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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TUESDAY the 19 thjta the Since my lad arrived two Britifh which brought one French and one Hoilaqd Petersburgh Jaw writes he is in full March againft the Crim Tartars whofe Army is two hun dred thoufand Menftrong that penetrate into Tartary by the End of and that the Grand Seignior has fent fcveral experlcncd Officers to the to affift feint in the Operations of the That Count de Munich writes on the other that he was preparing to pafs over the Bog in to die Territory of BefTirabia or but that he was like to find Employment enough from the Turks and who have piisd and are advancing in great Nnmbers above Oc in order to encamp on the Sides of tbe two Lakes which cow that The Czarina lately held a Cabinet Council wirh wherein ft was that if the Turks were fincerely difpofed to make a it was convenient to aft in fuch i defeat the Accommodation That on the aft with a View to gain it was proper lobereajjy to Open tbe Campaign with Advantage And we are in Cafe it appcaVthiK the Turks were not in earned for Peace5 and that fcfufficientrbr the Ruffian without attacking tbe Turks to fond ready to give them Battle if they fought As for Doodttck the Kan of the Tributaries to gaveiirat fignal Defeat to the TaVtaVsof there ire iorne Advices which feenn to give Grdunds for fufpccHng his fo great by far as was given out for it was reported that two third of the City were reduced to not be left than thirty tboufand Houfcs but according to trie ftrideft there were but twelve including the Churches and other publick The Turkifh Fleet cruizes the Poft of Kertfch in the Crim and the of Tamerow but has yet aueinpted diftorbthe Ruffian Tbc Don Coflicks and the Calmucks have joined the Count they are commacded by a Son of the brave and Uiibful Donducte June ThcGrand Duke ofTufcany died Yeiler in the tfTrbYear to wfioie Dominions Duke of Lorrain by Virtue of the laft Treaty between the France and the Reversion pf which Dukedom be ing then agreed to bs given to his Royal io tieu ot that of now poflcfsd by King Julj We hear from the Tniky that Count Bonncval has been above a Month putting Widdin State of in Cafe it ihould be jjeikged bftht As ii was fufpefted that bis tJaftawfhip kept Spies feveral Pisces on our ftrift Search was rqade after j and feveral have been taken at Belgrade and ie the who 4havr confcfled that they held a fecrtt Correfpondcnce with July His Impefial to bis Generals in Hungary to open the Campaign without more feveral Couriers arq arrived jf ith ip Accoaat that Wey have been put in EJCCCUIion Armjr about Belgrade the 26th of afjC and are Ad vices dm Court has recefwd KiarMi Count Munich are of the jnftaht from he BinkiStbrRXveir Which is about 70 Verfistrbm the Ri er Excellency informs her Czarifh in found eYeiry iDay little Ri s rVitoE the that there was a pf Grafs fpr his Beef was fold fn nis Vtfhicfi Here a bis Marclf for wherehe pot haviogbeairtf that the Tlirks were wak o ojrjpole A Courier is alto ar but the Contents of thd Difpatch publickv V l A4 Merchant has1 rhade a Propofal to iftory of Broad Cloths thoufand Crowns advanced to Was believed his Demand would npdft ftccottnt otthe Advantage fucfa a ManUfaci wculdibeto Romeirtd whole Ecclefiaftical Jfojfte JVp brought 3tjg on ifras Kn th tbS Worlc aiid it ermify FN RiilEan who wenr had bsifc V6bb marching to Form the Siege of xvhich if a ftrong Place and well fuuaced upon the River Miflava in j it was taken By the Turks in the Year The Prince of bonrghaufwi ii advancing Ais Army into Tarkiih where his Defign is to leize and then proceed to the Siege of a flrong Town fituate upon a at the Foot of which runs the River Count wicb is upon his Maich for Wallacbia to attack the Tbefe Generals have arrive upon the to publifa Emperors dcHVof War againft the The Succefs of the Imperial will be the as they have many great Diffi culties to fur mount in their way to Befldes the Heats in they have a mountainxius Country to culc cnuugh of kfelf to but made alaioft impraAicable by tbe jfnd Batteries tbrowo up by Turks at proper to impede and harrafs them in thcU Publick Prajetswere ordered fn afl the for Gods Bleffing upon the Emperors Arm in the War agairithe but tbcre was a folcmn Proccflion at which the Emperor and his whole Court were to afEft and that the DtecbratioB of VVar was to be fMibiifhed the fime faid that it has prochimed m tlw andthit tbft Xutis have npt only done Unwon their but have adually committed by ftpm imperial i0i An lv noted j pJT 1 ie but the Exempt quickly filoncwl
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