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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY February the to Since my la ft arjived two Britifli which brought one one and one Flanders January H E Court received an Exprefs two Daysaga with that the Grand Vfeier Abdalla Baftiaw nas juft been and the Kai maikan of Conftantinople put in his Place The depofed Vizier has been made Governor of an inconfiderable It is faid that the new Grand Vizier is very unfit for that efpecially in regard to of which he has if ct but little de one of the m Plenipotentiaries at the Congrcftof is come back to this City M4 another is gone to take a Tour to and Nepleuff ftays at in order be at hind for repairing to the Place for holding the fflcafe the Turks content to renew the Negociarions for a Peace it a Judgment may be formed from the warlike Preparations making here and throughout the it feems that allHopes of Peace are We not only continue fending great Quantities of of all of Provisions to talfc nf thitfecr Part of trre Troop that are in this Neighbourhood and the adjacent iMagaiines have been eroded in afl the Redoubts and made onthe Banks of the Nieper from Peter wolowna to and they have been filled with Provifions and A great Quantity of Hay is gathering that the Army may not be through want of from taking the Field very early The heavy Artillery is at The Veldt Marihal Count Lacy fet out the 2dth in order to take a Tour into The Veldt Marfhal Count Munich will fet out for the Army ia the Beginning of next and will be followed foon alter by Prince Anthony Ulrick de WoHen battle and Lieutenant General de January The farther Examination into thl Conduft of Count is put off till They write from that fixteen thoufand all regular have taken Poft between Belgrade and and twas even that feme ot their Detachmentshave palled the and made almoft to but this needs The Differences between the Regen cy of this and the Town of are amicably determined and its reported that a Project is formed to conclude an Alliance among the principal in order to the Union that Subfifts amongft the other Euro We are that Count the Emperors arrived Yefterday at and that Tomorrow he is to propofe to the the Plan their Imperial and Moft Chxiftian concerted with King of Great Britain and the States General of the United for aceommodating Juliepand News which we have concerning the Difpofition bis PruJSan ta fliew fame on his Side to to the provisional Pofl5ffion ot thofis Dutchies in Favour of JPrince of Sultxbach j neverthelefs it is not doubted but the Mediating Pawtrs will find means to remove the Difficulties which this Accommodation meets and they from that two Cabinet from Vienna and and that it T their Dispatches relate to the of Juliers ard Bergues They J that there has been great Talk in that City thete few of the March of a Body of and that gives jlf room to think is the recalling the Officers that went to raifo f They write from that the Defign of preferring the Flan of Accommodation between the King ot Prnffia nd the Palatine to the Courts of Berlin and has been deferred for There are ftronger Affiirances thajB evwr that ttw Rutg of Ptafiu wifl rejeft the becaufe his Pruffian Majefty defired their High Mightinefles to eBHsloy all theii Credit to prevent eventual Homage being paid Dole of Sultzbach by the States of Berguei and yet they i bare confented theretoj at if ene may give Credit to what i is written from his Pruffian Majefty is fo greatly that its thought he will take the fjrft Opportunity ot throwing a Body ot Troops into thofe two Dutchies To fecure the Succeff to which be is aid to keep fo great a Number of and t for fo long a on being able to bring into the Field Fifty or Sixty Thoufcnd with a fufficient Train of and in a Condition to fupport them for a considerable hav ing bis Military Cheft well On the other if the King of Pruffia Ihould the Terms of Accommodation that are going to be ofifered to him altogether as its generally believed he nothing could prevent his entering into deracy with the Houfeof to which ifr fuppofed of readily enough being in a manner excluJ ded from any ghare in this In that its I that the Forces of the King of Pruifia and of PoKjfii joined to fupport their refpeftire would fee very formida and might poffibly overthrow the Projects of the Courts ot aid even of We hear that the Right the fiart of Danmore will be ap pointed Governor ot in the room of the law of That the Right the Lord VHcount Shannon win be ap pointed a Field Marihal of hijMaieftys in the room of the A j The Notion of Intereft being to be reduced this prefent Seffions ftf Pailiameot has prevailed fo and beenfo induftrioufly pagated by the that there has been foW out of the South Sea Company only above a Mfflfobacd a Half of Stock and Anoui thro chereof j and fome ot ic at which would now ell or Since the accurate and fo much wanted Survey of the of Waterford in lately wade by chants and other Gentlemen of that City are going to eftablifh at Cod Fifeery on the Banks Our wtiofe Letter is now before adds that there is an inexhauilible tity ef Cod on thofe and better than that ot but yet they never durft attempt a Fiftery before the Captain took the Pains to furvey their in Dutch ani Englifh Ship has been loft tor want of a thorough Knowledge of the They write from LOrient in that fcveral of the French Eaft India Companys fiound for taken great Quantities of incorruptible board for cficir The Secrec of giving it that was fouftd the Abbe de fc and Jus been approved by the French Academy of It is faid the fame ingenious Clergyman has propofcd another cret for preferving Bilcuic tnom Corruption at tad it is novf aaually Confideration oi that learned We hear that bis Majefty has been to appoint Brigadier General to be one of the Grooms ofvhis ticdcbawbcrj in the room
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