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Improved tallow mould CANDLES. ~r WILLIAM KOTHERAM takes leave inform bis Friends and Pobllc. that as this Jay appointed Mr.

Improved tallow mould CANDLES. ~r WILLIAM KOTHERAM takes leave inform bis Friends and Pobllc. that as this Jay appointed Mr.

.Optician, , near I'l house, sole this C i’v fo. <?l improved I’allow Mould Candles., apij ;u?J eiuTeaaing ind for these _ Candles is the best criterion • beir .qualify, being eipial. .if no? superior to a;«y niaiiuiactured in the United Kingdonn. , Kolheram. ot the particular d
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LODGING.:., FURNISHED LODGINGS WANTED, IN Pmato House, where Lady could be accommodated Dine will the Family ; the neighbourhood of

LODGING.:., FURNISHED LODGINGS WANTED, IN Pmato House, where Lady could be accommodated Dine will the Family ; the neighbourhood of

Summer hill, Dorset-street, or Canidenstreut, would preferred, gootl air being a primary consideration. A line addressed to L. at the Office of Saunders’s News Letter, will attended to. 17
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOKSES.

HOKSES.

TO BE SOLD, At Norncj’* Livery Sta' lea, GardinerVplace, Pair bright Cbesnut Mares, got Gamester, on» live year old, and the other four fear old, well trained in harness. seen every day this week. IiOKSE AND CAR WITH HARNESS. ''|' , tie SOLD, either together or separ te, an elle
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, MARCH it. hw

WEDNESDAY, MARCH it. hw

WEDNESDAY, MARCH it. ISO. 19,2660 hat do ? I jr 'an the upper coating hyer stones, broken mall. Explain to tKe Corarrittee the general principle upon which the. >x >endita.e of the money has been conducted ? Tile first operation was, that I, as F,n gineer under the instruction of
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COXh'ICriOSAUY, Nos. and 17. C VPEL-STUEET. P. TAAFFK, CONFECTIONER, No. 17, C PEL-STREET, HEGS leave inform the Nobiii'y, Gentry, mid

COXh'ICriOSAUY, Nos. and 17. C VPEL-STUEET. P. TAAFFK, CONFECTIONER, No. 17, C PEL-STREET, HEGS leave inform the Nobiii'y, Gentry, mid

the Public, that consequence ot the increasing Orders his kind Patrons has fitted up *O. 15. the House from present Establishment, so as to enable him give complete satisfaction to all who may pleased fa- V'uir him with their commands; a« d for the purpose of supplying hi* Custo
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY or WICKLOW. TO BE LET, For such Term as may be agreed on, 'HE House, Offices, and Demesne of

COUNTY or WICKLOW. TO BE LET, For such Term as may be agreed on, 'HE House, Offices, and Demesne of

EOY FIELD, I adjoining Mr. Latouche’s, of Bellview. and the Glyn of the Downs. The demesne consists of Forty-two Acres of excellent l.and. Proposals to be received by Mr. Michael Pennick, Uellview, Bray, who will shew the House and Lands. I
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN. The Chester Mail had not arrived when this Paper was put to Press. DUKE OF WELLINGTON. The following statement

DUBLIN. The Chester Mail had not arrived when this Paper was put to Press. DUKE OF WELLINGTON. The following statement

the services of hii Grace the Duke of Wellington, we doubt dot, will acceptable to many our readers Hon. Arthur Wclhdei/. Snsign Fribt, . Lieutenant 76th, . Ditto fit . Ditto 12lh Dragoons, , Ditto fth Dragoons, . • . 7ft March...! 787 25ft Dec....1787 23d Jan.723 25th June....
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ts ancestry, and its honour, and which are peculiarly disgraceful on dav devoted to the proudest recol- rendered voluntarily. Gentlemen

ts ancestry, and its honour, and which are peculiarly disgraceful on dav devoted to the proudest recol- rendered voluntarily. Gentlemen

of the first respectability, jrave the prisoner, who was nut more than 18 years of age, most excellent charscter. not only to him but his family. The Jury found hin\ Guilty, hut recommended him mercy. Michael Fox was also found guihy of robbery in the house ot Edmund Burke, and
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
com OF A DEED LOST.

com OF A DEED LOST.

com DEED LOST. above dropped i'uestlay, the 16lh instant, ft between Eccles-sireet and Jervis street; it 1.0 use any one but tb« owner It is requested. found* it may brought to the of Saunders's News Letter. brought a Person, Ten SUiliings Reward will paid. *
17 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland