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BRITISH EXCHANGE AND AGENCY OFFICE, -Vo. 34, COLLEGE-GHEES', DVELIS', (opposite the bane ieelakd.) ST. GEO. GHEGG and Company, are constantly

BRITISH EXCHANGE AND AGENCY OFFICE, -Vo. 34, COLLEGE-GHEES', DVELIS', (opposite the bane ieelakd.) ST. GEO. GHEGG and Company, are constantly

supplied with Bank of England Notes, Bank Post Bills, Sovereigns, Guineas, &c., and Draw at any sight date on Uieir Bankers, Sir James Esdaile, Esdaile, Hammet, GaEKPEi.L and Scott, London. English Bills bought and Sold on Commission. * * Loans and Annuities negotiated. MONEY. b
20 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. AT Meeting of the Subscribers who contributed towards purchasing a Piece or Plate for the Officers of the

TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. AT Meeting of the Subscribers who contributed towards purchasing a Piece or Plate for the Officers of the

Regiment, held at Newmaju;ci, this day July, 1822, WILLIAM VRIXOy SECHER, Ekj., U.P., in the Resolved, That the following Address be read by our wor. tky Chairman, on presenting the Officer* with the PLATE, and that the Address and Answer, with the proceedings of this Meeting, b
18 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HAMLET.

HAMLET.

Clauilius, Mr. Iliunerton ; Hamlet, Mr. Kean; l*olonius, Mr. Kullam, I.crtes, Mr. Haniertun, jun. ;* Il«- ratio, Mr. Armstrong ; Osriek, Mr Eurren ; First Gmreiligger, Air. Williams; Gliost Hamlet’s Father, .Mr. Cohliam,—Gertrude, Mrs. Vaughan ; Ophelia, Mr*. T. Hill. conclude w
20 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLI).

TO BE SOLI).

SOLI). A Well trained Huntress, six olf, colour, light bay, three quarter bred, and equal to 12 stone with the fleetest hounds ; she is remarkably gentle, and well trained, Lady's Marc. To seen from Ten till Five o'Clock at Coffey's I.ivcry Stables, Upper Dominick-street.
20 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE TWELFTH OF JULY.

THE TWELFTH OF JULY.

It appears that one gentleman was seriously hurt by the iron railing of the Statue on Friday evening. We have made inquiry at the Police Offices, and have been assured on all hands that the Police conducted themselves with great steadiness, with the exception of two, of whom Mr.
15 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Wednesday, 10th inst. the first division of the Scots Greys arrived here. From an early hour the most intense interest for their appearance prevailed, and thousands walked out several miles to meet them. The crowd and pressure, particularly in the Gallowgate, was so great that m
18 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHIEF JUSTICE.

CHIEF JUSTICE.

Gillies, O'Neill, and Co. a. Benjamin Budd, surviving Partner the Firm Budd and This was action brought the plaintiffs, Messrs. Gillies, O’Neill and Co., of’ Liverpool, against Messrs. and Lee, Waterford, to recover damages for the nonperformance of a contract for the sale 1,000
18 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.

REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.

The cheap rate of the markets, and the repeal the greater part of the assessed taxes, should produce • commensurate reduction in rents of houses, and lodgings ; in the prices of cloths, stuffs, boots, shoes, hats, and, in short, in almost every description of article which const
17 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIJS.

DUBLIJS.

The last Paris Papers supply minute particulars of very serious insubordination in Madridthat unhappy country appears to be in state of great agitation. The Constitutionnel contains an article, dated Bayonne, the 4th instant, which states, that General Lopez Banos has defeated Q
16 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland