Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - June 17, 1769, London, Middlesex ' From S A T U R D A June the 17th, to T U E S D A June the 20th,-1769. the 336"; &c. fee the laft i- * Since our laft arrived three which brought the following FOREIGN May 10. * Count de Vaux has lately new in order B to contradict the reports that are circulated to the his intentions towards and to Thew how much has the tranquillity and of the ifland at May 11. The army advanced and encamped upon the The upon the Tenda by the Marquis who upon An officer and were wounded this The Count de who ihe vanguard of the beat them near and killed upwards of 100 whom wis Capt. one of their On the 8th, bout o'clock in the came at the head of all his forces to the left of the He had got upon an when Count marched by towards attacked upwards of 500 and took They would have killed many if the had not blocked up the avenue to the bridge dead If night had not come Paoli's army would have been entirely This prevented the Count de from making a proper advantage of he had May The fate of is unhappily decided in favour of the By the perfidy of a1 large body of who in the heat of When the advices came away the French were battering the of would give no quarters the place could make but a fo that they will be of every in that of. the chief people from here itt Gen with about 6000 into the May 10. 1 The deputies of the government of Milan lately went * de all the effects it. a 100 to each of the monks ' belonging to it far a and committed the nues of that to fome facular * A new has lately been by which all the of Lombardy are forbid to alienate their without the of their May 18. By letters from the environs of we Ruffian the 5 th of this returned to their former gamp en the banks of but return as as Prince Gallitzin had taken the proper to his troops with - * bear from that march of the Ottoman troops which overflowed avail tract of land It is the Grand lately patted the Danube at of his and that a body of 12,000 Turks has been dispatched towards in order to the that The Tartars have remained very the death of their Krim The confederates I proceed in as but their feems to have received a check the of the Ruffian heard that Brigadier with a body of the of the borders of the near at of Miy 15 The unexpected return of the Ruffian army we apprehend render the confederates in a to avail feWei of the protection of the if the under the Grand of thir the June 5. is received from in virtue of resolution of the Dyet of that all the except two the Barons de Walwick and have bean deprived that ind fo psy the extraordinary expences incurred by convening the at any other plate June 1. We have received an the ifle of that Nabob was at the head a numerous and in foil march for the at in order ta undertake the fiege o- that important April 17 We have an account here from of zo or 4hips being ijt from Old with a ntr ber of Several other letters from Jamaica confirm the arrival of the fhips at and one the inhabitants at the in a date of rebellion with and that they intended to Old May 1. 4n of lent from in Capt. by the merchants without and repugnant to by the inhabitants of this a number of the laft and That the faid goods be without opening any of the w hich was complied with by the gentlemen to whom they were ' For of the friends of liberty in this and the they that there net imported in all the fhips ' from than would fill a That the agreement the merchants has been sphered June 12, 13 and 14. It wjs repotted on that the French had all their Mattered forces and had rooted the in a general engagement on the 10th of laft and that they were in of the A private letter from Leghorn mentions that the had laid down that the French had taken of Corte on the 16th and afterwards of the By the iame letter We that Gen. Paoli was not the actions ef the nth apd but that he all his baggage and valuable effects in a felucca bound to By the which came in we are by an article from dated June that a courier arrived there from with an the important that the French army on the of opened the trenches before took that place the pafs that led to it alio having been The French in this attack acknowledge they have loft between 7 and 800 and that 60 of their officers were killed and they made the of the amount to 1200 and pretend to have taken 300 and that Paoli has been forced to feek refuge in the The city of which is in the to have been taken by the is tbe capital The general's the and the court of are in this which is partly at the and partly at the declivity of a in a plain with prodigious high at ihe conflux of two rivers tbe and is fa hemmed in by mountains and narrow that it may be defended by a number of men which gives fts to the bold of the that the above news is who behaved with fuch intrepidity in the affair at & the elder brother of an about 54 years of of and and fo that fee frequently prays four or five hours in the which gives him no little over Mr. Serjeant Glynn made a motion before Lord Chief Wilmot in the court of Common for Lord Hallifax to produce record of Mr. Wilkes's outlawry in that which he had pleaded fnd by had arrived in that from with a that the French had taken of Corte the laft Various are the reports concerning Gen. Paoli's the ifland of fothe fay hf has taktn refuge in others that he is gone to and others affirm that he is actually on his way to The realm or is faid to be his having a of fome to deliver him up to the On Sunday two were taken into for their function at a private in St. they have given each in 500I. and two in for their appearance at the next It is now faid to be but too that the capital of is and the French have in their attempt that That it was on the z 1 it of laft month the French marched a large body of men in which the had but a flender on the appearance of the made but a flight and then abandoned the and retired to the Letters from that the new Pope has appointed Cardinal formerly legate of his principal and of Some late advices from whole fraternity of in lefs than twelve be driven out from every in COUNTRY June 17. Alexander of has remitted the fum of 100!. for the ufe of the Brave On evening a young man coming to this was robbed on the road from to within half a mile of Mile water of 18 guineas and a his buckles and by two one of is a low fellow in a bluejacket and white who a the other he cannot having Been knocked off his and rendered on making when Between eleven and twelve o'clock at a man was robbed on of to be by the above fellow in a This morning was by the Printer to be continued a New edition of NUMBER I. 6%A.) of THE STORY Being Every Man his own UNIVERSAL A judicious Collection of all the An excellent charity fermon in St. Catherine's rev. Dr archdeacon of for of the charity longing to faid at 18s. ' m SUMMER 1769. circuit of City and co. of Londonderry at July Co. of Donegal at Monday 17. Co. of Tyrone at Co. of Fermanagh at Co. of Cavan at Friday 18. Co. of Longford at Aug. 4. Co. of at Monday 7. Entertaining Facetious Merry Lively In the language with Agreeable Curious And Starts 6f Wit of each kind never before printed de- as an Amusement for Leisure a new Method to Cast off infallible Cordi al for Low and an Assistant to the who is continually out and Good and while he is joyous every one This republication in is in compliance with the great has been for the numbers of the former edition fince they been fold off. One at the price of a will be delivered every Saturday till ihe whole is which the public may be will be in id as the whole of this entertaining work is already p inted in four pocket may be had neatly bound for 10s. or for 8 s. 8d. s- This Number 1. 3-A- 5-6. Title to The of the The Generous a The Deaf a The A true of an 7. The Blundering 8. The Duke of Montague's 9. of Ludovico and Honoria a 10. of Tom 11. Story of the of the Man of of Lady 13. Adventures of a Strolling 14. The Farmer robbed by 15. Story and 16. A Place for 17. Story of Tom 18.,Story of 19. Frederick and The Cruel Governor Story of the ill placed a true 23. The 44. Story of Hail the as be given Being extremely of the to ' Whom was before an was immediately fent for and he came to h but the was very for he caught the and died of and contrary to the expectations of every f 4.] The which arrived this contains mention tbe advantages of the French army over the and that great of the daily to the terms mentioned in the King's in-one of letters it is Paoli and his Mother with zoo were gome to Porto in to leave the ifland J and in the to the above it is in Stf article froni dated Jane the 5th, a relation of Count de a - - - - The insertion of could no have a place in eur author cf the lines tin Anthony of can have no to us of when he it was not the of his but ihe that we objected In proof of we not only declare Hill ready to oblige but that the favour will lie on our it he will put tham in a drefs fit to appear before the public The right hon. the Lord Chancellor been to appoint of a of the peace ler the county 01 So far has luxury prevailed among all ranks of people in this c that a molt happened among a fet of who lately to a drum and given at a certain noble houfe in this while tbe family were in the the expence of which amounted to upwards of 50L- Was not this High Life below The 7 th at villains upwards of weight of lead off the roof of St. George's The from this port for arrived there the Tbe cleared out of London for this port the 9th As did alio the Three for and the Eagle for We have an account from Philadelphia that Capt. from this arrived there the of and that the Marquis of arrived there from Londonderry the 3d of We have the to the that his Grace the Duke of ever attentive to the welfare of this kingdom in and of the county of Kildare in which he is has by his recommendation to obtained an order for a company of foot to be Rationed in the town of in order the in fup the riotous who formerly in defiance of the committed in faid town and neighbourhood to the great not only of the peaceable but alfo the annoyance of the public as the great road from Dublin to through laid town of His Grace the Lord Primate will held his triennial fcr the province of and his annual for of Armagh for the year 1769, at the following of at of at of at of at of at Lower part of the of at of at of Down and at Upper part of the of at HENRY Reg. D. The procedure of his Grace Arthur Lord of in the of his triennial for the province of in tbe year of at June zo of at Old zz of at Friday 13 of at - a 8 June 16th.] and his arrived in the from and the Royal with June zo Friday July 7 11 Friday zi zj Friday a8 arrived from the fame 17th.] Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mifs Mr. Byrn and Lenox and arrived in the packet from 18th.] The rev. Dr. dean of and his Philip and Mr. failed in the Pretty for Right hon. Lord J Hon. Mr. Baron George 7 R Redmond - % The fon of of this tow in are at liberty to declare to any has allowed us to mention being cured of the fevere in his by the ufe of man's STOMACH of which a was landed laft Saturday by the printer hereof from the Capt. co. the rev. Mr. Arthur toMit Amelia daughter of John Kiely of co. to Mifs Lieut. pf the 54th to Mifs Comer to Mifs Sandys of an eminent to Mifs Either both of Adam to Mifs filter to Cadwallader of the co. ' - -i The widow of George Staunton late of Gal greatly ihe wife of Michael Richard M. bis march from this city to Mr. John Mr. of this By the laft Foreign advice arrived from that a of KEYSER's celebrated forwarded is for this to the Printer by are daily For the this valuable medicine will be importe immediately from the Doctor he having appointed Jimes his only vender in The SCHEME lately by the Proprietor of now under the conduct o a body of of undoubted property and and from tbe encouragement it has met the public may rely on it. the fame will be faithfully continue to be received at and and at ' NINETY-FIVE PUNCHEONS of the choice Old Antigua landing out of tbe Lovely Jane from Holyhead and will be fold Auction on the on the the that excellent fo approved of for Strength and The teims will be at tbe will begin at jz CORSICAN A let of gentlemen formed into a to port the caufe of LIBERTY and they intend to dine at the in on the 6"th of Colonel JOHN CONYNGHAME in Each gentleman to pay down two guineas at their immediately to be with who in and others who cannot will be admitted ' of the club on paying their at the bar of the or where books are left to infert the Club is founded on a generous to a brave and injured it is to be hoped that will and do honour to their by of their who human by patriotism and By Command of Worshipful and Right Hon. FORD of Grand Mafter of For the Benefit of Free and Accepted On the azd of will be a Grand CONCERT of Vocal tnd The grand with the grand officers and will appear in their jewels and proper according to amies the gardens will be and a large additional 6aa of provided attend the grand round the is. each to begin exactly at fix B. The Milter taking a cold collation at the hour of 3 at Rai where he of the members of all the at that by five in the tickets be being one of the nights Complaints having been made of the of the publication o this it is to acquaint our that the very of The Dublin Mercury puts it out of our power to them early of without forfeiting that title to the public it has been hitherto our ambition to Were we to put the earlier than 11 o'clock on the nights preceding we not that large quantity of news and which has indi ced the publick to and we hope will continue to in greater thaa any other was there to pn of it as early as the other news papers come we molt rially injure force of the poor by not having any papen to ferve fuch as lite in the not give all an equal chanc of fale on account of the large number of them pay we are obliged to make two or three of each papers every delivering the at 7, at 9, and the laft generally about 11 We beg to our indulgent that no be wanting to oblige them with as early a publication as the the and our endeavours to merit the continuance of their favour will We take this opportunity of acquainting the finding much difficulty in calling in the Debts due for arrears on that account amounting at a. very no for the will be in the full for all the be paid on entering the B. The rates of in this peri or demand there is for is as n as that of any other in for FURNITURE and for beauty of patterns and exceed any hitherto to be at a very Ready by Dennis at the Spinning in fome very beautiful India chints and Lenhan bew leave to the his and the the ere entirely having chofe them in particularly careful in he hopes to give all content to who are to favour him with their He is at a ted with every article in the linen Great encouragement all who buy to fell - 1 Now landing on the and felling by Dermott and a ANTIGUA far in quality and flavour to any imported this and laft ta be expected of laft years growth the public have now an of with the bed of The in the Exchange for the year 1768, as alfo aU of the preceding years that are yet will be by Mr. Decy in on every ten two The or New for j by the printer price 4d. is a fize larger ether is neatly printed on a fine tains every particular that they with the other V I. The or Questions in the The ROADS through and from Holyhead lad to Lor - v A Lift of all ths Lords Lieutenants and Deputies of fia the - The Great and an account of This morning was by a As it is at the Price 6fd.