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  • County: Dublin, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1750 - 1799
  • Type: Illustrated

Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Jun 1780

THOMAS HEATH, at his China, Glaft, and Earthenware Houle, No. 28, Femplcbar, within two doers of Anajcfea-Stveet, returns his lincere thanks the public iu general lor their encouragement his conimciicement in liulinefs; and thinks it his duty to acquaint

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Dublin Courier

Dublin Courier Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 May 1761

the aud of May. Marc-Antony Mr. Barry, Odfavia Mrs. Dancer, and Cleopatra Mrs. Fitzhenry for the benefit of Mr. Glover, Mr. Mahon, and Mr. Hamilton. Right genuine NORWAY Tar, and Tar- Water, prepared and (bid as ufual, at Mr. Heatley’s old Tar-water (hop

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Dublin Courier

Dublin Courier Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1762

of all his debts, before he ■in ataii him'clf of his engagement wuh Mr. Shields, lays him in cr equal necelfity of calling in all fuch 'unis, as ate due to him; and this humbly hopes will generoufly excite all hip t'iemit to prompt payment, his credit

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

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

23 Dec 1778

Mufgrxve, Hon T. Lutrrcll, Hon |. Lvttrell, Mr. T. T. Townlhend, Mr. • Butke, North, Mr. C. Vox, &c.—lrilh Ptrliamert, Speeches of M-. Portcfcoe, Mr Gardiner, Mr Ogle, Mr. Heron, Mr. Grattan, Mr. Attorney General, Mr. Prirre Se’jcan, Sir E. Nev/enham, See

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jan 1782

Fury 'tMr. Wjlliams, lives the Laud. Fotttflioa will given. t)tc, aa, twjr WICKLOW. immediately fold, or let -lot ever, derate •6oA. iR;' Wicntati*R Meafurc, the '*■—Wilhin one Mile «t M(v«nt leniently firinfT Mr. Attorney, in Henry-Areeti Mr. Jaof Sandymovnt

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Sep 1780

The winning gentlemen are, Mr. Chile of the grenadier f ld nicda j company _ Mr. cf the light tafan-^ try company I Mr. Johnfon of the firft I company Mr. Findlay of the feccnd V j m - company I Mr. Norris of the third company Mr. P.ilir.e'r of the fotirth

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Mar 1780

F-Noi-tsu t, Ladies ami Gentle snen’s Htur-D ekcr ami Ptruke- M.iker, at his Warehcufe (tiie cnly one this Kingdom) To. 28, Nallau-Strcet, made under his own lnfpeftion, the befl Materials, and of futh Colours is will fuit all Complexions. his Elafticaml

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Jun 1780

the the Houle Lords, during the jndifuofi.ion of the Laird Chancellor, are ftruck with admirstion at his Lord/hip’s powers, who, the very advanced age feventvfx, can preferve the full force’ of his abilities. A General Court of the Proprietors Eaft Inelia

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Mar 1776

fatisladtioo for Y Meadows Mr. F. B.owne, Hawthorn Mr. Fotde, gift, his foie Executor, Mr. John Cunl.ffe, N.. Why advices received ieal ’ OUr lof k l l the damage the (hip had futtamed her voyage, the )u- J Vnodc;)Ck Mr . owe, Hodge Mr. Weiwitzer, ,a, on the

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Apr 1781

in writing letter to the Earl of Hilllborough and receiving his unfatisfaClory nonfenftcal anfwer! The principal fpeakers were Mr. Howifon, Mr. Johnfon, Mr. Pint, Mr. Binns, Mr. Hunt, and Mr. Gorges Edmond Howard. Extrmfi of a letter from Lhncrick, Aj\

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Jul 1781

profeffi plan the fame place.— The veftel in which had began his voyage was foon captured * Spinilb lliip. and carried into port of Spin. During this part his capt’vitv, Mr. Hi-key w-s, for reafon or other, treated with more than ordinary Severity; nor

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

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

17 Jan 1783

j, Jicnctadfion will received by the Rev. Mr. Ranelagh-road the Rev. Mr. Conoliy, No. 3,‘Bl(Kop-li’ Mr. Naih. H<>n End Mr. John Thomplbn, Church-Wartdens ; the Rt. Hon. the laird Mayor; Mr. David Sher- ; Mr. J. E. Moore, Kew-row ; Tluima- Andjtews, Robert

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Dec 1779

Manner to, the. his Majefty’s Attorney tfthcml, and did threaten take away his 'Life, and \vith'Stones ind other Weapon*l did Very and injure the ,o{ his Majefty’s fuidAttodoey and core-, rut-feveral'othcr Enormities, to the great his Subjects. .:•! >••*

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Pue's Occurrences

Pue's Occurrences Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Feb 1756

â??ln Gcorgcâ??s-I.ane, the W ,te Mr. Keys. Brulhmaker.â??ln Chequer-Lane, Mr. John Coats. Merchantâ??(2s.) In Dame-Strcct, Mr. W,|, l liam Poe, Supcrvifor of Hearth Moneyâ??C ! Back-Lane, the Wife of Mr. Edward Mangan, Linnen' Draper. COMMITMENTS

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Pue's Occurrences

Pue's Occurrences Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 Sep 1758

for Carria— underneath, with five Acres of Ground laid down ! Scafon for Meadqwing. lionuii Mr. Edward of Portarlington, or Mr. Rowe the CUilom-Houfe, or at his Hoiife in Strect, Dublin. I .''REDERICK GORDON in Smitlilield, Apothnary, cootinues to JC Import

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

31 Mar 1780

tying the took thereout caih, by Mr- Fin i, y> Tnai'urcr ftarhoaid. and &jc. to-» amovnt.T—See advertife- defjrous to-Wnd a Sum, not with VF**' . . , , dred Poonda, to > apply to Mr. Gl gd- tli> tion uß#*were*dMtikuMUue» .Mr,. Sutter t»f PilMane Stgaedby

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Oct 1796

the pdfreirion of Mr. Jamc* Aylmer, merchant.—Alfo, to T, Ttoiifc and finall Garden in the faid town NaVan, late the polTctTlcn of Mrs. Eleanor Ford, widow, the ate the Right Hon. laird Vile Aunt Malden, and the Right Hon. Lord and Lady Henry Fitzgerald

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Mar 1783

gentlciuen, who are the Committee foe this year, to- Oigby, Mg Preiidertt Mr. Rich. Hare, Jtfnior L. ferry, Efq; Treafmr 8«»ry Hichraaq Mich Coppiogar, Rfij; idr. Ctbbi Kofi Mr. John Shew, AT Meeting the CenMna* (be fer the efth* Police of the Ckp mf

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