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This day is publiihed and fold by all the Bookfellers and News-hawkers j Price Three-pence to" the Roman Catholic Rcngion

This day is publiihed and fold by all the Bookfellers and News-hawkers j Price Three-pence to" the Roman Catholic Rcngion

: addrcllcd the Clergy in gereral of that perfuafion. By CORNELIUS M'CROHON, Roman Catholic, but now member of (he ProtcfUnt Church. ADVERTISEMENT, This bonk w:is, lorn.- time ftnce, adiluft d to the clergy of she Rcmilh perfuafum in county of Kerr)', the Author, who was at that
30 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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E" Z- g.5 is; h i-2 v> fe£; rSt ?•: as as. Spls- B-a ? 8.7 P-| « s? -

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30 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
# 1 o Ltt, .1 - Y7OR any term of years not exceeding forty; . ugdcu ..a.u and ft-ible adjoining,

# 1 o Ltt, .1 - Y7OR any term of years not exceeding forty; . ugdcu ..a.u and ft-ible adjoining,

j, fi n iihtd >n the . ,. r has convenient efites gn»u , the confer cf Cnannel-row, in Stonev-balter. Thi. day is pub’ilhed. the Crown .he Black Bull inn. in Capel-ftreet. f me Bookfellcr. and News hawkers. [ Price a BntilU T HE Three Diftina Knocks, or the Door of .he molt Anc
07 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Thi» day p*ib!iihfd, ■» Sv.if'’i hwd in Dame-ftiect. a i’ritifti (is j Ministerial usurpation Difpiayed, and the Ptorng ciw» >he

Thi» day p*ib!iihfd, ■» Sv.if'’i hwd in Dame-ftiect. a i’ritifti (is j Ministerial usurpation Difpiayed, and the Ptorng ciw» >he

crown. tfce Rights (parliament and of the privy council, confi lared. In an appeal »i« the people. . TXR. Ryan’s Pcdoral Lozenges, well Known to cure Couchs, Aftmah's, Phth.ficks, thortnets of reath, &c are fold at Swift*, head in Dam ‘-dreet, with direction*for taking the fame.
07 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
k tig'i Urnr majeftji,.at the king’s aim* tß<l two h s, in t’.ffi x-ftteti. , ' Aft for the Relief

k tig'i Urnr majeftji,.at the king’s aim* tß<l two h s, in t’.ffi x-ftteti. , ' Aft for the Relief

of ialblvent ]3ebtoa| price Si. An act to alter anil the lafrs for the repair of high wnys, price 4d. 'An aft for amendina palled in the jill year hi* reign, an act for making and widening a convenient llrcct and paffiige from EHex-bridge j® the Caftle of Dublin i alfo, for wide
11 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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28 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
* y of France, .•u y the French Tongue, puf>*l> » «•<*« time, fa if, 'fine and read It with

* y of France, .•u y the French Tongue, puf>*l> » «•<*« time, fa if, 'fine and read It with

prrper acce I. puriiy her maails, and her capacity, may be proved NB. 4 be heard ftf at capt. Delhi o®fe, •t Cork-hiH. Dublie. or at Mr. Curroll’s. neat door the irl of in Anae flreet near Stephen'* green Dublin. _ - Dr. JAMES’S FEVER POWDERS. Duhnn. jjlh < f Jont, 1760. THIS is
28 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
on reconnoitring our pofition and about four this afternoon, we marched back to to town, having withdrawn all our pods,

on reconnoitring our pofition and about four this afternoon, we marched back to to town, having withdrawn all our pods,

with the lefs of two men only,,though they did every thing in their power to harrals their rear. The enemy was greatly fuperior in number, it is true; bur, when I confidered, that our little army was in the habit of beating that enemy, and had a very fine train of field artiller
02 July 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland