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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 22, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY November the to SATURDAY November A Continuation of the lad October Courier is arrived here from with a Letter from wherein he that be is refolved to obferve the Alliance made with the without his hearken ing to the Solicitations of the who would fam perfuade him to a Rupture with November Sunday two about fixteen Years of quarrelling in the contented to determine the Affair by and with the fecondSlow in the Battle one knock ed the otter down and killed him on the He was thought to be in a and therefore taken up and carried to a Surgeon but tho a very skilful his Arc was inefifeduaL No Account is yet come to iheEarl of Selkirks Heufc in Jamess of his Death the laft that his Lordfeip had been dangeroufly but was much We hear that Numbers of the the City and Liberty of are deter mined to difpute the Payment of fkad Pence claimed of every by the High purfuant to the Charter of Weft We hear that on Sunday Jail was held at a Lodge of where Defaguliers when there were admiued feveral Perfons of high Brethern of that I aft Week there was very extraordinary walking Match on the Road to Newington A JourneymanCarpenter had engaged to walk 100 Miles in 24 and Ground wasmarkd out the Length of half a MotherRed Caps towards StamfordHill he began on at n and loft it by four Mi nutes The Wager was 60 but a great many Betts were However the Perfons who imagind they had had the Ground meafurd and found there were three Yards which in the whole amounts to 600 Yards io that the Money has been refusd to be and the Difpute may end at Laft Week a Company of Gentlemen making merry in the DiningRoom up one Pair of at the RedrCrois in the Borough of South on a fudden a commander of aVeflel rofe from his walkd to the flung up the and leppd out as it were on the Ground and happily his fall was broke by tumbling on a Woman juft coming out of the Door with a Pot of Beer in her who receivd no further Damage than being thrown down and fpilling her A Surgeon in Company inftantfylec the Captain and with proper Applicati after fame he was brought to his and us though he is iadly wounded in the he will The Account he gives of the Affair that he itnV agind he was on a Ground and going in to the They write from that the Death t he famous Cy mi ft lately is very much regretted by the Court and his flan Majefly in whoufed to converfe with him about Secrets in that Science and iti whofe as well as in that ofieveral even fuch as were he fevcral imitated the Miracle of Janu arisac with coaculated which he put into a and which began to liquefy and bubble as foun as he put a dead Mans Scut near itbut gave over when he had a Mind His Majefty has been pleafed to appofht John Efq to be aLieutenantiathb Royal Tram oi commanded by the Major General Albert George Went Njphew to tfie Earl of and Euihce fi a Gentleman of Maryborough in are both taken by the former being an and the latter Voiuncier in fhe Prince of HefTes whieb jfurrendered to the InHdels at F O S
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