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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 25, 1850, Dublin, Dublin From Tuesday December the 25th, to Saturday Decanber the 29th, 1750. Since onr laft arrived One Englifli Mat], which brought the Peletis, in which fome Pagan Priefb afl a Part, a Queftion fclldwi'ng Advites. NETHERLANDS. Bruffels, Drceftiber lo. RE AT Pains'are taken herein forming ftega-Jations for the Good of the Country. A Plan DUBLIN. Ucan Owen acknjjwfcdgeth the Receipt of focr Goineas of \y\i\Qh. is diilri^buted foar Court Mar.Oialfea. -C i, J � ^ Q 2-= 2 |< ; namely, in Pro- fame Time Dennis Warren, who came to fwear in behalf (being an excellent Juilice of the Peace) his Death wil^ be a portioh to their Income, of which they would be very unwil- of the Defendant, was committed to Bridewell for Perjury. Lofs to his Country. ling to be coriflrained to give an exadl Account. We hear, from Paris, that the young Pretender, who has Laft^uefday died Mr. Dalzell, an enfinent Paltry Ccok ia Hague, Dec. 12. It has been remark'd here, that a cfoler been fome time; in Poland, was on the Point of being married George's Lane. Correfpondence than ufual has been lately held between the ta a young Lady of great Diliindion aind FortuBc in that Next Saturd-iy beL-tg the Fifth of January, Mrs. Hamilton ^anifli Branch of the Bourbon Family and the Court of Vien- Kiiwdom. and Mrs. Walker will have their Ailembiy At the" M&fick BJ^.whofe Friendfhip hisCatholick Mnjefty, and the King of Yefterday 325 Barrels of BritiQi Pickled Herring*, cafch'd Hall ih FiCiamble-flreet, as ufual. dwTwoSiq'lies, by hb Order, is defirous of cultivating ; ahd and cared by the Pelham, the Carteret, the Bedford, and T>,.,� k. -----:i 1 at the, fame Time thefe two Courts fhews a ftrangeColdnefs for Arg^Ie Buffes, belonging to the Society of the Free Britilh That of Parma, at which, if one may be permitted to judge of i: Fi&ery, wrtc fold at the Royal Exchange Coffee-Houfe be- Cfenfhanboe illllll If nionftrJUJces, and given him the bcft Counfel; all which lie has at his Seat at Midghara in Berks, the Rt. HonoiirabIe"Stephen ." of this Mixture take one Drachm in the Morning fafting, i-done by Order of bis Moft Chrillian Majslly, but all to no Pur- Poyntz, Efq; formerly Preceptor to his Royal Highnefs the " Broth, Whire wine, Te,i, or an/ ct.lier Vehicie ; fail at pafe. A certain Marchionefsde Lede, who is Supcriotendant Duke of Cumberland, at his Death Pay-mailer to bis Royal " 5eafi an Hour and ah ialf after it. This you are to continue of the Houftiold of the Dutchefs, renders ail good Advice, in- Highnefs, and a Priry Counfellor. " fof three Months in the Fit, or ouf of it; |hen yoa may di- effiatijilj difcontents every body, and is enriching hcrfelf at On Tuefday laft a Grant paffed the Great Seal unto William " niini(b the Dofe, gradually, to half a DracSm, nnd take it J^hepufaHckExpcnce. ' Poyntz, of the Office of Infpeftor of the Profecutions of the for nine Months longer. After that it will be fuiScient to -fir iTiereare People here who have been greatly uncafy at the Court of-Ejcchequcr concerning prohibited and una'ccufiomed " take jt every other Dzy, or twice a Week. This does jiot I I PacHch Court's frnding M. de Chavigney to Venice ; and they Goods in the^ room of the Right Honourable Stephen Pcyntz, " confine one to any particular Diit; you n%ay eat and drink have had good i^afon for'being fo, from the Capacity of this Efq; deceafed. " wh.it you pleale. EJcercife is of great Service, efpccially on Minifier. HisnVakingTurin, Parma, and Modena in his Way, Ejttrafl of a Letter from Frarttfort, Dec. 16. " Horfeback."-- Keep this Roceipt by you, as it will and the conferences he has had, not only with the Minifters, * All Sorts of Grain become dearer every Day in this ^^t be printed again, bat alfo,xyith the Sovereig^is of thefe Courts, has greatly in- City and Places adjacent, which Rife is'occafioned by _ For the Cholick-, Or Bel'y-bonnd. a, 0-all III and walled Horfes. Give the Horfe two Ounces of Liver of Antimony, which is Crocus Metallorum unwafhed, in Oats and Bran mbiftened, 5," -^-l ^ every Morning for tweniy Days together.' S-i,si^^� Balls for the worli of Colds in Horfes nifter, and capable of overturning them. Now this "is a Cha- Dayson the Pxepofition'about levying the Twentieth-Penny in To Cure the Greafe, Surfeits, Lofs of Appetite, Coagh, Short-rafttr altogether proper for an Italian court, afrd more parti- their Province, they at laft came to a Refolation to fend to his nefs of ^Bieaih-, to pnrify ihe Blood; and to fatten ured cutnrly for thehibtle Vrtictians ; and this feeihs to be all the Moft Chriftian Majefty, with moft humble Rcroonflranccs and --j -n-> n IMyftery of fending the Marquis de Chavighcy to Venice, a Requeft to exempt tbeni from that Tax, and to accept of an -'hele he is as it were banifh'd into a kind of Siberia ; for his Equivalent for the fame. Kow they will be rc.ceivcd at Ver- ge'lhaj drawnhim from tbie clafs of thofe who pafs their Time faillei, we do.n'c yet knov/. [agreeably: at^coipc-Jo/pitc of the People who are jealoBS of Of all the Taxes raifed in France the moft barthenfome to ici. ' the People is the Tailic, becaufe it is not laid fairly and eqoi- :' ^'C'O' T. L A N D. * ' tably on the Subjfefts in the little Cities, Boroughs and Villa- ' EditJbargh, Dec. \%. , Tuefday Jaft the Remainder of the g^. This JTmpoft is very ancient, and produces a great deal; ' lOjOOol. SobfcripuW for the I^ift�ing Chamber of ithis City,. neVertheiefe^Propofals have often been made to abolifli it; |wa�fiBcdE,up, aM:feveralha�fubfctibedfince. bist the Diffitoliy that conftantly defeated fuch Propofab, was * L'O N DON, Dec. 20. � ia find Ways to raife a Fund equivalent to the Tailfc. It ' Sir Dj^iwersO^ornci Brother-in-law to the Earl of Hali- (eftns the "Government ij now ferio . Ifax, FirftComftiifllohef of Trade, arrived here fome Days ago this "tax, the King havmg already remitted five Millions of ' I uo EtK mean this Epifile as a Nova Scotia, having been there to furvey that Settlement, Livres of the Taille of next Year, and 'tis affuted his Ma- who were the Caufe of bringing into make them into a Parte: Give one of them in the Morning'S - JS|| falling, and ride him after it,* . , ^ ?� �-3 J'S Mr. Faulkner, - Ycfterdavtbe'CommifSoncrsforbuild.'ngWeaminfter^Bridgejefty intends to leflen this Tax gradually 'till it be entirely fent lhoclar.g Contageon thti has got amang our Horfes. As ftiid in to the Infirmary in Taroes-ftreet, \Tenminfter, a Bene- abolifhed. But whilft they are thus endeavouring to eafe the thr-y are Gentlemen, their o�n Hearts, t,s to be hoped, w:ll iiftiaAofiool iiiConfidftraHbhofthemanyPatientsthathave People of France, they arc cafting about for Ways and punifh t.hem fufficienily for tbcirTementy, r^or i> y. la^ la-Len relieved in that Infirmary f>om Acci^nts that happened Means to raife as much Money as poSible. and to this End they tention to inhance^odr Grief^ by fheWing how much the Tta er has raged almoft throoghout Engirdamongft '� ^^^'j^)"''f thrte parts of that Sjsecios \yerc at the Bottom^ 5 ^i^:.-! they art all recovered again. � I did not allow iKeJn to be For.the Sake of the Bnglifti Reader, I (hail here infeit 3 �"fAs c'oathfd in the Stable j becaufe.ibey woiild be more liable to of Mr, DqrdensTranflatioB of. this Paflage. catch cold al^irt; when ^xpofed to the Air,-.Note, that an The Rivers and the Banksand Hills aroand,, irw�T:n. - -. - . i With Lowihgsand with dyiog jBeats teftSund TPicSaijof Mart,'whom-Death r?ver'd before, iKnd fpar*^ in bhiodieft Battles, is no more : Whom^, Glory rortgha�^clieri(H'd in her Breaft, � Lab6u^8tiided�^Sj*3 to filentReft : tor'd b]rViabi:y�.n^er known to yield, - *'iipi!s wtfc--his Rivals in the Field, .--------r-- .....-; �-' -- �ve thefe a Places, as yoadia the fotnrer, vou will EngnOj or WinChefter quart is withm two er three fpoonfuls . fb. 103 j-qvrs, a ^-Sths; ^Ditto 2 Sub. \oL bourft'toNovaSi^tia. to 3794I. Sterlingi i-gtb. Ditto New, i Sub, SotJfcs fhdt. Ditto^ Sub. Proportion with regard to the FrenTh* Books Ihat. BaiSk Annoiiits," ij46,M iub. 103- DiUo 2 with'regard to the Englifli, on Occafion Sub. tor ^-Sths. Ditto" 1:747, i Sob. loc Ditto i Sub. lieFfiadiGarrifotibf Louiibourg toEa-*iDl. ;^L6^tcry, 174.7, i,Sub. ;Books ibur. Ditto t Sub, Althoogh Ihcfirii|: To Death at once wbr.�!e Heipd�.of TiU warn'dbjfrequtr.tllls, the Way thsy found. To lodge thai- Itatht jme Bodies under Ground. . � ^- ^ j -t am, Sir, your vci? horobte Servant, � Kbertjcns. | Iv* On Sunday ih* 26th of Jafmary next, being iWt Prince of-l**.?*" - mien's Birth Day, tb^; Right Honourable-and Hsieoutable t Sub. 102. Ditto a ll^e Socifety of SPOjfeTSMBN wiW dine at th� Rofe a^d Oottle 4 b ______ . , . . , , . , r/, I ;i
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