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Dublin Almanack

01/01/1776

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IffiT ' tat I20 PENNY- POST- OFFICE John Lees, Esq; Comptroller. Thomas Bond, first Clerk. ALL Letters and Packets, not exceeding the Weight of four Ounces, wit. be forwaided from the Penny poft- office, in the General Poft- offi « f- yard, twice every Djy, Sundays excepted, viz. at nine in the Morning, and four in the Afternoon, to any Part of Dublin within the following Limits, viz. • Barrack- street, to the Ferry opposite Steeven's Hospital— All Arbour- hill, ant Mountpellier to Mr. Mahon's House, situate on the North Side thereof, in kili' eluding the fame.— Stonybarter to the Turnpike in Blackhorse- lane, alio to Henry Stevens Reily's House in Prussia- street, including the fame.— Glasnevin Road to Mr. James Pettigrews House at the Broad- stone, including said House i Drumcondra Road, to the Turnpike— Summerhill to Sir Charles Burton'. House, including the same.— Mecklenburgh- street. Gloucester- street, Cumberland- street, World's or the Road turning to Artichoke.— Merrion- square, Hamilton's Row, Cum- berland ftreet, and Denzill- street. Ball's- bridge Road, to Stable- lane,, be- : ing 16 Perches from ihe SouthEnd of Merrion- ftreet, alfo Hume- ftreet, aud Ely- place.— Donnybrook Road or Leefon- ftreet, to the late Lord Cavan's House, including the fame.— Kevin's port to Northumberland street. Gordon's- lane ani r. Porto Bello.— New- street to the Circular Road.— Dolphin's- barn- lane, or Cork- street, — All Marrowbone, lane.— James's- ftreet, Mount Brown, to the South End 61 at Murdering- lane— Bow- lane to the North End of Murdering- lane. HIS MAJESTY'S POST- MASTER GENERAL having been pleafed to order, that the Establishment of the PENNY- POST- OFFICE, shall be ex- tended to the Environs of this City, not exceeding the Distance of four Miles : subjedt to the following Conditions, viz. A PENNY muft be paid on the Receipt, and another PENNY on the Delivery, of every LETTIR forwarded by the PENNY- POST- OTF I c E, to or from Places beyond the pre- fent eftablifhed Limits. The LETTERS are dispatched from the GENERAL PENNY- POST OFFICE in DUBLIN once every Day, Sundays excepted, viz. at io o'Clock in the : Morning, and the Letter Carriers will return in Time, that the LETTERS they bring from the COUNTRY may be distributed in DUBLIN by the Evening Delivery. LETTERS from ENG LAND ar. d the Country of IRELAND, diretted to Perfons refiding within the above- mentioned Diftance fiom DUBLIN, are! forwared by the PENNY- POST on the Payment of one PEKNY, over and above the Rates of Portage due for Conveyance of luch LITTERS to the GE- NERAL POS- T- OFFIE, DUBLIN ; and LETTERS for ENGLAND and the Country of IRELAND are taken in at the RECEIVING HOUSES, onthe Pay- ment of one PENNY for each. RECEI vi NO- HOUSES are eflablilhed at the following Places, where LET- TERS may be put in every Day, Sundays excepted, t. orn Eight in the Morn- ing ' till: Ten at Night, on the before- mentioned Terms, viz. Glafnevin.— Finglafs.— Rathfarnham.— Bow- bridge.— Rirgfend.— Bally- i bough- bridge.— Clontarf.— Chapelizod.— Blackrock.— Booterstown.— MJ- towa.—- Sheds of Clontarf.— Donny- Brook.— Caillenock.
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