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MONDAY, JULY I, 1822!

MONDAY, JULY I, 1822!

been able t« carry aflaiis of’ this r mtilrv .so tiimnpliaat a conclusion ? man ever conducted the finances of the country upon principle of greater vigour than Ins Noble Friend, for after having provided for 100 millions debt, ho added 12 millions war taxes shortly after the pe
1 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

TO SOLD, A Yearly Profit Kent of £'B6, for one life, secured Houses and Lunds, situate within quarter of a mile of the Circular-road, South, together with a Policy of Insurance on said Life. Apply tlie Kuropuan Office, No. 1, Kden-quay, James Cowley, Kkj., No. 7, Gloucester-stree
1 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
meat which rang the lo 105 aiffpwnl chMgM. amounting in paflalci** to «i.OOX Thi. w„ the cau« why the people

meat which rang the lo 105 aiffpwnl chMgM. amounting in paflalci** to «i.OOX Thi. w„ the cau« why the people

would pay *4,010 *5.000 howerer rood hi> case might be, rather than run the the hverier penalty. Thi. grrmnd the people, and brought them within the scape and in«uervce the Crown; for this money waa only raised pay informers and placemen.— Thi. .ent more Members of Parliament to
1 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMBINATION—TRIAL UNDER lj,c.. HON ACT. Special Sessions— o*k, June 26.— ten o'clock, Mr. Serjeant Lloyd, the mmiber of Aldermen, took

COMBINATION—TRIAL UNDER lj,c.. HON ACT. Special Sessions— o*k, June 26.— ten o'clock, Mr. Serjeant Lloyd, the mmiber of Aldermen, took

their ' ll Bench. Tiie Court was much crowded The following were then nlarwi Bar 1 * J..lm Cnllaislun, Midnel Collins W:.. tfoihs. Mauric* Joyce, Jamt. Ki-ai . Leary, »l.at Daly, 1-jtag.rtld, tireenj Julio Murphy, John Lewi,, ' * Brvan Swiney, * ,U Mr. Jones having read the in’o
1 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Cotnmewal Cftrottirte.

Belfast Cotnmewal Cftrottirte.

Belfast Cftrottirte. MONDAY, JULY 1, 1822.
1 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
L CHRONICLE.

L CHRONICLE.

EXECUTION OF GREF.K MERCHANTS AT CONSTANTINOPLE. By the Turkish Mail, which arrived on Tncnlay, wc have advices from Constantinople to the ulf. The following Greek Merchants were executed there on the 18th:—Haggi Starna’i Psida, Frangali Franghiadi, Michele Vuro, Giorgio Gallelt
1 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TflK WONDERFUL LETTER.

TflK WONDERFUL LETTER.

A letter, *hich been recently found, Catholic Darrlster, caused great chat through society. Sjme of the aartijatu* have furnished with copiesof it fur in-rrtion. dcCfinetl «xiHiring it to see the li«Ht, train a of the manner in which it found its way into pa** the imhvidua'i «!l
1 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE DEPARTMENT.

LIFE DEPARTMENT.

Thk are lore r on •Insurances fur short terms years than those other Orifices, Insurers far the of I.if ', cither their own Lives, or participate in the profits, l»y additions b.’ing made e.ich Policy, on the principle till lately, at the Eq«ltaim.e ; and experience has shewn, P
1 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.

HORSES AND CARRIAGES.

sold this U»y, ut the I'anniiig Repository, Ste- phen’s-green, at half past two o'clock, a pair Car. riago Horses, separately or together; both draw in single harness, six and seven years old a Pony or summer hack ley, full bred; a nice grey Hackney, 14 hands high, draws, and go
1 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY IIALF-KA Y.

MILITARY IIALF-KA Y.

Mr. Hume wished to know when the Half-pay to Officers would be paid. Civil Officers were paid the day the salary became due, but the Half-pay to Military Officers was postponed for a month or six weeks after it became due. Mr. Charles Long replied that much preparation was requi
1 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland