Dublin Gazette, February 4, 1737

Dublin Gazette

February 04, 1737

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Issue date: Monday, February 4, 1737

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Thursday, January 31, 1737

Next edition: Thursday, February 7, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1837, Dublin, Dublin From SAtUDRAY arrived arnve 4thr to TUESDAY February the ing Quotation oat of Tacitaj was put up at ehe Gale whieb of his Iniquifima bet SeSorum conditio i HI Goarfbaf received dhnocks Ctfffaeksof the Boft bave ftbrmtd and taken thi of Bees fitnatc in the and to the Twksj and that thej had put the to theSwordt except a foall Number wha were made Prifonert Befldes tins the CoflTacks have gaintdtnany others upon ieveralUc wherein they have killed a confiderable Num ber of the Cuban Tar and took a good Booty from them s At the fame time the Court has received Advice that a Detachment of the Ukraio being on the March towards Uras attacked by a Body of Tuifci lot that veiy fharp Battle Conmandtr scry oniiibeiaflf of tbat in Viaory aD claim a ai a is fare to be charged upon one f bttrjSitjelliei continue in infpileoftbf fcafi whictt impf and it is fo onfofe to a grcat many Perfons who aiteropic d it were dfOwnctf i this has given Room to an whictt been publithed from at tfae Polpitf of wbofotver ihall venture upon the Ice before Horfes 8ad have gone over it fbaU be and thofe Aat happen to be drowned ihatt be proceeded agtioft IQ the fame m inner in Cafes of ScUM i The Coonl dc Mtsnlcb jHvrog iodilpofcd for tbe Emprefs did h im lhc Honour ot At prtfent belt and difpoGog himieli for going to the as loon as the iht the cnfoing Campaign ii The Frencb Mtrqais was id importunate ta nave the Honoor of paying his Refpeds to the flbat bis Majefty was pleafed to give bim a Aodience the very next Day after his he bufy thatpay in figning bisRolls v which is looked upon as a particular Mark of Wearc fared that a Pcojed is which was propofcd by the General Coont Oliver dc to take fame Foreign Veteran Troops into the Empe tors thai are well The Emperor has now declared tlJtrXSencraU who are to ft rve next Cam pafgo in Hungary ooder the Great Doke of the Veldt Marfhal Count de as General in jointly w ith bit Royal the CountsPhiiippi and Oliver dc Veldt Mat ft ah M and the Prince de Generals of Horfey the Count dc Ncuperg and the Prince of Saxe Generals of the Ordnance de Prince Charles of the Prince of Sockaai B6tta Goldi and Dam oitzt Lieutenant and the Major Generals Charles Cbau Schule0boiirgT Mfif ci dArgeoteau and As to Count Scckendorflfs it ftaods mnch as it wat Not nwny Day sago the follow Jtti A Fftn lately jjfrft wbiCD js laid to have beiwtta and Coant the Eoipcrori and the Vtldt Martoals Momcb aad toe the Operations of the next ia cafe the Me dialion of the French King and tne Marhtine Powers prove fruitlefs According td this Plan CounK Munich is to march to Bender withan Aroryof ahoa Jred and twenty tboofand while Coont Lacy with another Army cndeavouri to penetrate into Traa filvania in order to join the Emperors Troops fides which the Ruffian Flotilla will make a Diver fiori on the Coaft of the and land fome Troops in that in order to keep the Tartars ifl andf prevent their jdmtog the that the Imperial Army will affembie again on the Side of Its not that the Turks have taken the Forts off Sabatfchand as it was ft is they forprad fome Imperial Pofts opon their tiers but abandoned them at the Approach of our Troops The Grand Doke of Tttftaaaacl moft of the Generals wifl depart in April to gQ to the fo that in all Appearance the Campaign will be opened Ad from the Frontiers thn the Infidels are difpofing tbemfelves in like oer to take the Field and are cnakiDgexuaof dinary Preparations for that It h confidently fsid that the Emperor will verv foortly publickly acknowledge Don Carlos us Kiog ol the T Sicilies thMtSpaia will accetfe ijQ Form to ;

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