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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1810, Dublin, Dublin TT T IV U JtJ JL 1 JN top From Saturday Afril to Tuefda Jpril February Chancellor Schapbiroffi and contained in Subftance tint his Majefty might very juftly THE Difputc concerning the Affront of that thofe People who had violated of Na ferrd to bis Excellency tions in the Perfonofhis fhoujd have the Ruifian Ambaffador in Great been Punifhed according to his Defires but jnce is wholly concluded to his Czarifh Ma the Laws of GreatBritain did not admit of fiich a leftys Some Debates about the Cere and confidering the Concern the Nati ffldnial retarded her Britifh Ma on had itam for this Accident by a late Afl of Pac ieftys Envoy publick Audience as well as the Honour the Quren of for two or three but on the Inftant all Britain had done him by this was Things were On the i6ch about 8 of the to accept this His Excellency was then in the thte Britifh all the difmiffed from his Audience with the fame Ceremor and feveral EngHfti Of ny as he was Condufted and at his retura ficers in the Czars Service being 40 in found 3 Tables prepared by the Czars Officers for waited on the Ambaffador at his At 9 a him and his Genet and Lietr Gentleman of his Czar ifh Majeftys BedChamber Of en were appointed to accompany wasfent to acquaint his Excellency that Monfieur Excellency at Dinner and Monlieur m the firft and Brother to the Em the Name of his Czarifh made preffing prefs was on the way with the Czars Coach Inftances to continue the fame Entertainments 2 es to carry him to his Abont anhourafter Days longer but his with great Dif and his ExceUency brought was excufed froin thole Civih him to his according to the An extraordinary Guard or 100 with while his Excellencys Secretary and the British their proper was commanded to attend the Merchants were taking their Places in the Ambaflador at bis Houfe during his The Proceffion began with 23 each drawn were to be relieved every Pay with the like Number by 6 In the belonging to Prince from the On the 1 7th a Couiier was the Ambafladors Secretary with the here from Conftantinople with Letters from RuT and alfoa Secretary of the fian Ambaffadcr at the Ottoman Tvhich was followM by the Ambafiadors own Coach of lhat he had a pblicjc Au Carved and lined with trimmed with dience of the Sultan on the uth pt that Gold the FootC loath of the richly wherein he received a Confirmation or the late laced and This was fucceeded by a truce between the 2 Empires without any rich painted lined with drawn by except that it was prolonged for 20 6 black and the Harnefs was embofled with The Ambaffador that the Turk offered to Silver In the next Place proceeded a Cba conduft the King of the Troops that very richly lined with red trimmd were with in fafety to the frontiers of Polanl Wh Silver Lacet drawn by t black with by a Guard of Janifanes and to requeft his Czarift their Harnefs finely adorned Then came on 12 Majefty to grant him a fafe Pafiage Footmen in red who were followed by 4 his own But it his Majefty Tageson Coats were of fineScar rejected Offer permit i jo xe richly lacd with Gold and their Wait tire which way he but refufed tc rgrant fern oats and Sleeves of green embroidered any Protean or On the Gold and Silver The Proceffion was great for clofed by the Czars Coach of wherein fat the The Ruffian Mmifter that the accompanied by Moniieur their Warlike and the Mafter of the The March pre henfions of a the took up the fpace of an hour and a and the being now it is faid the Force of the War Streets were every where thronged with this Summer will be direaed the Guards received his Excellency at the Caitk On the 2oth Inftant the Colours W the iatef anifh ctrs with their Swords fainted him yich by the way ot and On the 26th the their Hats at the Head of their The Britifli Ambaffador beiog at a r Entertainment Ambaffador upon hh alighting out of the was complimeS by one of the they told his that wou w th Gentlemen of the and a Relation of him the next made Prepara hisCzarifh The Grenadeers were ranged tions and had Hojiour on both fides of the at the Head of which he to entertam his Majefty with great MagniK was received by Prince who conduaed Mm to Avhere Monfieur Muffin March Advices ief Officers of and i2th Inftant that of Eccleftamck Affairs difpatchd and Reven introduce him to the who is appointed His Czarifh itaieftv ftood uncovered under a Ca of and from thence proceed to te rece n Concern for the Affront offered to his Majeftys from and iignified the feveral be defiga4 her Courts of towards a fufl Re paratiorf fbf that His Secretary read tfte and a Secretary of the Ruffian lajnOpeech in High and a Secretary of the On the tath R Cizars read it afterwards in the Ruffian Audienceta his Mini His Czarifo Majefty returned an AnfWer ihc interpreted by Vice ppsn himift
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