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VICTUALLING or the FLEET.

VICTUALLING or the FLEET.

The following correct copy of the order from the Navy Board, for fupp'ying the late Lord Keppel’s fleet, when at Torbay, with provifion* for flour month*; cal* cuiatrd for so.oso men, from OA< ber 10, 1775, to February 10, >778) and may enable our reader* to form an iflimate of
09 September 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A NEW HOUSE ami tiANTCj.

A NEW HOUSE ami tiANTCj.

A NEW HOUSE ami TO LET, from the Ift day of November heat, fef •(t r litres or thirty-ooe years, the Land* RO.SEftJWN, containing A. of remarkable good ground. The HuHft i» entirely new, being buiit lift year, which the film 8f 1, was expended : It is how completely hnilhed, and
09 September 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMY.

ARMY.

AQUARTER-MASTER'r WARRANT of 111 Majelfy’a ijih regiment of LIGHT I’ll AC,OONb. Api.hcaiK.it made 1 y Idlers HemyruiEe, I f>> A quay J *>J. I*. Tray, —c; Luutcnjr.t ilmvc « 'ialtcw.
18 September 1794 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To the Ciemiemeu, Cleruy, auo tireehoiders of the City, of Limerick. Gemletrun, A Vacancy having day happened vour.laW worthy Reprefenwtive

To the Ciemiemeu, Cleruy, auo tireehoiders of the City, of Limerick. Gemletrun, A Vacancy having day happened vour.laW worthy Reprefenwtive

having fuecertfrd t!<« Peerage, allow oif-.r mj’fclf ycur co.ifi Irntion, Candidate to repl-clent your ancient, and hitherto Iree «ity mjfte no profclTions to future public conduft a twice returned to Parliament, you all judges it. This, however, 1 will venture to pro.nifc, that
18 September 1794 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Law.

Law.

Juft publilhfd by GEORGE GRIERSON, Hi> MAJESTY’* PRINTER, No. »8, PAKLl*M»nt*Sr«*«T, AN ABRIDGMENT the STATUTES of the Seflions of Parliament, alphabetically ui'.Jtr their proper Headt, Francit Vefey, ESj. Price, pitched in blue paper, 11«. 4s<l. SEED WHEAT* CHOICE RED LAMMAE, W
11 September 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVENUE.

REVENUE.

When the Revenue of the S' ate, fo far from anfwer* ing iu apparent yearly falls (hort of the public expences by full filtb—wfen through the m:fconiluCt of Miniftert this happens, »'though heavy taxrt have, at their requeft, be; n impofed by the Lcg'flature with the exprefs inte
11 September 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
b u a l i n.

b u a l i n.

u l i n. Sunday I ift the Sult»n.i fl ;op w»r, of f nirten guns, comniamled Captain D. Dent, arrived ir. the River Shannon, ft r lie of teccivliry fuch Aamen and able b. ianulimn tiK'er thenifclvea to ferve in the nrtvy. uefday laff fever 1 nrmitinp parties were beating up this c
23 September 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FARBILL HUN T

FARBILL HUN T

FARBILL HUN Will the Ctiib Room, Killucan, on the inftatit, to trar/aei baftneis, and dine JOHN fi,THFRSTON, E{q; Prcfident. The Hounds will on Eallrowcn, at nine o’clock. Such Members a» not attend that dar, fcaj excufes, will poiitively excluded the Hunt Sy order, September 19,
23 September 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Outfide Paffengert to pay Half.

Outfide Paffengert to pay Half.

The former Fares and Regulations the remainder of the road. The Proprietors, John Corry and William Belcher, return their moll grateful thankt to their Friends and the Public for pad: fasrmirs, and by attention and moderate fares to merit their future friendlbip and encouragem-m
23 September 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T Q BE LET,

T Q BE LET,

extenfive FLOUR MILLS at Mayfield, capable of manufactuiing from to i Sysco barrels of Wheat per annum, re being plenty of water in the fealonthey are '’ehghtlully fituared, midway between Waterford and Carrick-on-Sutr, within yards of the naripahle rivtr, in the n ii;hhourhood
23 September 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland