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A COMPLETE JJISTJLLTRr,

A COMPLETE JJISTJLLTRr,

COMPLETE JJISTJLLTRr, r rO LE T, for term yrais, id the town and vnrly aJjoiV-n-th? county Carlow. The .ire al! .nv’ete, having been creeled within tl etc few nionliis—the Still too gallons, Coudenfer, and Vann,-on belt .--.reeahle the prefect approved m*dc woikirj?: „i. oversow
19 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MERRICK i.O!X’E ACAL'EMY.

MERRICK i.O!X’E ACAL'EMY.

MERRICK ACAL'EMY. opens Monday, the inftnnt.— VoiiDp CJcntlemcp, ufu:i*, arc prepared for the U:il verity liufintls with ’.cc ami cxpcclitiiTi, which Mr. Whitt i*, d., having liclidays or Vacation (except the year. 'Hie very .althy, having the advantage of fca-bathing, >vith ’r.f
19 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REWARD.

REWARD.

night of the 25th, or early ▼ * in the morning of the 26th November laft, the welllng-houfe of Lambert, of Aggard, the c». of Galway, Elq. was wilfully and lylonloufly fet fire to, feme evil-minded per fen or whi h not only the entire the was confumed, but a very confidcrable pa
19 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. WICKLOW.

CO. WICKLOW.

~PO LET, from the 25th of March, ISO 4, for inch term as may be agreed upon, iir divifions from 20 to acres, the lands COOuNAKLi.LY, confilling of acres, lying within three of Wicklow and Five of Rathdrum.—There is dream running through the grounds, which it is foppoled may appl
19 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
-j I —Uuliiiii i IS',.), —On, lid 1).. MAIL. Builetin of yelterday ucen’s P:.Uacc, March 18, 1804. y continues recover,

-j I —Uuliiiii i IS',.), —On, lid 1).. MAIL. Builetin of yelterday ucen’s P:.Uacc, March 18, 1804. y continues recover,

f Stoned as before.) s Eullelln follows : The folio win His i\j(t \RCH 19. This M. ' -V March 19, r?oj. \atcr:iilh . fjr cith’i.i/rc’ii (Signal .rtf.) The Lc rd Chancellor’s Levees cealed Saturday lull tor this leai'i.n. On morning;, after ten o’clock, his Majeily lc‘i Cueen’s-H
22 March 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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12 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Jury, hic'h was the refpcelublc perfons in the neig. i). nrhood, having heard the Cow ..let’s charge thnn, and viewed

Jury, hic'h was the refpcelublc perfons in the neig. i). nrhood, having heard the Cow ..let’s charge thnn, and viewed

the body, proceeded to attend to the depositions. The firit called was Mr. Lock, winemerchant, In Hammcrfmi h. He faid, the deceafed was an utter ftranger to him. On Tucfday night lad, eleven and twelve, was returning home, company with Mr. Stow, hi was accoltcd by Francis Smith
12 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Mora, c /. .1 -d

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12 January 1804 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland