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JOHN DIX, Tinplate-worker, at the great Chinefe Lantkren in Caple-ftreet, near Elftx budge, takes this method to inform his friends

JOHN DIX, Tinplate-worker, at the great Chinefe Lantkren in Caple-ftreet, near Elftx budge, takes this method to inform his friends

and the public, that he nrniinuet to manufacture in the msnncr, all kinds of Tin-ware*, via. Letters cf pafte, flu.pci for bleamaunge of varioua tort*, great variety of real ebaitt-work for coflina, cfaaift work for lady’s cbdra and cent'emen’* clefts or coats of arms in copper
11 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This day ia uublilhed by J Potts, at Swift’s Head in Dameftreet, and S. Smith, at G. Faulkner’s, in Eflea-ftrcet,

This day ia uublilhed by J Potts, at Swift’s Head in Dameftreet, and S. Smith, at G. Faulkner’s, in Eflea-ftrcet,

(price it. yd. halfp fewed, and is. id bound.) THe Secret Hiftory of Colonel HOOKE’s Negotiations in Sa>tlandy in favour of the PRETENDER, in 1707. Including the Original Letters and Papers vbkk palled between the Scotch and Iriflt Lords, and the count of Verfaillcs and St. Germ
12 June 1761 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
. NOTICE, THE feveral pcrfoo* indehii d Mr, William H my, laie of Dame-ftreet, in the c of Dublin, hofier

. NOTICE, THE feveral pcrfoo* indehii d Mr, William H my, laie of Dame-ftreet, in the c of Dublin, hofier

; are defired forthwith to py Ikeir rcfpcdliVf debti, to Mr. Henry Steeveni at h>« office in F>fliamhlc-Areit, who i« impown'ed to receive the fame, erwife their njmes and debt' mud bo advctnfeJ for the fatiWaction his creditors, and proqeedca againft at law, without further app
16 June 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Thu publtflied by all the hookfellers, THE DROLL MISCELLANY : or. Book of Fun. Containing, amongft many other pieces of

Thu publtflied by all the hookfellers, THE DROLL MISCELLANY : or. Book of Fun. Containing, amongft many other pieces of

hnmour, Memoirs of a very unfortunate 'l've-Wig. Letter from certain lady a lean pent emaa. Diflerta. lion on the beauties of uglinefs, hl.fs S<ble. Humerous poetical dialogue between Mifs fanny Murray and Mil's kitty Pilher. With ne« facetious fon s, jells, &c. &ct Fcrdinando F
16 June 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To had at Dillon Chamberluine's in Smoik-a'tey, and at the Printer's hereof, new tiai correct ediiion (price •s. yd; halfpT

To had at Dillon Chamberluine's in Smoik-a'tey, and at the Printer's hereof, new tiai correct ediiion (price •s. yd; halfpT

• U DAUBICHON’s Englifh Excrcifc-Eook, to tranlLite into Frer.th- Comprint; all the Rues of the French immar, and ether nrceflary ohiervalioir; attending gra lua ly from ike meanefl, to the higher caparit es. With .• colleAion ef forty diverting tales, fifty letters upon leverat
30 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To the Gentlemen, Clergy, ar.d Freeholders the County of Cavan. A? the Death of our late Moft Gracious will put

To the Gentlemen, Clergy, ar.d Freeholders the County of Cavan. A? the Death of our late Moft Gracious will put

period the prefect parliament of this'kingdom, and you unanimoully honoured mv father with the important trull being your repr«- entacive in parli ment; humbly requell the honour of your votes and mterell the neat general etoAUro for huicht the (hire for the county of Cavan, whi
24 November 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Bryan Mt’Manus, A XTTHKRKAS a Decree Plaintiff. VV of his majefty’t court Jozia* Dillon, and Mary of Exchequer in Ireland,

Bryan Mt’Manus, A XTTHKRKAS a Decree Plaintiff. VV of his majefty’t court Jozia* Dillon, and Mary of Exchequer in Ireland,

made his wife, John Dillon, 'in this cauft, bearing date and James Stanley, the ?o h day Februaiyj Defendants. i;6o, the chief remembrancer of the faid court, hi* deputy, is directed to fell by puh- cant, to (he bell bidder, all the ellatc, right, lit'e and ihtetell the defendan
07 January 1761 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To the Ge.,t rmfn, Clergy, Fteemcn, and Freakoldcrs the City of Dublin, rHF, grc.t honour of the imporiant trull one

To the Ge.,t rmfn, Clergy, Fteemcn, and Freakoldcrs the City of Dublin, rHF, grc.t honour of the imporiant trull one

of your rrprefcniativei in pariiamtnt, faithi anrf ho/ieflly, is the Ibie objedt my ambition in entriai.ng it f vour of your votes and inlorril at •l■•e appro.ichng eli-ctii n, I have not any private view whatever, but an with to continue to the utuioll of power promote in a pub
07 January 1761 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Thu Day '« publilhcd by James Potts, at Swift’s head in Dame ft rcet; v *ry proper given away well

Thu Day '« publilhcd by James Potts, at Swift’s head in Dame ft rcet; v *ry proper given away well

Pen' ns, price onlv Two pence. THE CHRISTIANS daily DEVOTION; with diiections how to walk w (h God all the Day ling. From* to his Parifhioncn,
07 January 1761 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland