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DUBLIN MARKET NOTE,

DUBLIN MARKET NOTE,

For Week ending Friday July 26, 1822. Average From I I’rU-r. t. d. t. d. t. d. 1,233 Barrels Wheat per barrel... 15 0'29 023 10| 20 Ditto Here 11l o'l2 Oil Ditto Barley I 0 000 000 0 1,103 Ditto Oats 'll 016 013 81,367 Cwt. Flour ! 025 000 O 1,860 Ditto Oatmeal 11 0,17 013 11 0
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS.

AUCTIONS.

SOLD HUS DAY, 2'J, laii.-. Two o’clock, Tlie Hull, Bowipri, und Foremast of The liriii >t. Peter, Where she now lies, mar the Light House, Green Boyle. SOLD BY AUCTION, THIS DAY, MONDAY, JULY I'yth. 1322, AT SO. 42, GRAKTON-STHEET, The Residence of the late Mr. James Flood, Cabi
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO GROCERS.

TO GROCERS.

GROCERS. TO LET, MODERATE TERMS, Or the Interest in the Lease to sold cheap. House, No. 11, Ranclagh, in which the .1- late Win. Harward carried the Grocery and Spirit Business for many years; it at present in full trade, and fit far liic immediate reception of tenants, without e
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

London, Friday Evenitt/f. The effect lire reduction of interest tire Bank, the Funds, has been more apparent than at any time since the measure was determined upon. Stock of all kinds was, perhaps, never scarce as it lias been this morning The improvement general y has not much
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOLNTJOY-SQUARE SEMIXA RV.

MOLNTJOY-SQUARE SEMIXA RV.

For the general Education ofyoung Ladies of a select class, Established A. D. 1818, Under the highest sanction, and directed a Committee
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS. WANTED, Steady active Man, of light weight, Coachman, to drive in the Saddle. one need apply whose character will

WANTS. WANTED, Steady active Man, of light weight, Coachman, to drive in the Saddle. one need apply whose character will

not bear the strictest investigation to sabricty, honesty, cleanliness and having perfect knowledge of taking care of u carriage, and his business in every other respect. Apply No. 28, North Earl-street, between the hours of 10 and 12 o’clock in the forenoon.
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVE LITE . recent Metfirig of the tursl Sooetjr, the following remark* were mad. W two gem emen who were

LIVE LITE . recent Metfirig of the tursl Sooetjr, the following remark* were mad. W two gem emen who were

Mr. Gore said. lam no ero.ker; Ido not are m .ud. .late a, , lut t0 able ,o otfier. Hut i, «, mei l«J, th.nk, s'ill trust that the English men wtl have nerve suffiderrt stay h .«. reduce their establishments. I trmt . not be ashamed of having ostablklimeo,, ,L than their neighbo
29 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FHOM LLOYDS LIST, JULY 2C.

FHOM LLOYDS LIST, JULY 2C.

LLOYDS LIST, JULY 2C. The Flying Fish, Hamilton, arrived at Saint Andrew’*, N. B. from Jamaica, was chased 9th *>J;iy off the Grand Camaynes, by piratical schooner, full of men, which fired several shots her. Captain H. was informed by a fisherman. that the pirate was from George
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—JULY 24.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—JULY 24.

The House went into a Committee on the Address for printing the ancient histories of England. Mr. Vansittart thought it proper that the ancient documents of the kingdom should be laid before the Public an authentic form. A very valuable and voluminous work of the kind had been p
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECORDER’S COURT,

RECORDER’S COURT,

The Recorder sat for the trial prisoner* on Saturday, when the following convictions took place : Samuel M'Nally, Peter Ramsay, and John Clare, for combination and assaulting Laurence M'Mahoh. the first was sentenced to four and the two latter to two months imprisonment. Bridget
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland