Dublin Gazette, January 3, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The in From TUESDAY January the to SATURDAY Jamwy the vll Sines my laft arrived three BritUh which brought three French and twoHolfand RimiroWi November J H E Tarkifh Army fuffered prodigipufly in its 1 Retreat at and appeared in the raoft Wretched Condition at its Arrival at fl The Infidels do not in the lead diffemble their Lois at Oczakow and as much puffed up as they were before that by the Misfortunes of the Imperialifts in they are now quite as much dejefted their Pride is and to add to their the Plague has broke out among their An Exprefs arrived here two Days ago from General de Commandant in Chief at wicb a very ample Journal of all the in the Siege of Aat by which it The Ottoman Army copiifted of Turks and Tartars that the Porte had made a Prefent of Ducats to every to encourage them to do their Duty and pfonrifed to double it when they in eafethey took Oczakow that the BefiegeiS difcharged feven thoufand iipon the and threw in three thou findfix hundred and fifty two did no there being fo much as a tingle Houfe burnt that fifty who by leaping into the Water found Means to get into the by the Gate of Li which was cried out upon which the Ruffians ran and put every Man of them to the Sword f that the Commandant did not exactly know the Number of the Infidels that were but that he had already caafed above three thoufand of them to be buried that on the Part of the Ruffians there were but 300 and 700 wounded that the which bad no reft neither Day nor haddefired the Commandant to make no Terms with the every Soldier being refolved to die Sword in in defence of the rather than to rentier it that charmed at this had caufed feveral Trenches to be made in the in order to defend it to the laft The Son of the General de who brough t the firft News of the railing of the relates ar very remarkable that fo many of the Homes were burnt when the Ruffians took the that the Soldiers of the Garrifon were foreed to dig tbemfelves Lodgings under Ground that the Officers themfelves have the fame Quarters and that GeneralScoffeln lodges undet one of the Gates ofthe Twenty Pair of the Colours taken from the have been up inon6 of the Rooms of the CzarlnaY Weare af ued that the whole Number taken from them at the raifing of ie aid was not lefs than Seventy but that the Ruffian otdters tore the others in and made Cravats which fey fell to one another for four or five Rubles and wear vMemory of that This Day the Court received Letters from with that the Froft having furptitedthe Turks in their Retreat n the greateft Part of the wounded Men died im liately that they computed their Lofs in this inglorious Ex lition to amount to above twenty thoufand Turks and thai the Sfternation among the Infidels was inexpr has received from the Emprefss aefidf nt of every that has pafledthii Year and that Peace is not yet concluded between Scbich Lir and the as was thd Turkiflv Ambaffkdor zrcived at Ifpshan the 20th of July no having had Audience of the nor being likely to hare any until Princes Return from his Expedition in fctersbtirgb The Court has received from Q the Courier by which ihe the Particulars of the railing the Siege of that an exaft Account of which is drawing up and will foon be According to what we hear ot tfiac there are but fewExampIesof more vigorous and at the fame Timevainer than thofe which the Turks gave to OczaV During 48 Hours they made the utmoft Efforts to pafs the Town under a terrible Fire from their Cannon and forte with others with Floats great Number by The Ruffian Garrifoni vl a continual Fire of their Artillery and Small the Muzzl of their the very Nofes of made tuch a SJaughtf of the that their not being willing torun Hazard of lofing the Remainder of the Troops undef Co gave the Signal for which was rierfbroid w great Precipitation and The Ruffians feeing the Turks abandon their fallied out of the and fell on their wbertthey made fereral PrifonersV Tlwjr found in the Enemies Camp ejghteen thirty fix Pieces heavy Cannon from thirty to thirty itx federal Jpield Pieces and and a cofinderable Quantity of Amnittni the Number of Men the Turks loft in this Siege is computed at ten As the abandoning this Enter prize procures the Crown of Ruflia as much Advantage as could have reaped by the compleateft a fteftlution been takehtocaufe a folemn Te Deum to be fung here and in all other Cines of the Empire in Thankfgiving for tbel Turkiflj who is Prifoner was acquainted with hei raifing of that be feemd but little furprjzd at and Since the Rujfitns took our Town in three t dont that in lefs than Month tkejf bave obliged Army to run afcer which the Balhaw that the raifatg tbe Ocfatten would toft the Heads of a jreat mtnj Officerf of Bo dy of Troop emplojd to retake The Turks tocooie before that Place a havirg determined the Coimto fend Orders to the Veldt Marlhal Count deMunicit to march ther feven in order to reinforce the we pcft foon to hear of their Arrival Naplety Letters from Sigmors Plenipotentiaries at the Cdngrefs oi Nimirow were rived in that and had aflifted ac one of the Jaft held there about the Mediation propofcd between the Emperor It appears by fame chat the firft made by the Courts pt Vienna and in fhe ot were very fince we are faaxtha Emperor would riot tonfent to a unlefs the celled him the Towns ot NilTa and with Part of being the Expences of the Var and the required the Grand Signior to give up Afopb and the prim Tartary to pay an annual Tribute Jo herlm perial and that the Subjects of Ruffia feould have a Righc to Trade in al the and on all the Coafb ol the Turkiih t Paris We have Letter here from Gulphoi dated in Auguft imponing that Thaoias who was befiegirg the Capital City ot the provinca of and had been there by one ofchls Serf who was corrupted to perform that pcrfiduous Aaion the on pofite PartXi they Deing reiblved to reftore the ThroBfrcf to a Sprig f of the Royal If this confirmd it will in all caufe grdacAlterations ioFcri We have the following Article in par JGaV which has ciaufed a Surprize We by the laft Letts enna ofthe 14th the Spahilh Ambaflador atB Court had tiifpatched away w ;

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