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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Waterford, March. 12. A melancholy Affair happened Friday in the County Goal between two Lunaticks j one of which, named Gartat, hat been confined upwards cf 12 Yeats j the other, Alexander M'Owen, formerly Miner belonging to Kitnaibomaa, but fume Time ago at blading Mine he hap
14 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW BOOKS.

NEW BOOKS.

tii Day puhliihed by J. Pott i. Swif’s-hcad in Daitie®te»t, Ptice neatly bound 2>. B d. halfp. fewcd 2d. Hie COUNTRY GENTLEMAN, FARMER and HOUSEWIFE’S Compendious Instructor. CONTAINING. 1- 0, ecin" (he Method toe Wall ; the Naiu • .:vd artier malting Hot-lieds, - FruiUare be ,■
26 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Boot: s.

Boot: s.

l and Solti j. l-'ottf, at D-ttiv.'- uecr. '^' l o-.t 2 V i,i ji. J 1 o'.cns, } ;:s. Falio 2!. li; ip.j.-Je'e yof Eu cp- , I• Cn s-, Jotki't, cbo.ii ', ctf. HC. tu;.tn :..|r Mil i* .O.'S ..I 'l VV.i N.«fi “t Ait. Th • tvlulc li < lt» • ;M , i.iiv a..J < n_f wJ, _iu r ' ■ roM.i o
23 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The manner of catching Bears at KAMTSCHAT K A, BEARS and wolves are numerous, that they fill the woods and

The manner of catching Bears at KAMTSCHAT K A, BEARS and wolves are numerous, that they fill the woods and

fields like cattle ; the bears in Cummer, and the wolves in winter. The bears of Kvtnifchatka are neither large nor fierce, and never fall upon people, unlefi they find them afleep ; ami then they feldom till any outright, but mod commonly tear thefcalp from the back part of the
05 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS.

ADDRESS.

THE Public may rely, with the utmoll certainty, that nothing but Truth is advanced in the following A.iveililemeot, an«l that founded on the mod eatenfive Experience. DISCOVERIES By Mr. Ifraei and to" be bad of him at Mr*. Raccliua’i in Abbey-fttreet. I. A mod unpanlielcd Antifc
02 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CANDIDAS

CANDIDAS

The Tragedy ALEXANDER THE GREAT—Alexander by Mr. Baity j Clytus, Mr. Sheridan j Roxana, M'a. Fitz-kenry and Statira, Mrs. Dancer ; with PAN IOMIME ENTERTAINMENT, will be at the Theatre-Royal on Wednefday the nth of April, lot the Benefit Mr. Glover and Mr. Mdlink. TO SOLD hy AUC
28 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH LANGUAGES

ENGLISH LANGUAGES

C O T A I. Table «f Words io two, three, and t'uur Syllabltt ; with natural and io each, adapted to the Capacity of draft from threa old and 10, that fucb can already read, may receive lofttiiclion thereby ; Beinje divirCiy’d with a Variety Leflent both moral and divine, as alio
28 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY,

MONEY,

Severtl Sums to lent, on real and Securities, by • to Henry Stcevens Reiiy, Public Notary, in Fiflwmble-ftrect.—Any Prilon who has an AnniiUy to dilpofe of may heir Purchalcr, applying laid Reily.—— Alfo fe*eral valuable IntcrelU in Lands and Hobfes, in different Parts the City
02 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
flic would intUaiijr linuodtr, got imo the long Ijbut (ihf *rflel’i fill* being look out the compafs, and made ore:

flic would intUaiijr linuodtr, got imo the long Ijbut (ihf *rflel’i fill* being look out the compafs, and made ore:

mafter .bjr afliltance of :i )•'« three vcflelb under lr,il, the middle mod w>.icli he nppreher.. ej belonged IO him, and mediately hind n(looparil »in»y for her, and about nine o'clock at D'ghi'Ci.mc up w. and boarded her, and found it the Caine vrff.i j the coming abofet 10 th
05 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO told the Intcicd the two Motile* in Chapel-alley, Bridge-ftreet, whereof twiniy-lix Yeatt ■te yet unrxpiied. Piopolalj to teceived Mr.

TO told the Intcicd the two Motile* in Chapel-alley, Bridge-ftreet, whereof twiniy-lix Yeatt ■te yet unrxpiied. Piopolalj to teceived Mr.

Charles Ferral, Merchant, in Bridge-ft reel. N. B. Said Houles ate in good Repair, and an excrllont Standing for liulinefs, but are chiefly laid out foi the Wine Ttadc, which was ea.iied on therein, for any publick Uulincfe.
28 March 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland