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   Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - March 10, 1770, London, Middlesex                                $1* valuable Medicines of the la& Dr. WARD \ the Cordial Cephas* Snuffs Naples Dew; Keyfer's Pitts1; and Giefa's Magnefia A]ba; �re fold only &y the printer hereof. �cV of Paris East J� Lute* . lx>wther?s,l^jfer�,�..W#K o> ; ciai Magnets; W J*!^^?V: der; ere fold by lit pfyrff/fi&Wi 4 FroiU E S D A Y, March trie 13th,  1776.- *�* For the Batchii�&*> 4jj8 ; &c. lee the lift page. fence tmr laft arrived One BrM* PACKET, which brought the following F O R e I G �j vices. U INTELLIGENCE. Warsaw, Feb. to. BY a letter from Conftantiaople, of the 18ih of Deteraber laft, we learn, that-ten fcips df War are deltined 10 aft sgainft the Ruffian fleet, eigh*t of whlcnl are already equipped ; that an exprefs difpatched from the army near Babadagh, was arrived at the Pnrte, with the news that Abdi Pacha had entered Moldawi, burnt 200 villages, and mafficred the inhabitants as rebels, declared worthy of death by the Grand Signtor. However, the lad advices from that province make no mentic n of this event. Other letters fay, that the Turks kill or carry into flavery all the inhabitants of Walachia that fall into their hands. Hague", Feb. 17. Things are now carrying on here in fuch a manner that it i� n tiHe, that his Catholic Majefty has icluatly ordered thre> powerful fleets to be fi-.ted out with all expedition; one ff them is tocruixe inthe Mediterranemi but the deiiination of the other two is not known, fome fay that one is to fail to,wards the welt, aid the other towards the Kaft-Indi-s. They are all irr fa.h forwardnels., that^hey will be rtady to fail in �^very little lime. ��    ��>�.- Larfy C-~r'pleads in her excufe, that her mother, Lady H-V- ^wieefthe ladies' hf the? bed-chamber to the P-fs A-a, had at alltfmes ftrongly recoif(mende:..     Major Baugh, Mr. and Mrs. Terry and fi/ter, Mrs. Bre�ke, Mrs. MaunfeJl and Mrs. Smith, arrived in -the Befboraagf) packet from Holyhead -, for which place fhe failed the Sth iflft. with Capt. Prindergaft.        ,    .    . Michael Brown :df Rogerfon's-quay, boatman, endeavouring .to fecuje a wherry in the river from the rapidity ot the flood, was jammed in between two vefTels and crude* to death; he has feft a wife and two children, real objects of charity. A woman in GeorgeVlane, gave a mart with whom (he-had a quarrel a violent blow on the head -with her pattin, by which (he fradtui ed his A.ull ; he was carried to Mercer's holpital, and tkt woman fecured and lent to Newgate. Richard Woods, a journeyman cooper, was whipped from Newgate to College-green,' for affauliing and wounding John Dy nan, a cooper-� he is to be whipped in like manner on Saturday the 7th of April next, for the fame offence. ' About 11 o'clock at night, �  his bread, and robbed him of iJ. 1 ts. jd. with which they got dear off. - ' "   j 1 ith ] An excellent fermon was preached in St. Werburgrfs charch, in aid of the diftreffed orphans and children of teamen, by the rev. Edward Bailyj D. D. dean of Ardfert, at which was collected 107!. The wind for fome days part has bean at call, and hlew very hard, attended with a conftant fleet or raia, which fweil the Liffey in fucb a manner, that the ferry boata ,could not ply ; Patrick-ftreet, the Poddle, and almofk all the cellars along the quays'were greatly flooded. Within thefe five'days fixty-rive reflels arrived here with coals. A woman had her pocket picked in Rofemary-lane chapel of 14s. 7. the fellow that committed the fact, was taken and lent td, Newgate. A failor erofling a (hip's plank on GeorgeVquay fell into the river; he wa� carried off by the violence-of the flood before any atTillance could be had, and was drowned. . MARRIED.] In Cofkf, Enlfgn Butler of the 6"ift regiment, to Mifs Mary Studd�r'd.'