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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The the yAi to SATHRMY Since my laft arrived one which brotfeht one frirfefr afii JiWW Mad 4 E We now received by Way ot that rhe Garriton of kow hung out a White Flag on the 29th ot and defired a reaionable Capitula tion i but was refused any other to furrcnder from the and eiptfted at this City in on Account oi tteaih of theGrand Puke of Dominions are now oWolvd to himv that thuls Court has fent an to rhe the the Auftrian with Orders to at Tis thought the new Qrand Duke illto tike Pofleflton of and that t S t i j duftrioofly concealed from and atlb to to ou che Pro jefts carrywg on againft you 1 that Steal now take will draw on 017 Head and MaHcf thoje Men xuho aife daily employing their and to hinder yotuc Majeily and principal Miniftert frora being acquainted with the Proof of which are con tained in this Book They have blindfolded you but I have noli heikatcd to cxpofc asyfeli to their becaafe the Bufi about is to render the rBodrffentiai of all to your Majeiljr and I 3 Wttticfe of rbegreatefr Part br ijjc Miracles contained in this am going to gtre ail I have to the and to do Penance for my At this Harangae tbc ithrg barib oat a and tt Mid ntgbt the Member of in hisZeal fof Che Ring Religion was taken out of his Bed br a and carryd away bodily to i Laft Week afl Chambers oi the Parliament itp0tt the faid Car re de MongenocJa and coeheRipg that coififting of Counfefiors for Members of the Great ChamfiferV teo of tfc and fottr of theRctjuefts vrene to SKteftrances to the King on that His Majefty s Anfewerte the was r 1 to tormyPcrforr flliril let yoaltaow my the eotopleat upon Pain ot being and the oWirfaries are to Mufter them every The aetDamage which the Inhahitants of Ottajano fuftaind by the Emotion from Mount basdetermind the Governors oi IkMount ot Piety to lend them what Money they ftand in need without Don Charles who having been casdol committing leveral Malverfatiors during the Time he was fotfident pf the Royal under the former to Prifon has been difchargd of all the Accufations 4 t and rcftord to his uly Donna Maria Antorietta Mar Monte Lady of Honour and High Stewajdefs f tbQueens died in this City the 3d aged Sfe had been Governefs ot the late King Lcuis and the fffcntkingof Letters from Lisbon that Anna died the 6th ot this Month ac in the Convent of aged a hundred and and took the Habit of a Nun in that Con Rot at the Age of JtUrty July Some Das ago was arrelted here by Order Baron and carried to the of Belvedere and Yefterday he was removed to Account it is not made Publick Several Domefticks jjfci are alfo baniflied out of til A Plan is drawn lor putting tbe Troops in wit a belftr hwe rejrclwd Irom Pifaa thoufand Barrels of o he into the the that the Spaniards continue to diJijjentlycnthe Fortifications of and other iave augmented the Dumber o J i de Carre de a Member ol the vrjCJit to Vejffailteito prefent a Book to the the Miracles of Abbe and ad fotils in the tollowing Words t4Srei tliat ardent Zeal which has made me highly uneafy for haVUkewile oblig4 in to compote this Sfito dUcover to you ftvefal Truths which hare teen Wehhc to add tb what bis Majefty has oft told that the Time did not permit follow log of Forms in punifhing fo rafli a Step in which thftKiog found nothing of the Julf The King the Day before Yefterday foi Ildefonfu and having received an Exprefs from an Account ot the extreme I Itaefs of the Grand Duke of he ordered the Prince of Campo Florido to repair immediately to his ErnbaiTy to the Italian which he did the July Letters Irom Piedmont reporct that were there amaflirg great Quantities of arid cfpecialljr Our Letters from the Ruffian Army that the Veldt Marlhal Count Munich was makingall the neceffary befieging The Grand Vizier has or derd a Body ot Turks and Tartars to pafs the bis Defiga being only to harrafs rbc Ruffians as much as poffiblc on that but makes no Shew himfejf of coming to a Some thick hasOrderseither to land upon the or endeavour ta draw the RuiCans on the other Side of the by which he thinks to cue off their Communication with the Haguey The States of the Province of Holland are this Day and have before them for their the Treaty of and othej to them by the Imperial and French Eiccellency Wai pole has for fome Days had fe v er a Conferences with the Deputies ot the States on thole The Court received an Exprefs yefterdajr from the Prince of with Advice that he bad not only made himfclf but thac aOetacb mcnt of his Troops had defeated fBody of by of Batrialucka who was kilJd oo the We hear from Traniilvania that General Count Wall is had enterd where he was well receivd by the vrhocaxne to ttieet offering to put themfctvesunder the Emperors tection and that the Contributions raisd in that mounted to The Turks nave na but it is faid they are aflcmbling all their Troops in the frontier which they pretend are numerous enough to form acorjftdcrable V
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