Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 355 articles

TKi* day i> pubiilh'-d, Potti Swift’s b< ad in Dame-rtrot, a.-.d Samui Smnh Mt. Faulkner’s tfli-Jt-ftieet, "p'tcc Britiih Cx-j ence.

TKi* day i> pubiilh'-d, Potti Swift’s b< ad in Dame-rtrot, a.-.d Samui Smnh Mt. Faulkner’s tfli-Jt-ftieet, "p'tcc Britiih Cx-j ence.

( THe SIEGE AQUILHIA. A Tragedy. is a<tid the thealte r.iyal in Drury-]..nr. tnav be had, The DESERT ISLAND, a Comedy, in ads, l.iiewfc, Ibe WAY KEEP HIM, a Comedy, in 3 ads, Pric* Hn’ith fixnence each t And, HIGH LIFE BELOW STAIRS, Farce,. Price three pe-.ee.
09 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A GENTLE WOMAN, a Native of France, duly qualified for Teaching tfce French Tongue, engage* to perfeft her pupil* in

A GENTLE WOMAN, a Native of France, duly qualified for Teaching tfce French Tongue, engage* to perfeft her pupil* in

ftiort time, fa at (peak it, write and read it with a proper accent. The purity her moral*, and her capacity, may be gentlemen of rank. N. B. She roav be heard of opt Delhrifay’* office, at Cork-hill, Dublin. or at Mr. Carroll’*, next door to the Eirl of Canbrafel'a io Anne ftre
14 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VEKCILS fold by Js.PoTT*. i.Sa s 5 tl.ia-e g®- lls« fc- -iS '“'.So s is||-. -*8 Z j»3 -sis* <

VEKCILS fold by Js.PoTT*. i.Sa s 5 tl.ia-e g®- lls« fc- -iS '“'.So s is||-. -*8 Z j»3 -sis* <

- S*9 o«S-c S
23 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By penrnffion «T the ridu boa. (be Lord Mem. At the THEATRE ia SMOCK-ALLEY.

By penrnffion «T the ridu boa. (be Lord Mem. At the THEATRE ia SMOCK-ALLEY.

penrnffion «T the ridu boa. (be Lord Mem. At the THEATRE ia SMOCK-ALLEY. ON Mood*/ next bring (be iaft. April 1760, trill be Comedr, call’d. The ROYAL MERCHANT: «, The Beggar’s Bulh. In which trill be the CORONATION of King Cl.ufc, with hi* TRIUMPHAL ENTRY to the Monarchy the Bcm
02 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Unknown

Unknown

14 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T H N C

T H N C

H N C N° 'ENCiSV i « .Sa SfS « B®* 2 « - | ihi, i3'»ir * nr ill 311 .■|3 12*1 ts11 "a « . <s^ii <oni llfl *3^l| S's .1 Hi! 1 1 iii? •lii} 5!!! p jlflj '«s* ajji
14 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUch Boulter Primrose GnitßsoK, Printer to the king’s mott excellent majefty, having the partnership with hi* mother Mr*. Jane Gncrfon,

HUch Boulter Primrose GnitßsoK, Printer to the king’s mott excellent majefty, having the partnership with hi* mother Mr*. Jane Gncrfon,

hath oi«ned hit Shop at the King’* Arm* mm) two Bible* in Eflet-iircet, the wherein hb father the late Mr. George Grierfiw carried on the priming and hooklcQing bufinef* 1 and, hope* for the reminuaMe oi the favour oi hi* late father’* friend* and cnftomerj, which he will endeav
07 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN COU R I From FRIDAY April the 25th, to MONDAY April the 28th, 1760.

DUBLIN COU R I From FRIDAY April the 25th, to MONDAY April the 28th, 1760.

DUBLIN COU From FRIDAY April the 25th, MONDAY April the 28th, 1760. ADVERTISEMENTS and SUBSCRIPTIONS for this Paper, are taken in by JAMES POTTS, Printer and BookfeUcr. at SwiftVHead, in Damc-Street j Late on Saturday night arrived one Britilh Packquet, which brought the Foreign
25 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ijl«cLi.c4 ! ENCA^ it* | ** <£ .2S« i Flrf ijn* “III * i-a lIS 111 .. -•Jl m •

ijl«cLi.c4 ! ENCA^ it* | ** <£ .2S« i Flrf ijn* “III * i-a lIS 111 .. -•Jl m •

US'S *s|!l -PI ■si ii ■*! 'W ft! .9 14 "a ilil m - 111®! ill !U(} »a«i Hill m 3 -S s.«•* •f ?E4 <il;J rj}i I j'«|| hi™ !
25 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Shirty, and the h(?n. and rev. Mr. Shirley, prcfenied his majefty in favour of carl Ferrers - The Pallas privateer,

Shirty, and the h(?n. and rev. Mr. Shirley, prcfenied his majefty in favour of carl Ferrers - The Pallas privateer,

of Bayonne, of fourteen guns and one hundred men, was taken the ift inft. by the Fame and Achilles men i war, boifnd to Louilbourg, and they have car( ried her with them. The above privateer had taken the Richard, Wickflcd, from Yarmouth, bound to Philadelphia. I This day the af
25 April 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland