Dublin Gazette, March 29, 1737

Dublin Gazette

March 29, 1737

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Issue date: Friday, March 29, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 29, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 102 The Dublin From TUESDAY March the to SATURDAY Jpril the 1737 arrived two Briiilh French March E reckon to have an Army of eighty thoufand Men a the Clofe of next Month towards Peterwa radin to aft againft the The Difpofitions made Jfbr that purpofe were approved of by the wherefore a Draught will be made of two Battalions out ok each of the 25 Regiments that are in Hungary The gd Battalion is to remain in and recruit for two others during the The Ca nty is to cpnfitt of an hundred and fifty Squadrons upon the Ger man Wfides feveral Regiments or and the reft of the AYmy will be compoicd of fome Saxon and Wolfenbuttle We are aflured than Velt Marftal Count Palfi is to cofflrittrid the and to hare under him Count Secken the Prbce of and Geiterafeof and Kevenhttller and Generals of the facades eleven Lieutenant Field and 22 Major The Ruffian Minifter here has faofmed the Emperors that having communicated to bis Court the bifpofition ot the Porte for coming to an Accornmo her Clarlan Majefty had fent him Orders to that ihe could nor treat the Porte Uriels the Grand Seignior firft the following conditions That his Highnefs wotild all Title to Afaph for ever in Favour refRuflia That the lurks ihould never be permitted to build any Port orrPof trefs near as they defl red That the Ruffians ihjfl always be at Liberty to attack and chaftife the Tartars it f they Continue their without fuch a chaflifement being at any tfrne looked upon as an lorraaiqn of the Peace And chat P6rte reimburfe Ruffia for the Expences been at in the March S6meDays ago a Soldier of the Regiment ot who was to have run the took a Knite before he kgan his and buried it in the Bowels of an interior flhoflied thereof upon the Spot The faid Soldier afterwards puj on Ks Shirt very and iuftered hirofelf to be conduA to the without any ytfytij March A Perfon is arrived here with a fidft to negociate aLoan of a MiUi0n of W dffeharge the Debts contracted by that Prince in The uitirtjof France offers to guaranty the Repayment of that Loan Witfj hterefi at five per But this is judged to be tbt King of France being in a better Capacity o advance tbantbe Jhe Prince of Orange has complained to the Imperial Court a ll5 tlat who Favours the Precenfions of de the Qieenof Sardinia on the Dominionsof the Mafter of ihc fent beforehand to receive her on the and to pay her due Honours and upon the 1 hat Princefs has made a to the three young Daughters of the King her of each a in theDrdfrs of the City and and adorned each with to the Value oi ten thoufand Lad Sunday 7Night as the King of France came from Ma of the Royal being intro duced by the Court de had the Honour to prefent his Majefty with five confiding of the and Patents ot the Kings of of which he at the fame Time gave his Majefty an They write from the Capital Liry of Upper that in the late Carnival fuch Crouds of People flocked o ver the Bridge of to partake in the publick Rejoicings in the Ring on the other that the Bridge fell one by which fourfcore Perfonslofl their The Affair of the Grand Prior with the Marquis de was the other Day determined by Parliament they were both for want of Evidence acquitted of the Duel fome Time ago and were difcharged out of The Grand Prior being tremly beloved by all and and ftrong Solicitations made for even Princefles applied tp his Judges in his fhe Prince of Conti went often to viilt him in the Prifon and moft of the Dukes and Lords of the together with a great Num ber of the Knights of affifted at his He gavs upon his Difcharge 1200 Livres to the Prifoners of the Succeffionof the Principality of It is faid Fleury has wrote to that to acquaint him MaiHi has a juft Claim as he is Son of the latfe Emanual of March The Duke de a Peer of a Grandee of the and Knight of the Order of Vjolden is Fet out by the Kings Order to complimenC March 24 and 24 T AST Night Edward Efq fay at the Point I j of Death at bis Chambers in GrayVFmv As did alfa Benjamin EJq who was lately High Sheriff of the County of at his Houfe in We hear that the Right the Earlof ViceAdmi ral of the his Majeftyslate Ambaflador to the Courf of will fpeedily return eo the faid Court with a Commifllon of great There are feveral Perforis now fearching the in order to make out their Claims to different which are in in order to Petition his for the famej Tis faid that the Right the Marquis of Tweedale will be elefted one of the Sixteen Peers of in the room ot his Grace the Duke of who has taken his Seat in Parliament as a Barbri of From that the Court had difcovered ifome new Corref pondences contrary To the Peace of the Kingdom Thatthe Prince della together with all his wasdrderd by the Kings Conjmand to depart thence in fix Hours and to retire to fome one of his there to remain during his Majeftys Pleafure and that fome other Perfons were alfo ta ken up on being cdncerhd in tfiofe Ffom Capitalof that a Defigtf had been covered of about 690 Perfons beirg engaged in raifing an anrtong the Populaces That fome Diforder had been aftually comrtiitted j btrt that the Viceroy By his bad put a Stop to the Tumult That feveral of the Ringleaders were and fonrtc bf them The Imperial Court pteasd with the Difgrace on account of thegobd Uhderftanafng which fubirftea between him and the Queen of and his knmyn Ariimpfityto the Hchife Of Aiiftria 6Va his utmoft Efforts to effeft the Schemes with which the late Don ;

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