Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - September 9, 1769, London, Middlesex From S A T U R DA September the 9ih, to T U E S DA September the 12th, 1^69. For No. 369; the Since our Uft Arrived three which brought the following FOREIGN | Aug. 11. THE Pope has forbidden his Secretaries publishing even the common lor the lb that we aie at a to knw whit have been with to the differ rences which between the houie of Bourbon and the Holy We that Count de governor general has built a hotel at where he intends to his wife aal daughter ana that Count will return to his own country The regiments of Dauphin and are arrived at Toulon from in a very fickly condition trom a that Several hundred of the who being unwilling to Submit to the ol the had retired into the woods and upon the mo ins where they on have been and forced to Aug. 19. A is arrived this wet k from Civita and has brought ao name is Anthony who had been demanded by the King of Spain ot the late ami was to be The Pope fus to deliver him and he is to be is chains to Aug According to the Uft advices from a fax of iS has jail been on etch for the putting and keeping the roads in gooa Aug. 17. Letters from of the 5th inform that the ot then Still blocked and that the fire of the otn both was not io as it had The we are will loon be in want of The Grand in order 16 interrupt the operations of the had detached a corps of 50,000 who been put to flight by ihe generals Count de Stoffeln The to the number of - - at the fame ti e made a faily but they were loan ob- few days ago a and after dragging him to tha fair green of laid to re-enter the dug a hole and buried him up to bis where he remained for three Aug. A letter from dated Jan. 16", 1769, but was then happily fome of the neighbours who came Our neighbours the have been drubbed by a certain to his and dug him They afterwards took Several I after Seven days killed them between five and fix hundred ( a lofs in thu and at four They are in the but at the fame it h we never the by their craft in they have camped our yet this is in a great owing to the wrong 01 admi at 27. It we may depend on a letter from of the joth of this it is certain that the who calls Lord wanted to burn the port and for the day he was they took a great number ot laden with wood and came along the coall lor ten in order to fet fire to different and by this adds the was made of an infinite number of at St. in in every town in Sept. 4, 5, and 6. * Sir John Lindfay we to fet off his intended voyage to the gulph on Monday the Eail of Egmont attended the levee at St. and had a conference with his On Saturday sight between and nine a luminous appearance was iii the part of the which veered to the and then again to the where it entirely auer with great for a considerable A great number of firemen let imagining theie was Some gieat conflagratio 1. It is worthy of that to of is annexed the title of Sovereign of the Mediterranean lb that his moll trom the of that a right to that of King of the Mediterranean and though it was but a nominal title when by the yet in the of fo a m be considerably and have no 1 a 11 weight with European We hear a letter lately charging thiee great with delinquency reSpecting the late treaty or has made great commotions the people in either it mud an enquiry that cannot to be attended with exi or a rigorous of the who has t rought the If neither of the above events but it be over in the will be apt to conclude there a jull for the * Notwithstanding what has been with a confidential air of its beng agreed that a certain military gentleman vacate his kat next by accepting a we from who that no fuch thing is determined or It is that the gentlemen applied to deliver the his very complied with the and that it vdl be this A letter from 3 gentleman in dated Aug. mentions his having had an interview there with the famous Gen. Their about aq He is rather taller the middle and complexion very that his carriage is and he Italian On Saturday the Earl ol let out for his feat at in 5.J It is thought the publication of Dr. letter will fome to make an immediate lour into It is tlie of a certain h- ti from his feat in was in of the above It has been recommended to a certain to return ti as a continuance in this climate may foon be attended with dangerous letter now the whole Some that will be fatal to two or three at while others that will immediately remove Ives 10 and rifle the of as all agree an enquiry ought to be made into it. On Saturday as foon as the above letter was an was immediately to a certain in the country in the Mr. teacher of the c met twelve liom and four and a third from in the left of It lifes at nearly is fouth at and appears a. tail length is thirty in to the Mr. Dunn remarks as from his own observations is highly that the b riy of comet is. as large as ihe moon ihn it is g to its with a humid Surrounding live miles that its tail is a lucid vapour thirty million in length and that it is now the fame from the lun n our and torty at this time from cur earth ami have made a near to the earth had it cornea month but will pals at too great from us to produce any effect on the cf the nrr will the be in the way o its tail that as the ' iis the matter which forms the tail comes trom is le t behind it in tree and in the That it is highly the planet Venus will receive a trom this of a letter from in dated Aug. 30, brought by this day's The day before a terrible accident happened here a flath of ft 11 that day on the where weight of gu was blew it with a terrible Eight palaces and 97 other were entirely and above 1800 buried under the About 300 were taken alive out of the but all ot them more or wounded the relt were found to death of Spaniards + be f better plea fed 10 fell their wool at that in Ho where the duties are arc than 6.] We are the freeh ilders of a borough in the intend to their to apply for bringing about an immediate enquiry into the of a who has lately been flf the of national in evading to into the to him fome time ago by a certain ' We hear that a certain who is mentioned in a late from Dr. to have been ready to fome in the year o' fome great who were of felling the peace to the Ms long fince declared he was upon by fome designed with to that and 1h.1t he believed the whele to be A correspondent that a gentleman of the medical has lately been the object of much has no Hide in the charge fie has b ought a certain as f me of our Statutes make the who bring an of that for the truth of and on their tailing to prove their make them Subject to very Severe By a gentleman who arrived laft from Harwich we are that the celebrated Gen. Paoli was hourly expected to land theie from and that the inhabitants had determined to the upon tlie firll appearance of that fon of Liberty in this COUNTRY Sept. 4. afternoon his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant patted through this city in his way to the Seat of the rev. the Lord of and and this day his Excellency honoured this city with his He was upon by the Mayor and when recorder of his a very polite His Excellency was entertained at the Mayoralty v Sept. 6, We learn froin Callany that hft number of ii the of that and broke open the of one a poor man who had bought his tythes a out of the fields after riding vey they turn ed looSe the and then DUBLIN Dr. now employs the attention of the reo will be iv Sorted in Isle or Man and Continuation of a. Mr. The dangerous con which have of keen introduced upon libels and the freedom of the in one of our publick call for consideration of every and humane member of I have given you my and as you know my you are at liberty to tell it to every one who to know it. The principles there laid down are theie That every man has a whatever he may think either of or of 44 any and It the be ever fo or injurious either in a or they tire tnd nit be dered as a nor the to the 44 that the charge is not a and that it wag made a malicious nor the recover any damages thin they prove 44 have If be principles for rendering human x hell I Submit to the judgment of d and this is the d of the author of the letter in ihe Freeman's of the ol Far be it from me to that we tver See the true and proper the retrained in ihe as v ith it our c mutt on ihe I ever v. to fee it in its I would red rain its I would its not of an is the cafe in every monarchical but bv thole laws which by our constitution haVe been for the and lor trw Security well-being of Were this to be people might be in a of government eternally and no character could few familiar my Serve to rhic far better than volumes of arguments and as to the abule of private it is a fit ion 1 p. i malevolent out of fome pe font I in publick with Some crime and to be credited of or ihe with whom lor there are two dies one by f for the off every or to provoke others to break the matter contained he true or fait the ot for the injury done In order then to cording to the laid d v n in what not a f for that molt men the pace lucli it the a to bri the the I whether to repair the party ia damages or the he to be in the cafe t but he mull do ti p - e tic o' the What then i- the he is be to and 10 Sor ever and odious in Society I r 1'ie of a of he be as innocent as a babe the is bo n. that in fome cafes a may be and that is by the of a col rary for luppole the had been charged as t particular and in fome particular nnd that the fully prove that he wis 1h.1t time in another fo thit it was he could hive been at the place mentioned in the at the time in he But what would this he muft be ac ording to the doctrine in this re can lay upon the heirt of the to th vi ot the court and and ftww that ac was irom a malicious And then that the jury So this proof rf the of the yet by the in ihe he is not to get one more than the actual damage he prove he bath bnt the damage which m ght have the law ard as it ought to is not to be and So this molt the to go how may but I at the verv as I- am But how will theSe people to be when I that in this of an action for the libelling of a by iur the or is 44 that the 44 or Scandal in the was publ and in an action brought for the defendant mav hv the truth of the yet in an brought for flander in the defendant not be allowed make fuch a no than on an or an at the Suit of the r it rmy in the cafe of the action at law be in ot dam d the of the law in is very for words are often in and of the may quickly die but is 2 deliberate which ir a more dm able and propagates it wider and the greater appearance ot t uth theie in any malicious fo much life more prov king it where ore the intention of the in thus proh biting revenge by is not only to them from to their own and oblige them to refer the of their gi to thoSe whom the law has to e hot alio to prevent the many and which if the laws did not them there being in them a tendency to h ot by the parties injured am. their friends and families to of which it be to bv the laws were 1 day Sir Francis who in town from publick for injur s of which of all others arc it is generally thought for ihe reaSons before that it be better for if the defendant were not indulged to prove the truth of the charge in mitigation of Is it not very hard that a man be and his character