Dublin Gazette, May 24, 1737 : Front Page

Publication: Dublin Gazette May 24, 1737

Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin bp From TUESDAY May the to SATURDAY My the 2 Since my la ft arrived two Britifh whicn brought one French and one Holland Ajril TH E Difputes between the Holy See and Court of Madrid are entirely and that there remains nothing now to adjuft but thofe with towards which good End his Holinefs has granted the King ot the Two Si cilies the Right ot having an Auditor of the Rota who full be admitted to the gregatiors conjointly with the other Auditors of the NextMonday is to be held a con in it is the Tope will make a Promotion of Cardinals but it is uncertain whether Signior the new Archbifhop of will be raisd to the The People of Vtlletrithat had been condemnd to the upon Account of the laft Tumult againft the are jud let at Liberty by lie Popes April Baron Dahlrmn has not yet agreed Upon anyone Preliminary Article ot Peace with the Grand which maies all thanking Men here very much doubt the Succefs of tba Congrefs we perfuaded jthat the Journey of the Plenipotentiaries to kudark more than a Feint to re tard the March of the Ruffian Army but it is very apparent that they will mifs their the Court is refolved not to be bubled into tbeLofs of any efpecially Count Munich writes he Ascertain that it will be a confiderable lime before the Grand Vixier can aflcmble an Army capable to oppoie If there rtjufl be a which we arc dubious the Emprefs venOrders to her who are to fet out tram to infill on its being held at Afril We have here the following Copy of a Letter from the Commandant of che Fortrefs of Bialacerkiow on the Frontiers of the UkrainJ it is of the lateft and fhevs hof touch the Tuiks dread the Approach of the Tb t lays he near eighty tboufand Ottoman Troops in the Nei nutkood of tbz vbere they are cutting down robole Fo b render the Roads between tbut River and the and retard as much at pojjible Mirtb of the Ryjfian Arnj That Army was in the of the Bortflbenes Beginning of this but mas to break up Camp the in order to advance to tb Bog and pafs that May The Emperors Resolution is fixed to declare the on the Return of the Courier lately fent to Petcrsburgh with a Copy of the Berrclau is and is fetting out hence for the Ruffian attended by above thirty Engineers and other experienced It is now that the Army to be formed in Hun 8lr7 will be in four different Bodies The firft near to ttnfiftoftwentyfour nineteen Companies of tyfbur and to be commanded by Count who is to have under him the Counts Philippi and Kheven Generals of the Horfc and Charles Lieutenant 12 Major and a Body near confining of tfat twentyeight Companies of and eightytwo to be commanded by General who is to under him Count General ot the Hone the wcttteaantGenerals and icein j and five The tfcird in coniiftiag OB thirty eight Squadrons and twelve undei the Command of Count Francis with two and five Thefe three confining of about fcventy thoufand befides the Saxon Auxiliaries and the Hungarian are to and make but one under the Command of VeidtMarlhal Count Seckendorfftill the Arrival of tbe Duke of Lot The fourth Body is to ad under the Com mand of the Prince of who is to have three LieutenantGenerals and fix MsjorIScnerals under him his Army is to confift of fifteen twelve Companies of Gre and thirtythree twenty It is to exprefs the Vsftnefs of our tions for a vigorous and bloody War In they infinitely pafs any thing that was ever known in any oi our former Wars gainft the May The Foreign for want of being better informed of what lately palfed here with Regard to Baron have related that Tranfaftion with fo many falle that it will be a Service to the Publick to form them exactly of the Fad j in plain TermSj is as toU That Gentleman had been here for fome in thii about important AfTVirs betwixt himfelf and the A Perfon of this who happened to tern bis Ser betrayd in Concert he had in troducd to on Pretence of defiring Employment f under butin the mean Time dijcoveid hjni tafoitoeof his old Creditors who caufed him to be While ha was in other Perfons tis like to do Service to the IStpublick of left noStoce UBturnd to keep himinCuftody and they made advantageous Offers to Lori only to protraft the Time But thcirCraft and WilcS c heirg difcovcrd by two who drove heartliy to five e a Method was found out to faiisfy the Creditors of the Couc tryj and as to the Debts ibat he wascharged with by for which he was like wife Aftir was argued before the who in open Court declard the Arreft void arjcl gruundlefs becaufe the Debt was not duly proved fo that ha wjs immediately fee at to the great Mortification of thofe who only aimed to keep him in to fcrve their icuhr Baron was rnt only when he was n but very great May An Order is that no Men or Goods ftiall be allowed to come on fhore or elfewhere in this corning from on Account of the Sicknefs reigning in Poland and lick and that the Mailers of all coming from mull clear their Duties on board of the Danifii Guard Shipj lying in the Road of May By the Advices from Danzick and thofe it appears Famine and carry great Numbers of People in Silefia and and and upon the Coaft of but that there is noc Plague or intefttous Diflemper in any of thufc Maj there is as yet no Day fixed for the of the States of Hollandi At their laft Aflembly Propofition was made on their Part to the States for claring for the all Military Officers who ftall embrace Roman Catholick or who fliall marry Roman incapable of ferving the In Probability will pafs into a feeing the great that refult from the Officers Changing their Qf marrying with Roman Catholick Thelaft Letters froiii Vienna do not bring any Account ofthe Declaration ot War againft the buc that the Maniiefto was to bepttbliihed j and ;

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Publication: Dublin Gazette

Location: Dublin, Dublin

Issue Date: May 24, 1737

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