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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 17, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY May the to SATURDAY May the 1737 Since my Jafl arrived two Britifh which brought one French and two Holland April AST Wednefday his HoKnefs began rte Funtfiori of Bldfing the Agnus in Pretence of a great many Parlors and the next Day he finiiked the Ceremony for thofe Agnus Deis above fifteen thoufand Pound Weight of Wax was made ufe of That Ceremony is performd bat once ift feven The famous Surgeon and Anatomift Cechini is fet out from hence in order to ration on Cardinal Albani fora Polypus in the By tire hi ft Letters from the Veldt Marl Munich we that the Coffacks of in thfe Neighbourhood of having purfued the Turks and Tartars In their precipitate Retreat from the they up with them at the River where they killed a great Numberof thofe and took a much greater Number Other the Waters of the Borifthenes weffc three Feet and a half higher this Year than which facilitated great Beams and PI inks on the which are designed for binding other and a Fort in one ot the Iflanrb of that that his fleet may He there all the Winter out of Danger cfbdng Upon Advice that the Turkiili Plenipotentia ries are o fet out from for the Place of che Ith of his thofe for the Crsrina received new Orders to prepare every thing tor their Deparure But it is frill believed they will not bsgin thefrjourney until the Couit receives pofitive Advice that the Turkifh are arrived at the Place Jppointed for the Apiil All the Ruffian Troops have actually their and marched to join the Grand whicH formed rear between Kizemierzyk and Czario TheVeldt Marihal CounfMunich is arrived in the Ar and hastirdered all the Officers to provide themfclves for lix with every thing they may have Occafinn lor and has few again en afcquarnl the Crown General of thac tbo he ftould be obliged ro march along by the Republicks fee would neverthelefs cake Care chat his Troops fhould not pals April The Senate has received Letters from their adors in dated the id and 4th of 0 with the following h Audience the Englifh and Dutch had 6f the Grand Signtor before they fetout for the Grand Viziers theEhglifli Ambaflador faid in his Tjit bis Bi k employed bis Mediation with th more etbc preftut Situation of the Ottoman Empire nndered very nscejjtry for T he Ambaffador of Holland knowing e Ottgftidn Pride cannot bear the lead to make ifa mention in bis Speech of the neceffity of a Peace i And this DffTerefrce being the Kaimaikin mide Anfwer Nuneof the Grand Thit his acceptedtbs Mediation of the Maritime Povers out ofaftegard to fifi and not Jrom any Neceffity of clawing up bccaufi able enough to carry a War againft his ne Audience they each had a Prefnt ot a FurrGoA Sir tverard raulkncrs wasoif and Mynheer an It feems that a Number of Papers have diTperfcd ifl threatening to deppfe the Gram andttj put his Minifters to I to the d Demolftion of Afoph andtbe Populace mouth fSfoudly that the Mufti ard Dolors of the Law join in theory Jpril General Baron dt Meuffirg fet out of this Month to go and command the Irtrperial Troops i nia until the Arrival of the Prince of Saie xvhich will he about the latter End of is iorrre Alteration in regard to the Camps to be formed in gary the Troops being to alfemble on the Side of from and not ac Vipalanka as at firtl Yefterday went off from bence a of large Borts for having on beard therri feveraf Fieldi Pieces with the tJannon lately arrived from Bohemia and it is aid that in a few Days another great Convoy will faff fen C afceC them with a vaft Quantity of all fjrrs of Letters from Ccrilantinople tbst the Ottoman Cfctirt difpatched an fcxprels to the Grand with Otders Ri fiftidl without Delay the Plenipotentiaries to the Place appointed for the even thoj the Preliminaries hould not then have tieen agreed Thofe Letters that the Turkilh Fleet hai iSc Ait for the Btack hut was forced back again by contrary Winds thrarthe Turks were equipping fame Men of War Mediterranean and that they bad lent away a great Quantity of and Ammunition for their fortifyd Places in the May One hucdred and Eighry Seamerrare fent away for the Emperor their Route was tr Irons whence they are to proceed to Belgrade by Two hundred and fifty more are to be fent by of and chat thev flrill riirrng Seamen for that Service with the greatest talc lb great is the Zeal of the Get mars cfall to h jht againft the May We have jafl received Advice from Vi that the Declaration of a War was to be there forthwith agairlc the Ottoman Porte with the ufual Formalities Ard others from which are nvo Daysfrefher fay that the fame was actually They add from that the quifs of BrandenburgAnfpachs eldcft Son was dead of the May The General Officers begin now to fet out daily ore alter another for and Counc felt is gone to this Day to inform the Emperor that he is ready to frt The DuKccf Lorrains Departure is not ever fixed May As the Sicknefs in occafioned by the Milery of thac and the extreme Drynefc of the 3ea increalls having reached to Dantzick and other Places rn that the Danifh ourt apprehending that ic mdy prove thinks fit to take Toms Precautions in order Co prevent tlic Communicaticn of it An Ordinance is therefore prepar ing to regulars a Method of Quarantain for all Ships that come from thofe and flop in any Port of Denmark which will be im parted to theForeign Minidcrs as foon as ic is May The Saxon Troops tbat are to ferve in gary will begin to enter this Day into and will be all there by the ijth Baron Friefe Lieutenant General mand them till the Arrival of who the King till the Troops are arrived in May 2i The Mates of Holland continue their Affcm onaccoun or the Anfwer ot the Emperor and of the French King on the Means propoied lor the fettling the Affrir ot fhe Suci ceffion of Juliers ard which was delivered to the Genefal on Saturday hli by the Minifters of thole two Tiie States cf this Province have granted to the North K of i30OO Florins to wards repairing tfaeir 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