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HURSEh. HORSES, CARRIAGE HARNESS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. THIS DAY, at Three o’Clock precisely, together or separate, Michael Goulding*s,

HURSEh. HORSES, CARRIAGE HARNESS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. THIS DAY, at Three o’Clock precisely, together or separate, Michael Goulding*s,

South Anne-street, a pair of very strong, young, sound bay Carriage Horses, 16 hands high, five years old, perfectly trained, and accustomed to double and single harness. The Carriage is a light fashionable Landau, London built. The Horses are in the highest condition, and fit f
16 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS.

AUCTIONS.

■Very Extensive Sale of valuable Books, and Splendid Works, connected with the Fine Arts, at the MART, 26, DAME-STREET. J. HODGSON. (LATE OF BATH AND CHELTENHAM.) HAS the honor of announcing to the Nobility and Gentry of Dublin and the surrounding Country, that he is instructed
27 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SERMONS.

SERMONS.

A SERMON, Support of the Orphan- House, Circular-Road, WILL BE PREACHED IN ST. PETER’S CHURCH. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25 , 1827, By the Re*. WM. CLEAVER, A M. Rector of Delganny. The Benefactions those who may find it inconvenient attend, wili be thankfuily received at the Bank of Joh
1 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. AUDOEN S PARISH.

ST. AUDOEN S PARISH.

ST. AUDOEN PARISH. THE Annual Sermon, for the ancient Charily School of this Parish, will be Preached by the Rev. Monimer 'O’Sullivan, in St. Audoen’s Church, on the o November Inst., being die third Sunday <> * day fixed long established custom, for the Chanty fcermon in support
1 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGE^.

CARRIAGE^.

FOR SAL'S, At Stephens’* Coach Fartofy, 40, Bishop-ttreat, elegant Family Coach, London-built, with front hoot, twinging hint! part, '4c., with which an engagement for month* will be'gieen. AT WILLIAMS’S. NO. 30, POMINICK STREET. A Phaeton, for one .Horses; two Stanhopes, with C
1 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE AN

HOUSE AN

HOUSE TO BE SOLD, THE Interest in the Lease of DRUMCONDRA HOUSE and DEMESNE, within one mile of Mountioy-square. The House is large enough to contain any family, and one of the handsomest old residences to be seen this time in the country, the Stabling for 16 horses is built in t
1 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS.

AUCTIONS.

. . ,SJ valuable Stock of EnglUh GLASS, A assertmcnt of She«eM Plated JS, consigned for unresertrrf SJe * AT THE MART, -26, DAME-STREET, DUBLIN. J. HODGSON, fftXTE OP BATH AMD CHELTENHAM,) ho. VF.MBEE, CrMmJojp, WM« C»ft» Mid Wm*. BmliU. Tmmhl Ortfa«B, »«.. mtiMMMMd Wod»Mi CUb.
5 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONDITIONS OF SALE.

CONDITIONS OF SALE.

CONDITIONS SALE. tst. The highest bidder the purchaser, and if any dispute arise the lot to be put again. _ 3d. depositofono-third the amount to be paid on demand, in default of which the Goods to immediately - resold. • - 3d. To advance sixpence each induing 4th. The delivery Jo
5 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURNISHED LODGINGS,

FURNISHED LODGINGS,

TO BE LET. in the best part GRAFTONSTREET, consisting of two large Drawing Rooms, four Bed Rooms, Kitchen end Coal Vault, either toge. ther or separately. Apply at No, 90, Grafton-street.
5 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FQUKIGM AND BRITISH WAREROOMS, 16, GRAFTON STREET. UNDERWOOD & CO, RESPECTFULLY announce having tins Day imported from Lyons, St, Etienne

FQUKIGM AND BRITISH WAREROOMS, 16, GRAFTON STREET. UNDERWOOD & CO, RESPECTFULLY announce having tins Day imported from Lyons, St, Etienne

and London, eleven Cases, the commencement their Winter Supply, comprising rich variety of the most novel Colours and superior Fabrics, in Armures, Braziliennes, Gros ties Indes, and Gros de Naples, Thibet, Bengal, and Norwich Shawls, BLACK VEILS IN THE NEWEST PATTERNS, Plain an
5 November 1827 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland