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30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ihe Sale will commence at One o’Clock,

Ihe Sale will commence at One o’Clock,

Ihe Sale will commence One o’Clock, The House will put at Two o’Clock precisely. King s duly a» paid by die Purchasers. JA M .IFsS()N, Auctioneer, Stdflbrd street. e Furniture, may he viewed (he day previous the Sale* AUCTIONS. CHEST E R Fi EL U, HOOTERS IV N CROSS Will be (y/f r
30 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DRAWING ROOMS.

DRAWING ROOMS.

Window Curtains ami Draperies, Brussels Carpet, handsome Tea, Sofa, and Card Tables, two large Chimney G1 isses, Convex Mirror, Solas and Chairs, with Covers* Sec. Sec,
29 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mittee.”

mittee.”

he Committee then proct Ist, The produce year ended sth January, If the estimate contained in t Committee ; and yj. The actual produce same year, as compared wii the year ended sth January, general result of thi permanent Revenue of Gi sth Jan. 1819, exci Committee by the sum of
29 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Of ihe Kuirhts the most Ilfn:<lnous Oracr SAINT PATUICK. Tf held tit ST. TJTRICL S C IIHT.DItAI, or about the

Of ihe Kuirhts the most Ilfn:<lnous Oracr SAINT PATUICK. Tf held tit ST. TJTRICL S C IIHT.DItAI, or about the

-Oil: • 1319. IT t!ie Command u» i*is Exctiiency tlic Lord Liemenam, GRAND MASTK.It the li i.i.- av.oi.-b of SAINT TATUICK, that Person whatsoever are adiniilctl to view the Procession aru C.Tcmt>ny the "hose I).cs.cs are not «lric:ly the following Order ; Ladies wear Blue. Whil
29 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE LADIES.

TO THE LADIES.

THE LADIES. .Vi ; i:\ rt to inform » * the and Gentry, that has this Any ieceiwJ frv»m s-vi*ral C *scs of the newest Broat! Kihhons. nod Tissue Handkerchief*. Satins, Tapes Spanish Fringe, Seed Beads of evoi) j shade, I*. id*, and Chains, Gold and Silver V'u«m and Tav.e!-. Tortoi
29 April 1819 - Dublin Evening Post - 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
 
ENGLISH FUNDS.

ENGLISH FUNDS.

f From a private letter, doled Monday night. Th was some business the funds this afternoon, and some improvement, though not great, occurred. Petsons who have been selling out under the expectation of subscribing to a new loan, do not appear to so certain, that the Chancellor of
29 April 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOTANY-TRINITY COLi P.GE.

BOTANY-TRINITY COLi P.GE.

OCIOU ALLMAN’S Lectures Botany will j \ commence in the Theatre of the College, Mo.l--i day, the of May, at two o’clock. Four Lectures the Week during the Public Course, Syllabuses of which may he procured at Mr. B. Dugdale’s, sweet. i In the Private Course, the Natural Orders o
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