Monday, April 17, 2006

Thursday, April the 15th, to Saturday, April the 17th, 1784

To be set, from the first day of May next, Mr. HODGSON's House at Island-bridge, with Coach-house and Stables, and a choice Garden, walled in planted round with Peach and Nectaren Trees, and sowed with all kinds of Vegetables, and choice Asparagusheds. The house is in perfect order, fit for immediate reception of any family. Proposals to be received by him at Island-bridge, March 14, 1784.

London, April 7, 8, 9, 10
Private letters from France assert, that they will have 5000 men at Mauritius by July next ; and that the same number will be kept up during the peace, with a view to assist their settlements on the Coromandel coast, in case of a future war. This is French logic, which a British minister will understand in a proper point of view.


DUBLIN, April 16.
Tuesday someperson unknown went up stairs in a gentleman'shouse in Ross-lane, (finding the hall door uncautiously left open) and stole several articles ofd wearing apparel, among which was a green silk waistcoat trimmed with silver, and many other silk waistcoats and breeches. The thief got off with the plunder.


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