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WEDNESDAY, May 19, 1784

WEDNESDAY, May 19, 1784

WEDNESDAY, May 19, It is reported that the different banking-houfcs expect to receive no lei's than to the amount 1 livres tournois, in hard piallcrs by tlu* mules now their journey from Cadiz. There is an ablohite overflow of cafii here, as well Bourdeaux and Marfeiiles it is on
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KNIGHTS OF TARA.

KNIGHTS OF TARA.

AS their Graces the Duke and Dutchess iand have been pleafed to appoint Thurfday next, the zeth of May, for the Exhibition of the Knight* Tara, at the Theatre Royal, Smock-alley, the fame will commence at the Hour of One o'clock. And the Committee appointed to lupenutend the Dif
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

fty Order the Aflignees of Thomas Kirwan, a Bankrupt, his W'archoufcs in Ufhcr's-ftrect, On Thiirfday the lid May, 1784, twelve o’Clock, great Variety of DYE STUFFS, confiftmg of upwards fifty Calks of ground and rafped Logwood, Fuftick, Redwood, Peachwood, Guinea Redwood, Brazi
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE

NOTICE

ALL Perform indebted to the Eftate of the late Luke Savage, are requefted to fend Payment of their fcveral Debts his Son and Succeffor Andrew Savage, No. ii, ParSiamcnt-ftreet, Dublin. ANDREW SAVAGE, Hatter, and Lace-man, No. n. Parliament ftreet, SON and Succeflbr to the late M
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

BE SOLD, A SWEET TONED HARPSICORD, for eight Guineas. feen Mr. Wolfeley’s, No. 33, College. N. B. Application mud made immediately, the Gentleman who owns the Harpficord will leave Town next Monday. May T9, 1784.
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SE T,

TO BE SE T,

OR the Interefl in the to be fold, of a new well built Houfe, with every necelfiuy Office, large Garden, and about twenty Acres of Meadow, on the rifing Ground near Clondaikin, three and Half M from Dublin, one Quarter from the Grand Canal, and two from Lucan Spa. For Particular
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WRI TING and ACCOMPTS TAUGHT

WRI TING and ACCOMPTS TAUGHT

A MAN of unexceptionable Character in this City, has had the Honour of teaching and Accompts, after the moll eoncifc and approved Method, in fume of the firft Families in this Kingdom, to attend Pupils privately, ufual ; his SucceL will be fatisfaftorily warranted by many refped
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIET AND LODGING,

DIET AND LODGING,

AT BONNYBROOK, near Coslock, three Miles and a Half from Dublin, two from the Sea, ami in the Walk the Penny Poft, moll pleaftng Situation, and the Air remarkably fine, at one Guinea each per Week. Lodgers to provide Wine, Tea, Sugar, and Towels. Thellricltft Care lhall be obfer
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOLDEN PIP IN CIDFR

GOLDEN PIP IN CIDFR

The NOBILITY, GENTRY, and PUBLIC, ARE refpedlfully informed, thaf the Plate for buying fuperfine Teas, Suoaks, ate- i! HYLAND and CO.’s Ware-houfe, No. a?, Caftleftreet, adjoining Meff. Bank, SurtRPiMK Evening Tea, p« 11 Superfine Breakfast ditto, 6 6 liittt' All other Teas, Sug
May 19, 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland