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TO THE PUBLIC

TO THE PUBLIC

THE PUBLIC JOHN MARSH, with the trueft Scnfe of the Kindnefs and Attention (hewn through the Whole of his late Misfortune, begs his Thanks may be accepted. From the total Deftruftion of his Heufe and Property, by the Fire, he is obliged throw himfclf on the Feelings of thofe who
15 March 1785 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLERKSHIP OR TUI HON.

CLERKSHIP OR TUI HON.

ANY Gentleman or Merchant defirous of employing a Perfon agreeable with the underneath Defcrip. tion, will be refpecffully attended to, forwarding t Line, under Seal, to B B, N0.95, Capel Greet. Ayontg Man of Icrious Turn, genteel Couue&ions, anduaceptionable CharatSer, wilhes r
15 March 1785 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF GALWAY.

COUNTY OF GALWAY.

'T~'O be fold the Fee and Inheritance well clrcvm- I. ftanced Eflate in fituate near the Town of Gort, thcprefcnt annual Value of aiol. Sterling, and which in few Years will more than double the prefent Income. There are feveral pleafmg Circumflanees attending this Eftate, which
15 March 1785 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Limtriek, Jin, 14, This day common council ♦at bfltl, when George Smi'h, Eiq was defied recoidef of this city, which office was filled his Jate father, George Smyth, Efq. with the higheft honwiir w twenry-two years, being defied in the year 1746, «i'd refigned in 1768, his being
19 January 1782 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET WITHOU T A FINE,

TO BE LET WITHOU T A FINE,

TO BE LET WITHOU A FINE, THE new and elegant Houfc in James’s-flreet, oppofite to the Work-houfc, with Coach-houfe and Stabling for five Horfes, Saddle-room, Servants Lodging room. Wine Vaults, Coal Vaults, &c. a large and beautiful Garden, inclofed with horizontal Brick Wall, fu
19 January 1782 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ce. Lad week thirteen thoufand pounds weight cotton twift were exported to Liverpool and Lancafter, for the ufe of the manufactures in that flourifhing County. This certainly proves the great increafe of yarn ; but, whether the actual working the whole of that material into finii
06 June 1789 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL. First of Miss NIGtITS. Monday Evening the Bth of June, Will be prefented the Comedy of MUCH ADO

THEATRE ROYAL. First of Miss NIGtITS. Monday Evening the Bth of June, Will be prefented the Comedy of MUCH ADO

ABOUT NOTHING. Beatrice Mifs Farren, From the Theatre Royal Drury-latie, Being her firft Appeatance in this Kingdom. THEATRE ROYAL, June 3, Thoie Ladies and Gentlemen who have purchafed Tickets, entitling to a Transferable Entre into the Theatre Royal for Twenty-one Years, are r
06 June 1789 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOARDING SCHOOL

BOARDING SCHOOL

/TRS. O’MEARA, hope* that a Atten■ iVI tion the Health, Morals and Imptotenttnt «f her Piipils, ill her Public Patreniijrc.-*- J'he molt Malter* all the nee- fiary Afcoma: her School, at Avence, aijd h*s refidtsu French tiuverneis * She receive few CHAMBER BCAREFRS. FIVE HUNDRED
06 June 1789 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY TO BE LENT,

MONEY TO BE LENT,

■'T'HE Sum of eighteen Hundred Pounds on real Se- JL curitjr. Apply to Andrew Carmichael, Efq. No. Bridc-ftrect, or Richard Do/le, Efq. Lemonftown, County Wicklow.
06 June 1789 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MRS. WALCOTT willing to of her Inter*ft at Vaclufe, near old Connaught the Houle, Offices, Garden, &c. are in complete

MRS. WALCOTT willing to of her Inter*ft at Vaclufe, near old Connaught the Houle, Offices, Garden, &c. are in complete

Order. Applica* tion to made to Mr. Thewles, Stephen llreet. let, from the 45th of March laft, for Arch Term as may be agreed on, CLANS AH, the elegant Seat of the late Archdeacon Jackfon, fituated one Mile beyond Artane, County of Dublin, ana within four Miles of the City The I
06 June 1789 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland