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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1044 The Dublin SATURDAY June the tcrTUESDAY the 1737 si t pjy arrived one Butifh which brought one Match Y a Letter horo Bermudas by theWay of South dated we are in that they were mdcr great Fears wanting there being not a Bufhel of Com to be fold in the whole aod that unUfs they had a Jpecdy there be a not a Weeks Provifion being in afd that a great many poor People had for fanetime lived on t The Court has lately received the Countde his Majeftys at Vienna but the Contends of his kcpe very The Difficulties that Accommodation thisCourt and are entirely removed and the Mini after having exchanged the Qiders Paffports which they had received from their re off fevcral Couriers upon that f n th Inft We hear from Cadiz of the VeiTd arrived from the they itceifedLetters from dated laft with Advice that the Flotilla was to fdil in April or May for June The accompanied by the made a general Re iew lift Monday of fifteen they were fourteen Hem sunder and yet notwithftandmg thecjceffive Heat of the not a finale Soldier fefl thing paflid with all the Order imagin The preceding Evening the Prince Royal had a null Attack of a never thclefs it did not hinder his Royal from flaying with his Brigade all the next Day the Review was over he was obliged to go to BedWhile the King was at Table with the Generals who commanded at the Re MajorGeneral Sidow was attacked with the Falfy in his Right his Majefty immediately or dered him to be and he is now much The King has fince made the particular Reviews of the Regiments of Schwer Glalenap and There iwery Djy open Table at which is to conti nue as long as the Duke and Dutchefsot Wolfenbuttel Hay Yefterday his Majefty received an Exprefs with that the Regiment Sonsfeldi had been in its PafTige through the Tenitories of Laoen by fome Hanoverian becaufe the Re rial Letters ftorn the Coinl were not vet arriv but as foon as were the Regiment fraspernriitied 10 continue its and is to arrive the its Quarters about Major Ge Couaide a Lieutenant TheSfates of Holland reafTern bled this and have chiefly ufider Conlideration the Affair of the aucccfTion of Bergues and and the fettling a new Tariff for the Trade between thele Pro vinces and the Aultrian Van Hoey arrived on the i5th Inftant from and made Report to ihe States of his at the Court of June We hear from thai they had there received Advice from that on the r 5th of the laft Month a fin a If Detachment from Baf tia of about thirty Men having landed near unto in a Place where four old Women and as many Chil dren were at Work in the they flaugbier ed them infomuch that this little Party became every Day more and more Aod there is no doubt but that the who are alfo Matters of the and fuperior to the Tioopsof the will ad ia like Manner upon the firft Report has been there fpread that ihe famous Louis Sciafferichiet of the Revohers was which wanis for as much as this could not caufe Alteration in the Affairs ot this that other w enjoyd toe lame and were to hold the principal or whicff Ftirpole ihe Gallevs had Been fent They write from Milan that the Mililary Execution done by the Soldiers of ihe King of Sardinia upon the Lands of Campo Maggior in the which that King claims as belonging to was occasioned becaufe this Prince having feat Orders to they bad relufed to obey and had torn them to Pieces in and that three or four of the moft confi derable had been aad Soldiers lent Co quar ter at Difcretion upon It is advifed from that the General held every Day conttant and fecretCons ferences with the Great whole Health was more and more uncertain j and that in Imitation of he had feuded a kind of Regency lor the Government ot his Advices from Naples fpeak of nothing bat Che cqn fternation that City is in upon Account of Mount Vefu whicb ftill cootinues vomiting in a naoft dread ful Manner a flaming Torrent of by a new Opening which the Fire has made above a Mile lower than ttie Mouchof The Damage done by this con tinued Eruption is io that the Country People and Villagers are all flocking to and even the Inhabitants ot Rezina and the Annunciada have quite abandund their to retire into the The Terror and Confternaiiou is June Lad Friday was interred in the BuiyingPlace ot his the Right Thomas Bail of Dundonald his Lordfhip is facceedcd m
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