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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
 
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
 
MIX. SEC. XIV. SEC. First two mi1e5.....7......48 Sixth two miles 4 Second 7 44 Seventh .8 12 Third 7 47

MIX. SEC. XIV. SEC. First two mi1e5.....7......48 Sixth two miles 4 Second 7 44 Seventh .8 12 Third 7 47

Eiglith (last mile).. 4 4 Fourth 8» 20 Fifth 27 h. om. 2Ss, The match was lost by the horse breaking twice !■ the 10th and 11th miles. Mr. Andrews’s match to trot fourteen miles in one hour in harness, over the same ground, for a like sum of guineas, was won by a minute and ten
31 July 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMPOSITION FOR THE DUTIES ON CAR- KIAGES.

COMPOSITION FOR THE DUTIES ON CAR- KIAGES.

COMPOSITION FOR THE DUTIES CAR- KIAGES. rpHE COMMISSIONS lIS of INLAND M EXCISE and TAXES hertby give Notice, that under the Regulatinnt which have been appointed the Lord* of the Treatury, a Peuon nan beginning to compound for a Jaunting-Car, cannot keep free of duty, a detcripl
31 July 1822 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland