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ADIEU! Hew hateful sounds the dreiJ Adieu When fneuds are f reed to part; How does that doleful word ten-w

ADIEU! Hew hateful sounds the dreiJ Adieu When fneuds are f reed to part; How does that doleful word ten-w

Each'pang that rends the heart! And yet —how oft life’s dull round. As sad journey on— Dees that nrwrelcome. ch*er!«j sound, Remind of p'easures gone And yet, w!t’» what delicious pain Ones love view The fond embrace—the parting strain— The last, the sad Adieu! Tor ever at the s
March 25, 1811 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NF.W TE AS CLOVER SEED. GFORGE LAE'GIRT CO. AV£ r?cciwd, p-r Donegall, from LONDON, .1 I rrge Asti rtnicnt Teas,

NF.W TE AS CLOVER SEED. GFORGE LAE'GIRT CO. AV£ r?cciwd, p-r Donegall, from LONDON, .1 I rrge Asti rtnicnt Teas,

and Acu Red ( 'h'Cer-yced, FOR «Ate; ALSO, East Kent Hops, Russian Tallow, Ameruan Pot end Pearl Aslset, Alicante B iritla, lile.srhers' '■malts, Omln. I.’ idler, Upland Georgia Collon-fTool. Bcllesc, March 15.
March 25, 1811 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1818.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1818.

formerly lay in garret, and ate their meals at the very humble rate of sous per head. Now they have whole house, and give • dinners to their friends. Peers of FranOe not disdain to sit at their table; they even enjoy the smile of beauty, for M. Comte, that fierce republican, fou
February 18, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

By virtue of his Majesty’s Writ of Fieri Facias In this the Sheriffs of the County of tbe City of Dublin, At their Office, in Morgm-place. On THURSDAY, the 26tb day of FEB. instant, st the hour of one o'clock in die afternoon. James Fulton, Plaintiff, MaMha Finlay, Administratri
February 18, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION,

WANTS A SITUATION,

WANTS SITUATION, As Clerk, HAS (reed accustomed the Wine and (Spirit Tnde • has no objection in assisting in Hottiina ,| ning of Wine, Ac. Undeniable rebareaccs can giv.s to honesty, subrietr, ar.d steadiness. Letters addressed to A. j. at, the Office of Saunders News-Letter, wil
February 18, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET SOLD^ Between Rathgnr-Lane ami R»thfarnhara> Bridge, Large convenient, new Dwelling-houte, consisting df two parlours, drawing-room, four bed-chambers,

TO BE LET SOLD^ Between Rathgnr-Lane ami R»thfarnhara> Bridge, Large convenient, new Dwelling-houte, consisting df two parlours, drawing-room, four bed-chambers,

a large kitchen, and several other apartments, with good outoffices, good garden, shrubbery, and large field, all well enclosed. Lease for aver,—For Particulars inquire at 113, Stfpben’s-green. - s
February 18, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARIS PA

PARIS PA

OF THE .M The 26th of Dec. 1818, wi grief to tlte Spanish Monarchy ; Queen, gifted with all the mosi Queen who was once the or and a pattern of domestic virtui Towardsnine o', lock the Mthilst conversing with several ] hold, was suddenly seized wit two or three minutes. Hi turne
January 12, 1819 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
.tCCiJOX 0J- BeinlLLAi EDWARD CHORER. WILL Auction, on 'lliurvlay, November (be 9th, 1815, at on-- o'Clock, at bis Stores; Na.

.tCCiJOX 0J- BeinlLLAi EDWARD CHORER. WILL Auction, on 'lliurvlay, November (be 9th, 1815, at on-- o'Clock, at bis Stores; Na.

10, Dorsct-street, hales Barilla. WM. HONE. Broker. Tie above Sale will be well worth the attention tfad Trade, as the whole must be sold without reserve. Ms. CHOKER the following Goods on whi, h he will Sell fair Terras : Raisins Grapes. Figs, Or. bg.-s, and laihons, Wines «.f
November 7, 1815 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION, As Gardener, or Gardener and Steward,

WANTS A SITUATION, As Gardener, or Gardener and Steward,

A Steady active Man. understands the modem mode of Agriculture, Ac. 4c. and perfectly ■ndavstands Gardening in its various b anehca, writes legible band, mid kaepa regular aceounte; hb character will bear the slrieicm investigation for abslMaa and good conduct, tut which rafarcn
November 7, 1815 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

IA-t, • House in iiusi and the only known in iU line in Dublin, porter and spirit vessel* will be left valuation, it requested - that none (excel* those who* mean purchase) will give trouble by calling.— Inquire' IX. Craropton-Court. £5- Lunch or Snacks as usual. TO BE LET FOR T
May 16, 1814 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland