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THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES.

THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES.

We lay before our Readers the following extract from a discourse, delivered in Edinburgh a short time ago, by the Rev. Archibald Alison. This truly eloquent preacher and excellent man, after describing the and exhibited to surrounding nations, but alas without effect, calls on B
December 30, 1809 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LANDS BE SOLD, the County of Armagh. hand*nmely JL situated in a populous Country, adjacent to the best market Towns

LANDS BE SOLD, the County of Armagh. hand*nmely JL situated in a populous Country, adjacent to the best market Towns

in said County. The Premises are held for Tires, renewable, at Pepper Corn Fine; are set to Tenants Will, a moderate Rent,,and yield a well paid Profit Rent of =£2oo a-year. Application to made to JAMES TRF.WMAN BELL, No. 20, Brunswick-street, Dublin, if by letters (post-paid),
December 30, 1809 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

nPHE PartninsuiF 'r«Aoe carried hy ih« I»te Ro** r Sen. jmd Robert Geumile., Jun. Cotlon-monm, under the lirm ROBE ill OHIVIMIM Senior ami Junior, having been di«olved the death of the late Mr. Gemmill, the survtvin>; Partner, Ruberr Ormmill, Jun. has since been engaged in windi
December 30, 1809 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOST DESIRABLE SITUATION. TO LET SOLI), THE LODO E FARM, NOW IN Tlte POSSESSION OP MSS. M*M ECII.A CONTAINING about

MOST DESIRABLE SITUATION. TO LET SOLI), THE LODO E FARM, NOW IN Tlte POSSESSION OP MSS. M*M ECII.A CONTAINING about

Seven and one Half Acres, Irish Plantation Measure., The Dwelling-house neat and commodious, uaid has every requisite Office-house for Person wishing to have a comfortable Country Residence. Tlie Land is all in Meadow (and has been highly Manured last Season), the Garden, which
December 30, 1809 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
of T;urjavy * ; jv will begin precifely at twelve o’clock, and Dinner able at tour.

of T;urjavy * ; jv will begin precifely at twelve o’clock, and Dinner able at tour.

* ; jv will begin precifely at twelve o’clock, and Dinner able tour. Bv order, CHRIST. MURPHY, Secretary., Dec. 26, 1809. * ROSCOMMON HUNT. ’HI' Members will Din<? at Mrlrennan’s, on X Monday, the clay of January, 1810, OXTonnor, Efq. the Chair. will the table 5 o’clock. •( 1 lo'
December 30, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIEUTENANT-COL OK EL KEATING.

LIEUTENANT-COL OK EL KEATING.

LlCutenant Co!o;ltl Henry Keating, x^^rs2s?sr^%: f nT 0r . 10US ° fficer - 3,1 friend of 'V; Lieutenant Colonel i-»« ■ i thein the underligncd Official Let P tcr - mand in ob O i oj Con manding Officer of the Forces, forwarding you ffidld ?nT rdl ?| dCrS Under th wherein Rand fo
December 30, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

f ’HE fevenl Holders of -Bills, drawn by Robert Av LM..11, Llq- on Owkn Hussey, of Capel-ftf. Dublin, rrr earn ■.file rctiutltcd to attend at his houfc, on Sunday next, the Sift inftant, at twelve o’clock, whcnafull ftatement ci his aftairs will laid before them, and a mode fubm
December 30, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
N 0 P S.

N 0 P S.

N 0 S. AURENCE CARTEN, has for fale, a large parcel of different growth, which he will fell remarkably low, at 31. per cvvt. and upwards, according to quality, with long credit on approved bills. Country Brewers Will great .encouragement—their orders immediately difpatched. A!f<>
December 30, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA. the Preside Errs MtssJGE.

AMERICA. the Preside Errs MtssJGE.

• Feilrw Citizens tf the Stnafe and Houft of Refrrfcnlatmes, _ , At the period of our laft meeting, I had the fatisfadfion of communicating an adjuftment with one of the principal Beliig rent Natioa», highly important in itfelf, and ftill more fo, as prefaging a more extended ac
December 30, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VINEGAR MANUFACTORY, 64, James’s-street. T3AUL ANDERSON and CO. refpeflfully inform their Friends and the Public, that they have now hands,

VINEGAR MANUFACTORY, 64, James’s-street. T3AUL ANDERSON and CO. refpeflfully inform their Friends and the Public, that they have now hands,

a moft extenfive Stock of STRONG PICKLING VINEGAR, Manufa&urcd from laft year’s Fruit, which they Will engage, for Strength and Flavor, fuperior to any other in this Kingdom, and which they will difpofe of or the molt reafonable terms. A liberal Credit will given to Wholefale Pu
December 30, 1809 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland