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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
 
II A Y.

II A Y.

TO SOLD AUCTION, FRIDAY, the day AUGUST neat, the Lands of BAGGOTRATH, lit tween Ueggnr’it-busli and the Woeden Bridge leading Irishtown, One Hundred and Forty Cocks of well-saved Hay. Sale to commence at one o’clock. CARRIAGES. TO BE SOLD. nicest London built Dennett Gig, nearl
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR SALE,

FOR SALE,

Allemarkahly clever chesnut Horse; an excellent - banter and roadster, and goes well in a tilbury; is steady broke charger, having been two years in possession of a Cavalry Ollicer—Alo, bay Marc, cedent huntress for twelve stone, just from grass. To seen at Dycer’s Livery Stable
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Belfast Commevcia'l

Belfast Commevcia'l

2726.] SIMMS Stationers, and Paper nit, no. 88* poi‘*®'' ‘‘*T * T —v-rFLTXY inform the Gentlemen in IL the..«« time «o PRC»S-(AN BI.UK, MOHT ° COLOUKED rl. t ktrla* Utely. comlArabl. «. u.. i.«t <*■ nffw » of U,e W;«v ‘oJ fl* c*mr,, u * ih.T b. imported —fbejr .t. bl-ACK, BLUE,*
29 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
‘ COMMKKCIAh CHKOMCLU.

‘ COMMKKCIAh CHKOMCLU.

CHKOMCLU. Ytlfttioot with (h« HutUoacra, and an Aabawador Hague. That seemed to case exactly point; : woe did Spain dispute the right England acknowledge \ the independence those whom she hertrflf termed | The recognition was not account of the Stale recognis- | but for the benef
29 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ike "•"• * *f °* TlflMP / ap«'7'»« DMtn, «e i«- 9f prying P°*°f‘ i' da - zLitmon Unstamped Paper,

ike "•"• * *f °* TlflMP / ap«'7'»« DMtn, «e i«- 9f prying P°*°f‘ i' da - zLitmon Unstamped Paper,

the duty on which . SST faithjully accounted for. ■ ~birth~ lAoim, < ' • 01 Sr " '' , rf. ARRIEI>^ S<* '«<■ >" Kil!e«d, by Uer. Mr. V«rncr. Wncnn. of B.llmtUrry, to Mi*. of Mr. M'MasUr, Old- “fll'ibelSUi last, by the Robert Acbeion, Mr. m jg'Coey, to J*a« Camt, relict tbe Georec
29 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE LET, For tnch Term m.tif be on, TH\T Large an.l COMMODIOUS HOUSE, with GARRES and Siiiubl* OFFICES, in

TO BE LET, For tnch Term m.tif be on, TH\T Large an.l COMMODIOUS HOUSE, with GARRES and Siiiubl* OFFICES, in

th« Scotch Qiaart* (VrickferguT. iu Ui« of Mrs. WILbON, For particulars, apply Mr. JOHN LKOO.- mrdiata noasesaion can given. CairickfergMi, July 2?, 1522. -Im
29 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE. THE different holder* of FOREIGN FLAXSEED ami IIEMPSEED in Ireland, are hereby informed that the Law requires a return

NOTICE. THE different holder* of FOREIGN FLAXSEED ami IIEMPSEED in Ireland, are hereby informed that the Law requires a return

made the different AXSRBI) INSPECTORS in this Kingdom, of the quantity remaining on hands on the first of August each year; each return to made or before the slh following, under the penalty of the forfeiture of all ■ucb Seed, and Os, for each and every Cask and Package not so r
29 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON, JULY 25.

LONDON, JULY 25.

v-sterdav Hi. M.jetday held Court at his in P-1! Mall, which was attended lord Chancellor and most oPth* Cabinet Ministers, the Great OlScers of State, See.— , Majesty afterwards held a Privy Council, to j t iie Recorder of London was admitted, , ro;M ie a Report of the Prisoner
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

Mr. Kean's Sir Giles Overreach attracted most fashionable and crowded auditory Saturday night. Henderson, Kemble and Cooke, were highly considered this arduous character; hut general opinion, which establishes superiority at once, has ruled that Mr. Kean's elforts have surpassed
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland