Dublin Gazette, January 24, 1737

Dublin Gazette

January 24, 1737

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Issue date: Thursday, January 24, 1737

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Monday, January 21, 1737

Next edition: Monday, January 28, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 24, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY January the to SATURDAY January the general Revolt would very probably be the On Wednefdav laft arrived one Pritifh and she Grand Sigoior hjjnfcli would not be Vefterdkv in the Evening which iafe from their and xeiteraay in ine Uniland Mails Iff We art affured that at the brought onf and one Holland M a three Men are to be embarked at Aniibes to be tranf ported to m and thai in cafe they be not able to reduce the Rebels to a greater with Letters of tne the Genoeie to Signiof Minions Livres to the Hie is fedoced milters ia which be to their bat that France is to be at all the ts Ruffian Charge of and ii Ufaee he meets and alfo that ibere are iome fd iocHned to conclude a Peaci and that the Prencb have other tom to hope of a Tfet Fwnch Minifter here tbaf tfst owns therewithal gmn out of a Treaty of ulipoaifli loroeof fidy between France and whereby the latfcsim M Crowa was to formfti the former with eight Men baton the other hand it fccms UVVV and A Di betwixt France and Sweden is ss good as to eoftr ioto MeA in rfadinefs to raarch where they A no the laft Let ceVs from Stockol oif the bod Offices of the mtdmting wMjti friniefi that it was more proper to refer to a of Leave of the bit The Refolotions of Ibis Divan ha vf sriib the Value oC thirteen Ceen td the Marqaefs de is a Minifterlitre whQMetends to the a FM that the Froft and taow iikhicbiheGrand fertr is bting ptos ffc ftexpeaeiftcre from tbe Army Thai tbJf Mverefolred to pat it inExecutron witli ten niftVf Enemies give otiff that bis Coflduaflotbarag fandSfedgesj and that on the other the Black Ported bt tbe Sea it To eatireiy fcatin that the Forks art zard oftefbg depofed 6ribr bas tefetvei to bave tother Toecb at with aft jeceivei Advice Konii Kan bas gained conlWerabte Advantages over the Rebels fc Accdrdiog td the Emperor s cacknowteda bim Mafter of ail tbe apen Prtfidtnl of tbe Aafidt in theProviffctof and ia all Ap cil of delivered to the Great Poke of Tip foon oblige its Capital City cotorren cany tlie Patent of Captain Grueral Jer News hasciufcd great Joy among the peo Imperial MajcftyV and his Royal Bighatfs already held feveral Conferences ill iharQoali him to give fome Affiflatice ia Clothing is ntgUded for patting oorfclvcsm cafe hisHMboefsbedWfgid to continue the War with iition 10 with open an and Ruffia Tbe Ardow for paigQ againft the theWadikepreparattof contiquiflg this War fo greatt f bat thfj facrlfice new MHH with gtlac very thioEtowwds ft they areieaiybfink and tbe Great Duke s are gcciiflg der ytt they patiently sp ready witb all poffiblc Tilt Cpurt has proaching and me contented provid taken all tht oeceflary Meafares for dcfrajiog tbeJEt W the Graad Signior tocceeds in his This peacfs of tbe Campaign i befides Ibe Sams BifpofitiQfl of People is the only Caufc that bif abroad for bis Imperial the Tenths cpon the Clergy will procet Millions of and io deprffre him entirely ofAfoph and Oczakow i ftw fcveral rich Abbeys and prOmlfed td mm Jeem tn tbe lead to give up in t utmoft d their Poigr and the Peopft pirctivt ail Hi f ;

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