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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 18, 1850, Dublin, Dublin RGB Dublin From Tuesday September the to Saturday September the 22d, 1750. there other here for Grand Signor being inclined to and the People Time than what is common at and the eager for a It is that his has fome great this Time of the Year by the People's eating G E R M A N Y. Scheme upon the for improving the of Port 55 too much without the of Sept. 7. According to Letters from divers of in and for encouraging - J g 3jg g M - 2 bolb the People at enjoy at Italy as being at the Eve of a which will give it of this new inio of his One of our Galleys returned into and has quite a new for the Courts and own as well as the common Benefit of his brought with her a French Tartan loaded with which ver ufing their Endeavours at divers Courts of the which are Points equally by all wife took two ago off and the floats at Tangiers to get the Dignity of King of the Romans We informed from that one George a have alfo brought in a Ship with on the are taking at other Journeyman of that died there lately Aug. 29. The it it to for driving the Germans out of and giving Kings to The Caufe is to his taking off the Skin of a Bike a Promotion of four and it is reported that Lombardy and mad and putting the Knife into his the Cardinal dc Bourboni Infam of is determined to Sept. 12. to our M Intelligence from fince died the Hon. and Rev. Sir Charles Cor- the Cardinal to Matters Hill appear in there Bart of Stoke in He was the Son of the Sept. 1. been to the is no Probability of our enjoying his before late Sir Robert who died in 1740, and of the Lady in Ports of this to all the Imperial Fleet as the End of the Jane his Sifter to Charles of Eaft arrive bat not to the Sept. 18. The laft Letters from wich in Efty By his the Dignity of an ' that M. Envoy Extraordinary from the which was conferred on his Sir John Sept. They write from that Kingof has lately had a private Conference with the of the fame by King Charles I. in the Third Year of his W Sluices fbr the Canal which to open a Communication Great Chancellor Count and him a De- is become in this Line of that 5 the two Were very far concerning the the Norths whick which is of very great having been 11 I Sept. 15. Sir Charles Hanbury his tion is of a Piece with that which was made foine Time ago to in for many and bearing Coat | and Plenipotentiary at They that the Chancellor and frequently intermarrying with arrived here on the 13th from it very and only faid he would lay it before ble The which is very devolves s Sept. 16. We hear from that the the and let him know her Im- hij fix Sifters and Imperial Count has given the Mi- of a Letter from dated Sept. 8. the of the Defire his Court fome Letters from Italy may iris has td in in an amicable the Sept. 18. This Week a very Piece has been that the Court of Vienna feems to be ignorant of every Thing which between and the Clergy of General that at Rome and at Venice in to the Sept. 17. We from that the Wy will in a few of as it appears to by the that Place do ijot advance fo faft as could high Strain wherein the does not half fo Jm who have undertaken the feme having been Sept. 17. Letters from Leghorn that the much perplex the good at the rigorous w u s w 1 15 m 1^* went to their from Nine n the Morning in the and as the Debates 'tis believed is three He as was at The feme 6y, that was there incognito on march d nd three Weeks at the Palace during Sept. The King to Ac of the Kinf of and to good the two we are his will foon nominate a to on his fart at the Court ' ' P O R T U GAL. the beft there has been a larger Clip Sept. 13. At oar laft there the Nation this knoW aboat 2goo Bags of new upwards of Sjoo of On the were bought up that DaVj and the Prices werfe from on the Body the who was 1051. 5s. Number of by Ry ^t on Dealers wierc in Town thaii had been Years Saturday and brought Verdia and a Growth of finer Hops has been produced And we hear that he will be tried of James the for Years Old Hops fold from ' ' - - - -' ' ' ' - 41. There was a great the which from Ships that trade to for the to a a 5 fi The aith of kft Sept. On Friday the Right Hon. Sir Peter pay their Broker for their in that but 5-f here from the his and arrived in this Town 30 of 4jLivres, which has been & of our and grappled was the Sale ofthe pickled man formerly for the Services he rendered at the Royid Exchange Coffee Houfe the Numbers of our carried into France during - j - our captain naa out Number a Squadron of Men of under the Com- g| fared into her at and i a Spirit was mand of faU to that he damped the -J Advantages By a private Utter from we J Bidders the 11��>B�� of that the to the Chamber of towards H. and ng on the Herring to p j -i il at tSc Rate of That the Crop of Wheat ia that b fo extra- Jl 14�- 4 at the Rate ot twenty of more on con provided with killing and tumbling the reft Height that be into our but immediately and was knocked overboard into J J about half an wc about joo ibut can fay nothing as to the Number of we reckon only Men and not Eight tht It - and i Stop for the amf tHeft Daughter V W ft ' T* in which fome Kind of Spinu rf U of are to be ty from in
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