Dublin Gazette, August 6, 1737

Dublin Gazette

August 06, 1737

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 6, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1837, Dublin, Dublin MANIFEST E was rery fenfifefe ot what Importance it was to fay from the Turks the of Prolong che Ghrifliw f till teit to all Right and ft tfi qd ious Su as Wen as to feaflen the Conctufion of the Peace before the End of and in toi the BfcnjeJuklyfall on the that Cotttit Konigfegg f an ample Letter fo the Grand That Letter is anhrxd to this TrucEs uinUiri it Wft convincing that the Tenour bfit is alone fu Refblutioa which the Emperor is oblfgU t take at J tot which Rcafon the Grand Virier did think to undertake to refute it by his Anfwer on the t he faw himfelfforeed to applaud tbe maghanintoos 3d mentsif and the Imperial Court would hare toons enough to be fatisfyd with the Sttccefs of her had tha Endeavours for the Benefit and Security Name than to give theleaftrcom iwifptfci fee had any to take any Advantage of the and Pterpteiity irf which the Ottoma n Affairs were iitbjt HOW little Suecefs focvet bisjormer itepsiiad i met he would ftifl try the Way of convince rat only the Chriftun but the Forte that HatlafYhe raoutdbe obtigd to take a lhare In the t te not lie tiadtexhaufted every other tandbeeiufe conftaat Fidelity in fulfilling hts permit him to delay any longer tbe heowd to i IOOQ have then been offerd to the Powers that trtrttn tf and the ol afl the equally ttpbh tie Empwor Awld logger defer fulfiHng his During thefa the Grand PrinceTSugene of and a little caart a fecoftd Letter from addrefsd to Coorit Komg 1 fefgk FriiiceY Sifccdfibr to the Prefiderrcy of the CrtdneH cl Tfeefg weTedimonies which the 1urlcs wiR 1 Tho that time forth tbe Imperial Court had 1 to put tnExecution what was afterwards iaid in Count Romgfeggsfiftl Letter to the fame Grand ine was wifl to Turks more Time than was neeef4 fery more lalutafy Advice but at the feme time Ae did not at the Refolution the Emperor bad taken to affift cbq Ciwioa to tbe utmoft of bis io cafe his Offices had not chsSuceefshe from tkmVery 4 ttr were ilie Views of the Porte from being fo fin cwe S9w only eudwraufd to gain time by vague and fife white entirely taken iip great of reuniting Seftariesof Omar with thofe of Aly r and the Court ot Ruifia made thofe Exprerttons imrftediatety doabte The Imperial laid a Strefs as was convenient lipQh the Contents of that Afcfilfer tlieCoUrt of Ruflia was by an extraordinary Courier feflt Oifpatcbes tor that to haften on her Stderthe Coccluiion ef fofalntary a Work as that of and without any LofSof Inftafices for the fame Effect were made to the Porter which are to in Count fecond Letter do the c Orand Neverthelefs the Hojpes that had Seen conceivi qf feeing Qjiietnefs foon re1 rot continue t anothef Letter from the Grand Viiieir followed clofe apofj the Heels of this that Letter is to be tottni at the Foot of this and its Contents area lefs doubtful as well df the PorteS being far from Inclinatioo to as oft ne is urtder fioTlty ftarted up by the Forift the place which ihe preterttedtittgot to be held fh the ihe tofdndbee MinlfterS Heftipotentiatiei of I is afi to the Confines for treating of except heir Mij the Ruffias firft confented to the Reftitutian of r enongh to report thaf Demand to rtiafee fcnfible ttf theCorilequences of The fmpefial Courc feme ot them in Count Kofiigfcggs third Letter to the Gfatrtl VildtaL which makes the eighth PleCe joind fco tMs Meriioria j Ac has herfelf upon it in even the principal CbrilHaft f but fee has taken Carft neither to cbntertt herfelf with the finjplf fending of the Turkifli nor totreit bf 1 and the ever to traverfi that Onion bi Courts which brofce the Meafures were taking made uie of all imagina to perfuade the Court of that had not any from the who would always con td gwdOiSces and that Peatce might be etfily che Ottoman and Empewr did not intermeddle io fpoke in quite ierent Language to the Minifters ot other T be oi c Power ike had to execute her pernicious Defigns againft Chriften dom during the War with Perfiafhe qualftyd with tbe 4 Tttteof paciiiclc SetttinWnts 5 aftd ftfed other wife than with the Concurrence flu being pricci j pally concern The three Letters wrote by the Emperors Ortfef tiai rendc this Truth fo efidentj that no body can to doubt ot In the mean on the firft Advice thijy halt at of the EnTed which the fiift oFthofe Letters feemed to have the Czarina immediately framed Pie nipotentUries to aifift at the though thofe for thjs Porte were not yet nor Place lot the Congrefs fixed A new Proof that neither the Emperor ngf Czarina o mitted any thing for haftening the br tbe But her Ruffian Majefty cauled to ba declared at the fame in the moil dittinft and exprefs manner that it was only in the Congrefs Ehat the Overtures foir Peace cbukt ought to be The Porte could not pretend Caufe of Ignorance of cfpecially after the Letter which Vicfriakcnr writ to the HofpAilor of and of which a Copy is here In a few Days after tbe Earoeftriefs or the of to fendt Plenipotentiaries to the to flacken upon the Reception of the Grand iecjjnd already From that time forth we loft almoft aff Emperor deiigod tottHe tlOb ;

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