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Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - December 7, 1769, London, Middlesex D A Yr tlie 7th, to SATU R DA December the f 6ti*k in the The de mi The within volar of 4,2^5iNBWW5 carried into 1 Vaw beteg informal of ordered the - fca of the King of 5�*�^*ifcfijii&re Uxe of Signor tnd on will and the 8wi& the head nt of of four him to Spring his in the Jie frittered to go dWJ and was to that aot with French the window which looked port. The in LOTTERY for for the year 1769,-drMftii the managers at - Prizes No. 18349, No. 15516, 15113, 500I. No. 39^^ 33756, 15908, 7.739, 16335, 10501, no. 4645*, 54973, 4u& 18571, be had for prises in the or Ex filings CO II T R Y. K t Dec. 4. Wl a up to near by which were For the of Tee the third This the Printer hereof price 944. of a the ff and of various Nations in Africa and from the of M- Le Envoy to the and lew of the of 1 - axe the at faid for one per til DESY in wijt TICKETS peony per number where TICKETS mM 6e>M^ 5T1b^�K�U^ at the Heed is tenm their the and their Id and Mr. Mr. Gold 4eog*4tt, Sec. of their to she abd of the n 4tihf to * e Soldi ta it and intentions cf aoc would better paper he to io his ' One night clergyman j of bjs and three or 6arf His has tahn flit Lieutenant William At the the iff t and K. to of the the receipt of of Mrtv for which her to r from every of made ifl 1 JaV and lueer in the their with the W to in the tnd inferior to Thia W were IHM it ia irt it immediate itt thai can Le or tad in a few tines at Wa r 1 c 1 a l Sr the cure ot the only t* the ' ' cry mne we e between treaty Ote of who pkee for of i f. Aire that * Aviral armed s lo rof - ' WHer to ia of 1 in. tKe tp i wilb Mr. j. Hon h i p n r w a the 4* performed packet picket and new from the that the neb that with and many ether heretofore Croat the lies ill st oat Francis Arrived Letters are to be two right to which reports ot their ill of are 0 i their at under no other to native ft they have but little of it and well known among the under th tide of la Maladie de The day before Sir ibid out the he informed the he had received to they to or ito and he concluded with be it his duty to who fold it is faid the Earl of our has alio 1" td out a We that orders are n tor fining pot Or with all lor are Bills were day flu k up at the rny sir lor men ito man eight Letters that the French bfd tett the of and that the was arrived at left the hj * A dated Sept. his haini really believe warm f-r the of the over he no very He has tried every 10 heal the are It nad from by hi their from country and Joined to of American are enough to make any thinking man There is not the to imagine that the Grand Dp ke of wHf ever be of the ifland of for timber which that the hell timber in the and as the are making the title of Lords of all the in 'n an amazing 0B�ntiiy will be for before any is given to ihe of of to another letters frm that all the violent bickerings in the continues to be there tn its foil pi Laft night many proprietors of India to the number of near 200, at the tavern in where a committee of thirty gentlemen were chofen to the hoofe and the independence of the The petition is about from to and generaly with a very cold Three are employed in fhis aie called the the and the The the the takes it opon his and the third his filled with to rub ont the which the petitioners generally after The above are ami paid and each per by a patriotic zeal in the glorious has to haito with copies of leveral beea We ire has coft patriotic dealer no a fum than twelve bread the above who her been we are that they The Royal and woohy impeded the end a J which his to order to be the 7th.]' A was performed at which were and of The arrived from Mrs. Mifs Mr. Mrs. two and 8 A old had his by of falling off a car on the and John Marion had leg hj f U a they were carried to a n t r tr w 8. Wilg from the ot 4tt^% tne of 4.-colliers, and J and 8e8� of f rum j thv of t' e Ha pt of i I m a wife and ur is the Weft of poverty hjp a the family fame to which they parted with even and now Jet quite and if not relieved by the hv Mr aod ns will he received in Who MIC a formidable The number of a quarter of in to be an nd 4i> loon as he landed a none Mr. is Catherine O Brien of Mr. to Green of and or the to Mil's Wheeler of the d fon of the Earl of to Mil's Fi of Colonel and grand daughter to the late Lord by the this amiable the of her in the of and mort with in and that one of ibf ft in this The teren ony was rmed by the of and immediately after tie married couple let out a retinue for the feat or Earl ol In the wi e of Mr. Peter Mr. and the wile of Mr. James nti been mane of the of the publication of his it is tw acquaint our that the very fale of The Dublin pots it out of our power to oblige by early of without forfeiting thai title to the public which it hitherto our to Were we to put the earlier than 11 o'clock on the preceding we not large quantity of news and which has the public to we hope continue to this in greaer than any other was there to of it as early as the other news papers corpe we rnuft injure fonte the by ntt having any papers to fuch as ft and late in the not give all an equal chance of account of the large number of them pay we are obliged two or three of each pipers every delivering the fu O at 7, the fecond t 9^. and the laft generally about it We beg to a flu re onr indulgent that no endeavours he tu oblige with as early a as the of the and oar endeavours to merit the continuance of their Will it. We tske unity of the that finding much in calling ia the Dears due lor on that account amounting at to a very no for ihe will be taken iu thf full money for sll the be paid on entering B. The rates in this the demand there is for is as as that cf apy in NOW felling by by Robert the entire fto k trade of Mrs. at her ia is new retiring the and of ard black and while and fuits of blond black blond and filk gloves and Italian cope Indian and war and and velvet and and hat a few pair of to be or the pait of or the of the thereof to be of which there are together wth an excellent good in the in forty-five feet by three and dry that will contain about forty tons of The &c. is very for a Urge private or any in the The concerns pounds yearly Pm of faid and vaults lei and for fome years for upwards of thirty pounds a year to tenants at B. Mrs. Ivers having imported all the above the public may depend on their being of the beft and alfa made up in the and Thomas wii continue to deal in as on the lowed Novembe 18th, 1709. TICKETS are felling at in where MONEY fay y auu IB the their m 1 w R 0 C O $ is of who hava feeh molt parts of the tnd the n oft celebrated of art they that the greatly excels every of the even in Anions farm as for of theif Ihe magnificence of the ew of of its the excellency of its tbe elegance ot i s the render it the of the who w li meet that will the r le c n be in Adm at oni every day It the if and two again at in the Of the proprietor may be price account of sll the of that with a cf LAR with poetical ' mud approved authors on that c print of the To he fold by the Uth of Room in Great a in the mercery goodY are fold The fale Wcr to be 1 fold u The fale 1* rl nil the whole of. Good fires ol the Per be fold by on the r. the of of a back on tie of St. known by the 6g\\ of Patrick of thirteen years unexpired from the 44th and only d il rent of 44I. per fl. S id is a good landing for Tie to be lei up at ia Terms to be declared at the ABlack made with a It ge and Bis tw hind feet was left at thp Ganer ion in on Friday the of this Whoever their may have the and Gentleman is willing to lay out Five Hundred Pounds iaa Civil Direct to G. L. L. at the printer's be tf FEW very large and elegant Turkey lately imported from to be fold at at the blue door in Moor TRINITY COLL AT the anatomical on Friday the 8th at will trin to I.e a on the theora of midwifery in which the various means of aff Ming in plicated will and to witch the mod frequently incident to women by John Charles M. D. EDWARD AT his Stiff in near trie is lately returned from &c where he has then laying in his annual of every article in the Grafs and Seed La and white with fir ef different kinds 5 |H of and Dutch jea 6tc Hr to the public for their moll years aftures that price of his their Jhall he his only to that kind which he has long Flower tnd tree garden hemp aa This was by the printer x 4a, 4I 3s, 3d. Mf the Gentleman who did which '
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