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This day, if the wind permits* ht« Majefty’s yatcht Dorfet, capt. Bonfoy, will fail, with the right hon. the earl

This day, if the wind permits* ht« Majefty’s yatcht Dorfet, capt. Bonfoy, will fail, with the right hon. the earl

of Shelburne. Edward Newenham, e(q-, is appointed collector of the county of Dublin, in the room of William Dawfon, efq; Friday general quarterly aflembly was held at the Thollel, by the right hon. the lord mayor, flicriffs, commons and citizens of this city, when alderman Patri
18 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DENNIS CALLAGHAN, Furrier*

DENNIS CALLAGHAN, Furrier*

• In *e« dooi bat one to Diriy l^PCi MAket and felk alt forts of muffs, and tippets, Uiiio|t and trimmings. resit Siberia and Rnfla ermine, real Koflia fable, fqoirt and flrins fcic genttemna ladies garments; mock ermine, fable for ladies cloaks, gtc, parliament, judges, and bil
15 September 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
[To be had SiHcock’s fhop, Skinncr-row.] By the KING’S PATENTS. Dr. LOWTHER’s Powders and Drops. ©'l "'HE above powders and

[To be had SiHcock’s fhop, Skinncr-row.] By the KING’S PATENTS. Dr. LOWTHER’s Powders and Drops. ©'l "'HE above powders and

drops, almoft infallible in moll chroniwl cafes, and now arc rniver- I'a’ly allowed to be the only certain cure ever invented lor all ißii offits* nervous and parafotic complaints,' from the flightpft fpalin the iharpeft > pileply, a(>oplcxy, likewife all hilierical and hypochon
07 January 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 February 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A Gentleman of known abilities will undertake to inftruft young Gentlemen and Ladies to read write an J ihe French

A Gentleman of known abilities will undertake to inftruft young Gentlemen and Ladies to read write an J ihe French

language after the tnoft polite manner, on the following terms, vix. a month (or feven F.nglilh fhillins', a quarter for a guinea j and a crown rntrar.ee. Such who arc inclined to embrace this opportunity, may ne informed of the perfon by the printer hereof. Note, is wil ing to
01 February 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
M O N E Y, Stvinai and ill Morey, to lent O' good real fccurit'rs, as on plate frcurity. to

M O N E Y, Stvinai and ill Morey, to lent O' good real fccurit'rs, as on plate frcurity. to

Htntv vcris Rrily, public notary, at his cilice in Filhamhic-ftr. et. nbe dif.iorrd of laid Rely, the Ir/erert valuable concern neat' the ciiy of DuMm, he'd kv ieafe ol lives renewable for ever, ground rent per annum, by whi there is a Profit Rent of 1371. 17 s. now fet to (olvc
01 February 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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17 March 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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s- s. » = g-- 3- 3- = 9 n « - LOTTERY TICKETS Told Swift’shcad Dame-ftreet, where each purchaser may luve the* fatisfaftion of examining the Numerical Book themlclves Gratis, as icon as it arrives. Mr. Wefton, comedian, is engaged by the managers of the theatre-royal, and has fe
08 August 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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04 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
- SwTonT BY DESIRE. For the Benefit Mr. Cullin, Box-keeper. ON Tuefday the 15th of April, will prefcnted * Comedy,

- SwTonT BY DESIRE. For the Benefit Mr. Cullin, Box-keeper. ON Tuefday the 15th of April, will prefcnted * Comedy,

call’d, RULE a WIFE and HAVE a WIFE. The Copper Captain Mr. BROWN. Leon. Mr. KENNEDY; Old Woman, Mr. WAKER; Cacafoeo, Mr. JOHNSON; Duke, Mr. HURST, Don Juan, Mr. STAYLEY ; Margaretta, Mifs PHILLIPPS ; Eftifania, Mrs. ABINGTON. End of Aft 2d. A Song by Mifs YOUNG. Being her firft
04 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland