Dublin Gazette, February 7, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY to SATURDAY February the 1 i 1 737 Since my lad arrived two Britife wlJh brouglu French Famine here and eufei Mortality arnorfg are already armed with Ifotof the lah front Santa orn The Emperor MuteyLanba not hitherto been theBJacks they W a hinsc aod pttt in his The other es in the who got to the Obedience CO the Genoefe c never to t all i fincee told What a Revenge the Corficans tookfot Che Eiecttion of tbeir by ecu and eleven Genocfe to ArJMO if Corficaw bad reaUy an return ihey would have no need la wail i Arrival of a French Army for as as they might bops better Terms by ibrowiig the es into the Arms of or accepting her as the did than by ft ay till they aaually or at left feem to have been forced into In a Letter been intercepted from whence it may be fafely that the Sentiments ot the arcdittc reftt from hey are reported to be Some indeed are apt tiuflbe Moments Letter to pur that the might he wilJinect with in ce this as it the or at art ot Gratitude and Inureft oblige us to hold out to rathet thar abandon the Leader we haw and renounce the regulations he has made in the Thereat of Ammunuion awi Piovifions which he Tupplies the Wittom ot the Laws which ho has itaabliflled amongll and the Manner after which he has put in demand our Gratitude And as for n or the we cant hope that will maintain us in the loin 1ars ot tnoje nu vantages which we now The fire Bilhopricks in this IQand ufed to bring in fome filty others feventy or eighty thoufand Livres per Annum which the Genoefe Bilhops ufcd to at without e ver Boof on the Of iheie Revenues our Leader has ftrippU and alter fctting apart only fix thoufand tor ofthofe who the Bittiops Drudges at rks appropriated the Remairder to the Maintenance oj Schools Und As for tbe Tythes which the People ufcd to pay he them for the Advantage ot every Individual and that they w ho ferve the Churches may have wherewithal to live he has turn d out al the and left none to officiate there but the National Twat that out of a thoufand private tbere were fcarce eight that were the Property of tbofe that Inhabited At reft being Or left by WiU to and Theodore has recovered all thole referred them to the antient Families to Which they i C Jfl and aoy taaie given them to the AU the by the Republick are The Geflode Nobility had Eftatcsin trie Ifland which brought in two IVHlIfons and three hundred thoufand Livres a and belong4 for tnaft Part to the ancient Families of has turned Genoefe put ot all thofc and reftord to the ancienc Corltcan Families fuch Pare as belongd to the plufage he has diftnbuted to the new Counts and of The Liberty of for the Reftorationff the the Difcoyery ot leveral and ther Advantages this would for as well as the it we iheuld ever be obliged to abandon ouc 1 good and to return under the Dominion of the Repub We as ic in the cafe ot the the North at the Beginning of their who areengagd to 1 maintain their new notonl becauiethey agreeable than the but alto becaufe they inrichd both the Sovereign and the ac the ot tbote who bad f educated and maintaind them in the old The Court has received a Courier trora Cham ot the Tributaries of with that imagining he had a favourable to attack the Tartars that Part of the Cuban fituafied OB the Other iide ot the River of that he began his March about of November a great Body ot and Thoufands of Don coawnanded by the mow and Krafnafchoicow haying raffed the River Cuban without any be tfae irfca had poihd themfelves at fope diftance from it j that he entirely defeated killed a great Number of themr and took a much greater Numbec and forced the Remainder of their numerous Army to take to their Heels and after this Victory the and CaU mucks penetrated into the Bowels of the where they pec to Fire and Sword every thing in their Way then they ad vanced as far as a walfd Town in a Garrifon of Turks that they ftormed the laid if in put tfac greated Part of the Garrifjn and Inhabitants to the and made the reft Prifoners that he afterwards icaat feveral ments to reconnoitre the Mountains pf where they defeated feme Hundreds of TJaicarsj and the Expedition being finifaed the Coflacksand Cdlniucks were return ed Laden with the Booty and Prifoners they had a well in the iiactle near the River as ic the pillage of and in tbe Incuriions which the Detachments made into the The Succefs of this Expedition executed by is of the grcateft inafimuch as ic has Cuban Tartars out of all1 manner of Condition to continue roads into the Territories of We alfp have this o vantage from that thole Tartars being no longer able the the latter can make no further Attempts or the frontiers of the The Veldt Marihai Count Seckendorffs Affair isftill in the fame We are allured that the Cer tificates which have been brought from thofc that bad the on of the Provisions in Servia are very much in bis which Circumltance dcilroys the Report fpread abroad that the Count had embezzled Part of Tbe Emperor has back to Bel grade the sentence which the Court Martial palfed rffcrc on Major General Dojut we are ignorant of its Contents j ail that we bcac that his Imperial Majeily hasmitigated and that the Gene ral will come off by delivering up his aod out of the Hereditary The plague which reignd in is a little checkd by the fevere Cold in Lcutrutn died the in the Ycac ot Jjis rnacb The fame Lexers bac three a People inhabiting the Turkiih and of the Greek C had left their Country with their Cattle and anji put themfelves under the Bmperois that they noc be exposd co tbe of lurkiih AU ;

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