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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY June the ttf SATURDAY July the HIV lift arrived tWO BritlOl UJjf iait Which brought tWO f rencn ana One Holland Mails ty this had recciv ed a TH E laft Advices from rich were dated the 4th Court is that he Letter from the Tui which they informed him that they were on the and defired a Guard to convoy them to Kudak that he had anfwered his Let ter and advifed them not to go to Kudak but to which is a neutral Place belonging to the Repubhck of Poland But it does not appear that this Court is yet informed whether the Turkifh Plenipotentiaries are gone to Biala on the Frontiers for new Cird lilicwucj that an r totheNiepsi near Perevolotchna from where they waited ind asfoon as that is arrived it is thought he will to Befieae By this Time it is thought the Cza but ft is faid he defigns te fet out this May The Terms of an Accommodation between this which feems to fland in as much need of be tfM The Paragraph is worded thus Tis certain Cardinal Acquaviva hasobtained a Brief from the and that the jane tent to the Ring of whereby his Holinefs Government of bis ot which he exhorts here are the more him to continue the ppatient to know the 1 crmi of the they are affured that the Caiholiek todiminifhtbe Number of May Count fee out for krences that are to be held ite That in tbe mean fe whole which towards River arrive in a Fortnight g pe rfift n to Hocked with Provifions for f BOP where it was expected it General Lafcy embarked the i3th Command for Crim to which ucwiry Time marching by The Flotilla vUch is in the Sea of confillsof above 500 exclude of 120 Veffels for the who ferve on Thofc Vef fcb draw but two or at moft two Foot and a half and are withal fo fpacious and that they will eafily bold with Ammunition and Proviiions enough lor feveral and in cafe of any Enterpme are capable ot here conftrue the late fair with the Court of and Cardinal of this ufeshis utmoft Endeavours to perfuade the Pope to it to which Purpofe he has fent to his Holinefs Copies of ral Titles he found in the Archives of his Metropolitan demonstrating that the King demands no more in feveral than whauhas been and antiently acknowledged to belong to the Kings his In thefe CircumftanceSj we have juft received from abroad a vary ficPiece for confirming theCoure in their Refolution to Change in the Ecclefiaftical Affairs theTitle of this Work is Hiftoirc dit Dorlt publifhed lately in England and Neverthelefs it isbelieved that the Court will take no final Steps in tbe ontil they fee the Refult of the Negociations for accommodating her Differences with the Holy A few Days ago xve received Advice that our Gallics have taken a Barbary Man of War offixty Guns the Engagement was very obftinate and bloody on both June The Nobility have relolved to fend away a Deputation Tomorrow for to notify to the Emprefs the they made in Favour of the Count de Biron to he Duke of Courland and Chamberlain to Imperial propofcd to the the lending like a folemn Deputation to the new which Propofal is to betaken into Coniideration We hear from thac fuperb Equipages are already arrived there for the new Duke of Courlands Entry into this which is to be moft magnificent but we are aflured that his Stay here will be but for a few and that then he is to return to June the Filcal of the Admiralty of who was named to be the third Commiffary of this Stare for the Tariff to be fettled with the Low isiince dead upon which Occaficn it hnjs been thought proper by their High to have a new Election of three Commiflaries that Zealand fhill name another Commiflary in their FifcaPs Room that Holland fliall have the Nomination of and the States General of the third and it is not doubted but and firft intended for that mil be The States General have likewife named three Deputies to go to in order by all fort of amicable to the Succefs of the Agreement now on Foot between tbe Magistrates of that and the Prince of Ooft The States of Hol land who feparated on the 22d are fummoned to reaffem ble here next Wedncfday Seven Sixteen Ships of the India Fleet are arrived in the Ports of thcfe and the reft are daily June His Majefly has been plea fed to conftitute and appoint John Lord Monfon in the room of Benjamin Earl of Fitzwalter Thomas Martin Edward and James Sir Archer Richard Plum and Robert Herbert Efq in the Room of Sic Orlando His Majefty has alfo been pleafed to conftitute and appointjohn Duke of Montagu to he Captain and Colonel of the Firft Troop of Horfe in the Room of John Earl ofWeftmoreland and al fo to conftitute and appoint Francis Earl ot Effingham to be Captain and Colonel of the Second Troop of Horfe Grenadier in Brigadier General The King has been pleated to conftitute Sir William of the Tufticcs of but the far from by putting them ona Footing Icfs prejudicial Jcrley the Royal The Miniftry is difpofed to fettle this Court CONDON
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