-At Bofcobell, near ^alhell,* Ringrofe Atkins; Elip to Mifs Eliza Which was of a yellow tinge, and, vaflly inferior to thi� in virtbe. , Thia VoLA-fiuE 0?ob:�LUocK infir kely exceeds ail other kinds of OfodSldock, ' being of fo penetrating a nature, at to make its way to the part afflicted; airport at the inftant it is appled t ft carer ff rains and braifes of every kind ranch looner than any other remedy : it iikewift relieve^ in a fhort time, ell rheumatic pains, and pains In the loins: it gives lmmediat�*afe itt the head  ach, and is the bed applu-ation that can be Ul'ed for frefn burns or fcakl*: it alfo .infallibly cures kibed heels and chilblairis in a veryj few timet uSagt rice as. zd. the bottle. ' *r PECTORAL LOZENCES of TOLU, forCoogha, H^atfenefTeR, 6tc la. jd* > the box. '   '   �'. SPEEDIM;aN*s STOMACH PILLS, for the d'Jbrder* of-the Stomach' and Bowels, as. id. the box. }� Elegant "ISSUE PLAISTFRS, that (tick Without fileiing, it. td. thehtw. BETTONN celebrated BRITISH OIL, 1�. 7|d..th| bottie, WORM SUGAR CAKES, the original LONDON fort, for.deftroyingL Worms in-the bodierof Men, Women, and Children, Is. fjpk the panxi.  . Dr. JAMES's POWDER for Pevers,&c m. 8|d; v    . The Genuine TU*LWGtON,� BALSAM, cr BALSAM of LIFE,, 4s. 10{d. the large, and aa..�^4. the fmall bottle. Right French EAU DE LUCE, Btus or W�iti, y; 9^. tBfelirfri*] as. od. the fmall bottle.  Or bottles rilled with either fort, *t It; ,iA. 'the* large, and is. �d. the fmalh N � � '  �pi. The COURT, or Lady's BLACK STICKING PLAISTER, fi^ds the Role. r "i�.vV�: REDMAIN's celebrated Preparnioa of fryar's BALSAM, 3s.iJ(Jt the j large, and is. 7|d. the fmall bottle. ' TSe Gtnulue ANDERSON's SCOTCH PTLLS, i�.  anMr. detwille, Ralph Mr.r..evor, th� part of Loid Aimwsrth by Mr. Wi.kta, Lady Sycamore Mrs. Ho&in, Theodofia JAis. Dawfon; and the part of Patty (the Maid of the MiH) by Mi* Alhrnort. ,The fcenerv, machinery, &c. entirely new| and painted by ?Mr.: Joliy t �ib"a' Farce,' calle*'The CWIZEN4 the part of YoungPhilp� (the Citizen) by;Mr.. Lewi", add the part'Wf Ma ia by Mils Afhmorr. Boxss and .LatMee^es. %A. Pit 3s. 3d. "G*lterJl''ls. zftr- To bejtin prebifely at leven o'clock.   No perl> n I beth Baker.*-Mr. bunn; caVtnet-n-aker, to Mifs Lya^cbi of Duke-ftreet.-A't^-, ecu on any acctttmt" be ,|dntitted behind-.the' fceces^ J  jRhe faovle Will he ILLUMINATED* WITH vWAX. places for th� boxes ?i*�e wken o^Mr,. CfNeil, at his houfe in Abbey-ftreer.    ..-r .; jfitolflt.Rc� 6e,fi;egina. ' Thurda-y was pnblilhed by the Printrr hereof, pric� i�. I i - . HE BOOK of FATE and M A G I C OR, �     �� UniVerfal FORTUNE TELLER. CONTAINING, The Art of Fortune TsLtifcc, Coi/jwaiird, kniJvdaviHa, in- There being a great demand for the Letter ligned BROGHILL, infertcd in out- paper of laft Tnefriay, in anfwer to that "of SINDERCOMBE; the two . Letters wece pubtifti-d this day, at the Mercury in Parliamem-ftreet, price ThiW-^ience. �     -. Letters pa'.ent have been paffed under the great 'ea'1 of this kingdom, con-tii�aflg a grant S-ora his. Majelty, of the office and place of phylician to his Majefty's Hate in this k'ngdom, t� Robert Emmett, Efq; doctor of phyfick, in tfe.raam of,Dr. Robert Kob-nfon, who hath refigne'd. Letters patent have paffed the great feal, granting to the truftees of the Royal Exchange, a piece of ground adjoining to" the Caftle of Dublin, for erecting an Exchange thereon. His exce tency Lord Townfhend hath appointed Capt. Manby, barrack mafter of Limerick in the room of the late John-Jones, Efq. . We hear that fome removes have been made in fome of the moft 'refpefbible employments in this kingd >m ; that other gentlejmenof great repuiati n have hren appointed to fucceed them ; that fome new created peets have their patents making out; that other noblemen will have higher titles; and fome new privy councilors will fooa brm de. We hear that the Earl of Drogheda hath refigned the government of Kinfale to 'he board of on nance, and is fucceeded therein by the hon. Col. Browne, litut. 1 ^i. to his excellency Lord Tuwnlhend's regiment of foot. Limerick, Mr. Jeremiah Hayes, tp Mifs Adams, BIRTH.] On Tuefthy'laft,, tidy Newenham, of a fcd.   . .   " DIED] Mr, flenjaminD^w^ of Francis ftreft, grocer.-At Cork?, age�/[ 8i, the widow Dring.-At Leitnri tiie widow Gi borne.-At Newtown, to.5-Wexford, Mr. James Turner.-%ar Summer hill, Mrs, Burke, relict of Richard Burke, Gent.-'-In Limerick,' John Jones, Efq; one of the aldermen and barrack-mailer of that ciiy; alfo Mr. Ben. White,' apothecary -^Mrs1, vLu' y. Nugent, relict of Mr. Mathias Nugent^ of OldcalHe, co. Meath.^-ln Aun^ier-ftreet, in the 8th year of his age, Mafter. Wolfe, foa of counliflior Woite.-In Leinfter-ltreet, wife of ihe rev. Archdeaevn Ulhtr� [Three Packets due:] For the bassFiT of Da. ACH MET. By ptrticular Defire of fevera! Persons of DHHnflton. On.WcdneJday the aift ii�y of Ma�h inft. there will he a FANCIED BALL at the Great Mufick-H- II in F (hamble-llreet; the rooma will bis ft-,' lumir.ated. with Wax, the very b.ll mpfitf provided, with tea, CW�*r�bd': every thing' conducted in the gedtt'�.lefl nSahntr,   Nd.exceftioa w^tt^Die.'ra-k<:n to r'uch ladies or gentlemen as chocfe to  me, and are. riot''provider!" wjth fancy drelTes.   Admittance 5s. 5 I. ea h-tl. B. Or. Ashmet will at* tend in perfro to return thanks Jo alt fuch Ji'dies" and1 gentlemen as/'will honour him with their prefek'e.'  Ticlret^ to" fie haifa't the'Eagle in Euftsce-(Vreet, or at Mr. Siua *s, printer, in. Cr.file- lir.eet. It'AL'l'^N jSfa'.lAD OIL; To be fold by AuStjion, on the Culto;rt-hout'e-qua)i of Dublin, on Thur/f"-d�y the i5thday of Maj'ch, 1770, at one o'clock; five Pipes, twenty Htig-iheaJ.^, ar;d forty fmall fja.fks GA'I.LIPcLl. OIL, frr combers' u'e, cWc. now landing from Le^hftffi^ fupe-ior in quality to ^ny imported into Ifelrnd for many years. The1 fmall cafks have each four iion hoops, and sre extremely well adapted for carriage to the couiitiy, iwtnining only from 35 to 40 gallons. The terms to be made agreeable to ;he purchafers. Dul luij M.rch 7th, 1776. '   � "[ ' Dublin Cafle, the 54th of February. ' There will be a FANCIF.D BALL at the Caftie on- Friday the i6ih of March, when it is requefted that the robT'ity and gentry will appeal in dref-fes of the different manufactuKs of Irclar-d.-Every )a< y and gentleman who has been pre fen'ed to the Lord Lieutenant, and Lady ToWnthend, will have tickets prepared for them'upon fending their names to me, whkh tickets will be delivered on Wednefday the 14th, and Thur'day the 15th of 1st arch, and it Is requefted that h dies sincf^-ntUm^a will be fo obfigirg as to fend for therhV ' ' '  ,    J. HASLER. The Tickets not tran*ferrab!e.-*-\ro m Acs admitted. '' �   : '* NATHANIEL TRUMBULL, Mtncaa, at the King's Heid inPail:a-ment-ltreet, has this day imported an elegant aflortment of the new ell and moft fafhionable Spring and Summer Silks: He ha* a great variety of Irfh maii-ufacttired Silks, ro- fifting? of Broglio, Striped, spotted*, -Shaded, and Fancv Lultftrinfs, which he i� dsterm ned to fell on the lowert terms*. He embraces'this opportunity of re'urning his grateful thanks to his friends and the public frr tke many favours he has received, and allures them it (hall be his conftant endeavour to merit their efteem. Youno Gkktlemen expeditKufly qualified for bnfinefs, the army, or the fea, at the fchool of Thomas Ford, teacher ot mathematics, Wood-ifreet, Duhlin. Partimlar attention will be given to the reading of Euclid, and 1el-fona on the Globes for the improvement of his fcholars in general.-Rates, a Guinea fntrahce, and a Guinea per quarter; after fchnd'holirs a Guihra a ' month. Boarders twenty Guineas per ann. and five entrance.-N. B. During inftruction in book-keeping or any branth of mathematics, the greatclt care (hall be taken for an improverrent in writing.' LINCOLN, SON, and K.IOCH, Mgactas, At the Eagle in Dame-ftreet, corner of Sycamore-alley, beg to acquaint the nobility, their friends, and the public, they are juft returned from L' n-doi, with the greateft sffortmcnt of gold and filver Silks, richell brocades-new riamafks, various fancied fattins, and t very other kind of frlks made in England. Thev have alio for gentlemen, 1 variety of gold, filver, and rther Velvets, of the neweft patterns, fafhionable linings, richtft gold and filver Shapes for wtiftcoats. As tf is is the fir ft winter of their being in the city, have made the greateft importation, ai'd hopes to make their dealings agreeable to thofe who are pleafed to honour them with their commaands The greateft choice of bed black Englifh filks and bombazines, with the ufual aJTortment of Irifh filks, poplins, thread fattins, fltc. DENNIS LF.NHAN, Junior, of Bride-ftreet, Dublin; begs leave to ac quaint his fiiendf, the nobility, gentry, and the pubhc, that he has juft landed a great variety of very elegant Furniture Cottons, with very curious and beautiful grounded cottons for the winter teafon, as ufual: he is largely aftbued with every kind of Muflins ured at prefent, and all forts of limn drapery. His ufual encouragement to countrydealers.-N. B. An Apprent'ce is wanting. Thofe who are afflicted with want of appet;te, (inking of the fpirits, tremblings, arifwig from indigeftfon, oppreflions by wind, See. in the ftomsch or bre*ft, or any other diforder occafioned by the want of a juft proportion of the tlimentar^ juices, or of a preper diltribution of the bile, whi^fc laft brings on the BILIOUS CHOtIC, may receive immediate teller, at \he moderate expenceof as. id. and in a fhort time a certain cure, by malting a fair tryal of the Stomach Pills, which are prepared and fold by Mr. Sptedi-man, at the Pvne Applev inthe Strand, London, and by Mr. James Hoey, jun. at the Mercury in Parliament-flreet, Dublin: withiull directions how they are to be tiken.-*1* If any perfon fhou'd be difappointed cf relief, the mor.ey will he returned. The VARIOUS PROPRIETORS in London of the following GENUINE MEDICINES, having appointed the Printer hereof their agent in this kingdom, frrfh parcels of each medicine are juft landed from on board the John and Anne, Capt. Wareharh, from 1 .oruion ; and the King George, Caps. Brifcoe, from Chefter. VOLATILE OPODELDOCK, IMPROVED by Thomas Griehouh of London, ,the original preparer. The prepartion Mr. Greenough now offers to the public is a NEW ONE, different in colour (being Greeh) to the former, I.  ... all its brancres.-II. The method of throwing Chrs and Bit.at, EatcbO Fire, and other curious Feats of r.EbEfepEMAis.-^-Jtl. A tfue interpretation of alt kind oT Dbiams, in alphabetical ord^r.^IV?' Th* Art of PA t� m * try, or ;r?rognolliciiibu byohe tivtt af the HiiriJ.4-*',Fo wbiih is attdod, ,ao entire new ard eitraor.dbafcj(.tttttl^aP,'^ejlihV Fortunes hj CARDS tad DICE: with m�h* ^r^^i^Bl.tS.^^lf olrme jtiftflntf lay WiLUiAta PAftTRiDOs, MalVer'of'Arts.'a   ' ~ �       � Here yuu rray. reed with gieat AirpriXe,        , Of sr\y*lt?e*'hid trooi' Vulgar ty�V' ' ' ' '      1   5, Of wond'rous dc<(|dV by nfia^ic' wroB^tt,-( : -'"    '* Exceeding all belW'ofc thoWfitT' Yet is this art fo #e'ff^*iiW�fd,.      . 7 That alt onr magic mav be/j^ri'oM. And evVy'raitoff clarfj'k^or' Your neighour's foi/uji'e;-or ^Auf1BW� n. id �: 1oV'; ! 1' 5:ii/l- Us; ?U". *    . * a w   w   ew    � -a  Mr. c La R K e.   '� .SIB, - �  .;    ... ^ .-,      , YOUR reply^to the charje brought againll yoti by Mr. R^c1�e tad-'tne, h lb poor and pi i*ul that ti expofeyou furthef, would be a reflection on our humanity. Well might yon exclaim that you abhor a patite'r CMiuH, fince it redounds fo I ttle to your credit.; H^fte then to your (crrawroh/cuiitv, emblem of a filfy ba�, that hsth iefi'his e!eine%'>tiii;'r^i^tt^t^f8u^r�'(A the light! Though ydu cannot prevail'on either of the t^t�:enmrfcnV who were witnefl>� i$ your late infamous conduct', to certify tliat your behaviour was not highly ceniurable, and contrary' to every principle of a gentleman; ^ou may comiort yonrfel, however, with" this rifteaio3v:thtt ymi have an increment at command, via. Joftph, Arhbld, wh^'jtill froftfthte his name to ftrve. your vileft purpoles, and will-convey for y"ou, 'tWW'djb tttoi ma-fit palTed through * cummon fewtr. : .r .HOft^LTON. WALSH, Mercer, at the Ruven in Prjacis-ftirerti'liaiP'* Itrge^lTort-ment of the moll elegant Irifh Silks gntf'JVplihfr, which-fieis deter; mined to loll 00 the lowett ter*a&'. " -j!       ' � S  H N 'E. # S.  �  March 9th.], Ar--' -' the James and Ma berty of and from Reilly, eartheo-waie'; the Charmirig"Potty ditfo", Blackleg ditto; the"Lilfy ditto Cork ran, fait; the E.efjowlh p of Chich�fter, Martin^ from IJtVjitft^ g wheat; the Albemarle of Dublin, D*''is� frpn|( Jamaica, the James and Thomas ot Anftruther, Woods', from^'rjVte'rdam^'^eheVa Jthe^^ Portland of Yarmouth, Feima-, from London^ 'itwrciiai^jH^^- if-'-iidiKiim, '�' coals; 3 velTels, wheat; and fi coafter?, flktts and hiik. ' 1     VM*^; ioth.] Arrived, the Pearl of and. from. Liyerpnof, Cusnt^,''fnjgafi fte'Ma<|| ry-Anne of Dublin, Swords, from Bourdea'ux, wihi?; 7 coHhjfsj'toils'; artd 3 veireji, Dates and bark. ... inh;] Arrived, 16 colliers, cosf1 High-water at Dublin-bar. Morning After N. Tuel. 00 co . ,We.la 09 .la. I ThurC . �4    g^'tt'e' I l^ufinel's.   A line directed for S. B." at the printer's hereof, (hall be-'am'wered.. J N. B. The lia�n bufinitls would he,mofl'agrceablf,        '*' , / AT the rfefire of leveral perJons qltqua]%.   For the berefitof Mr. CUSHIN.   At theGrrit Mufic-halJ m Fithan ble" fireeti c^rjIfyiWdayi^ the aad of March, 1770, will he a( C<-ne'ert of vocal and inltrhmeh'ftl Mufic. ' By particular �:efire Mrs. Huttm v^ilj fii.� Ell|peroonj with the vartatif-ns,'! and Fsii Eliza, ettomufic by Mr. Culhirj; a'S-lo bf Mr. Francis Faffe rini will be performed on theVioIincellti ; after which wflHie.a BALL^cc ducted in the gentt-elelt manner.   WiA tea, cc"ftVe, ahdf catdst Tickxta be had at Mr. Oyl's in Middle LilTev-ftreet. �- '�      , PATRICK DODD, Crcer, at the three Golden fit^rar LoveVoppafitt the Market Houfe. Thomas-ftreet, Dublin; returfi^fiis fine*;�!thaifw to his friends and the publicfc, <"or the great eac urai;rnie^t4e has.met wittt .fince his commencement in bufinefs j has now s fifefh. p�l5^'of gmfe feeds juft imported from Lood >a and Holloha"; brotd rHi clo^e^wl(frebtifeh ditttjj; , trefoyle rye gmfs, and America flat feed -Nl t. Hi liliewife^ ftllsgeniuinli brandy, rum, geneva, rafoery branify, and currant geneva , "t�t1�,rlbgtr, dje* ftufta, �nd many other articles in the grocery way; all which h� will foil; o� the moft reafonable tei m�. � T v V      0 DUBLIN-CASTLE.        r   ! ^     J �', Rfihe LORD LIEUTENANT and COUNCIL of IRELAND,   i ' -A  �  P  R O  C  L  A  M  AT I.       N. =" TOWSfSHEND-. t . WHEREAS in purfnance of in act of pirlhmenClately made aod|�afrejd in this kingdom, intitlrdj An act for (he tudruEffectual;exeitntoa^Ctf. orders of the courts of j�f ice forgiving and quieting poircfficjoi^:|in^^M^f   

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