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ANNUITIES.

ANNUITIES.

TIT' ANTED, TEN THOUSAND POUNDS, on an Annnity amounting to £l7OO, most unciccptionalily cireumatanrcd, ami first cliargc ui>on E»ta«e« pro(liiritig upwards of £30,000 per annum. The Annuities have been before Sold, but arc now redeemable the option of tbe Grantor, who will allo
24 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOT,'SB AND TO BE LET.

HOT,'SB AND TO BE LET.

C'tO. KILDARE,—To be LET, tl»c House and J Demesne CBADOX.TOWN, within one mile rf Jjnns. Tlio Demesne contains aoresof iA'W, Pasture, and Tillage Lands, anil adjoint one of the best Markets in lire County. The House large and commixiious, »ixtL‘«a mile* from DuUin, and be- let
24 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARYBOROUGH.

MARYBOROUGH.

For Particulars apply Siinuel Adams, jun. Attorney for • • PlsintifT; or Messrs. Reynolds Jj; Hinds, Attorney* forth* Defendant, Par. C.vßTea. ■ DU. SYDENHAM’* FAMILY PILLS OF HEALTH. THESE PILLS (entirely vegetable) are unrividled caves Head-ache, Loss of Appetite, Noises and i
24 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At tits seat at Beech-Hill, in the County of Galway, on Tneeiluy, the 15lh instant, the 361h year of hi* age, Janies Mahon, F.sq. Barrister at laiw. In public, as well as in private life, Mr. Mahon was most exemplary. A good T.antilord, sincere and warm Friend, it those only who
24 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANDREW LEWIS,

ANDREW LEWIS,

(formerly of Wdinorlaml-street,) who has been conducting Tailor in the most Fasliionable Houses in this City, and whose in hi* Trade are eery generally known. Confident of nivioit the fullest satis faction in the Tailoring Department, FITZGIBBON MARTIN, and COMPANY, inviteUieir
17 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS SALE.

BANKRUPTS SALE.

pO. CLARE.—To be SOLD by PRIVATE V-' CONTRACT, (subject the approbation of the Commissioners,) all the Estate of Mr. G*o«o» Tykew. Bankrupt, in and to the Town and Lands of POLLAOOL and KNOCKAVEEN, situate in the Barony of Tulia, and County of Clare, containing 500 acres, therea
27 April 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPA IX.

SPA IX.

Madrid, Auo. 24.— Government has received an official account of the total defeat of Trappi't, w ho was routed and dispersed his position of Ayerve on the morning the 19th, leaving the power of our Troops, under Don Antonio Zarcu delie Valle, commandant of the Cth military distr
12 September 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND ADDRESS

SECOND ADDRESS

From the Committee for Managing the Tiritish Subtmption, to the Peasantry , f the DiJres cd Districts in Ireland. n«rru«KX,—The lime is arrvod when must once more address you, and must inform you of ih« actual dote of Suliscription, for approach of which endeavoured prepare you.
12 September 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY OF ST. MAR VS VESTRY-KOO-.., DIRECTORS NATIONAL Dublin, Will December, 18-V. IJ. asSUHANCK COMPANY IRELAND inform ft

NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY OF ST. MAR VS VESTRY-KOO-.., DIRECTORS NATIONAL Dublin, Will December, 18-V. IJ. asSUHANCK COMPANY IRELAND inform ft

Meeting the PaRISIIIONEUSj roprietarT and the Public, that they will cuniiTH'iice ftitadat. puiMunt to Requisition and Publia Advmiaethent, INSURING lIOOSES, GOODS, Ac. FROM TIRE, iJilllH LEEDOit C.EOnGE HOLMES, Etqrt. Wcdnexlay, llic Ist day of January, 13-23, from which Church
28 December 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A TILUUUY FOR SALE.

A TILUUUY FOR SALE.

TO be SOLD, without Harness, an excellent and remarkably neat TILBURY; it is liulc more than four months built, and has been finished in lbs best manner, in other respects appears good new; the Maker's engagement tor twelve Months, will banded to the Purchaser. To present troubl
26 October 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland