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A DRY NURSE.

A DRY NURSE.

DRY NURSE. WANTED, a young, healthy, active, cleanly Woman, who has had experience in the management of Children from their birth ; she must be clever at needlee-work; of the Established Church, and producj very excellent recommendations from persons with whom she has lived, part
29 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WINES.

WINES.

One Thousand Dozen Choice While Cape Madeira, ]». sd. per Foitle ; 16s. per dozen. Fig.iciio Das Vinhos Rich Portugal Rod Wine, equal to Port, ‘2s. 7d. per bottle; 335. 7d. per dozen. Nine Hundred Dozen Fine Port, Sherry, and TenerifTe, 3s. per bottle; 38s. 6d. per dozen. Rich C
30 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW THEATUE-ROYAL. From the enthusiastic applause with which the Tragedy of Brutus was honoured, it will be repeated tomorrow Evening

NEW THEATUE-ROYAL. From the enthusiastic applause with which the Tragedy of Brutus was honoured, it will be repeated tomorrow Evening

and Saturday, being the last Week hut one of Uic Company’s Performing this Season, and Mr. Kean’s Engagement. TO-MORROW Evening, July 31st, bit Majesty's Servants will perform (2d time this Thaatre) the Tragedy of BRUTUS; OR, The Fall of Tar quin. Aj performed at tha TTieatrt-Ro
30 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST CHRONICLE.

BELFAST CHRONICLE.

31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THOMAS G. FOLINGSBY, llaaovrr Quay.

THOMAS G. FOLINGSBY, llaaovrr Quay.

THOMAS G. llaaovrr Quay. Belfast, July 23d, NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. iO.'TIX who liave in tlie 6m NICHOLAS MILUS, rooim«nd.r. An to ht in W/nM FRI/IAY, Af** |hiv tlic* remainder tiifif l*aviage Miovvjr, and lioard j and it is particularly requested, llial Shippora •ill lie punctual
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tenement in High-Street. TO BE LET, That concern, No. i is, high strs*t, tfforni* th» Chaptl at Ew, occuh, M'Auk,

Tenement in High-Street. TO BE LET, That concern, No. i is, high strs*t, tfforni* th» Chaptl at Ew, occuh, M'Auk,

in Line, can- DWELLING-HOUSE, vuklargn jg ( i STOKES W the ram, having the beneSt of tmt Eatnan iherita ; o>e whole capable of carrying bimaen. —lomwdiate poeaeeaion can be gieen. hmm, apply ABRAHAM BELL, No, S'hanbKMM, (»51) BelCaat, 7th Mo. 9, 1898.
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CO UMTY WES TMEA TH.

CO UMTY WES TMEA TH.

CO WES TMEA TH. In the Matter of £ Setting of the Barlow Smyth, Henry I J. Mansion-House. OtSs.s, Mathew Smy th, 4 Fred. I 4 Demesne Lands Smyth, Minora, I containing acres or llters* ~~ ■ Jaboula, further adjourned ut.td Monday, the sth day of August next, at tlie hour of Oik o'
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

THE House and Demesne of EMSWORTH, situated about five miles from the Castle,- on the Malahidt Road. : . The House is large and in thorough repair;. the Gardens contain upwards of an acre, enclosed by fourteen foot brick wall, and planted with.the choicest Fruit Trees, full bear
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
' WANTED.

' WANTED.

AN Upper Maid, who can attend upon a Lsdr, , delicate state of health, and also take care of Child, ren. active Person, of about years of age, cleanlv intelligent, and who can be recommended far fidelity ai attention, will be preferred. Letters addressed to Mrs. Lake, at Office
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Opposite Hume-»tre«t #i>d the Gre««. For Li»»» r»aiew»ble for ever, THE HOUSE, N0. 7, ITH suitable Offices, Lock-up Yard, &*.

Opposite Hume-»tre«t #i>d the Gre««. For Li»»» r»aiew»ble for ever, THE HOUSE, N0. 7, ITH suitable Offices, Lock-up Yard, &*.

The Furniture be had at valuation or otherwise, not disposed of permanently, will be let furnished by the year. viewed from twelve o’clock until three. Apply Jesson’s Upholstery Ware-house, Staffordstreet.
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland