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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 7, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin t t From SATURDAY January the to TUESDAY Janmry the ioth A Continuation of the laft Pacqueis December TH E Officers otttie Hofpital for accufed and eonvided of having bee a the Caofe of feveral Sick Peoples Death in have been fen te need to Death by the which the King eftabliihed for trying them hisJWajefty has trad theGoodneft to change theSen tencc into Imprifonroent for and accordingly they were pal on board a Sloop laft in order to be Traufportcd to where they are to remain foot op in the The ComrmfTaries that aflem Wed in ites City from the King and Republick ot Po the Crown of Raffia and the new Duke of Coor have agreed upon the following Regulations a mongft which havefince been approved of by the Parties The new Duke of in quality of Feoda tory of the King and the Republick of fhail be obliged to go in Pcribn Eo War to take Che Oath of Fidelity and Homage to He hall oblige in that not to lubmil to any foreign or neighbouring Power to maintain the Dutchies ofCourland and Semegafiia in the State of Union they are in at and not difmeroberorgiveup any put of them wbatfoever j to pay oft a the Debts contracted on the Allo dial Effcds and Domains of both Ihofe without having any Right to pretend to any Reim bur Reftitmion or Indemnity on thai Thepublick Bxercifeot the Roman Catholick Re flial not only be allowed in Courland and bat the Perfons profeffiag it fliall have a Right to rebuild the ancieat Churches of that and build new The Ecclefiaftical Revenues which haft belong to Churches hill be free irom all Imports and all poblick The Subjeds profe fling the Roman Catholick Re hall be admittted to the Pods and Employ ments of the Country with as much Right as the 1 The Duke fhall alfo maintain the latter in the free Exercife of their caafe twe Chuahes to be reftored to them which they have reqaeftcd to be put in pofleflion of and furnifli tftem a Sum of Money fafficieai to build one for them at The Dutchies of Courland and SsmigaUia fhali be Foot loo HoriiMo tbe Republick of Poland when ibe is in a A Treaty fliallberaade with the Court of Pcterf burgh for fettling the Number of Troops to be poi into thofc and the QLuacters to be afiigaed for The Nobles of Poland or Lithuania that poflefs any Revenues or Fiefs in the two States above enjoy the fame Privileges that the Na tives of Courland patticulaily the Right cf appealing in the laft Reiort to the King and Repub lick of TheToles and UtWuanlttfs defatnef IVi Toners la Courland and hall be fet at without having the Proceedings begun again it cheat brought to an or forming any other Pmea lions againfl It hall not be in the Dukes Power to grant the Right of but he fhall bi obliged to refer thofe that foil icil for it to the Diet of c The Convention mide in between Kiflg Stephen Battbri and Frederick King of fhall be executed in refptft to the Prefervatiou the Privileges and Liberties attached to the Diitri The Crown of RulCa being willing to favour the 4 new in regard to the Pre ten lions formed by c his confept that the Subjects of Coorf land and Semigallia hall have the Property of half the and freely enjoy the Salmon Fiihery i The lame Power is alfo difpofed to rcftore the c Idinds of Spiel and others fitaatcd ia c the Gulph of the Reftiiuiion of which has been as having been part of the belonging ro the Dukes of 1 Befides the Engagements abovementioned to be performed by the new he fhall oblige 1 not to diHurb the Navigation of and to fup pretsthe extraordinary Duties levied upon the Ruf fian Commodities in In he fhaJl promife to procure the Reftitatiop of the Artillery and other Efleds which the Swedilh Troops carried out of Courland durisg the laft Warf and tranfported to They write from the Haguev that a Conference will beheld si that Afiaksof Juliers and Bergaci as ban as the the King of Great 4o thr of ffitdeapotf the Refolution of the States Gtaerali tafcca of Advices from Antwerp wiil alfo be foon held at that upon tbe Execution ot thtBarritr wi forming f 00
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