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Rates in Dublin. 50 a C sos aC 5 6 A C SaC sotoBstaC 16 a 17 pound 9% t

Rates in Dublin. 50 a C sos aC 5 6 A C SaC sotoBstaC 16 a 17 pound 9% t

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10 July 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 February 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Wig the al rorces wider his Command, th4y adeaneed near to Card, ) whet* they fell in with a French Party, killed leveret cf,lhe Enemy, and took 7 or $ Prifoners,andahout 6. Ho - *, and brought them toChivas, hiviin alarmed nll the • Enemy's ()patters as far as the River Ticino.
02 June 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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03 March 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(4 1 ) Porm the Paris Letters dated April 6. to. and 13. Th(; Marfh4l Villeroy took Leue of the

(4 1 ) Porm the Paris Letters dated April 6. to. and 13. Th(; Marfh4l Villeroy took Leue of the

King the Ith Inftint, his long flay here I),!fieved the Campaign will begiß on the Mofelle, andrfiat the Troors r,cthe Iloulhould are ordered to keep near tnough to the Marfhall de Vill vs, to . I him at a thort fling. At the fame time the Letters ff om the NMierlantla ,The of S
19 April 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
liMilirr r o ( 5 66 ) • yoo illy; it at Mr. Lids, at the Golden-Ball in Coles-Ally,-Cafiel-fireet: Dublin.

liMilirr r o ( 5 66 ) • yoo illy; it at Mr. Lids, at the Golden-Ball in Coles-Ally,-Cafiel-fireet: Dublin.

Price one Enj i lith Shilling per Paper, which is fealed up, and a Whiterour liampt on it. M:. Loyd the Author of this Paper, is removed the Quinn-Town- CA)le_. Houle in Church-Meet, to the Sign of the Golden-Ball in Coles-Ally, CUtelAreet, who procure Money to be lent on Plate,
18 September 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This day came in an Englift, Packet, which brought neither Dutch Lisbon Letter!. Her Majefty's Moft Graciouc SPEEC If, to

This day came in an Englift, Packet, which brought neither Dutch Lisbon Letter!. Her Majefty's Moft Graciouc SPEEC If, to

both of r. li.ontee, on Saturday the Tway Seventh Day of Ogober, 1705. Lords vs 4 G extkmett. T Have been very &thous to Meet you is early as I thought you I might be Called together without Inconvenience to ) our (elves. And it is with much Satisfaition I obferve to full at)...
01 November 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Several forts .of Commolities. . Radios of tip • ' 3 g l a 4oC OD Corrans 441 a 481

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06 January 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
2 ) TheHoufe Refolved that the faid words are highly cllthlnourable to liQr Majefty's Perlin and Government, and Committed Mr.

2 ) TheHoufe Refolved that the faid words are highly cllthlnourable to liQr Majefty's Perlin and Government, and Committed Mr.

Prifoner to Tower for the fame. Her Majelty's Anfwer to the Addrefs of both'Houfc of Parliament, is as foil loweth. M, Lords And Sha:l readily comply with 'your Addrers, and am very we:l pleafed to fini I both Knifes of Parham= fo forward..toloiti with in lotting a ikop to tnefe
01 January 1706 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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our Sallies; but the Ground there being very hard, they will find it difFicult to get Earth to their Gabions, which we flail be able to rutne in a little time from fume Battecits we are railing tor that purpole upon the Courtin and the North Baton. Some Deleters are lutely come
13 February 1705 - Pue's Occurrences - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland