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o had at Silkocjc’a fliop, in Skinner-row.] By the KING’S PATENTS. Dr. LOWTHER’s Powders and Drops. ■\ * | v

o had at Silkocjc’a fliop, in Skinner-row.] By the KING’S PATENTS. Dr. LOWTHER’s Powders and Drops. ■\ * | v

«Sove powders and diopj, X are almoll infallible in moll uonir:d rales, and now" are nnlver'ly allotted to be Ike only certain of cure ever invented for all every fpecies of fils, nervous and ■aleiic ccmplainti, from the flighr. !p to the Iharpefi epilcply, ajxiplcxy, likcwife a
23 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY IS publiilird, and (old all thebookfellers and nous hawkers, price 6d. htlfp. The KDITION of The master key

THIS DAY IS publiilird, and (old all thebookfellers and nous hawkers, price 6d. htlfp. The KDITION of The master key

to free ma- SONRY; by which all the fecrcts the are laid open and th;ir pretended myftery to f-e public. With an accurate account of the examination (he apprentice, fellow craft, and mailer. * Quicquid Tub terra eft in appricum proferct attas. Hor. Your fecrets, fi s, will rile,
23 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
bound tot. iod. THE Method of Teaching and Studying the Rcllet Lettres, or an Introduaion rhetoric, hiftotjr, moral phylcha. Ac.

bound tot. iod. THE Method of Teaching and Studying the Rcllet Lettres, or an Introduaion rhetoric, hiftotjr, moral phylcha. Ac.

With rffleAion* on trite, and inftrnAtan with regard to the eloquence of the pulpit, the bar, and the ftage. The whole illuflraled with paffagn from the moA famous Poets and Orators, antiemand turiorn. with critical remarks them. Mr ROLL IN, late Princtpal the ihrirerfity of the
23 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TINDAL and SHIELDS, Mercers ;

TINDAL and SHIELDS, Mercers ;

TINDAL and SHIELDS, Mercers T the Eagle in Daroe-ftmt, lakes this method to V acquaint their friends and the publick, that they this day imported from I ondon, an entire new aliment ol tpring and fummer fllks, and all other kinds of in the mercery way, which they are determioed t
11 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
double. firuste lower floor, btfidet jack, Ac. there planted with together wit houfe, cow . mifle* ere held of March

double. firuste lower floor, btfidet jack, Ac. there planted with together wit houfe, cow . mifle* ere held of March

be alfo Ibid, of 10 yean »< of 91, fieri, which (aid Koufe and premides were lateljr ft'i for 551. yearly. To be fold, all that wherein Thomas Shaw, laie'y dwelt, with the gardens thereunto heleneio?, fttuate in the town Rathfamham, held by leafe for yean from a;th of March 1747
11 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This day is pubiilhcd, Swift’s head in Damc-ftreet. M [price Pritilli fix pence.] INISTERIAL USURPATION Difplayed, and the Pror.ig.-.tives of

This day is pubiilhcd, Swift’s head in Damc-ftreet. M [price Pritilli fix pence.] INISTERIAL USURPATION Difplayed, and the Pror.ig.-.tives of

the crown, wmh the Rights [Parliament and the privy council, conflicted, an appeal to the pecpl.c Juft puSlifhed James POTTS, head in Dameftreet, and D. Cl ! A MI!IiRLA I Nil, in Smock-alley, POLITE LIFE; in Series of Dialogues hctv.'»cn an old Chevalier, aid his nephew, a young
11 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By permiliion of the right h ° n 'J'® L ? , d | y ° ' - the THEATRE

By permiliion of the right h ° n 'J'® L ? , d | y ° ' - the THEATRE

in SMOCK-ALLLY, For the Benefit of Mr. WILLIAMS, and Mr. T- Me. MAHON. ON Monday the s th of May, will be prefented Comedy, call’d, tirrr'T? The PROVOK’D WIFE. Sir John Brute, Mr. BROWN. Heartfree. Mr. STAYLEV ; FIEATTON; Lord Rake (Song in Char.) MAHON , Col. Bully. Mr. T. MAHO
30 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
N 24b. R.

N 24b. R.

04 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By permlflion of the right hou. the Lore! Mayor. At the THEATRE in SMOCK-ALLEY. ON Friday next, the 18th ot

By permlflion of the right hou. the Lore! Mayor. At the THEATRE in SMOCK-ALLEY. ON Friday next, the 18th ot

this inftant, April, 1760, will prefented Tragi-Comedy, call The MERCHANT of VENICE. Shylodt, Mr. BROV;N. Antonio, Mr. HEATTON; BalTanio, Mr. KENNEDY Gratiano, Mr. RYDER The Duke. Mr. ADCOCK ■, Salcrino, Mr. WATSON Salanio, Mr. JOHNSTON; Tubal, Mr. WILLIAMS; Lorenzo, with the So
14 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland