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vifiting their Friends :he Wcflcrn Frontiers, may join the Army not far from Charleftown. The Fleet arrived the nth North Edith), the fame Day the General, with the Grenadiers and Light Infantry, landed, and the whole Army, the Day following, on John’s
May 3, 1780 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFA H L E

AFA H L E

Rake, Chrillian, Dupe, Gamllr', ami Poet I'htx/gh Mixture odd, l;c merit F-ttie. And; amwrgit other Mortals, be Name When Edith tins lirargc Meteor (hail apue*ti. ou, 11 fetch him— tr»abo us Sjio: here. T.ia HAPPY MO N ARC H. THE Prince, wlwfe W’ors arc
January 29, 1781 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A YOUNG WOMAN,

A YOUNG WOMAN,

, the Nature and Amount the Sumt diie, the Rev. Richard Browne and John Thtwles, totli of the city of DiibUn, ar.J Jof Me edith, of Cloumaliane, cuuniv Sligo, fo; T'utters to the (aid James Nicholfon and Jamet Al'Donagh, of Sligo - ,' Efqj agent to Paid
July 19, 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN.

DUBLIN.

'* By one of the Articles of this new Law, it was enacted, that within four Months there fhould made Code of our political Edith, containing ail the Laws which the Ariftocracy had not thought fit abrogate. This Code, which was brought Yederday to the general
April 11, 1783 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE NOBILITY sr.d GENTRY.

TO THE NOBILITY sr.d GENTRY.

Atcock, Premi“J®*; ,;d Divjfion, Carrol, fen. ar.d Burrowes jun.— Wsrraphy, Chrtchley and Ball lecur.dus. —Drawing, "SidajxJ Me edith.— Writing, Reid, Chritchley, Bell, **ut(,n, Rowl y, Ajcock. Pro'pcifl, Dec. io, 1786. B. Vacation will terminate the of January
December 27, 1786 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WC the 6r*n<! Jury pf the Dubl’n, chaelmas Term, 1786, think would be much willing r Attention th« Welfare of

WC the 6r*n<! Jury pf the Dubl’n, chaelmas Term, 1786, think would be much willing r Attention th« Welfare of

Medal; Cummin and Alcock, Premi*aH: Divifioo, Carrol, fen. and Bunowes jun.— Chritchley and Ball fecundus.—Drawing, t'J and Me edith.— Writing, Reid, Chritchley, Bell, *•<’o, Rowley, and Alcock. Profpedf, Dec. 10, 1786. «• B. Vacation will terminate the 20th
December 28, 1786 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HAC P E, Augvft 10.

HAC P E, Augvft 10.

the Ailembly theu p- Aurufl 9. The Parliament Paris fit on and entered on their J i :rntilsa 1 Tina! protcll again ft the Edith ft the Stamp Tax. Ipectfv.eg, Thar it had been regiftered the day before, by tlte exprefs'Command of the King, againr.'the
August 21, 1787 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Saunders s News-Letter and Daily .

Saunders s News-Letter and Daily .

Hunter, and Backhoufe, a Committee .-half of the merchants and underwriters, had ference with Lord Grenville on the iubjeff of Edith veffeis captured the French cruizers becarriel into the ports of North America, and t';,sre condemned before the Confular Tribunals
December 13, 1793 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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t > - i- I 1 la. I i» .st* taken t>U«, affcrted tV.at 1 only a blank in the

Chefltirc, at the feat Maut itc Keatinge, Elq, M. P. ihfc lion. Coull'on Wallop, member for Andover, to IMifs Keatinge. —At Edith Weflon, Rutland, Mr. John Hill, aged Ba, to Mrs. Hole, the buxom Iloftefs of the Red Hart, aged 63.— Charles Bury, of Sackv
April 12, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lot THE LAST WEEK. arrived.

lot THE LAST WEEK. arrived.

of his friends, he scrupulously kept it till his '■ inst. in Dublin, Captain Skottowe, the -Wth regt. "> Kevin-street, Miss Edith Good. board His Majesty’s ship Phoenix, Lieutenant .Henry Jn * the Royal Marines, in consequence the .t the gallant but bloody
November 18, 1805 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland