Freeman's Journal 26th - 28th of February
This Day was published,
By LUKE WHITE,
No. 16 Dame-street, Corner of Crampton-court
Mr. BURKEs SPEECH
Mr. Fox's East India Bill.
This celebrated speech contains an abstract of the
Company's Transactions in India.
LONDON, Feb. 21
A letter from Jamaica, says, that by an advice boat put in there, they have an account that they had another shock of an earthquake at the island of Hispaniola, which had thrown down most of the new buildings there, and many lives were lost ; a great deal of damage was also done on the shore by the sea overflowing so far, that the ships that lay at anchor were forced on shore, and left, at the return of the tide, on dry land.
Last week was seized at a shop in the city, a parcel of French fans ; the penalty on each fan is 200l.
No. 2, Great Ship-street, Dublin
Most respectfully acquaints the Public, that he has for sale a variety of Guns and Pistols, double and single barrels, twisted barrels, in the most curious manner. His feather spring Pistols, so much approved of, he will engage to shoot point blank at the proper distance. Rifle Guns for ball and shot, Pocket Pistols of all sizes, Powders, Powder-Horns, Flints. &c.
Frederick Blackwell's knowledge and assiduity to business, employing the best workmen, and using the best materials, he is bold to say, his work cannot be excelled in this or any other kingdom. All the above articles he is determined to sell on the most reduced prices for ready Money.
Old Guns cleaned and repaired ; likewise bought and sold.