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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From SATURDAY July the to TUESDAY July the laft arrived one Britifli which i i i Fanaers Mai Viz brought one Zanders 31 the Britifh Mbifter has received another Cou rier from his and has fi nee had a long Conference with Don Sebaftian de la Secretary W 9 of the French AmbalTa JaW T tus not yet fent back the Cou ricrthat brought him the Articles of Peace between the Emperor and che mod Chriftian King It is faid thai be waits for his Cacholick Majeftys Anfwcr to theComniaoication he made to him ofthofe The Courthas alto recett reff on this Affair from her Ambafodors at Vienna and Pa rity aad a Courier is alfo arrivM from Cardinal Ac his Majeftys Ambafiador at Rome Since bif arriwl we have a Report that the Difference be tween this Court and the Holy See are upon che Point of beiflg entirely Ii is agreed that Gonzi ihe Ports lull come here forthwith from Bayonne 3s a private and as foon as the Artidisof Accommodation are agreed opon he flftll the Character of NoncioV be ltdged 10 that The laft Letters from Lisbon take that new Difficulties have ftarted up be tytca the Courts of Rome and relating to fe Pouugueze Majeftys that tbe Dignity of Cardinal jhall be hereditarily annexed to that of Pa triarch of the which were fent by order of the Court to are embarked on board feveral Ships1 the We and that they are tocar with them a Quantity of and Ammani The Publick form various Conjectures of the Expedition in which thofe Troops are to be employed h U is fcarce that the Cout t has a Defign3 to violate their good Uciderftanding with any of the towers of jwe The King of penmarkf Mini WMO the Diet basdeclard toihofeof the other ProJ Powers that his Datiifh Majefty it very ncceflafy for the Evangelick Body to new Letter to the reprefeatingrhar wcr given by his Imperial Majtity to theMe whtch the Profeftant Powers had caosdrobe by iheir coacerning the the Treaty not Co the and that they therefore prayd the Emperor to explain himferf in a Manner more precife and ioitable to che Expedttions of the Proteftaitt The Miflifters that reprefent the Evangelick Body hewn an en tire Difpofition to do what the King of Denmark dc and to write to chetr refpedivt Sove reigns fbrthe neceffary ia the June The Inhabitants who have feveral Times folicited the Court to make theirs a Free have again petitioned the King for che but it is uncertain whetherthey will carry becaufe IE it oppofed by the Inhabitants of and other SeaPorts of Pttersburgky June Several Provinces of this Kingdom are reducd to a very melancholy Condi dp rr by the overflowing of the Danube and foroe otberRi verst which has hid ajgreat Part of che Country under They had very bad Weather inxthe Ne Tockay a nil ther with Hail as bfg as Hens Egg tbe Vines and Cattel Jiave fuffertd extremely on that Oc and feveral of the Peafants have been woanded and hprt by the The overflowing of the Danube has mightily incommoded the Troops ed albog thai River in the Neighbourhood of Vipahnka and The Hay and Forage that had been gathered together in the Meadows was fob merged by the and the Incpavenienoles attending thefeDamages are Tjie Price of Pcovifions is alfo frelf as of Wine to add all tbeie feveral Diftempers are got in among the Inhaoltantv which makes it be feard that they wit communicate themfelves to the The Cattle are Cackd wicb Diftempers irr different anrfall tbefe Calamities trc the morefentbly fck by he of the Imperial Troops in The contmue deftroying aU the Country on their fioot whence the Imperialfts might draw any and their Prcparattousof War are nothing near fo lidmbleagainft the Emperor as againft the Czar to TheDefigR of tbe Grand Vizier in advancing the greai eft of his Army towards Bender and Oczakowt was to pat thofc twd Places under Cover from being the June The Advicesconcern ing the Health of Dantztck and the ncighbouriog Farts are nowfaid tbbe very favoarablrv however this Cosrt basnoi as yec thought fit toWcontinue any toprevent bat oa con paVjrffre grown rather ftncl in if a they are natvcntircry ratiified with the late Accouni from that City ofihe DtcreaJecT f t Li L 1
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