Dublin Gazette, May 10, 1737

Dublin Gazette

May 10, 1737

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Issue date: Friday, May 10, 1737

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Tuesday, May 7, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 10 jj The Dublin From TUESDAY May the to SATURDAY May the Since my laft arrived two Britifh which brought one French and one Holland 4pril HE Pay of High Admiial of which Poft has been lately conferrM on the Infante Don is feVd at two hundred thoufand Ducais a and a Regulation is made that all the Officers of the Navy hall be obligd to apply direftlyto that Prince for every Thing ibat regards the Functront of their and for obtain ing any Flours they have to ask of the The in Quality of Premier Minifter of it is the Spanifh Phrafe is to acquaint none bat the King with the Affairs of his Office but is to have under him a Secretary of who is to be chargd with what we call the Expeditions The to recompence the eminent Services of the and to enable him to fupport the additional Ex pence to which bis new Dignity will cxpofe has grant ed him a Penfion of twenty thoufand Pieces of Eight The pth Inftant Ilaac a Jew of received the Sacraments ofBaptifm and Confifinaiion iu theParifh Church of by IhcHaods of the Bifliop of and bad for Godfather Don Joleph BrigadierGeneral of his Majeftys who gave him the Name of John dpril 30Letters from Madrid of the nth that the Catholick Court is recruiting the King of Spain refolving to have all his Re giments The fame Letters that the Armament is recommenced and carried on both by Sea and t LON May 5 and LaftTuetday the the hciterto clear op the Affair of propofed the following Que ftiooi to be reiolved in Writing by the Judges of Eng landand thole of Scotland Whether it would beany Cfimein the Guards attending an to fire toODgftihe and kill feveral of in cafe tbty fiould be pelted and abuied by the faid Crowd Whether the CommandingOfficer of a Body of Troops obliged to when the Sheriff calls him to his Affiftance againft the Rioters Whether a Detachment the Army without being fire araongft of in order to prevent them from Wag down or committing any other illegal Action Whether fuch being lent for tythe Civil without being attack fire upon Rioters for flopping op the Paiges thro fucb Detachment muft pafs The Lord Provoft being called to the and the Bill for imprifoning him being read a econd Pauncefort was heard for the MrMarfhaTKt Hamilton for the Magiftrates and City of Edin burgh but the latter would admit of QO Part of the but that there was a Yefterday Council was called in again in relation to the and feveral Wirnefles examined in Behalf otf the Crown j and Serjeant Eyre and fort having lummcd up the they were di to and the further Hearing adjoorad to this Toefday Morning a Journeyman Carpenter under took fora confiderable to walk Twentynine Miles in fix in the LongField behind South which he performed 11 Minutes with in the They write from Lisbon that a Slave named Gerrard died lately ia the hundred aad imnj teenih Year of his Extratt of A Letter pom the 1 The Minifter of Poland has lately prefentedp Me morial to the States defiling them not Co give Protection to Deferters from bis Electoral nefss who may co fcelter thefflfelvesafc Maeftricht and other Frontier Places j whereupon their High MighiineHes have wrote to Govcr nors of thofe to be very careful bow tnefl protect fuch 4 Some Ministers here have received Letters from c their which intimate that the War inHon 4 gary may pofllbly be The who c have hitherto talked in a haughty and c all they could to gain are at length cou c vinced that they cannot rcfift the ooiud Strength of 4 Ruffia and the ImpeTialifts and even are wanting with them Two Parts in three of their Army are compofed of raw and undifciplind Troopff fo that they muft be obliged toconfent Co a Sofptrv fionof and accept of the Pf eliminates f5 pofed by the AmbafTadors of the mediating Ic is thought the Pout will conclude a Peace aflbc 1 Expence of the who have been the Quit of all thefe 4 The Marqnis Giles has delivered 3 Letter to the Prefident of the States from Don notify 4 ing his Accefljon to the Crown of Naples and Sicily Their High Mightiaeffcs have refolved upon an c and to acknowledge his Neapolitan Majeftys 4 but as it is not known whether that Prince 4 will lend an Ambaflador their 4 are in no Hafte to fend one to Count cTUblefeldt by at length re4 ceived from the Plan of Accommodation 4 for fettling the SucceOIon Co the Dutcbies of Juliers 4 and ;

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