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22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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TUI, T. Fru{ [i-.-f ■■ <■ , riU'.iTFH Tlli/R-iIMV, T;IP Trial sio:'., for unlawfully Maonbliiij i, dji, , r ), pracc, r'a k sir tUa , hatred aD<l contempt the C. rnire."! • . conspiring together - &c. i:ar;e fills mor.iino our t-’iiis j-hali al,r ten i".ir.; p:)«t ten o’clnc!;. T
22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPT, BOSS’S VOYAGE OF DISCOVEBT.

CAPT, BOSS’S VOYAGE OF DISCOVEBT.

It is impossible to disguise, that some think, either that more might have been done, or, at least, that the impossibility of doing more has not been rendered sufficiently cetain, the expedition sent into Baffin's Bay. It is hard that a man’s justificaion should depend upon futu
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
CATHOLIC AIT AIA A

CATHOLIC AIT AIA A

Duk»ofW'"llinift ri'tuMil »nb tin ei"the Cotpnrilion l>»blin, to orosent An»-< Petitiim t'l lln- iu'o I'ters. in iico tin.-) ain'.nr I.nrd Ki.-Ininnih, who, ».•«!•«• it luostiaf without any comment, {JiUcrmr. There are none our KeatSers unacijtmintcil tviih Marmontel, He is know
22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KOTZERVE.

KOTZERVE.

e extract from the German Paper* some further particulars the assassination of Kotzebue. It would appear, if we are to put any faith in these Papers, that considerable sympathy had been excited in favor the Assassin. also give an extract letter from Frankfort, which with other a
22 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

BE SOLD, r large three-roomed House, No. 20, Dotninick- JL. street, in front, in perfect repair, having been lately painted and papered; there is Stabling for ten or twelve horses, three coach-houses, extensive offices, &c. enclosed in a large locked-up Yard. The Lease lor Lives
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEIV LOTTERY.

SEIV LOTTERY.

FOUR PRIZES OF TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS. The Contractors for the present Lottery submit the following Scheme to the Irish Public, sa.isfied that it will meet with their approbation. The Scheme, if contrasted with any former Lottery, will tie found to pm ess very superior advantage
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mr. smith

mr. smith

Jtespectfully informs the Public, that in order to render his CONCERT AT THE ROTUNDA, More complete, induced lo postpone it from the 2Uh instant, SATURDAY, the of MAY next. Tickets issued for the will be admissable. MISS NICHOLES HAS the honour of announcing to the Ladies of Dub
22 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland