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   Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - February 22, 1770, London, Middlesex                                1 -.-e- 'r^flrtTfl'-T^TV*^ The Htasll* M hieDr.WAKD phalic Banff; Ni?1 * Dew PiHs; and C;�iVs Mag' are fold only by t'Hs'jprmb \gei of*ft&; Paris, E,trV^ll  ; WibTOlKikl l>r; are Mi'by th* piirjer fc�fc�  * ill-    f From tHURSDA Y, February the 22d, to  S AT U R D A Y, FitlRUARV.the 24tK, %* For the Batchtlor, No. 431 ; 6tc. lee the laft page. Since our laft arrived SLrJJritith PACKETS, which brought the following advices. POR.EIGN  INTELLIGENCE. GtKOA, Jin. 13. E have a report of the arrival of fome Imperial troops at Cremona; and that the Sardinian troop, are in motion towards Alexandria and Tortofa, &c. which gives room'-for many reflections^ Eight Spanith men of war are fitting out at F�froI,; and others. at Cadiz; and we are aflm ed that the French fquadron at Toulon -waits only for filing orders; nay� it is jnft now reported that it is actually ;t fesj"'� Rome, Jan. 13. The profoundell l'ecret'y prevaib at this court;" nothing ttanfpires of the defign* of. the Holy Father ; but we are afitired, that-at the en&tf February alLdiffertnces with the -powers of the houfe of Bourbon will beadjufted ; and ill the detifions then made-pubiic. . 0 N, Feb. iz, 13, 14, 1$, 16 ami 17. ,-Bets are feveh to two, that the Spaniards attack Jamaica before the iff of June. " ' Ths� are no-.lel* th*� 3.1 fail of the line at the Havannah.   The frigates belonging to Commodore Byrbn's fquadraa have received orders to fet oat and repair e^gedjtrovfli to Jamaica.      ...;,;/.. .^qmjjmg B�B� fay.�i   'bere '8 now a rtrong report, ji^vjefl, that jii,s grace the D.uke of Devonfliire ttude few dayf, fays as follows : 44 As I know you have a wi(h to be in.patlia-* WalLce.was |aund,guilty of robbing th* houle of Mr. Walter, o*. baafc ment, I have now an opportunity of helping.you to a feat (Weftbury) without* anil weadag apo*rt|. .    � *,,'- -        . :   _' .  v . any expence to you, on condition that you give me your word and honour to ' at ft.] -:-M^Namarr,,,.�..RgjfcrS� *m>    Sherlock, '*?%��>�:, vote according to yoor confeience." .1 -'-~ Fofter, Elqrs- th�ge$ Btnty-rfBayly, Metf. .WiiHamvMtfgf In>a'conference the other day between a great perfona^e and a noble duke, . Palmes, Turner, Smith, GaafidB and.JLUwfcm, aiVi*ed i�-4*iiP#lrtel\o� (P. of N.) when the latter gave as his reafoh for joining the oppofuion, that ket from Holyhead. v.    ^   ,   ,         * amidft the late changes he' found himfelfdirappointed in his hope* of being.   v,a*a.]'  Abo^ik ia the morning Sh�|ff. Ksft^pehemtttfisV'Ketr' -^*--<---   '  "-     - ' W1-J - rutz4lr#m^^ t&qUintm rvmti, f ^ar'4?fl*Sv*nd other things of viilu^v'ftii'jt; amidft tne late changes he found himfelf diiappointed in his h : when-thek acceptance woubi be more honourable Q� him., L'pon yrhich 'he,. gtNe his word.oe honour, that if they were offered *o b�n7*,^e.would., refute t.hem. At. noon, however, when he was fent ft r to ourt^ he ha^.^'t the ppw.er to refill; and calling upon his brother on his return. hqme9.to apologize for his condu-ft, he. there met with the ML of R-r^-m, when he received i'uch a ievere rebuke from them bth, that from that moment he refolved upon hU own deftrjjetmn. He tried the *^e^s of brandy to *xcefs, and even, laudanum,, beforebe had recourfe to this mt�tpedient.~It is'fojnewb,4ty^marjsabl�, that this gfmtleman's grand-father hanged hin>lel� _ �� > \' '3-] ^r *" ^,s!'t ^*?,.'IM a betof.five thouland guineas, that he procure* a man to ride fromLpJidon to Edinburgh and back again in lets time than apotber (haJUi ma^eane nMl|ionaf fcorts or dots ia the-moft expedi-tioos maqner that eaij' be cootrivid. �... His toyil highnefs the Duke, of Cloucefter, it is faid, will-command the ' army j and the buke of Curfdjeriaud wjll be appointed Lord High Admiral of Great Britain,, with a,proper council..    , ..... :  '       It is (aid that the queluon, whether th,e non-appe^araoce of a perfen on an order for attendance by a certain, a-^--y, wi^l ji(Jlify.-the i iTuing a warrant rut his appreb-enfiop, wiflbe a^S^tafgd m.a. few, dayf,. iV,    ..      ;        -   - "*''<" Letter? irdiin Madrid jtffii|n%thjt order* h&v� been given to fit out 16 (hi$e F'the lWw1th;t^'�tt^/lf�|�W0R�'Jafl,^       ^ J�nd forces are- to be coo* (fajeftjk will o^pole tfie Raflljii^eet ;n.th* ^ledius.raQQtai./ ! A, great perfonage' tilted, a cnnfiderabJ.e rioae |o ,Goloi,el Luferel, at the levee on Friday, and was cb'lervvd to take-.more.nptjcfc of him than of any bodyebe at cotj:t.-         _ ,.. '  Tfae encreafe of the majority on Monday ..night has preatly difconcetted (he minority,, who neverthelels give out,,that their- party ftill gains ftrength-; but we have authority to fay, thaLfevefal qfjhe.late dekrters a re now defiruus of obtaining an amdelly.        .... , . , . ��   a$, not yet religned his regi-onent. .   . There were -the full eft houfe of commons on Monday night that has been known for feveral years palt, 451 members . being prefent; the majority in* creafed, and the mingrity,continued jjartfy the.fame as upoastormer divifions. Frid*y laft, Lord Hjp}laneir fubjeits, or they mutt ,garter; a��r .uamu**y*l^$&':f--month. .^Baaraers twenty Guinea &t �nn, and fiv;rentri(M>i*<^wD|rir inftr^aion in bot k-keepiitg or ,aoy;^an^K^i^n|taf^pi^. don, with the greateft affortrritnt i-t �;old; and filver S-ifaW rfcWft tefoc Uicr Velvets, of the. newell!/paiiifrns, fa^iionabl^ ^ni^a, j>tofa�^(|(^��id^l^ Soapesfor wYiftcoats.. !As.i7'i-*is 'he.firfl wijjtetj o> thtr* bring'm 'tr^Mfi-ty, hive Wade the greatt-K ;imooj%ion,, ,axul.�^ief ��ia�k�h�a^j(; ^>J^*k*. a^rteable to thole w> . re pltafed to honour them with then cuWrtflitwt London is j.tiil arrived, here,'chatted wiiR-very important diffatches,'60 the fubjt�k of which feveral council* have been already held. , . The French are preparing t�fbuild a miliary hd/piVal at Tob|aU ror'tne're-,�Spti6nT as is laid, or two thoufand meflV in cafe of need: From this .cii-curo-�fianee of their providing an holpitai fer fo"l*'*e,a r.utnbtrr, it looks as'if, they thought they dmalrJ Jhortly flani* in- ottdnf t.    * Jitofterd�f tnormmt--Gtnenl 'NoH m*9e*d;fbm* 6S'r*rchfe':frirt' the continent, the conuentaiof which fro feon WtWew^hrnnicared to ahowirnan, who had interefted himfelf greatly in btK behalf. * ...f.-'t 17.3 We hear that a new prtrioir-ne* Chafing-crofs imen$appealing at the.enfuing.nrrafquerade-in bis wbV ehsmctet,' isrd tHar Balfe: ah^Ma'c Qwtk, ^rto;jbivfi likewite received'ths'new'poHtieaf''' ' "'* PertiCoat; the eirfignsot^tB^fmv''bttfci'e', t And Jit.ipftid^frracE^lf        is-'Wiifp^ar anri-.v*l;aot-be*df who ma k'ej* i'uch a figure in Chevy Chace, � The MJ-pv-s- of R-^-fS-m in the-'charifter "of Cinc'nnatns, crrying the new-tnventcd turnip hoe.  .'' V �       '� ''�> The patriotic Ijord Mheyf-x iw �b*:crtaia^er nf a Negro Driver, difpenfing the fwfieti iof Jiberty-^rotn^ fi'gar^cane among-fe'vefaj American Daves that are to accompany hiro.     �� n Z      ' '  ."'"','        ' ' ' Sir G,�-r~-tQ.xs.i--Mi6f&D&-\r\ in an American'Sablt.   ' The Di~ pf.Oi.f?�ait�t(ie eha'uftref of No> bdv.r   'L ' And the eeiebrflte*!'^oriiiis if. ro- appear thrttSn^ffifflbif IBarte^iun'a' drefs ieatfironJ Irebwa^:^anxl with hi^wowden f�v'rn,i^o^n�|),^oe>erTfe plea-fes, while no blow, howevt" well returned, will be a*8f^'t'o"ioudn"nis pe.-Ibir Notwiihftanding,fvll^the itories invented '    >-�>-��-�-�' ditof their order, and to.perruftdf!^ a diffolution, the very honourable the general of the Capuclynss'in Coti"? to them, the governor, with the fecurity marks of diftiuiSion paid^o i^e ambarfadorif ot orovv ned ficaris: A ereat lady tn. Pall.Mall is certaii.ly iniei'tftinj^ hcrtelf-'fii br.ingingaoont a coalition between the beads, of theewntreding pai tics'       1     .:    V > >: The D;- of C-�--d yefteiday- waite.l      r|%a 1>ilrtnp of Londdn, at- his houfe, arid had a long confeeence with hirrt; it is thought tflfefubject of whicfi was the caufe depending in. -the Cpnfilt rial court ol London, between Lord G-r and His 1-i-y^ ' The grand bufinel's, which was expeffed to be determined-yeftef'day, is deferred till Monday, very warm debates having arifen ona prevfcus fabjeft. According to advices from Rome, the Jefuits are not yet without hopes.of maintaining their ground, againfl all the power of tteir antagoniffis: One cir* cumft.ance extremely, in their favour is, that the federal princes' of Europe are divided about them, fome being for continuing the fociely, others lor dilTolv-ing it.. �      � , Extraft of a fetter from a gj-ntleman at Chippenham," Feb 9. 44 Wednefday latl, between one and two o'clock, aV I was travelling on horfeback near Beckingtcn. in Wiltlhire, a florm of,wtnd and fnow blowing; lb vi dently, I found it impracticable to proceed over the Down; fhereiore made Wpery.  His mail encoHragwieni to countrydeaiere.-N. B. Ani'i*p|vre�ttc;e* *HEA- � is wSridrtg. In* ^ hq� .Comedy"fnr'verper'iormrd     fthja, kingdom).cillejjT; D EtTlC AC Y. Xbl ihr levers Mr. M?hon, ('rom' iha^Thejq-L , CpVtnt CaydenJ^cilV Wr. Herfcert;. Sjr.Ha.ry, N^wbuiyrlif^ -Scttftr Mr. CWvfTei Mr'sV'H�iIeyr M?L Hoftipa; (frtrn the Thoaif -j~        r '^Is.Ambrofs; Wife HirwsfM>*0,IMU ; Mifs Aflimore.   With sn^^afional ......,_...is. . To .which; >w�ll be .^deeV^teoBiitl, Opera of the PADL .n Die^.^.-Gienville.-, L� M UgUy of Cowe*, Whiter htUfarjm,  __   _ --------   '.----v>1iv.�yi>4'HUMKU trrecimen of'a*W }E,the Celtic' nations', AcniWd,' fiftl ' borrowed, ait^ letterB,-and ttruidifiai thebioji^t M from'the'tttht it'thioW on the remote laws ,aod ;c-u^cw,^ij{^urope>^s ](5eli., as on many rtbf< �re pa'tTafej' irtsniien^ ^eff^^^l^mdsiemetl^^ i of tbe-apti\f�t h-fl� will be ejpjvncjl.^Jheir a/rriei and^vlefe-^Ranltr'tHey ' hi^'d striengft �be        ofJEurope, -rrftfte o^arjs mdf^f^siairjtf�gft thfrn. -Nature or the F.PgliA 40^^j(|d^ijjp^e^-^a^ i|eUoiM^ ^itnithe  tme light in which' tne Jiws.jwHpd .lo.lre^an^t, prevtons � thesreiurttof' JiamV* '"-""/i � iuuiiu it,uupi��.ut.auie ro proceed over the ilown{ ttieretore mane        "��-.��, muivni icverej nentps and tenements m OecK^ltitVf MaMifai the belt or my way to Beckington-houfe, where I was foon informed by tome   fr�m Loufth,^ ^Smi.hfieW, in thi- .Aiburl.s nf the city of: Dnbliof vC^f gentlemen aid two ladies, .juflengeri belitngwgto two of "the Cath*mach:rtpj, �n' h jufe fn Smi\h�el Je, known by. tfae"fifiW'^p '' Two Green :Pp%>eh-ult fet to M,. Lynch. kr.,wn b/.chel^^iijl J^r-w tbis-.is to cautif.i" " j- rot to tneat with th or mortgage ^f.^ny of th.eabJv.e/coBwirt, a�*s|"' . J'pr*-' Thowas Ledwich, by vJrt8jel4ta(S for the am now^p'alinc a l-.'U in rquityjx, the r�Wy of haf ^th^^p^ ton they  miles, liivbjg in equal wrght with the i'aiJ Thowr- � -�>�- r��M '�� .�'� ~t .1 - .1----------  howe er, they let diwntte windows of the machines, to make way for *L"   "~ "'   -'ij,--! wind si it cime (idenays, to kave- a free paflage. through ; inrhis fituation lat an hour; till they were lenr.incd to get out, to try tar n mile) but in confequence and the pafiengers were thep, in great d,faculties, btinff quite ctptKed to the- Barlow, in lemency of the wind and fnow : one of the gentlemen, in endeavouring to prevent the ladies from being quite blown away, loft his hold, and was blown from his companions upwardsof 150 yards, where he lay till afiiltnnce came almoftperiflied with the cold; at length they de-' marriage' ettlement made on nsv grand-mother. Am Smitl* hJp+mZtJZ*-a walk to Beckington-houl'e (the diftanee not being   -re�v Rnck. J .      ' ' .        - ^T^^*J^'* of this, both the -machines Immediately overfet,- Hp? be let from the zeth of ^rch,W, the Hbnfe and L*rt4*lMm*L ----,-------,.,_^...L.    J . Barlow, tat* o, Geithi^ ^ecea'fed; t�el4 under JoW, J^^B*' term that may be agreed uptin^ Pcopq)|ls^n Wr�% 10 brivce^t^Wm to him, incapable of either feeing or hearing, and-(according to"ibe gentleman's � account of himfelf on his recovery from the fright) breathlefs-r-^-t ftaid with thefe travellers above an hour and a half, and let the whole purely recovered ; and the ftorm being much abated, the people of the village and the c achf en . were ibout getting their carriage off the Lown, which they found impoffibl to attempt before." D   IR B- L   I   N Yefterday the printer hereof received'* 19. 