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Til OS. PLUNKETT, Esq, m the Choir.

Til OS. PLUNKETT, Esq, m the Choir.

Til OS. PLUNKETT, Esq, the Choir. \. Resolved, That the truly magi.Hniuiuus cor duct of the Protestant Noblemen. Gentlemen, Merchants, and Traders who assembled Ute R tunda, on the llth of last, advocate our Cause demands fro.n us our K«gbe&i admiration. our purest, most unbounde
22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Seven WitncMcs were cxnir.tnH on K'ht’f of the* |»ro,e rut ion, namely, Mr. H.,idlr> (rv.Srtiiuy

Seven WitncMcs were cxnir.tnH on K'ht’f of the* |»ro,e rut ion, namely, Mr. H.,idlr> (rv.Srtiiuy

Seven WitncMcs were cxnir.tnH of the* |» ,e rut ion, namely, Mr. (rv.Srtiiuy t'.v evidences ever heard.) John. . IJa/d Mated the AUlch had conu- »j.» lrn,,7 with great perspicuity.) M-. r./. Coppnrk, Mr. Forc. and Mr. Thotr.'ii, * * testimony one tiie .oom of and sedition, that e
22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN’S COUNTY

QUEEN’S COUNTY

QUEEN’S CO.— he LET, fiom the first clay of May next, for one life years, the of PEA D, lately held Samuel White, -£sq. containing 121 Acres and four Acres of Itog. These lainds lie within ;r miles of Mounirath, and three miles Borrisin-o.&cry.—.Proposals ill received Sir Charle
22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE rnr. COUNTRY., ■ CAIA : c VAL. . C-VTIfOLIC CACSB. *o«M wt rutrt ««• r4-4«d «. S» «be not**;

STATE rnr. COUNTRY., ■ CAIA : c VAL. . C-VTIfOLIC CACSB. *o«M wt rutrt ««• r4-4«d «. S» «be not**;

they have had this - allied clibiiuctlv our that , <itrri.su i.y ih** |wil» «*f «»in Liverpool uP-tM r. • * . . / . j. xhiiiij Question our p**nK 1.» i!uv fJiou-*. bh«:r our Honor «tui, bu.vt*. i.at auprco*jii.i»«. noi was o;*p aril r* lr, .« . ... .. . , .., • . , , •. * • • *
22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF MEATH.

COUNTY OF MEATH.

TO BE CET. For Eleven Years. THE House, Office*, and Twentf-fcuf Aw * *"* Lmiil of Triton B«ty«o*n. four Miles of Drogheda, a cheap and plentiful Market Town, within 9S mile* of Dublin, and live minu of the Sea. The Land the best »"d House and Offices in eorapleU repair, and fit
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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us, and the people alighting, ascended a small iceberg, if reconnoitre. After remaining in consultation for nearly half an hour,

us, and the people alighting, ascended a small iceberg, if reconnoitre. After remaining in consultation for nearly half an hour,

four of thetn descended, and came towards the flagstaff, which, however they did not venture to approach. In the mean time, a white flag was hoisted in the main in each ship, and John Saeheuse dispatched, bearing a small white flag, with some presents, that he might endeavour, i
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAURI vGES.

MAURI vGES.

the 21st i stan f , Church, Rev Henry Moore. Vicar of CooU ck, Richard Kejnell «»f Reyneila. in C unty Westmeath, h'sq. High Sheriff of said Conniy to Catherine, only daughter the Hon Po -sonby Moore, and niece to the Mo*t Noble the Marquis of I'n^gheda. the 2 th instant, in St.
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

AChesnnt Horse, nearly thorough bred, si* yean old, trained to draw, an excellent mover.—Also, bright bay Mare, rising seven ; and brown Mare, a good roadsire”* and Huntress. The two former perfectly trained to draft and all in the highest condition. seen at No. 2; Henrietta-str
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET WITH A PINE.

TO BE LET WITH A PINE.

THE House, Offices, and Demesne of Claremount, situated near the Village ot Glassncvin, and within two miles of Dublin. The House consists of llieaklast, Parlour, Library, large Drawing and Dining llooras, six excellent Bedchambers, with Servants apartments, and every other conv
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CA.n.rl RICHARD IIOURK-E, in lie Ch ur,

CA.n.rl RICHARD IIOURK-E, in lie Ch ur,

The following llcsolulionr, proposed by John llowlt. Esq. and seconded Jons’ Russell. were una* moutiy adopted : Resolved, That ice view, with regret, but without dismay, the late decision Committee of the House of Commons, in the Case ofMr. Bice’s Petition—and although the resu
22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland