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-ij- . FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY.

-ij- . FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY.

. FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY. It expected that those Ladies and Gentlemen, who are to be presented at the Drawing Room on the lilh of March (this evening), are the Castle at eight o'clock. The Marquis of Donegal having received the unexpected account of his brother’s death, (Lord Spe
11 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECOIIDEII'S COURT.

RECOIIDEII'S COURT.

On Tuesday the following trials took [ lace : Madden, Kearney, and D.ily, pick-pockets, wVri? arraigned. Madden pleaded guilty; I>a!v was acquitted, and Kearney found guilty. Madden and lie were sentenced be impiisoned 12 months each, in the Penitentiary, Brown-street, and kepi
11 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEFENCE.

DEFENCE.

John James Bigger, Esi—The examinations from which the Judge read the last extract, were handed to Bigger, son or the Magistrate before whom it was sworn. itness read over examination twice to Caulfield without omitting word it; Caulfield said it was perfectly correct swore ; wi
11 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPANISH AMERICA.

SPANISH AMERICA.

We have, excituivtli/, intelligence from Buenob Ayres to the 10th of December, , from Chili, few (lays later than had been previously in our possession. The Patriots in that quarter have captured the Jlomlin and Carlcltn, two more of the Jie/na Mariu Isabel's Convoy Cadiz; the R
11 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TWO SHOPKEEPERS ANTF.U, the Linen Drapery Business, by V Henry Smith. 101, Crtatt .n -irect; none need apply but those

TWO SHOPKEEPERS ANTF.U, the Linen Drapery Business, by V Henry Smith. 101, Crtatt .n -irect; none need apply but those

poisessing n knowledge their business of address and unexceptionable character; a liberal salary will given. N. B. Security reptired.
11 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

LET, tOMPLF.TELY Furnished, with Coach House end V Stable, Mangling room, &c., the House No. 91, Kildare street, oppo-ite Kildare-place. The situation is fashionable and central. Enquire at the House 1 NLVV KUO OF HOWTH, NEAR DUBLIN. nun.DING GROUND TO BE LET. THE Commissioners o
11 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS—TITHE FREE.

LANDS—TITHE FREE.

LITTLE lISSEN HALL. TO BE LET WITH FINE, OR THE ISTERES't In the above Lands, with House. Offices, Farm-yard, Garden, Ac. all in complete order. THE lands are in the highest stale of improvement, and the valuable plantations of young timber (of about years growth) tire in the mo
11 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ennsPost.

ennsPost.

OF SLIGO - I T MEETING of the A •IM3EKS, and INHABITANTS TOW N „f SLU. held in P u,, !in ° f * COURTthe foileng Tcryoua for HOUSbf Sligo, the loth y Molvn»u» Iliclurdnyth Andean M-Emimnd Judge * • p-| John DJton John M-Donogh
11 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
At). 1, BROWN-STREET,

At). 1, BROWN-STREET,

THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE CONSISTS of parlour, drawing room, and b'e-Uhambcr chairs; sofa, Northumberland, card, dressing, ntl other tables; very handsome sideboard; Wilton, Irish, Venetian, and stair carpets; pier and dressing glasses; window curtains, drawers, talbov. bedsteads,
11 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"NORWICH UNION,

"NORWICH UNION,

ESTABLISHED 1797, ENABLING the Public to effect Insurances> one-half the Premium paid OmjKmKS. •'life department. TV- Rates arc 10 per Cent, leer that ™>-s Person .-rJ Fnrty. effecting an Insurance lh* Trading Companies £i«V) wll pay yearly -£ «» Norwich Union will pay yearly Ar
11 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland