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TO ATTORMES.

TO ATTORMES.

ANTS SITUATION, a gee’cel young Lad v goc*d address, who has done business in the Office a respectable Attorney for s me time, he writes a good expeditious hand, and has a perfect knowledge the c Offices. The satisfactory references can given as ‘ohriety and character; his terms
20 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK MEETINvi.

CORK MEETINvi.

This moment, half-past two o'clock, (say* the Curk Mercantile Chronicle Monday,) llic (» cat Meeting the Catholics, held in Carey’s-lane, has broken up. There was a highly respectable, and extremely numeroni attendance collected solely by gratitude their Protestant brethren. The
20 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
S’.! CO.

S’.! CO.

Ca*»t> Jour.— Cliar'es K. O'tlara. Km)• Foreman ; Sir 1!. Kinc. I'.arr. Sir .1. Croiton, »arl„ Irwin, \kvutidcr Pi-rcernl, A. H. Cooper, Wm. li. .Wynne. Owen Wm Parke. .lolm Armstrong. I) W, Wei.iier, U .n. H-, rhi:,l,s. Win. Clrillilh. Abraliatn Martin. K'cl.ar.l Holmes Nieliol
20 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOJ.n,

TO BE SOJ.n,

BE SOJ.n, |' HE Inttret in the V.ea«e comfort ible House, fit 'or tnc accommodation of small family, with a w.-ll stocked Garden, and Iretwi-en lour five acres of choice Land, all well enclosed, not a skilling (o laid o ul cither, Appply No. College-green
20 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOi CJ- HOUSE WITHOUT TAXES. TO BE LET UNKUIINI^HED, TH whole a House, except the Parlours, a rcNp**ctab!e Street off

HOi CJ- HOUSE WITHOUT TAXES. TO BE LET UNKUIINI^HED, TH whole a House, except the Parlours, a rcNp**ctab!e Street off

Dame street. A small respectable family, without children, will nv-et tl.cided preference.—A the Ol!i«.e buuuuer>'& News Letter 4
20 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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i>tiNJAMIN BiNNS.

i>tiNJAMIN BiNNS.

fijanii/aclurinfr Sf /iiit" Iron-Monger, La*e No. 21, now no. stuf^t. UU.Y informs his Friends aiul {!jc PuL’i?'. V tha he s now icndy for their inspection, at
20 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At her house. Summer-hill, .Mrs Frances Hamilton, aged S3. She was the daughter of the Han. and Rev. P. Hamilton, son of James. Earl of Aberrant. Pag got-street, T. Kyan. Es«j. only son Jcrcuiub Ryan, of Ahitigtan, the county *»f Limerick. Esq. Wwxford, tlie Right Rev. Dr. Ryan,
20 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RIGHTS TRAVELS IK 11V KG ARY. EVENING AMU««M KT' IN GERMANY. The evening amusements in ‘s. are very various, and

RIGHTS TRAVELS IK 11V KG ARY. EVENING AMU««M KT' IN GERMANY. The evening amusements in ‘s. are very various, and

will inmetiuics almost tall under t dreadful denomination poena;- Not coiuent with requesting young ladies recite verses, they will sometimes invert the natural ei things, and compel children net plays, while people plav cross questions ami crooked answer,., or standing in circl
20 March 1819 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY. REMITTANCES FRANCE AND THE CONTINErT. ~ _ . . MR. LANAUZE begs to inform W* Friends, and those who

MONEY. REMITTANCES FRANCE AND THE CONTINErT. ~ _ . . MR. LANAUZE begs to inform W* Friends, and those who

are in. the habit of remitting Monry FRANCE and U.e CONTINENT, that h. «P;‘« DRAFTS any sight or date, on of LGF. I. BAJNBRIDGE and CO. London; CftEDITS on that of Messrs. JAMES and CO. (Irtc Pss.rr .us. and Co.) Bankers, Parlt, and rations 0...er Houses on the CONTINENT. Of Who
20 March 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BK SOLO,

TO BK SOLO,

TO SOLO, AFa-hionahle light Chariot, mounted with Prince’s Metal, with pair Harness complete j has been hut two months in use. For particulars, apply to Mr. Palmer, No. 5, Peter’arow.
20 March 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland