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03 October 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
k»d at SwUt'i £ea3 in Dame-iutet, puce neatly bound los. iod. THE Method of Teaching and Studying »he Belles Lettrcs,

k»d at SwUt'i £ea3 in Dame-iutet, puce neatly bound los. iod. THE Method of Teaching and Studying »he Belles Lettrcs,

Inirotludtion «o Uncoacei, ,le,r y» rhetoiic, tiiftorjr moral phylolophy, fcc. With r< Actions on tafte ( and inftrudions with regard to the eloquence of the pulpit, the bar, and (be flage. The whole iiluitrated with from the famens Poets ;<rd Orators, ancient and modem, with cr
03 September 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This day poblifhcd by ]. PoH«,« Swift a head in Duneftrect. price bound as. halfp. fewed as. ad. The fecond

This day poblifhcd by ]. PoH«,« Swift a head in Duneftrect. price bound as. halfp. fewed as. ad. The fecond

edition of A LETTER to Sir William Windham, Written in the year 1717. Alfo, ferae rcHeflioos on the preient date the nation. Likcwifc, a letter to Mr. Pope. By the right hon. Henry St John, lord Tilcount Bollingbrokc.
24 October 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To be bid at Swiff* bead in Dame-ftrcet, prion neatly bound io«. rod. THE Method of Tenching and Studying the

To be bid at Swiff* bead in Dame-ftrcet, prion neatly bound io«. rod. THE Method of Tenching and Studying the

Belies Lettrc*, *n Introduaion UnKu*f>cs, pnetry, rhetoric, hiftory, moral phytofopby, pbyick*. fcc. With reflections on tafte, and inftruCiion* with regard to the elcouenccof the pulpit, the bar, and the ft age. The whole illuflrated with paflage* from the mofl famous Poet* and
24 October 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOEr m lllfl ■ m S_ »•§. 5 m r la! « !Z «• ? • •H * {HI I'll

TOEr m lllfl ■ m S_ »•§. 5 m r la! « !Z «• ? • •H * {HI I'll

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24 March 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Thu day ptibliflted, hy JAMHS POTTS, at Swlft’t Head in Dsme-Strert. [Price of the two volumes, bound one, is. Bd.

Thu day ptibliflted, hy JAMHS POTTS, at Swlft’t Head in Dsme-Strert. [Price of the two volumes, bound one, is. Bd.

balfp. fewed in blue jwpt-r, *j, id.] THE HISTORIES of feme of the PENITENTS in the MAGDALEN-HOUSE, [an Afylum for repentingProftitutcs in London] The peculiar delicacy and fenfibility obfervable throughout the whole of this work \faj the virittrs »/ tkt London QirooicleJ confir
24 March 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 June 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO be fold, the lands Lif»v*Fjrmore, in the of Galway, containing 160 acr«. .b * 1 for thcep, black cattle,

TO be fold, the lands Lif»v*Fjrmore, in the of Galway, containing 160 acr«. .b * 1 for thcep, black cattle,

and tillage, fet Mr Lanrcm Grorke, for 6jL per anmim ; but three years the leafe untapired, and will rife eonfider ibly et the expiration thereof. Said lands lye within one mile Toam, twn 0 ( Tullanadaly, and four of Dunmorc all good market-towns* to be received Wentworth Kfq j
13 June 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAROLUS DOYLE, French loftruflor. WHO has had the honour of perfecting in that laneu.ige, fcveral gentlemen and ladies of the

CAROLUS DOYLE, French loftruflor. WHO has had the honour of perfecting in that laneu.ige, fcveral gentlemen and ladies of the

firft rank in this city, and has at this lime many under his tuition, whom he teaches at their refpeftive abodes. His endeavours, which has met with the greateft Cuccels, tend to make hit pupils attain that beauty of accent and nohleffe of pronunciation fo to be met with except
13 June 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Freeholder! , r«en*n, City D*Win. peat tumour of the itnporwnt tr«^l Mm your roprufentoiivei m parHauieut, w«n • lolly'wf kowoftly,

Freeholder! , r«en*n, City D*Win. peat tumour of the itnporwnt tr«^l Mm your roprufentoiivei m parHauieut, w«n • lolly'wf kowoftly,

it (he (o)e objtfi my ambition in eo(reoting the favour of your voir* and iiitereft at the approachtag euctiun, have not any private view whatever, wit an ardent to continue lo the utnoft of power to promote ia public ftatkm, 1 have alway a done one, the happiaefi and welfare of
24 December 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland