETITION.

ANTI-CATHOLIC PETITION.

THE Noblemen and Gentlemen, whom it was entrusted receive Signatures the Protestant Petition the deman the Koman Catholics, conceive they have now nearly completed the purpose for which they were appointed; and. with confidence, rely on the number and of the names attached that
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sale to begin at one o'clock.

Sale to begin at one o'clock.

*,» Terms C’.vti, or jiiwiiliills at 9 daya to Iw to Vim. S. Hait, i.'j Fewness street. Iter. Thomas fcextott, Dunleary, will ■‘■ ev. tite WANTS. (Ail Letters to be post paid.) ANTED, po'«on understands tlie'VVhotesale ♦ * Aiuslin and Primed Calico Dusiuest. Ileal Signatures, st
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTIKUEL) SALE, Household Furniture, several articles Plate, some India China Ornaments, &c &c. Mangle and V« ashing Ma- TO BE

CONTIKUEL) SALE, Household Furniture, several articles Plate, some India China Ornaments, &c &c. Mangle and V« ashing Ma- TO BE

SOLD BY AVCTIOV, Order of the Executors of the late Lieut-Col. Janies, At lii-i i Uiur.i’. 15 Clare *hte'. it IS DAY, MARCH 10th 1»I9, By S. & G. GIL I SOTOS. rr*HE Bcdchamher, part of the Drawing-Room and Kitcren Furniture, ate yet unsold. Sale to commence each day at twelve o
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS SITUATION, as Housemaid, a steady active young Woman, who her business prrlictiv well, can recommended families of rank, with

WANTS SITUATION, as Housemaid, a steady active young Woman, who her business prrlictiv well, can recommended families of rank, with

whom she has lived and is the Established Church. line addressed to E. at the Office of Saunders's News-Le ter, will respectfully attended to. \T ANTS SITUATION, a steady active Man, ' V who has lived years with a Veterinary Surgeon, and understands the care ol horses and gig wo
11 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rARC ft 8,, 1819,

rARC ft 8,, 1819,

r ARC ft 8,, 1819, Lqyd Bathurst expressed his obligation for the statement of the Noble Lord. He had the satisfaction of stating, that Registry Rills had passed in the West Indies, but such was dissimilar, not only in themselves, but to that proposed in the British Parliament. H
8 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland