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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 26, 1737, Dublin, Dublin Marches tow tbejr to march immediate was font thifc Day Troops 17 Ufg sof the prohihiff find df tdisMonthj aftd the a M d of gejcfc A Train of Ac liilltiyKaiFo andtis thought the Campaign with tfre Siege of March are a fared that Count Fa ttie Snifter has demanded ttrr irchdujcbtfsfor Don and that he hat this Demand fa feperate and formal ViGts laft htltQ all the ImpiriaJ Count SinztndorfF Tarouca andCoant is fdid tfT bane accornpanicd thai Demand sery The Infante Don PheHpe ii by fcisCttholick Ma jetty Grand Admiral of dies Maritime and the Dake lemarii named Miatfter of which jaiwi bceavacant fincc the Death of tbe late March 19 and An Account of the Behavior and Confeffions born to the City of of hOncft Barents when ot Age he was atitf ved his Time honeftly and to of Matter j 24 Tears ago he mar hbffl be had ieveral fooif JWtfgWith hh Wift ai He j the iflfc of Augtfftv thef ffotfl Pidrlfl Jladen with they wenfoat 6f that Port ihd Confiderarion ot hU Wife and to fpare Bis feat they draf fd aD bis cdrupaffidnate id and feizedhrm in order to throw fijaj board v Richardfonr aod Dayifdn were the principal aod Coyle alto gave a hejpiog Hand thoj he was not willing to acknowledge ibcy were tlie Men he who violently pufticd bim over be held by the bat Coylc hit him on he Head fottrftimes with the aad lhat not do he fwore at tfic Carpenter to ftriice him with bis which he and knocked oot hii BraioSi the la ft Words be Was heajd fpeak having Lard have Mercy oa 1 ato a dead and then lie funk ia to the Sea and Was never ecri They of tfeem figned the Ar noi excepting Captains who were the three Nai they pretended were forced to do fo for fear of their By this Agreement Coylc was Richard Ton the tar fan and Davifon They bare up for thelilatid of Matlay were afraid to go on one another fo they weat to alittle ffland ofFof caded went a hoi e as anddreffed I l i bat having no nothing cooldbe got but and next Night the Ehirati wia were Wicpefles found qieans to get Sbore ifl the Yiwii and ietd rfc Murder
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