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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY font the to SATURDAY Jme the Suet my la ft arrived two Britijb which brought one French and one H VeldtMarlhal Count in ins Letter to the with an Account of his having failed the i2th or April to attack the Ifleor Ta that the Ruffian Heet conliftcd ef ar hundred and iijitv nellies the new The Company othe Trade to and the new Colonies in Great are wring to fend forthwith to thtr Faftors at Derbcnt and a great Quantity ot and Metals taken from the Mines new May 1 Vhff King having approved the Regulations igieedto by his AmbaJTador at Paris with the Miniftersot the ChriiVtan King for fettling the Contefts between the Spaniards Portugutjze in the Sieur the French Cabinet Courier is gone hack this Morning with News to his Court of that Couriers are to Cadiz and with the in Virtue or which their Catholick and Portuguc ie Ma jefties are to fend the neceuVy Orders to their refpftive Suhjeifts in the foe refloring a good Undemanding among thtm Mm The Governor received Advice a few Days that Felucca belonging to Nice had landed two Officers at one of whom was Count Antonio of and the other Signor John Captain in Lord Regiment of Guards and that chofe Officers had repaired to the Malecontents which is within View of this and delivered to the Marquis Giuzialo the Prebend Letters from Lord informing them of his Detention in This News caufcd J Confirmation in the and the Marquis de Rivarola ievirjg that hich an Event might be lavourabla to ought it his Duty to take Advantage of ic 1 He therefore caufed feme Officers to cry from the Top ol the Ramparts to the Mala totems Centinels itfceats they vtre very near that the Republick offered them a general and that the Chiefs bid to do Chan to fend Deputies for Concluding a Treaty of on the fame Footing negociated when the Imperislifts were The Centinels haying pafied thefe to the we obferve it affembling in Form of a which we took good O men but our Hopes did not laft tor iromedu afterwards we heard a Cry among them of Long live King our and at the fame time a general Difcharge heir The MaLecontsnts then advanced up to our nocwithftanding our great and fmall fhot at crying Jthaloud never would acknowledge any other than that if he had the Misfortune to were fare that one of his Family would come and govern Ni and that they would ihnd by their Eledion To all this that if the Burghers delayed furrepdering they would all to Fire and This put us aH in a dreadful A we redoubbd pur grgat and fmall ihot upon to retrfid alter having contertipiuouQy ftood our Fire a I Hours nor did they go away without taking leven or with which they made in an advanced we near the L My On Ssunday the 22d the moft Chridian Ring F 9 carnopndiog bim to leave his Houfe at Grosbois in four and repair to Bourge in whither he has baniihed him with alibis or trie Remainder of his Every is preparing for the Queens her Maj in the mean Time is in perteft good May The Turks new Propofals ok Peace are found equivocal the View of the Porte is ftill the which is only to I pin out a Negocistion till he has compleated all her Pre paratiors for With this View we are even perfuaded fhe will teign to cede with a Relerve to break the Conditions as foon as ihe finds herfelf able to difpute that Conqucft by Force of Nothing is more artful than the Behaviour of theGrand Vizier When Baron Dahlman trld him the Emperors he anfwefed very That the AS a good was obliged to fulfil bh if be bad catered into any ivitb the Court of While the Porte thus endeavours to a mufe us as long as he takes Care of her own Affiirs he hns not ony brought rnto Europe the Army fhe had in but has likewife ealled nut of Africa a great Body of veteran which flie referred to make her Idil Effort with agiinft the Perfians in cafe of All thefe Troops ther will form an Army of above three hundred and fitty rhoufdnd Men Shealfo hopes for great AiEibnce trnm the du at his leaving this affuied our Minifters that the moft ChriftMn Ring had not orly reprefented to the Porte how much ic was her to accommodate Matters with but alfo declared that he would not meddle with that Qumrel or We hear fjom that the Imperial Troops were on their March to the refpetftive Camps slfigned them and thatfeveral and a great Quantity of Am had been taken out of the Arfenals ot that City to fent to to our lad Letters from the Porte is to have formidable Armies this Year in the Field That agairil rhe Ruf fians to confilt of two hundred thoufand among which ber will be the greateft Part of the Troops that ferved icr lia the Armies to be formed agsirtt the Emperor in Servia and Bofnia are to amount to an hundred and fifty thoufand drawn rom the Provinces of Egypt and Thoffe confirm the holding of a and the Difpolition the Grand Seignior tor a upon Condition that they grant bim honourable Terms and fuch as fuit with the Dig nity ot the Sublime June The Ruffian Flute is gone from hence to wards the North She flopped hereto take in frefh which aiter fome Confideration was permitted the Precautions againfl the Sicknefs not being meant to aff ft 311 Ships coming froai the but orly thufe from ard the neighbouring DrcfdeUj June Some Days ago a Meffnger arrived from fent by the Polifb Minifter at the Ottoman with the News of his having been admitted to an Audience ol the Sultan and that the Porte have refolded lend Minifter to compliment our tie dor upon bis AcceiEun to the Crown of A Meffenger is alfo lately arrived here wirh a Letter from the Imperial wherein he in the Name of the his Polifh Majcft s that the Plenipotentiaries appointed for the treating of a Peace be tween the Turks ard Ruffians may hold their at row in the Palatinate or the Turks having already agreed to it Tahlrmns Letter prefles a fpeedy Content on Pare of chis which is lookcfcupan as a both the Turks and the Ecnperor are inclined to According to the laft ters from the the Siege of which wastalKcd af two Months is not yet begun the are on th have paSed the and are going to form the BJocadc of the faid
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