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The Irish Merlin, or Gentleman's almanack: for the year of Our Lord 1796; being leap-year, and thirty-sixth of the reign of King George III. 'till the 25th of October. Containing [I.] The days of the week and month, sun's rising and setting, moon's phases and age, with her southing, rising and setting, the time of high water at the bar of Dublin, &c. [II.] The legislative and executive powers of the constitution of Ireland, comprising the royal family, and Houses of Lords and Commons, with the prerogatives and privileges of each. [III.] The ecclesiastical civil and military departments. IV. Lists of establishments for the regulation and support of the agriculture, trade, commerce, education, arts and sciences of this kingdom. V. The lord mayor, aldermen, and corporation of the city of Dublin, as also lists of the several public and private charities in this kingdom. VI. The fairs and roads in Ireland, and several other valuable and necessary tables of information. [Kn]ights of the most illustrious order of St. Patrick, and Baronets of Ireland. Published by Authority.

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Stuart's Irish Merlin


Dublin : Printed and compiled by A. Stewart, No. 86, Bride street were all sorts of English and Irish papers of the best qualities [are sold] by wholesale and retail, at his Stationary and book-warehouse, [1796]

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155,[1]p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T205364


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