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lu the Matter of Wm. Cnppaidge.A | 'HEseveral Crea Bankrupt. >■ » itors of the said J Bankrupt are parlicularly

lu the Matter of Wm. Cnppaidge.A | 'HEseveral Crea Bankrupt. >■ » itors of the said J Bankrupt are parlicularly

requested meet his Assignee, die House of Mr. Coates, No. 10, Upper Camdeii-sireot, Motiday, the .Ad May next, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon, when statement the Bankrupt’s properly, and how circnnisUrced, shall be laid before them for their consideration.— Dated this 27th April,
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOBACCO.

TOBACCO.

TO SOLD BY AUCTION, In the Long Room tiic Custom-House, FRIDAY, the INST. one o’clock, 17 Hogsheads of I obacco, Under Seizure. FOR the convenience of Bidders, this Tobacco will be Sold by the Hammer, and it is supposed will be sold more than 100 per cent, under the market price
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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At/ [NO. 19,3'>iJ Arrived LONDON, A THE C From the late the immense sums ployed, it is believed that the Jure is resorted to. will t. able terms. The Lists at j the Stock Mr A and Co., and Sir John Ivlii-re fourth List is in Yesterday, Mr. Hase, fro a- the Stock Exchange, and tic
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TttEAIRE-KOYAI. | Evening hi. M ije*t7» S«mnA»iU g j, CT rU [| i, PROOFS of TRt- perlonn h TOWER. NITY,

TttEAIRE-KOYAI. | Evening hi. M ije*t7» S«mnA»iU g j, CT rU [| i, PROOFS of TRt- perlonn h TOWER. NITY,

arranged in FOUR UISCOURSES. delif ,1 tv-iliwin f for that SiL'ht). Mr. Cobhaia ; Baron of arertd in the Chapel of Trinity College übhn; to which Fullam Edward. Mr. John-00-La are annexed NOTES and ILEUS. HONS Oakland, Mr , Hainnlersley ln the Very Ke». RICHARD GRAVES. ’. Rhewii
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OBSERVER

OBSERVER

Letter, the April, has been re•<:ived. and the contents found correct wj*h respect on? the Parties, the other escaped. It is hoped - S r>ame or description will communicated. PAVING A TIO -110 US E, ap;;il, ISI9. To Persons desirous undertake ike Lighiir.g erf Dublin hi/ Gas, Co
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CEFariES, 31. The discussion on the Liberty the was I'esueieri. M. ConstanE proposed new clause foliow.!;— That the publication of

CEFariES, 31. The discussion on the Liberty the was I'esueieri. M. ConstanE proposed new clause foliow.!;— That the publication of

whatever fell ii- vy. any Menabrr of the Chamber authenticated by h'.n, shall not subject the publisher any action for defamation injury.” supported this clause in i, in which contended that it was ne- ;i Chnmber to provide, that the proceedpublished with freedom and fidelity— h
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ISSTItU.

ISSTItU.

Grand Piano Forte— Violins—Messrs. Mai Flute —Mr. Woidner, Violin Mr. Bowder Double Bass— Mr. Violoncello—Mr, Mr. F. Boldosoa wit! pre Blue Tickets, to admit thr Bed ditto, single, To bad at Mrs. Atwi 4, Nassau street, and at bouses. SUPRUB Gil Landed this day And foi ALL) Londo
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY.

MONEY.

; , • laid out trie of well secured An-5 nui'y. payable in Dublbi.. Apply to Tboma,? Jereif While, No. 4, Lower Clobsester-strcet 21 THIIEK nUNCP.EU AX ICS TILL given to any I.edy or Gentleman who will procuieforthe Advettber per-on accustonied to an active lif -,) adequate peru
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
eulogized the conduct of the Governor (Mr. Hudson) fating kind, benevolent, charitable, and gen- | tleimoly, and as having mingled

eulogized the conduct of the Governor (Mr. Hudson) fating kind, benevolent, charitable, and gen- | tleimoly, and as having mingled

mercy with justice, said, •* I have been here seven months, thute ot , which I have spent in the hospital, and bet tor the j attention then experienced, I might now have been, not at this tribunal, but at one to, which all earthly tribunals are subject. The judgment, my Lord, wh
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland