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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin SATURDAY t6TUESDAY Jugufi the Ofl Sandaj Arrived one Bfilifh and YdUrday People are in here for being and the whicli brpaghc twoflolUnd and ODC French great Mdery vaft Numbers of poor People are redded Mails to byihe late jThougb feveral Perfons have beefr Rome July taken up on Sulpicionof being as yet none SOME Days afte rne News of the great Duke have been cortfrcted of Tfilcanvs Death a Memorial was printed Yeftcrday came Advice by an Er to the fetring ijbat the Fortrefles chat Fieto Marflial Count with a De of Radicoiaru ami GamporeaJe on the Froa laCbment ofCount SeckeodorfPs confiftiag of tiers of and the Borough of Medici Regiments 2000 t femog Jomwily given Jy ibe and fix ta NlfiV tariffs his totheHoufe of at Tcompetto the Bafhaw commanding in the to holding of the Holy his Holiaefs ought to fammon bimUo furrender without He de erder Pofleflioo to be taken ot them ifl the Name of the manded 20 Days for fending n the Grand Vizier and Holv See thofe Fiefs devolving to the Church receivicg his Orders but Goont PhiJippi returned An DDon Ihe Death of the laft Prince of chat The if he did not give op the Place in 24 te has held feveral Conferences on that bui hemuftexpeft no Quarter for his Garrifonor are aflured that the Pope has refolded not co revive Inhabifann ibat IbeGreat Airny of the Im btt as well to avoid drawing new Diffi perialifts would quickly came before the Field iritiei ppon as not to any Obftacles id Marflial Coone Seckenrforff having received Advice Way the Accommodations now upon the from Count Phiiippi how Things made all the July A Courier is arrived here from could with his arrdappeared before the Count wiih that he ha4 but without his Artftcty v But the not ver JBog the iihf aod of hjs had already roadea Iboat a hundred and I veVerftsiroro tioa with Count Philippi on the On the sndone hundred frorri wirhall his Army and 28th Count SeckeadorfTtook Poilcffion of the Artillery on four Bridges made of and had in which were found 150 Brafs Cannon and found DO to oppbfe him oa the other when wifb great Stores of Ammunition and Men might have hindered a hundred ihou On rhe i2Ch loftant Count Golo finder offing the which is about a hundred Paces the CzrriQzs communicated lo the very the Banks and about thirty States General an Account which he had im Count Munich iays that OcZikow is far thar Veldt Marflul Count Munich being ar tberfroro the Bog than marked in the Map be was rived with the Army or Ruffians under his Command farthing that PUce the i8th of when before made thenecefiary Difpofitions for the Courier fet who alfo informs that ths attacking the which defended by a Garrifon fcoo Men which are commanded by Keyzer of about 17000 That having carried oa tad joined the main At Count Munich has acquaint his Approaches towards the confining of edthe that he heard the Turks had at Bender fortified Lines and he made an Afldolt w 15003 and at other Places on the Niefter opon them on the inhof beat the Enemy out bo which isnota fufficient Number to pre ot and advanced to the Ani his taking A Courier arrived here mated this he refolved to make a general Days ago fom Samara he was lent by Major Attack on the and after a fharp Dif ral TrubetskQy to inform her CZarilh gained the Palifadoesi the Turks hung out a touhe gieattft Part o vhe Boats that arc carry ing White Flag upon the Walls and and the Munkhs had happily pafsd fame Day he took Pofleflion of the In the Ac toCatarafts or that are in the River lioa a great Number who made an6b is thought Count Oftcin and the RufTun Plenipoien ftinate werekillfd The Lofs of the Ruffians are fet out fcora Kioff before inoiderto was alfo The faid Ambaflddor COUDB Nisneroft where is faid Tahlman and the Golowin notified at the fame Time to the States Gcne h Ministers will foon We have had a jhat Geneial with a Body of had OQ thetfth the Misfortune of another ge entered the not by the Ifthmus of in this which in lefs than ten where the Cham of the Tartars had above five hundred Houfes amocg which is drawn together a Body ot his Forces to oppofc ajor General and that of the Prince by eroding an Arm of the Sea at which Tome is very much It is Mufcovitc Officers had difcovered in the laft ithe in this laft Fire Expedition to be i ttiU of NQ body can the FrighE
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