Dublin Journal, September 18, 1850

Dublin Journal

September 18, 1850

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Issue date: Wednesday, September 18, 1850

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Previous edition: Sunday, September 15, 1850

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 18, 1850, Dublin, Dublin RGB Dublin From Tuesday September the i8th, to Saturday September the 22d, 1750.  S5 ""f there hav'ing beea.no other Sicknefs here for Grand Signor being ftrongly inclined to Peace, and the People flrations ^ome Time part, than what is common at and the Janiflaries eager for a War. It is reported, that his Prufilan ^faj^fty has fome great this Time of the Year by the People's eating G E R M A N Y. Scheme upon the Carpet, for improving the Trads of ci.s Port ^3::: r� 55 too much Fruit, without the Affiftance of Schaffhoufen, Sept. 7. According to Letters from divers of Etobden in Eaft-Frcizland, and for encouraging indLiiirious - J g 3jg g Is:: M - = 2 "5 bolb the People here, atid at Fez, enjoy at prefent perfcft Italy as being at the Eve of a Revolution, which will give it of this new Projeft inio Execution, for'the"Advancemen: of his il*vS|a Health. One of our Galleys 'u returned into Port, and has quite a new Face; for whilft the Courts ofLVienna and Hano- own Revenue, as well as the common Benefit of his Sub-fts,' brought with her a French Tartan loaded with Barley, which ver are; ufing their utmoft Endeavours at divers Courts of the which are Points equally confidered by all wife Princes. (he took two Day* ago off Malaga; and the floats at Tangiers Empire, to get the Dignity of King of the Romans conferr'd We ar� informed from Derby, that one George Smith, a have alfo brought in a Ship with Corn. on the eldeft Archduke, Meafures are taking at other Courts, Journeyman Wookomber of that Town, died there lately rav- Rome, Aug. 29. The Pope, it it faid, defigns f�on to for driving the Germans out of Italy, and giving Kings to ingmad: The Caufe is afcribcJ to his taking off the Skin of a Bike a Promotion of four Cardinals; and it is reported that Lombardy and Corfica. mad Dog, and cafually putting the Knife into his Moucli. the Cardinal dc Bourboni Infam of Spain, is determined to _ Drefden, Sept. 12. iAccording to our M Intelligence from Some-Time fince died the Hon. and Rev. Sir Charles Cor- teaoonce the Cardinal Hat, defigning to marry. Warfaw, Matters Hill appear foembroil'd in PolandTthat there bet, Bart of Stoke in Salop. He was the youngeft Son of the Peterftourg, Sept. 1. OrdersTuve been fcn't to the refpec-' is no Probability of our enjoying his Majcfty's Prefcncc before late Sir Robert Corbet, who died in 1740, and of the Lady in Ports of this Kingdom, to difarm all the Imperial Fleet as the End of the Winter. Jane his Wife, Sifter to Charles Hooker, late" of Eaft Greeq- ftey fliill arrive from^hcir Cruize, bat not to difcharge the Hambourg, Sept. 18. The laft Letters from Peterlbourg wich in Kent, Efty By his Deceafe the Dignity of an Englilh Sulort. ' advife, that M. Wayrendorff, Envoy Extraordinary from the Baronet, which was conferred on his Ancedor Sir John Corbet, Stockholm, Sept. il. They write from Trolthalta, that Kingof Pruffia; has lately had a private Conference with the of the fame Place, by King Charles I. in the Third Year of his ,9 �-5 W Sluices fbr the Canal which i� to open a Communication Great Chancellor Count Beftucheff, and deliver'd him a De- Reign, is become extinft in this eldelt Line of that honourable'B�� I*� ""rL, ^L^^Hftment of ^is that the Sabfcriptions to the Chamber of Monttofe, towards ^'^t::.^ -which *'!J^t^^^^^^ fofd fSrIoL H. and Srry ng on the Herring Filbery, aIrea%amount to ,ooo61. p j FiOiery;; the Sea^ dW! Height o?the Bnpgemcntj-a Mdor, that fwmcd �o be Captain, iomped into our Vcfltl, but immediately receivfd wtal Wound; and was knocked overboard into the' rwhldr-theXebequefooiiTheeredoff. .This cTofe J J about half an Hour; wc retkon about joo Moort ibut can fay nothing as to the Number of Wounded, we reckon only feven Men wounded, and not ightCMf he Eight HonouraB!? tht L^d It - and i Stop pur> for the future;^ to^aH thofe ifiefcftCe�~i- Inlrigies, in which fome Kind of bufy Spinu arc.cc&u�ipaUjr .Ki?�flOT, aiihi^^^^^ . . ---------- ^S5*.8. tt*^�Werm^ Ak^rJcrliJHade outf!K;.aL,