Thursday, March 7, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 7, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin FJKOT TltgSDAY the to SATURDAY the i 1 Since ny iaft arrived two firing Which Vooghitwo one HoBand t E S I D E S the fix Battalions of French fent to there landed alfo a Company of the Roy al Regiraenf of tbe confiftisgol a Sub feven underOfficers and thirty two Gunners tbe Troops Tiad alfo with three Commiflaries for four Coonmffaries ProvoftMarftal three other and an tioner twelve four twelve and to take careof Our Letters add to all twelre Pieces of a great Number of Mortars for throwing and a vaft all Sorts of Inftruments for Breaking and other waflike Ltgborn Captaitt of a Felucca arrived Corn ing from Baftja tfiat A Part oftne of the Prince rf fn rtelftarrd or wfro had afl along obferv d a have TOW tafeen Arms in Favour ot the Lord and prevailed on thofe of Cape Corfe to do the like that the latter had there upon roofed to pay the Tax to the arid fent Advice to the Mrieconeents that had tfectatd in their Favour the Qaptain ten or twelve jhoufand Corficans were ift Motion in tbe Neighbourhood of that as many were irithi of Balafcnfc arid tea thou fand near and feven thottfand iti the Neighbourhood of Porto Veccbio and Boniface j and five and feveral Qenoefe Feluccas were always cruizing on the Coafts of yet Baron Neuhoffba4 found for thefe two Months to land there at feren dffrerent tofcfiderable Quntities of Ammunition and Arms of all The laft Letters from Genoa that the Count de Boiffieux had fixd the Frsncb Troops under his Command in Quarters at Baftia but that fee had notyet made any Propofitions to the having been indifpofed with a The fame Letters that a Spanifli Galliot had lately landed Pttwder and War like Stores at lor the Ofe of the and Immediate ly after fet VVe have received here cpnfirmd Advices from the Frontiers of or the Depofftion bl the Grand and Che Kaimaikan Conftantinoples having been put in his Nothing tranfpiresin Publich of the Difpatches brought from by the laft which gives to judge that their Contents dont favour of Peactf i It is even faid that the Grand Signiot hasrefolved to continue the coft what it notwithftanding the Reprefentations of fome Mlniflters of the Ditan who adffed his to enter into 9 Negflciatton for a Peace Mediation it is that the wljo pretends that this War ought to lookd upon as a religious u the Perfon who chiefy excites the Grand Signior carry it on with all pdflibte in which be is feconded both by the tors of tbe Law and the However it it is ac cording to our Advices from thtf that the Infidels are making vaft and that they to two powerful Armies into tire one towards the tnprder to wait for the and the in Hungary to aft againft the It laid that a of Distinction who flibpeared Co be againft Marlaal Je is now Diking Infcrefl Hi his from good aud flatter tbemfelves that his Affafr ftortly be eoftcIuJed to his Advantage There are ftme Pebble Vfehb even give tKac Perfents of great Value are preparing for the and willbe given him when his Affair is broughtto an 10ae but ftance is not well attefted Major Gdneral who was very isnow upon tbe mending Al tfeat was pablilhed in lationto the Sentence of tbe Court Martial eftablifted it Belgrade was given out at a ilnet that Sentence has not et been mafe and tfl that we know of the Matter tliac has been mitigated by the Great Pake of Tnffcarjys February 28 and March Xord Chamber Iains His Majefty having been Ihac doe Regard bifs rtbt been paid to his Order of the I ith of thought fit to that no Perfon wbo ftall to pay their Coon to their Royal Bigbneffes the Prinde or cefsfof hall be admitted into his MajeftyV FreTe any ot his Royal Palaces GRAF the Matter of a arrivd there m idrw Days from that he faw at that Place a Lift of were to compfe a Bodyof thrt b3 Ortlers beready rt embark on the firft Thete are different Opinions about the thefc Troops faVo itom for that they witfbc M in the ifee EbSjpo v From Letters from Lima in Pent bf thit the bitants of Corro delaSal in the moil mret out to Death three Fatbers of tbfe Ordiribf ani tferle Uy Brothers of the fame who went there as Miffiotiarwi to cdh rett this People to the Chriftian JFrotti that a Prbjeft of fs abbttt accordifig to which the CoUrt of Ruffii would reftore Afoph aid Oczakow to the on Condition that the Grind Sigrtbr fkould on bis Part grant feveral Advantages tfc the of thai Pow in permitting them to fall freely on the Black and to trade upon the Coafts We hear that Yelterdiy the We ftIndia received a Meffagefrom his Grace the DuRc of his Secretary of upon which there i td be a General Meeting this Evening it the ShipTavern behind the Royal Exchange and we bear tomorrow will preftnt their Petition to the HoDcurable the Hottle of Caiijttjdnsii Tis talk d that Jier Hightieft the Prihcefs ihteriis pay her Highnefs the Princefs ot Orange a Vific In JFibliand this On Tuefday exported for Spam 2T2b Quarters i coo Quarters Barley and zoq Meal 5 for Portugal Quar ters 2f co Barters Wheat We Bear bis Majefty wifl this Weefr rftfbofc of the three Ctreen RibbanAi vacafct ifc tbe Order of by the Deceafe of the Earls of and and the Refignimj oJ tile Earl of and alfo oi the three Vacancies in the niofl ble Order of by the Deceafe of the of the Lord and Sir Charles Qunter This Morning VMS Aipti for four tboufanH Quarters of V Warch 2 was held a board of when their df bis jnio a Ftjurth Rate tiff 9 theCymmand thereof to Medhry j and ordered i f li

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