Friday, March 28, 1710

Dublin Gazette

Location: Dublin, Dublin

Page: 1

Other pages in this edition:

1 2 3

Who (or what) are you looking for?

Find old articles about anyone, in the World’s Largest Newspaper Archive!

Other Newspapers from Dublin, Dublin

Loading...

Other Editions from Friday, March 28, 1710

Loading...

Text Content of Page 1 of Dublin Gazette on Friday, March 28, 1710

Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1810, Dublin, Dublin The DoBtm bp to Satarday Afrtl that they ftifl confift ofocoo Fodt and 2do A P R O G L A M A T 1 O Francis Euttace the former ly of Caftleniore in the County of the City of Aged Twen did on Sixth of this Inftant AtaSfrrAH iWfo tfivfw fcr Seven or Eight Stabs or tilth aSwvd vfalftfie lay in her of which Wounds and cis Eaftace made bis bis Beeches Francis Euftace jbould be brought to have thought jt to tbu Our hereby Iritkly Charging and Commanding irj andalfoaUMagijtrates where the faid Euftace tiefound as Mfo all tvContiables and all other Her j all other Ming their ioWbtndibt Bodyo the faid Francis end brought the Encouragement of fuch Perfontus foall Apprehend the faid j We iry 6r4m the Payment of One Hundred Pounds to fab or Pfrfons asjbaO Apprehend and broushtto vbicb faid Sum Hundred Mbefortfaitb Paid to the Perjonorftrjonsjo the faid Francis Euftace as ajorejaidy the Clerk Qf the And We do hereby further That tf any Per fon or ferfom fall at anytime hereafter Conceal or Deceive the hid Francis terfrnor PerfonifiaU be Proved for utmoft Xgour of 1 March They begin to talk at Court of the Negotiations of Peace with more Uncertainty than they But they leem per fiiaded that the Allies win at la ft confent to a Sort of Partition of theSpanifli Monarchy And rather the becaufe King Philip continues to pat himlelf in a Condition to maintain his Ground The Arrival of the Flotilla at Cadi the gd has occafioiid a great Joyat The fame confifts of 9 having a gfeat Treafure on Board whereof the greateft Part belongs to the The Triton arid 2 French Ships of 70 Guns came in Company of the faid King Philip feems refolvd to command his Army in and has named the LieutenantGenerals to ferve under The Mafjhal de Harcoun is upon his Departufe for to command agaia our Army on the Rhine but thb King has not yet de who is to be General of his Forces in the Five great Men of War are fa ild from Toulon to meet the Corn Fleet from the March On Monday art Exprefs from the French Miiiifters went through this Place for and is to return on Saturday with the pofitive Orders to the Brufiels The Gommiffaries of the States areacluaHy reviewing their Forces 5 and the Troops of the Alliesare to march out of their Quar the ibth of to open the The Allies continue to fortify Wametori without any The French have filled their their and Canton fome of their but are in great want of Meflieurs Buys fen had on the 21 ft and 22d feveral Conferences with the Plenipotenriarici of and being returned on reported that theTaid had nor offered any Equivalent for the 7th Article of the but propofed again a off of the Spantfh of which they offei d feveral the Paid Deputies repeated what they had declared in thfeFifft only toear WharExptoy had to Article the m Thefe the French were communicated in the firftPlace to the of Given i March W God Save the The Stages to the feveral Provinces of the Repub Yhe Miniftefs of the Emperor oppofe all mannerof as cdnfrary to theTreatiesdf Afltftittfe ancT to the The Trerich Tien ipotehtiaHes have ienranExpreftfe upon j 10 cnac tuc nrcutu of tte March lidfi cm 4fie after the great there and we the Tranifpofbiand Menjo ir that wereLtfiere to kf T 1 t receive ither Sun i L L X J cmnrnot carlcy We Jhad in the late Fight about 8000 Men Rill Otrr fl n ppepating to jpaign will begin moriaft the feveral Schemes by arid or oh the Cbaft bf ferslrbm Pbtlip will take the FieH in PerfonVthat 4 Generals are to Command under hiin is to tne Demartds

1 2 3