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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 2, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1022 The Dublin From SATURDAY April the to TUESDAY April the Florins per for the Maintenance of 12 poor feftefday arrived one Bntifli which young Ladiesat whoarerobenominaiedT braught one French and one Holland by the Teutonick He has alfo founded a Capital of 5 Florins for the Maintenance of any Gentleman of the Family of February who may happen to be in He has made a Prefent to his Regiment ot all the Arrears and Tp HE Empefshas pubhfhed an pretenflons due to it which amount to abouc which commands all young on Condition that the Intereft of men of her between elght and the Money be laid out Medicines for the sick twelve Years of to be taught for and Tne Count Ferdinand de for the future to write a good Hand that from Knight of the Order of the twek to fixteen they be mftruaed in Lord of and one mettck and and that from fixteento oftne Privy died here on twenty they learn the 7th O in the 48th Year of his and and that then they may be He was fortnerly firft Minifter to ted into the The Court has not yet nokftor of and afterwards enterd into rakaifdMmifters for the ContheService ofche Emperor who jately nominat grelsofSorokai neither is it likely fhe uned him his Ambaffa5or W Rome for which kfs the Porte make fuch Pcopofitions as may he had already expended above 200 OQO fcrn for Preliminaries to the approaching TreaFjorin to enabie hfm todifdiarge bisCtaraaer tyof Colonel de Berencklau is not to go the greateft bKk to Vienna tifl the Return of an Exprefs March fa We have rcceiyed Ad whom he difpatched to his Court with the that the young hereditary Prince of Saxe 1 a rwhlch he had WeifTenfels died at the 34th Miaifters of the concerning the Ope Afril LettersfrOm Madrid of the of the approichmg otlaft that the i4th being the TaubjCiptamm the Regiment of of the Infante Don PhilipV who is a bobtained Leave to make aCampaign as a Vo Prince vaft and npe forhis taerin the Imperial Army Hungary Rear A the oHut Of Regard Admiral who commanded the Flotilla his declard him High AdmiralGene 1S fdmv Heftt ral of and of all bis Maritime wttheDay before Yefterday for to with all the Meo thePreparatiOM tor the which is to that gren nelxt Day to The Emprefs has Was very numerous and and the Lukes Prefent of a thoufand Ducats to de and terranova i s f tneuxpences or nis wore thejr Hats before the Kingas Gcandees of The late Veldc Marflial Count Guido Staremberg has left feveral pious kgaeies and Endowments by his He ueathed Florins ready Money to L O N D O March of the Teutonick He y to the Veldt MarChal Count dHarrach Extratf of a Letter from iamond Value with We are in a great deal ot Trouble in this le compleatfy and his the burning of banging them ition that he enjoy the fame only during en Gibbets Racking them on the in quality of Grand Commander c takes up almoft all Time that from He has fettled a Fund of the soth of October to this Dayr there has been
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