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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1033 The Dublin From SATURDAY May the to TUESDAY May the gr the Lords Juftices Council of REL A to tto Farthing of Copper Coined at n Hit Majefifs Tovtr of jor the nutofttot and for CottinuingtbtCwtcmyrf Coined tbt of and which is now Current tbn v Prohibiting Coin to be i m Orrier to Retneiy the and which al U the anJ the LincnManutaaures 01 this and His Mycllys Revenues occifioued by the Want otgood Appl od L His Grace lace Lord Lieu Governor or co lay cne Maicfty Obtain His Royal Licence tor Coming titty Tuns Ot Unitys Mmt ot under che Regulations herein aher His to AnUer the faid Prorofals made by che Loids vy Council ol chis with the Concurrence ot the faid and General Governor ot and tor Remeay has been Mof GracnuflypkaJcd co Tnai ncQuuld be toCouraS tor Fmy ot the Matter of His Majeftys in his Tower ot tor the Service of thU Kudom And to Anchorite ami Command the Matter of His in fiid Tower oi to receive SuchPttfonor as His Majertys Lieutenant and Gene oi or Lords jufticcs ot this or any Autnonied by them fhall with tor true Fine which enilcatedred will Spread thin under che Hammer without logoff he fame Fiuy or fuch greater as lhall be Sixth in and Five Sixths m oifuch chat Fcy and Two Half or One Hnnared Four may make a Pound Weight Excepting oiuy fxhErrOiby not by as may happen oy tne unequal Ml Nor Exceeding the h Part of a Pound Weight i And mat Hit MiieUys with the oe Snapedonune Siae of each and the Haip downed on the other and over it the and undent rhe Dice ot tbe with That the Moniers of His Majeftys faid idouia not Diftnbute any of the faid before the fame be duly has been alfo Gracioufly pUafed co That thtCofbof the faid Fifty Tuns of and all Charges Attending the and the TraufmiitiMg the faid Haltpence and when iitoihii IhouldbePaid by His Majeitys and Pay Mafter of this his or cheir Deputy tor the Time beingi And that whatever Profit lhall arife from the faid Copper fitter allNecefTary Expences about it Defrayed bal go into che Pubhck Re veins at large of this to be Employed as any Part of the Pubiick Revenue is And whereas there have been former Copper Coinages for this under the Patents of His Majcftys Royal Predeceffors Which Copper Money is now Current in this Kingdom His Majefty has been alfo Gra woufly in Order to Continue the Currency of fuch Copper Money Coined under thofe together with fuch Copper Money ai hall be Cowed for the Service o this in His Majeftys Tower of toSigniiy His Will and That His Lord or other Chief Governor or Governors for che Time fbould Give the NecefTary Direflioni to the CommifTioners of His Majeftys Revenues in this the fevcral Collectors to receive fuch Copper Money as has beetf Coined under the faid or Chall be Coined for the Service ot this King m His Majcllys Tower of and without any Pre sence of the One Sort to the in Difcharge of what fhall become Due His Mijeiy that no mare be in any one Payment made than Twelve of thofe or Six pence And that by the faid or any of fhall have a Redundancy that the faid Collectors and may Pay to the refpec Officers of his Majeftys Army in this or fuch other perfon as W Tender an Exchequer Acquittance to the faid for Payment of faid any Sum of the faid not Exceeding Five wpndj w every Hundred and fo in Proportion tor a Greater or LefiTer And the like Quantity to the Officers of His Majeftys who fcH irom the faid And HisMajeftf has been further Plcafcd to Signify his Thar ha and and Paynwfter wir df ffis Majeftys Treaftry in this focli Coined or Old Copper M they foil to fmch w tte And whereas Then Excellencies the Lords Juftices of chis Kirgdom in Obedience to His jellys Given he NccefTary Directions to the Coiiimiffioners ot His MajCttys Revenue lor Receiving ard Paying fa id CopperMoney And to the Dcpury ViccTreafurcr of this fjr tee We the Lords Juftices and by chis Our Publish and Declare His Majcilys faid mo it Gracious tor the Ser viceot this Aad to Prevent lurcher Impulsion Traders an4 Poor Manufacturers of dm by the Ltceng of Faffe and Bale Commonly Called We Do hereby That li any Perfoa or Perlons lhall Pieume to Vend or Utter aayHairPence or or other Pieces of or other Safe Mera other than the Copper Money Coined under cne Patents ot His Majeitys Royal and now Current in this and fuch CopperMoney is is or iluil be Coined in His Majeftys Tower of tor Service ot this or tail Of fer to Counterfeit any of the faii HalfPence or Such Pei fn or Per fons ihall be tor fuch their wuh che Utmoii ScTcriiy to deter Others iiom Commuting the like Given At th Council Chimber in tbi Sixth to John Then At John Ja 1 ho Mar T God Save che Since my laft arrived one Britifh which brought one French and one Hoiked April THAT Fan of the Ruffian Array which 10 be commanded by FeldtMarfhal Count and which is to fome fay of and others affirm ninety thoufand regular befides a vaft Number of and is in full March to affemble at Zar itzinka and ie is generally believed that the Feldi Marflial dtfigos veiy foop lo be firge on the Mouth ot the Rifer to ti y lo engage the Grand Viicr to come to a battle in oidcr to itlieve thai All the Ammunition and Provifioiis tor the Army arc to be carried clown ihc Niepcr by the Boats that have been built this Winter at The other Pan ot the Ruflhn that is to be commanded by Feldt Marlhal and which is faid to confift of forty ihoufand regular befides Tartars and is aflemblingat IfTunz on the River and is to attack the Cri at the fame time that a great Number ot which have been built chis Winter at Taurof on the River are to carry other Troops over the Sea and attack alfo that CounttYMajorGe nrral one of her Czarifh Majeftys General Ad and Brother to Great fei out horn hence the 6th Inllant in order to join Jpril Eighty Voitures are feat away to TrieiU and to bring away ifce Caonos for of War that are to be employed on the Two ot the four Men of War building there for that Service
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