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Advertiser^ price S*. 6d. eewc-J. , | and DESCRIPTION <jf the SCENERY «f the WEEKLY PRICE CURRENT. in«J» rpHIS Journal

Advertiser^ price S*. 6d. eewc-J. , | and DESCRIPTION <jf the SCENERY «f the WEEKLY PRICE CURRENT. in«J» rpHIS Journal

has now been carried on for T Price of being one Memorials . lbe Coot.usut, , uthentlc Kecords of the Fluctuation, wh.ch «e Sketches, fro. price 6. <L Miscellaneous Poems. l2mo. price * pecified-thMe me, This Day Published, price 9s. Iwanb. > Th,rd '." u 1. -Uie Dublin Price Cur
11 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RELIEF of the poor.

RELIEF of the poor.

Mansimi- Uonte, 6lh Ji'lt/, 1922. COMMITTEE of MANAGEMENT have alio**** the fallowing SUMS for tl«e BELIEF of the POOH the DISTRESSED DISTRICTS the SOUTH and WEST the Kingdom, ri*. 'County Mayo, 1-230. Mm. O’Dotirtell, for Spinning Factary, Seamount, £IS Her. John Crolnie, Rev.
11 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PR E StS TMR NTS—L OC AL TA XLS.

PR E StS TMR NTS—L OC AL TA XLS.

E StS TMR NTS—L AL TA COU.VTT OF CLARK AGAINST THE V. have given the Report ihe U*nratty Meeting verbatim find the Ennis Papers. We say so, lest it should supposed we extenuated any thing, set down aught In malice. solemnly assure the Reader that the report Mr, Thomas SrLEi.E*s s
9 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH INSURRECTION BILL

IRISH INSURRECTION BILL

Mr. Goulburn, in moving chat the House resolve into a Committee the Irish Insurrection Act Renewal Bill, at considerable length, pointed out the advantages that would acctue from it. He felt convinced that the Lord Lieutenant did not seek for such power, proposed to vested in hi
13 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST A r*.

ST A r*.

ST r*. l.ii‘UU a Colonel lloltert i’(irrrns. fli,. (i j[,, lo lie l). |.uiy Acljaumi.CM-n, r.i (.■ il„- KinpV ir.«,|K' rvl , .11 (lie Knst Imlies, vice Livutellnlil (\.1..ik1 .Mmtav, .'I jor Philip Btaniu’)><', fl»o !ialt*-)»ay lla* to l»c IX'puty Quariormafltvr-Gcneial il * I'm
13 July 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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assessed by the Gr.tnd Juries. might satisfactory for the House learn that the money voted Parliament, and the subscriptions made

assessed by the Gr.tnd Juries. might satisfactory for the House learn that the money voted Parliament, and the subscriptions made

out doors had been very effectual in the application—that from accounts last received from those parts of the country which were distressed, was led to believe that tiie calamity was abating—that the money voted and subscribed, under prudent regulation, would nearly adequate to
9 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS.

AUCTIONS.

In the Mailer of Genrge Gregory, an Insolvent. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, The Premises, THIS DAY, the 9th JULY instant. Order of Mr. Robert Fletcher, the Assignee said Insolvent, ■ HIE Interest the Leases of four Houses in North JL Sununer-street, Nos. 4, 5, C, and 7. 'lliey are subjec
9 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KING RICHARD 111.

KING RICHARD 111.

Richard, Duke of Glo’ster, Mr. Kean ; King Henry Sixth, Mr. Talbot, (his first appearance in that character); Earl of Richmond, Mr. Cobham, (his first appearance in that character); Sir Wm. Brandon, Mr. Hamvrton, jun., (his first appearance in that character.)— Queen, Mrs. Vaugh
13 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD CHEAP.

TO BE SOLD CHEAP.

SOLD CHEAP. A Pair of beautiful buy Carriage Marat, the property of a Gentleman going abroad. To be seen 36, Baggut.struct, any Lour before I > ©’Clock.
13 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DECREES.

DECREES.

Henry Blake ami Celia" Ousley, Executrix of Mary-Anne Ouslcy, deceased, PURSUANT tl.cTlecree of liis Majesty's Court of Chancery, in Irelatid, bearing date* the ‘id day of July, IK-JO, I will the dtliday of March next, at my Chambers, Plaintiff. ; Richard Marnell, sen. and Richa
11 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland