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Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - February 22, 1770, London, Middlesex 1 The M * Dew and are fold only by are * f From tHURSDA February the 22d, to S AT U R D A 24tK, For the No. 431 6tc. lee the laft Since our laft arrived which brought the following 13. E have a report of the arrival of fome Imperial troops at and that the Sardinian are in motion towards Alexandria and &c. which gives many Eight men of war are fitting out at and at and we are ed that the French at Toulon only for filing it is now reported that it is actually Jan. 13. The at this nothing of the of. the Holy Father but we are the February with the of the houfe of Bourbon will and ill the then L O N D Feb. 13, 14, 1$, 16 ami 17. are to that the Spaniards attack Jamaica before the iff of ' are 3.1 fail of the line at the The frigates belonging to Commodore have received orders to fet oat and repair to now a that grace the of few fays as follows 44 As I know you have a to be of robbing houle of Mr. I have now an opportunity of to a feat anil - v any expence to on condition that you give me your word and honour to ' at vote according to yoor the other day between a great and a noble of when the latter gave as his for joining the that ket from v. t 1 * the late changes found in his of ia the morning - ' f other things of tne late changes he found in his of being in the for feme the former replied to You an I created you you gave your word that you and of hever for any wete lodged in We that a hobie it as his that late of the is and with to bf bpt not re to the rights The report of a bresch the dukes of is void The WefT an of their are ii frequent and there appears to It is that a certain hiva fent circular letters country to as had t Bbrown ont ifi was addrel to which credit will be married to Mil's 4,hat the court of feem feje of ihe Ruffian it be attacked by which had the holding divers ' The following is is the genuine Mr. haying 19th of It hasj Jb altered his with the great Being heed ef a of by a great was welf ex- t of being gratified by Lord te fend his c i b ti hat when Mr. thu had the he was likely to Mr. yes my there doubt if en the right had no fooner quitted the than his turned on the other and gave a fudden by he was of. receiving any farther It appears that the very morning he accepted the his briber Lord the M. waited and wld feals would be offered to but they fo them at faying that he would certainly at a acceptance be more honourable his that if they were offered refute when he was fent ft r to he the to and calling upon his brother on his apologize for his there met with the ML of when he received a rebuke from them that from that moment he upon hU own He tried the of brandy to and had to this that this hanged a that he a man to ride to Edinburgh and back again in lets time than or dots ia that be His toyil the of it is the ' army j and the buke of be appointed Lord High Admiral of Great with ' It is that the whether of a on an order for attendance by a i a warrant rut his m.a. - - Madrid been given to fit out 16 forces to be will great a at the levee on and was to of him than of any at ' of the majority on Monday has who give party gains but we have authority to a re now of obtaining an 14.] We are are to the recruiting parties in the puts of tor advancing the in order to excite the country people with emulation to that right hon. Eail Percy not yet his There were full eft houfe of commons on Monday night that has been known for years 451 members being the majority and the as Lord accounts Were laid before Lbe Baans of the In the upper room of apolitical bets were 81 to 41, on a popular We are that a great is determined for the future to his own * * that his grace the Duke of Grafton fince his ot the pod of fir ft loro the a of 4000I. per his as a mark regard lor his and he high in which his and It is confidently that Francis late governor of has the grant a of 600I. per ann. bets are laid at the of the that the Duke of Lord the Marquis of and Lord will be at the head ot the before the month of April Some clergymen are after copied all the legible in the trom which great infight is expected to be given relative to the law of The wiji be kept for fome 15.] A patriot eail took oc on 44 to compare to rhe matters of who not only the fevered on their but made it a matter of wonder that their chains Accounts from Vienna that has been received that the Card v. ill put him ft If at the head or his early in the anil ihe moll powers in engaged to hin with io the il the commence in the x It is 1 fome very are received from our 1'pwb and rders have been lent from of Madrid to fit all ea harbours with the and th it the like had been and the Earl of was in conference with a great for more than an hour the under was 10 to lome the 16.] This day Jm went to the houfe ot and gave the roval the for granting an aid of 3s. in the pound to be railed in Great for ihe lervice of the 1770, and to other public In con of the thoughts of an approaching in power are lor in the army and A certain not fat from joined the The French at narrowly with bis attacked by the who oat ' kill kill he is the all our We bear Lord Hertford has his place as lord chamberlain to his that Richard has his place as attorney general Richard we called to the in the room of Gen. who hns from 12th, Die I * committee