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ter some conversation, it wSs agreed that the proceedings should appear in the Correspondent. Mr. Koche having now left the

ter some conversation, it wSs agreed that the proceedings should appear in the Correspondent. Mr. Koche having now left the

chair, and Mr. Edward J. Morrogh being caßed thereto, was moved by Mr. Stackpole, and seconded by Mr. Galwey, that the thanks of the meeting be given to Mr. Roche for his dignified and proper conduct. _ j Mr. le said, he trusted there was no occasion to put this resolution forma
18 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS—TITHE FREE.

LANDS—TITHE FREE.

• LITTLE LESSEN HALL. BEL&T WITH A Fl*E. TEHEST SOU) In the above Lands, with House. Officrs, Farm yntd Garden, 4c. all in complete order. THE lands are in the highest slate of improvement, and Valuable plantations of young timber (of about years growth) are in the most thriving
18 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY.

MONEY.

3000 L an I GCOI. (■' respective sums of from 1 OQOI. to 30001. and 6901. to lie laid out in Aunuitiek for the fives of the purchasers Apply to Mr.- Jerome Alley, 72, Aungiarsircet. ■- ®
18 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
2,100/.

2,100/.

WANTED, on the assignment of a well circumstanced Mortgage and Judgment, ihe interest on which puewrtually paid Dublin—a Douceur will given. Apply letter to 11. S. the Office bauiidtrs’s News Letter—(Mortgage and Judgment.) WAN TED £4OO On most unquestionable Security in the Nei
18 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
jV IV I Mi. JOHN GUMMING. Nn. 16. Lower Ormond-quay and Sold also bv C GUMMING «»d Co. 19. Datr.e.suee..

jV IV I Mi. JOHN GUMMING. Nn. 16. Lower Ormond-quay and Sold also bv C GUMMING «»d Co. 19. Datr.e.suee..

SIR ROM.LI Y. Tills Oss «»- rubliJied, Price 4 fid. EULOGiUVI oil SIR SA i. ROMILLV A. pronounced the R0..11 Atliciißutn of Pans. Benian.in ConsUut. Edited Sir T. C. Morgan. Printed for Hisav Golvurn. Cordmi-strcet. Jb;-. o whom, and all odor ksvlu-rs mav had, just 1 nmiebeo 1 R
18 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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M MUIiED

M MUIiED

Oti .Tuesday morning, the 16th Mtrch, at the fathedral C ur Ferns, the Hon and lligtit l*e». the Lord W hop ,K- Frederick §naw, J£s<j iiu-.li; Pa-k, Co Dublin, to Tnomasine Cinity. tisili daughter of the late Hon. Jocelyn, and niece to the Earl Roden.
18 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Ma*n*v, M*»ck IS. The Lord Jcn;e« Awott Ml *« Spe»y». ■ E«rl of A»t**ic»T Fetltlor. r.rishn

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Ma*n*v, M*»ck IS. The Lord Jcn;e« Awott Ml *« Spe»y». ■ E«rl of A»t**ic»T Fetltlor. r.rishn

Hrmj»«l6r lb. D*t«r» act. Hie Araw fl*. The K Ceorje Southern, prying for equjli.rtion of lh. Dun» Lori..—Orderer) to If- «h. The AUer.s’ .ntl Bill. «d *P«e-re Bill. w«* bronehi from the Commonr— R»«l • Petition* «... from N«** ! Person* pt.fti*,..» .. Aitornie. irregvl«rlj--Or<
18 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
corn Exchange,

corn Exchange,

Burgh-quay, March 17. At OUf Market to day, there was better demand for Wheat and Oats, of good quality, shade better in price; and Harley was also Of more free sale ; but ordinary qualities of all kinds were particularly heavy and lower. Malt unsaleable, and Flour rather heavy
18 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOU),

TO BE SOU),

TO SOU), ONE of the best House* in 15iggot-street. No. 124, with extensive rere, Cparli-Mouse Stabling (or four Horses, Lock-up Yard, with Sc. Apply to Alderman Hone BE LET. With a Fine, by Lea for Lives, renewable for ever, the year, THE very roomy and commodious Dwelling house.
18 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHESTER &

CHESTER &

Airi v «o esterday there wa; Bienced at one, anc o'clock in the afternoi Count Kegnault de at his country seat, tie Yesterday the Men •eized at the bookselli The Duke of VVelli ■were summoned as wil and Marinet, for Grace. The following is the Monilenr relative Peers:— those gre
18 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland