Dublin Gazette, August 16, 1737

Dublin Gazette

August 16, 1737

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Issue date: Friday, August 16, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1061 The Dublin Up From TUESDAY Ju to SATURDAY jbgufl the 20 A Continuation of the lap July 1 A FTER the feveral Tribunals of this 1 lm Dutchy had taken the Oath of Fidelity to the Duke or the DowagerPalatine likewiic took a provifion nal Poffeflion of all the allodial and raovea of the late Duke her in Quality Hcirefs We have received Advice that fome of the Troops belonging to the King of foe Two Sicilies are arrived on the Frontiers of Tuf and Baron de Wachtendonck has thought pro ptrapon that Occafion to take Meafares for the Security oftheScate He has brought the Foot from and put therein theCitadel here ail his Horfe juhasfenl towards Sienna and theSiaieot July The following Letter is anew Proof of the great Moderation and Humanity of his Majefty towards his The grand Army is decampd from Barakin and Territories of which Place wasinvefted lift the lotfl of July S The Emperors Generals have Orders to treat with all polfiblc Mildnefs fach of the Sabjedh of the Porte as iallfobmit themfelves to bis Imperial and 1 are defirbds of becoming his To that I ajfopn as they enured the Turkifh they pobliQied a That the tho obliged to make War againft the Grand is not tftelefs refolved to give Marks of his Protec tion andBounty to ail the inhabitants ot the Tur kilh that think fit to have Recoorfe to them and that therefore they may remain their II Hooks and follow their ufual without the leaft Apprehenfionof being The Soldiers ate like wife forbid to commit any Diforder or Pillage in the Places that upon pain of be with the utmoft Rigour of Martial 1 AJMoldavia is a much lefs confiderable Province than 1 it is taxed but at Ducats Contri but Bofnia has been taxed al above Tbe Galley that ttruck on one of the ia the Danube is not yet got offi but the three that were in Company with her got to where the are tote joined with other Veflels now arming 1 toerY They are aO tbftay at thai City till the Siege ofWiddio is refplved which Place they are wWle iheir Daly On the Night between Wed rieiday and Thurlday we had here a terrible Storm of Wind and Rain one ot the beautiful Windows of the Cathedral was blown Frame and into the and Jhattmd to Aogaft 6 and jmy IMS now confirmed that there ft fome Regulations on Tapis between this Court iadihaf jof for the reciprocal Advantage of teTrade of their ia new Spain and BrafiU An Extrtft oj Letter pom a Merchant at Junt I wrote you by the PcinceWilliam loth March j but as he was unfortunately taken by a Spaniih Man of War about 1 50 Leagues to the Edit ward of I fuppofe the Letters were ail The only Pretence they had for keeping the and by which they expedt to make her a lawful was her having fome Braziletto on which they fappofe be the Growth of Tome of the Spanifh Dominions j c whereas this came directly from the Ifland dence to and is the Growth of that i very They feat the Ship away with tne and fome of the with twenty of tbcic own diredly to the to which Place the Man of War was bound after he had cruized oa the Spanifh They likewife at a foiall Ifland called a large Dutch Ship at taking in in which Ship was the Governor of and Governor of The Dutch Ship was bound to but fell to Leeward of al the I and made PortoRico fir ft that Ship they likewtfe Tent to but the two with about thirty they put on Shore ac about 60 Miles from whither they were obliged to travel from whence he Governor feat a Sloop up with alt the and landed rhem at Eftatta They reported that the Governor ot Domingo was tremeiy kind to but they were very rl cd on board the Man of I bear that they a If a took a Ship belonging to bound to before they took but could not leara either the Ship ou Matters On Monday died at the Seat of William i at Tring in the County of after a few Days the Right Lady Mary ecood Daughter of George late Earl of leav ing Iflue two Sons and five She was re markable for all the Virtues which could adorn her higri Blrtti and exceedingly beloved and univcrfally The Turks have given a new Proof of their Courage and Hone fly thofe infidels have found a new way og making hitherto unknown tothe worft of bariaas On the 9th of Month aoothei Fire broke OBI ;

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