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sure might be adopted to prevent the recurrence of case to one of extreme hardship, as it is without a

sure might be adopted to prevent the recurrence of case to one of extreme hardship, as it is without a

precedent. Sir John Newport said, that this was a case of ,re.it si verity, and, in ,his opinion, the House was on to make some regulation that might settle i point likely to lead to public inconvenience, i'he principle of the Act of 1796, said, extended to the City of Limerick.
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AVAILABLE BALANCES.

AVAILABLE BALANCES.

The Cham- lor of the Exchequer gave notice of his intentir on Monday to make the balance of the corsolidat.-i fund in the Exchequ.r available the service, which was at present source of profit to the dank. Mr. Grenfell could not see why the Right Hon. Gent, sf uld confine his ob
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARLISLE BUILDING. KINAHAN & CO. take this opportunity of directing the Public attention to their Stock of TEA, consisting of

CARLISLE BUILDING. KINAHAN & CO. take this opportunity of directing the Public attention to their Stock of TEA, consisting of

several Hundred Chests and J)o\i sof various descriptions, specially selected for them at the latest India Sales, From the great ciicnnispecfion now necessarily used, their House having heroine itiil more an object confidence, they are hourly endeavouring, arrangements in this p
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW KOVAL CANAL COMPANY.

NEW KOVAL CANAL COMPANY.

Ito~AL Canal Hsuse, 9th March, JBl9. THK Pr.'prletor« of the Npw Royal Canal Stock, who hold their own to the amount of Three Hundred Pounds and upwards, are hereby required to assemble Tuesday, the day March at the Royal Canal House, Broad&tone. the hour often o’clock in the mo
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

CION SI STS parlour, drawing reoin and bedchamber chars; sofa, Nurtiu.ini t, card, ant! other tables; a very handsome sideboard; Wilton, Irish. Venet an. anti stair carpets ; pier and dressing classes; window curtains drawers, talbov, bedsteads, ami curtains; feather beds, blank
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGES FOR SALE.

CARRIAGES FOR SALE.

ONE fecond-lifttul Landtulet, in repair, with harness complete ; one Gig Cttr, little worse titan new ; ore Outside do.; one Gig with head, and two without Iteads, »‘l of which are in good Older; also, tome new inside and outside Car-, finished and in forwardness, at Eugene Coac
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS rAUIS, f.str. in the Chair.

THOMAS rAUIS, f.str. in the Chair.

THOMAS f.str. the Chair. Resolved. !je t > the Profession at this will receive such in writing wo/ an/nyuwus, repecting the rccju'a'ion and the Profession, may occur to any it. such suggestions fd addressed to Char*, ■‘'i'andy. fcsq. S»c»et.iry. the Law Club Hou«e Hame-street. an
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Chancellor of the Exchequer replied', th.r. the sum was to make g'od the deficiencies ot if ;

The Chancellor of the Exchequer replied', th.r. the sum was to make g'od the deficiencies ot if ;

The Chancellor the Exchequer replied', th.r. the sum was to make g'od the deficiencies ot last year. • Mr. Calcnft rejoined, that if, the n'o-'r iaiprovidently sjieut, wasytiU more the House to inquire. (Ha.) Seen, ! Mr. Barnett said should fee! himself bminft :o resist the vote
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
present Patron of the to be hereafter placed member. —CorresjKin The Lord Chasi the fjout which L considered to be

present Patron of the to be hereafter placed member. —CorresjKin The Lord Chasi the fjout which L considered to be

slight out to the reverse, knees, which has when attacked with tl tremities (the feet). It i thcr his Lordship will ral public capacities don Paper. Death of concerned to announce in the 27th year of 1 been in declining i His Lordship loft Lot Ireland, to bring her lived on Wedn
10 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland