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[No. 8657 Clupc); for the of IV.ilioaiog Porto-Rtot for l!.c » qu.nl.iy of o:.k. Wm. BiV.fc. fce reroarni ot’tltc* which ort’eC their i Tree. «rr ».:1. Four, »nd can FIERCE CJtLAGH, Esq wt* calfci to the Chair ; any d»y u When the were .t One Uock« f-rms Mahokt. .ml seconded by
9 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
.. 1 fm-r’^-:r «;> , , li«k not been e\-* THE LORD MAVOP. 1 AMENT. . the following Orrespoudence k«

.. 1 fm-r’^-:r «;> , , li«k not been e\-* THE LORD MAVOP. 1 AMENT. . the following Orrespoudence k«

1,0. *s-K». av. 3. i. rfTl*! sW-Sf* «ptn« ,;t s iM.tK * between Ihn Lord Mayor and l!*t- Chtu-iaan ..» wej of E-..1 ' . N , , events UmW*kW?» >e. - ; Catholic. Meeting t:»e o< M. Aic.m!.» „ ,. S»al *••«« •««). •»<•»:.' , y>,.,,0 ;* , r.„r* a .v«l «...«•».•»» m?*’* *’t r" v, bobb
9 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PETITION FROM MR. RICE.

PETITION FROM MR. RICE.

Mr. Abercromby presented petition from Mr. like, complaining of the decision the Commit tee, on the subject of the poll-clerks coming from Ireland. Sir J. Newport explained the facts already known, at some length, and animadverted upon the seveiity of the case. One uniform rule
9 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SALT DUTIES.

SALT DUTIES.

Mr. Gordon asked Mr. Calcraft if it were his intention to recall the attention of the House to the Salt Duties. Mr Calcraft replied that some agricultural experiments were in course of trial, on which his motion might depend. He should probably be able to decide next week. Mr Wa
9 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC AFFAIRS,

CATHOLIC AFFAIRS,

The Noblemen and Oentlemen who attended the late Meeting of the Catholics of Ireland, seem to be so intent on the cordial union their body, in conjunction with the Protestant friends of civil and religious liberty, that previous to their dispersioo to attend their respective Ass
9 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•- HEAD POLICE OFFICE.

•- HEAD POLICE OFFICE.

On Friday last, Andrew Delaney, driver of jaunting car, on the Rock Road, was summoned before the Magistrates of this Office, to answer a c harge extortion and violence preferred against him by a Gentleman, who stated, .1 the preceding Sunday he came from Rooter’s town to this C
9 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

CONSISTS parlour, drawing room, and bedchamber chairs; sofa, Northumberland, card,'dressing, and other tables; a very handsome sideboard; Wilton, Irish, Venet an, and stair carpets; pier and dressing glasses; window curtains, drawers, bedsteads, and curtains; feather beds, blank
9 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MERCANTILE SAIiES

MERCANTILE SAIiES

MERCANTILE WINES, See. . • NOTICE'miU'ILOERS. I4MLSPIMSr SON, ; HP Crt»MI>SICNERS-ai»p.:im«Jbr ActoTP»> J|NFORM their bi-iends and the Public, .bat they luce I « now ready for delivery,* their Wine Vauh. and btoyey, Una .ty -buMm. «■«-* ■• »«" Cope street. Commerc.al Duiloing*.:
9 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN ELIGIBLE PUUCHASE.

AN ELIGIBLE PUUCHASE.

BE SOLD liY AUCTION, On the Premises THIS DAY. the 9th o» MARCH, 1819, At Two o’Clock. The Interest in the Lease of the House and Concerns, No. 3(5. UPPER DOM NICK-STREET. Til IS House (ioishfd and fitted up a much superior maniler any House thu street, and has been papered and
9 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO SHO.RIv iK.I’K it>

TO SHO.RIv iK.I’K it>

O.RIv iK.I’ K it> ANTED, to the tin Busine-s. by vV' Henry Smith. 101, G«u«'tnn street; none need ap’jly but due* i»t ihrif ft'.'ii uiiCJtctplioli<»ulc* 9 liberal salaty he *»ivc n. 13. Security repiiicd. ANTED ee Day Apprentices the Fancy Utvss-tnaki g. Particulars may known, by
9 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland