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WHISKEY

WHISKEY

All their empty Sherry Casks are filled with the choicest Whiskey that can be procured in this City, and to those persons who arc epicures in the choice that article, they beg a trial, as they are now on a parcel that has been lying upwards of Four Years those Casks. Price, 9s.
20 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JULIUS C

JULIUS C

Marcus Brutus, Mr. Bullei Kemble ; Caius Cassius, M Josephine Clifton. Tiie Entertainments will con THE BEGGAI Captain Macbcatb, Mr. Pag Havmarkcl, bis first ap pea nine st>’. , Polly, Miss Adami. in act LI. Honq ‘pc THEATRE ROYAL, Second Night of Bucks At the particular request
20 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW FRUIT

NEW FRUIT

J. AND J. GOLDSMITH, HAVE just received their Winter Supply Mew Emit, which arc good ijuality and al i«odctale Prices. 'Peas, Sugars, Wines, Old Malt Whiskey, &c., all prime quality, and Prices which cannot undersold. Families coming to Town for the Winter would well to make a t
19 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

A GoulHing’s Repository, South Annc-strcel»y TO-MORROW, tlie *2oth in&tant, at 'riirec o’Cloc?; ( Without reserve), / Brown Mare, five years old, ail sound, high, perfectly trained to single and double and gentle the most timid family might drive confidence she is a good road a
19 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a Situation, as Butler, or Butler faVl ▼ Valet, a young Man, who has in each the some of the

a Situation, as Butler, or Butler faVl ▼ Valet, a young Man, who has in each the some of the

first fan Ireland; can well recommended for ncral good conduct ; has objection town or edutftrv, to travel, as is well accustomed travel through these kingdoms; lie flatters himself that would able give satisfaction to any gentleman wanting such a person. Any eommu.;J' left at 8
19 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VOI.S. XXXIX. AND XL

VOI.S. XXXIX. AND XL

VOI.S. XXXIX. AND THE SKETCH BOOK. I!j \Vaslnngton li ving. voK, with Frontispieces after the designs of Leslie, A. is unnecessary to say one word respecting well known a work the .SW.7, «ooi, one the most popnlar publications of the present age and winch alone ved obtain for its
17 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
auction Of excellent Household Furniture, valuable young Horses, Pony Car, Oat Uruiser, quantity of limber. Cap The'llev.’ Cotton having disposed

auction Of excellent Household Furniture, valuable young Horses, Pony Car, Oat Uruiser, quantity of limber. Cap The'llev.’ Cotton having disposed

of his House Land, at PROSPECT, near Fir-house. SELL by AUCTION, on 10-XOR- W ROW, IBlli November, 1835, a variety of Parlour, Drawing-room, and Bed-chamber Furniture, comprising very fine set Dinner Tables, Hair and Cane Seat Chairs. Tea Store, Bagatelle Table, Sideboard, Cbi d
17 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Change of Residence, Selling at and Under First Cost. ALEX. CANNING 4# MOST respectfully Informs the intends Removing, FEW DAYS,

Change of Residence, Selling at and Under First Cost. ALEX. CANNING 4# MOST respectfully Informs the intends Removing, FEW DAYS,

the New Ruildiog in HILL-STREET, next door to Mr. Scott’s, where he will have the pleasure of submitting to their inspection a Splendid Aasoitment of the very best Hardware and ironmongery. Id furtheriiDCe of the above arrangement, he i» now SELLING OFF hia prceent STOCK of GOOD
20 November 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
EQUITY EXCHEQUER.

EQUITY EXCHEQUER.

JOSEPH MURPHY & Others,} T^URSUAJiT JfMn a. > OrderofU»fi*ip«y’» JASON CRAWFORD. Court of in Ireland, made in this Cause, beating date ihe^gtb^o*}' 1834, and a subsequent Order, dated February, 1833, I will, on SATURDAY, the 21st day of March next, at the hour of ONE o’Cloclt in
20 November 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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21 November 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland