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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1737, Dublin, Dublin p The Dublin From TUESDAY Jugufi the ta SATURDAY Juguft the i houfandts of Peoplereduced to the therefore ordered taofe whoare burn in thc neighbouring Villages d with Bread and other Neceflant VisPur fcll the Officers are chaj fflV u n Flanders Peters N unknown Perfon was fefled here two Days with about him on fearcbirrg the Houfe where he feveral different things were found proper for et ting Fire to It is faid that he Hopes of Pardon has prevailed upon him to that he be fcwho fet Fire to Mofcow and talteUkrain that Count Munich parted the Bog the jTwas making Dictions for thc Siege of Oczakow 5 that the Pripec of HeiTe Wbourg in cafe of that command fObfervati0n5to cover it and that CountMunch in a readinefs at thc fame time to give Ba tie to the if they ihould come to relieve the Place or at The Veidt Marihai fays the Co flacks are of great the Ruffian Army when they come to a they don t and but plunge in with Arms and has from Marial Munich were dated the I5th paft at that time fUfiio Troops had not yet palfcd the except a Party of rogue and Don Coffacks which fwam croft i the to chafe f if that appeared on the other but retired at Approach Count Munich does not know it I ihofc T mm d towards Bender or A Ruffian e as a who had found means to get into She ftajed ten is returned and hasgiven fdTMarfhal Munich an exad Plan the Place which will be tf great Service to him he comes to form the Siege of the iL This Court expeas to hear in eight that Count toniob has panTcd the Bog and arrived before unlefs feitrfe advance and hazard a Battle to prevent the kh may tffibly this Courtis informed that a have pa d thc Danube with about ihvAnd As Felc Mar Ail Munich affures her the troops under his Command are in perfect he hasireat Plenty of Provifions and this feems not to but that he be able to give a ccount of the Turks in cafe they come to an eCooriet that he met not far from the a B ody ot with a great Quantity of Artillery ProTifionstbatSvere inarching to Count j July TWO ot the Veffcls that failed lately from tocc by theDanuhc ior have run ground rear H and what is three laden with and other Stores of which fee out from e Jor have been difperfed by a violent and daihed to PJecesj fothatfeVerai four hundred and and net lefs than a thoufand Bullets which were on are fttok in the and the Ships Companies had much their the Army under the Count de Secken paffed the is arrived at and was oaaipon T the 2d or 3d in order to enter the TurkiiH Xcrtuoryand march towards but the Troops are very e Heats in tloe Da which wife to the Waters of fome of the Rivers of and to Grapes and new Wine of the Country for which the S diersare forbid to drink the or to eat the They write from that the Chevalier de commands the three Men of War built was with by Favour of a very thick to an lOand in the Middle of the above where he has ereded veral from whence be can with eafe fink every Ship offers to pafs that River and that the Ships are ftatiored in a Place where they cut off all nieatfoti Watsr and the Part of IfSe ProTtfiotra tor die Gar There is a new Alliance between the Emperor and the Roman Catholtck Cartons of Swiffer in which it is faid the Protcftaoc Cantons are to have no Petersburg July The Army of Veldt Count Munich took three Days to pafs the Bog that trom the 27th to the which is the Date of the lad Letters that that General wrote to Court he that the River is Dot above loo Feec buc fo and the Banks of it fo that Men could difpute the Paflage of it with an Army of Men but no Enemy except fome fmall Bodies of Tars who took to their at the approach of the That General detached feveral Partiet of Coffacks to reconnoitre the Enemy they advanced within 30 Wrefts on the other fide oC the but without making any The Portrefs at Ociakow is an Hexagon regularly fortified the European ttuch incommoded byjhe exceftve Heats in tloe which the Rains that breed Cho which have been partly ovvirg r E ij very certain tfiu tfie Court of Spain at length promifed to accede to the Treaty concluded between thJ Empecor and the moft Chriftian Ring but declared at the that they will only accede to it as far as the faid Treaty is relative to the which has been already accepted and figned by his Catholick Majefty 5 and that as to any other Articles which may be infcrted in the faid and which have no di reft Relation to the his Catholick Majefty has de that he will not be concerned in them nor For feveral Days we have had here the moft violent Rains that ever were the Water running thro the Streets like a rapid River and it the like Rains bad happened up in the the Vineyards muft have been fpoild j but it was thofc Rains had not gone Alderman Parfont is ved here in good farity Letters from of the ijtbbf that they were ftill in Perplexity about the Affairs of from whence they received no Manner of News j and that the Republick took no further Care of them than if every Thing watin Such an in a Tiffle tbat tbe Republick Co make Efforts to the Auda cioufnefsof the Rebels of that I II a confirms the Reports fprcad abroad that France has a Mind to grantits good Offices for reef tabliihing the Quiet of the and the Genoefe affeel to give out that they have infinite Obligations to the French with out explaining themfelves further on that We had Advice from Florence that the Palatine had difpatcbd a Courier to from Emperor that the Regency of Tiifeany Ihould Ije Conferrd on her after the Death of the Great Duke her Brother but it is very much doubted whether the Duke of Lorram will confcnc fa And this JDoubt appears the better founded becaufe the Prince de the Dikes was to take Pofleffion of it in Form the i ath el this and de Wachtefidonk had puc almoft all TrooptS in tooppofeany Atrernpcs of the iop Cafe they hould go about to throw pftacles in the By Letters from ot the igth we that die fcree Minifter there rrwn ike Puke of
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