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Carlisle-Building, 2Sth April. KINAIIAN & CO. offer to the attention of their numerous Customers, the following Goods, by Wholesale and

Carlisle-Building, 2Sth April. KINAIIAN & CO. offer to the attention of their numerous Customers, the following Goods, by Wholesale and

Retail, their usual approved terms for Cash Payments:— 350 Chests Tea, 150 Hhds. Sugar, raw and refined, 100 Puncheons fine old Malt Whiskey, Bordeaux Brandy and Holland Geneva in Hhds. Jamaica Hum in Puncheons, I'lench Vinegar in Tierces, New Carolina Rice in Tierces, Coffee in
29 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GERMAN UNIVERSITIES.

GERMAN UNIVERSITIES.

At the Diet of Frankfort, the Hanoverian Deputy, M. Martens, recently proposed pursuant to instructions from his Government, a genera! reform of all the German Universities, and joint measures for the restriction of the Academical privileges.— He endeavoured support his proposal
29 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOUD MAYORS ANSWER.

THE LOUD MAYORS ANSWER.

DEAR SIR, Mansion-Dublin, sfpril 19, Ifll 1 have bad the honor to receive your Letter of the I4th instant, accompanied two Resolutions of the Roman Caiholic Inhabitants the County of Clare, expressive of their gratitude, as well the Protestants of Ireland in general, as me parti
29 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
said, for above a year, preceding th.’first of .September last, has been to-day set in array against us. I have suffered pine monjhs imprisonment under the

said, for above a year, preceding th.’first of .September last, has been to-day set in array against us. I have suffered pine monjhs imprisonment under the

said, for above a year, preceding th.’first .September last, has been to-day set in array against us. I have suffered pine monjhs imprisonment under the suspension of the Habeas lorpis Act; I have been lodged in five different gaols; and if lam again tobe sent to the gloomy abode
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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; b-i: are your scritence, it very here to cons.d' Johnston. -Q -tc net has bt*n err’p.syec; all our actions for '.he allowed, wav not hear now . . Chief -had'ice.—The Jar/ had to deal v.ith rev; not us; have nothing . .'our puaisfcrucnt. Nil’. \\ woru: ..nu ui, vein. Tr.ii bti.i
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Hundred 'lhanks

Hundred 'lhanks

f-r T 1,1, given to any Person who can procure ft* W the Advertiser a situation. line directed I'’. S. at the Office of Saunders’s News Letter, shall be attended to—secresy observed. 29 WANTED, pnr Two or Four I ears, - rrl REE Hundred Pounds, for which L&atjcd Security will be
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTINUATION OF SALE.

CONTINUATION OF SALE.

Interest in the Lease, House Furniture, China, ‘•Delft, Glass, fc. TO BK SOLD AUCTION, On This Day, the 'M)tk of April, 1819, interest in the lease cf the h«)«se, 5. Merrioft- square. East Also, the Fnrnifure the Drawing- the Cirirnt, Delph, and Class, &c. &c. , The duty to be p
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LODGINGS.

LODGINGS.

Al.ady respectability can be accommodated with Board and Lodging respectable private family, where there are no Children, the neighbourhood of square.— A line directed to I. G, Saunders’s News- Letter, will immediately attended to. ,\ GLE Lady or Gentleman will lie accommodated
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HMOND-HILL,

HMOND-HILL,

HORSES. The Residence of the late Doctor Pcrcell, SOLD, THE above House and Demesne, consisting of thirteen Acres of prime Land ; most excellent modern House, and capital Offices, in perfect repair ; two wailed in Gardens, deed with fine collection of Fruit Trees. This is most d
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS —Avan.26.

HOUSE OF COMMONS —Avan.26.

HOUSE COMMONS —Avan.26. was Ordered, that Sir John SrrwAiiT who had been taken into Custody, in dtfault attendance at > ballot, without payment of his fees—lie having been detained sea Contrary winds. It was that the O.der for Mr. Sisoj.xton into tody ducharged l*eing
29 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland