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  • For Years: 1750 - 1799
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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Nov 1794

At a meeting the Governors and the Apothecaries 11, Mr. Thomas A-olioadoy was cn efully arxi letters his open pr.-dii , that art. Ycileiday ari'ved the Qpeen Packer. Capt. .vitn Lady Aiiao, and a great o- p*Ar..- & London Papers Saturday laftcotuaia nothing

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1780

Lift ThurfJay, Mr. and Mrs. Dillon, Stackpole, Efqi nnd Mr. irphv, failed in the Dirtmuu'h picket, Hartwell, for Holyhead; from which place fisc arrived yefterday, with Col. and hi> fon, and Mr Barton. Sunday, the Right Hon. Lord Carlow, Mrs. ic.artney,

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

12 Jul 1781

To the LADIES. THE greatett Variety fashionable HEAD DRESSES, ENGLISH’! Tete Warehouse, (the only One in this Kingdom) No. aB. Nallau-Strect. His Tetes and Syfteim are of fuch a luperior Quality and Lightners, fcarce ‘elt on tlie Head ; and, his Deceptions

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty Dublin, Republic of Ireland

2 Jul 1783

the Accident of his Rejoicing in Honour of the ill July, Had the Slugs been lodged higher or lower, no Matter Doubt remains, that the Circumll.mce would have proved fatal, from this Gentleman’s Proof of his Loyalty. Vellerc.ay Evening his Excellency the

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Oct 1775

the Day betoie (being Monday) for Exhibition. O KI.LING firft Colt, Mr. John Kelly’s, Carver and O .Gilder, No. 5, College-green, near the Poll-office, he retiring Dufinef!. account ol his Health, a Capital Artbriment ArchiteH and French framed Glatlef,

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1785

fituateo, *“■ convenient Offices. Apply above. ~ To be fold, a (mall beautiful pied Hone, in his Shapes and Gaits, full Mane and Tail, an® carry young Lady or Gentleman. Apply To be inferted and Saturdays only. TO BE LET, AND CNTCfttO I*MlDI*Ttt < The

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

29 Jun 1774

the Benefit of Mr. BARRY. On Tuefday next will be revived a Tragedy, not thele ifi Years, tailed, PHOEDRA AND HIPPOLITUS. Thefeus Mr. Barry, Kippolitus Mr. Aikm, Lycon Mr, Wilmot, Cratar.der Mr. Fotteral, lltnene Mrs. Simpfotl, Phoedra Mrs. Barry. With

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 Oct 1776

ir.ty immediattly oaoMto hi Kt*?c*idrv f l.Mr.*?jnbn 3, f,x. or Mr. Carroll, Wiactaveifl-llrcet; who be uder* tintecci 1 y Jot el6 fame, unl. this Notice iap-operly attended and Corrpl.ed With. situ to wfuil Mr. Carin' any at hi-: Die rife, wdl pleale fuinKh

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1784

BURKE begs leave to acquaint his Friends am! the Public in general, That he has removed from No. ;,8, Nicholas-rtrett, to the Salmon and Seven Stats, No. 7, in the fame ftreet, (nearly oppofite his former houie) wherein the late Mr. Benjamin Ward lived, and

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

25 Oct 1785

however thought othentife, and upon his return told them, that his Chief and Lady f.PKmnon were coming in the Laird’s boat.— Prince Charles faid to his trufty Malcolm, am forty for this, but muff make the belt o( it —Mr. M'Kinnon tlien walked up from the

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Apr 1778

the Tables his l-ordlhip, referring to his Loidftiip's Speech, where, in the hr It Part, laid, he had invited the French to attack indirectly, h' minutely defciib'mg the DillrelWs of this Country could it. His Grace to many othei Parts his Lordftiip’s

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

27 Jul 1790

faMr. L's tire—Mr. L’a fecond then declared that hi* friend not Great W. did not think blmfeft the leaft Injured Mr. parties then left the ground. Cpunfelior M'Naugbten was fecood to Mr. and of Coleraine, to Mr. Wray. ■ At OtrV. Mr. Doo»»»o. Itkrr*

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Mar 1792

exerted in the infptdbion 1 f his Stables, that all Cattle committed to his charge (hall be properly attended N. B. His extenfiv* Concerns, No. 2S, Bcrcsford-ftreet, t« let, or the Imcrtrt fold. Its vicinity to the LinenMiall, New Courts, Ac. makes it a

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 Aug 1787

from his Kledor of Hanover, to make review of all the parrifon towns and fortified places in that Electorate, that they may be llrengthened and repaired where nccell The Emperor has become extremely thoughtful, and appears abforbed in his ideas. His Majefty

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Jul 1778

Menn- of rMr. Thom*.*! Bond, Tobaco if}, Mr. Oeorpc Mr. ii-' flier. Skirtcer-Rf , Mr. Thorpr.« V/iIA'P, h'c. 6r. Hifeh-ltict i, Mr. Trs;?#, and ‘Jtc

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1780

milled the faith of Parliament to make good whatever he might have ditburfed. his. he faid, was the prafUcc his ofltce, and, if he fhould why it was? could only fay, that his had alwavs done fo, and thereby made it incumbent him Lord North, in aafwcr the

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Feb 1786

moreover exerted to give vigour to fuch imfarther in the butmefs till after his journey to portant undertakings, it is fiucerely hoped, Cherfon, when, during his interview with his' therefore, when further proofs arc adduced friend and ally the Emprefs of

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Jul 1774

Cour- J atfic«. City Ladies. Ladies Plealure, TOW feiline by Auclion, China cleared out of the India much tinder the ulual Prices. Gentlemen in the fold by Wm.M‘Cready,UphMder rountry 1 and ehoufe .f the late Geo, Luftingham, his Home Army will find it

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Dublin Courier

Dublin Courier Dublin, Republic of Ireland

23 Mar 1761

Coriolanus mr. MOSSOP. Tullus Aufidius mr. SOVk DON. Menenius mr. DIGGES. Sicinius mr. Heaphy. Cominius mr. Heat ton Biutu* mr. Kniveton. '1 itus Lartius mr. Eilard. Citizens.—mr. Booth, mr. Verne!, mr. Me. Mahon, Somers, mr. Williams, View article

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Feb 1781

Cook lirect, (he Kev. Mr. Mahon, a Komifti Clergyman —The j.l ;nlt. in Denmark llreet, Mrs Coimon Wife of Mr. B.s-trlek Conron.— In the 77th Year his Age. at nil Houle in Great Cumberland llreet, John Eonham. Htjj Jn Culfe-lireet. Mr. Dennis Coulfon Publican

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