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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 26, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 103 J The Dublin Dp From TUESDAY Ayrii the to SATURDAY April the Hn that fee retained the Ufe of all her and was about two arrived tWO Brittib and Years to read the fmalleft or thread the fmalkft J without Several others of the Inhabitants arc near an Yefterday which brought 2 and 2 Holland March TH E Ring of the Two Sicilies has reduced the Intereft of thofe Government Debts which ufed to carry from fix to eight per to tour per and that the Court has lately received a very large PropofaHrom an anonymous has lately published a piece reprefent That as a faithful attached to he thinks it his Duty to communicate 4 his Ideas to the in regard to the exorbitant Revenues poffefied by the Secular and Regular Ecclefiafticks in the King which Revenues he makes amount to a Third of the gene ral Income of the whole Kingdom j and upon this Occafion he propofes die following Regulation That the King Ihafl order Lift and Eftimate ot all the Monafteries in his Rirgdem to be delivered with the Number ot regular Fryanand Nuns they or ought to according to 1 their Inftitution That the King will provide a fufficienc port for by affigning three Carlins a Day for each Reli 1 and fix Carlins a Day for each ot the Superiors of both sexes That the King may alfo provide for the Support ot the CanondTes in proportion to the Chapters to which they belong 1 That a neceffary Sum fhall be appropriated to extraordinary Ex pences for Monafteries or Chapters And as by this the great Eftates and Rents ipofleffed by the Ecclefiafticks would become fuperfluous to his Majefty might reunite to the patrimony ot the and em ploy them to the general Welfare of his people and Defence of 1 his Ths Author that as his projeft mufl na turally render him odious to the he thinks it ne ceflary to remain till Time and Circumftances permit him to difcover This projeA has been examined in the Kings and affured that the major part ot ic will be put in but other parts will be at lead tor the as being looked upon to be a little too rigo 1 cfpecially in the Infancy of a The King has lately had a but is April The Court has lately received a Courier roil Baron who is at Babadug with the Grand Vitier Some People pretend that the Baron ftill gives Hopes that the Grand Viiier may poflibly agree to the preliminaries offered by bat all this is nothing but mere and ftill the fince all our Advices trom and e facially the affure us pofitively that the Porte ablblutely feuponthe Reftitutionot Afoph that the Turks are redoubling their both by Sea and agaipft theEmpercr as the The Court has therefore given new Orders wthe putting in with all poffeble theMenof are to be employed this Campaign on the Da rube againft the Turks and to that End a great Number of penters and Seamen are every Day expefted trom Orders are reiterated for all the Regiments defigned tor Hungary to jarch without and Officers are fetting out Irom hence every for the which we are allured will be formed by the of this the Troops in Tranfylvania and about 8Twc having already received Orders to marsh out of their 2 Laft Weck dicd here Durftone Un Hundred and NincYears of Age Tis April and fj9 T T I S Excellency the Britifti Minifter at the Court ot who had obtaind his Majeftys Leave to return in order to fettle his private is or derd to ftay there till farther We hear that his Majefty has beenpleafed to order his Conge dElire to be fent down to the Dean and Chapter of the Gather dral Church ot to cleA the Right Thomas Seeker into that in the Lloom of John promoted to ot And alfo to order his Conge dElire to be fent down to the Dean and Chapter ot the Cathedral Church ot co eleft the Gooch into that in the Room of Seeker tradated ia the See of Ox ford They write from that different Reports are fpread in lation Chauvelin fume are of that he will have Leave to return to and fettle in that A young Engliflx Nobleman has laid a Wager of five hundred that be will be reflored to his Employments before the End of the prefent The Primate of who is near Fourfcore Yearsoi fodanaerouQy that publick Prayers are ordered for him in feveral parts ot that Thp the Lefler Poland does not fo much for wane of Provisions as Great Poland yet tis faid to be in imminent Danger from the with which fome Places in Beffarabia and Moldavia are The notwubftanding all continues in 5pain and in many parts of Great Poland theres a Famine infomuch that at aTlace near on the Frontiers of a Woman had her Head cut who was fo that Ihe ktlld and eat her own A fant and bis Family was alfo taken for having likewife kilTd and then confumed the Flelh ot two fmall and of a who was twelve Years To this is tackd a remaikable That the Son ot the Peafant having promisd a young Woman and being prefsd with his in Order tor his and the Familys fold all that Ihe had in the World but when all was the Man knockd her cut her and then he and the Family made a Meal of her But it making them all they killd a and then eat which reftcrd them to Tis That they have contefsd all tbefe black and that they are ipeedily to fuffer the Punilhment they if any can be found bad The Right the Lord Vifcount Knight of the and Member of Parliament tor and SOD and Heir apparent to the Right the Earl one of the Six teen Peers ot is to be Governor of the Ifland of in the Room of the late Lord Vifcount Laft Saturday Morning died John Efq much at his Seat near reputed to die worth fihy thoufand He enjoyed the tollowing Paviour to the Royal Paviour to the Office of He was a greac and a Slave to BuJinefs He finiihd the great Drain in and fince the new Road in It is faid he will be fucceeded as Paviour to his Majefty by and as Cartaker bjrhisSon They write from Prefton in Lancafhire of the 12th tbafi the tire continues burning ac theKenrel Pits at The ;