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the Gentlemen, Clergy, Freeholders of the county cj Wexford. gentlemen, . •» . have choferi me Third time your Repre]L

the Gentlemen, Clergy, Freeholders of the county cj Wexford. gentlemen, . •» . have choferi me Third time your Repre]L

lentafb Parliament, your unanimems voice. *< 1 . though caimot futfieicntly eitprefs, the obligations I owe you. reprefent, adctiaatelr, county distinguidied its numerous and refpectab Gentry, its opuleutaud enterprizittg Merchants, and its civipicdandindu>'tfious Veomanry, is a
17 August 1797 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AR M Y

AR M Y

SEVERAL Majorities Cavalry and Infantry, Troops, Companies, lieutenancies, Cornctcies and En- Sgncics, to be c’ifpofcd of.—Exchanges to trade from regiments at home.' and to regiments abroad. Application letter poll paid, to Mr. Nowlan, 38, Grafton-ftrcct, who wants an Exchange
17 August 1797 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Militia getilled line of c its vi thfir kind All for thi King's Cc they to their moft an total

Militia getilled line of c its vi thfir kind All for thi King's Cc they to their moft an total

fentiment livdldl ir are nn!>ai and trufl "liich it fcdantrv King’s Co KWa. DOl Arafiron *‘*cir hum tile Privat o! C thrmfclve die 1.01 are fatisi tween ted. th happy in diets ten 1 the ha cc’- ps, and • cat plea d'-cl th T, Cap. N- R. ' P 1 lonw laiughrea ’lieu tl !«'ers,a„ ta.
17 August 1797 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. IXJNGFORD.

CO. IXJNGFORD.

WHEREAS, on the night of Monday the May in'l- the -ms pri'oncr* ctfec.t< their tfcjpt out of the gaol LoNcroßD, cutting the iron ;iat» window 1:1 the rear of laid gaol and faftning flicet* tojethir, kt tkctafelvcs down into the gaol ird—Roger Farr cl, under rule of tranfportatio
9 June 1796 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TREASURY CHAMBERS—March a, 1797. in purfuancc of a Refoiution of the Houfe Commons the Rt.Hon. Thomas Pelham has given Notice,

TREASURY CHAMBERS—March a, 1797. in purfuancc of a Refoiution of the Houfe Commons the Rt.Hon. Thomas Pelham has given Notice,

That for every 921. that fliall be paid into his Majefly’s Treafury by any perfen, Treafury Bill for tool, bearing interefl of 51. per cent, per annum will be given, to be repaid at the receipt his Majefty’s Exche“ quer in five years from the date bill; and for every 461. fo fub
9 March 1797 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCHOOL OF PHYSIC ILL IRELAND.

SCHOOL OF PHYSIC ILL IRELAND.

SCHOOL PHYSIC ILL IRELAND. THE MEDICAL LECTURES the Fro. fefitirs will commence Monday, November 6, 1797, in Trinity-CplUge, Dublin. \On Materia Medica and") .... .11 Dr. Cullen s >'i iarmacv at Nine o clock. ~ , the In dilutes of Me- b . ., Dr. Bovton s dicine at Eleven. Dr/CtEG
19 October 1797 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW COINAGE

NEW COINAGE

Mr. WILBERFORCE BIRD laid, that roie ior the pur pole moving for leave to bring in bill to continue the aft palled feffion, for fufpending the afts of the 15th and 17th Geo. 111. Mu'; preliminary to his motion, he to be informed, by the Chancello? of the Exchequer, of feme fafts
25 November 1797 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS MU T e

THOMAS MU T e

THOMAS MU [ 'ram an American Paper. XQUALIJV. LIBERTY. FUF-KCH REPUBLIC. The Agents of the Executive Direflory, to hi Excellency the Governor of the Havannab. , SIR |i *4 The which nrefents itfclf being ufeful, anJ rendeiing to a' me our nations, furnifhes.us that of claiming fro
25 November 1797 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A» M Y

A» M Y

M Y A Lieutenant Colonelcy foot, feveral Majorititii, with Troops and Companies, Lieutenancies, tt'ormteies aud Enfigncics lit foUi.—A number eieliang«* to made. Apply (or Letters pod paid) to Mr. N. Sherlock, No. 7, HamiltonVrow, Dublin.
18 July 1797 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
pari:—srrT. 2.

pari:—srrT. 2.

Tire vhicii h*:, I<> long pervaded the policy the powers Europe begins be ped. A corner of t!ic curtain i-. draw nup and d feover in the k c>f tiie theatre tiie imj.-ort.mt events t!>ar arij the eve rf happenirq. According to the l advices from Germany the Andrians have taken R.
17 September 1796 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland