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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From SATURDAY May the to TUESDAY May the Since my Jaft srrived one Britifh which brouphc one French and one Holland H S Court received fome Days ago a Lester which the Holpodar of Molda via had writ to the Fell Marfhal i wherein he informs that that the Grand Vizier having that when WifaiakofF was at be bad often adored him thai the Ruffians were my willing ro make up Matters with the and Ibc lame Aflurances being given by the Ambdfladors of England and the Grand ViZer had deter ffliacdthat the Turkrffl Plenipotentiaries fhonld fet outtheift in order to go to where they we re to arrive the of the fame and as the Ottoman Porte had accepted of the Media tion of England and the Ambaffadors of fhofe lowers would alfo repair to and wail till a PJace fhoold be agreed on far holding the Coo grtfs that the Tmks being asdefirous as she Ruffians topuiari End to the prefent unhappy the Grind Vizier the Ruffian Plenipotentiaries will imnrediatslylet forward to meet thofe of the andas both Courts are fo well inclined to put an End forte be flastered himfelf that his Excellency Munich would forbear to begin Ho to avoid the Effufioa of human It is faidthc FuiiTun Plenipotentiaries are to fet out from hence and are to wait ac KiofFtill a Place forth Conjrefs is agreed on by both Brflmt 4pril This Dutchy has fuffered very much lately by Fires that befides a Fire that broke out the i Uhoi laft near ets in this which was not ejrtin sd without great there was a great Fire feat very Night at in the Principality by which the whole Town was reduced to as well as the Town the Sale and the chief Parifh which waj a fine Stiuaure fo that the Caftle and feven Houfes near were all that elcaped the Tis tofpeded thac it was fet on Fire OB purpoic by fame A Farmhoufe in the Village of belonging to the Ecclefutticks that iervc the Chntcb of Co o was burnt the farce with a great Number of The Village and Manorhonfe of in the Piincipality belonging to Family u was likewife reduced to Afoesbv a not long before during which the blew very Ayril We learn from that the Rufilan Army continues its march along the Dnie and that one Party has already pafcd that and was actually crnployd in throwing up a Bridge oa the fide of May Letters from Madrid of the 27th of laft Month trut the Infpedors General of the Infantry and Cavalry had orders to repair to theic Departments in order to review the Troops in this Month and that in the mean time the Officers wsre enjoind to raife the neceffary Recruits that cheir Com panies may From Djnzick we that immediately after the Death of the Duke of the Dufchefs bis Wife had taken Potfeflion of all his Leith Came in the Ifabel and from Johs with Merchant She had a Man on board all overgroan wish fent from Guiney to James in May The Phydcians at Paris have made the moft favour able Report of Charbonniers Specifick Remedy fop the Venereal to the great Mortificaiionof of the Surgeons but for Fear of being too haity in purchafiag the it is refolved to commie 12 the moft pocky and as many to the Care of this and keep them in the Hofpital till November to try whether the Cure is and The Holland juft brings an that one Half of the City of Smyrna in and three Fortreffes adjoining were fwaOowed op the 5th of April by a terrible which laft ed 2 Minutes and that the fame Misfortune was felt at Conitantinople two Days whereby Fort malia was and the Canal on which it ftotfd overflowed a great Part of the The Spaniards are very bufy in recruiting thelf and every Colonel in France is Briefly to appear at the Head of his Regiment before the i8th on pretence of being ready for a and Marftnl Engineer General of if going foon so eive Directions for repairing and incrcaf ing the Fortifications of the Towns fituated oo the Thefe Proceedings of the French and Spa niards give Room tor Speculation Bat the rooft im portant Advices brought by this relate to the War with the which is become inevitable by the In faience of the Grand as appears by the Anfwer which he returned to Sir Everacd our Ambaffkdor at when he ttkiag ills
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