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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1040 The Dublin From SATURDAY Jane the to TUESDAY June the nefs is generally agreed to be it may welt Since my laft arrived one Britijb looked opon as a dangerous and jaftly which brouaht one fiench and orie Holland Warm aflNailonsfrhp bare any lijtcrcourfe with that VT but more efpectafly where moft Peo pie remember the great HaTocJc inade by a Plague n fr brought from A Fliff from Maj X bound For Archangel lits DOW in ffew Road but hav ing DO Certificate of the Crew arc pot per TH E prodlgioas Heals this Sealon having mittcd to come OD and GQpatmffioners are gone melted the Snow on the Mountains ot out this Day to examine what Condition they are Swiflerlind much iooner than the Rhine has been thereby fo confiderably fwelled that feveral Places have been Mgy laid under Water particularly in this Sunday laft there was a Cabinet Council at StJ hour all ihe Country about it being drown when fnft ructions were lent to id to fkh a Degree that there is no getting to the his Majeftys Envoy at the Court of to demand Gates of the City bat in a trefh Refutation ot oar Merchants Ships which hare Pttmburgt May We hear thai the Don Co flack been taken by the Spanife bis Majefty hav a very fuccefsful Irruption into the Neigh ing if chat Aflfaifbe ttot foon detf ta of Precop The Prifoners th y took fend a Fleet of Ships to criiye in the American thaukcTurks have reeftablifhed the Lines of Next Week bis Mdjefty wilJ come to the Hoofeof and pot them in a much better Condition ot Defence Petis to give tec RoyaJ Aflcnt to the 1 nfolvent Debtorf ihwfhry were that they have ttkefriftr ratfid Wfltnimfter Bridge the feveral Retrenchmems in the ia which they the Witermans the Sweets and iiave placed five thoofand regular Troops from ral other poblick and private Which wiU be and cxped another confiderable Reinforcement from ready for thai We near alfo that the Veldt Marfhal Count This Month the Cafhire of the Colloms paid into Lalcyhas embarked ail his AUiilery and Foot on board the Exchequer an hundred and fiftyfive ihoufand Ihe Flotilla for the Expedition lo the Ifle of and the Cafhire of the Exeifc paid ia two and that his Cavalry and the Coflicks marched by Land hundred and fixcyooe thoofand iloog the Coafts of the Sea of Friday laft the Lords Commiffiouers ol the Admi VmAy A new Reinforcement of Bark ralty ordered an Account to be drawn op of the and Boa Baildtrs are art ived from the Lower and of the Royal and the that to work onthe Gallies that are building and gre cruffiing abroad as Station Ships about the Mediter jhey have promifed to build in 15 or 16 Days at ranean and the ia order to be laid before fanheft Each Galley is to mount eighteen Pieces of bis Majefty in It is pretended tbat the Turkilh Pie From that fifty tboafand Men are gone to aipotentiaries that are going to have Orders undera Preteaee of coniuming the Forfaw toconfent tothe Ceffiofl ot Afoph but as it is con firintd on the other that riot only trte Inhabitants lis well known that Spain is To far from laying a fide of but alfo the Jinifliries and the her thst flic goes on with them as Part of the Ottoman ftifly oppofe gently as and her Troops are not very remote tot this Court is peifuaded that the Propofi from the Sea Coafts which may well give rife todi lion to be made by thefe Plenipotentiatiefts with vers at a time the Emperor is intangled than to gain and therefore refolvcs witlithe and has few or no Troops ia tot to any By the Holland Mail arrived June Tht Precautions taken hete to that the Tarks have acluaDy commenced appears daily more and mOre necef by burningTome of the Magazines to Imperial Walla for though alt the Ssafaritig People food the chia v fo that the Negotiations and fo uiiftofPrufljaabfoiuteiy deny that there islny con much talked the Cbriftiati and Torkifll gioas Diftemper in thofe yet iy the MinUlers4 tarn but to be njere wary Bill which has been received from it The laft Letters from Sooth Carolina that a that Per teas died therein one profound Tranqaility reigned as well as ia vaftjy abae the ordioary that con Georgia afldthat there was little or tboie PoUadj wfiete the Sicfo the
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