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HUGO.

HUGO.

Sligo, 27.— our publication of Saturday last* w» alluded to the in winch .the Ccmndltco for the Relief the Poor in the Town Sli,;© and L'tdcii St. John, were plnccrl; w® arc sorry lind that sneana which they have since acquireJ arc the disclmrgtf tlicir enjagementa.—-’llic l gra
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KING'S COUNTY.

KING'S COUNTY.

While most «incerrljr deplore fctute of di*- into which ihe Poor ftdjuceut town of arc suJtk, cannot oinil iho atiraro-i of our the poverty which prevail* of this town and neighbourhood, in so dcinj; we take r».fwr letter signed James Dowling boasts of ail vantages tuperior to m
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ki)UCAi'lU.\. VIRGEMOKT BOARDING SCHOOL. AT tlie examination*. UAd ttie tn sc, tl) , June, the following GeoUemeu obtained uia. luiijtni

ki)UCAi'lU.\. VIRGEMOKT BOARDING SCHOOL. AT tlie examination*. UAd ttie tn sc, tl) , June, the following GeoUemeu obtained uia. luiijtni

Ball, Crosthteaitc, Hogan, Imut, purling, Imuj, SalL Foot, Smyth, Darling, l>du», and Mac CHARLES CROSTHWAITE, Principal. Thi* Establishment is calculated for very, small nu» ber, being rather a family than s School, and none ura re” ceivfd except PupiU of the very first respect
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 

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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
 
TO GARDENERS AND HERBALISTS.

TO GARDENERS AND HERBALISTS.

WANTED, Leave* of Atropa Belladonna; or. Deadly Nightshadeaecond growth. Leave* of Lauro-Ceraaus; or. Cherry Laurel. Leave* of Hyosciamus; or, Black Henbane—(gathered in July.) Leave* and Seed* Stramonium; or, Thomapple(do. in August.) Leaves of Spearmint (do. i* August.) Seeds
30 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AGENTS.

AGENTS.

Messr*. Price, Carlow ; Clarkson, Arklow ; Mullin, Ross ; Reynolds Kilkenny ; Downer, Kuscrca ; Uslier, Birr ; M'Clelland, l^>ngford; Downes, Cavan ; Horner, Itallybay; Moller, Armngh; SiHlhorpe, Dundalk ; Hart, Denning, Kells; Kidd, Mullingar; Leith, Tullamore; Cunningham, Port
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCISE OFFICE, DUBLIN, 26/ A Jul

EXCISE OFFICE, DUBLIN, 26/ A Jul

I, 1822. COMPOSITION FOR THE DUTIES OXCAHKIACr.S. Commissioners of Inland Excise X Tam hereby give Notice, that under the Rcgnlatiotn which have been appointed die l«rda of the TrcaMirr Peraon now beginning Compound for a Jaunting Cur. cannot keep, free of Duty, a tWription Carr
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

Mead Office. —Peace Officer Scott ha* reported to the Magistrates here, that a man named Reilly, of Johnstown, was robbed yesterday morning by a female of a quantity of wearing apparel. James Murray has been reported here by peace officer Waters, and arrested on a warrant, far h
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland