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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 7, 1850, Dublin, Dublin EORGE ilAULKNER. iiie JL r'. 5 tj-' From Tuesday Aiiguft the 7th, to Saturday Auguft t:ie nth, i7�;o. no my \A arrived One Briti(h Packet, which brought the fl.'rtf. ti Le :.n l-nfign in Co!. Durj.'s Company, in llie iiu\ t-ich, fur following Advices, viz. R U S S I A., , Peterfburgh, July 15. Gcrilfraan has been fent from Court to Du'^e l>(ie^> cfCoyrlandat Jar.fl ; Irom Kt Minent of foot Guaids. � :.ty wriie from. Berlin, that they are Innding a great many B;.rj;(", u ith Wr'.rlue stores/or SHefia, forty of which h;!v-alr-,,Jy been fent away, and the reft are to foliuw wuh a.'i J oliiu'e Srrtd. F.\:r;ja of a Letter from Lintz, July 23, N. S. ot FfLrMainer.t; ar.i vie i.c.;r w 1 -.c:. .iL.. n,: t..;. Wc :t: , :\ upon t;.c f.ill" ar, ture--i >^.^:[; l i.. 3 l 111 'tiS inferred, that there is a�i..aiiy a l^efign " Two Days ago a itrar.ge Accident happened in the Neigh- upon by ar.y Lor.'.idc-.iti,.i!- i;." i.ii, . : ;^ ' , to re-e:libliih that Lord in his lornu-r Dig- bo-'rliooJ of this City: A I-'ifherman goin^', about faur o' 'Iradc- tu iriir.ifcitfy injjirojs m ,r. i: i'.^v c rity. I'hetc is a Talk likewi;e of rrcalling Cioc'-: in the Afternoon, wich lome of his Comrades to w.i(h 1�j!1 H'lp:: if eicapi.ng the Pur.i : -i.e.it iiU-:;..-,i cj ~ " - . - _ 'by tf;e Lcgillaturc. fev era! otl.c-Perfons who are in Exile. thcnilelvei in the D.mube, he in partieular, out of a Bravadr: /TURKEY. would dive in one of the deepeft Places of the River. His- 'Jhi.-. AtLcrnoon in B.^nk Strck there v.ns nrri :-, AI'Mcrs. July I. Having been for feveral Months part in Companions being furprizcd at not leeing him nfc for quarter India Ditto, noihingdor.tr. So^nh Sea Sio;.;, rc [pt-fiJtion of a Vifir from the Spaniards, we have talien the of an Hour after, and concluding he mutt be drowned, though Ditto O.d Anr.uiuci, i Sub. 105. Ditio i Si L ic [ceiF.iry P";i^auiions in order to be prepared againll all Events, they kn�w Him to bt a very good Swimmer, they immediate- Ditto New, i Sub. 103 7-S!h.^. Ditto 2 Suo. i [he three Ceys who i evinces, have recciv I are charged with the Government of liie ly fetched th?ir Nets that lay in a Boat tiear �t hand, and cail-ived 0:ders to form Magazines in their ing them where they faw their Comrade dive, they at length �.�nk Annuities, 1746, i iC2 7 ot.'i- a in- L. Sub. 101 7-dth5. Ditto 1747, I S^b. 1C3 7- !Js. K Diit02Sub ic27-t;:hs. Diao I..jt.ery 174-, 1 t .-b i..,:.: done. Ditto 2 Sub. nothing dohe. Ditto i-,t^, :!::d 1 Sub. I Itrance td by three Batteries of Brals Cannon, is put in a mi^cn cireogage the Limbs, in order to get the Corpfe into their 1 buo. 103 7 8;ji:. a 104. Diuo 2 Sub. 1&2. t i.i.^. i 1. Situation than it ufed to be, as are alfo the Forts at the Boat, they perceiv'd a Serpent, *f a prodigious Size, fallened per Cent. Annuities 100 a i Sth. Mi;i:on L;;!..'-, 1 o-h ice of the Port, and near the Sea. The Military Efta- to the Left Pap ; at the Sigh't of which they were fo frighten- Uone. London Allurance, nothing done. Ljan!: Ciriu'..; V - - ^ ? - 7- -; 3. Martha Towers - � Thom.is Towers, Efq; whofe extenfive Chjiiry and Ki-r.f.u.-lence, fcai-ce-equalled Piety and Humility, CQiablncd to n:.i.-.c her an Exariiple worthy the imitation of ihe beii of U'. [.iiment of the Republick is aagmented from 12000 to 15000 ed, and fcreamed fo loud, that they even frightened tlic Mon- 11. 5 5. India Bonds, i 1. 75.3 8.'. Piim. ConU n, fcy the Reinforcement which the Grand Signor has Uer, who thereupon let go his Prey, and after hiifing moll cates, 5I. 3 s. Prasm. Three i-ha!f per Cent Jr..:.a . Ked tiie Regency. Tile four Nations of Moors, which are horribly, plunged into the River. The poor Fifhermen being nuities, i 7 8ths. Prsm. Ihiec per Cet;:. ditto, s ,h of them "bliged to furnilh a certain Number of Men tor a little recove-ed from their Conllernation, furveycd the Corpfe Difc. Scrip. 1750, 3 Sths, a i-h.iif, Pixm. iServkc of the State, ^have received Orders to put thein- of their Comr.ide, and found that the Sa-pect had already DUBLIN. 'V. in :i Cosdition to d5uble their Contingent, in cafe it gnawed almoft through his Heart. Since this fad Accident__On W^dnefday laft died Mrs. laid be required of th^-m. The three Camps which are our Magiiliates have ordered t1\e River to'be dr?gg'd with med here every Spring, have been kept longer than ordi- Nets, above and below the Place where it happened; but �y this Yejr, in order to exercife the Troops The Marine they ha*e not yet been able to catch this dangerous Creature ; Algiers .at prefcnt confids, exclufive of the Admiral's Ship, and 'tis to.Jje feared thai -we fhall hear of more Mifchief done Parents, of Friends, and of Chriftians, and have rone-red - .r twenty fo�u Men of War. befides Sloops, Galleys, &c. by it. In the mean while fcarce any Body will venture to as univerlally lamented in her Death, as f>;c wa.s L. o.cd twiitift.inding the Reports of an Enterprize intended by the crofs the Water widiin a Mile of the Place where this Acci- elleemed in her Life.- Such a Life only as fr.s iiv=d, couid miarJs, the Spanifti Hofpital, founded by the Confeflbr of dent happened. - produce luch an End as flie made, n John of Aullria, ftill enjoys the fame Protcftion from the F.xtraft of a Letter from Peterfcourg, Jaly 17. Laft V\ e^inefday the following Houfe publick. -All Hepes of feeing Peace maintained in tlwNorUi feem to were tried for Burglary at the Cotnmiffion PORTUGAL. bevaniihed. An Accommodation between .pur Court and ner, vz. George at. Lawrence, Arthur tilbon, Jane 30. Don Joachim Jofe Fidalgo de Silveira, Sweden is at a g'cater Diftance than ever. Each Side remains ran, Wilham Green, and James Moore [ntleir.an of the Bedchamber to the King, and a Member of inflp^ible. Some Potentates, that wilh well for-them, have Guilty, and are to be hanged this Da^ atBephen's 1 Council, e:nb.'.rked the 18th on board the EngliQl Packet- endeavoured to make both Parties fall a little in their refpec- We h^ar, that leveral Perfons areTiTFurfuit of E 5 3 m ^ lit > 2 ,~ u. c 3 ^.d S:.-eet-Rcbberi Oyer and 'ien-.n-urphy, John Mo-ivho were all found Green, one iVlulli- 121 It, as .^Tibiflkdor Extraordinary from thi� Court to that of live Demands and Pretenfions; but all in vain ; and fo the gan, a Receiver of Sitolen Goods, and an Hart>ourer who hath idon, inftead of Don Andrada, whom his Majefty has ap- Appeal mud at laft be made to Heaven, feeing there is acme lately abfconded tor thofe Crimes. Bid to go with the fame Charafler to the Holy See. on Earth that can judge between them. � -Laft Wednefday the Hon. .-Irthur Hril, and his Lady, the " ~ " ' " ' - - - . . ''ev. Dr. CI rrke, Mrs. Pallifer, the Rev. Archdeacon Gcidiiio-. ITALY By .a private Letter from Peterfburgh we ate informed, that Rev. ilogna, July ig. The Duke of Modena having caufed a an Exprefj arrived thereon the 20th of July, from tlieGover- Dr. Barber, and feveral other Peribns.of Difta-.