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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 9, 1884, Dublin, Dublin                                !ded w'i'S" ioiJIcient refTeflimeots, inllru-B for obfen ations, fi- pe�5tcd to -experience ; flnd from the philofophicdl al)ilil?cr�� of Dr. Jcfteri^rs, the fiubhc m^y cXjKtft tc� be htj;hly gratified.    J Soon after Mn BJanchak-d's IwUoon was liuncned, \wo fmaJI balloons fet off, which ateftded per-pcndiculi'irly \vitft grfcil Velocity. TTity paflVtl the iarpc baUo�n) Whkhat thattiTrte'wfjftgoing almoft horizotit^", atij lht:ft:by proitd ih'�i thi large ballooA was not und�r the inRuencebf thewiiiH, bnt rtndrtr tftat of Mr. Blanilhird hinjftilf, whovvas guiding it. ' Dr. Jeifefies) a letter to a friend, gives the fpl-Jd\*'ing; account of the voyage : li^jujjr, /^nfortuilatcly tWrfbrcda, an(t wTiylillci Some peifoiis report tli �m.t?th^virn|'inni ^ be AX-as 'fouira J miich iti^ (S tteivoir Avehue i jtn^a^edby the ��� horfe near the ipot. the abijv�-fliention� bbed bf three RjiHidlsi i wrote you far, vcryjkr,4lioye t^e clouds. Vl'^c have had i. Ihoirt, but nidft nobl^ 9irid et\(;hantiiig voyage of twenty-one jniles, over Shootfcr's-hiH, Sec. &c. and landed on the banks qf the Tham^ in the parifli of Stone, in Kent, within Ijalfa mil^ of EflVx. ' Our motion Was Tcry^apid, and all our'^llaft ^x-i pended.'* Mr. Blanchard appeared to hare fo piirfeit a coi^jii-j mand of his baUoon, that he croflei and rp-crpflell the Thames,fevcral tithesj undetermined. which fide of the. river he fttouW li^nd upon, and>t1a No. 9.913, �o,4?5* �7f4+6� 32�38�� lopl. 5ac^\i No. 24,-3a9>  10,378, .28,65$, 21,860, 9*902,;  50L each. f   Eleventh Day'* Drawing. ^ No, 229, 2,215, 9�i84, 11,176^ i?,7a7, 16,599, 19,411, 23*027, 26,31$, 34.^55. 35�^4*   I . � <�-  '   ^ .     . joolp each, s ^r. ...     , Mo. 6,244, �o.7J7, 12,259, isiVJo, 2r,997# j�4,o83, ^4,565, 35-t920� -^l- I'wdfth''Day's brawirigl - No. 23,92^, 20o61, ; No. No. 25,899 No. ^5429. .'I?90|. � 30,471, 22,134^ 8,85b^ ipoT. each: I, 12,648, 33�^6?, :33,b85, 32,813,- 5C)I, ea -' ^ perCt. Scrij�.- 4P^r Ct.ditto-r-T i 5per Ct.Stock'- 1 Lot. Tick. ,      i I ji EL A     d: ^ AVaterford, Dec. 7. Xaft Saturday night the , funowing*.m�lancia)lf accident, happened iii Barronr � ftraiic^ett A� Mrs. EUiinor Shifty, (a maiden . lady) was reacr|Jenui Do. U:bcnture� . at 6 jh^f CtDt. E�ch4n(uc�f Bin*yiyiiile I 1784. Vm. ^Ditfo, 47|!5, Par, jDitio, 1735, ev,. Ucbenturco   '   gg  5 L   t . |>fer Cent.      8* Ci^y.Buiij3 6 |ier Lenc 10% Dluo 5, l'�r. 88 iBank'.StocU.    107 , iyctk�L(tan      ici Dublin ou LoiiduD 7. 1 o   q., o o fit A few' STAtfii .LOTTiaV TICKETS WAR-RA^frKO U^ORAWN, to b� h�d at R. MoN-OiiilEPF&'s State tkMAt d CoflhwI. tioih, a� an Apprentice rathe BooMttQiAg it^ftqei*. jLa-imi'�atthe**PPt V*rietr nf FRfiMCH. SPANISH an4 FOItruUAL Wiom at Firft Q2 ^y  ^^oo4^nd Bditle. .   �   - � _ . 4 i'(/p?^able correy^ndent h^ obliged us with .of the' following cunolts EngUlh hand-bill, whictt we give our readers verbatim : ' ,B   U   G   O  S, ., ge thjRy ever fpjiuiiljerousAre ^fiftauallydeftrdycd put,, of ^e^ft^ads,., furniture,, wSills, paper, &c. by And.r&w Cook^V at .the KingV'Arms, Holbom giiiova fram 4 lady unknown, F�r thcure �jf the liQrefl'td j^r ofc St. Citheri^tTJ        ^i^rijig^hji incieuient r<;^io�. Dnaor BlundeO acknoWledgck. the reCe^.t of one guinea frorn a Biintlci^an to Dtirchafe co�li. f�r the conunititia io toia�l in-Iice8r^ treated wii^, on.th'e n^ift .fektonable tetnis.' Wbere-| ^ a H *)f, people' ftile tBpmfc)y^� bugg deftroy�r� to-his majefty, which ferycs for.po.iother purpoie^than ;t�.drkwin:the unl^ry^r Jod deceive ttie.pufailit, as 9P pcrfc^O ^a^ ever apppintedto tJiat.offl(:c.i dtiefer t^.the Court Cakuder prior tp jOiycars, it l^baa a fight, it 5a myielf, by working m fundr^apart-jlipnta m. h,i majefty*, palace' Be^vare' o^afct oil pretendeffi to my aAiiaiid iciences, Some rtliortithat ,jL am dend, in order tpobtaiD.jny.bufincfa.'': 1 am a tall ,tbi{i man, and al^'^y s in the bufine^ myiclfi. I| gp t,o any p^rt of the. jkingdoipi! at the requiE'ii of itay 4pn>pU>yei;^. Pkafe to' keep this blill as a diteAioni i lemaii}' w:ith due refpe  coot and branch. .'. ; Thej9.Ujaqce bttweeq:;'France and Holland.iv-lik^ th^itilbteltv'een ^11 ftaCe^,^^.^ncicnt'or modems t)rigi-' nati'ng in iiitereft and continued through expediency. During the Itlft^wari thcvQceti atid*SiJriifies'otFranc� were employed to pj;o|tj: o 13 11 d 14   i V10 .41 090 ,T�l,^l Av. '1.1.   d. 9 8 THeAa-Rfi.WYAL. 9MoP^Aif�:RX- \ ,  For the .Benefit    Mr, R Y^D .� R.......     � Oti'Friday E�eo1n|^ the x^th Inft. bedcAfter, �ill be preKnted the Cd%.�>�i�li*sdtW!^    ,    v   >      t � 1'     C A R B-LvB        H U � BAII>B.  -i^" Lord Foppington, Mr; Ry��er i Lqrd.',MMel^ta.--Mr' ...... Lady Betty Mfrtiifh; M'rirDilti' '�    Wiih^wFarte of ,        THE ENGLISHMAN 4^ARIS. , ? ifclililc. Mr. SWiiijTr^Jr'jJhif^cfc Mr. Hiit^i'Maf-q.ii*, Mr. Baker; R�get, Mr, Lyiith;'BaWser. Mr. SparkH j;^a n.'V'Oauphhih.'Mr; 4iinitbJ[ and S�J)>ile, Mt-O'JVeiUy. oMnd-, ,    . *h�-e,fcl��*a'fl�hP ^iKfesiOuyiheitAkta.      %\\' PUccs in the-Boaes t6 tietXten �f McCTrit. Trefham, at th w/tuMofnr A Momeot-nSeA'^ thtj Chddrj$iii .aimftQitia Tr4ii)jaf4Miaf�irtvne� iendefadtun-i able to--'�---"------ - . � i    �  -      ...        <. th�/ftreihere(W�t foi' til^iiffe on thfe'SeW Trafii {fi a mare extcti&veiMiinMrthab he;bM hcrtt/>f|ttrej And at the fame Time to ac ^f|f^ Equal .'f not (uperifl^r to lanr iaapotted'fro.ai'A>*'ica Afla,  9�W�frontirhi)i ExperenMv mayby^ food QaidriKt w^lh Mopw APpjicjtton �n4 qv�YW?nc�;. be cbliivM�d to nroauic Frolt fit Toi; TaWi.eTerjf Mwft'^ 'Wthe fear. ''^ : . ^.  "     ^   T If the 8e4il' .ddea' �br Mf*�r the dereripVi eiB�eW tB�^r^^U and Ootertiaituf, of ^XirStv^S^'S^^^^^^^ duflaratpr UiftWteC v^FreehoWeni A bawe^uAt kct Cg^rtl ^He | ' T a * Ts ana Ji t ��4iC� �, 1f <.�i *y       on UttififekW*' ll!iii.*;?4fj)' ^l^reit.T, L^wcr Ufmondrqriay, w*fo .Mlino*^,lid|t#�f^^h i iiUeB^cx%�i^ Will fee a P^rch on the Tang.e bed, near th< JfowH&.U. ,ing�, which iiin fof, and le^veniu)( oftK^'llnaii Dwtie* mi the ajih'Day dlfte^mbcr, 178:^' Wbi?aippll�d'1n puncliaflo^'.irfiuD ut. Uittrry Iw-beiitures at or imt^er the Hate ol Kiifihy  p.i)iH)i^i. tur <4ch(^p^ Huof^red.Pouiid*^ nr^ h|. rpavinc ^reniiim*  (rr the Rate oF^'IW Pcun the Holdmo* (ir* #y Billilffiitd pVeviOtiiTta- th �-rp,l-T laO, -vkho (hail deliver in the fame to hi tinitMiS, a>'d wilt aac]k|>t 'Dehentureo in tsch'ttjit for a tike Aii*u.t (.arryin^c an Inuivft at the Rate ol Four Pvmnl�FcrCesu per Anpuntt. , . ; I ao)rc* 1l (Wh Pet WLnaa.Debr^ure�'i>nthvamiveiii| t w>l Fcrni., that^the Oflice ol hit Majcfty'i Ircafory tili he aay,' Thu^fliay, ^d ^Satufday,-" frim EImco o'tji.a* until three. ^  .-at?- .ft�f�^jT^eL�;Mf-mSj     Ret. � c�f CHABn'MLi(>fpi|al.;     "     , ' Propei'Qbjfefla*are'admitted on pr.ducnf! a Rccomn>ni-dati,oa, figned by .two oubfcribcr/i, and 10 Cifrtu* imi. m Aectdent*,*na ^�cop�n�?na?�ti> n i* ic .tnioj; i� w" * I 10 b'Cfeck. and McdiealJAfllftantc^w^w a,Wc�k. nif�d*ted annually, has amounted on an Aipe^agc lor iter teft 'Va�fiV�arft^Oi 4oq fM-y tipw4rUs the Nun-iKr. i KKcrn. relieved in the fauie iiiiic from ij.ooo 10 w.oca , 1 1 0 iii The Expencea of tht laft Ten Years have ? , . bi�n nnaitn-AvorkgetierJAiioum . >' And dvrint! the tail Year, cndloj? the 3ifi 3 MH'.Wff** �V the graai In J-728 crJafe of ratr�hTa, 'tneyaniuuiiteJ t� "t'ne'-F^ trto� foiPSnpiiOtt of the Hdufc arc .�'. I.'1   I' I       Ini .        . �:,     J.    , ' '�-S190irThe l�tirrrftof v^hich p�r Apn. i� a^r AnfiuafOrant from G'lvrnnitnt .jo 0 .  Ditto from the Orattd jurz of th&Clty; ,, it 0 0 a o 397 J3 j>iA, thfe laft' prod^eadi 4gh)ij6a.< 4 U aiid ihe^ Oifli now r^nuiiu n.; the Hands i.f the Trcafurcr � but 3(il, 6�.%y|ilf -, .Thli�if�rcuinll�oe*d ihc t,ut7T,oMA>f ^yPWit MfJt^htHt4^u�y. '   ,        ^      < OLD BQl-rLKDiwW ��a n^AoTi^pmy. nform/foe. Public h� Wnow ^t Ue^UCe, mbMtl rw�^�f*^'''fL'*!F   T flffltOftnath t Which M perQuaJ o Do. Do- .______Who try thofe Wine^jh� mended him, be iruft. alwie for a C�flU�u"f j Favour. ^^^^^   

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