4%i. Which, with 61. t8s. lid. he received before by feveral hands, makes yl. 10s. 3-|d, tor the diftretTed family lately advenifed in this paper. Letters ptttent have paffed the gncat feal, appointing the right hon. Lord Branden, Cuftos Rotulor\im'or' the county of Kerry. The Eliiaheth, Conroy, from Dublin to New-Yurie, is loft off Long Ifland. It is feared that but little of the (hip will be laved. It is fuppofed that every foul on board perithed, as ihe crtw took to their boats, and were not heard of eight days alter A T.he?.Gse-lif, Norton, from Yarmouth to this port, with corn, was ftranded, and the mate and one hand were browned. By the laft packet there is advice, that on the -yth mft. the Gryce, from Wells to this port, w. is drove adiore near Margate. The Unioo, Perkins, failed from Rotterdam^ for this port the;oth inft. . The John and Ann, Warehara, frum this port, *mered that of London the llth inft.- . ^.y!' v'/ii > � TuE�DAT,.Feb. loth ] At the commiflion of Oyer and Teerminr, Patrick . ����^--0--   -.^wiiwi Barlow in Pu'dding-'rbw, DuolrnVand'.-w-itl be kepCvftsre� �f--trqiitTe|^;#iR4fci�. The land is' choke goc>d, either^ for.mearlow or tillage, nonSllo.^a Gealhill , the tenant to be declared the aoth day of March next: Oil Gorman of Logmdre, near Gealhill,. will give polTeffion thereat,   v." t � ...     �; TO be let,, during the minority 'of T^mas Peane. and fawJHfktfjj&z el left now about the age of fix y^ars, and to be enteie^'Urttft InM^&i^. ' ately ' a good crmmodious Dwelttng^sjife, knowp hy M&fn$ T+ootwr, wilh a go. d yard and a back houle lately built thereoo,afllna|r*i*,--Ti(rhe-ftreet, c*mmoaly called the Gravel-Walk, Dttbjirt.  TN'premUles^ire n good repair, ^well noted, and an excellent Ihnding for publicfe bufioeS nherbuftrefs that requires room. Por.fanfeer particulars. cn6uire;of ^oT. Lynas^ linen wearer, oppoffte to fajd dwel%g ho|jfe in T frtfotmrt&Sm the atfminiftrator of-Jrhp tWjie, deceased, and guardian to fitittminDrtjfeKiiff* thts aift'Fcb. .770.-N; B: There are Sundry articlesgf furniture on thfcb^i'! miffc-s, which weie the property. 0/ faid John Deane to be fold: above. TO br let, at /(h-groveor Balally, on Powerfcaurtrot'4, near >Dund�u�r j three miles nd a r#lf from the city, 34 actes of ground, 23* of .Which arexhoice meadow, lately danced, witha%ood houlet a large|aiid�>^l|eiili! in. with every kind of out offices, all in choice rijpair, W'tb, aft agree^Sff nr.fpccr of die city, bay, and mountains. JSnqVKe V'^'P^^t^j^j^ procer. in OotTetiftr^et, or at Mr. James Curren's.in Patrick ^tm*,iSm^f f.n at Bsiatly will fl>owth*1and. r. '^mS�^' TO be let, a large houfe in Moontrai^ftc^t, ^r^v *;^e.*btrie -t^t office, vrherehi-JMr., l^*it'M^^"*!*i^%)�^^^^'iVl^.r ^ih*re i^twe^^fe^fart-uaexpired.  Eii^:^'^^^^i^jfi'm Pill-lane. .'^A^^ji^^*^;':^ snasiki   

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