Dublin Gazette, February 28, 1737

Dublin Gazette

February 28, 1737

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Issue date: Thursday, February 28, 1737

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Monday, February 25, 1737

Next edition: Monday, March 4, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 28, 1837, Dublin, Dublin From TUESDAY to SATURDAY the A Continuation of the laft m order to proceed with tbe fald to f I OUNT tf By Letters from dated tbe 13 th by the Way webave that ihe JaftanE died there Lieutenant Lieo of an Indeprodast Company oflnvalWsat that tluik Genoral fc order wtith prefVs MinjfWc the Campaign ibttt it fc doubted wNihtftJiB Witt Veldt foaffoal Cppntde Munich here when be bisBxeellency being oot forthwith for the Army ia order to open the Campaign very n The Inftftt a folemn Service L I was performed ia Prefeocrof a Kobi licv 91 the Theatins for of the Soql of the Dttkeof and that this Occapoa Ibe Chareh was tmngjn Black to the very with leveral Stripes ol on which were fixed the Efcutebepns of tjie Arils of the Malaria Family and that Ihe Church was iiiuoairiaud eight hundred They fay the fixpc nee ot the Service m r amounts to abowe twenty thpafaDd f tSJ The old Aat thoogh ao great InVemors aie the belt of otbec Peoples is verified by a Irefh in the Par lib of Giless in the and other Parts of the Towirv where feteralShop keep I Dealers in Spirituous obfer ving the W oa performM by the Figures the Droggift and Black moor pouriag out baye tbero tq their pwn great The Wajr is the Poyer comes foto the tfnify and cries and is immediaie A Drawer ly by a Voice from witbm is thruft into which which when drawn is ibon afur tbrnftout agam with the Qpanttty of Gin requited the MatKr o this new loiproveoient in remaining all the while 9 whereby al Ia formations arc De and the of theGin His Grace Duke ot Argyll and Greenwich has purcbafed one of the New Houfes in New Briton near for 8000 j Tharfday Nathaniel Deputy Cover par of the fet out liQiae in for for the Recover y Oa Irbarfday George Commander ih ior rrif the laft Letters rVpm Philadelphia they writef that Ci of Hojljo fell from on board ithe George and in the iflDela and was On Wednefday bft John Mufffr Car penter of his Majeftys Yard at had Honour to lay before the Honourable Committee ia We ft mi his Schemes or Models for i Stone or Timber intended at Hkewife his Methods for Dams and where hi gave great Sat is and is orderd farther to at Tis thought Work will be taken into band after the Parliament determines w htr e build the lame c r Yefterday was held a board of when iheir Lordflups put bis Majeftjs Ship the inter and the Command thereof to Capt The fame Day their Lordfliips appointed Lieutenant Swan to be Captain of his Majeftys Sloop the Sal in tbe room of Wincll and in a few Days he will Jail for his Staiioa oil the Coaft of We hf at that the Curriers and othfr Dealers in have applyd to Parliame ot in order to obtaia an Ad to explain and amcod an Ad pafled ia the firft Year of the Reign of King James the concerning and other Artificers occupying the Coning of s We hearf thai W illiam r who was chief Cietk to WWiam fi is appointed chief Clerk to Horatio Wak Oa Thucfday a publican in Gannonflreec was moncd betore the Right the Lord and paid the For felling Drink in the Tifflec of which was received by the Charchrcarden of the Pariihfor the i fktofa hoped that the worthy Genilenjea Churchwardens of every Parifli will apply to the Lord Mayors Officers for the ufual Fines by them received on which io ibme eafe t6t Inhabitants ia the Poors auci deter the from loeh male The Lieutenant General Dormer will be pre fen ted to the Command of the Firft Troop of Grena Giiardsv next Week ia cameoa tobeTried4 before the Lord Cbict Joftitt an wbcreia j r ;

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