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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 18, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From SATURDAY February the to TUESDAY February the a i 1 n j RrtrJIK Parauer which confiding of eighty large Hogfluadsof Ycftcrday arrived one 3Slooo Weight of and 12 Eighi brought one French and one Holland arrjved af Geooa from ftia with two one of whom was a Gtnoefe December and the ether aCotfican Cordelier H E Miniftry is fery aneafy at the who were both lent 10 she Thofc Letters Marraurs of the for the Mif thai the Genaefe Troops had attacked an advanced Pofc carriage of sheSiege ot Oczakow and in tbe poflefllon of the bat were fo briskly re befides they have that one ceivwi fey taofe Rebels chat they were forced Co ret taking Advantage of the and leave one of their wonnded Officers behind of fhe Troops forfromAfiat wfeafHwring to be a the Maiecon tents threw r 31 fed a Rebellion there of him into a red hot aod io baked him to and tis foppofcd he will be backed by a certain We learn by good Hands irom that a Caea foreign ia cafe tbe War Upon this Ian Bark bad landed atAieria 26 Casks fiUed with tis that a Divan wai wherein it was re Barrels of 4o Barrels of Musket and folved to fend iome Troops thither out of to 380 for the Service of the and ctom tbe Rebellion in its t bat another foreign Bai k bad likewife landed in Corr Letters from Conftantino fica a latge Quantity of Aaiiaanitioa for the fam par pie ad that the Grand Seignior io an extraordioaiy It is that tbe notwhbftanding Divan which was lately and the Aid of the French Troops tbe Gcnoeie have re confirmed tbe Declaration that he bad made be tore of are deternjindtd to maintain their the Continuance of bis good Difpo fit ion towards to tbe Uft with tbe only View of procuring Bafe andQmeij to Conduct of Count the their yet Letters from Vienna aflUre pjand of the great in cafe be coold not come to that tbe Affairs of that General take as bappy a Tar a an Accommodation with tbe before the as he bimfelf coaid wjih la all probability his pining of the next Campaign That he had determind mies will be covered with the Shame andConrufion they to take with him all the Janiflaiies of his ex defigatd to thiow npon him and theCoort of Vienna cept a Detachment of tbat which he wiQ leave will difmifs him in fuch a Manner as will make him fet lor the Security of aod will reisforce get the Troubles he had in its and that Detachment with twenty ihoufand Men of the convince hint tbattbe Emperor is more equitable and Troops that are now raiting ia That as he per more religious than to have treated him with fo macti ceived there were great Difficulties in raiting the Sub had not his Enemies at the fame time thai fidies he would fopply out of his ownTreaiure they accuied him of being guilty of real what was And that Prince Ragotzi was to nualed that he was a Proteftant the Force of whicfc make the Campaign with Thefe Lettert Accufatioa hat bee o weakened ia proportion to tbe tbat the Tent for the Grand Seignior was aftualJy pre Progrefs that has been made in the examination of that paring that tbe Aogmtnlalioo of tbe fleet to fetve Generals nothing having been able to efcape OQ the Black Sea was flattening with ail poflible Expe tbe or pervert the Juftice of the and thai the Grand Seignior has lately fenE of this The fame Letters mentioa a Otders to his two Armies ro continue the War Quarrel between de Seeretiry of State dating tbe if or at ieaft to begin to the and Count with whom the gain their Operations as foon as the Snow is former had very high which arofc from a Dif tbat they may not be prevented by the courfe about tbe Difgraced the Count having They write from Genoa of the fth been very fatytica opon de Berfceafteio relating to of this chat the i felocca chat hid beeftdifpatch thisSabjed 9 wbt reopon this latter told biat that it did id from Baftia for Antibf by the French Commitfary not at ail become him to take inch and thai with Advice that every thing was ready he ought Co remember that Employments which be at Baftia for the Reception of tbe Kings was now poifeued had been procured to him by fits rttarntd with an Officer that the Troops failed for kenfteins Intereftj at which Coant KaStefn was fo Corfica the 30 th of January with a air the Fleet tbat 6e took op a and would cooGftingot if large Tranfpcuts with live Regiments have thrown it at his bad not the Company OQ vented TheCdsnt went aftcrwafds to make his JQ1 making flx Two Tartanes Complaints to t be People are very iropoi followed the one of which bad Horfes on board tuoite toknti of tbii the and the other was loaded with
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