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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 3, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY May the to SATURDAY May the Since my laft arrived two Britifli which brought two one and one Flankers March DO N Errwruel the Infante cf intends to lay at JJayonne till his Peace is made with the and for this Purpofe the Queen Dowager of whorefides has wrote a Letter to the Queer of April Letters from the Frontiers that the Grand Vizier was fee out for together with the Seraskier General of the after having allured the Foreign that the Porte and the Reafon of his going to Ben der to be nearer at to contribute to the isuccefs of the that are to be carried on for that End on theRuf fian between the Plenipotentiaries on both Sides according to thofe the Turks feem refolved to open the Campaign with all their fo that tis believd theyll ven ture a before they will think in good Earned of renouncing And tis that it will not be leng before we fhall We have aConfirmation of the March of the Ruf fian Army in three Columns towards under the mand of the Veldt Marihal Count in order to lay Siege to that Place and our lift Letters from the alfo allure that the TurVs were likewife in full March towards tor the Prefervation of it fo that we every Day expeft to hear that the Campaign in thofe Parts has been opened with a April We hear from that the Ottoman Troops polled on the Frontiers hardly amount to feventy thnufand the greateft patt of which are raw nndifciplind picked up wherever they could be the Turks having fenc grcateft Force againd the It is that the Inhabitants about Widdin and other are already be ginning to move off with their bed but yet feme People believe that the who are in no Condition to re fid the Em perors will accept peace upon the Conditions offered by tbis Court and as foon as they fee the Imperial Army in Motion to attack them The lad Letters trom Babadagh feem to for they fay the Grand Vizier declared to the Britifhand Dutch Ambalfadors That there was nothing in the World that the Porte would not do to avoid entering into a 1 War with the April The Empernr having refolved to reunite the Parmefan and Placentine to the and form one Government of the Count de Traun went lately in Quality of to receive the Oaths of Fidelity of Magilhates and Inhabit arts of the City of and was mod fplerdidly Seated three Days fucceffivcly by General who went ar terwards to Guaftalla to execute a certain Com miffion from the Count de Traun is expefted here this Evening to re aivethe like Oath of Fidelity as was taken to him at and to be received by a Salvo of the Cannon of our fetenburgby April The Court has received that ta Winter not having been as fevere near the Don as the borid the Veldt Marfhal Count Lafci had already taken the was beginning the Operations of the Campaign on that jVGeneral Heim is jud condemned by a Ceuncil of War to be for having negleAcd a very favourable Opportunity to defeat the Tartars Army in the which he might have had he attacked them in the It is nevcrt helefs that the in whofe Imperial Bread Mercy fits wffl grant him his Apil The Emperor named Yedenday four new the Duke of Count and Count Baron Berenklau ar rived here the 22d Indart from having deflred to fcrve in the Emperors Army inftead of being employed in that the As he has been a whole Month on the he has brought nothing new from except the repeated Indances ok the Czarina for the Emperors entring intothe War as foon as pof The firft Courier from the Turkifh Camp will probably fix the Relolutions of this Court but in the mean while they feem now entirely perfuaded that the War is April 2 and ROM that the Magifhacy have given Orders to perfame all Letters coming from Spain as is done in the Ports of on that a contagious Diftemper rages in ibme Parts cf which carries off great Numbers of It is reported at that Prince Charles of Lorrain will be appointed VicarGencral of the Audrian in the room of his Brother the Duta of who is appointed Commander in chief of the fcmperors Forces in His Royal High nefs has fent moft of his which was already arrived at to leave that City and repair forthwith to By Letters from Eeauvais we that they have lately had a mod terrible which particularly at in the Neighbourhood of that carried away a and dedroyed entirely the out Pares of the On Ihurfday lad came en the Election of ore of the Sixteen Peers of in the room of the barl cf when tte Earl of Bute was unanirnoufly Yederday in the Evening one of his Majedys arrived at Jamess with an Exprefs trom the Right Hon the Earl of Waldegrave his Majedys Ambaflfador at the Jullice Lee came into the Court of as a Puifne Judge hut we are well informed that Gentleman will receive his Fiat for Lord Chief Juftice of England in a Day or They write from Lisbon that the Minidcrs of and the Lords of the Court being aflcmbled in the Kings his Majedyy told them 7 now inform you that the rence I bad roitb the King of Spain is and our Recovcili It is faid the Charge of the Englilh Fleet has been a Million of Cruadoes to the which is nothing in com parifon of the Benefit he has received from it and which his Por nignexe Majedy is fo fenfible that when Admiral Norns had his Audience of he defined him toaffure his Britannick Ma That befiould never forget the FrienJJhip bis Majefljtefli fed in the lite Crifis of The King alfo told the Tbxt tofoem bh Efleem for the Britijh be would take care that in all their Irads to the Dominions of whether in Europe or the tbyjbould enjoy fame friviledges as bis own Mr late of has left tqually between his two Ne Drury and two hundred and thirty thoufand to his Sider five hundred Pounds per Annum payable out of twenty tboufand Pounds Three Annuities and about three hundredRings of the fullValue of twenty Shillings each befides to fuch ot the Sportfmen of that Neigh Subfcribcrs to the Hunting as can prove that they have leapt over a FiveBar Gate beiides feveral other Le On Tuefdy was imported from Spain 700 of Raw Silk from Bremen Ells ot German and 5700 Ells of Heffers and from Carolina Weight of The fame Day was exported for Holland 13 jO Ounces of Gold Coin for Jsrhsica and Barbactces Ounces of wrought Plate forthe Souid of for Ireland 1340 ditto tor Oporto 7 Weight of Leather for Hamburgh 137 ditto toe Newfoundland 1000 j for New England
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