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DISTRESSED DISTRICTS

DISTRESSED DISTRICTS

. Mown. L«touche and Co. have received tba following Subacriptiona in aid of the F\in<! for relief of the Dietreeee* of Uic Prauntry ia the South and Wect;— Samuel Neville, Eeq. 10 Q N. K. for Weatcrn DUtricU, 0 0 Waltar Steele, ... ... 4 0 0 Mr. TbotßM Dabington acknowledge* to
28 June 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW THEATRE ROYAL.

NEW THEATRE ROYAL.

The Public it reepcctfully informed, that A MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT, Will performed TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, JULY 0, WIIIC'II Miss Wilson, Mr. Horn, $ Mr. Width, Hare offered their Aid stance in aid the Fund foe tSe Relief of the DISTRESSED IRISH PEASANTRY. Tickets and Places to bad
28 June 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
C'T NOTICE.

C'T NOTICE.

NOTICE. THE Simp.on’* Muspitsl will receive for supplying the Institution with Seventy Ton* of the heit Whitehaven Coa'.i, including Carriage and Triinmihg. The Trustees tvill KkcwTse n'ceivc Proposal* Paintme, liitewnihing, ijr. the I lospital. Tito Work re* ijiiired to done can
28 June 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J : ■' ' ’' > » > Kis®ioitß Yrf:«u.i*«>!.«.« Police Would li dispelor &r A. t»opriaci|Ma iUfccl»<iallw jiow tiut

J : ■' ' ’' > » > Kis®ioitß Yrf:«u.i*«>!.«.« Police Would li dispelor &r A. t»opriaci|Ma iUfccl»<iallw jiow tiut

**»f lilkit Distillation». But tb* n»«» otraotrU- d<Act>«e Maptfracy, *md th*t »hiri.*ron< f.u.u * prartice Ix-w.-tnerf, »na upaomal l*H>ee« * t h Honorable end Learned OeoUtenen’. ergn-1 the Usher and middle da** beta* .nduted citnj.. "t* the iragisiracr. the atouff't -ypo" »hi
11 June 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
34 19 5i 49 13 3 NOTICE.

34 19 5i 49 13 3 NOTICE.

TT7HEREAS Wm. Flynn, late of Loughreft, W in the County of Galway, Schoolmaster, by I-ease bearing date the first May, 1795, demised unto W’m. Macklin, lata Loughreo, deceased,a certain Plotof Ground, with several Tenements thereon, situate in Bride-street, in said Towa of Lough
18 June 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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GAUVAY.

GAUVAY.

Galway, June r . Cargoes of Potatoes are still landing at our quays. The Public Works are carrying on with spirit, and the demand for labour exceeds any idea that can formed on the subject. have, nevertheless, wretcliedness and misery our Town ; and every quarter starvation .tar
20 June 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
stATE OF IRELANDour selections will be found some exfetters from his Excellency the Lord Sfljragarding the state of Irelandon *

stATE OF IRELANDour selections will be found some exfetters from his Excellency the Lord Sfljragarding the state of Irelandon *

table ** Ji«cas*i<> on the the Insur- L »H the circuimtancc*, perhsp» they will ■ jkyjnis measure, particularly a» we. are as- that the Government the Country 3rnclined put the Act force, except In which imperatively demand the application of in every respect so extra-constituti
22 June 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 June 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fltlCE lit!XU STUCA’S, JLWE h. Stock I Gd. Canal Slock Govt,llc!>. yi per Ct. DI-J I Uu. LoanKcd. (icrCl. dti

fltlCE lit!XU STUCA’S, JLWE h. Stock I Gd. Canal Slock Govt,llc!>. yi per Ct. DI-J I Uu. LoanKcd. (icrCl. dti

Stock, o per Ct. yoij Do. do. per Cl Ucb. 4 per Cl. I Do. do, 6 per Cl TOjl Slock, ditto I Koval Canal Stuck..... Ucl). 5 per ( City per Ct Stock, per Ct.. | B].
15 June 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEACE DETIVEES TURKEY 4 RUSSIA. We have it at length in our power to state and we so exclusively, that

PEACE DETIVEES TURKEY 4 RUSSIA. We have it at length in our power to state and we so exclusively, that

the Icllig pending dispute between the Emperor Alexander and the Sublime Porte is amicably terminated. The Lon* don Papers of Wednesday are silent to the fact, though they are busy enough iu conjectures. The Letters received in this City, and inserted in the Morning Papers, are
15 June 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland