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j HOUSES LANDS. SOLD, , r Hou«; No. >l, FIT2WILLIAM-SQUARE, JL W»st, {subject k Very low Ground Rent, or it

j HOUSES LANDS. SOLD, , r Hou«; No. >l, FIT2WILLIAM-SQUARE, JL W»st, {subject k Very low Ground Rent, or it

wo»kl b« sold air Atci eased ftenf. -or reduced Fine. The House is in capital order, with every necessary Future ; excellent rere, Coach-house kiwi Stables, and Pump in an enclosed card, ' . EXCELLENT TWO-ROOMED HOUSE. Situated the best part of Upper Merrion- streety TO LET, a L
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS a SITUATION, as Cook Thorough Servant, steady, active Woman, wha'understands her business perfectly well, and has Uved with most

WANTS a SITUATION, as Cook Thorough Servant, steady, active Woman, wha'understands her business perfectly well, and has Uved with most

respectable families now in town, has no incumbrance, no objection to town or country, can take care of one two cows required. Any commands left for M. G. »l No. 128, Capel-street. or the Office of Saunders's Neww Letter, will punctually attended to. -
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGES. TO SOLD. light. Fashionable Coach, In complete order, with new under carriage and wheels, built Messrs. Hutton and Sons.

CARRIAGES. TO SOLD. light. Fashionable Coach, In complete order, with new under carriage and wheels, built Messrs. Hutton and Sons.

• To be seen at May rick’s Factory; Blesringthn-place. Lowest, Price, 100 Guineas.
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TILE IRISH EPISCOPACY.

TILE IRISH EPISCOPACY.

The many appointments and translations wliidi have taken place in the Arcfaiepiscopal and £pi-copal dignities of our Church Establishment, siaoe the accession of his Excellency the Marquis Wellesley to the Lord Lieutenancy of Ireland, may render it Interesting aw readers, partic
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the Didough's Church, by the Rev. Quualey. John, second son of Johu Brown, flW*fUu«n, to C*tr abi.vk, eldest daughter the

the Didough's Church, by the Rev. Quualey. John, second son of Johu Brown, flW*fUu«n, to C*tr abi.vk, eldest daughter the

late Wa4mw, Esq. ?fc. BM«attgN' '• Tltirvb?, the 25ih iM. Ntrw Church, Mangle. Locukm, the H«to. and Her Geraid V. Welder. Hwtv *on R. Ilani)i(an> in the county Surrey. Evq. ih« lion. Wilrote, rounyent daughter of the late 'lari OrfwrJ. *Uter of the present Earl.- On the tho Jam
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL corporation races. •n* following are ihe partieulora Down Course, near Downon Mni'day the2Sd inau—Eowa«d Jonm £*}■ Governor :•*- MONDAY,

ROYAL corporation races. •n* following are ihe partieulora Down Course, near Downon Mni'day the2Sd inau—Eowa«d Jonm £*}■ Governor :•*- MONDAY,

JUt¥ S3, of guineas, p, p.; 50 guineas »nJ 4»-»i>e iiarse *Ho saved l«is stake—two miles. <*■ - ' * Urbn.h.Fri.l., svr..ld. U « lUarr*r'. ch. m»i» AOns. i(H y» >!»"***’» M,t n - *' to 1, before starting, Friday , , TUESDAY. 2t. • » Sweepstake eacli, fi>r County Down i_l Hunier*.
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FORGERIES.

FORGERIES.

Dennis Tynan and Pat. Cassin were examined charge uttering forged notes, he was prosecuted by Mr. Sullivan, ofGeorge’s-quay, who swore that on Monday last the prisoner tendered a forged pound note for change ; it was No. 13,785, and dated sth Nov., ; he subsequently asked to see
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JUST and wants “ un( , er . Maid, a steady, active y° un f' Vom '’’ d n>» stands

JUST and wants “ un( , er . Maid, a steady, active y° un f' Vom '’’ d n>» stands

her business remarkably well; can *» sh up small things; has no incumbrance, nor, tion to town country; she can be highly ed by respectable families now in town. lesJtrt A Any commands left for M. G., No. > w b« or at the Office of Saunders’s News-Letter, thankfullv attended to.
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BrlCagt atommrre(ixl (fffjroiiicU.

BrlCagt atommrre(ixl (fffjroiiicU.

BrlCagt (fffjroiiicU. *l*l7l** 2727.]
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ui«*r lifM» ted it wet bard them thtl no«| otT«r idditeAl admitted that their aenritea were great, and that their

Ui«*r lifM» ted it wet bard them thtl no«| otT«r idditeAl admitted that their aenritea were great, and that their

larlea taoliigh yet (hFy wtrre laid, that *uch the of the country, that waa eipedient to make this deduction from their incomes. Ha would if any Ik* MWr hfiptVvi-re, more more unjurt. If Uio&« who l>crt«ff<T came into office weia rm)uir*cl ban it such nfgut.donk, Re JSiuIJ hare
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland