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TIM: FITZGERALD, Sils-Weaveh, In the Lower-Caftle-Y»rd, next Door the Chapel, conti nucs to make all Sorti of Silk Goods, viz.

TIM: FITZGERALD, Sils-Weaveh, In the Lower-Caftle-Y»rd, next Door the Chapel, conti nucs to make all Sorti of Silk Goods, viz.

DAM ASKS.j Paduafoys j Half-Ell Tabiei, and Half-Yard Tahies Half-Ell Watered Tables, and Half-Yard Wall., Tables; Sattins; Ducapes and Artnazcens; Black Silk S-irins for Wailtcoais Pealing*; Silk Serge* and Shagreens ; M.mtua>; Luiedrings ; Rich Black Padualoyt for Clergymen’*
24 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Yeftetday arrived One Britifti P-icket, which brought one Flindeis Mail. foreign intelligence. Rome. J.m. 18. THERE h«s lately been ting

Yeftetday arrived One Britifti P-icket, which brought one Flindeis Mail. foreign intelligence. Rome. J.m. 18. THERE h«s lately been ting

the neighbourhood of Albanc, a ftatue Venus, ofcololTil diiiirnlions, which though mutilated in t'everal pans, is admired by the Connoiflcuri for the excellency the woikmanlhip. Maorid, January. 24. The King has already named the Duke ct’Oflun logo to Vienna, the marriage the in
20 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALL Perfars to whom Mr, John Clinch, late Thonits-ftreer, was indebted, ate dcitred to their Accounts immediately, to William or

ALL Perfars to whom Mr, John Clinch, late Thonits-ftreer, was indebted, ate dcitred to their Accounts immediately, to William or

Michael Clinch, Brewer’s in JamesVSircct, Adminiftrators to the faid John Clinch, in order to their being difeharged, and all Perfons who owed him money are requeued to pay their rcipedive Debts to faid William or Michael Clinch, or they will be for the lame. Julr. DEANE, has re
20 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
N I) A M I N P

N I) A M I N P

N A M N M. la C For <he USE of SCHOOL^ This D»jr i* publifted, (ir.*nimoufly approved jf» ;> :o by no than Thirty-three piyinei, . ni-ntScliocl-mafters, neatly boun'J ro<t arJ I •, Copper-platr:, Price only rs. id. vrith an Ai., . Schoolraafte.’s. .' . - . • y'f' Univerfal Spelli
22 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMON 1 A. MR DAVIES's C<>ntrawith BARRY for his Daughter’s Performance the Theatre-Roval. being row ended, he begs Leave rn

ARMON 1 A. MR DAVIES's C<>ntrawith BARRY for his Daughter’s Performance the Theatre-Roval. being row ended, he begs Leave rn

infoim all l/ieeis MUSICK, that during rheir SHORT STAY in this KINGDOM, Mi* DAVIES will perform on the ARMONICA, accompanied with SINGING and the GERMAN FLUTE, between the Hours of One and Three, every Day, (Sundays excepted,) n a genteel Apartment at the firft Hciife in Fownes
13 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
N DA MIN B.

N DA MIN B.

N MIN B. EYE-WA’TfcF, JUST petted from London a qtftrntiiy the Famed Royal kyc-Water. wtkh hav feVea (old only at Dick * cofft« ksvfe ia fikintier-rsw, for 61 veata paft, (at a Br 1 ilh hxpcr.re per bot'le) time it has had forpiizing tuccefs, hawing cured many tfvrofatrdfe perlan
13 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMONICA

ARMONICA

MR. DAVIES’s Contrail with Mr. BARRY for his Daughter's Performance at the Theatre-Royal, l>eing now ended; begs Leave inform nil (.overt of MUSICK, that during their SHORT STAY in this KINGDOM, Mila DAVIES will perform on the AKMONICA, with SINGING and the GERMAN FLUTE, between
06 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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e i / ! w >b ■ a .mi i 'ii • * ,’r If' » • * - »»«■. »?< ■Adit * • the ir* «.AUi w iipubliOi-- . %'•■•.•?. o ’«: '«* , V.'i.crf i t.f , wdoxifioa^V . in Ol '• and accurately) ranifUets aod oonfioMl Papery that are printed la Dublin, boats pubWhed.
17 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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08 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY,

MONEY,

to lent, on ie«i nod Petfowl Seatri'iet, r.ppWinf- Henrjr Sceevcni Reily, Public Nonrj. m.Fifttm* lile-iitett Ay Per lon who has an Annuity to oifpofc of may he»r a ‘uichafer, by applyingto (akl Rctly. fohlitbed by the Priottr hereof, (Price td.) 'he or, whatKcwa? a Farce, Two A
01 February 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland