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•o«DM*Joi», finii four •• * u dadoos a *et impostora that kmi as perhaps ever were seen, Their operations were

•o«DM*Joi», finii four •• * u dadoos a *et impostora that kmi as perhaps ever were seen, Their operations were

carried on in Moorhelds, where they had gamed many a shilling, but they were observed and followed by a person who had before seen with what ease they made comfortable livelihood. One ol them, in very miserable dress, lay down on the broad of her back on the pavement, and frothe
7 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIDE STREETS-

WIDE STREETS-

TO BE LET FOR BUILDING. SEVERAL Lots of Ground in the best Mercantile Situations in thii City, p:urt of the Estate of the Commissioners of Wide-streets, and * large walled-in Yard, with front to Hanbuiiy-uakk, adjoining Meath Mamet. . Also, ON SALE, sundry well secured .Ground R
6 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

Under the most distinguished Patronage, ELTON BOARDING SCHOOL, XEAR ARKLOW, FOB CLASSICAL, FRENCH, & MERCANTILE EDUCATION, AND THE POLITE ACCOMPLISHMENTS, Rev. W. W. HARMS, Master. AT the 12thPublic Annuel Examinations, held the 6th, 7th, and Bth InsUnt, the following young Gent
6 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Huskisson set out this morning, in his travelling chariot and four, to Windsor, on a visit to his Majesty.

Mr. Huskisson set out this morning, in his travelling chariot and four, to Windsor, on a visit to his Majesty.

A minute of Council is said to have been obtained by the late Mr. Canning previous to his death, recognizing the heads of retrenchment had contemplated. Mr. Huskisson arrived at his residence in Somerset place about half past one o’clock yesterday afternoon from Sittingbourne. S
1 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JdANSION-HOUSE HOSPITALITY.

JdANSION-HOUSE HOSPITALITY.

AmoMst th# many- festivities for which the civic res.- Chirf Magistrate has been the Station Dinner has all ti * J^®® n w itb tesy, politeness, and attention to hi* guests, was-most markable during the . . , te . The tablet were laid out in the most splendid and Uste the 25 Guil
1 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CARRIAGES.

CARRIAGES.

CARRIAGES FOR SALE, Stephens's Coach Factory, No. 40 Bishop-street, \ Second-hand half-headed Brrouche, with water- deck, apron, &c., with engagement. A light Pony Phaeton. , , . A London-built Stanhope, lancewood shafts, and patent axles, with moveable bead. An Inside Car, good
1 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO WOOLLEN DUAPERd.

TO WOOLLEN DUAPERd.

WOOLLEN Young Man, of pleasing address, and good Salesman, who served bis time in the country, and has since lived two years in a most respectable Retail House in this City, now disengaged; wishes for situation in Wholesale or Retail Wpollen Warehouse ; a most satisfactory refere
1 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS, •WANTED,. . -pOR tit* OBo.SSta J? for the next yew, fit Person, «c» » S^Al«i^«^"p ers mn^produce M id

WANTS, •WANTED,. . -pOR tit* OBo.SSta J? for the next yew, fit Person, «c» » S^Al«i^«^"p ers mn^produce M id

Sheriffs, eq “' *lld unquestionable testimon'als cond . t<> M Srt Offi«, WUUsni-street, .ho alone is authorised to treat for both Situations.
4 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DONNYBROOK «FAIR.

DONNYBROOK «FAIR.

The festivities of the fair have concluded, and the waters the Dodder are length permitted flow on in peace andautumnal repose. The civic authorities arrived upon the ground at four o’clock on Saturday last, and with a cruel disregard to the happiness of the various companies, a
3 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OP IRISH STOCKS—Sbft 1.

PRICE OP IRISH STOCKS—Sbft 1.

S per cent. CoiuoU - cent. Stock - 86f ; 93f V9l of £93 6s. 3d.). 93) 4 per Cent. ' Cent. Deb. ■(' 8 per Gent. "Grand'C«nal Loan, red. e« m •ProvinCill Bank Mining Company t>f Ireland The last pHces of the-Engiish Funds on Friday were —Red. Ann. 874 {'Consols, Ditto for Account,
3 September 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland