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HIGH WATER, DURLIN-BAR, THIS DAV. M H. M. H. 19 5 j Evening 53 5

HIGH WATER, DURLIN-BAR, THIS DAV. M H. M. H. 19 5 j Evening 53 5

HIGH WATER, DURLIN-BAR, THIS M H. M. H. 19 5 j Evening 53 5 Mormn LETTER-CARRIERS’ OFFICE Delivery of Irish Letters finished on the 4th Instant, .40 min. after 10, a* m.
6 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAN OF TON; A SATIRE.

THE MAN OF TON; A SATIRE.

Jack is a fine handsome fellow, with *a bold front and open countenance; ami Selina, a sweet, young, lovely creature, and as yet innocent, li lt is wedded to a brute a husband, takes an interest in him. Jack meets Selina al a fete cltampetre by the river’s side—that splendid one
14 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLYHEAD MAIL.

HOLYHEAD MAIL.

aaaivxn LONDON, JUNE 21. The Duke of Wellington arrived in town yesterday morning from the Royal Lodge, Windsor ftrk. His Grace afterwards proceeded to the Treasury, and transacted business in the course uf the day with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Duke of Northumberland, t
24 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROM AM CATHOLIC MEETING.

ROM AM CATHOLIC MEETING.

A Meeting of Roman Catholics look place yesterday at the Corn Exchange, for the purpose of making arrangements with respect to the approaching election for the county of Clare. The Chair was taken at four o’clock, by Mr. Dillon, After which the advertisement calling the meeting
24 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVED FROM

ARRIVED FROM

Caernarvon SAILED FOa Wexford
25 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
w.ra blow. Hi, *as not alllikely . ven u, SO, he was quite a peaceable roan. The witness here handed

w.ra blow. Hi, *as not alllikely . ven u, SO, he was quite a peaceable roan. The witness here handed

in the fo “?*' from a gentleman who had witnessed the J would, if necessary, come forward with h.s te Dwr°a?—lti» with the deepest concern I hare reed vour note conveying the tnetocholy tntell'^nce^ unmerited on bis ,s . M „ n trv »Ki« .. z »b... y„„r“ “* ""“’ft"”. and having /A
20 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
s I,:- honor*d with very exalted patronage, bat «po« ble re far W ecrct^y . circumstance* an imperative nature havepreacceptance

s I,:- honor*d with very exalted patronage, bat «po« ble re far W ecrct^y . circumstance* an imperative nature havepreacceptance

tlie office Colonial Secretary. aUendance . We are happy, however, to iearo.ibai the fund will not be decreased inconsequence. The box sheet is filled wiih names of the highest rank, and a very full and fashionable audience anticipated. *** A Deputation of ihft Irisl. and Scotch
19 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HA RTF I ELD, NEAR DRUMCONDRA.

HA RTF I ELD, NEAR DRUMCONDRA.

RTF ELD, NEAR DRUMCONDRA. LET, unfurnished, partly furnished, for JL such time as may he agreed upon, the whole or part of Hahtfield House, Consisting of Parlours, J)ra.sing-rooms, Red-rooms, Kitchens, CViUr, Larder and P.mfry, with Laundry, Dairy, Coach houses, Stahks, Cow-house
19 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ca inti ages for sale.

ca inti ages for sale.

A Barouche in the most perfect repair, with front seat, and Collinge'spatent axle ; does not require one shilling to be expended on it; also, remarkably handsome elegant Phaeton, with shafts, bars and poles for one, or a pair of Horses, with Collinge s patent axle, moveable head
19 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTOItNIES’ EXPENSES

ATTOItNIES’ EXPENSES

The Royal Irish Insurance Company, v. Henry Staines. In this case, Mr. Staines had applied the Court, that the taxing officers should allow him three guineas a day, for attending a record for the company in the city of Cork, and the prothonotaries of the Court had certified that
28 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland