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The Dublin Journal


Printer / Publisher: George Faulkner 
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Date of Article: 06/09/1755
Printer / Publisher: George Faulkner 
Address: Essex Street, Dublin
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() JC It II September GEORGE FAULkNER The Dublin Journal. From TUBS JAY September the 2d, to sATURdAY September the 6th, 1755. • Design to carry Cremona by Surprise, which he would have done by the Contrivance of a Priest in the Town, who told the Prince that there was an Aqueduct without a Gate to the City, thro' which his Highness might send some Troops into the Town in Disguise, which was accordingly done, to a very great Number daily, for several Days, which Troops, in the Night, demolished some of the Gates, and very early in the Morning before Daylight, a great Number of Imperial Troops entered the Town, took it by Surprize and Storm, and was in Possession of it, when, to their great Astonishment, the Irish Troops in Garrison beat to Arms, attacked the Im perialists in great Confusion and disorder, drove them out of the Gate, made a great Slaughter, and recovered the Town, to the great Wonder and Surprize of all the Imperial ard French Commanders. We shall just mention three or four Particulars which throw a Light on this Action: Only two Irish Regiments were in the Town, ( Dillon's and Bourk's) who signalised themselves ' that Day by repulsing the Cuiras- siers, who were sent against them with Orders to kill their Leaders and put them all to the Sword; after which they at- tacked the gross Body of the Cuirassiers and Foot together, defeated them, drove them from the Ramparts they were Masters of, and took their Kettle- Drums; and here Note, that the Cuirassiers are Cavalry with Back and Breast- Plates, Steel- Caps, & c. and are consequently Men of Strength and Stature in Proportion It was an Irish Officer with Twenty- two of his Contrymen only, that first defended the Po- Gate, upon the Possession of which the Success of the whole AfFair depend- ed ; and in doing so he prevented the Conjunition of Prince Voudement with the Prince of Savoy, defeated one of the greatest and best formed Enterprizes that ever was undertaken; disappointed that Child of Fortune the mighty Eugene, and baffled the whole German Army. The Po- Gate was of such Importance that tho' the Prince had made himself Master of Three Gates, the Town- house, the great Church, several other Places of Consequence, and that an Irish Colonel under him had made the Duke de Villeroy his Prisoner, yet, for want of Possession of this Gate he was not able to take Cremo- na. This action of the Irish saved the whole French Army in Italy, the Destruction of which must have been the infalli- ble Consequence of the Loss of this City. In short, we defy the most malicious and prejudiced Man to name the Place where the Irish misbehaved themselves at Home or Abroad since they became disciplined Men. In France they are so seasoned to Dangers, and so perfected in the Art of War, that not only the Serjeants and Corporals, but even the private Men can make very good Officers upon Occasion; France is not a Country for Cowards to gain Re- nown in, nor can it forget how gallantly Sarsfield and the Irish behaved at Landen, where that Officer received his Death- Wound, but gained as much Honour be his Generosity and Humanity to the English, in that fatal Battle, as by his Bra- very and Conduct in the Field. In the Siege of Barcelona, in. the Year 1697, the Great Vendosme was so charmed with their Courage, and so amazed at the Intrepidity of their Be- haviour, that the particular Esteem and Notice with which he distingusfhed them is yet well remembered in France. Nor liteness of the Courtier, to the martial Spirit of his Father The British Ministry cannot but be acquainted with the Cha- racter he bears here. ., As to the Irish in Spain, I have not been altogether so ex- actly informed of their Actions ; wherefore i don't venture to say more of them than that they consist, at present, of eight Regiments, at least, and are in as great Esteem there, upon Account of their eminent Services to that Crown, especially in the late War of Sicily, as their Countrymen are in France : That Sir Patrick Lawless, formerly Ambassador from his Ce- tholick Majesty to the most Christian King, Lieu. Gen and Governor of Majorca, Lieu. Gen. Crafton, Count Mahony, and several other Officers of that Nation, in Spain, would think themselves highly injured, to be thought in any Respect relating to Bravery, inferior to those I have already named During a great Part of the late War in Spain, the Gazette took frequent Notice of the Actions of a young Cavalier, Don de Cardenas, one of the great Scourges of the Miquelets: Now I must tell you, that he was an Irishman, Son to Alderman Gadiner of Dublin, but the Spaniards changed his Name to Cardenas, for the Ease of pronouncing it. Portugal has also had several Irishmen of Merit in her Sar vice the last War, as Major General Bogan, and others. In Germany too they have reaped their Share of Honour, and been advanced to the highest Posts; of which Count Taaf, Count Brown, General ODwyer, Governor of Belgrade, Ge- neral Walsh, corruptly called Wallis in the Gazettes, Coun O Neil, Colonel Nealan, with many more, in the Imperial Service, is an undeniable Proof. Is it not surprizing that such pusillanimous People, as you call them, should be so much ta- ken Notice of, and esteemed, even among the most warlike Nations in Europe ? Is it not strange to see them upon several Occasions, not only commanding Frenchmen, Spaniards, and German;, but even Englishmen too, of the greatest Bravery DUBLIN. THE following false and malicious paragraph was inserted in some of the London Papers, relative to the late unhappy Battle inder Ge- neral Braddock near Fort Le Quesne ; and the Answer to that Paragraph, under if; is now reprinted, at the earnest Request of ma- ny of our Readers, that the Partiality of the English News- Writers may be exposed. We have likewise extracted, in a Hurry, some Accounts of the Bravery of the Irish Troops in foreign Service, which must not only be agreeable to the People of this Nation, but to all unprejudiced English People, to find their Fellow- Subjects surpass all the Troops on the Con- tinent in Discipline, Bravery and Courage. " General Braddock's Army consisted of two Irish Regi " ments of 700 Men, and 1200 new raised Men of Virginia, ' » Maryland, and North- Carolina, including the independent " Company from South- Carolina, formed from the reduced Men of General Oglethorpe's late Regiment of Foot, and about 100 Indians. Upon General Braddock's coming in View of the French, he immediately formed and ordered the At- tack. Colonels Gage and Burton, who are both killed, commanded the Wing which began the Attack, which con- tinued fierce on both Sides but the two Irish Regiments, after receiving the Enemy's second Fire, were in Confusion, and deserted their Officers, who behaved gallantly and with Resolution ; and whilst they were doing all in their Power " to rally them, several were cut to Pieces, and with much " Difficulty did rally them, and were deserted by them again " upon the Enemy's first Fire ; the Officers again attempted " to rally their Men, but to no Purpose. " The Americans behaved with the utmost Fortitude, and " made great Slaughter amongst the French Had the Irish " Regiments done their Duty General Braddock would have " gained a complete Victory ; for, owing to their ill Beha- viour, he was totally defeated, having sixty Officers killed " and wounded, 800 Soldiers killed upon the Spot, Cannon, Tents, Baggage, Provisions and private Papers, all ta- ken ; almost every Thing falling into the Enemy's Hands. " General Braddock, who was shot through the Lungs, died three Days after the Action, having five Horses killed under him ; Sir Peter Halket, Sir John St. Clair, a Major, Capt. Morris, Aid de Camp to the General, and Capt Cholmon- deley of Cheshire, among the slain ; Capt. Orme, Aid de Camp, wounded ; and many Officers and Men taken Pri- soners. Washington behaved remarkably well. The Numbers of French killed and wounded are not known." Many of the English News- Writers are most invidious, false and ignorant in their Accounts of the Irish Regiments in the late Battle in America, as they are in many Facts relating to this most loyal and brave Nation ; it being a Truth too Well known, that altho' 12,000 Troops are maintained at the Charge of Ireland, yet the unhappy Natives of this Kingdom, are deprived of the Liberty of serving their King or Country,' there being a Military Law made, without any Act of Parlia- ment, that no Irishman whatever, can be admitted into the Foot Service, or the Soldiery of Ireland as a common Man, the Army of Ireland being always recruited and filled up by Men from England or Scotland; indeed it is true, that most of the Officers are Irish Gentlemen : And where can a Set of braver Men be found in the World? Sorry we are to say, that Soldiers are not only courted but cajoled into all the other Ser- vices of Europe, where their Courage and Bravery are known to be superior to any other Troops in the World; and altho they meet with little or no Reward from the French, but quite the contrary, it is well known that they saved the present French King from being taken Prisoner at the Battle of Fonte- noy, and prevented the entire Ruin of the French Army under the great Marshal Saxe, which would have been entirely de- stroyed by his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, had it not been for the Irish Brigades. To enumerate the Patriot- ic, Loyalty, Bravery, Courage and ConduCt of the People cf Ireland, by Land and Sea, would fill Volumes instead of one News- Paper. Was not our ViCtory at the Battle of Det- tingen, where his present Majesty commanded in Person, ow- ing aimed entirely to the Bravery of General Ligonier's Re giment of Horse, who, to their immortal Honour, were all Irishmen? How did the English Regiment of Horse, Blue, behave themselves at that Battle? Let the following Lines tell, which was given in Answer, by the Messenger who brought the Express to England, to a Person in Colchester who asked, what Troops behaved best ? The Courier reply'd, when ask'd about News, u Too bold were the BLAcKS, too bashful the BLUES." * Ligonier's Horse then wore, and still wear black Cuffs and Lapels to their cloaths. There is not any Thing intended in this Paper as the least Reflection on the English or their Army, that brave Nation, from the earliest Accounts of Time, behaving themselves with as much Courage, Bravery and Love of their Country ai any People in the known World. and so have the People of Ireland, and do at this present Time; therefore all national Reflections ought to be laid aside, especially by the English, who get more Money by the Irish Absentees and their Trade with Ireland, than they do by all the rest of the World. In his late Majesty's Reign, when Sir Robert Sutton was Ambassador at France, Mr. Foreman, his Secretary, wrote a Pamphlet to oblige the French to discharge all the Irish Re- giments in their Service, which, he said, were of more Use to them, from their known Courage, and more formidable to England than all the other Troops of France put together, as they were all acquainted with our Language, Manners, and Customs; and that the French never gained one Battle for the last or present Century but by the Bravery of the Irish Troops, who are always placed in the Front of their Battles, and put in the Rere to cover their Retreats. In the Beginning of the Year 1703, when the French were in Possession of Cremona in Italy, and established their Head- Quarters there, under the Command of Marshal Villeroy and the Marquis de Crequi, two French Generals, whose Quarters were fixed between the Oglio and tbe Po, over which there was a Bridge before the City, the Head of which, on one Side of the Modeneze, and the Parmesan, was covered with a Work guarded by the Garrison of Cremona, for its Security against a Body of Imperialists who wintered in the Modeneze. Prince Eugene, with the Remainder of the Emperor's Army, possessed the Quarters between the Oglio, the Adda, and the Mincio. From this general Disposition Prince Eugene formed and Distinction, as shall shew in its proper place. In the last War between the Emperor Charles VI. and France, the Irish Regiments in the Service of the latter bravely secured the Retreat of the French Army out of the Empire, although closely followed by the brave Count SeckendorfF, who did his utmost to cut off their Rear, but was as bravely disappointed by the intrepid Behaviour of the Irifh. Also the Victory of the French at Fortenoy is chiefly attributed to the Irish ; for when the Allies in all Appearsnce had the Advan- tage by the Bravery of their Troops, the French King order- ed the Irish to attack the Right Wing of the Allies, which they did with so much Resolution and Bravely, not firing a Shot till they pushed their Bayonets into the Faces of their Enemies, that in spight of the intrepid Behaviour of the Eng- lish, they were obliged to retreat. Bulkley's Regiment was - 3 engaged with the second Battalion of Guards, who were al- J most all cut off, their two Pieces of Canon taken, which was P at the Head of the Battalion, & c. ^ General Ligonier's Regiment of Horse, and to a Man Irish Protestants, behaved with the greatest Bravery and Resolu- tion at the Battle of Dettingen, which Behaviour was inserted in the Account of that Battle in the London Gazette. And, Did not their brave and intrepid General, at the late Battle of Valle, by his singular Address and courage, procure a safe Retreat for the allied Army, by showing himself in o the Way of the French and causing a short Diversion, other wise they must have gained a compleat Victory. When he was brought Prisoner to French King, his Majesty compli- mented him on his great Valour and Conduct, invited him to dine with him in state, where he sate at his Majesty's right Hand ? was the Behaviour of Clare's Regiment, commanded by the Lord Clare in Person, less remarkable at Blenheim, where he cut a Dutch or German Regiment to Pieces, consisting of 1500 Men, commanded by Colonel Goore. Next Mornirg, when Goore was giving the Duke of Marlborough an Ac count of the Action, an English Colonel says pertly to him, I wish I had been in your Place: I wish with all my Heart you had, replies Goore gravely, for I should have had a very good Regiment to Day and you would have been without one. At Ramillies we see Clare's Regiment shining with Trophies, and covered with Laurels again, even in the Midst of a routed Ar- my : They had now to do with a Regiment which was not ei- ther a Dutch or a German one, and their Courage precipitated them so far in Pursuit of their enemy, that they found them- selves engaged at last in the Throng of our Army, where they braved their Fate with incredible Resolution, till two Regi- ments generously pushed up to their Relief, and as bravely favoured their Retreat. If any are desirous to know what Regiment it was they attacked that Day, the Colours in the Cloister of the Irish Nuns at Ypres, taken by them will satisfy their Curiosity. The brave Lord Clare himself, who was noted for his Intrepidity in Action, was mortally wounded in this Battle, and died a few Days after in Brussels. In the Battle of Blaregnies or Malplaquet, Lee's, O'Brian's, ( now Clare's) Dorrington's, ( now Roth's) called the Royal Irish, Galmoy's, and O'Donnel's Regiments of Foot, and al- so Neugent's Regiments of Horse ( all Irish in the French Ser- vice) behaved with the greatest Bravery against the Germans at Spireback. To their Valour in a great Measure France owes, not only most of what Trophies she gained in the late War, but even her own Preservation. At Spireback, Nugent's Regiment of Horse, by a brave Charge upon two Regiments of Cuiras- siers, brought a compleat Victory to an Army, upon which Fortune was just turning her Back. At Toulon, Lieut. Gen. Dillon distinguished himself, and chiefly contributed to the Preservation of that important Place. To the Irish Regi- ments also, under the Conduct of that intrepid and experienced Officer, Count Medavi himfelf very generously attributed his Victory over the Imperialists in Italy : and the poor Catalans will for ever have Reason to remember the Name of Mr. Dil- lon, for the great Share he had in the famous Siege of Barce- lona, so fatal to their Nation. Sir Andrew Lee shewed like- wise how consummate a Soldier he was, when he defended Lisle under the Marshal Duke de Bousslers, against those Thunderbolts of War the Prince of Savoy and our own in- vincible Duke of Marlborough. And Lieut. Gen. Roth has, by several memorable Actions, particularly his Conduct under the Duke of Berwick in the late War between France and Spain, acquired an immortal Reputation, and shewn himself not inferior to any of the best Irish Generals abroad. In short, the Irish Troops did the Allies the most considerable Damage which they received in the last War. The Generals also of that Nation have been as remark- Many Complaints have been made of the Want of Prote- stant Churches in Ireleand, which is a great Prejudice to the established Religion, Numbers of People chusing to go to Meeting houses and Romish Chapels, rather than omit religious Worship to God. In the Reign of Queen Anne, an Act of Parliament was passed, and Provision made to erect fifty new Churches in the City of London ; many of which Buildings are now the greatest Ornaments of that great Metropolis. And, would not Churches and Glebes for the Use of the Church of England Protestants and Clergy; be most useful in many Parts of this Kingdom, where they have not any, or where they are obliged to ride many Miles to their Devotion i Besides, it would oblige many Clergymen to reside on their Livings, who have not at present the least Convenience to accommo- date them either in Lands or Houses. In England most Rec- tors and Vicars have good Parsonage Houses, Gardens and Lands, which makes Residence very comfortable to them. Amongst the many ornamental and useful Buildings now carrying on in Dublin, one more might be added for the Ho- nour ot the City, and particularly of the Merchants, which 19 a Tholsel or Exchange : In London, the Royal Exchange is one of the finest Buildings : In Bristol their new Exchange is the grandest : And, in Liverpoole they are now Building one, which will surpass that of Bristol. And, why should Dublin, which is the third City in Europe, and the second of his Majesty's Dominions, be defective in a Place for the Meet- ing of Merchants, and the transacting of Business Extract of a Letter from an Officer at Fort Cumberland, to his Friend in Dublin, dated July 18, 1755. ' I take this Opportunity of letting you know the unfor- tunate Success we have had on the 9th Instant ; About 12 o'CIock the Army, Baggage, and Train of Artillery crossed the Monongahela River, at a Ford called Treason House, and at the Brow of the Hill, about 200 Yards from the River, six Miles from the French Fort; the French Indians, who lay behind the Thickets cut our Men off very fast, being sur- prized we could see but one or two at a time, we thought proper to fire on them, till our Ammunition was all spent, and then retreated with the Loss of about two hundred killed, and near four hundred wounded, with the Loss of our Artil- lery. I received a wound in my body, but thank God ' tis not mortal. We shall winter in Philadelphia. Tom Eyres is well; my Compliments to all Friends. I am & c.' The High Sheriff, Grand jury, and the rest of the Gentle- men of the County of Roscommon, on the last Day of last able for their Conduct, as the Troops for their Bravery. Par- ticularly Sir Andrew Lee, Lieutenant General and Grand Croix of the Order of St. Louis, Liutenant General Dillon, Lieutenant General Roth, and Major General Nugent: I might also have named the Lord Galmoy, Brigadier O'Donnel, with several more, and among them that brave old Soldier Major General Morough O Brien, who has left a Son behind him, that joins all the Abilities of the Statesman, with the Po- Assizes, agreed to form themselves into a Farmers Society, and subscribed upwards of one hundred Guineas, to be paid an- nually for five Years, to be distributed in Premiums for the Encouragement of Tillage in this County: Which Example would be well worthy ot Imitation, as Tillage is greatly want- ir g in this Country. Last Wednesday Mr Robinson, Butcher, of Ormond Mar- ket, killed a Calf of eleven Weeks old, the four Quarters of which d 2C. the head and Pluck a Quarter 12lb. and the skin a Quarter and 161b. in all 2C. 3qrs. We hear ihat the Camp at Thurles will break up next Tuesday or Wednesday. Yesterday Lady King, Wife of Sir Edward King, Bart, ar- rived here from France. Mr. Faulkner, Be pleased to insert in your Journal the following Extract from a Book printed in the Year 1745, intitled, A short COurse of standing Rules for the Government and Conduct of an Army, designed for, or in tbe Field, with some useful Ob- servations drawn from Experience. By Richard, Viscount Molesworth.—" Nullum Women abest, se fit prudentia. Jux. Sat 10.— Hi « Lordship having laid down the Design of his essay, Chapter 11d. Page 19, proceeds thus: ' Precautions to be used in Marching. • The first Point to be considered, is the Situation of the Enemy's Army; or ( if they have yet no Body of Troops in' the Field) of their Garrisons ; their Distance and Bearing from the intended March; the Nature of the intervening Ground ; whether your March be covered, either by our own strong Places, narrow Defiles, or impassable Rivers; whether it be a close or an open Country, & c. because, according to these Circumstances, the more or fewer Precautions are to be ufed in marching. though ( by the bye) a good and prudent Com- mander will always march with equal Precaution; which, it is true, may give a little more Trouble, but then will prevent all Possibility of a Surprize ;— The greatest Misfortune that can befall a Soldier.— Bat to return to my Subject— If the E- nemy have already a Body of Troops in the Field at no very great Distance before you; or if you are to march towards, or perhaps pass by some of their Garrisons or if the Country you are to go through be hilly, woody, or cut through b De- files, or Rivers, you cannot in this Case be too careful in marching and encamping. • ' This Body, supposed but small, must keep itself entire and compact; nor can it afford to make the Detachments, and practise the Methods necessary to the Grand Army, in all its Motions ' 0ne Point that may contribute much to its Security, L the having good Intelligence of the Enemy ; and, by gaining ( AT ANT RATE) some good and faithful Spies among the Pea- sants, or other Inhabitants of the Country through which it is to pass, to know certainly whether they have any Parties abroad, and of what Strength. ' The next Care of its Commander must be to provide for the Safety of his March, by disposing his Van- Guards, Rear- Guards, Flank Guards, Patroles and Vedetts, with due Re- gard to the Nature of the Ground he is to march through f informing himself well of All the possible Avenues by which an active, and enterprising Enemy might attempt t0 come to h'm. and securing all these by small Posts; which should have Order- ( as the body passes by them) to fall in, and bring up the rear of the March. * His Van- Guard and Patroles must have Orders to pursue and bring in all little Parties, or even single Men, that they may see strolling within View of the March; to prevent as much as possible, any Intelligence being carried to the Enemy; and, perhaps, employing such People to his own Advantage, either as Guides or Spies. ' If there appear a Wood, or Copse, either in the Way of his March, or in his Flanks, the Commander must not fail to send Parties to scower them ; with Orders ( if they meet with any thing too strong for them) to give their Fire, and then re- tire to the main Body ; which will then approach them regu- larly, and endeavour to surround and make them Prisoners ' The Intention of publishing this Quotation, it not by any Means to call a Reflection upon a late brave General, but a* the unlucky Action on the 9th of July last has given occasion to some to imagine, that the French Out General us: The History of our Battles with that Nation make it appear that, that is not to be allowed. The late Fatatity near Fort Du Quesne is no more than the slight Returning of a French Com- pliment which we made them in the Year 1708, when Gene- ral Webb, with 6000 English and no Artilliery, Beat 24,000 French with 19 Cannon, ten of them three bore, at Wynendale. Oo Monday Evening last a Captain of a Ship going to his Lodgings, was met by a Woman of the Town, who enticed him into a House, where falling asleep, she robbed him of near 601. and his Watch ; next Morning a Search was made for her, when she was found on Lazer's Hill with a Cobler and his Wife, with the greatest Part of the Money in the stall : They were all three lodged in Newgate. Thursday Thomas Dinn, Constable, was committed to Newgate for the Murder of Michael Brennan, Butcher, in Ormond Market. The same Day, at an Adjournment of the Quarter Ses- sions, Laurence Sweetman, Andrew Stockdill, and another young Lad, for stealing some Sugar from Mr. Robert Birch, Private Correction ; James Brenan, Constable, and Rose Kelly, for falsly imprisoning Mrs. Ann Reily, to be confined three Months; Richard Ennis, Constable, for assaulting Mrs. Kelly of Corn market, to be confined ; Stephen Mulles, for steal- ing White Lead frcm Mr. Henry Keating, guilty ; Charles Kelly, for unjustly taking Livery Cloaths, & c. the Property of Hamilton M'Luer, Esq; guilty. Adjourned to Thursday the 25th inst. MARRIAGE. Mr Kenny of Cook street, Linen- draper, to Miss Keogh of Old Cow- market, Linen draper; a young Lady of great Beauty and Merit, with a considerable Forture. DEATH i. Last Week William Power of Gurteen in the County of Waterford, Esq — At the Black Bull Inn in Tho- mas street, Mr. Killkelly an eminent Farmer and Drover near Galway. On Saturday last Mr. John Pagger, an eminent car penter. In Coles- Lane, Mr. Barden, aged 90, who served in the King William's Wars Last Wednesday, about 4 o'clock in the Morning, one Michael Ryan, alias Mouse, an honest and industrious News- hawker, was found dead at a Ship door in High street. He has left a helpless, blind Wi- dow, with a small Charge of Children, who by his Death are rendered real Objects of Charity. three English Mail due To morrow A weekly Bill of Mortality for the City and Suburbs of Dublin, ending the 31st of August, 1755. Males buried this Week, 14 Males baptised this Week. to Females buried this Week, cM Females baptised this Week, 11 Total buried this Week 22 Total baptized this Week, si Dec. in Burials this Week 13 Dec. in Christning, this Week 4 THE Farmers Society of the County of Kildare, have adjourned to Monday the 8th of September next, to the House of Mr. Garrard Reilly at Naas, where the Premiums for the best Seed Wheat will be settled. Signed by Order, THOMAS WHYTE. THE free and independent Editors of the King's County, who met at Shinrone the a6th of August, in Commemoration of the Blessings we enjoy under the Hanover Succession, the Security of our Religion and Liberty, have adjourned their Meeting to the Leap, at the House of Joseph Allon, on the 13th of September, where all those of the same Principles, and who are resolved to maintain their Freedom and Independency an ail future Elections, are desired to attend, JOHN EYRE, Esq; in the chair, THE Members of the Independent Hanover Club of the County of Mayo, are desired to take Notice, that thw Club are to meet at Mi- nla, on Monday the 22d THE Farmers Club of the County of Lowth, has agreed to meet on Tuesday the 30th of September next, at the House of Mr. Thomas Wynne in Dundalk, in order to appoint Praemiums for the Encouragement of Tillage and Planting in the said County. Lord LIMERICK in the Chair. THE Managers of the Scheme for the Support and Benefit of the Three United Hospitals, have the Pleasure to find, that the Alteration of their Scheme has been highly approved bv the Public ; therefore that every Person willing to be an Adventurer may have an Opportunity to get Tickets at the first Cost, till the few that remain are sold, the Offices at the Infirmary on ihe Inns- quay, Mercer's Hospital, and the Hospital for Incurables on La- zer's- hill, still continue open, and Tickets may be there had in any Quan- tity under ten. September 4, 1755. THIS is to give Notice to such Persons as have purchased Vouchers in the Scheme for the Benefit of the Lying in Hospital, and St. Nicho las's Hospital in Francis- street, which was to have been determined by the Drawing of the Brussels Lottery, that the Managers, sensible of the near Approach of the Time of Drawing, and not having disposed of Vouchers suf- ficient to enable them to stand the determination of that Lottery, have changed their Plan, and grasied a Scheme on tbe present State lottery in England, as far as Number 50,000. That the Vouchers issued for the for- mer Scheme shall remain for the Determination of the present one, agreea- ble to a Scheme published this Day : And such Purchasers as shall not like this Alteration, are desired t0 send their Tickets to the Office where they bought them, and their Money will be returned. No Number higher than 1o, oo0 has yet been issued, and the Vouchers and Schemes are now deli- vering out at the Office in George's- lane, and St. Nicholas's Hospital in Francis street N B. Correct Numerical Books will be kept at the Office in George's- lane, where any Tickets depending on the English Scheme may be registered, at one Penny each Number. Dublin, Sept 1. 1755 THe Governors of the Meath Hospital beg Leave to represent to the Publick, that there has been relieved there within the Space of two Years past, meerly by the Charity of private Persons, ( Physician* and Sur- geons giving their Attendance Gratis) no less than Fourteen Thousand Five Hundred and Sixty- six Patients, all of the industrious poor, labouring under sickness and Accidents; but finding their Subscriptions far short to answer the expences of so many who applied, the Governors thought proper to at- tempt increasing their Income, by the Entertainments that have been given at the Marlborough green; but the weather this Season proving so rainy, the Resort there by no Means answered Expectation, but hath been much short of the Expense: The Governors have therefore thrown themselves on the Favour of the Publick for Assistance, and on this Representation of the Case, they hope for a favourable Appearance of the Nobility and Gentry. By particular Desire. For the Benefit of the MEATH HOSPITAL. ON Monday next, being the 9th of September, 1755, will be perform- ed a GRAND CONCERT of MUSICK. With great Variety of TUMBLING and ROPE DANCING; particularly, Madam GeRMAIn will dance on the stiff Rope in Wooden Shoes, as never performed in this city before; several new surprising Performances on the slack Wire, Equi- libres, &. by Monsieur BARBArOUSe ; to the great Surprize of the Spec- tators, Monsieur DoMiniquE will fly over sixteen Mens Heads with six Boys on their Shoulders; and Monsieur GuITTAr will perform on the stiff Rope, being the first Time since he hurted his Leg, and several new Per- formances too tedious to mention. All to conclude with surprising grand new FIRE- WORKS, the like never seen before. With grand Illumina- tion'. The Musick to be in at five o'clock, the Performance at six, there being new Performances, and the Evenings growing short. N. B.- The Gravel Walk is row intirely finished round the Green, so that there is no Danger of catching Cold from walking on it. GENUINE MANUSCRIPT seRMONS to be disposed of at Charles Connor's, Bookseller, on Ormond- key near Essex- bridge. fREqUENT Application being made by Ladies and Gentlemen to the Printers and Booksellers for PRINTING TYPES to mark Linen, is, & c. This is to acquaint the Pubiic, that LeTTERS and figuRes of a proper Size for these Purposes, very conveniently fixed in Brass Handles, in the Manner of Office Seals, may now be had at Mr. P. Wilson's and Mr. M. Williamson's, Booksellers, in Dame- street, Mr. H. Saunders's, Bookseller, at the Corner of Christ Church- lane, Mr. Sleater's on Cork- hill, and at the Letter Foundery at the Tea Tub in Stephen- street, Dublin. N. B. Those who chuse it, may be supplied with Printing Ink, cither red or black, at the above Places. At a Meeting of the Creditors of Messrs. Dillon and Ferrall, at the Musick- hall in Fishamble street, Dublin, on Monday the 21st of July Inst. their Committee made the following Report. THAT from several Circumstances relative to the Affairs of the said Dillon and Ferrall, the Committee were of Opinion, that no Time should be lost in preparing a Petition to Parliament for an Act for granting such Relief to the Creditors of the said Dillon and Ferrall, as cannot, in their Opinion, be procured in any other Way. In Conseqence of which Report, the following Consent, after Conside- ration, was unanimously entered into, and signed by a Number of the Cre- ditors then present. We the several undernamed Persons, Creditors of the Bank lately kept by Messrs. Thomas Dillon and Richard Ferrall, do hereby severally consent and agree, that Application be made by the Committee of the Creditors of the sAid Bank, In Behalf of themselves and the several other Creditors, the next Session of Parliament to be held in Ireland, for an Act for Relief of the Cre- ditors of the said Bank, in such Manner as to our said Committee shall seem proper; and that the Expences necessary for the obtaining of the said Act be defrayed out of the Fund of the said Bank, provided the same do not exceed the Sum of Five Hundred Pounds sterling. The above Consent lies at the Office of Mr. Richard Thwaits, Publick Notary, in Crampton- court, in order to be signed by the other Creditors ; and such of them at do not reside in Dublin, are desired to give immediate Directions to some Friend there to sign for them, in order that at soon as it can be judged that a Majoritv have signed, the proper Steps may be taken for preparing such Petition t0 Parliament. Signed by Order the Creditors, Dublin, July 25,1755. WILLIAM FITZ- PATRICK. BANK NOTES of Messrs. Dillon and Farrell to be exchanged for those of Messrs. Willcocks and Dawson -. Enquire of the Printer hereof. JOHN WILLC0CKS me JOHN DAWSON, of the City 0f Dublin, late Bankers, having taken an exact Account of all the Debts which they owe their several Creditois, do find that the same amount to the Sum of One Hundred and Ninety- two Thousand Pounds, to pay and dischargc which, they have solvent Securities, and a real and personal Estate of the Value of a Hundred and Fifty two Thousand Pounds, which said Securities shall be immediately called in, and said real and personal estates sold, that the same may be applied rateably in Discharge of their said Debts. And as there is a Certainty that the said Fund will be sufficient to pay Thirteen Shillings and Four Pence in the Pound of their several Debts, exclusive of a large Debt due t0 them by Richard Brewer, their late Casher, and also ex- clusive of several Debts due to them, some of which are apprehended to he precarious, and some others to be insolvent, out of which whatever Sum shall be received shall be also applied rateably in Discharge of the Debts of the said Bank.— In order therefore to expedite the Payment of the Debts due to the said Willcocks and Dawson, and the rateable Application aforesaid, Notice Is hereby given, that such Persons as are indebted to them, and shall produce any of their Notes, shall be allowed at the Rate of Thirteen Shil- lings and Four Pence in the pound for such Notes; such Allowance to be in- dorsed on the said Notes is part Payment thereof, and that the Drafts of such Persons as have a Right to draw on the said Willcocks and Dawson, will be accepted in Payment of the Debts due to the Bank, provided said Drafts do not exceed the Rate of Thirteen Shillings and Four Pence in the Pound of the respective Sums due by the said Bank to the Persons who shall draw the same And the several Persons indebted to the said Bank, are hereby requested forthwith to pay in the Debts due by them to the said Bank to Theobald Wolfe, esq, at his House in Aungier- street, that a Payment may be made to all their Creditors. Attendance for taking in their Notes and Drifts it before mentioned, will be given it the House of Anthony Ha- milton. Merchant, in Hanbury- lane, Dublin, from Ten o'Cloclt in the morning till Two o'Clock in the Afternoon. PORT- NEWS. Sept. 1. No Ship arrived.— Sailed; Hopewell of Barmouth, Owens, thither Ballast. Wind W. N. Well. ad, Arrived; Captain of Ballycastle, Whiteworth, thence Coals. Sailed, Thomas & Sarah of Yarmouth, Shervie, to Milford, Ballast. 3d, Arrived; Lively of Whitehaven. Thompson, from Riga, Timber & Poles; Earl of Ravenclow of Saubourg, Trohnson, from Drunton, deals; Charming Jenny of Dublin, Dawson, from Liverpool, Salt & Earthenware Boyne of Ark- low Byrne , thence Timber, & c. Friends of Whitehaven, Drape. from Riga, Tim- ber to Two Friends of Berwick, Wilkinson, thence Wheat, & c. Collier, Coals. Sailed Lawrenny of Milford Davis, to Lisbon, Candles & Linen Cloth, & c. Batchelor of Irvine, Gilkinson, thither Oatmeal; Philip St James of Dublin, Doyle, to Ballycastle, Merchants Goods; Experiment of Whitehaven, Robinson, thither Provisions, & c. Lovely Mary of Dublin, Bennis, to Cadiz, Hides, Butter, & c. Elizabeth of Bristol, Sloper, thither empty Buts & Hogsheads, . Prince Wil- liam of Bristol, Wylie, thither Merchant Goods; 2 Vessels, Ballast; 1 Collier, home Ballast. wind Westerly. 4th Arrived Mary Ann of Liverpool, Furlong thence Salt; Barbara of Dub- lin Adams, from Bourdaaux, Wine, Vinegar, Paper, & c. Love of Whitehaven,_ Parker from Riga Timber, Crossfield of Whitehaven, Grindall, from Antigua, Rum, Cotton.& c. Coaster, Kelp Sailed; Collier, home, Ballast. Qua- rantine sloop in Poolbeg. No Packetboat in this Harbour. Wind West," THE Proprietors of the Square Glass- house in Abbey street, hereby gives Notice, that for the future, all Persons may be supplied with BOTTLEs by applying to Mr. Robert Verney, 11 said House. N. B. Speimens of the Bottles are to be seen at the Custom house, the Dublin, and Globe Coffee houses. DANIEL LENIHAN, Sadler, Cap, and Whip- maker, in Christ- churh- yard, Dublin, takes this Method to acquaint his Friends and the Publick that he makes all Kinds of Saddles, of the newest Fashion now in Lodon, viz. welted Hog Skin Saddles, Russia Leather Saddles, welted Dempeek Saddles, Kings Hunters with Burs, Pistol Saddles, Ladies Hunting Sie Saddles of all Kinds, Whips of all Sorts, Silver Button and plain, Velvt Caps of the best Kind, Silk Caps for Ladies, Curry- combe and Brushes. Mane combs and Sponges; he asio makes Lawyers traveling writing Desks and several other Articles too tedious to mention. Any Gen- tlemen that are pleased to favour him with their Custom, may depend on having their Work done with the greatest Care and Dispatch. TO be sold by Publick Cant, to the highest Bidder, at Fany near Lis- nesks in the County of Fermangh, on Wednesday the first of October nex, several Colts and Fillies of the Draft and Saddl Kind, as also several Brod Mares, with and without Foals at their feet, belonging to James Nobl, Esq; of Glasdrumon. Six Months Credit wili be given on good Security, or 12 Pence per Pound allowed for ready Money. This Day is published. Price 4d. AN ESSAY on the Charaxter of the late Mr. WILLIAM BrUCe. In a Letter to a Friend. Statua cuique dies; breve, et irreparabile tempus Omibus est Vitae : Sed Famam extendere factis Ho Virtutis Opus. Printed for John Smith on the Blind- quay. ST0LEn or strayed an Thursdsy the 28th of August last, from Lowhill in the county of Kilkenny, about a Mile from the Town of Ballnekillt a white and liver- colour Bitch, about 3 Years old, of the Spanish pointers Kind, answrs to the Name of Polly. Whoever brings said Bitch to Major Warren, a Lowhill aforesaid, or to the Rev. Mr. Stratford. at Baltinglass in the County of Wicklow, shall receive one Guinea Reward. If said Bitch is conceale, as it is suspeCted, the Discoverer shall be intitlcd to said Re- ward, and the Concealer prosecuted with Rigour. TO be let for building on, either in the Whole or in Parcels, for any Term of Years, or Lives, a large Plot or Piece of Ground, situate on the East Side of Ann street, near the Linen- hall, containing on the West Side fronting Ann street It3 Feet, on the North to Squire Newcomen's Holding i- j Feet 8 Inches, on the East with the Sugar- house 100 feet, and . ob the South with Cuckoo- line coo Feet, being very commodious for Mer- chants and others trading in the Linen Business. Whoever is inclined to treat for the same, or any Part thereof, may apply to Messr. Mary and William Richardson, Linen Drapers, in Bride- street. WHEREAS Jane O'Bryan, otherwise Holbrooke, Wife of Anthony 0 Bryan of Legore in the County of Meath, hath contracted several Debts without her Husbands Consent This is to inform the Publick not to truft her on her said husband's Account, as I am determined not to pay any Debt she may or has contracted. Given under my Hand this 5 h Day of September. 1755. ANTHONY O'BRIEN. NEXT Week an Office will be opened in the Old Post- office- yard, Sy- camore- alley, where it was formerlv kept, under the Direction and Managemcnt of Mark Thomas, for registering Tickets in the present Eng- lish Scheme. At he is to have the Blanks and Prizes of each Day's Draw.' ings duly transmitted to him from the ablest Broker io London, he proposes purchasing all the small Prizes immediately upon his Report, at very small Discount, and likewise Fnglish Blanks. Tickets will be disposed of at said Office, and Shares of Tickets 1. formerly.- N. B Mr. Hazard, who sold the last 10, oool. Prize in London by his Advertisement, hath now con- sented to let me sell out this Turn. MARK THOMAS. THIS is to give Notice to all who intend, or are derirous to deal with the Amethyst Company of Kerry, that the said Company are now stopping said Work for this Season; and as they have some of the Ane- thysts to dispose of, any Persons who have a Mind to deal that Way, may be informed of the Nature and Hardness of said Stones by applying to Mr. James Archer, Lapidery, near the Piazzas in Essex street, Dublin. Just published by S. POWELL, Printer, in Crane- lane, ( Price a British Crown.) THE LIFE and uncommon ADVENTURES of Capt. DUDLEY BRADSTREET. Being the most Genuine and Extraordinary, per- haps, ever published. Containing, His being employed in Secret Ser- vices by the Ministry of Great Britain, in the late Rebellion. His Majes- Ty's Present tn him, received by the Hands of Mr. Stone. His Letters to his MAJESTY, and the Answers received from the KING. The Reward he got for his Services, occasioning his Scheme of the BOTTlr Conjurer. His passing as a Magician in Covent- garden, where many of high Birth and Fortune of both Sexes resorted to him, upon his promising to renew their Age, and informing others when their Husbands or Wives shouid die His being made Governor of the finest Seraglio in England, and his promised Feast to the City of London ; Facts well known to all the Courts of Europe. With the Lives of Mrs. Winnett, Mrs. Collison. Miss Churchill, Stc. acc. « ,* The great Demand for Capt. BRADSTREETs Life and Adven, tures is fo very extraordinary, the Impression ( which was prettv large) is al- ready nearly sold ofF; therefore the Subscriber. are humby requested to send for their Books to the Printer, as soon as conveniently they can, that they may not be under a Necessity to wait for a second Edition. • TO BE LET for any Term of Years, the House in FINGLASS, Called the ROYAL GARTER. For further Particulars inquire of Mr. William Toin, or Thomas Foy, both in said Town, or of Mr. Wal- ley Oulton in Calragh- lane. Jane Higginson; otherwise Gayet, Ex- WHEREAS by a Decree lotte Gayer and Catherine Gayor, Ex- of his Majesty's Court of ecutors of thr last Will and Testa- : Exchequer in Ireland bearing ment of the Rev. Philip Gayer, Clerk, Date the 26th Day of June 1752, deceased, who was sole Executor of in a Cause wherein the Rev. Ed- the faft Will md Testament of the ward Mathews, Doctor in Divi- Rev. Edward Mathews, decealed, I nity, was PlantifT, Anthony Cos- Plaintiffs lett, Theodora, his Wife, and Anthony Coslett, Theodora, his Wife, others, were Defend where- George Logan, and Prudence, his f by I am required to sell by pub- Wife, Hugh White, Mathew Jacob ' lirk Cant 10 the best and fairest and Charles Howison, Executors of j Bidder, all the Defendant, Right, Hugh White, deceased; the said | and Intetest of in, and the George Logan, Administrator of Jane : Town and Land, of Loughan Coslett, deceased, James Watson, Sa- Island, otherwise Loughlin island, muel Hutcheson, Clerk, Alexander otherwise Annadorn, with the Arthur William Beers, and Charles Mill therein, and all Appurte- Mathews Coslett, a Minor, nances thereto belonging, situate Defendants. in the Barony of Kinnalerty and County of Down, by Virtue of a Lease for 500 Yeirj, made by Sir George Rawdon, Bart, on the 28th Day of February, 1660, at tbe yearly Rent of Two Shillings sterL which laid Decree, and all tie Proceedings had thereon, by Order bearing Date the first Day of July, 1755, now stands revived. Now take Notice, that will, on Monday the 10th Day of November next, proceed to the Sale of feid Lands and Premisses, pursuant to the said Decree, between tht Hours ef twelve and one of the Clock on said Day, at the Exchequer Office in Ken- nady's- lane, Dublin. Dated this a6th Day of July, 1755. PALMERSTON. Note, That a fourth Part of the Purchase Money is to be deposited at the Time of the Sale : Also, that the Tide Deeds may be seen of Mr. Ar- thur Stanhope, Attorney, at his House in Crow- street. AT ihe ANATOMICAL THEATRE in the COLLEGE, on Tuese day, October al, at one o'Clock, will begin a COURSE of ANA- TOMY, & c. intended as a Foundation to the Study of Physic and Surgery, and consisting of 108 Lectures, viz. ion the History of Anatomy; ij cm the Solids and Fluids of the Human Body in general ; 17 on the particular Bones; 15 on the Muscles; 4 On the Nerves; 6 on the Blood Vessels; 14 00 the Viscera; 7 on the Organs of Sense; 3 on the Foetus in Utero ; 10 on Comparative Anatomy ; la on the Operations of Surgery ; and 50a Bandages. Price 3 Guineas. Private Pupils are likewise furnished with Subjects, and taught the Method of Dissecting, and making Anatomical Preparations, after the same Manner as at London and Paris. Price s* Guineas. Bv GEO. CLECHORN, Surgeon, Anatomist to Trinity Col- lege. Just published, and sold by William Sleater, at the University Printing- house, A new Edition of Douglas on the Muscles, with Notes, Sec- Price 3s 3d. TO be sold by publick Cant, at Boyle in the County of Roscommon, on Monday the a9th Day of September inst. the Stock of thy Right Hon. . Robert, late Lord Kingsborough, consisting of about 40 large fat Bul- locks from 5 to 6 Years old, several choice Cows with Calves at their Feet, got by a choice Bull bred by Annesly Gore, Esq; several Heifers and Bul- locks of different Ages of the same Breed, fome choice Breeding Mares, se- veral well trained Hunters, and Hacks, and several good Draft Horses; tha horned Catt'e are to be sold for ready Money, and six Months Time Will be allewed for the Horses, upon giving such Security as shall be approved a( before they are knocked off: Twelvepence in the Pound to be allowed upon paying ready Money for the Horses. This Day is published by the Printer hereof. Price 4d. OBSERVATIONS on the LINEN MANUFACTURE of IRELAND. By J n G—— ne, Esq. That City, which it governed by the worse Laws, but those firm and stable, is in a safer Condition than the City, where the Laws are better and more eligible in their original In- stitution ; but where they are administered in a loose and fluctuating Method. thucydides. To the Merchants of the Kingdom of Ireland. IHave brought my Earthenware to such Perfection, that I have a great Demand for it from Germany, Spain, and Portugal, but for want of a Capital, I am not able to export any Quantity of it which makes me have recourse to such Gentlemen as trades to those Kingdoms to assist me, by send- ing it abroad, and if they will pay me ready Money for it, it will enable me to supply them with many Thousand Pounds worth of it annually; for since I have discovered the Method of burning my Ware with Coal, and found out lately a good Body and Glaze, 1 can serve them on fuch reasonable Terms, that they can undersell the French in all foreign Matkets with this Commodity, which will bring large Sums of Money into this Nation : All Losses on my Ware that is sold abioad, I will reimburse the Exporters of it. The Ware- house at the Manufactory will be open Wednesdays and Saturdays only, for Wholesale. N. B. As Complaints has been justly made of some Ware sold by the clarks at the Manufactory, I am willing to exchange them ( provided they are not abused by Service) at the India Ware- house in Abbey- street, where the Ware is sold as usual by Retail. • HENRY DELAMAIN. TO be sold, the Fee Simple and Inheritance of the Towns and lands of Tullyl Tullywood, Cam, and several other Denominations cf Land, containing in the Whole 1600 Acres, or thereabouts, of exceeding good Land, with about( 1000 Acres of improveable Bog surrounding a great Part of the same, all which said Lands are in one Mearing, without the Mixture of any other Property, and are situate to the East to the Lands of Mount- temple, and run to the West middle way between Moat of Greenrge and Athlone on the North Side, and very near to the Turnpike Road between the said two Places; the said Lands are subject to an old Lease originally of 99 Years, whereof there are 19 Years to come from the first of Mar next, set in Consideration of a Fine at the rent of 6tl. 45. 4d. a Year, at he Ex- piration of which that- and all other Leases determine. Proposals wil be re- ceived by Frederick Trench, Esq; at his House in Aungier- street by his Son, Frederick Trench, Esq; at his House in Stephen's- green, Mr. Robert Harrison in Aungier- street, aod by Mr. Thomas Mulock, Notary Piblick, in Skinner- row. To be sold by publick Cant, at the Fair Green of Farnecarney in the County of Sligo, on Monday the 15th of September Ind < 0 five Years old Bullocks, 50 four Year olds, 40 three Year olds, and 80 two Year olds, all of a choice Kind, and ia great Order : There will be also sold at the same Time, some Milch Cows, and other Black Cattle, particularly 4 Cows with Bull Calves at their Feet, several Horses, Mares, Colts and Fil- lies, are also to be disposed of, and a Pair of dark bay Horses fit for a Cha- riot, Post- chaise, or to run in a Set. For the Benefit of such as choose to buy but a few, the fat Bullocks will be set up in Lots of 3,4, and 5, each Lnl. Six Months Time will be given for the Payment of the Money, In- terred free, and six Months more with Intered. No Lot to be knocked off till the Security is named and approved of, and not less than two will be ac- cepted of as a Security. TO be sold by Cant at Walshestown, on the id of October next, 400 Sheep of different Ages, and Rams of the choicest Breed, famous for Wool. Buyers will get six Months Credit, Interest free, giving good Secu- rity. One Hundred Acres of Walshedown will be set from the first of May next, for any Term to be agreed on, by Mr. Lennon, at Walshestown near Mullingar, County of Westmeath. TO be set from the first of Novtmber, or 15th of March next, by Mathew Hobart, the younger, Merchant, of Birr, for a Term of Years, or Leases of Lives renewable for ever, a set of choice Mills, consist- ing of two Corn and one Tuck Mill, with a Napping Engine ( which goes by Water) in excellent Order, being lately rebuilt: likewise a commodious Malt- house, and 6, 8, or 10 Acres of good Land, also an Oat Kiln, and a good Eel Fishery, all contiguous to each other, situate on the River Brusna in Ballyloughnane and Barony of Lower Ormond, in a good Country, and has a large Share of Business. Encouragement will be given to a good Te- nant. Proposals will be received by said Mathew Hobart, at his House, who is ready to shew the said Concerns. N. B. The above to be let, with or without the malt house. THIS is to give Notice, that Redmond Bermingham of Smithfield in the City of Dublin, Salesmaster, being obliged to decline said Business on Account of the Death of his Wife and Children, hath began to carry on said Business as usual, and being encouraged by his former Friends and Cus- tomers, hopes for the Continuation of their Friendship, which he will take Care to deserve, by discharging all Business committed to his Care with the utmost Expedition, and the greatest Judgment in hisPower. TO be let, and the Rent fined down, or the Inheritance sold, the Park of Pallice in the King's County, containing about 151 Acres of good Land, a great Part thereof Meadow, the Whole enclosed by a Stone Wall 9 Feet h'gh, and subdivided by well grown Quiekset Ditches, in which Park is a good Houfe, Offices, Garden, Orchards, and many thriving young Plan- tations, and other Improvements, on which 5000I. and upwards have been lately expended ; there are a great Number of full grown Forest Trees in Hedge- rows and open Groves ; the Park is bounded on the South by a fine Lake with 3 gravelly Shore, which Lake abounds with Fish and Fowl, and is situate in a dry healthy Country, full of Game, on the great Port Road midway from Tullamore, Balliboy, and Frankford, 3 Miles from each.—.— To be sold also, the Inheritance of 660 Acres of Land, or thereabouts, ad- joining the said Park, and Part of the same Estate, let in Farms 13 Years ago to three Protestant Tenants for 3 Lives each, and to four Popish Tenants for 31 or Years, at 181I. Us. jd. per Ann. about two- thirds of the pre- sent Value, on which Farms are good Houses, Marble and Limestone Quar- ries, easily wrought. Plenty of good Marie, a large Bog, and two thriving Oak Woods.- To be sold also, the Inheritance of the town and Lands of Kinnefadd, wi'h n Half a Mile of Edenderry ii the King's County, set to Thomas Arrnstrong at 130I. per Ann. for Lives renewable for ever, at a Pepper Corn Fine. Proposals to be received by Warneford Armstrong, Esq; at Pallice near Tullamore, and by Theobald Wolfe, Esq; in Aungier- street in Dublin. TO be set from the first of November next, for such Term of Years as can be agreed on, the Tenement in the Town of Coothill and County of Cavan, wherein the late Humphry Evatt, Esq; did live; it is a very large commodious House, with a double Roof, slated, very fit for a Gentleman of Fortune that has a large Family ; there are very good Office- houses, most of them. slated mi in good Repair, a large back Yard paved, and walled in with a Wall ot Stone and Lime 8 Feet high, and good Water pump in the Yard ; there are two good Gardens well inclosed with a clipped Hedge 6 or 7 Feet high, with an Acre of Meadow below the Gardens ; there is likewise 9 Acres and Half of Town Parks and Meadow, and Tun- bog sufficient for the Tenement. Any Gentleman that has Occasion for the same, by apply- ing to Henry Evatt of Clones in the County of Monaghan, Apothecary may be farther inormed, as the said Henry Evatt has a Power to set the same. WHEREAS on Wednesday Night last some Persons having got into a walled Park belonging to Edward Noy of Newbrook in the County of Dublin, Esq; did there feloniously kill an Afrian Ram, and a fat Wether, » he Property ot the said Edward Noy, and took away the Shoulders and hind Quarters, with the Fat of the said Wether, and did cut off and take away all the Fat and the Flesh of the hind Quarter of the said Ram. Now I the said Edward Noy do hereby promise a Reward of ten Guineas to such Person at shall within 3 Months after the Date hereof, first discover and prosecute to Conviction the Person or Person concerned in the said Felony ; and I do al- so promise over and above the said Reward, to use my utmost Endeavours to procute his Majesty's Pardon for such of the Persons concerned therein ai shall first discover and convict the other Person or Persons concerned in the said Fact. Dated this 22d Day of August, 1735. EDWARD NOY. WHEREAS many Persons, Dealers in Ironmongers Goods and Hard- ware in this Kingdom, have not the Opportunity for want of a fixed and regular Correspondence in England, of importing their Goods to proper Advantage Notice is hereby given, that the Ware- house which was kept at the lower End of Dirty- lane, Essex- street, is removed to Kennedy's- lane, leading from Bride- street to Nicholas- street, where there will be a con- stant Supply of all Kinds of Hardware and Ironmongers Goods, via, Locks and Hinges of different Sorts, all Kinds of Carpenters, Joiners, and Shoe- makers Tools, all Sorts of Cabinetmakers Furniture, and most Kinds o Goods thac are manufactured in Iron and Brass, with a Sortment of Sadlers Goods. Also, the greatest Variety of gilt, plated, and metal Buttons, & c. japanned Tea- waiters, Tea- kettles, and Bread baskets, with a regular Sort- ment of the newest Patterns of Snuff- boxes, Buckles, and great Choice of Steel and Metal Toys, that are manufactured in Birmingham, Woolver- hampton, Sheffield, and London, to be sold for READY MONEY ONLY, upon more reasonable Terms than any ever yet imported ; the lowest Price is fixed on every Article, and no Abatement will be made. A compleat Set of Patterns of all the newest Toys, will constantly kept, and all Orders will be readily executed, ' bv B. MOLINEUX, of Woolverhampton. CATHERINE DARQUE, Widow of Cornet Lewis Darque, who has for many Yean past been disabled of the Use of her Limbs, and is in a very bad State of Health, which induces her to take this Method to inform the Public, that she is well skilled and known to make at good MEAD as any in this Kingdom, and for her Support by the Generosity arid Encouragement of many of the Nobility, Gentry and others, she has now a Quantity, and Variety of that Liquor, well approved of by all who have tasted it, endeavouring thereby to obtain some small Livelihood ; she humbly hopes for the Favour and Custom of her well- disposed Friends, may expect the best Usage, and at the most reasonable Rates, that are pleased to honour her with their Commands, which will be most grate- fully acknowledged, by their most obliged humble Servant, CATHERINE DARQUE. Note, Said Liquor may be tasted at any Time, at Mr. Ransford's Gro- cery Shop neat the Black Lion in Lissey- street, where due Attendance will he given each day from the Hours of 12 till 2 of the Clock : A Gallon IS the smallest Quantity to be sold. In the Press, and speedily will be published, ( in a large and small Edition) by P. LORD, Bookseller, at the Angel and Bible in Cook- street, Dublin. AVINDICATION of the CASE of the ROMAN CATHOLICS of IRELAND, against the REMARKS upon it lately published. And this Day is published by the said P. LORD, ( Price a British Sixpence) a small Edition ( being the THIRD) of the CASE of the ROMAN CA- THOLICS of IRELAND. Humbly dedicated to his Excellency, WILLI- AM, Marquis of HARTlNGTON, Lord Lieutenant- General, and Gene- ral Governor; and to the LORDS Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons of IRELAND. Note, Variety of Books, neat and strong bound, for Country Merchants and Dealers, & c. that please to favour him with their Custom, may be assured of being carefully supplied at tht most reasonable Rates. Just imported by J. Rocque, opposite the Bagnio Slip on the Batchelors Walk. 1. e. d. AMAP of the English and French Dominions in North Ame- rica, in 8 Sheets, English Money, Ditto in 1 Sheet, with Improvements and a Memoire His Survey of London, in 14 Sheets. Where may be seen, a Proof of the Environs of Dublin, ( to the same Scale as those of London, in 16 Sheets,) and the Engraving ot the Plan of the City. HAVING advertised in a former Paper, that 1 was willing to do any Thing the Majority of my Creditors pleased; this is to acquaint them further, that I will proceed to give out Books to my Note and Account Cre- ditors, at 8 Shilling: in the Pound, and give fresh Securities for Payment of the Deficiency, at three different Payments, to bear Interest ; and that I ' am willing now to give out Books at the Sale Catalogue Prices, to all my Bond Creditors, and take the Bonds at the full Value. That to my chief Bond Creditor, I will allow ten per Cent. Discount, tho' many of the Books are his own, for which I paid him the same Prices charged in my Cata- logue; and that if there be any Deficiency when sold, I will give him more to make it up, and divide the Overplus amongst the rest of my Creditors, if they chuse to acquit me entirely, or keep them if they keep, the fresh Secu- rities. The Majority of my Creditors agreed to give me my Liberty, and take what I had subject 10 my Bond Debts, but they were in Danger of Chancery Suits, therefore it proved abortive ; but the above Method will constitute every one a Trustee only for himself. Such as agree to this, are humbly desired to send their Names to Mr. Hand's Shop in Dame street, n at Door to my late Shop. My own Copies will be given out in Lots, and divided rateably in the following Manner. Prices sold for to Gent. 1. s. < 1. ROBERT MAIN. THIS Day is published, and sold by the Printer hereof, in a Pocket Volume, sewed in blue Paper, the following SIX MAPS, to wit, the World, Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, and South America, laid down in a most exact and accurate Manner from the most approved Maps and Charts, and regulated by astronomical Observations. Bv EMANUEL BOWEN, Geographer to his Majesty. For the Use of their Royal High- nesses the Prince of Wales and Prince Edward his Brother. Most beauti- fully engraved on Copper. price 13d. plain, or is. 7d. Halfp. finely co- loured. N. B. The Maps of North or South America may be had se- parately, to examine the present Scene of War. Price ef each, plain, 3d. or coloured, 4d. Halfp. Ths Day is published, by Oliver Nelson, at Milton's Head in Skinner- row. - ACOURSE of EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY, being an Intro- duction to the true Philosophy of Sir ISAAC NEWTON, containing Mechanics, Hydrodatics, Pneumatics, Optica, and Astronomy. To which is added, the Use of the Globes, done in an easy and familiar Way for the Use of young Gentlemen, bv ROBERT GIBSON, Teacher of Mathematics. At said Nelson's Shop, laid Mr. Gibfon's Treatsise on Surveying may bs also had, at ( Ss. 6d. - The Author continues: to instruct young Gentle- men: in the Mathematical Sciences, and to take Boarders, at his House in Anglesey- street Now in the Press, and speedily will be published, Gratis. JONES'S CHARITABLE SCHEME for the Relief of INSOLVENT DEBTORS in Ireland, whereby ONe THOUSAND miserable People, who are now perishing thro' Want, and rotting alive in the several Prisons of this Kingdom, for small Debtr, to the Ruin of their Families, and the Prejudice of the publick Health, may be enlarged, and permitted to become useful Members of Society, by a very easy Method of Subscription, ar. d a most advantageous one for the Subscriber; and as an Encouragement to this Great Charity, the Promoter of it, who had the good Fortune to draw the Great Prize in the late Utrecht Lottery, proposes to give 800I. as a Free Gift, and to subscribe for 100 Benefit Tickets besides; and hopes the Pub- lick will shew their Approbation of so extensive an Act of Humanity, by promoting the Subscription chearfully. Dublin, June 14, 1755. This Day is published by the printer hereof. In Two Vols. lamo. Price bound 51. ; d. sewed in blue Paper 4s. 4d. THE WORLD. By ADAM FITZ ADAM. Facta est immensi copia Mundi. OviD. Of the great World, Abundance hath been made, N. B. A few are printed on very fine Writing Paper, Price bound 6s. 6d. CHARLES SMITH, Son of the Widow Smith of Jervis- street, Dublin, bred a Clark, a genteel, tall, young Man, smooth faced, about 23 Years old, had on a light Frock and a 1 curled Wig, about 5 Feet 9 Inches high ; and Walter Reeves, born at Toberhow in the Queen's County, bred a tradesman, a thick, set, full faced, young Man, about 5 Feet 9 Inches, high, and about 14 Years of Age, has a cast in his Eyes, had on him a blue Coat lined with white, and a brown Wig. Now whoever apprehends both or either 01 the above persons, and secures them in any of his Majesty's Goals in Great Britain, Ireland, or the Isle of Man, shall receive the Sum of twelve Guineas sterl. any time within four Calcndar Months from this Date ; the said Sum to be paid by Mr. Pagett Halpen, at Mr. Sheridan's in Caple- street, Dublin. August 9, 1755. TO be let from this Day to the first of April next, the Shop, Dwelling- house, and Ware houses in Essex street, opposite to the Bridge, lately occupied by Mr. John Sican, Merchant, N. B. There are Shelves, Bot- es, Counters, Sec. in the Shop, to accommodate a Grocer. Enquire of the Printer hereof. ACaptain of Foot upon the Irish Establishment, of Half pay, is willing to exchange with a Captain of Foot upon Full- pay, and to give the Dif- ference. Enquire of Mr. Benjamin Johnston. Notary Publick, in Castle- street, Dublin. TO be let for such Term as shall be agreed on, from the 25th Day of March neat, either the Whole together, or in separate Farms, the Lands of Ballygarron, and the two Kilmacleagues, containing 710 Acres and 19 Perches, Plantation Measure, situate in the Barony of Gualtier and County of Waterford, and about 4 Miles from the City of Waterford, all choice Grounds, fit either for Dairies or Tillage, as it borders on the back Strand of Tramore, where there is Manure in Plenty to be had. Proposals to be received by the Rev. Doctor Jeremiah Milles at Exeter in England, and by Mr. Ralph Hawtrey in Waterford, who will order the Lands to be shewn to any Person that would treat for them. AHouse in good Repair, to be set, in Dorset street, with Stable, Coach- house, and all Materials, in good Order, next Door but two to Lord Trimleston's. Inquire of Mr. Henry Courtenay, in Ann- street near the Linen- hall. DRUMCONDRA PRINTING WORKS. This is to inform the Publick, that it is for the future intended to print at Drumcondra tor others : And as this Expedient is thought the most likely to promote and establish so great and national a Manufacture, it is hoped it will meet with Approbation. It Is necessary to mention that this Work ia the only one in its Kind in the Universe, the Art of Printing Linens from Mettal- Plates ingraved being no where else known.— N. B. Several new Patterns for Gowns, and those for the large Hangings and Furniture are now finished. Those who are disposed to send Goods, are desired to apply at the Drumcon. ra Ware- house ON George's- hill, or at the Printing- yard. WHEREAS Michael Sinnot, was on Thursday the 14th inst. most violently and barbarously beaten and abused at Rogerstown, Part of the Estate of George Reade, Esq; in the County of Kilkenny, by Patrick Way and John Ryan of said Rogerstown, Yeomen, by Means of which he died the 2d Day following, and the Villains have made their Escape : The said Way is about 19 Years of Age, full faced, sandy Hair, has a Stoop in his Shoulders, is about 5 Feet 9 inches high, wears a Wig, a black Body Coat and Linen Breeches, blue Stockings and Broguemakers Pump, John Ryan is about 19 Years old, full faced, red Hair, about 5 Feet 7 Inches high, straggb s in his Walk he wore going off, a dark Coat and Leather Breech- es, white Stockings, and Brogues. Now this is to give Notice, that if any Person ot Persons will. apprehend the said Patrick Way and the sai. 4 Ryan, so as to have them lodged in any of his Majesty's Goals in this Kingdom be- fore the first of November next, they shall receive a Reward of icl steel. for both, or 5I. for either of them, to be paid by George Reade, Esq; at Sion near Kilkenny, or by Mr. William Knaresbrough, at Butler's Grove near Gowran. August ai, t7Jj. GEORGE READE; TO be set for 3 Lives from the first Day of May next, and the Tenants allowed to plow make Gardens, and take up Meadows at Pleasure aft- er the first Day of March SNUGGBOROUGH, a Farm constraining of Land, Plantation Measure, part thereof Well divided, quicked and planted, a very convenient good House, with a large Orchard and Gardens well inclo- sed, situate within $ Miles of Belturbet, 5 of Killishandia, 4 if Ballyma- gavran, and 6 of Swadlinbar all Market Towns. Propoals will be received at any Time to' the first Day o: January next, by Mr. James Elliott at Drumralla near Newtown Butler, by Mr Andrew Nixon at Cavan, by the Rev. Mr. Robert Moor at Cartrongarrow near Longford, and by William Montgomery of Snuggborough aforesaid, who will at any Time shew or cause to be shewcd the said Farm, with the Survey thereof. TO be fo d, the interest of a Lease for 3 Lives renewable for ever, of a X Lot of Ground on the South Side of St. Stephen's- green, opposite the East Walk of the Green, containing in Front aboui C3 Foot, and in Depth Westward about 180 foot, and the End about 140 foot, subject only to al. ics. a Year Rent, and il. 5s. on- each Renewal There Is a good Dwel- ling- house built to the Front 1 foot wide, with several out- offices, and all- the Rnre Ground walled in. with a high Brick Wall; the Situation is very pleasant, having a delightful Prospect of the Bay of Dublin, Howth, Sec. from the Front, and the Mountains and improved. Count. y from the Rere, and no Danger of either being obstructed. Christopher Dalton, Notary Pub lick, in Castle- street, Dublin, will treat with, to any inclined to purchase. TO be sold, the Interest of a Lease of a House in Cabragh lane, where a John Wild, Esq, now dwells, with a handsome Gaiden, Yard arid Pump; the House consists of two large Parlours, one salooned, Dining- room, four Bed- chambers, two Closets, stwo Kitchens, Vaults and Cellars; all the Locks, and several Grates, go with the House, and several Articles of Hou- shold Goods to be disposed of: The Concerns are new; and well finished, at a low Rent, free from Taxes, except Hearth Money; it lies on the rifins Ground to the right HapJ, near the upper End of Stoney batter, in a fine Situation, and deemed, the best Air about dublin. Enquire of Mr. Timothy M'Carty, at his House on Arran- kay. JUST arrived from LONDON, a large arid fresh Parcel of Dr. James's famous specifick Powder for Fevers, Dr Ward's Pills, drops and in- jections, Dr. Misaubin's and Angibaud's Pilii. Drops and Injections. for the Venereal Disease in all its Symtoms, & c. Ladies famous black sticking Plais- ter, British Oil, Turlington' Balsam of Life, Greenough's Tinctures or tho Teeth, eaton's Styptick. Carmelite Water, Antiphodisiac e Pills, Ander- son's P. lls, Stoughton's Drops Daffey's Elixir, Viper drops, or ramed in- estimable prolisick Elixir for Barrenness and Impotency; Nun's white Pot, _ Bloom Water, Eye Water, Sir Hans Sloan's Medicine's for sore Eyes, Ste- phens's Medicines, chymical Liquor colouring for red or grey Hair. Lip- salve, French Powders for the Teeth, Dr. Wood's famous Sugar cakes and Powders for the Worms ; also, his Cake of Life, or universal Family Medicine, which, with such other Remedies as Patients may want for any Disorder Cureable by Physickor Surgery, are sold only, by Authority, at the Elixir Ware- house- in Silver- court, Castie- street, with compleat Directions for Use. TO be let separately, during the Minority of Beauchamp Bagenal, Esq; from the first Day of November next, the following Lands, to wit; Ballaghaderneen, Ballycormuck, Ballenree, an'd Clogheantwell; and also from the first Day of May next, the Lands of Slegusie, Killcrot, and Rath, Newtown, Knackclonygad, Tubbernaghey and Coolnapish, Killcomney and Ballwwhineen, Dunroe and Knocksquire, all which said Lands are part of the Estate of the said Beauchamp Bagenal, and are situate: in the Barony ; Idrone and County of Carlow. proposals in Writing wiil be received by Francis Harvey, said Minor's Agent, at his House in Longford- street, Dub- lin; in Term Time, and at tile next Assizes of Carlow ; or the same may during the Vacation, be sent sealed up directed to said Harvey, at Dunleck- ney in the County of Carlow. All proposals shall be kept secret, and no Se- cond Proposal will be received from the same Person, „ . TO be let, ready furnished, for two, four, or six Years, Lady Maude's House in Dawson ftreet, lately inhabited by Lord Castlecomer, toge- ther with Coach houses and Stables. The Rev. Mr Lord in Grafton street, or Mr. Crowe, Upholder, in Mary's- abbey, may be treated with about them. ANY Person willing to dispose of an Employment of any Value from One to Two Hundred Pounds a Year, may hear of a ready Money Pur- chaser, by sending their lowest Proposals, directed to K: T. at the Post Office, Waterford. ALL Persons indebted to the late Thomas Christian of Monasterevan in the County of Kildare, deceased, are hereby desired immediately to pay their respective Debts to Susanna Christian, Widow and Administra- trix of the said Thomas Christian ; and all Person, to whom the said Tho- mas Christian was indebted, are hereby desired to bring in their respective Accounts, with the Nafure of them, for the more speeedy Discharge of he same.— N. B. The Brewing, and other Business followed by the late Thomas Christian, is carried on by his Widow, in as ample a manner as before, and humbly requests the Favour and interest of her friends and for- mer Customers, who may depend on being served in the most obliging and best Manner. This is to give Notice, that on the 26th Inst. August, a dark bay Mare, with a black Mane and Tail, with a Stat and Snip in her Forehead, and the near fore and hird Feet white to the Fetlocks, and a little white Ring above the Hoof of the off fore Foot, with a Saddle and Bridle upon her, was found astray upon the Land, of, and adjoining Bogginsin, near Athlone, on the 23d Inst. was put into the Hands of Edmond Walpole Esq; Seneschal of the Manor of Athlone, by Walter Cooney, Pound keeper. Whoever proves the Property of said Mare, shall have her, and said Saddle and Bridle, first paying for her Pounding, Watering, Graizing, and Proclaiming, and he Expence of this Advertisement. JuST ARRIVED, SEVENTEEN Mules, from. fourteen and half to fifteen Hands high, each, are to be seen at Wade's Livery Stables at the Sign of the Grey- hound in Abbey- street, and are to be sold any Time before the 15th Day of September next, on which Day what remains will be sold by public Cant, one set up at a Time. ANY Persons indebted to Messrs. Dillon and Ferrall, late Bankers, may hear of something to their Advantage, by applying to Mr. Patrick Dease in Bridgefoot- street, Dublin. THE Rev, THOMAS lamBART, M. A. Schoolmaster of Portarlington has, for the Advantage of his Boarders, taken into his House a French Master, who is a Native of France, and speaks the French Language well, whereby the young Gentlemen who board with Mr, Lambart will have the Benefit of conversing constantly in that Language, as well as learning it Grammatically. Mr. Lambart's School is also attended by a good Dancing and Writing Master. TO be sold, at Mr. Byrne's at Summer- hill, Couatv of Meath, sixteen Couple of fresh, young, well- trained Hounds. For farther Particulars enquire of Mr. Lewis Stewart, at the Golden Ball on College- green, or at Mr. David Thayne a, Sadler, on Cork- hill. NOTICE is hereby given to all Persons liable to the Payment of First Fruits, that they do forthwith come in and compound for the same, or pay in the Contents of their Bonds already entered into, to Mr. James Glascock, Clark and Receiver of the First Fruits, on Usher's kay, Dublin. TO be sold, a very genteel Coach, with three Glasses, and a Set of Har- ness, and a four- wheel Chaise. Enquire at the next House Eastward of the Bishop of Raphoe's at Stephen's green, TO be sold, a good second Hand Coach, with four fresh Geldings. For further Particulars enquire of Mr. John Hevey, at the Sign ot the Naked Boy in Caple- street TWO THOUSAND POUNDS > t j per Cent. Interest punctual, are wanted on good Security in a neighbouring County. Enquire of the Printer hereof. THE Rev. Mr. M'MULLIN in Stafford street, Dublin, has formed his School into a complete ACADEMY, for the Reception of young Gentlemen, where they will be qualified for the University, and also in^ structed in the useful and polite Sciences, by the Attendance of the most eminent Masters in this Kingdom, viz. in the Mathematics, Book- keeping, Geography, the Use of the Globes and Maps, the French Tongue, writing, Accompts, Music, Dancing, Fencing, and Drawing, with other Accom- plishments necessary to form the Gentleman and the Scholar. As this Scheme has been much wanted, and long wished for, ( tho' never put into Execution till now) it is hoped that it will meet with due Encouragement; as' it will prevent Loss of Time, and other Inconveniences that might atend young Gentlemen in passing from one School to another; and as it it cal- culated not in Opposition to any Precedent of the like Nature in this King- dom, it can intend the Injury of none, but the Good and the Advantage of many. June 6, 1755. N. B. Mr. M'Mullin continues to take Boarders and Day Scholars at the usual Prices. To be set for 17 Years from the first of November next, the House of Mosstown, with stables, Coach- house, Sic. all in exceeding good Repair, with an excellent Kitchen Garden, Orchard, and Pigeon- house well stocked, together with 74 Acres of choice Meadow, situate in th « midst of a fine sporting Country, 8 Miles from Mullingar, 6 from Athlone, 4 from Mote, and 1 from Ballymore. Proposals to be received by John Crump, Merchant, in Ann street near the Linen- hall. t0 be set forthwith, during the Minority of Stephen Rice, aged about four Years, the House and Demesne of Mount Rice in the County of re, containing 8o Acres, to which may be had adjoining, 70 Acres more, together with Coach house, Stables for 10 Horses, Hen- house, Barn, Dairy, Brew- house, Dove- house, and other Out- offices, Pleasure and Kit- chen Garden well cropped, Orchards, and other Conveniences. Any Per- son inclined to take the same, may apply to Robert Borrowes, Esq; at Bal- lybrittas in the Queen's County, or to Mr. John Fitz- Gerald, Inn- keeper, at Laeky, who will shew the Premisses. MARGARET TYRRELL, Widow, and only acting Executrix of Patrick Tyrrell late of Thomas- street, deceased, continues follow- ing the Grocery Business in the same Manner as her said Husband did, and the hopes and expects a Continuance of her deceased Husband's former Customers, and they may depend on being supplied with Groceries of all Kinds, at the House wherein her said Husband lived, at the most reasonable Rates. TO be let for such Term as shall be agreed upon, at Booterstown in the new Avenue near Black- rock, 19 Acres Plantation Measure, plea- santly situated, well divided, and richly manured, with Water running thro" each Field. Note, A good Farm- house has been lately built on the Pre- misses. Inquire from the Printer hereof, or from Bryan Morris in Boosters- town. EveRS RYAN, Chirurgeon and Man- midwife, takes this Method to inform his Friends and the Publick, that he is removed from his House in Drogheda to the House on Usher's- quay wherein his Brother- in- Law the late Mr. Anth. Ryan lived ; he continues his Business, at usual, and hopes for the Favours of his former Friends, and a Continuance of the Friend- ship of those who were pleased to deal with the deceased Mr. Ryan He has provided the Shop with the best Sortment of Medicines, and employed a Per- son of the best Skill in the Apothecaries Business, who gives constant Attend- ance in said Shop. The Poor are attended gratis, at formerly. FOUR Thousand Pounds is wanting, at 4 and a Half per Cent. an punc- tual Payment of Interest. Enquire of Barry Collet, Esq; at Stephen's- green. THE House in Great Britain- street iu which Mrs. Dobson lately lived, ( facing the Rere of the House Lady Alice Hume lived in) it to be let ready furnished. Enquire of Capt. Montgomery at his House in Marlbo- rough- street, or of Mr. Martin at the Post Office, or at his HOuse on lower Ormond- quay. June 16,1755. To the Burgomaster, Bailiffs, Burgesses, and Freemen of the Corporation of Maryborough. Gentlemen, IBeg Leave to offer myself to you a Candidate for the Magistracy of your Town next Michaelmas Day, and therefore humbly sollicite your Votes and Interest on that Occasion, which shall be ever gratefully acknow- ledged by, Gentlemen, your sincere Friend, and very humble Servant, PICOTT SANDES. To the Burgomaster, Bailiff, Burgesses, and Freemen of the Corporation of Maryborough. , IHumbly beg Leave to offer myself a Candidate for the Burgomastership of said Corporation, next Michaelmas Day, and request the Favour of your Votes and Intesest on that Occasion, which shall ever be gratefully ac- knowledged by, Gentlemen, your most faithful, and obedient Servant, WARNER WESTENRA. To the Provost, Free Burgesses, and Commonalty of the Borough of Carrick- on - Shannon. Gentlemen, THE Death of my father, Lieutenant General St. George, having made Vacancy in Parliament for your Borough, I beg Leave to offer my self to represent you in his Room : If I am so fortunate as to be honoured with your Favour, at the next Election, be assured, that your Dictates, as far at consist with the true and real Interest of my Country, and Support of the happy Constitution in which we live, under the best of Princes, shall ever be the inviolable Guide of my Actions; and my Readiness to receive and obey your Commands upon every Occasion, shall always shew, with how much Regard I am, Gentlemen, your most sincere, obedient, and faithful humble Servant, RICHARD ST. GEORGE. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Lowth. THERE being a Vacancy m Parliament for the said County, by the Death of your late worthy Representative, Henry Bellingham, Esq; I offer myself a Candidate « o represent you in his Room, at the unanimous Recommendation of the Patriot Club met at Dundalk, the 2d Bay of June Inst, and do request the Favour of your Votes and Interest on the ensuing Election, which shall ever be most gratefully acknowledged by Gentlemen, your most obedient, and very humble Servant, THOMAS TIPPING. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Lowth. THERE being a Vacancy in Parliament for the said County by the J_ Death of your late worthy Representative, Henry Bellingham, Esq; I humbly request the Favour of your Votes and interest to suceecd him, which shall ever be most gratefully acknowledged by, your most faithful, and obedient, humble Servant, _ WILLIAM FOSTER. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Lowth. ' tHERE being a Vacancy in Parliament for the said County by the Death of your late worthy Representative, my Brother, Henry Bel- lingham, Esq; I humbly request the Favour of your Votes and interest to suc- ceed him, which shall always be gratefelly acknowledged by your most obe- dient, and most humble Servant, _ ALAN BELLINGHAM. To the Free and Independent Constiuents of the Borough of NAVAN. Gentlemen, AS there it now a Vacancy in your Borough, of a Burgess to represent you in Parliament, by the Death of your late Representative John Preston, esq, and at a considerable Number of you have done me the Ho- nour to signify your Approbation of my offering myself a Candidate to re- present you in his Room : I take this Opportunity, in the most publick Manner, of acknowledging my Gratitude on that Occasion, and further, of desiring a Continuance of the Favour of those worthy Gentlemen, and « lfo of requesting the Votes and lnterests of tht Free and Independent Voters, to whom I have not yet made a personal Application, which shall ever be most gratefully acknowleged by, Gentlemen, your most obedient, and very humble Servant, RICHARD HAMILTON. To the Portrieve, Burgesses, and Freemen of the Corporation of Navan. Gentlemen, THERE bring a Vacancy in Parliament for the said Borough, by the Death of your late Representative my Father, John Preston, Esq deceased, I humbly offer myself a Candidate to* represent you in his Place, and request the Favour of your Votes and Interest an the ensuing Election, which shall ever be gratefully acknowledged, by Gentlemen, your most obe- dient, humble Servant, JOHN PRESTON. To the Mayor, Bailiffs, Burgesses, and Freemen of the Corporation of Clonmell. THERE being a Vacancy in Parliament by the Promotion of your late worthy Representative, Robert Marshall, Esq; to his Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, and my Brother, Thomas Chidly Moore, Esq; declining setting up in his Room, I humbly beg Leave to offer myself a Candidate, and hope for the Favour of your Votes and Interests at the ensuing Election, which shall be gratefully acknowledged by, Gentlemen, your most faithful, and obedient, humble Servant, GUY MOORE. To the Mayor, Bailiffs, Free Burgesses, and Commonalty of the Town of Clonmell. Gentlemen, THERE being a Vacancy in Parliament for the said Borough, bhy the Promotion of Robert Marshall, Esq, your late Representative; I there- fore intreat the Favour of your Votes and Interest to represent you in his Room ; and if I am so happy as to be esteemed worthy of that Honour, the Interest of the Kingdom, and Support of your Liberties, shall ever be the pe- culiar Care, and unalterable Study of, Gentlemen, your most obedient, and faithful, humble Servant, WILLIAM BAGWELL. To the Sovereign, Burgesses, Portrieve, and Freemen of the Corporation of Fethard in the County of Tipperary. WHEREAS there it a Vacancy in Parliament by the Death of your late worthy Member, John Cleare, Esq; This is to intreat the Favour of your Votes and Interest to represent you in his Place, and t0 assure you, that if I am so happy to be your Choice, the Welfare of my Country, and the real Interest of your Corporation, shall be the invariable Rule of my Ac- tiont, and the constant Study of, Gentlemen, your most faithful Servant, ROBERT O'CALLAGHAN. To the Sovereign, Burgesses, and Freemen of the Borough of Fethard in the County of Tipperary. Gentlemen, THERE being l Vacancy in Parliament for the said Borough, by the Death of your late worthy Representative, John Cleare, Esq; I beg Leave humbly to offer myself as a Candidate to represent you in his Room, and do request the Favour of your Votes and Interest on the ensuing Election, which shall always be most gratefully acknowledged by. Gentlemen, your most humble, and obedient Servant, WILLIAM BARTON. DUBLIN : Printed by GEORGE FAULKNER, in Essex street, at which Place all Manner of PRINTING Work is reasonable and Advertisements are taken in for this Paper, ( for ready Money and no where else. TO be sold, the Interest ot a Lease for above 130 Years, of the House, Offices, and Gardens of Holybrooke, with 10A. of Meadow well inclo sed with a strong Stone Wall, and in good Heart, not two Miles from the Metropolis, and lately in the Possession of Alderman Dan. Cooke ; the Si tuation very pleasant, having a Prospect of the Sea Harbour, Mountains, and City of Dublin, with a good Command of Water; ihe Gardens well stocked with the choicest Fruit Trees, and ill Sorts of Kitchen Furniture. Proposals to be received by Henry Aston, Esq; or Alderman Thomas Cooke, at his House in Abbey- street.— Note, A Coach, Pair of Harness, and two good black Geldings, arc to be disposed of at the above Place, where due Attendance will be given to shew the said Concern. TO BE LET, A LARGE commodious Dwelling- house in Bor- court in St. Michael's- lane, with, a Garden at the Back, lately in the Possession of Mr. John Beaumont, Merchant; this House, though in the Heart of the City, is remarkably airy, having a good open to Front and Rere, and also commands a fine Prospect of ihe Deer- park, Castleknock, Sic. Its nearness to the Four- courts renders it very it for a Lawyer or Attorney.— To be let also, a small neat House, with a large Yard, in a little Court in St. Mi- chael's- lane, ( behind the House known by the Name of the Golden Key) lately in the possession of Mr. Matthias Dunn. For further Particulars en- quire of the WIDOW COX near Essex- bridge, a: which Place are conti nued la be sold, all Sorts of Threads, Tapes, Teas, Whalebone, sewing Silks, Pins, French Quilting Cotton, Silk and Cotton Laces, Stc. & c. with sundry other Articles, the best of their Kinds, by Wholesale and Retail. N. B. She has just got in some Indian Cotton, and Coventry blue Thread. TO be let, with or without the Furniture, or the Interest of the Lease will be sold, of the Dwelling- house, Coach- house, Stables, Sic. ad- joining to the Quakers Burying Ground in Stephen's- green, where Stratford Eyre, Esq; lived. Enquire at the House of Mr. Charles Coleman in Suffolk- street for more Particulars. DAVID BOMFORD, who served his Apprenticeship to John Tew, Esq; on Usher's- key, has opened a Ware- house on the back Blind- quay, almost opposite the Play house, where Mr. Gilmor formerly kept his Orange Shop, and sells by Wholesale and Retail, all Kind of Groceries and Spirituous Liquors; and as he it a Beginner, requests and hopes for the Encouragement and Recommendation of his Friends and Acquaintance, be. ing determined to use such as are pleased to deal with him in the best Man- ner he can, and to sell his Goods at the most reasonablc Price in his Power. WHEREAS Richard Magrath of Lisduff in the County of Tipperary, Gent, has for some Time past endeavoured to sell the Lands of said Lisduff, otherwise Kill, to Colonel Dejean, and several others. Now 1 Lieutenant Mathias Knowles, in the Honourable Colonel Boscawen's Regi- ment, am preparing a Bill in his Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ire- land, for the Recovery of said Lands; and do hereby caution all Purchasers not to buy or treat with the said Richard Magrath for said Lands, at I am well advised he has no Title to said Lands. June the toth, 1755. MATHIAS KNOWLES \ T a Meeting of a considerable Number of the Creditors and Legatees of Henry Mervyn, Esq; deceased, on the 16th Day of July Inftant, pursuant to the Advertisements formerly printed, it was unanimously resolv- ed and agreed, that one or more Suit or Suits, as Counsel should direct, should be immediately commenced and prosecuted, against the Representa- tives of the said Henry Mervyn, for Recovery of their respective Demands; and that Pat. Brady of the City of Dublin, Cent, should be imployed as their Agent and Attorney, to carry on the same : And they accordingly signed an Agreement, whereby they obliged themselves, their Executors and Ad- ministraton, from Time to Time ta advance Money to defray the Expence af such Suits and Proceedings, as should be judged necessary, in Proportion to their respective Demands; and several Gentlemen who were not able to attend at the said Meeting, have since come in and subscribed, and it is expected that many others will subscribe with all convenient Speed, in order to be entitled to the Benefit of the said Resolution entered into as aforesaid. Dated the 19th Day of July, 1755. BOYLE RACES, 1755. ON Monday the last of September, a Purse of tool, will be run for, by any Horse, Mare, or Gelding, ( the winner of the Wednesday's Royal Plate at the Curragh 1ast September, only excepted) rode by a Gentleman, car- rying 12st. the best of three 4 Mile Heats.— On Tuesday a Purse of 50I. will be run for by 5 Year old Horses, & c. carrying 9 Stone, the best of three 3 Mile Heats. On Wednesday a Purse af 50I. will be run for by Irish bred 4 Year old Horses, & c. carrying 8 Stone 7 Pounds, the best of three 2 Mile Heats. On Thursday a Purse of 50I. free. for Mares only ; 4 Year old Mares carrying S Stone 7 Pounds, Years old f Stone 3 Pounds, 6 Years old 9 Stone 13 Pounds, and aged Mares 10 Stone 9 Pounds.— On Friday a Purse of 50I. to be run for by 6 Years old and aged Horses, & c. 6 Years old carrying 9 Stone 4 Pounds, and aged Horses 10 Stone. On Saturday a Purse of 50I. will be run for by any Horse, Sic. carrying rt Stone. Horses that run for any of the above Prizes, to enter with the Clark of the Course 7 Days before running, between tha Hours of Xi and 6, to pay one Shilling in the Pound Entrance, or double at ( he Post. The win- ning Horse of Monday's Purse to pay two Guineas for Scales and Straw, and the winner of any of the other Purses one Guinea. All Riders to ride fair, and no crossing or jostling to be allowed in any Part of the running. Any Rider that goes contrary to, the above Article, to be disqualified from ever riding on the Course of Boyle. All Disputes to be settled by the Judges, who are to be chosen each Day by the Owners of the Horses. Any Horse that wins two Heats, to be deemed the winning Horse. No Man to start more than one Horse for any of the above Prizes, and no Horse to win more than one. The Horses Ages to be proved ( if required) at ta o'Clock the Day before they start, by Certificates under the Breeders: Hand. Horses that run at the Curragh or Loughrea, to pay only one Shilling in the Pound En- trance. August 13, 1755. LOUGHREA RACES in the County of Galway. oN Monday the 8th of September, 60I. given by the High Sheriff to be run for by any Horse, & c. the Property of an Inhabitant or Freehold- er of the County of Galway, carrying 9 Stone, the best of three ' 4 Mile Heats, but such Freeholder or Inhabitant must swear before starting that he was so before the first Day of March last, and that the Horse he starts was his Property at that Time, otherwise not to be intitled to the Prize ; the win- ning Horse, Sic. of any of the Royal Plates* at the Maze for Irish bred 6 Years old may also run for the above Prize, though the Owner should not be an In- habitant or Freeholder of the County of Galway.— Tuesday, 50I. fol Irish bred Horses, Mares, Sic. carrying g Stone, 4 Mile Heats. On Wednesday, 50I. for 4 Years old, carrying 8 Stone 7 Pounds, two Mile Heats. On Thursday, a Buck Hunt On Friday, 50I. for five Years old, carrying 9 Stone, that never won above the Value of the Prize at one Time. ( Matches or Sweep- stakes excepted) 4 Miles Heats. On Saturday, 50I. for ( Years old, carrying 9 Stone 7 Pounds, aged Horses ten Stone, 4 Mile Heats. Every Horse, tec. that starts for the above Prizes, to be entered and shewn six Days before their respective Days of running, to Mr. John Hanly, Clark of tht Course, with their names and Colours. E- very Horse, Sec. to pay one English Shilling in the Pound, Entrance, or double at the Post. All Disputes to be determined by the Majority of the Judges appointed on the Course. All Riders to ride fair; no crossing or jostling. Proper Certificates to be shewn of their Ages before starting, if re- quired. The Horses to start precisely at two a'Clock. Half an Hour to be allowed for rubbing between each Heat. Any Horse that wins two clear Heats, will be entitled to the Prize. The winner of each Day to pay five English Crowns for Scales and Straw. TO be let immediately, furnished or unfurnished, for one Year or more, or by the Week or Month till next October or November, a conve- nient good House in Molesworth- street, over against Baron Dawson's, with a Coach- house and Stable. Enquire at Mr. Palliser's, Upholder, in Chequer lane, or at Mr. Pat. Brady's, Attorney at Law, at the Inns- key. Note, The Remainder o£ the Term of the Lease of said House ta be sold, being to Years from next Michaelmas. THE Lands of Taffagard, commonly called Saggard, in the County of Dublin, near Rathcool, belonging to the Governors of St. Patrick's Hospital, are to be let in Parcels, for the Use of the said Hospital, for the Term of Thirty- one Years. Proposals ta be given in to the Dean of St. Patrick's, or to Mr. Alderman Bowen in Dublin. TO be set or sold, ( with or without 4 Parks well inclosed, containing t) Acres) a handsome House, with 4 Rooms on a Floor, compleatly finished, and convenient Offices, with a Garden walled in, add two Fish- ponds in the middle of it, well stocked with Tench; the Prospect commands the Bay and the City of Dublin; the House is situated on the Hill facing Ballybough- bridge. Enquire of Mr. Joseph Dioderici is Dromcondra- lane. TO be SOLD, the lnterest of a Lease of which 300 Years arc unex- pired, of an Holding at Rathfarnam, lately in the possession of Eaton Stannard, Esq; containing by Estimation about 17 Acres, paying » o). n Year Ground Rent, on which there ia a new Dwelling- house, with conve- nient Offices, and a large Garden planted with the choicest Fruit Trees; all the Land ii well fenced with Stone Walls and Quicks, and planted with Timber Trees.— To be sold also in the Avenue leading to the above Con- cern, another good Dwelling- house well wainscotted, with convenient Of- fices, and a good Fruit Garden. Proposals for the above Concerns, either together 0r seperate, will be received by Mrs. Stannard, at her House at Stephen's- green, where the Title Deeds may be seen. A Person will attend on the Spot from the Hour of 8 till la in the Mornings to shew the Premis- ses, and no other Time. EDMOND BURK, who served as Waiter at the Eagle Tavern for se- vcral Years, King's Arms, and Black Lyon, on Monday the first Day of September next intends to open the House in Crane- lane known by the Sign of the Bear, formerly a Tavern, kept by Mr. Phil. Byrn, and late- ly by Mi. john Barry. Said Burk will sell all Sorts of Malt Liquors and Punch, Beef Stakes and Chops, and will dress Dinners for Gentlemen as bespoke, but will sell no Wines. N. B. Under said House there are very large Cellars, and a great many convenient Bians, fit for Wines, will be set very reasonable. TObe sold by publick Cant, at Roosky- bridge in the County of Ros- common, on Monday the 25th Day of September next, a Parcel of Cows, with their Calves and Heifers, of different Ages, together with eight Bulls, the Property of Carnecross Nesbitt, Esq; who for many Years past hath been at high Expence in collecting the best Kinds from several of the most noted Breeders in this Kingdom : The above Cattle are bred out of Coothall Breed, which was curiously collected by Colonel Chidley Coote, from England, then crossed by a Bull of Colonel Trench's, then by a Bull of John Bourke, Esqrs. of Carrantrial, then by a Bull of Anneslay Gore, Esqrs. got by the famous Bull, John O'Gaunt— To to be likewise sold, a Parcel of Colls and Fillies, some Brood Marcs, and some Saddle and Draft Horses. Three Years Time, on Security to he approved of, six Months whereo' Interest free, or one Shilling in the Pound discount for ready Mo- ney. To be set by Henry Brooke, Esq from the first of May next, for 3 Lives or 31 Years, the Lands of Knockilligrenan, containing 158A. with a Iarge Tract of improveable Bog ; and also to be let, the Lands of Ballin- totta, Inockaton, Killconan, Ramoyle, Ballylicky, Ballymulloon, alias Ra- hana, lallymellogh, Rathsolle, and Conoghart, alias Clonart, containing a- bout I 73 Acres ; the said last mentioned 9 Denominations to he let toge- ther, to be divided into 4 different Holdings, viz. Killcenan and Ramoyle, about 33A. Ballylicky, and Part of Ballymulkon, about 319A. Baliin- totta, ibout 335A. Rathsolle, Conoghart, alias Clonart, and another Part of Ballymulloon about 186A and likewise to be let together or in two dif- ferent farms, the Lands of Rathurles, containing about « o8A. including Turf log and some heathy Pasture; all said Lands lie in a pleasant part of the County of Tipperary, between the Towns of Toombivara and Nenagh, and a great Part of them lies on the Turnpike Road from Limerick to Dub- lin ; most Part of the said lands is remarkably good for Sheep and Tillage ; Part of Rathurles consists of a Tract of very improveable heathy Ground, which by Tillage may be reclaimed at a moderate Experce, and with great Advantage to tha Tenant. Very good Encouragement will be given 10 any industrious improving Tenant who shall take that Parcel; a sufficient Part of Rathurles and Knockilligtenan Bogs will be reserved for the Accommo- dation of such Persons as shall take the rest of the said Lands. Proposals to be received by the said Henry Brooke, and by Mr. James Crowe, at Ennis in the County of Clare, until tha aoth of Oftober next, and afterwards at his House in Dublin. TO be let to the 15th of March next, and to be entered upon im- mediately, the great Dwelling house in Big Butter- lane, in the Su- burbs and County of Dublin, known by the Name of Borr House, now ia good Order and Repair, containing six Rooms on a Floor, the Whole rea- dy furnished, fit for a Nobleman or Gentleman ; there is a very good Kit- chen on a Level with the Parlours, with all Manner of Utensils for Brew- ing, Baking, and Washing Pump and Pipe Water ; there is likewise, if re- quired, a Coach houfe and Stable : Said House stands in fine open Air, having a Prospect of the Sea and Mountains, a large Garden full cropt, con- taining a8 Yards in Length, and 3a Yards in Breadth. Whoever has a Mind to treat for the same, are desired not to take Notice of its outward Ap- pearance, but are requested to walk in and see further, and enquire at said House, or at Mr Taylor's in Fade- street near George's- lane.— Also, to ba let, a Dwelling- house neatly furnished, two Rooms on a Floor, with Out- houses, Coach- house, Stables, and Gardens of Pilletstown, near Cardif's bridge, within two Miles of Dublin, with After- grass and Hay standing on the Lands ; the Gardens cropt, and in Profit, with good Conveniency for Brewing, Baking, and Washing ; a Horse and Cart also to be sold. Enquire as above. TO BE SET, for any Term that shall be agreed on, or to be SOLD, three new Dwelling houses on the North Side of King street and Corner of Grafton- street near Stephen's- green, compleatly finished, with a Passage from the Rere of said Houses to Grafton- street; also, a Lot of Ground fronting Grafton street, for building N. B. There is Ground to be set convenient to said Houses, for building, Coach houses and Stables Enquire at said Houses, or of Mr. Richard Thwaites, Publick Notary, in Crampton- court. Thomas Ormsby, Dorothea, his Wife, John Young, Rebecca, his Wife, Robert Miller, Elinor, his Wife, and Lettice Gonne, Spin- ster, Plaintiffs. Thomat Conne and Thomas Ellison, survi- ving Executors of the Rev. George Gonne, deceased, and George Gonne, his eldest Son and Heir, Defendants. WHEREAS by a De- cree of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ire- land, made in this Cause the lift Day of February last, I am required to sell by pub- lick Cant, for Payment of Debts and Legacies, such Estates and Interests as the said George Conne, deceased. had in the several Lands in the said Decree and hereafter mentioned, in the Whole or in Parcels, to the highest and best Bid- der or Bidders, that it to say, the Fee and Inheritance of the Town and Lands of Carrowmore, Rooskeybegg, Garryredmond and Corbally, contain- ing about no Acres, profitable Land) a Leasehold Interest for Lives re- newable for ever, of the Town and Lands of Cloonbannuff, about 400 Acres of like Land ; the like Interest of about 60 Acres in the Lands of Caltragh ; a Term of Years in a Moiety of the Lands of Killeen, about 15 Acres, and a Bilhop's Lease of a Moiety of the Lands of Crossbane, about 36 Acres, all situate in the Barony of Clonmorris and County of Mayo. Therefore this Notice is given, that I will on Monday the 10th Day of November next, at a a o'clock at Noon, proceed to sell the said Lands, at the Exchequer Office in Kennedy's lane, Dublin, in the Whole or in Parcels, to the highest and best Bidder or Bidders. Dated this 5th Day of July, 1755. PALMERSTON. N. B. A fourth Part of the Purchase Money is to be deposited at the Time of the Sale; and the Title Deeds will be shewn by Mr. Christopher Bowen, Attorney, on Circuit, or at his Office in Christ- church- lane, Dublin. TO be sold the Fee and Inheritance of the Lands of Upper and Lower Tyreglassoge in the County of Tyrone, containing 258A. iR. oP. English Measure, now set to solvent Tenants at the yearly Rent of 90!. 38.6d. besides Duties, and subject to a yearly Quit Rent of tl. 6s. 8d. Said Lands are situate on the Ownagh Water, within 7 Miles of Armagh, 4 of Dun- gannon, 5 of Callidon, and 8 of Stewartstown, all good Market Towns. Proposals will be received by Captain John Wilson, at Liskittle near Stew- artstown in the County of Tyrone, Geo. Bell, Esq; in Armagh, and Mr. Richard Wilson, at his House in Great Butter, lane, Dublin, in whose hands the Title Deeds may be viewed. THIS Day imported, by EDWARD SANKEY, in Dame- street, FRESH GERMAN SPA WATER, in large and small Flasks, fil- led and corked with the greatest Care, and in proper Season. He has also fresh Cheltenham, Scarborough, Bristol, and Pyrmont Waters; and all the Mineral Waters sold by him are marked with his Name. N. B, He has some exceeding choice Old Hock, and all other Wines usu- ally imported here, of the best in Kind. Dublin, June 5, 1755. TO be Set ( the Whole or in Parcels) from the 1st of November next O. S. the Town Lands of Thomas Town, containing about 340A. and William's Town, containing about 120A. in the County of Meath, S- tuate within 6 Miles of Kells and 3 of Old Castle, both good Market Towns, as also from the lit of May, 1756, O. S. the Town Land of Derver, in said County, containing about 300A. within 3 Miles of Kells, very pleasantly and commodiously situated, the River Black Water running through it.—• Proposals to be received by Hugh Morgan, Esq; directed to the Care of Mr Anthony Tisdall, at his Houfe in Moor- street, Dublin. N. B. Upon said Lands is found the best Marle. TO be let, a large House in jervis- street, 4 Rooms and a Closets on a Floor, with Coach- houses for 3 Carriages, and Stables for 10 Horses, and a large Kitchen abroad. Inquire of Miss Virasel on Hog- hill opposite the Round Church. or the Rev. Dr. Perceval in King- street near Queen- street. TO be let for 2o Years from the first of May, 1755, the House and De- nzsne of Dunover in the County of Meath, where Mrs. Barnes lately lived, in a fine Country, and agreeable Neighbourhood, within 3 Miles of Kells, 7 of Navan, and ta of Drogheda, consisting of a genteel convenient Dwelling house, Garden and Out- offices, about 34 Acres of Land, bounded on one Sde by Monalty River, well inclosed, and divided into Parks, a great Part rich Meadow, within 500 Yards of a Church and Mill, both which are on the opposite Side of the River. Proposals in Writing will be received by Thomas Barnes, Esq; at his Chambers in Nicholas street. Dublin. NOW selling upon Commission, at White's China Shop in Fishamble- street, 41 Cases of the genuine Burgundy or Marseilles Earthenware, Dishes and Plates, at the following Prices. The Set of yellow or purple, ( formerly 6 Guineas, now) but 4 Guineas. The Set of blue and white, ( for- merly 4 Guineas, now) but jl. 101. The yellow and purple Plates, ( for- merly from 12s. 6d. to 15s. per Dozen, now) but 9s. 6d. per Dozen. The blue and white Plates, ( formerly Half a Guinea per Dozen, now) but 7s. 6d. per Dozen. The Dishes of all Kinds to those that don't want Setts, pro- portionality cheap.—— N. B. No Plates sold without Dishes, there being but a proper Sortment of Plates for the Dishes. THIS DAY is published by the Printer hereof. Price neatly bound 5s. 5d. THE CRY : A new dramatic Fable. In two Volumes. Homincin pagina nostra sapit. - MART. This Day is published by the Printer hereof, in four Volumes, umo. Price bound Thirteen Shillings. THE WORKS of VIRGIL, in Latin and English. The original Text correctly printed from the most authenticc, for this Purpose. The aeneid translated by the Rev. Mr. Christopher Pitt. The Eclogues and Georgics, with Notes on the Whole, by the Rev. Mr. Joseph Warton. With several new Observations by M. Holdsworth, M. Spence, and others. Also, A Dissertation on the Sixth Book of the aeneid, by Mr. Warburton. On the Shield 0f aeneas, by Mr. W. Whitehead. On the Character of Japis, by the late Dr. Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester. And, Three Essays on Pastoral, Didactic. and Epic Poetry, br the Editor. This Day is published, by G. Faulkner,- Printer hereof, ( Price neatly bound in Eight Volumes 12mo. 176, J The Twenty fOURTH EDITION, of. LETTERS Writ by a TURKISH SPY, who lived Five and Forty Years undiscovered at Paris Giving an impartial Account to the Divan at Constantinople, of the most remarkable Transactions in Europe: And discovering several Intrigues and Secrets of the Christian Courts, ( espe cially that of France) continued from the Year 1637 to the Year 1682. Written originally in Arabick. Translated into Italian, and from thence' into English: And, now published With a large Historical Preface and index; to illustrate the Whole. The universal Reputation this Work hath always been held in by the learned and polite World, allows its own Merit to be the best Recommendation • and leaves the Publishers no. thing more to acquaint the Public than that surh Persons may be now sup. plied who sent for, and were disappointed of the TURKISH SPY, while this Edition was re- printing. c I . . be » et for Lives or Ytm as IhaH be agreed upon, Part of the Eftate J- o• thf Earl of KilSare, to wh. The Town and Lands » t BJlrbrrne ntsr Cflft.-' > nnot, conmning about 400 Acres, to be fet in Parcels of about 100 ir 150 A're- V in a Fanr..— Part of the Lands of Redhills, near the Tc « a of K . > tr containing about 100 Acres.— Part of tne Lands of Dol- / » nl'r • ' 1 Town of Athy, containing about, in Acres.— Som « „ nis. US Lot? of C- ound. , n and near tlve Towns of Athy and Castledermot.— Proposals to be received by Mr. Peter Bere at 1 Carton or by Mr. Richard Nelson in Dublin.— To be let also, some Lots of Ground for Building, in Leinster- street, ( not less than 30 Feet in a Lot) about which the said Richard Nelson may be applyed to, he having a Power of setting the same. t This Day is published by the Printer hereof. Price bound is. 2 A. LETTERS written to and for particular Friends, on the most important Occasions. Directing nor only the requisite Style and Forms to be observed in writing FAMILIAR LETTERS; bUt how to think and act justly and prudently, in the common Concerns of HUMAN LIFE. Con- taining One Hundred and Seventy- three Letters, none of which were ever before published. This Day is published. Price 6d. halfp. SOME REMARKS on Dr. M'DONNELL's ESSAY towards an An- swer to the ESSAY on SPIRIT. By the Author of the Essay on Spirit. Just imported from London, and sold at the Printer hereof. Price as. 8d. Halfpenny. A JOURNAL from GRAND CAIRO to MOUNT SINAI, and back again. Translated from a Manuscript, written by the Presetto of By tHe right Reverend ROBERT Lord Bishop of CLOGHER. The Second Edition, corrected. TO be let snd entered upon the first Day of November, 1754, for 3 LIVES Or 31 Years, the HOUSE of Bramemill- hall in the County of Meath, within 1 Mile of Summer hill, 4 of Trim, and 6 of Kikock, with Do- mesne not exceeding 124 Acres, all Kind of OFFICES for a Gentleman, Sta- bles for JO Horses, » good Pigeon house, beautiful Fish ponds will stocked with Carp and Tench, a walled Garden containing 1 Acre, planted with the choicest Fruit Trees, Plenty of Meadow, with valuable and ornaments Plantation of Forest Trees, a Turbary of the best kind bont Quarter of a Mile from the House. Proposals to be received by Arthur Rawdon, Esq; at Hallwood near Chester This Day is published by the Printer hereof. Price bound 4s. 4d. THOUGHTS on RELIGION. and other curious SUBjeCTS. Writ- ten originally in French by Monsieur PASCAL. Translated into En- glish by Basil Kennet, D. D. late Principal of Corps, Christi College, Oxon. J This Day is published, Price bound j s. id. sewed in blue- paper 1 s< 7 d. Halfpenny A VINDICATION of the DIVINITY and Manhood of our saviour JESUS CHRIST.; as also of the GODHEAD of the HOLY GHOST i and of the Divine Religious Worship that is respectively due to them both : an Answer to a Book, entitled, An APPEAL to the Common Sense of all Christian People: & c. in which also, the Churches of Englan- and Ireland, as by laW established, are freed from the many injurious Im putaTions. the Author of this Treatise hath endeavoured to fasten upon them, This Day is published by the Printer hereof. Price bound as, 8d. Hilfp,, sewed in blue Paper as. ad. THE HISTORY of JASPER BANKS, commonly called HANDSOME MAN. In Two Volumes' Nature is Nature, Lelius, let the Wise Say what they will. ThoMson. This Day is published by the Printer hereof. Price bound ia paper 2s. 8d. Halfp. VindicATlON of the HISTORIES of the OLD and NEW TES- TAMENT Part II. Wherein the Mosaical History of the CREA Tionand DELuge, is philosophically explained ; the Errors in the present Together with some remarks the0ry pluRAlity of WORLDS. With cuts in a Series of Letter, to a young Nobleman. By Dr. ROBERT CLAYTON, Lord Bishop of Clogher, Fellow of the Royal Society, and of the Society of Antiquaries. This Day published bv the Printer hereof. Price bound is. id. LETTERs from JULIA, the Daughter of Arugustus, to OVID. A Manuscript discovered at Herculaneum. Tanslated from a Copy of the original. To which is annexed, The LADY and the SYLPH. A Visionary Tale. TO be sold, Part of the Estate of Robert Clement Kennedy, Esq; con- sisting of the several Towns and Lands of Aughamore, Aoghadowry, Annow, Cloonelly, Carsens, and Commagh, Drumnacoohey, Dih eynacross, Ennow, Edenmore Ramore, and Fassarah, Geage, and Middle Quarter of Geage. Lower Quarter of Geage, Geage mill, Glenmore, Garvery- island, Ketteycon, Keldeymahon, Litterconnell and Moyn, all situate, lying and be- ing in the Barony and Countv of Longford . van, 5 from Killishandra, and , from Longford, of the clear yearly Value of 514I. .5.. now set to solvent Tenants at a greater Value. Whoever has a Mind to propose for the same, are desired to send their Proposals in Writing to the said Robert Clement Kennedy, at his House at Mullo Longford to Mr. William Crookshank, Attorney, at his House in Bride street. Dublin where Rent- roll, and the Title Deeds of said Lands may be seen TO be let for 31 Years, or 3 Lives from the first of May next, O. S. the Lands of Cavan, lying on the great Road from Fa nbridge to Dundalk in the County of Lowth, and within two Miles Dundalk, con taining about 140 Acres. Proposals in Writing will be received by the Rev. Dr. Edward Leigh, at his House in Capel- street, Dublin, and by Francis Leigh, Esq at the next Assizes of Dundalk. July 14, 1755.
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