Dublin Gazette, April 9, 1737

Dublin Gazette

April 09, 1737

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Issue date: Tuesday, April 9, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1024 The Dublin the mTUKSDAY Aftil the Since ray laft arrived one Britifh brought and oae Holland place of Magiftrscy in the Citj of Great and Tor imprffbihifig CA RCE a Day paffes but fomeBark or other de parts loaded with Provifi ons for the Senate being refplvetl to make her utmoft Efforts for putting a stop to this Intefttne War tho tis no fqpall Mortification and Difcau rageroert to us to fee the Malecontents openly affift ed by the The a Tranf lation of a rew Placaert which the Republick has iflued againft Baron de Neuboffand 117 E the and Procurators of the Republick by an Effeft of ourjuft whahas mtamoufly in truded himfejf into our Kingdom of with full Defign to have by our Edift of the 9th of May laft tbthe publick hjs abominable and to declare him the Author of new and Seducer of the a Diftur ber otihe publick and guilty of High Treafon as worthy of all the Punilhmerts prefcribed by our Laws de claring like wife all thofe who hall affift or follow worthy of the fame puni as Traitors to their and Diftur publick Repofe And as ic has fufficiently Sabaftian Cofta his and Micheal Durazzo our Subjefts of the Kingdom ot after having commktci tbegreateft to the prejudice ot the publick jitdprivate and fomented a moft execrable Rebellion jn our faid in drawing our Subjects from the Fidelity heyowe totheir natural have openly followed the faid and fent him all the AfMance in tbeir power Where fore we do bercbv declare them all guilty of Dif turbersof the publick as have fed the abovementioned in order to obtain eurEndin this that by in an exemplary the faid Theodore of Father and Micbeal Durazzo for their Crimes and horrible Ex we have that nothing could tend more to the Ac complHhment ot thefe our than the Offer of a Reward for their Deftruftion which may turn to the Advantage of all Na and may ferve as a Terror to all rebellious Subjeds to offer a Recompence or Scudi sry one who will deliver into the Hands of or kill any of the faid Perfons which Sum Uiall be paid on Demand by thelnquifitorsof with a promlfe to conceal the Name of him kill or fccure fuch Per fin or Per April Yefterday the Lord Chief of the Court of Common purfuant to the Lords Order ot Friday delivered in a ll to difafcle Alexander wriropj Efq from holding any Office or f for aboiiihing rhfe Gaard kept up irr the faid calkd the for ta away the Gates of the NttbtrBori Port of the faid City and laying open the fame was read Dsy the firft read the a fecond time the Miy when Council will be allowed for and againft The Provoft is to be broaght to the and the to be faoimoned Ordered that the Attorney General have Notice and that a Copy of the faid Bill be fent to the Magiftrates or A few Days fince died of a Confumption at the Bathjjsir Nathan defcended from a younger Branch the Lord Keeper s and who flour i filed feveral Years at Cranham Hill in O an old experienced Sea bavingohtain ed Leave to enter into the Czarinas wifl very let out for behaving a Commillion to be one ot the Admirals of her On Sunday at half an Hour after Burgefs of EaftHam in ftarted his Gray which beat the Hounflow Bakers Horfe lately OB and almoft broke that Town run from Whitechapel Church to Rumford Tarnpike in thirty for an hundred which he performed fo near the that tis undetermined woetfeer he won or loft the Ground meafures eleven Miles and fr arid three hundred arid was that the feme laid he did not in thirty MiouteSj would laidrOdds that he Aid ic in thirty On Friday laft was entered outwards for Holland tfoo of Gold Coic for the Sound 1 Ounces of Silver Coin anil for the Streights 1 14 Ounces of wrought The following Extraft of a Letter from fufficiently hews how greatly they are miftaken in who looked upon the Difgrace of Chauvelin as mere Farce The approaching Return ot Fenelon to the proves that the Rcafon ot his fudden Journey to France was not to fettle his private ot to execute the minifterial Function as has been given but to be examined among the other Minifters of moft Chriftian concerning his Correfpondence with Chau The Fall of Chauvelin has greater Confequerces than were c at firft The publick Hatred that Minifter gained du ring his and the many dilagreeable things done by him to the Numbers about the have occafioned the moft important Difcoveries againft An extraordinary Council has been held on his Account in the Kings aflifted by the Cardinal de the Duke of and Marflial at which the feveral Articles of MaleAdmiri ftration laid to his charge were ftriftly examined Among other it is faid he is accufed of having mii applied thirty Millions of the publick That King Staniilaus charges him with having a great part of the Sums ordered him during his Stay in fays ilaat the Intendantof who was to fupply the Troops in held a Correfpondence with in concert with whom he furk part of the iVloney appointed to defray the Expencesof the It further appears by the Regifters of the Tenth that Chauvelin took part of that Revenue to e Comptroller General of the proves tBefe Accufations by the Accounts kept in his and that if ic was neceflary to make further that they had but topof fels themfelvesof the papers of Notary at Paris that by Order of the the papers ot thatNo tary had been by which Dilcovsry is made of the great Advantages ;

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