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HORSES. FARMING REPOSITORY. stiphen’s-orbek:. SALE TUTS DAY, ©‘Clock. HORSES AND CARRIAGES. A Full-bred .Cbrtaut trwued . huutor for stone, Tom

HORSES. FARMING REPOSITORY. stiphen’s-orbek:. SALE TUTS DAY, ©‘Clock. HORSES AND CARRIAGES. A Full-bred .Cbrtaut trwued . huutor for stone, Tom

Pipes, dam by piant, an Oberon Mare, well known in Ihe Kildare hunj j Rajr Gelding, 19 hands high, present work, for double and wngle harness, and a-good roadster; « Bay Geldmg, fire yeara old,! Brown-] Mare, of excellent shape., seven years old, both in. harness together, -arc
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEAFNESS,

DEAFNESS,

MU. ROWDEN, AURISf, (From London, Manchester, and Liverpool,) IN nee of his numerous Engagements as above, remains for three weeks only, at No. 38, Henry-street. has been induced by a variety of opulent and respectable persons to visit Dublin in his Professional Line, and may be
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Now, Thai rveru interruption > to the TWO - TWO AND 50,000 TWO .*£30,000 Hu been completcty rcmoveti by the

Now, Thai rveru interruption > to the TWO - TWO AND 50,000 TWO .*£30,000 Hu been completcty rcmoveti by the

I ite Drnwinj;. iht two TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS MI’ST decided THIS DAY, The Public may purchase under the very best auspices at the C ONT s OFFICES, S6, College-green, mid 1, pci- tree t, WHERE TICKETS AND SHARES Are now selling (warranted undraw u) by JAMES BROWNE, Stock-Broker.
30 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUX LORD LIKLTENANT AND COUNCIL OF IRELAND, T.vuBOT. A PROCLAMATION. We. the Lord Lieutenant, by and with the nd vice

TUX LORD LIKLTENANT AND COUNCIL OF IRELAND, T.vuBOT. A PROCLAMATION. We. the Lord Lieutenant, by and with the nd vice

bis Privy Cuuncil, in order to remove doubts which have been erroneously suggested to the lawful value of the pieces Gold Coin called Sovereigns, and Half Sovereigns, and of the pieces of Silver Coin called Crowns, and Hulf Crowns, which have been issued from bis Majesty’* Mint,
29 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST COMMERCIAL CIiUOMCUL

BELFAST COMMERCIAL CIiUOMCUL

BELFAST COMMERCIAL ITUUBIOE, t»i o» MEXICO. A Sew York of tbctfVth «U. «lvA ih* fallowing accoimt this fortunate adventurer I 1UKB1DE was bo'n Valladolll, in Mexico, in 1810. lie was Lieutcnmu in the army. His father now St years olil, native of Biscay, in Spain, ami went to Mexi
29 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOW IN pour. > ajrr* First Fall Ship Jar QUEBEC. net ravT-SAiLteo aatn QUEBEC, ITWIWIfiV Tom liunbeo, Captain JOHN Thi»

NOW IN pour. > ajrr* First Fall Ship Jar QUEBEC. net ravT-SAiLteo aatn QUEBEC, ITWIWIfiV Tom liunbeo, Captain JOHN Thi»

V*u»l ia just arriactl fr»in U>e •bote I'ort, tft«r remarksbly quick passage, and anil be ready to Sail rba of August—Her aesummodationt for Pasamgara, both ill the Cabin and between I Sack a are eery superior, and abundance of Water and Fuad will be supplied for aba Voyage Thos
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WINES.

WINES.

One Thousand Dozen Choice White Cape Madeira, la.Sd. per Bottle; 16a. lOd. per dozen. Figuerio Dos Vinhos Rich Portugal Red Wine, equal Port, it. 7d. per bottle; 3.1 a. Id. per Doeen. Nine Hundred Dozen Fine Port, Sherry, endTeneriffe, Sa. per Bottle ; 3Sa. 6d. per Dozen. Rich C
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - 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