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I' J BREIVERS. Person who has House in most (Vsirahle situation for the Puhlie husiness, would «ish to treat with

I' J BREIVERS. Person who has House in most (Vsirahle situation for the Puhlie husiness, would «ish to treat with

any lirewer that would enable him to set going. Every satisfaction will given to principals who apply by letter, with real signatures, addressed to Z. Z. at the Office fiaumlers’s News-Letter.
9 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLOON.

BALLOON.

At lii* particular desire and under the patronage •pin uiglit lion, the Loud Mayor St Mansion'- lloi - »K Commutes, MR. LIVINGSTON HAS the honour to announce that will in his Balloon from Portohello Barracks, on Friday the Uth instant; and the uveut of the wind Ix-ing fa«curable
6 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKET NOTE,

DUBLIN MARKET NOTE,

For l\e H'eck ending Friday, July 19, 1822. Average From Pricr. I, d. i. d. t, d Barrels Wheat per barrel... 1.5 o,‘i9 Oj 7 Ditto Here [lO Oil lOj 0 Ditto Bariev 000 0 ..I' * 1,:II7 Ditto Oats !10 OJ.? . 17,5:16 Cwt. Flour ! 0 1,652 Ditto Oatmeal 11 017 Ditto Wlieatcn Meal 00 00
20 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GEORGE THE FOURTH

GEORGE THE FOURTH

The longest personal favourite whom the King has ever kept is Pacquet, bis dresser and chief valet, fie a Frenchman of the old school, and enjoys the unbounded confidence of his royal master. He is liis caterer small news, and of the chit-chat out of doors, and within the purlie
13 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRIM, CON’. KING’S BENCH. MONUAV, 'Bib JUNE. l«2i. Belore the Lord Cliiel-Justice and following Jury : _ Ormvbr, Deputy Marshal

CRIM, CON’. KING’S BENCH. MONUAV, 'Bib JUNE. l«2i. Belore the Lord Cliiel-Justice and following Jury : _ Ormvbr, Deputy Marshal

< ,j |t . - Courts Marshalsea, proved Lord (;i,.. ltvv had been prisoner two years ; occupied «, ness’s apartments, where witness had riot been si, - G. first occupied them ; saw u female ..i , J the stairs, whom he suspected to have been M, Nowlan f Lord Glentworth occupies two
13 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
©lAliiji

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ings tlie mattei. The thing will he known to the bottom as well as knows the Borough I’ortarlington, and that is as well as any jew boy knows the amount of two dozen of oranges, rotten or sound, at two.pence a-piece. Twice twelve make twenty-four ; twice twenty-four make fortyei
6 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
irOUSE OF COMMONS—JuIy 2.

irOUSE OF COMMONS—JuIy 2.

COMMONS— JuIy 2. Sir JOHN NEW PORI' gave nonce to-morrow lie would move lor certain returns regarding First Fruits Ireland.
6 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At his seat, Edentale, Ennis, George William Stacpoole, Esq. Gort, John Roscingrave, Kmj. Catherine, wife of Laurence Filrsimmons, Esq. Williamstown. William Augustus Pearson, Esq., late Sovereign of Kells. . . , . At Ballvvalley, Killaloe, at an advanced age, tire Lady of the R
20 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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20 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland