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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 21, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin bj From SATURDAY yoswry the 31 to TUESDAY Jamuryithe This Court has received Ad vice j Since tnv la ft arrived fene Biitilh which that tnePiagoe wilh which twelve Villages were brotmht oue and one Holland in begins Df f Count Emperors December having made preffing has great Hopes of the Confenl of the States Co the Loan of two Remarkable Robbery has been Millions which his Imperial Majefty would borrow id mi tied at ar Palace of the King of this Country But the Event is Portugals Brother Don the Duke dc Bouillon went the As that Piioce was banting fome hft Week 10 and acquainted the King Weeks ago at fome Rob with the News of the Death of the Prince Sobieski bis ben foundMeansduring thatprinces Father in Law j and on the i4th tfie Dotchefs to get into his who is the Princes and fucceeds to tale a way ail his Jewels out ot his But a confidcrablc went into ton ter his and a Clafp adorned with forty froall Janl We bad laft at the Clofe Rofe and eleven larger ones a Siring to of tfee and a Continuance of it tor fooieHours confiding of three hundred and inthe fucb a violent Storm of Hail feventy fome cut after the Manner of and that the like has not been felt fince be greae andoibeis two Buttons for the confiding November Siorm in Af the Kings Watch each of a a Sword Hilt garniihed wiihtwd boo feat the Water never flowed fo high fince hundred Diamonds a Hanger with a Handle of that till when it came within four oc adorned with two hundred sod ieventy five laches of the Mark tbeo made in the fame Hoofej and fifty nine Rubies be fides 50 Diamonds and three the Cuftomhoufe Boat which came from and Rubies which garmfhthe Bow of it and fefemy three divers were in Danger of being loft on the Lee Buttons for a each of which confided of shiny being fevcral times on but got off j Jeven fmall Rofe Diamonds At the Jame time there A Lighter laden with Faggots is Toe Haw j were ftolc fourteen Rofe Diamonds that were not fet Cole who is fick oo Shore bound to i a Topaz incioled in a Veflel of Rock Chryftal Cape de Verde Iflinds and is drove oo JJ ad or ad with and a Gold re Marfli in Glouceftedhirc and its doubtful I preTenting Ibeil get off The King David bound to i The Curtzchy or was drove upon her Moorings ia the chief ot the was executed here fome Time Hole upon Cannons belonging to CU ago by order of the Porte He wasaccufed of holding but got ojftbe next Morning with much a Correfpondence with the Kyaya of the late Grind The and the Qjicca who was beheaded at the Army when that drove on Shore in SeaMills the former is got ofil Prime Minifter was This Curtzchy Bachi All the Low Laads ia Glduccfterfhirc aadSommerfet wasimmenfely and all his Eftate and Wealth hire Sides have been and abundance have been confilcited to the Grand A new waihd off and and large Tax has been laid upon the Inhabitants of this Metrotitles ot Timber bare been feeo floating io the polis and ail ihe principal Cities in the Empire j a Toby one of the oldefl Boa imeo of the is great Number of Troops and Recruits are fending and his Body Tis feard many o way every Day by the Black lor the grand Sigthers have fufiered the fame The Water broke nots Armies in and towards the Frontiers in over the SeaBanks in the Hot Weil Meads with of Poland and Tar tat and feveral Bafhaws whofe fucb that Jcveral Garden Walls were tbrowa Merit is known have been recalled from their in and other Damage done to that Neighbour order to be employed in thole Prince The Low Lands in Barton Regis have been fa gotski is till here great Honout s are paid and that abundance of Sheep were drowned the Grand Signior has orderd a Party of Janiflaries to The Frcfhes occafioned by the Rain aad roonat Guard before the Pahce wbicb his Highnefs joined with the Rapidity of the Tidesv have has made him a Prefeot done incredible Damage to this by the overflow They write fiom that ing of thofe Cellars and Houfes near the Wa fts tbe Cardinal has ter particularly oo the it earned 35 we a re lenied a memorial to the with a Scheme for upwards of forty Hog heads of Oil preveiuiflg the Increafe of tbe Proteftant Religion ifl longing to feveral Merchants of this Damage ihe Hereditary Dominions of ttie Route of amounting to fevcral hundred Poaads j alfo a large Number
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