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TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

fty Order the Aflignees of Thomas Kirwan, a Bankrupt, his W'archoufcs in Ufhcr's-ftrect, On Thiirfday the lid May, 1784, twelve o’Clock, great Variety of DYE STUFFS, confiftmg of upwards fifty Calks of ground and rafped Logwood, Fuftick, Redwood, Peachwood, Guinea Redwood, Brazi
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE

NOTICE

ALL Perform indebted to the Eftate of the late Luke Savage, are requefted to fend Payment of their fcveral Debts his Son and Succeffor Andrew Savage, No. ii, ParSiamcnt-ftreet, Dublin. ANDREW SAVAGE, Hatter, and Lace-man, No. n. Parliament ftreet, SON and Succeflbr to the late M
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SE T,

TO BE SE T,

OR the Interefl in the to be fold, of a new well built Houfe, with every necelfiuy Office, large Garden, and about twenty Acres of Meadow, on the rifing Ground near Clondaikin, three and Half M from Dublin, one Quarter from the Grand Canal, and two from Lucan Spa. For Particular
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WRI TING and ACCOMPTS TAUGHT

WRI TING and ACCOMPTS TAUGHT

A MAN of unexceptionable Character in this City, has had the Honour of teaching and Accompts, after the moll eoncifc and approved Method, in fume of the firft Families in this Kingdom, to attend Pupils privately, ufual ; his SucceL will be fatisfaftorily warranted by many refped
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGES FOR SAI F.

CARRIAGES FOR SAI F.

\ NEW’ Pnft Chaife, which can fimfhrd a few Dav« agreeable to the Purchafer’s Far.y ; new Four-wheel Chaife, be drawn one Horfe, or a I'iir occaflonally ; P-ft Chaife, perfedf Order, its Wheel-., with or without new Harrc!., and will he engaged; alfo a fecond-hand Fourwhcci Chal
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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FIRST SHIP FOR LONDON,

FIRST SHIP FOR LONDON,

M* —'T 'Hh BET.-EY, Richard Smep- X tom. Mailer, conftam Trader, will politively fail in ten Days with what Goods may offer. For Freight apply to the Mailer, No. 44, Ailon’s quay, or GARRET
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
in the Whole in Parcel*, by private Comrad, the Fee and Situation.

in the Whole in Parcel*, by private Comrad, the Fee and Situation.

19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
f •» BE SOLD BY AUCTION «* *s=>- *ssjr«»* CLARET, NEW PRUNES, AND RO3IN. James Mullat, WILL SELL BY AUCTION,

f •» BE SOLD BY AUCTION «* *s=>- *ssjr«»* CLARET, NEW PRUNES, AND RO3IN. James Mullat, WILL SELL BY AUCTION,

the BeJKiKk '.•FFice, CaAMPTON-cnruT, Thi» L»Ay, th< lyth May inftant, one o’Ci >ck. I''WENTY-SIX ttcgfEead* choice Claret, 1 fit for the Battle, now landing out of tie St, Anne, Mofes Wa.lh, Mailer, at the Cuftom-houiequay, and will removed from thence the Mornme of Sale. HENRY
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTHONY M‘i/ERMOT,

ANTHONY M‘i/ERMOT,

fell AuAion, at the Brokers Orncr, VV Ckamf ros'-cofß r, Day, the lyth May infl.at one o’clock. Casks of cf.Heivt Ot n Sherrt, Hampers vt 1 1 Champ.s<!N*, Imported in the Manfell, Capt. Thomas, irorn Havre. after, for Account of anothir Proprietor, 4 Calks new Prunes, Quaittr Ca
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW DUTCH SEED OATS.

NEW DUTCH SEED OATS.

npO be fold at Jofhua Forbes’s, No. 12, Lower Or* 1 mond-quay, few Barrels of extraordinary fine new Oats, lately landed from Rotterdam Alf® Fine new Red and White Clover,? gggjj Trefoil, - I. infeed Oil, Liquorice Ball. To be let, Houfe No. xi, North Anne ftreet, with very conv
19 May 1784 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland