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SILK BUSINESS.

SILK BUSINESS.

Iclalt. Houle, of in th« above c inuft write pretty [■ *i‘»e of book-keeping. lone but person the above Icttc* (Silk) at the Pii i*-. frect, Houfc, the lowec letter to B. J. the :• active intelligent young .icxions, who writes a fair ;!<r. of acconnts, and a perfect Hour hnfinef
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By the 1 oidtLieutebant and Council of Ireland A PROCLAMATION.

By the 1 oidtLieutebant and Council of Ireland A PROCLAMATION.

HARDWICKE. ' it hath been certified to ns, the De> VV puty Clerk of the Crown for the Home Circuit, 'tat at General Affixes held in and for the Queen's counq the 13th day of Augull laft, a bill indictment was fecund againft Daniel Haggarty, late of Mounthail, in tk fud county; J
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CIVIL EMPLOYMENT

CIVIL EMPLOYMENT

FROM tool, to 300!. will be oiren to any Lady Gentleman, who can procure few the AMVertitcr adequate Civil Employment. The drifted honour ar.f-lecrecy oblerrrd if required. Dircft under cover tx> T. 1 . at the Printer's. An Apprentice wanted, the prokffion an AV oroey. Inquire t
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
3lmp{)itljeatrc PEfERSTREET. The Laft Night but One of the prefect Performances FIFTH CHAN.IK OF KNTKRTAINMF.NTS. Extraordinary Feats Activity, not to.be

3lmp{)itljeatrc PEfERSTREET. The Laft Night but One of the prefect Performances FIFTH CHAN.IK OF KNTKRTAINMF.NTS. Extraordinary Feats Activity, not to.be

ccpi lie I the World, afliiUd tor lew evenings the- I'lrpriUng p c- A.rmanccs Mr. IRKI.ANI), who has bis at IVlfall for few days. IHIS Evening Friday, ilt January. Tight Rope Dancing by the aitonilhiuy Po.illi Olympian—the'wond.iful performances of Mynheer Ducrow, t.ic aflunilhi
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DROPPED, yufterky, a Eillfor ill. 18s. iCjJ. drawn by Mr. Dillon, Aunjjier-ftrect, in favour Jona* Orccne, Etq. and endordd by

DROPPED, yufterky, a Eillfor ill. 18s. iCjJ. drawn by Mr. Dillon, Aunjjier-ftrect, in favour Jona* Orccne, Etq. and endordd by

him, with John Luiagan, Lawrence Flanagan, with four one pound s. Whoever has found laid bill and notes, aud will bring them to Peter Ceiiihth, it). South King-llrect, fliaU receive one guinea reward. 8
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALSAM O!

BALSAM O!

Medicine far (operior curin'- the moil \*iolcnt has b. a moil fovereign the Lungs, and this b:c eminen —ln obllinate Coughs, atflictii g tlagc of Contiu has neser been known to Prepared fir R. * Mellrs. Spillbury and Co. Patliameiit-llreet, bottles died Horehound, in Boats EORJJ
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KUCI‘ 1 O N s

KUCI‘ 1 O N s

1 ?*latter of Thonti.O fold hy auffion, 'ims bankrupt. L Friday, 15th day ; [unnry next, the Royal jnjre, DuSlin, '.vet! ‘ccure.l annuity of 100 guineas life of. the Bankrupt, an.l payable in I.ondon ; fa.i Bankrupt’s iutcreW in the Ho.ife, No. 46, Ca3eof w’ai.-h there are years
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONGFORD ROYAL hi AIL COAUL THE Public are rclpertfully informed, that the Longfold Royal ivlail Coach, will from and a‘ter

LONGFORD ROYAL hi AIL COAUL THE Public are rclpertfully informed, that the Longfold Royal ivlail Coach, will from and a‘ter

Tuelday, the 5111 Hunt, Hart from the Mad Coach Office, at the JScKart Hotel. Capcl-Hreet, (which is now commodioarty atted up for the reception of Paflengers) inftend of the Otiice in Dawlbn-ltrect. Particulars of the rates of fare, &c. to had the Office. %* The Proprietors wil
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE FASHIONABLE WORL».

TO THE FASHIONABLE WORL».

CORRECT IMITATION OF NATURE. THE ONLY FANCY WIG WARE-HOUSE IN IRELAND, No. 4, COPE-S TREET. NORTH, moft refpeflfolly acquaints the Nobility, his Friends and the Public, that he has jnft returned from London and Bath, and has brought of all the iateft new folhioa Perukes now wore
January 1, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland