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BATHING LODGE

BATHING LODGE

be let fiirnlftied, to the firft of November, with eoach-houfe and liable for five horfes, the well elegant houfe, belonging to Sir Boyle Roche, Newtown Avenue, Black Rock—there is a paffage from the lawn that opens into the bath-—a perlon attends the hAife to Ihew it—for terms,
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN EXTENSIVE DISTILLERY.

AN EXTENSIVE DISTILLERY.

EXTENSIVE DISTILLERY. T© fold order of the affignees of Bernard Gofs> bankreot, the leafe the houfe, 10, homas-llreet, with the annexed eitenflve premiles, a complete diftillery, new malt mill, and every other neceffary appendage and ntenfil in perfect working order—jcol. and upw
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

TNew houfe Leefon ftrcct, built in the firft ftyle, fit for a nobleman or gentleman fortune, fortyfix feet in the clear the ground from front to rere 306 feet deep. Application to MciT. Heard and Duun, No. 15, Anglefca*fi:rcet. TO BE LET WITHOUT A FINE, A Houle Ctuatud the ft pa
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

A Large yard, that may ftore 4000 tons Coals. Inquire No. 80, Sir John Rogerfon’s-quay. It would anfwer either for deals or timber, with convenioot gateway backwards, and in front to the quay. COUNTY DUBLIN, TO lot, for fuch of year* or lives as Ihall be agreed on, part the land
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/■ .1 i Vo Bt mV ofc set-*,

/■ .1 i Vo Bt mV ofc set-*,

.1 mV set-*, IH the whole or in jSarcris, the lands Baltyron»n, Tifoate within about half a mile of Newtown I Kctmady, in the county of Wicklow. They contain about 6t acres of ground, the higheft ftate cultivation; are on one fide General Cnnnlnghatr s beautiful demeffle, and com
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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WINDSOR.

WINDSOR.

'T'Obe fold and entered upon immediately, Windfor, near Black Rock, late in the occupation Edward Whitten, Efq. deceafed, containing near 30 acres, held for lives renewable for ever —there is excellent houfe, with every fuitable office on the premifes, in complete repair, with a
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY or DUBLW.

COUNTY or DUBLW.

COUNTY DUBLW. TO let or fold, one hur '.red acres of the lands of Newtown, either i« the whole or in parcels.- It was lately held John Garnett, Efq. is four miles from Dublin, two from Finglas. Propolals to be received by M. Kavenagh, Efq. No. I, Gardiner’s-ftreet; and in writing
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A CHEAP COUNTRY HOUSE.

A CHEAP COUNTRY HOUSE.

TO be let for the feafon, or bythe year, the firft honfe on the left hand fide Drumcondra Road, few perches beyond the two-mile ftone, with every nsceffary office, and the ufe of a large garden, completely cropped ; with few acres of ground, if required, for a delightful profpef
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIDE S TR EE I S

WIDE S TR EE I S

’HE COMMISSIONERS for iti'akitvjr Wide and G*. venient. Streets in the City of Dublin, give that they will Monday fhe 19 of Angnft it a, Royal Exchange Coffee-room, precifely at the hourots, in the afternoon, proceed to let public An£ion,toi ( higheft bidder, for lives renewable
August 3, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOST OR. STOI-EN,

LOST OR. STOI-EN,

Wednefday evening, about nine o’clock, off a }»«' mg car, one gentleman’s, and two ladies gr«at coa.s, .tween Britain-ilrcct and the College—one guinea rew.r will given for them. Apply to Mr. Adams, taylot, Britain-ftreet. TO BE SOLD, At Park Place, near Sword*, THE grafs of tbi
August 9, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland