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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 7, 1850, Dublin, Dublin EORGE JL 5 From Tuesday the 7th, to Saturday no my \A arrived One which brought the ti Le in in fur following viz. R U S S I July 15. has been fent from Court to Irom Kt Minent of foot that they are a great many u ith forty of which been fent and the reft are to wuh J of a Letter from July 23, N. S. ot vie w 1 Wc upon to Ad gacc on th. 1; 1 0..1 v r t 1:1 3 l 111 'tiS that there is a Two Days ago a Accident happened in the upon by ' to that Lord in his of this A about faur o' tu m c is a Talk of in the wich lome of his Comrades to 1�j!1 if the cj - - fev who are in in the he in out of a would dive in one of the Places of the in Strck there July I. Having been for Months part in Companions being at not him nfc for quarter India Sea rc of a from the we have talien the of an Hour and concluding he mutt be though Ditto i Sub. 105. i Si L ic in order to be prepared all they Him to bt a very good they Ditto i Sub. 103 7-S!h.^. Ditto 2 i three Ceys who i have I are charged with the Government of ly fetched Nets that lay in a Boat tiear and 0:ders to form Magazines in their ing them where they faw their Comrade they at length 1746, i 7 a in- L. Sub. 101 7-dth5. Ditto 1747, I 1C3 7- K Diao 174-, 1 t Ditto 2 Sub. nothing Ditto 1 Sub. I td by three Batteries of Brals is put in a the in order to get the into their 1 103 7 8;ji:. a 104. 2 Sub. 1&2. t i 1. Situation than it ufed to as are alfo the Forts at the they a a prodigious per Cent. Annuities 100 a i Sth. 1 ice of the and near the The Military to the Left Pap at the of which they were fo London nothing V - - - 7- 3. Martha Towers - and Piety and to her an worthy the imitation of ihe of of the is from 12000 to 15000 and fo that they even frightened tlic 11. 5 5. India i 1. 75.3 8.'. fcy the Reinforcement which the Grand Signor has who thereupon let go his and after moll 5I. 3 s. Three per Cent Ked tiie Tile four Nations of which are plunged into the The poor being i 7 8ths. per s of them to a certain Number of Men tor a little from their the 1750, 3 a of the received Orders to put of their and found that the had already in to their in cafe it gnawed through his Since this fad laft died Mrs. laid be required of The three Camps which are our have ordered River with med here every have been kept longer than above and below the Place where it but this in order to the Troops The Marine they not yet been able to catch this dangerous Creature Algiers .at of the Admiral's and 'tis feared thai hear of more done of and of and have - twenty Men of &c. by it. In the mean while any Body will venture to as lamented in her as L. the Reports of an Enterprize intended by the crofs the Water a Mile of the Place where this in her Such a Life only as the founded by the of dent - produce luch an End as flie n John of enjoys the fame from the of a Letter from Jaly 17. Laft the following Houfe -All of feeing Peace maintained in feem to were tried for Burglary at the An Accommodation between Court and George Arthur Jane 30. Don Joachim Jofe Fidalgo de Sweden is at a than Each Side remains Wilham and James Moore of the Bedchamber to the and a Member of Some that wilh well have and are to be hanged this 1 the 18th on board the endeavoured to make both Parties fall a little in their We that leveral of E 5 3 m lit 2 u. c 3 Oyer and John were all found one 121 as Extraordinary from Court to that of live Demands and but all in vain and fo the a Receiver of and an who hath of Don whom his has Appeal mud at laft be made to feeing there is acme lately tor Bid to go with the fame to the Holy on Earth that can judge between the Hon. and his the ' ' - - - Dr. CI Mrs. the Rev. Archdeacon ITALY By private Letter from we ate that Rev. July The Duke of Modena having a an arrived thereon the 20th of from Dr. and other arrived an that the Chan in his Dublin id to communicate hi Principality of that to let in of that Way go Toll free for the Terra of ten an Order fent from the Grand that the this Road will prove very oat only to the Com- of Bender had been to put his Place in a of ce of but that of in 'tis thought and to caufe the Magazines to be filled with the will prevent its being brought to and his at the fame Time being fame Steps will be taken for that were by a Body of for that n with regard to the - July z J. ' The Diligence is ufed in fitting On the 29th of June laft Simon of the Age the Men of War which the has ordered to be One Hundred and as others of one fo that it is believed they will be ready to fail before Hundred and was married to his third End of this Troops are alfo railing in the of the Age of in the of to this and it has to St. Corentin de in Lower The foreign Regiments into its who isa Native of Pezenas in walks well and has the free and of all his and July 31. Envoy Ex- from 1666 has continued to blow the great Trumpet in the is returned 10 Band of Church He has feen the whole Chapter to acquit of the Orders he received from their High changed and this is the hsd to deCre the King to join with them iii ufing for his He was married the Time in 1667, and r Endeavour to the Demand of the in that was Man of fuU i for building a Church at agreeable to the In- There was very extraordinary Sport at of and the his between Mr. and a Roan of in that Mr. Crop was to go Miles before the Roan July 31. As the Dutch Merchants have for a went o the Match was They about half been preferred to of other Nations in the Sale an Hour pail Six in the Crop ran leir Herrings hear they are applying to the which is ten Times round the in about an Hour and a acy of this Place to have that Preference and then in going round the 1 rth Time tumbled r Application is by Mr. from the and was quite knocked up the other alfo was To of United tired as not to be make a or even a fo i. When the fent hither by the Chan they walked round the their Riders on their had the Honour wait upon the People going before them with a Bowl of and a That the Fame of his great Deeds had reached the Lock of Hay tu entice them and by that Time Mr who to his had gone eighty Miles Crop had gone ninety-four v and to the Honour of his Favour and fo that Crop loit hy fix The Crop were Ned in humbly congratulating by on Dillon and Tom and Tom rid the Roan the manner in which he fills the l hrone of his whole N. B. Crop was fold before he for ten The King with him time on the pre- to be delivered as fooB as the Match was dead State of Crim the Number of its and or r matters The King has already ordered On Monday laft Adam another of the to be drawn up to the Chan's which will be the Hon. Edward and is with a for that As to the now in by Vertue of Lord Chief Lee's irt the Audience given Tartarian En- for the faid it was and fimple He was introduced into the A Gentleman who is lately from his and Aid de Camp forms that at in there is a Woolen and a Native of who under- which employs near 2000 Hands under one I the performed the Office of Inter- whom are and die are when he found it could not be with ' thrive where the of bear a high by Monopolizers of July 51. the Man of War of of a Letter from dated i. launched a few Days ago at they have Upon Advice lately received from that they have Kher Ships of the Line on the will the the trading Foreigners m very The Prince of a City ufed to pay far their the as we is arrived at Rochel from our Sujar and has Orders to M. his to that that fince the of the to in his Name all the of this to J are in as a Condition as they weie before pay new j m and that our Commerce there every The frequent Murders at ether Places faffes here for Matter that a Squadron has in the have at lalt a rigorous from Brell j but we can take il to be a whereby the Pope forbids all m his f Men of we rather think it may be a FUet of to wear or bound for or 10 carry Knives about His s L O D O z. and other belonging to the bant that is a Charge to this kother Methods ufed to his one was that of a By Letters from Milan we that the lOx being killed in an outer and the has ordered general Survey to he made of all the of I order to defray the Expence of were taken his was put into the Body of that Dutchy of as they 15 to h- was in the 61U Year of his and the faddle them new 1 in OJ his an approaching War in has been to promote the Hon. Loid Oa laft two very eminent were the Duke of Mr. in of kfe from The CHRISTIAN PAN IT muft be fo Nature is in her leaves her To rule the and her why doth born to in at Art Was he with love of ' Of limpid and and rural To lie in the Town to what End he Of and of Nations T to his riper on important 1 happy Dunkin I in wide Realm for thy Reignell fole Monarch of the Thy Tribute and thy alike at beneath a 8cccfc, In vacant thou attune the J yre To noble to To And their great which nigh we of and each in alternate Of Even Time his and a while Curious to overhear our happier thy candid * Friend and minsy Who retired from the To and to bearded Youth The of anxious adieu in the Prime of can Life Such and fo tempts me To think thiat in tome lucky Refumes her to view And make Atonement for her OJ had thy been the Of rude to Labour; He might a walking of his nor had which robs him Of of and precious Choice Gift of to a thinking gloomy thou of impious I will not to thy fell fatal Of Sea Lovers the who kind Protection from his wealthy Or bungling their Are by fome Or homebred Death In miry their And bleed politely on their neat 'Twas to Eve tHe wily Serpent j And Eve's to her The heroic of But The mental Fever af her ruly ' My not for an this of and ' to their only ' Narrow meaet fur v ' Above the of yen lucid Thy thy lafling Patrimony But that homble Prime Favourite of ard 10 Aloce can lead thee to that -is S n Is c is - mm S S 2 M - o s 3 - 5 Mill 1 i; 1- - - o - m s W C t c 5 -
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