-^uou, arrived �nmunicate direftly from'Dominions norof Kiow, witfi an Accoiint, that the Chan o- L O D O N, Auguft z. roeilic'..s, and other Petlbns belonging to the Court, bant lu" iftft)ngly repojted that the'King'of Porfugal is dead; ceivcd a ilria Charge to conftiwnio this Edid. kother Methods ufed to i'ave his Life, one was that of a By Letters from Milan we hear, that the t.m^t\i C^eett lOx being killed in an outer Apartment, and nfter the has ordered ^ general Survey to he made of all the Lai^s of I order to defray the Expence of were taken cut, his Majefiy was put into the Body of that Dutchy ;. t.he Defign of which, as they apprehend, 15 to � h- ir^- � was in the 61U Year of his Age, and the faddle them wiih new 1 axes, in OJ ^ his Keign. an approaching War in Italy. Majefty has been pleafed^ to promote the Hon. Loid Oa luefday laft two very eminent Linen-Drapers were con-Ufendifti, Sonto'iitGraoc the Duke of Devon- vifted tetbre Mr. Jufiicc fielding, in tkePanalty of kfe from England. The CHRISTIAN PAN ACE. IT muft be fo : Nature is in her DpSage, .And leaves her Subll:tute, unnj^ning Chance, To rule the Workj, and finifh her Produdions. Elfe, why doth Prifcian, born to pleafing Hopes, Drudge, in Obfcurity, at Liliy's Art ? Was he infpir'd with love of fpacious Meads, ' Of limpid Streams, and Woods, and rural Sports, To lie imprifon'd in the fmoaky Town ? Or, to what End acquir'd he e.irly Knovvlege Of diftant Climates, and of vaiious Nations T "Was it, to fpend his riper Years, iramur'd, Freleflfng on important ?oints of^--iGrammar.' 1 hrice happy Dunkin I who, in wide Uitonia, Extenfive Realm for thy extenfive Meut, Reignell fole Monarch of the lib'ral Arts: Thy Tribute and thy Fame, alike unrivaid. There, ftretch'd at Eafe, beneath a fpreadir.g 8cccfc, In vacant Hours, thou canll attune the J yre To noble Themes; to Patrioti:si unffigo'd ; To fpotlefs Honour; undcfignir.g Frier.d(>ilp; And their great Pupil, ourador'dMecsnas; Tranfporting Subject! which beguil'dour Steps, When, nigh Eblana, once, we Itray'd tigether, Regardlefs of inceflant Showr's; and llrovc 'J 'exceed each other, in alternate Praife Of pee.'Icfs STANHOPE. Even hali'nirg Time Comprels'd his Pinions, and a while .nlighted, Curious to overhear our raptur'dSong. Yet, happier far, thy candid * Friend and minsy Who now, retired from the buftiii.g City, To beardlcJs and to bearded Youth (Jike The Peft of anxious 'I'utor?) bid^ adieu ; And, in the Prime of Life, can Life enjoy. Such Probity, and fo rewarded, tempts me To think thiat Fortune, in tome lucky Minute, Refumes her Sight, to view ancttamon \ iitue. And make Atonement for her ufual Biindnefs. OJ had thy Prifcian been the fenfelefs Uff-pring Of ftme rude Peafant; rear'd to wbolclome Labour; He might haveliv'd, a walking Vegetable; Uuconicious of his Being; nor had curs'd T-hellopid, fluviih, thanklefs Trade, which robs him Of Liberty, of Health, and precious lime. Choice Gift of Heaven, to a thinking Mind. Stop, gloomy Spleen; thou .Son of impious Ptide^ I will not liiten to thy fell Suggellion;: Begone: fcducing, fatal Mo:i;!or Of iouth Sea Bjbbles; ofdifcarded Lovers (But moft, the tarnifh'd Beau, who dreidii'g Dans, Hop'd kind Protection from his wealthy fair: Or bungling Statefmer, wiien their cob.--eb �ch�;nsj Are difcompos'd by fome inttuding Flies; Or homebred Warriors, who, diidainicg Death In miry Fields, antiiripate their F.-ae, And bleed politely on their neat Setcee. 'Twas thus, to Eve tHe wily Serpent whifper'd j And Eve's rebeTlious Daughter, to her Lord, The fam'd, heroic MoraJill of Uz. But thus, revesld Phibfophy a'oates The mental Fever af her ruly Patient. ' My Son, content! not for an cqus! Lc: ^-Within this Paradife of Ka:'.ves and Fou.'j. ' Refign to fuch, their Seetirg, only Joys, ' Narrow Poffcffions, meaet fur n.nd v Soj!5. ' Above the fart.heft of yen lucid O.b, Thy rich, thy lafling Patrimony lits. But know, that homble PaticiKt, trui^y Guide,-' Prime Favourite of Heav'n, ard Fr.ecd 10 M-co, Aloce can lead thee to that biif^fui M".r*cm. Dci>or Gibio-i. ^ -is � S n Is > c --9 is - _ mm S ; S " 2 si- .5; M � - o .-o ~ %Z' ;^ s 3 - 5 Mill 1 i; ^ill-Si- 1- " --0, = > - - o - m � -.5 s > . W . ^ C *-* t "3. c ti: ^ 5 '� - ��
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