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ELOCL'TI ON.

ELOCL'TI ON.

Collisson, son., Culiisson, Jan., Mills, Hickey, French, sea., (iei'giiegai, 2dus, Lloyd, SPELLING AND HEADING. French, sen., Hickey, Mil!»,a Armstrong, M'f’ausland, I.loyd, Elwuihl, Monsarrat, jnn., Meara, sen.. Parks, li.idson.n Graham, en.,o Rae, Monsarrat, sen., Meara, jun,
17 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONDAY, JULY 8, 1822.

MONDAY, JULY 8, 1822.

change*, we were the first to gi*e to the public; hare last dwindled down ui|iiulic excursion to Portsmouth, round the Isle ot' Wight, and perchance peep into the Bay at Wevmoutli, from thence bacl: again' to the coast Sussex, and with the exception of an occasional visit the Co
8 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH TITHES.

IRISH TITHES.

The House then went into a Committee on the Tithes Leasing Bill. Mr. Spring Rice objected to the Bill, at likely to be inoperative, and even if carried into operation it did not provide for circumstances of every-day occurrence in the country to which he belonged; and he trusted
27 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO MARINE IS.

NOTICE TO MARINE IS.

PIIF, COMMISSIONERS of the NORTHERN 'I.IG lITHOUSES hereby give Notice, that* ha. been erected upon the CARR ROCK, of the and appearance which, tht' JMov’itig Speoijicnlitm 11 Mr. Stkvenson, their Engineer : CARR ROCK forms the seaward ledge of ringr „f lun ten rocks, extending
13 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T. HOUSTON, Successor to Mr. Perriv, UPHOLSTERER & CABINET MANUFACTURER, Late the Royal Arcade, ESPECTFULLY informs the Nobility ami Gentry,

T. HOUSTON, Successor to Mr. Perriv, UPHOLSTERER & CABINET MANUFACTURER, Late the Royal Arcade, ESPECTFULLY informs the Nobility ami Gentry,

that the business is remored and will be confined exclusively to the Original Manufactory, which he has purchased with the well-chosen stock of Seasoned Timber, Sec. Unusual advantages w ill be obtained in Cash transactions. apprentice that has served a few years to the Cabinet
13 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

FEMALE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. MRS. HART Will, on the insl. remove from A'o. 11. .Vo. 18, F.CCLES-STREET, The House of the laic laird IN' quitting her present Establishment, Mrs. Hart it her first duly to rct irn her acknowledgment* to her I'riends and the I’uhlir, for the unin
11 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INVESTMENTS,

INVESTMENTS,

The Public arc respectfully informed, that the smailiMl Sums ffiwit anvil n.i nrv ta(-.-n hi/ the Sarings Dunks) may invested in the Government Funds (either :!j or 5 per Cents.), the interest thereon payable Half-yearly at Bank Ireland— Viz.—On 1 per Cents Bth January and Bth J
11 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SANDYMOUNT CASTLE.

SANDYMOUNT CASTLE.

O ANDYMOUNT CASTLE, partly Furnished, Offices, Grapery, Gardens fully cropped with the choicest Fruit Trees and Vegetables, togetiter with Pleasure-grounds, containing about five acres in the whole, to Let by the Year or Season, erthe Interest in the Lease will be Sold, It is un
11 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR S4LE, AT MESSRS. BEMNETTS, COACH-MAk'BltS, No. 8, JUNGIER-STREET, One mew Landau, completely linishcd—also, two new ' Chariots. One new

FOR S4LE, AT MESSRS. BEMNETTS, COACH-MAk'BltS, No. 8, JUNGIER-STREET, One mew Landau, completely linishcd—also, two new ' Chariots. One new

Landau Car, finished of tha best materials. With a variety of Gigs, Square Can, and Gig Care, all which are finished iu the present fashion. A second-hand Family Coach, on its first wheels, nearly as good new, with pair grey Hones to match—engaged perfectly gentle and sound—the
11 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tcllars—Smitli, J., and Wilson, Sa R.

Tcllars—Smitli, J., and Wilson, Sa R.

MINORITY Of thirty-seven, who voted for limiting t l lf .. the Insurrection Hill to the Ist May, inn....?’'? Ist *f August, 1823. u. Hrown, Hume, J Nugent I*,l Barrett, S M Hutchinson, Hoa Palmer Cp Rankes, C Sir tt Hcrnal, 11 Hamilton, Lord A Prittie, Ji >. Rrougliam, II Hill,
12 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland