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THE TRADER AND MECHANIC

THE TRADER AND MECHANIC

will always find ample supply of Goods, suited to their demands, and the whole business fairly regulated, that any person may purchase, without loss of time, or danger of any kind of imposition, the IRISH WOOLLEN WARE HOUSE, CA ST LK- ST K EET, PI'BMN. ,S TANDA UD FIGII IS. SAMU
10 February 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DOUCEUR.

DOUCEUR.

A Young, single Gentleman, most respectable family and connexions, will advance from 1001. 5001., to any Lady or Gentleman who can procure adeonate Situation ; or, the Advertiser having been a good deal’ the Continent, and understanding the French Language fluently, would have n
10 February 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
C AA. CARRIAGES FOR SAFE, At Michael Goul.ling’s Repository. Anne-street, A handsome Landau. Kngl.sl. bu.lt, and .n good renair runs

C AA. CARRIAGES FOR SAFE, At Michael Goul.ling’s Repository. Anne-street, A handsome Landau. Kngl.sl. bu.lt, and .n good renair runs

very liubt, and is its first wheels. P tight English built LanJauiet. in n.e hes. preserva““a 00. do. Chariot and Harness. A Curricle, very light and fashionable. , Several Gigs and Inside and Jaunting Car* nearly new, worth the attention of purchase s. .1
21 May 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GLASBNEVIN.

GLASBNEVIN.

BE LET, from the 26ih of March instant, for i sucli lime may agreed upon, the House, Offices and Garden lately occupied by the Rev. Joseph Hutton, containing one rood and three perches Application to made to Sir Josiah Coghitl Coghiii. Baronet, No. S, Ely-place, letter only, to
26 March 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POL IT A*, UNION. W.«iliu*«Ky Wni.jjjht (f»e Coanr'il fcTtlfc iteirnpolit«n Pulitir«l Union •* • meeting (he T«»rrrt, SW.l«nr,'fier-t Sfwf, («>

POL IT A*, UNION. W.«iliu*«Ky Wni.jjjht (f»e Coanr'il fcTtlfc iteirnpolit«n Pulitir«l Union •* • meeting (he T«»rrrt, SW.l«nr,'fier-t Sfwf, («>

l«»e of the nec«'»«i'y «rr»nse.B*m»'|*fepAmiory the nrtt (te*>er«l meriing. to be tfo hr next, the ili«i»ic ol o,hrf , '"- n.wli.Miirtx. !ht.'S»nl'*e» ckIW the Ch»ir._ Mr. • Te* prrpkretory ob»er*»tion«, rt»d the T<» t«' !- TH* The Petition tf it* L\drrJi~nrJ 'leieiUndi of Ike C
17 June 1830 - Sligo Observer - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
INSOLVENT DEB FOR S’ COURT.

INSOLVENT DEB FOR S’ COURT.

INSOLVENT DEB FOR COURT. !, hereby given, that JOHN LT.OYO i, m H-i]., one o' the C» iiu>' deri for the f»f lu«olver>f Debtor* «,il| hoU i* D 'tC , <a i*? of Insolvent SMGO. SATURDAY, the 3* tiny JULY n* xt, O'CM.OCK in the Fo»*«*noon *«ut D.iy._D*ited of iv, 183 0. PETER BURR OW
17 June 1830 - Sligo Observer - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
GUNPOWDER STORES, NO. 3, UPPER STEPIIEN-STREET, (Opposite Great Ship-street.) JOHN G. CURTIS most respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and the

GUNPOWDER STORES, NO. 3, UPPER STEPIIEN-STREET, (Opposite Great Ship-street.) JOHN G. CURTIS most respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and the

Public, he has got a Variety of Fireworks, chiefly consisting of Sky Rockets, Water Line Rockets, or Fiery Pigeons, Tourbelons, Roman Candleafor Firepumps, Cathcrin Wheels, Mines, Serpent Boxes, &c.^»c. He is also, as usual, well supplied with Shooting affd Blaamng Gunpowder, Pa
23 July 1836 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 July 1836 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O’MDLGRAVE’S MOVEMENTS.

O’MDLGRAVE’S MOVEMENTS.

Their Excellencies the Earl and Countess of Mulgrave arrived at Lismore half-past five o'clock on Sunday evening, amidst the shouts and acclamations of thousands. They dined and slept at Lisraore Castle, and next morning visited the salmon fisheries. The Lord Lieutenant, on his
23 July 1836 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

NEW CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

few of this body met on Tuesday the Corn-Exchan«e at three o'clock. W. F. Finn, Esq., M.P., in the Chair. The Secretary (Mr. French) read several communications from the country. then read an abstract of receipts and disbursements from the formation of the petition committee, on
23 July 1836 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland