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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1049 The Dublin top From TUESDAY July the to SATURDAY July the Since rny arrived two Brititti which brought two French and two Holland Ntmirowin My TW O Thoufand Five Hudred Foot and Dragoons are going to be pofted in this tor the Security of the Plenipotentiaries that are to treat here of the Peace between Rufiia and the Porte and that Count Munich has patted the Dnieper with his and incamped on the other Side ot that A Letter of May 77 from thatthe two TurkifhPle lotairiaries who are come are attended by the Great the Sultans with a Retinae of 2000 befits 91 150 and a like Number of Affes for their Baggage and btfides they have Krolloht 70 Tents with them of extraordinary Magnificence Jane Court the Emperor s went from hence the 3oth of laft in order to follow the Ralfian Plenipotentiaries to Niemerof it is thought he will bs neara Month on the Road before he reaches that We daily apeato hear that FeltMarfhal Munich is got with his Army onthe Banks of the River where fome think the Grand Vi zier will oppofe his Paffage to prevent his befieging Oczakow bat by all the Accounts this Court has from thole they donotfeeffl to have an Army ftrong enough to oppofe that of the This Morning the Mofcow Poft brought the melancholy that the greateft Part ot that City was burnt down by a Hre winch happened the 29th ot laft Some Das before iFireconfumcd a great Part ofihe Town of Jeroftau and laft Night there was a Fire near her Majeftys Summer which hasdone but little Damage but the Lofs of Mofcow and Jeroilau is not to be June The Duke of who arrived here the with Prince Charles his continued his Journey the fame Day for the Camp at where his Hijhnefs ex pcded to arrive tbe i We bear from that the four Regiments of Foot that are in Garrifon marched out the gd bencamp within the Lines of in order to wait ttearrival of other and then march together to the Camp ot which is but a few Leagues ditlant from It is that the Count SeckendorfT had em barked feveral Regiments ot by the overflowing of the could not continue their March by Land June By Advices from the Count Munichs Army was entered the Dekrtsof the and was advancing by long Marches towards the leaving the fiidDefarts a little on the in order to pafs theRiver a little Diftanqe from its and in a Place where it is The great tire at Mofcow is withthefe that it began the 29th ot May about 11 oClock in the and lafted till four oClock the during which the Wind blew with great fo that above fifty thoufand rrmft of were burnt and the Damage it has efpscially in the Cremetian is very able 5 but that however the Treafury and all the Archives are pre particularly thofe of the Secretarys Office for foreign Af The worft of it that a great many ot the Inhabitants loft their Lives by this unhappy and that the great Church of the at the was amongft thofe deftroyed by the Fire at the Cremelin in which there was a magnificent Luftrs of Silver with feveral which patted for the largeft in and was formerly a PrcfenE to the Courc ot Ruflia from ihc June Since the Powder Magazine was blown up here by we have had another very confderable Mif fortune for on the4th a Fire broke out here with tuch tbat we were obliged to fend to the Neighbourhood for J it was as much as three hundred that came from could do to extinguish after it had reduced 22 and buried feveral 1erions in cbe fl June It is now feid that we hall not opfn thel Campaign with tae Sitge ot as hath beenall along believ ed both by us and the but with the Siege ot a City of on the River NiiTawe the taking ot which would of the greateft inafmuch as it would fecure the queft ot the whole de CommUTary the fet out from hence for whither the four new Gallics are to fail in three or four The its has promtfed the Slaves on board tbofe Gallies to give them their as foon as the War with the Turks is Count de Welzegg fets out this Day or Tomorrow for in or the Emperors Minifter fane The Regency of this has ra ceived that the King of Pruflia has Poffculon in dia Dutchy of in theDutchy ot apd on the Frontiers of this of leveral Lands which Baron de who now refides at has fettled upon his Pruffian alter the Death of him the faid It is faid that our Regency has fent Advice of this AfTir to the Courc ot Great Britain becaufe among the Lands thus taken PoflciEon of by the King of are thofe of fituatein the Dutchy of which immediately depend on this The though fhe recovers but is now on the mending and in a hopeful By all Accounts from Dartzick the Mortality there daily DecreaU es This Court ftill thirksfit to exadl a due Obfervati on of the Order of which is the more be the Magiftrate ot Damzick does not ieem inclined to take any Precautions with to where the Plague unquel tionably Rages as the Wool of Country is ufually brought down about this Time to the Sea there is the great eft Reafon to apprehend that may be conveyed abng with They would certainty not be fo Rigorous in tins Point if they did not conceive the Danger ro be very firceths Woollen which they diligently may pofli bly ftand ftill for want uf the prelent Caution and Difficulty in fupplying thepi July Letters from Petersburg which arrived hft bring an Account of a dreadful Conflagration chat happened at and confumsd two thirds of thac great Two or three and twenty Thoufand Houfes have been burnt down to July Yefterday the King made an End of reviewing his Troops The Queen remains in good Letters from Corfica thatthe Malecontents ot thai Iflmd received by a Veifcl fuppoUd trorri feveral frrall Pieces of and Powder and Ball and delign to raife aBattery to mount them for their Defence againft the By a Ship arriv ed ax Leghorn from we have an that the of the Nephew of the Bey of Tunis having entered that Place took Peffeflion thereof by marching a Body ot Troops Tis added that he had offered a Reward fcr any that could take him being if to keep PofifclTron of alibis We have noMannerof Account touching the faid co be carried en at Barcclon fora Spamlh Expedition to the Dutchy of Wbitebafl July having been thatthe Repuhlick of Verice had Ihewed particular Marks of and Honour to the Pretenders who was lately in that City undtr the Name ct the Count his Majdty was pleated to that Signior Refident here trom that Repub ihnuld depart out of his Dominions in two Days frorti the Signification to him of fuch his Majeitys which was made to him by a Letter from his Grace the Duke of one of his Majsftys Principal Secretaries of Stare and Bufesello fct out accordingly tor Dover on the pafh
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