brought into from the anger or Spleen o which I believe will be to be the caSe nine times in rather than from any view to the good of the publick and it not alfo be an inlet to the of a fin which has already arrived to fuch a in our as to endanger the Security of all that is worth contending Sor or trom Bolton in New fiad a long conference with the Earl of Weymouth and Several other officers of and to-morrow his excellency will be introduced to his It is that the at is to of 150 which are chiefly to be by per ormers from the theatres in who are to from different parts of the kingdom for that They write from the in order to revive the trade of the Netherlands has nude a free port. This probably ia time be felt by the part in their and And no v let any man his hand to and f y if he that what I have as the law the land is ag or tkat it is not with that true by which the f all arg or is is the true aid proper ot the however the liberty or and ly the pen bad or the extortion and of is among tiie ot a and is the tha be derived from tlie liberty of no man will be hardy enough to that the welfare of ihe has any thing to do with the private transactions or has a tight to tell or flexions his which may him in his Calling ur and force h m into the halls of for the defence of Sis to the ruin perhaps of him and in the expence and Tofs of this to be the I before we experience a total warfare a hell upon Yet I hope it will be that Such an and ought never to bat where there is an A certainty of for government is a and ought be Supported aod by evi ry that wilhes its own Security i But if thole in the aie to liave their com ventured at will of every private can government the rulers of the people are brought into it mult or their authority will be and So in the the cannot be be His grace the of hath collated the rev. Mr. grace's of to tlie livings of KilgU s and with the living of in county of scant by the death of the rev. Dean By letters from d pans of England to fundry merchants there is mnlf harvett that has been in that kingdom theie twenty years pall j that o great i; the of all tf that orders tor any can be d fuch advantageous as muft reduce the price bear at our And hive pic lure 01 thei our traders ot the like agreeable accounts asd where providence has been b io bellowing on them * j than have many Advice is received that the which failed from on the April In is arrived at Limerick with a ot at and The following retd in the church of a few weeks John Thomas and John We hear that the title of of has on a grenad er belonging to the 45th or now quartered in thit kingdom on receiving the agreeable immediately fit oui lor 6ih ] At a walking 1 had his hat fna che 1 off by a who lo immediate ly the gentleman could not fee whom to The Favourite from to is loft iff ihe and crew are 7th,] Two by ihe CounteSs of Kildare's Saw a lilver cup in the on which one oi the boys took off the other's hat and threw it own here the 1 for a pretence to go who immediately went and brought off the Silver but eing he threw the cup over wall oS the h- They were taken e the right hon. the Lord where d to indent and go a in the harbour tor 8th ] The i hon. Lord - Wat but Capt. ami I Mr. and Mrs. Span and F in the Irom Mr. and Halph Walter Richard and 'A ii tarn and Mr. a. rived in Sandwich picket from tor which place She la ied the 3d, with ' and Gro 9:!-,.] Harri Garnet and arrived in the pac from which tailed the with A woman in her kung in her io near A man was t ken up drowned at ihe lower An a rived London S id to be of g eat wus for * a ded to his Excellency he L I The rev. I r. Fulds ami an arrived in the ccr racket from for which the 5th. and Donnellan Sailed in and and her Mils Mrs. Ci To and in the for the 1 me nick of Navan to Mils Sifter to it at e- rge of the co to M Is ot lsid Jt beit Rofs of ri Miff of Mr. James sn t t the Mifs of Corn Mr. Edward ot the Mils Ciu fe ot In in 1 ri In he of of a at houfe the wife of Mr. the v. i e of Mr. j At co. the of i Maihew Nugent of Mr Hyam and Mrs. to the ladies and or 1 hat be at the Curragh races the wh c k they to renew performances the 19th when they I hope for the exert their ur in return lor the j on M the 41 h mil. from Mr. Sherlock's fields on a n in g oil g 1 tr h's mane hut a ci t 00 his Whoever him to Mr in S e. lli have one Guinta ied from en the Capt. F. urey from Rouen a par. I Dr. forwarded from by the to by having tht m is to reduce ihe price tell a what this valuable been formerly fold that to the ei ly f Id f r al. 6"d. may now be hail for as. yd. formei ly f 1-1 is. may be hid tor lis B for 11s. it ay now be h - 5s. 8d. that be the only cerium the inveterate wet or SCURVY ihe Sures or of the and tvi ry other of the 01 as arife * the are Soid ONLY by James Hoey at the in Pasli where a Ui t t. tl may be had the Fills So wel known ad or their r and in peril ft every gree of a certain 1 ro or c 'the public may be excellent medicine to any thing in all or impurity of the having | any cures in Scorbutic e white gouty and rheumatic dec- N. B. As people be too in taking imported medi been proper before Hans 44 Jam s the came day me made article that have 44 lately fold by or t at are now in his p were directly froni and 1 him hy it 44 the tor and of the fail Sworn me thu 7- ti FIFTY HOGSHEADS of choice v e' order tor tlie hi with * in bott e ot 1: TO BE SOLD RY on the 15th in- at the vaults of M. ff. Smith and on The Sale to begin when the terms will As there is to be a of at the on the of September Mr. will in lure laid at is by giving es in the place ot thole which happen tj be 24, 17CT9.