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   Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - August 24, 1824, Dublin, Dublin                                AUGUST R. D I C K S 0 N# XVMB. 2jiy; Containing MATERIAL The moft OCCURRANCBS Both Foreign and Domeftick. Monday, AUGUST the 24^. 1724. yufl novf arrived One Brhijb Packet, which brought One One French and Bouani Mail. U Vienna Auguft 9. Pon Advice that tbe grand Duke of Florence was inclinable to entertain Spanifh Garrifons in his Frontiers, it was revived in the Conference at" Prince Eugene's Apartments, to augment the Forces in Inly, to fill the Magazines there, and in fine to compleat all the Imperial Regiments. Hamburgh, Aug. iS. The French Officers are buy. ing up Horfes in Bergue with all poflible Dilligence. Paris, Aug. i6m This Court has ordcr'd all the French Officers in Aiface to return and compleat their Regi-menrs before the End of this Month. Mean time Troops are filing off for French Flanders ; and'tij it ill fa id' a Company will beform'd near Campiegne, as well for the Ring's Diversion, as the E\ercife of the Soldiers. Lisbon, July r 2. The Chevalier Eon, the King of Spain's Agen: England for the Affairs of the South Sea Company, who arrived feme Days ago from London islet out tor Madrid. The laft Letters trcm Goa lay that the Pyrates, who are vety numerous on that Coaff, had joined together in hopes ot taking fome great Prize, bur were by a Storm thrown ubon the CoaftofCape Gado, eight Leagues beyond Mozambique, by which two of their VefTels, uith 20 Portuguele Priioners on board, were dalh'd to Piece?, and the Crews all drown'd, but the Prifoners had the good Fortune to efcape with their Lives. Pa.it, AuguJ} 19. Mr. Walpole, the King of Great Britain's AmbaiTador-Extraordinary at this Court, has been lever*! Times with the Duke of Eouibm, to obtain a Mitigarian of the King's Declaration, concerning the Proteftants of the Ki'ginmj but his Majefty Lt-ms inflexibly refolv'd to have the fa id Declaration executed in its full Excen*. As fome Workmen were lately digging the Foundation of a Houie, they found the entire Corpfe of a Nun with all her Habit, in a Scone Tomb, where 'tis fuppoied to have lain 5^0 Yeais ; becauf', according to the Reg;fters of this. City, there has been neither Church nor Church-Yard there fincc that Time. Our Archbifhop, the Cardinal de Noiafles, finding that che Cor.c urfe of People to fee it, is much too great, has order'd it to be bury'd again in the next Church. La ft Week the Curare of St. Andrew des Ares bring at Suppcf wffh three Lay-Friends one of them riling from Table, fell up^n the Point of liii Knife, which in a deep Thought he held upriglr in fifa Hand, and which piercing through his Gaits MY A him immediately. On the nth at Night a voting Man was broke upon che Wheel at the Or- ve bv TorcnPulv 5 but his Sentence not having bsen publifh'd, we nei'lvr know his Name not his Cn:'u. They unite f orn Rorrr, that the Pope will ?ncreafe the Cardinal, frorr; 7^ to 72 the Number of our Siviour's Difcip.es lo t ha t rhere at-: now nine Caps to be difpofed of. They ad.J, mat ou the Birth day of the Pretender the Pope p-efmcei l.i;n with a Purfc cf ioocoo Roman Crowns, b Dies y-5 Pieces of Gold, to the Value ot 50 Frerch Lousd'Or's, which he gave in a little furfe to the Pretender's vcun^ ' Son, whom his Father- prtlented that Day to his Holt-'; n-lb f�r the fit ft Time lince hisAdvar.cerr.c::: to Sr. Peer's Chair. Extract cf a Litt?r fr v;? Virginia cf ]'.; ic 5. --Tins Davarrir'd in the York PJver, the Shi:) ]ohn and Marv, from Guinea, Capt- John J )n-s, Com. mander and lolc Oxner, who having o 1 th..-4-h Infran: fnoKe with Capt. Yoe of hi* MajMty's Ship Er.*es priz-, r. en Cruizing about 15 Leagues Haft from the Capes cf Virginia, and being aifar'd b; h::n, that there were no Pyrares on the Coalt. ftooi in that Nig lit for the Capes and at five next Morning, being about i'^e Leagues off of Shyre, was attack'd by a *5hip under Engldh   Colour? and commanded on Board, where he fnnd the Shin ro b* a Spa mm Guarae de Coaft, commanded bv one Don Bei:itand laid ro he comm.fiion d b, the Governour of Cuba, to v. hor^aifo the :'h:p belongs ; fhe was man'd with nb>. ut 60 Sj .aniirds 14 or 15 Hrs_-.liOi and Irifh, and iS   Fienchmen. had 6 (-'.:ns mounted, and 6 more in the Held 5. ted w irh Carri jges and readv to iiiout. Cart. ] :nts was de:ain'd Piifoner, and fo's ^h:p in PcfT-eujon  � the Py rates, from the yrn tin tie 5th ; durirg which Time thev  took ailb a   liei^antin^, cali'd tr.o Prudent H n.ia h or C > ton,  Tlu.  Moufel Ma ft fr, a r { tbe Godolphin of Toplliam, Theodore  Bire,  NLfr-r, both laden and bound  for V:rg:tra. rhe former they fenra^av, together with'he \la    a n i thre- ?\1 f n, u 1-derrh; Command o;a Spanilh Orficer ar;d  Crew th-lame Day  fhr w^s taken, the lact r they cmi.d otf with tlem, putting the Mailer and ail the Crew aSoi.i Cart, jor.es's Ship 5 thev p un irr'd Capr. 'Jo ics ol" ^ '!-3!)!e Slave, which had b-en h>s own S-�'.vanC for'-.-vrral Year?; thev all 'j took a *a v all the Goli and P.i 1 he had. purchjj'd 0:1 the Coaft ot  p:niih Guard de Coaft, or rather Pyrate 5 but whether he amII have rhe Rood Fortune to meet with him is uncer-uin. I's remirkable, thac feveral of thofe Runrg^du Irifh, who after 'he CefTition of Arms, bet ween Grea t J [y.icain 2nd Spain^ tr,fe!led the CojII of Virginia in Veiiel   

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