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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 25, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin 1116 From SATURDAY February the to TUESDAY February the Since my laft arrived three Britifh Pacquets which brought two Holland and two French January w YESTERDAY the Prince ot Heffe Hombourg was by a Ruffian to the Princels who was condufted to Church by the W two and by the Dutchefs of Courland as the Bridegroom was by the Prince Anthony Ul ric of Their Highnefos dined af terwards with the Brides the Veldt Marlhal to whofe Houfe the Cxarina bcrfelf repaired about the and the wedding Feaft was clofed by a grand to which ll the Foreign Minifters and other Perfons ot Diftinclion were And this Day there was 3 fplendid Entertainment at the Prince of Our Advices from the frontiers that there are great Divifions among the Mincers of theDivan at and that eveiy thing was in the utmoft Confufion there The Difgrace of theGrand Viiier AbdallahBafhaw is at tributed to the ill Succefs of the Siege of that Mimfter not having ha Jibe Precaution to provide his Troops with the ne ceffary Provifions and Ammunition for fo great an Undertaking in Such a The laft Letters which the Court has received from Lieutenant General de Commandant of are dated December and bring that every thing there was in a good that the Place is plentifully and that they perceived eviry Day that the Lofs of the Infidels is greater than was thought at after vifiting the Places where the Turks they ftill found a great Number of dead Bodies which the Enemy leit probably on Account ot their precipitate The Veldc Marflial Count Munich is preparing to fet out for the in order to make the necefla ry Difpofitiom for marching the and fecuring the Fron tiers from the who ftill threaten to make an Irruption on that Sidei We have a Report that the Earl Brother to Lieutenant General will be here in a fhort Vienna The Turks continue to block up and that Orders are fent to Belgrade to furnilh the Place with a frefh Supply ot Provifions at a b In the laft Conferences that were held at Court upon the rations of the next it was refolved that the Army Ihould not be but kept united in ore entire Our laft Letters from Conftantinople bring thattrie Grand Seignior had held an extraordinary in which his Hghnefs that his Honour not permitting him to leave Oczakow in the Pofleflion of he was refolved to retake that Place at any and that he would even facrifice Part of his private Treafure in that if Occafion re It is that the Grand Seignior is fo obftinately bent upon this that he did not ask the Advice of his as uftialj and that bis Highnefs has lent Orders to the Army ior marching a large Body of Troops towards that The Court has receivedAdvice from the Frontiers of Servia and that the Imperial Detachments tinue to make very fuccefsful Incurfions in thofe and that one of them which was fent out from Sabatfch returned with feven teen Waggons and fifteen Boats laden with which they carried off from the We talk now with more Certainty than ever of making another Campaign againft the Turks and in all Probability it will be attended with confidering the Cireuinftances of the Turks their ArmjNhas been greatly niflied by the and other Diftempers the Troops which they brought out of Afia and Africa have alfo fuffered feverely this Winter befides the Porte having refolved to under take the Siege ot Oczakow and defigning to employ in it wmeof the Troops in the Neighborhood of the we fhall find it eafier to penetrate into the Enemys Country than ic was laft Campaign fome People here pretend to be in formed irom very good that Count notwiih ftanding the Reputation he had and the Favour tha Grand Seignior Ihews will not be able to overcome the In trigues of thofe who prevent his having the Command of an The Veldt Marflial Count Seckendoiffs Affair is ftill in the fame the Cotnmiflaries continue amining feveral Perfons about that but that General has not yet appeared before them in Per Ion It is computed tnat the Charges of his Procefs amount already to above We have a Report that the Pope has to advance lout Millions of tlorins to the and that his Holtnefs will re mit the Sum to The Turks ftill keep Ufitza blocked and as it is feared that the Place may be obliged to furrender Jor want of Orders have been fent to Belgrade to fupply it at any We have Advice that the Commandants of Bel grade and Gradifca in having fent out Detachments of their in order to difperfe the Turkifo Parties which in fefted the Neighbourhood of thofe one erf ihofe Detach ments advanced as far a largeVillage about four Leagues from which they burnt after they had thoroughly plun dered and retreated with a large a great Number of and feveral among whom were fome Imperial who were all hanged as foon as the Detachment return ed to One of the Detachments lately fent out from was attacked by a Turkilh as they were coming back from an Incurfion which they had made in theNeighbourhood of bat they routed the Infidels and returned to Belgrade great Booty in On the Side of Waiachia things have not turned out fo favourable The Turks finding no Oppou tion on the Frontiers of that have plundered and burnt feveral and made the Inhabitants Prifoners after which they came to the where they likewife plundered and deftroyed a Convent ot the Friars bad uft Time enough to make their and carry off the Veffels belonging to the The Bafhaw of Widdtn being defirous to harrals the Imperialifts until the Opening of the he requefted the Cham of Budziac Tartary to fend him fome 1 houfands of Tar tars for that Purpefe They arrived in Waiachia in the Beginning of laft where they received Orders relating to the Incur fions they are to It is ftifl pretended that the Porte will re new the Siege of and in order to encunrage the Troops defigned for that they are to have fifteen Afpers a Day during the befides a Gratification to each JanUTary when the Place is The1 Preparations making by the Turks both on that Side and the Frontiers ot are much more corficer able than could be rcafonably expefted at a time when the Porte accepts the Mediation of feveral fc is even that to oblige the Troops by all means poffibte to perform their the Mufti drew up the Form of an Oath which they were obliged to and in which they if they do not fflitl Blood to the for fupporting toe Glty Splendor of the Ottoman tbty consent not only to be punifod But alfo after and to be eternally deprived of the felicities of the true and the Hapfinefi of feting in Heaven tlie great Prophet The Officers of the late Gawifon of Niffa have fent op a tion to the AuHck Council of oi a very particular in which they fet c Tnae they cannot but be fenfibly touched with the Sentence paffecl upon Major General Doxtt that the faid General had faitbfoDy discharged every Duty of a Commander that they Witwfles oi the ictdifptnllbla Neceffity they were under of furrendedng the Place to the Turks that he had nothing upon that with out their Advice fo that the of the Sentence 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