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•T3S7 8 1 DEATHS.

•T3S7 8 1 DEATHS.

DEATHS. At St. Thomas’s Mount, Madras, Lieutenant Henry Head Gore, Adjutant to the of the East India Company's Artillery, and second son William Gore, one the Commissioners Stamps Ireland. On the st of March, Upbrooke Park, the Co. Dev *n the year her a<*e. the Hon Charlotte Lang
8 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rlcty of other unfounded cW'J, I «haU ps them by in silence ; but in reply to such groundle, imputations,

rlcty of other unfounded cW'J, I «haU ps them by in silence ; but in reply to such groundle, imputations,

I call upon those gentlemen to lend an attentive ear to the sentiments of everj conscientious Catholic with regard to hi* The Catholic rests convinced that the legislator is vested With his authority from on high, and conse- must cordially in the laws under his authority,, parti
14 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTH.

BIRTH.

On the Gth instant, at Lady Harriet Daly’s, in Henrietta* street, Mrs. Crofton, a son. MARRIED. The Hon. and Rev, Edward Wingfield, second son to the late Lord Viscount Powerscourt, to Louisa Joan, third laughter to the late Hoa. George Jocelyn, and niece the Earl of Roden.
14 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VAT UATION JUUIES.

VAT UATION JUUIES.

great Inconvenience both to the Public and Indi* viduaF, has ensued from Agents not being prepared to prove the Interests of their Clients in Premises, given in Charge to Valuation Juries, the Commissioners of Wide Slreetsexpect, that in future, aftir tiie First Adjournment to v
14 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I'O LANDHOLDERS.

I'O LANDHOLDERS.

THE Grand Jury of the Cily Of Dublin, having deter* mined on building New Gaol, answer the pur* poses of the present Gaol NeWgafe, will receive propo* salsfroiii Persons possessed of large tracts Of GOUnd in til* City Dublin, or closely contiguous thereto. The proposals to speci
14 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'■’ale to commence at 12 o’clock

'■’ale to commence at 12 o’clock

'■’ale to commence at o’clock T!ie Leasehold Interests, and Profit Rents to be set Two o’clock • King’s Duty to be paid by the Purchaser. For particulars as t title, please appW to \ir. John Murphy, No. 33, Reresford street, or to the A uctioneer No. 158, Capel-street, 7 TO BE SO
9 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLERK OF THE PEACE IN IRELAND.

CLERK OF THE PEACE IN IRELAND.

CLERK OF THE PEACE IRELAND. Sir J. Newport rose, pursuant notice, to move fot leave to bring in Bill to regulate the UHice of Clerk of the Peace id Ireland. He was anxious to assimilate the Office to that of Clerk of the Peace in England, The first William cud Mary directed that
12 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC QUESTION*.

CATHOLIC QUESTION*.

Mr. V. Blake presented Petition from the Roman CaiT.olic Inhabitants of Galway, praying for relief from those penal enactments under which they had long sulfered. The Petitioners said, and, he conceived, justly, that their past conduct afl'otdcd an undeniable proof of their ■pea
12 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION

AUCTION

Of Leasehold Interests and Profit Rents, in Betesfordstreet, and Aughrim-street, Household Furniture, Plate, Paintings, &c. &c. TO BE SOLD BY , % JOHN LITTLEDALE, On THURSDAY, the ISth APRIL, 1813, Order of the Administrator of the late Rev. Daniel Keller, At his late residence,
12 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland