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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1854

strongly recommended by his last employer; has wife and two children; both are Protestants his wife could superintend dairy if required; a comfortable situation would be more his object than high wagea—Address B. T., Steward and Gardener, Mr. Furlong, 32, Lower

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 Mar 1855

Annc-slreet, for one week. Lady's Maid to Elderly or Invalid Lady, or to assist in the Housekeeping, an active, respectable Woman, who has filled the above with families of the first rank; can wash and do fine things in the neatest manner; a widower wanting

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 May 1854

rs Pro-paid. AS Maid and Housekeeper to an elderly Lady, in small, regular family, aciive, respectable Woman, who has Altai the above situation in families of the first rank ; can wash and and ladies' fine things in the nearest m inner ; unders'ands pickling

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Jun 1898

hotel; must have < Kperie'iee - --ual reference. Adj . J52, Freeni 0.V.. **i lADY w Tnted 1 > l»«'iisek-epii;< and tea<-h _Jintisi '. at: 1.•» ;>a li-u Furnished , hie hi leti. Addte>* 15, Freeman gi.sfc y. sir if a wax/to Our R^m* jrf H* M'ddi* A~!9»'j

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Oct 1867

.. .. Mr. Charles Dillon. conclude with the Comedj, compressed into three Acts, of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Bencdik .. Mr. C. Dillon. • Mr. Harris has the honour to announce the cngagemeot, for Nights only, of Mr T. O. KING, •Who will make his first

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1861

the Finest Qualities Winss. the property William Laird, Esq., Prince's Park, Liverpool. By Mr. BRANCH, Wednesday, the 16th instant., at half-past Twelve o'clock, immediately after the sale of Mr. Laird's pictures, on the premises in the Prince's Park

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

29 Nov 1877

CC a :: 010 0o o Mr~ugis ~. -. ,. .. 2 0 0 Mr Ed ?? ?? .. 1 00 Mr h habony ?? . ?? 0 10 0 Mr Thomas Hogan ?? 0.. 10 00 Mr Laurence O'Ne'Ill .. ?? Mrs John O'Neill ?? .. ?? 0 10 0 Mr James Butterly .. 0 10 0 5a ?? N Carolan, Mr Conway, Mr J H O'Brien, the

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

8 Apr 1878

BY AUCTION, -On THURSDAY NEXT, lth April, 1878, At his Great iRooms, 14 UPPER SACKVILLE-STREET, Bly directions of Mr John Telford, of the Crystal Palice, Henry-street, in consequence of having ?? of his interest in the lease, the entire Reiduae of Ift Stock

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Apr 1878

from + PATRICK DUGGAN, Bishop of Clonfert, Lo To Mr. Solomons, Optician, Dublin. TheR. RANr, P.P., procured Mr. Solorona SPectee , years since, and found them to be most nfsrtl e beneficial. He still wearn Mr. Solouons lesses r convey a coolness, ease, and

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

14 May 1878

? WheD thro' ?? anged by Robinson, Miniss essie Herbert, 'Miss Walsh, Mr ilton, and Mr Landon. Song l Segreto-Donizetti. Miss Walsh. Song .. The Wanderer's Song-Keller. 'Mr Landon. Solo PlanoforteL'Invitation a la Valse-Weber. Aliss Martin

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 May 1847

nld Ladies and Gentlemnen ?? Merrimac, Rathmines; Mrs 3- Segrave, Cabir~teeiy; Mrs A Eerlie, Harcourst Street ; Mrs s T Segrave, ditto; Mrs Tench, ditto; Mrs Putland, Lower El . MonEtet;MsJh Ennis, Merrion square; Mrs s_ i Delahytd t~athmiaes, Mrs Fitzssior

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 Jul 1878

trated, from Mr. Gill, Upper Sackville-street; a Case of Claret, from Mr. Clinton, Usher's- quay; a Silver-plated Biscuitiere, from Ml. Whelan, Inchicore; a Lady's Worktable, from Mr. Kearney, North Earl-street; a Piece of Blarney Tweed, from Mr. Vaughan

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

3 May 1847

appearance but one of MADAME: ANNA BISHOP. rr HIS PRESENT MONDAY, May 3, 1847, the performances vill CommeDce with the Comic pleo° of MR. and MRS. PRINGLE. Mr Pringle, tr Baker; Mrs Pringle, Mrs Selby; Mr John Brush, Mr King; Miss Clarissa Robinson, Mies ?Basns

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Feb 1854

Fingal Lady Dunally Counless of Bessborough Lady Clarina Countess of Shannon Lady Castlemaline Countess of A, ran Lady Stuart De Deoles Countess of Miltown Lady Talbot de Malahide Countess of Charlemont Lady Elizabeth Borough Countess of Howthl Lady Domevile

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Dec 1877

81d to ls 41do OVER 200 PIECES WINCEY, from lid per yards LADIES' CLOTH JACKETS and PALETOTS from 8s to 6O0 LADIES' ULSTER CLOAKS from 8s I11d to 20s. CHILDRENS' do do, ?? 2. 6d to 10s. LADIES' HEAVY WOOL SBAWLS, from 2s to 50s. P.S.-The Dressmaking and

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Jan 1878

assume his name, a similarity thereto, or otlhorwise, and to vend common, inferior glasses as if of his manufacture. Such ingenious artifieos being calculated to mislead, it,is requisite to note name and address, and particularly bear in mind that Mr. SOLO

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Jan 1887

n 0 Mr John A Kennedy ?? 1110 0 Mrs J A Clarke ?? 0 , 10 0 Mr.Ioseph Dollard ?? ?? 1tl 0a Mr Daniel Black 10 0 Ms John Fallon ?? ?? 0O 10 0 Miss Lynch . ?? ?? ala C Mr A Delcambr . ?? ?? U li C Mr John Clemttan ..0 10 I Mr Ravanagh 0 10 l : Mr Mielhal

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

5 Jul 1878

Belfast, No 22-A handsome Hearthrug, Duplicate 20203, Mrs Laird, N York. 'No 23-A lmandsome Writing Desk, Duplicate 14928, Mrs Dolphin, Danesfort. No 21-A Laly's Writing Desk, Duplicate 16326, Mrs Griffith, Crosaboyne. No 25-A Dozen Sherry, Duplicate

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Dec 1875

excellerce of his Spec. tacles and ?? instrumente, attempts may be made by self-styled opticians or empirical pretenders to optical scienco, to assume his name, a similarity thereto or othorwioe, and to vend common, inferior glasses, as if of his nmanufacturo

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

30 Apr 1878

DRES6 AND FASHION. LADIES'-RENCH KID GLOVES AT1 11D Double Button ditto -2s f~d. Unequalled for Finish ated Durability In every COlO=r 'BY Post for one stamp extra. MRS. BAILEY, 17 CAPEL-STREET. 4030 IF R E N C H SH I R T I N G S J. GEOGHEGAN AND CO.

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