Dublin Gazette, December 17, 1737

Dublin Gazette

December 17, 1737

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Issue date: Tuesday, December 17, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 17, 1837, Dublin, Dublin T From SATURDAY December thd to TUESDAY December the Yetferday arrived one Bmifh which brought one Holland and one Fiench Parity December de Contade Brigadier parted hft Week to join the making ac Toulon of me Troops defied for the Hie of The Queen Dowager of Spam continues ve ry ill at having her Legs The Second Son of the DuSe de la a and reding himlelf upon the muzzle of his Gun whilil he was playing with the the Piece went ana hut o that he died in tour hours Ic is that the King of Spiin has forbidden all his jeftsto export any Sort of Silk out of that under the Penalty of 6000 Piaflres and other They write from that a Gapigi Bachi arrived there a few Days ago from with the Grind Seniors the Eleclion o the nsw and that the Capigi alfj delivered the Dcy a as a Prcfcnt irom die Grand Pctcnburgb It is aid that the Expences abfnlutely vhc rrext Campaign will amount to 26 Millions of and we that tnc Ways ard Means to raifethe gteateft Part ot tint Sum are already We have no par ticular News this Poft from the Army all we hear that the Turks were aflembling greatForces in the Neighbourhood of Amflerdamt On the 2jth and 29th we had a violent Storm of Wind and high but the Ships here rode Before Petten was loft a Pilottioat called the Eva the People Near Mounts the Ships of Naune brandfitrom for this By Oftend was loft the Ship of Neils Winter bound fromlxociielle to By was drove theScernofa Snip with H gilded ard a Chellof Fruit markd M C By ier fac on the Sands a faiall Frigate of fix named the with Wire and On the fit a large the Crew and left eight Paflengers who have fired feveral Guns of Near that is llrandedthe Ship of David from Malaga for and a Dogger uith drove afhore and lies Between Eyet land and is loll the George and Robert board from Frederickfhdt for loaded with the People are all We hear by Latcrs trom Genoa of the 5th of laft that ihe Evening before every Tljirg was ready tor embarking the ard Proviliors to he lent to Baftia in the Ifiandot Corlica for rhc Service ol the lor whole arrival the Rebels txprcis the 1 he Repubiick has rcfolved Marquis de recall Signiorjohn Baptill lier preicnt Envoy at to lupply his The Hereditary Provircus have undertaken toturnifU twenty five tkoufard parti in Men ard H in Monev There is a lions coming Irom t olitain fome more Troops tron the frinccs i States of Sileia have offered to nd two will t e The illuns ot Laienski is in daily with Mimfters concert ing the Operations of the next and a in t ouc in a few Da s A Coin has been in the Emperors is to nfTnn is at hft appointed to examiRe Count Seclcendorffs Affair Tcldc Kirrach is ac the Head of it General Count who has lately had the Command of the Im perial Troops in a Counfellor and Ccunfellor of the Chancery of are the other Members of that They are to examine that AU fair with Count Seckerdorff after which tke whole Coun cil of War is to refer ic to ths with their Opinion upon ita and his Imperial Majedy will decide the Parisy His Majefty has given the Duke de Son to the late Count de a Regimcrt of and one nf which were enjoyed by the lace Yefterday the Parliament regiftered an Ordinance agairfl For which Crime is to be punilhed with ths utmoft December and 8 The Right the Lord Mayor of this City hastrdcred his Coach of his and Houfhold Servants to appeat in deep Mourning her late on Sunday the tSth In The Conrt of Aldermen paid his Lordfhip the Cotnpli irent for defraying the Expence of it out of the Chamber ot but his Lordlhip handfomly declind 1his Morning died at his Houfi in the Old an eminent His Mrfjolfy has taken three of the late Queens Pages of tbe Back Stairs into Another of the fleers U taken into the Service ot bis Highels the Nephew of Dowglafs the WellIndia in FenCourt in has got five thoufand Pounds Bridge Captnin William is appointed Captain ot sun Independanfi Company in South The hitrer End of this Month his Majeftys Ship the Hampton Cornmcdore will fail for her Station in the We hear that Secretary ct hiVMajeftys Extraordinary Embaifies to the States of will be appoint ed the Did On Tuefday the Surveyor General and the Board ot Works were to view the Vault in King Henry the Vltths which is building for her as likewife to give Orders foe buildirg the thro which the Proceifion irom the Princes to the North Door of Wfftminfter And YtlLrday the Board of Works received proper Oiders to the Proceifion of her Lite Majeftys on the The Sciituldirg is to be coverd a on accounc of the fun Ard Daachment of 1500 Men tronj the Foot is to actend the The Theatres are to be opened on the 3d Day of January Letters irum Venice that the Uncertainty which the RepuUick is whether the Courts of Vienna and RuiTia will continue the War with the is the Cauls that Ihe not only avoids with the Grand but even givirghim any Private Letters from Conltantinople that the Kiunakan had declared to the Minifters of the Chriftian Powers tor Feceisburgh with the ftefuk cf who retide at the that notwithfcanding the Grand Signioc hidtecjlld his Plenipotentiaries from which he had iducd to do from the dishonourable Proportions made by the Courts of Vienna and yet his Highnefs continud in the fame towards an Accommodation with provided ic cculd be done cerfiftent with the Dignity of the nnn for nothing ciuld be more acceptable to his High neis ;

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