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FARMS.

FARMS.

l be LET, from March next, for fuch term as maybe agreed on, either in two cr altogethcr, about 77A. of the Lands of KILTEHNAN, at the mile ftone from Dublin, Scaip-road—They arc good for grazing, meadow, or tillage, well divided, and capable of being watered; fome good cabins o
February 11, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
unc his snticip: rejcifio evade whic was, th. as a G< fituatior cheerful Sir A. The the flat under fti

unc his snticip: rejcifio evade whic was, th. as a G< fituatior cheerful Sir A. The the flat under fti

f-tuatio: wing with the ad vi pofiible, cimducl fervice f fcmctlm tiou; taluiy n’ I.ord Hon. Ba His Hon being uf made fo ntcelTari Refoiutii euce hai deprive bation withdras riod, th, com from dec the cnen obtai tcertainly particula while th prove th always p: lef. bind bis own
February 11, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
P'ALUABLE INSTIiUTIOI-k

P'ALUABLE INSTIiUTIOI-k

Amon*ft the many excellent iufti tut lons fnppoxttd in this city, public private charity, there cannot be found one with ftrong-cr claims thc North, West Dispensak y.— T)uring the four years that have ela.pfcd it» cftablifhntent, more thaii thietf.em thousano poorperfons have re
February 11, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUNDAY next the Rth of JUNE,

SUNDAY next the Rth of JUNE,

SUNDAY next the of JUNE, When a Setmon wll b.e preached in St. Bride's Church, the Rev. W'M. ANNFSLEY, A. li, For the lupport of the Weavers’ Boys,tlie diftrcfTed Manufaffurers.'-.re clothed and educated, and when properly qualified, apprenticed to uleful trades.—This School othe
June 5, 1806 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A PARTNER

A PARTNER

PARTNER W ANTED,who underftands the bottled wine, cider, and porter bulinefs, and who can advance from SOOI. to 5001. and will take an aflive part therein, will eligible partner, addreding line to F. S. the Printer’s. wanted, a active young man,who undeillands the above buiinels.
June 5, 1806 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CELEBRATED TUITION,

CELEBRATED TUITION,

AS Governefs attend a family few days the week, to ruff finifh the education of young Ladies —an F.nglilh Lady of rcfpcclability, who can refer to the fird families attends, undertakes to indrufl mulic fcieutifically, with thorough bafs, dancing, with attitudes, in a llyle of un
June 5, 1806 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELY PLACE.

ELY PLACE.

TO be fold the interoft the leafe a houfc Ely Place, held by leafe for ever, fulijccl only to the fmall yearly rent 501. and peppcr-corn renewal fine. The purcliafcr has not expend the concerns which' may viewed from 11 to o’clock.—Taxes about 10)..— Alio to fold, the houfe the
June 5, 1806 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i 7 56 arrived <»e BriUft Packet. .W* the following advices. LONDON. Jw«-v *• riTIVOISIER, the Meffenger, R- CU l

i 7 56 arrived <»e BriUft Packet. .W* the following advices. LONDON. Jw«-v *• riTIVOISIER, the Meffenger, R- CU l

frosi Boulogne with difulAheCjme out of Boulogne yeftetdayu. pitches- on board the Cly«k» I e Owen feat him in alight from whence Com he landed , he fet off vctfel to Deo - f or London. . . in » confidcrable flaftuotionin There was ye to B£, the Funds. eclcnfion was not the and.
July 8, 1806 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■ . Sign dby Older, CHAS. WALSH, cik.of tße -Vi!J ANSWER.

■ . Sign dby Older, CHAS. WALSH, cik.of tße -Vi!J ANSWER.

■ . Sign Older, CHAS. WALSH, cik.of -Vi!J ANSWER. Gentlemen, TO be thu» comforted under my misfirttmes be highly gratified by. the good wi.'. moftrefpeftabie Corporation, a mail; that I am unable fufficieijcly to axprefs rar '■ your kindncfs. In the plain language •( .aHor, I you
November 17, 1804 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITTLE THEATRE, CAPF.L-STRKET. RATIONAL AMUSEMENT. MR. DE PHILIPSTHaL begs leare to inform the nobility, gentry, and public this city, that

LITTLE THEATRE, CAPF.L-STRKET. RATIONAL AMUSEMENT. MR. DE PHILIPSTHaL begs leare to inform the nobility, gentry, and public this city, that

intends in a few days to open his Philofophical and Me* chanical Exhibition, with a variety of new and interelting objects, the principal of which are connected with moft important and an entirely new difeovery. Its nature and general utility Mr. Pliilipfthal will hare the honou
November 17, 1804 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland