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THE KING.

THE KING.

In second edition of our bft publication inferted the Bulletin of his Majcfty’s which had been exhibited at St. James’s palace on the morning iCloudav. We rc-infcrt it this evening, with thole ftnee received. Upon a fubjcdl delicite and diftreffing wifli much pol Tide to avoid r
17 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LISEOM—OCTOBER 27,

LISEOM—OCTOBER 27,

The britilh army ia mofl advauta ;• polled. , ,• , Jltht lines vsvre reconnoitred i the French the llih thty were viewed perfon. pi.'.’ 4 that time until this nothing ot iiuportance in the w fighting has occurred. An unfortunate oceurrcnie took place Wcdnef'-. laft. The (ier.cra
17 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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n io 327 1 4 477 235 jtJ’Application to made to Henry Corr, Efq. 5y Patrick Nolan, Gratlon-llreet, and Jame's Kelly,\\ eftm one of the Truftees, to difpoic of thole intereflb loon as a I; ] o be SOLD or LET, for fitch term ;ts nr.iy J- agreed on, the IMPROPRIATE TITHES of the 1 p
17 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rtjfilcca it.it'* Ills T<tajcfly's *A* is o:iiy a cold. On S.iturJny ho into the warm bath, advice ot the Daftors

rtjfilcca it.it'* Ills T<tajcfly's *A* is o:iiy a cold. On S.iturJny ho into the warm bath, advice ot the Daftors

who attend Pr'mcefs Amelia. Same da v. Oi. arrived at Wind for to attend ; his M «jully and remain with him, and yefterday, ! Sir F. Millman arrived for, fante pnlppfe. repeat, however, that his Majcfty’s indilpolii ti> proceeds virrrli/ from Jlh hi cold, of which lie ( was reco
08 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Went In arre.ir for iS.'O, prcccan’r; years, in of the part of that produce which belongs to the above yea's,

Went In arre.ir for iS.'O, prcccan’r; years, in of the part of that produce which belongs to the above yea's,

a»d contorniably what is laid down in the Decree the Sept. Chap. V Of Taxes f.ppi'rjfcil, and of thofe that are (onlinuiil. From the Ift .Tan. 1811, the lowing taxes (hall fiippielled, namely, ift, lax upon moveables ; 2d, That upon foap ; 3d. i'hat upon meat; h, Tiiat ikainjis
08 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CiiAXLES anti ALEI.iNnKR Smttii, No. 104, Great Bri(ain-ftrttt, return tiianks to tliclr and tlie I’uiilic, f,.r the tiiftmjfuiflied preference tlu

CiiAXLES anti ALEI.iNnKR Smttii, No. 104, Great Bri(ain-ftrttt, return tiianks to tliclr and tlie I’uiilic, f,.r the tiiftmjfuiflied preference tlu

ir lumfc has received for years, and to inform them of their havinf got made tile above quantity of REAI. MALT WHISKEV, as ncr ccrtiftcale, and that they arc determined to keep up Jirac ftock of that fine article, which they will fell the (iualltll quantity of, for trial, convin
15 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'"I O be LET, the Hovfe, Officest and Lands LITTLETON, in the co. VVcftmcath, fitnate between Balh’inahon and Athlonc, which

'"I O be LET, the Hovfe, Officest and Lands LITTLETON, in the co. VVcftmcath, fitnate between Balh’inahon and Athlonc, which

are fair, market, and ptifitown?. The is larjje and cominodions, and the Offices cztenfivc; ThcLand, which is of excellent quality, contains upwards of 120 A. with right of turbary, and will be in fuch divifions and for fuch term (not exceeding forty year-} may agreed on. Propof
15 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DR. AIKEN’S VOCAL COLLECTION.— Jufl publiflicd, H. COLBERT, MS, VOCAL POETRY; or a LlciSl Colledlion of and Irifli Songs, John

DR. AIKEN’S VOCAL COLLECTION.— Jufl publiflicd, H. COLBERT, MS, VOCAL POETRY; or a LlciSl Colledlion of and Irifli Songs, John

Aicken, M D. containing the be ft Songs our language, Mrs. Barbauld, Mifs Seward, 'B. Aloorc, B. .Sheridan, Baillic, Mr. Rogers, Dr. \Valcot, Mrs. Opic, Sir J. Harrington, Bryail Edwards, Walter Scott, Mr. Montgomery, &c. ecc- Latcly publifhed as above, WALLACE; or, THE FIGHT OF
15 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mullingar. —To be let, for years, from December xt, the large and eoinmoJious HOUSE, fitnate in the Main Street of

Mullingar. —To be let, for years, from December xt, the large and eoinmoJious HOUSE, fitnate in the Main Street of

AUJI-X-INOAR, latc- Iv occupied liy Mrs. Manning Boarding School. It would anfwer well lor any perfon in cxtenllvc line of hufint fs, being one of the largeft concerns in the town. Application to made to Oeo. H. Conran, 41), Capel-ftr. Dublin, or Dr. Kaghten, Mullingar. inferted
15 November 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland