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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 25, 1850, Dublin, Dublin From Tuesday December the 25th, to Saturday the 29th, 1750. Since onr laft arrived One which brought the in which fome Pagan afl a a lo. RE AT taken herein forming for the Good of the A Plan Ucan Owen the Receipt of of is foar Court J Q 2 - o 1 iJ 5 the The was re- to the who decided it in would ' have my Make yours if you -in to the in the We hear appointed a and the Remainder will be given in Coals and tenant in General Regiment of in. the room of the Giver has 2c?-5o5 has within few Days and Peter Mr. Charles an is appointed for rebuilding the Palace of Laft Saturday was came on a Trial at Hicks's berlain of in the of the late Mr. g the Dukes of which was burnt about between William an Officer of the twenty Years ago and that a and Edward for re- Letters from the above Place we are that the rich Abbeys of the Low Countries for a the the Officer when the was drowned in going from that Place and that of their not complying Court fined the Defendant the Sum of Five and to the County of As a private he was they be obliged to pay it in the fame Manner that the fenced him to a Year's in At the much for his many as a French Clergy are forced their in fame Time Dennis who came to in behalf an excellent of the his Death be a to their of which they would be very of the was committed to Bridewell for Lofs to his ling to be to give an We from that the young who has died Mr. an Paltry Ccok ia Dec. 12. It has been that a been fome in was on the Point of being married George's than has been lately held between the ta a young Lady of great aind in that Next the Fifth of Mrs. Hamilton Branch of the Bourbon Family and the Court of and Mrs. Walker will have their At and the King of 325 Barrels of Pickled Hall ih as by hb is of cultivating ahd and cared by the the the and k. 1 at fame Time two Courts a for belonging to the Society of the Free That of at if one may be permitted to judge of fold at the Royal Exchange be- If and given him the all which lie has at his Seat at in the Rt. of this Mixture take one Drachm in the Morning by Order of bis but all to no formerly Preceptor to his Royal the Whire or fail at A certain who is Duke of at his Death to bis Royal 5eafi an Hour and ah after it. This you are to continue of the of the renders ail good in- and a fof three Months in the or ouf of yoa may di- every and is enriching at On laft a Grant the Great Seal unto William the to half a nnd take it ' of the Office of of the of the for nine Months After that it will be to People here who have been greatly at the Court concerning prohibited and take jt every other or twice a This does I I Court's M. de to Venice and they Goods in room of the Right Honourable Stephen confine one to any particular you eat and drink have had good from the Capacity of this you is of great on and Modena in his of a Letter from Dec. 16. Keep this by as it will and the conferences he has not only with the * All Sorts of Grain become dearer every Day in this be printed bat the of has greatly in- City and Places which Rife by For the Or 0-all III and walled Give the two Ounces of Liver of which is Crocus in Oats and Bran 5," every Morning for Days Balls for the of Colds in and capable of overturning Now this a Dayson the levying the in To Cure the Lofs of altogether proper for an Italian more their they at laft came to a to fend to his nefs of to ihe and to fatten ured for and this to be all the with humble and n of fending the Marquis de to a to exempt from that and to accept of an he is as it were into a kind of Siberia for his Equivalent for the Kow they will be at from of who pafs their Time we yet of the People who are of Of all the Taxes in France the to ' the People is the it is not laid fairly and T. L A N D. * ' tably on the in the little Boroughs and ' Dec. Jaft the Remainder of the This is very and produces a great ' for the Chamber of have often been made to bist the that defeated fuch was * N Dec. 20. ia find Ways to a Fund equivalent to the It ' Sir Brother-in-law to the Earl of the ij now ferio of arrived here fome Days ago this the King already remitted five Millions of ' I uo EtK mean this as a Nova having been there to furvey that Livres of the Taille of next and 'tis his who were the Caufe of bringing into make them into a Give one of them in the Morning'S - and ride him after J'S Mr. - intends to leflen this Tax gradually it be entirely fent thti has got amang our As in to the Infirmary in a But they are thus endeavouring to eafe the are their to be People of they arc about for Ways and for y. relieved in that Infirmary that happened Means to as much Money as and to this End they tention to by how much the Ito the of building the talk of a Lottery in the Method of of the moil d this become There is the Weft which that According to Advices dated Dec. 5-. N. S. ' and in toe Trade the Welfare of every Individual iti - W was out uDon a Pirate Ship carried were held that and much Hurry and the All I aim at by giving either you or eht Guns had talien five and it is BuSle was remarked among the Members But as the this is to caution the Publick in regard to one td if not that he would do much Matters debated in Councils are they can I mean as to as happen to die of the In- e % tm * S Hii had received from which are Well known to earned into a Stable few Minutes where of his cern that is Advice from that there are there is a of his taking His the Rev. the de of the French Troops what I therefore would that in - in lately took a tb the to ai far as we are able this Malady from Lately died at tte Town of in the of Fortifications making and that having afterwards tbat all die maybe immediately 5, aica in the Weft Indies Conyers faid to have taken a View of Rodiano and two fina 11 he buried Hyde and in a very deep Hole the and led worth 60 ' alfo ordered fome Works to be made Hence they out hext to be in Jonah aged 112, infer that is not likely to the the as I am credibly informed has been the o has left bne Son in the faid upwards of the French would not take fo ninch nor pat this Misfortune capie upon fyr if a Stop be non Years of Are to fo greata Charge in new in Jpe put to this barbarous JSl gS to wheter ail the .in the Kingdom | ftl S J. of a in 15, may have this to them and A has raged parts of that at the 5 they art all recovered I did not allow to be Sake of the I here 3 in the Stable j be more liable to of of. this catch cold when to the that an The Rivers and the Hills - - i With with iKnd in is no more Glory in her to known to - Rivals in the a as the vou will or quart is two er three Z. Y. in that a Courier the of andin with that the Lords This Afternoon Bank 156 3-Sth5, India 6f Englana Ditto - 103 a 2 Sub. to 3794I. Ditto i Sub. Proportion with regard to the Books BaiSk 103- 2 to the on Sub. tor 1:747, i loc Ditto i Sub. 174.7, Ditto t To Death at once 50 and iThe in the Way To lodge jme Bodies under j -t your | On Sunday 26th of being Prince - Birth Right t Sub. 102. Ditto a of dine at Rofe 4 b I Ditto 2 that thet Small rages greatly Books Ditto 1748 and 1749, 1 102. Sub. 106 3-4rs. a 7-Sths. Three Lord Rofie c that with the Seven per a Ban which Bank 4I. ft is that the Gentlemen that have every ones Three per 106 the Rt Hon. and Hon. the Society Academy having Three 98 3^^th*. fer An- to Mr. before April Opera and 1750, Mails due ' '
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