on the petition of the merchants trading to is deterred till the aid The a of the A motion was made and the being leave to bring in a for better the freedom of elections 01 members to ferve in certain employed in the collection and management of his revenue from giving votes at futh The committee - 180 - 163 We earn from that the Duke of governor of a few weeks in one of his qt was treated by the populace at for attempting to drive his coach and four in the of that attended by eight this parade allowed only the governor of as a mark of particular A lord in a letter lib be for determined Mr. Verke change hij and the It is that a late of brought on his death in which had become by keeping a carriage and The reports an approaching war are now than and we are well that orders are lent to and Plymouth for fitting out men of Lord North publicly declared on Monday that 14 nothing but his f will make him quit his as he the to as fo many who being driven from their intended in flight made a tremendous that frighten children and old but by judicious pet was a good as it proclaimed their which mull make the hearts of of The natural army of any German is under When they exceed it either fails heavy on or they mutt twenty Guinea and in bot or be taken h At the Eagle the their with the and filver new Various and for a of hive Wade the to thole re to honour them with then London is important the of which have been already The French are preparing a miliary at as is or two in cafe of From this of their providing an fer it looks they thought they in- t. * 6S'r*rchfe':frirt' the the which fro feon to who had greatly in btK * 17.3 We hear that a new at bis wbV tHar ' the t And who ma a figure in Chevy The of in the turnip V The patriotic iw nf a Negro the iof American Daves that are to accompany n Z ' ' ' ' Sir in an ' The of ' And the ro- appear drefs with while no well will be invented ' their and a the very honourable the general of the to the with the marks of ot ned A lady tn. is a coalition between the of pai 1 V The of 1>ilrtnp of at- his arid had a long with it is thought of was the caufe depending in. rial court ol between Lord and His 1-i-y^ ' The grand which was to be is deferred till very warm debates having ona According to advices from the are not yet without maintaining their all the power of One in their favour that the federal of Europe are divided about fome being for continuing the others lor of a fetter from a at Feb 9. 44 between one and two aV I was travelling on near in a florm and lb vi I found it impracticable to proceed over the made His mail to B. is D AC Y. ihr levers Mr. the r Wife Mifs With To be Opera of the and performed in Mr. Manon for the and to O'Neill ' of Whiter for the of of the ' M on the remote laws as on many i of will be ' or the 40^^j(|d^ijjp^e^-^a^ light in tne ro proceed over the mane and tenements m the belt or my way to where I was foon informed by tome in nf the city gentlemen aid two two of h jufe fn leafe to Mrs. known Two Green fet to to rot to with th or mortgage of Thowas by for the am a in the of haf ton they in equal wrght with the their wiy to that they had undergone great in going over Chervil the overpowered the to Inch a they houfe fet to Mr. to would not go and in the one of the coachmen was off ami all whorn it rot to treat with from his this the fears of the ladies and gentlemen not a mas the or - howe they let windows of the to make way for wind si it cime to a free through lat an till they were to get to try tar n but in and the were in great quite to in lemency of the wind and one of the in endeavouring to prevent the ladies from being quite blown loft his and was blown from his companions 150 where he lay till came with the at length they made on nsv Am walk to not being J ' ' - of both the Immediately be let from the zeth of the and J under term that may be agreed 10 to incapable of either feeing or account of on his recovery from the with travellers above an hour and a and let the whole purely recovered and the being much the people of the village and the c en were getting their carriage off the which they found to attempt D IR B- L I N the printer hereof 19. 4%i. with 61. he received before by makes 10s. 3-|d, tor the family lately in this Letters have the appointing the right hon. Lord the county of The from Dublin to is loft off Long It is feared that but little of the will be It is that every foul on board as ihe took to their and were not heard of eight days alter A from Yarmouth to this with was and the mate and one hand were By the laft packet there is that on the the from Wells to this w. is drove near The failed from for this port The John and frum this that of London the loth ] At the of Oyer and Patrick Barlow in be The land choke or the tenant to be declared the aoth day of March Oil Gorman of near will give t TO be during the minority and el left now about the age of fix and to be ' ately ' a good knowp hy wilh a d yard and a back houle lately built called the n good and an excellent for that requires linen to in T the and guardian to There are Sundry furniture on which weie the 0/ faid John Deane to be TO br at on near j three miles nd a from the 34 actes of 23* of lately houlet a in. with every kind of out all in choice aft of die and in or at Mr. James Patrick at will r. TO be a large houfe in
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