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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
 
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
 
The First Day Over, AND ONE OF THE PRIZES DRAWN, No. 215, ENTITLED TO ONE THOUSAND AND TEN POUNDS, CONSOLS

The First Day Over, AND ONE OF THE PRIZES DRAWN, No. 215, ENTITLED TO ONE THOUSAND AND TEN POUNDS, CONSOLS

jIND MONEY, Was sold, in One Quarter, One Eighth, and Ten Six- teenths, at this Office. THE SECOND DAY OF DRAWING, THIS DAY, JULY both, WHEN * Two Prizes of Twenty Thousand Pounds Must be decided, as well as the chance of Two Prizes Thirty Thousand Pounds. TICKETS AND SHARES, WA
30 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOS. ELLIS.

THOS. ELLIS.

A Rental laid and Premia** are potted in the Kaiter'i ORce, and any particular* may be known 'on application to Anthony Clarke, SolidUr for tie Plaintiff*, IT, femple-tWe*!, Dublin, - ri-
30 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rt ::s/)yiy. w/.y so.

rt ::s/)yiy. w/.y so.

w/.y so. iJUCL Imu sriicss, july’2% Bant Slotk 2. .O C.a. Loan 4 per C«. Co»i. Deli. per Ct. Ditto iillto 5 per Ct... Si..ck,3>i.;rft. Ditto llittn 6 ier C 1... .2* lUb. »\cr Cl * Hoy ill Caual Stock.... Stock. per O- City Deb 5 per Ct.... Deli. per O. •)! WiilcSt Cert.Gper.Ct s;
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tuesday; july so, im.

Tuesday; july so, im.

IRI7, the« increa««i th«ir debt, funded and unfunded, to tba amount of 61 R,C00,00 I. Of Uiat tum there was raised by lK>an, and die funding of Navy, ictualling. Transport, and Exchequer Bills, 584,874,657/.; and on account of the I sum raised, there was paid into the Treasury 5
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMVKS’S DIGEST. A NEW EDITION.

COMVKS’S DIGEST. A NEW EDITION.

This Day is Published, in Vols. royal Rvo. XlO. 10s. brl*. A DIGEST OF THE LAWS OF ENGLAND, the Right Honorable Sir JOHN COMYNS, Knt. late Lord Chief Baron of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer. The Fifth Edition, corrected, (with considerable additions the Text), and continued fr
30 July 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland