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MONEY. Wanted, ON the* .•Wpimunt of Jiulgmont, the incitrnbranre afl'ecling an EsUitc ut 2,700!. a yrur, in the Countv of

MONEY. Wanted, ON the* .•Wpimunt of Jiulgmont, the incitrnbranre afl'ecling an EsUitc ut 2,700!. a yrur, in the Countv of

Meath. Address 11. I*, at the Onicc of Saunders s News- /Otter.
11 February 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC RENT.

CATHOLIC RENT.

AT a numerous MEETING of the CATHOLIC INHABITANTS of the PARISH TEMPLEPORT, in the COUNTY of CAVAN, held in the CentBal C'HAPti., on SUNDAY, the 23d JANUARY, 1825. The Bee. COBNEUUS O'REILLY in the Chair, The following Resolution* were umuilmaiiHlj-1. Resolved—That take the Cath
2 February 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
t'nc same.

t'nc same.

The rents of the Canteens dwellings are to proposed the sums stated opposite to each in the following list, therefore the biddings will be upon what is offered for every ton men occupying the Barracks. This number will lie ascertained from the Barrack-Master's Monthly Returns, w
15 February 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAN I KD,

WAN I KD,

WAN I A N I'.uglishwoiran, for moot fatui!, llting miles from Dublin, act limiciij.' Servant, where Kitchen Hoy kept—wages willW li beral, ami attendance but the Kitchen. -s[iply .. the of News-Latter. WANTED, by an English Protestant)-i.ady, . tuetiim Governess to one two Childr
15 February 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

The smack Eclipse, Barge, for Liverpool, sailed yesterday The Octavia, M‘Gibbon, for Liverpool, clears on Saturday first. The smack Ardent, Boyd, sailed yesterday for London. The smack Zephyr, Thompson, for London, and Favorite, Saunderson, for Liverpool, clear on Saturday first
7 February 1825 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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7 February 1825 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXTENSIVE STORES to be LET, AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN, THOSE very Extensive STORES in Bvrtt’s- Entey, to LET, wißmi Commodious

EXTENSIVE STORES to be LET, AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN, THOSE very Extensive STORES in Bvrtt’s- Entey, to LET, wißmi Commodious

OFFICE, HAM-HOUSE, SHED, &e. occupied by Messrs. A. ORR and CO. F. DAVl^^rodjMners.—For particulars, apply to JOHN MACPHERSON, Belfast, Dec. 21, 1824. 49, Waring-street. (821
7 February 1825 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COTTON TiIADE. MEETING the COTTON BPINNEKK and MANUFACTURERS the Town and Neighbourhood will held at the Office of CONWAY B.

COTTON TiIADE. MEETING the COTTON BPINNEKK and MANUFACTURERS the Town and Neighbourhood will held at the Office of CONWAY B.

CRIMSHAW, No. 16, Commercial Court, WEDNESDAY next, at Half-past ONE o’Clock, to receive the report of the Committee appointed to prepare RuUi Regulations for conducting an Association intenduffto for suppressing, by legal means, the existing in the Cotton Trade, particularly th
7 February 1825 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATISTICS i’AUJS. »l»ouW lave l*en occupieJ »it!i any mention «• !•» Paaii, Jak. Sf2, 1825.—The number of in Peril, dividual

STATISTICS i’AUJS. »l»ouW lave l*en occupieJ »it!i any mention «• !•» Paaii, Jak. Sf2, 1825.—The number of in Peril, dividual

uodncrviDg of lb«ir notice hinwlf. thanked which in 1820 wat 24,858; in 1821, 25,156 ; in 1822, them moat tineetely for thii mw mark their confidence—a 26,880 in the yeaf 1823 amontiled to 27,070 ; but the confidence which would highly valuable to him ai lißae, death], which in
15 February 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY LENT ON VALUABLE DEPOSITS, Of Plate, IVatches, Jewellery, IVearing Apparel, House Linen, Debentures, Sfc. S(C, AT FIVE PEK CENT.

MONEY LENT ON VALUABLE DEPOSITS, Of Plate, IVatches, Jewellery, IVearing Apparel, House Linen, Debentures, Sfc. S(C, AT FIVE PEK CENT.

By LUKE WALL, Lickitskd Pawnbroker, Vo. 50, MARLBOROUGH-STREET, near Great Britain- Ureet, VuhHn. LUKE WALL respectfully informs the Public, that from and after the date of this Advertisement, all Property deposited with him, where the sum Lent shall be Two Pounds, and not excee
15 February 1825 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland