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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin Qazette aoth TUESDAY the From SATURDAY gince my arrived two Britifh pacquets Pfovifions Turkift Gmifon trf of Lu u u r u j iwwbitants as went out along with are gone towards Which brought One French and One Hollandf carted by a ftrong of Arm7 a will march to 74 f7They write from that the Council continued to meet in the Houfe of the Prince of and amongft federal Regulations lately one that the Criminal Judge THE Veldt Warfoal whoTartary entered 19th oflaft his March the fame Day towards Arabat Some Prifoncrs that near that place fifty thoufand JanUTaries were drong ly intrenched within which bad been drawn for defending the Country on that and every Day expected to be joined by JoboSpahi GeneralLacy Party ot Coflacks and who brought in fome from whom the Veldt Marlhal was informed that a great Number of Turks had joined the Tarta Army encamped within the Lines and that a Part of the GarriCon of Caffa was ilfo arri ved Atteman Commander oi the who with a Body of them and Calmucks entered the Grim by oneoi the Fords lately difcovered near forced a Retrenchment thrown up there fince that defeated a Sultan that and killed ot his Men alter which and took a confiderabk Booty oft ind We are afraid that what was communi cated laft Week to the States by the Count dUhlelcldc and the Marquis de was not the Vienna but only a Draught tit a Difinitiye which has not been approved of tetj and tis even that the Anfwer which their High linelfes have caufed to be made provisionally to that fating to tht Communication of that is not very ind that it will be no better by the Courts of Vienna and than theirs was by the with Regard to Bergueand We are jaft now that the Marquis de GI has re Reived an Order from bis Court to go over immediately to Eng fcrxfy and that be is actually preparing for Waac upon he does not yet for the Order he has waived only that he mud prepare to and that his Inftruftions feould follow him without Mean de Fenelon and Count dCJhlefeldt feem Co be very much perplexed tmnvthe Meaning of this luddcn Order fent to dc GilJes ind the becaufe of ferns they have heard of an the Plan ot we are is actually toballance the Onion between the Courcs of Vienna and Verfaillesj Union which fome Politicians will be oi no little if the Emperor Ihould gain any considerable Advan over the It feems the Imperial Court is the better pleated to that the Turks have refufed the Mediation of the Maritime hopes that the States General will mark fuch and be thereby the better inclined to grant Leave to the Emperor to bor ttw Money in Pienitat It was General Philippi that had the Honour Reduction of The Balhaw had fo little Courage that Je Airrendered on the firft Philippi had but fix Field Pieces with and the Veldt Marflial Count Seckcndorf Cbridttion to form the Siege of that Place for want of his y which was then let out for Semendria Moreover a was abte to Cuftain a Siege in all the and had a of 4000 The Imperialists in taking pofleffion of Cinooos and with a great Quantity of wd that icverat have been even and divers and Clergy exiled for their wick ed A German who Ailed himfelf Baron Sterken but in Effeft was no more than that Gentlemans Footman wrs conduced to Prifon under a Guard of 25 Horfc for bis notorious We learn from that they ftill went almoft Night and with the Preparations for the Reception of the future Queen ot the Two which is believed to be the Jk that the of Niffa has wrote to Count that he was mightily pleafed that a Prince of the Duke of terrains Ihould appear to enter the Bounds of his becaufe he is thereby furnifted witb an Op portunity wing him all manner of afterwards lent bis Highnefs thefe did nor in the or retard the taking of Auguft 11 and n They write from that the Emperors tiaries have demanded of the Hngifth and that the Mer chants of Oftend and Flanders ihatl have the fame Liberty of trading to the Eaft and Weft Indies as the Engliib and Dutch Mer chants From ihat great Rejoycings have Wen made there fot three Days together tor the Succefs tt their againft the Turks in Hungary and that the fame has been done by the prefs of They from that the Ravage Hade in thfi Crim laft Year by the Ruffians was fo that above thoufand Families were obliged to leave the Country for want of and that above Forty Thoufand other Families called Mogaitides bad put themfelves under the the fimprefs of through mere dread of the CoffacJo asd fy Letter from me far9 c That fome Members of the State publickly acquainted Count dUhleteldt and the Marquis de Fenelon with the Surprize that the States General were that the Courts of Vienna and France fhould qpmmunicate to and demand their Accdfion to a Treaty which according to the Copy that was de livered to neither be figned nor ratified j thefe two MJ to prevent the Reafons of Nttllity that mfgbe have been objeAed againft this were obliged to difcover that the faid Treaty was figned wMay laft and that their Caofe in not delivering to the Maritime Powers Copies wherein the Signature was purely from a Motive of towards Great Britain and the thereby exprelfiog a Defire of tbeit Approbation of this Treaty before it fhould appear and ot tkcir acceding thereto I he fine Condufl was 3 obfervtd
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