Dublin Gazette, December 20, 1737

Dublin Gazette

December 20, 1737

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Friday, December 20, 1737

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Tuesday, December 17, 1737

Next edition: Tuesday, December 24, 1737

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Dublin GazetteAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: Dublin Gazette

Location: Dublin, Dublin

Pages available: 8,548

Years available: 1706 - 1997

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.17+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Dublin Gazette, December 20, 1737

All text in the Dublin Gazette December 20, 1737, Page 1.

Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 20, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin December the to SATURDAY December the 1737 Letny laft arrived one BritiOi which brought we French November E have Advice from that the old Dey of Tunis having been reftored by the Succours which the Grand Mafter fur rifhed him that in order to exprefs his fent him a Prefent oflome two divers Skins ot rare feveral Barrels o toy and feveral other Things of the Product of be Kingdom of Coim of N les wUr che Holy unlefs the pretends to all I the by s hat Cardinal Zondekari died there the Day before in the d Year oi hi Aftc he was raifed to the Purple by Pope j Clc lent Z The PoV has of even of that Cardna s Pofts and Abbe for from whence he is to proceed to the Court of with the CaidinaVs Op the Cardinal Infante of Eight tall fine Bay Hohcs paffcd through this City going to Na for his Sicilian who cauled Uign Countries 5 it isfaidthey coft two hundred Piftoles each The new Duke Francis Mana arrived here this Evening from The hereditary Prince his and the Prfcicefr hiseideft went out to meet him as far as at fome Diftance from together with the Pnn Bcnediaina and who all accompanied him into this wbere he was received by the Inhabitants with great lotions of The who continues to this Prince the fame which be had for his has juft given a fignal Proof of in declaring him General ot the Artillery in the Towns and Fortrefles in his Imperial Majeftys Italian Dominions which Poft has very confiderable Prerogatives attached to The hm prefs fcis has made him a of a RockChrf lial let with in which there was a Ring with one finle weighing forty They write from Harmanftadt in Tranfilva They write from armanat in rav that the EmiiTaries ot Prince Ragoiski have upon the Fromtiers o that Principality a in he Name of that lull of flattering and perfume in order to draw the TranfUvanians from their Obedience to the Notwithaanding the great Art which has been made of in compoftng this which appears by the reducing and el iefting Terms therein contained yet it does at preknc ap war to have made any Impreffion on the Minds of the Inhabitants of this who feem more than ever attached to the red of their lawful Sovereign the Ic feems very likely that if the Emperor be obliged to continue the war againft the Tttiks another his Imperial Majefty will be fuficieotly fopplied in the fupport of He will not only be aided with Succours ot Troops from fcveral States of the hat moil of the Imperial Towns will him with Urge Letters from Hanover of the 2d that Orders for feven or eight thouDnd Men of the Troops ot chat Eleftorate tobeinaReadinefsto March in February or the Month as tis for the Service of the Emperor in Hun if hislmperial Majefty is obliged to continue the War Rie Dec We have an Account from that one Walter a Chapman in that having lately married a with whom he did not agree very there having been feveral Times high Words betwixt them that laft as the Husband was taking his Breakfaft of he complained chat there was fotnething in it that did not and fad to his Wife that fhe poifoned which fhe laughing took fome more of upon which he was feized with a Vo and died foon after that a Dog having licked up the Vomit likewife died and the Wife being challenged fpr poifoning her to vindicate eat up the Pottage her Hnt band had and likewife died in a few However it is difficult to difcover who was the Occafion of this difmai yet it was with Difficulty that the Woman was allowed Chriftian Burial fhe was big with Portfmoutby 14Yefterday were commiffioned hJs Maje ftys Sfeips the Centurion and Wind for The firft is commanded by and the latter by December 15 and I5 From that the two Imperial ComrnHTaries are gone from hence to the Territories of the King of where they are to meet two Commiflaries frorn that in to ac commodate the Differences between their Imperial and Sardinian in relation to the Limits of the Countries whofe Poflcflions was adjudged to thefe two Princes by of the ft Some Letters from Malaga allure that the Baron de Nea who was thought to have long ilnce returned into the of remained more than rWo Months that Portia eog Letters frcmGenoa that the Rebels have fent a Detachmenc of Troops very near rn order to fecure their whick fince the falling of the Snow on the now Feed near that From that the Sieur the Kings hav ing formed a new Plan of a Canal which be propofes to make ffom the Arfenal of Paris to the in order to rejoin the had the Honour to prefent it to his who received it very favourably as did likewife tbt Cardinal and the other The Canal ot Picardy isalmoft arrived to its utnioft The River dOyfeat prefent has Communication with the This will be of great Advantage to that by ena bling it to fend Metchandizes to other Pares with much more Eafe tban This Day Number 13527 was drawn a Prize of looo They write from that vaft Quantities of Snow had tallen on the Heath there on Saturday and Sunday Captain formerly Captain of his Majeftys Ship the Ru is appointed ViceAdmiral of the Squadron belonging to the ot The Perfon who was committed to Aylesbury as mentiond fome time was taken by a who being told by the Worcefter Coachman had and that he could not be gone got out ot his own and mounting one his Ser vants purlud accompanied by one of bis foun overtaking preferred a Blunderbufs at order ing him to Surrender or he was a dead which he accordingly and was committed to Laft Week William Efq an eminent Merchant in Min wasrrmried at MortanCouit near Ledbury in to the Right theCouptefs Dowagec a Lady of and a very large Wehear that the Right the Lord Mayor and Court of Al dermen have come to a that the Fine for purchafing the Freedom of the City of ihall be or the future 50 which has been fold lately for 30 Whereas a Paragraph was inferted in the Daily Advertifer of Friday the containing the 5ubftance of a private Letter faid la have bcsn receiyd fro in re lating ;

RealCheck