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OF jrnod abilities and cordudl, wants Employment; can of ground advantageoufly and kcap a counts in the mod regular and pleating fanner ; will be ftund a ufcful man, and can well recommended. be heard of at Murphy’s Shop, Chrift Chorchlane, Dublin, a N. B. He can aft and Cardan
19 August 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW ALICAN 1 BAPILLA.

NEW ALICAN 1 BAPILLA.

NEW 1 BAPILLA. JOHN ROCHE and aNDRFW OREHaN. have juft boded of the Margaret, Captaia Strong, from Aiicant, Maws of bell Altcaot Barilla, which they will fell tenhi. Apjjiraticn be made at Mr. Kucbe’a, Ho. 7. Wdliant-llrcct, or at the N«w Broker’f o&e, No. Cramprott-Court. , CLEA
01 April 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARLES

CHARLES

I N E Y, With mcch rdpcA informs his FaiiNos and the Pijbuc, chat has his Vaults well llocked with a variety of WINE', the bell produce of Fraree, Portugal, and Spain, which he wiil lell at the ulusl moderate frtees, tor ready money ; and rnntiniies make the a.lowanceol Toro SLi
01 April 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOUGH SSA RACES,

LOUGH SSA RACES,

LOUGH RACES, mil fctjfiu MONDAY, ilii i3<l of At'ourr, ilcad the i6th of Augull, Lrmer.y advcrciiini lliit paper. ON Monday, the 13d, 501. for 4 year« old, wt. Bft —the b:ft of three l.cau. On Tuefday, 'he > 4th, «01. for years old, wt Bft. 7lb.— the bell of three 3-mile b.. its.
10 August 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOOKS.

BOOKS.

TO to by Aoftion, JAMH3 VAL- I-ANOR, Monday the inftant, bit Room in the Old I‘oft Off ije, the of Gentleman ahroa.l, among which ire the following Binier’s Ovid, with cut«. vnj*.—Field's elegant edition the Bible, a volt- with cut«.—Baron Stofch's Gem* Aniiual Rcgitler, vrls.—U
14 August 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Old eflablifhed rRUG, OIL, and COLOUR WAREHOUSE, No. 88, BainE-SraEtT. JOHN THF.OP. BOILEAU, Drnggift, fon-in law and to George Wilfon,

Old eflablifhed rRUG, OIL, and COLOUR WAREHOUSE, No. 88, BainE-SraEtT. JOHN THF.OP. BOILEAU, Drnggift, fon-in law and to George Wilfon,

thinks cannot left than thin publicly -to reln-n bis mod grateful thanks to the particular Friends of his Houfe, and the Public in general, for kind partiality (hewn him Cnee his commencement. He a (lures them that no attention on his part {hall wanting towards the completion of
14 August 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1000 ir a Prize of zr- »'O.

1000 ir a Prize of zr- »'O.

Prize of zr- »'O. i
14 August 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The !ate Di-. JOHN J E B B,

The !ate Di-. JOHN J E B B,

The !ate Di-. JOHN J B B, Who to, and ornament of the Cliurth whole v rtunus »xrrtior.j at Cambridjje. relieve the Student Arts, from the ahl'urd Ujrr.a* ture t'ie Thirty nine Articles; —whofe iayii'jr the Gown and commencing the ftndy of Phytic, —(hewed fncli noble of virtuous a
14 August 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KOTICIt to the CREDITORS of the Ute ROBERT MURRAY. THE Creditor* Rolf. Murray, lac of the city of Dublin, mcr.hant,

KOTICIt to the CREDITORS of the Ute ROBERT MURRAY. THE Creditor* Rolf. Murray, lac of the city of Dublin, mcr.hant,

who died or about the year . 754, and who wa* in partnership with Ralph Sampfon, late of city, wine-mcrch.mt, under firm of and Murray, are d. fired to lay ftarcof their detnands before James Hamilton, of raid city, Alderman, hein - Aim of money veiled it. h'mvt.i applitd toward
14 August 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO be Sold immediately, the Fee Simple and Inheritance of the Lands of RATHLYON and COPPENAH, in the co. Carlow,

TO be Sold immediately, the Fee Simple and Inheritance of the Lands of RATHLYON and COPPENAH, in the co. Carlow,

and parifh of Tnllpw, containing 619 A. ail choice ground, finely circumfianccd, within one mile of Tullow. and fit Carlow.—Nearly one-half of the Lands arc out of I.ea e. For further particulars, apply to Mrs. Symcs, Eallybegg, rear Tiiichaly, and to John Brownrigg. Efq; ap, Yo
14 August 1790 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland