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Wednesday, Septemb. 1. Jf. Lift Nigbt wrivcd On* Kpultfli Mail. LONDON, Stpttmker YESTERDAY. Admiral Parker hit leave of the Lords

Wednesday, Septemb. 1. Jf. Lift Nigbt wrivcd On* Kpultfli Mail. LONDON, Stpttmker YESTERDAY. Admiral Parker hit leave of the Lords

Coolauinoncn of the Admiralty in the moft amicable manlier, 'tad let off for Portfmouth, with View of proceeding to Torbay, aft iccond in command in the fleet howljiog there under Admiral Derby. * We b tve received certain information, that, in the courfe of laft week there were
13 September 1781 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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05 October 1779 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED MAN, ACQ_VA f M T WITH THE Vellum-Binding and Paper-Work Trade, And who can nccafionally (Tift in any ether

WANTED MAN, ACQ_VA f M T WITH THE Vellum-Binding and Paper-Work Trade, And who can nccafionally (Tift in any ether

little Branch the BINDING BUSINESS. Such a Perfon, prcperly recommended, may hear of a Place, applying at No. 11, Trinity Street.
05 October 1779 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Exlrafl of a Utter from Bofcn, OR. S.

Exlrafl of a Utter from Bofcn, OR. S.

We hear that the returns made the general court from the fever al towns and plantations, the conltiuition of government lately agreed upon, by the convention of this Kite, are follows, viz. Yeas | Nays 9971. N. B. 119 towns and plantations, have made return.” The minifteiial run
07 January 1779 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1 iAlli K F. ALMA vA C K

1 iAlli K F. ALMA vA C K

1 F. ALMA F rei'.iiinmg Copies may ftill had of MINiATUKE ALMANACK \ I _ m Size* not .ting Cr wvi,-piece r.te ifficJ with tl c e'egant Fi uits of two irifli Vt unte-rs, o the OtcMiiivr and Light InUuim rp-. taken from the Life, end trnid’C.l "m eet 1-, Iti c, iiy the bftt Engrave
02 May 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, Ma y 2, 1780:

TUESDAY, Ma y 2, 1780:

TUESDAY, Ma 2, 1780: Ji the Proprietors of the Dublin t. Poll. GKNTtt>ItN, A Few 2O, palling thrr’.igh Euftacellrt-el, I picked iiteceof paper which lav as if dropped .ort; penciled writing was it, and untiko-day did not read its contents. I believe it to be a memorandum lome Gen
02 May 1780 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JVOODS to be SOLD.

JVOODS to be SOLD.

SOI D, the Wood ar»r, in the Wr.rroaD, containing Forty Acres, about 30 Growth. The Trees are chiefly Oak, id .r-cmcly lit for ail Country Dies; and the Bark remarkably fine. Apply S. Ram, Efq; Hdtesfort, Co-rv. . . _ To b«; SOLD, a very good COACH, fi.'.ionable, ami in perffft
20 April 1779 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AY, January 16 \7c 7,

AY, January 16 \7c 7,

AY, January 7, grateful fir the very emprraHeJlar, of jn.Uk favour I hav: ex/icneoccJ in many former Lou, rin—l r peculiarly my July tofubmitfor general Infpeflion every Mo-Je Adventuring in tie Lottery thatfecure, real andfuhfiantial benefit e to Parchaferr and friend, .—tie f.
16 January 1787 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THREE THOUSAND POUNDS

THREE THOUSAND POUNDS

LENT, on approved Mortgage, at legal imereft ; I, to lent in one, or feparate bumi, at'hvc per cent, on ad» Government Debentures. Apply to William Wation, bookfclkr, Capel-ftrcrt. RICHARD BAY L. Y Public Notarv, Stock-Broker, and X-otterv- OFfICE-Kr.EPCR, BEGS leave inform his
16 January 1787 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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JattcaXT it. -fpondenr, who profrffe* himfelf good makes the following plain remark* on sa u Cloyne’spamphlet. acknowledges to be warm and fanguine advocate for out not fuch for religion—not a fvilable in •, r 1, on the delinquency of both bifhops * f fr . (ingle exhorratntV lin
16 January 1787 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland