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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 11, 1746, London, Middlesex To with grateful Hurt md Savd by thine Almighty Each B icon hall begin a O Guardian of our Land To Him loud HalUkjahs Who favd us by his mighty Hand Arti let triumphantlos ring To throughout our happy When hid oer barren WILLIAM led our Forces Our God appeard at his Right And did the young Hero When againft us He broke their numerous And fcatterd wide our flying As by Tempefis the light To Him that favd us let us United Adorations pay Let early of Praife And hue conclude the happy See balmy Peace does now To blefs this our happy Ifle See Plenty fills fragrant Horn5 Joy and Mirth around us mile Juftice has now refumd And fair Liberty ftill reigns Cruel Oppreffion iino For Heavn GEORGES Throne CHORUS To Him that favd us let us raife Repeated Songs of grateful Praife Let Mirth and Joy alone And happy hai And now may Hervn hear our With Virtue blcfsour Secure us all from future And ftill on Britain Cmile Prtferve our his Life Ever to proteft our State Blefs all his both Old and Ycung Make our DUKE both Good and To that favd then well raife Neer endiag Songs of grateful And Mirth and Joy hall ftiil And ftill well happy Britain A WHAT Words JEHOVAH hall I choofe T exprefs my Thanks to Thee Wiiat reverential Pofture Down on my Face or Knee External Forms may fcem Yet no Acceptance find Nor all the Pomp of without A correfpondent The Hearts in read me thtre See Gratitude and For Competence a Confcience With Health and length of For one true an Offfpring And what is dearer For Love that did my Debts And brought from Heavn thy Shall OGOD thus highly Eer Difobedient prove Or make revealed Truths a And Sceptick Reasning love Shall I prefer a tranfient Sin Renounce thy Sacred Laws And flight thy Holy Checks within To gain the Worlds Applaufe rather let my Hand forget To guide the paffive My Eyes in total Darknefs My labring Heait ftand To a Friend bewailing the Shortnefs of and the ftrift Neccffity of my how fa ft the Years are born How the circling Months return isor can the nor the Grey or wrinkled Age But unrelenting Fate fweeps all into the Urn Nor nor nor Viclimj can defray One tributary Moments Stay Pope dies Ntnres And Marlbtough armd wifh Britains Th Shrink at the fatal and fail an eafy Prey Not noble nor comely Deaths rold Embraces can cfczpe Princes and Great nnd Alike revere the Tyrants Alike confusdly lye ia one eternal What makes us from the WOTTJO fo early pi And the dread Thoughts of Da h decline Why do we fhun the dangreus And Sicknefs in auturmul Since all muft toon or lite their Breath refjgn doomd for all to pafs the fatal Let the wife Thought our Lives conjrou Where dark Diflruft and Horrors Where birking Confcience hakes her The hoary Sinner and ft ings his You my your Wife and Children Icav Your your and all you have And of thefe hasty Youve been at fuch Expencc to None but the baleful Cyprcfs toliows to the Another Lord Dull then with lavifh Wafte what youve earnd by Care and Toil And fpill the rich and racy Wine Which now an hundred Locks Fit for a Royal Gueft to drink Whofc fpaikling Gaynefs locks the expefts the roly and rateu it with a D U B L I The Thirtrgiving Diy for the total Defeat of the Rebels it Culloden Muir by our brave young Hero the Duke of Cuinbef land was religioiifly obferved by all and and Ma jor Malide of Brigadier De Grangues Regiment of in the following My Lord went to followed by his Militia under and the Major from his with his Troop fully with Bayonets fixed and green Boughs in their the whole making a very brilliant Appearance and after hearing an excellent by the Dickfon on the Dragoons and marched in folemn Or der to the here was Lord and Lady with a great Number of Gentlemen and Ladies of that in order to fee them go through their which they did to the Satisfaction of all after which my Lord invited all the with a to Dine at his Country where having drank his the Royal and particularly the Duke for his Glorious the whole re turned to Town in feveral snd were treated by his Lordfhip with a grand Bill and a magnificent where the loyal Healths were repeated with Tranfports of His Lord fhips together with the Barrack and were illuminated in a very genteel and he treated the Dra goons md Militia with each a Barrel of The whole was concluded in the moft amaible and they retired peaceably tothtir Laft Saturday the Coroners Irqueft fat on the Body of the late Ruffe of Brideftreet and brought in their Verditt that he died of a common Fever and not by any ill Ufage he received from And we that two iminent Phy and four have given their Opinion to the fame Upin which Ge has been admitted to Laft Week a Child had his Skull broke in four or five Pieces by the Kick of a Horfe in Jamess And another frac tured her Skull in faid by railing down a Pair of The Right the Lord Mayor is very vigilant and Aclive in the Execution of his and has taken away fe deral filfe Weights from People with whom he found them his Lordfhip discovered one bafc where a Mealman had his Weights right but upon Examination of hia one of them was fifteen Ounces heavier than the where the Weights always His Lorcfhip feized the and is de termined to profecute bra to the utmoft Severity of the The Philharmonic will begin their Concerts on Wednefday the ltd with Handells celebrated Mafqae of Acis and The poor confined Debtors in the Marihalfea of the Four being Eighty in who live Hpon humbly beg Leave to inform the that they with their feveral hclplefs in the utmoft Diftrefs and Lsft Friday Evening the four Loittry Tickets taken by Mif take the Saturday were fent by an unknown Perfon to the Lyingin Hofpital in Georges We from that ihe Thomas Sovereign of that gave a moft elegant and a Ball to the on the We have received many Accounts fjoir Parts of the Kingdom to the fame Purpofe but as the Particulars of them of them would fiH many we hope to be excufed for not inlerting as we cannot poffibly find Laft Tuefday Efq was mtrried to Mifs a Lady of great Beauty and a Laft Saturday Alexander of Efq with his Lady and arrived herc from England ai did alfo the Printer hereof in the Whoever has loft a Rjfe Diamond may hear of by applying to the Printer From the DUBLIN The Premiums of ten Pounds and fi to Pounds for the and fecond beft HogQieads of Cyder of the Growth of the Year 1747 in this will be determined at the Houic the firft Thurfday in November The Candidates for faid Premiums are defired to bring to the Parliamenthoufe at n oClock the fame fome Botties of their refpeftive in order to be examined and And on Wedncfday the th of the Premium of and for the firft and beft ioo Weight st cf the Growth of the Year pro duced at the will be de teimined at the fsid Market There muft be two real Competitors for any one Pre and no one can have two of the and who got the firft Premium for Cjdfr of the Growth of will be excluded from the given for and they who hive go the firft Prsnium for of th Gowih u be excluded from tJie like for Hop of Affi Javids muft be prductd that the Cyders are the Produce of the Year and that the Hops are the Produce of 1746 in this And whereas the in order fo encourage the Mmu faflureof Paper among hive prcmifrci fcveral Small fir guherin they proper to give that no PrrLmijm viil be given fur Rags cxpomtd out ot ihe and Raggithererj will not be intitled to hut for fuch Rag ss fliall be made into st the Mills in this of which due Proof mufl be WheTas notwirhibndrg thf rumerous Cures performed by Dcclor PROFILYs Medicines in veneral on miry Per fon1 in this without Confinement of the or Interruption of their wuo were judged incurable but bv Slivauon his noeJ and fome envious People have fpread feverjl Stories to injure his Credit and depreciate his Me dici Now the Dftor to evince the Efficacy of his and fatiify the Public refoives to make a puclic Trial of them in the The Dror hath taken a Houfe in oppofite to Schoolhoule lately inhabited by an waere he ready to receive nine Paticms in the worft Stage of ihe fix Men thiee Women fuch are to be found on the following That cich Patient before he be reciivtd into his be examined by two or more Phyficians arid wno wil infpeft the and the Sate he or fht is As thcDoftors Medicines do not confine the they go out and attend their BuGnelj all but muft return to the Infirmary every Evening at 7 and lye there every until they quite The Paticnt ftull Live all Medicines and tlie Doftots likevrife and every otlier Thing and a Servant to attend them Every Patient that does not conform to die Doctors Di and is not regular in returning at 7 oClock in the and does not keep him or htrfelf hall be dif charged The Doftor hereby invites the Phyfirians and Surgeons of this whofe Curiofity may lead to fee of curing the faid frem y oClock to every EreoW from the ith Day of October until tfie perfect Recovery of the faid 9 of which he golt into bfs mary and the Dbflor intreats the FaWmr of them his Infirmary fuch Perfons labouring under the venereal Difeafe heyday Judge Proper Patients for the Tryal of the Efficacy of the DocWs acd his Skill in the Application Thiy Day is publifhed by the Printer Price Halfpenny n his Requefi in the Pretenders A Print of the SIM ON FltAZER Lord L O Y A Taken from the Original Picture of hi3 which was painted the Day he arrived at and the Morning before he fet out far Loadssn the celebrated Ho his Day ia ready to be delivered to Seventh and laft Volume of The UNIVERSAL It is requcfted that fuch Noblemen and Gentlemen as have been pieafed to will be fpeedy in fendingfor their Several Perforts having fent odd Volumes of the of the Dr tcf the Printer hereof to have them matched with others and the Eighth and iaft Volume cf the faid Authors Works being finimed in Price or ftitched and in Duodecimo and Hitched It is that the above Pcnons wbeill plcafed to fend for their Books and have The faid Works neaefy bound in ia Eight is Forty and in Eight Volumes Duo One Pound One Shilling and The Works are as Containing the AUTHORV in Hit Tat TRAVELS of CaptXn LEMUEL GULLIVER Ibs DRAPIERS LEIJIKS and other Pieces relating to The CONDUCT of the and the Toe PUBLICK SPIRIT ef the with POLITE LETTERS to from DIRECTIONS to Any Volume of either Ediiion may beha d alone to eel ompkat or fcpply the Place of thofe that have been or or JOHN of having get the Pratmium of ten Pounds frcm the Dublin Society fo Velvet this being of his own in new better Method than ufed in this Kingdom which Piece he has to difpofe by Retail He makes all Sorts of fo as to wear longer and better than others ufually in this Kingdom being a young and the can will fell them cbeapr than can be bai efcwhere therefore humbly hopes for the of tiic Nobility and and Lovers of this aa the Good are if not fuperior to any He is willing that his Goods hall ftand the Teft propofed by the Dublin Nest Saturday Hamilion and Walker will have their the Mufick Hall in Fifhamble SioFn or Straydon Monday rhe6rh a tall Ugntcolourd Dun 4 white the Bod of his Tail tipt with a white Streak down his and a white R ng round bis Black about theEyesi and anfwers to the Name of CAPTAIN whoever brings hftn to the Sign ot of WalesVHead on hall be very well MATTHSW Seedfman ird takes ihio Opportunity to acquaint his Cuttomers and that he is re moved from his jeedfliop ia to Use Corner of Ham next NewChurch hfidd and con tinue to fell Garden Stedsof aJl WholefaJc or at the moft reafdnable and hopes for the Contruarce of his good Ht Lkewife and executes Im provements lor Gentlemen in the moft natural and rieral IB which fiaiincfi he was bred up usder hrs who was chief ro Lord ac He can give fficientPtoof of his Skill in thisParticular ltd that he may be relyed on fot the Goodnefs of his the Tettimony of a Gentleman of Credit in this who broufbt him frojn awi whofe Improvements others dtfigned and exe cuted to their and is BOW empoyed by a Nable Earl and All Sorts of Garden Grafs Seals of ell Kinds to be fold by the faid Matthew The Charitable Mufical Society in for the Sap port of the Hofpitsl of had their firft Concert on Wodnefday the of Every Member to have two Tickets for Ladies each and a Right to Vote in the Difpofal of the Fund of the and to iifpeft and exa mine the The Books are everjr Day at Manwarmgs Mufickmop in to receive Snbfcrip tions and every Wednesday Nipht at the Mufickhall in Crow Medxls are as fuppoied fthro Miftzke in the Hands of fome late Officers in faid Society tis re may be fent to Manwarinps they are a nun on one and a Trophies of Mufick on the R ICHA D Printer and Wbojerved bis io George Faulkner Hivinj opeiidd Shop in and furnihcd himftli with Bocks in Facul and of Stationary Wa hopes lor tae Cufiom acd Rccunttntfidxtidn of his whom land all others tiat are pieafd lo deal With him he will ufr in the bctt JOHN Editor of the Lfitin at the LJnivrrfitf of Jrtth this Lay opened a at his in CheqnerUce ntar where fce projofeth to initruft youns in the Greek and Latin Languages and will tike DO mote Scholars than he cat teach he Intending at no Time heraattor io keep an RJCEs ASSEMBLY is to be held Taeflay in the Theatre Royal in jfit is covered and the whole Houle illuminated ia the fane Manner as formerly at the Half a Crown ficketB as theDoor for ISAIAH Hamakei hkrinJlAts 5y opened Shop in Houfe formerly kept 07 has Jhis Year obtained the Pnexniun from the Dublia ccliinj in Gentlemens and felis all Sorts cf Wats for Gentlemen and either by whofefsft or retale rind tz he mjtnulkftures them he wifl moft retfoaable He hai a good Quaatity of famt Kind of Gentlemens Hats ns thofe or which he ot has a Middle Floor and Bed Chara bsr to be let HSWRY at the Career Sko wwt to tarliamea acd oppofeiethe coatiflaes tafttll Geaeiae Liquid Nvntty the Kind recommended Tar Water by the Author of Siiis as allbTar Krattr la the moft exaS max EC r and as therj becu made by Servauts goisx to Places aod Tar aodTar in ordzr 10 prevent the like for the printed Bills with that bought from Ms uy Quantity from a Barrel o Freih GERMAN SPA In whole and jolt imported in which hs will ieli US Set Printed Sills givea wuh Whereas the Charlta icflor cf Bcnhrrgh in the County of lately cicd poflcflcd of a vervconii dcrvbie rcrfoDftJ Eftate lor chip
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