Dublin Gazette, August 23, 1737

Dublin Gazette

August 23, 1737

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Issue date: Friday, August 23, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin from TUESDAY to SATURDAY the 37 Since my laft arrived three BritiEh which brought three Holland and two French July iii THE Plague amcng the Tartars in the com mits more any of the preceding lities ever The Prince of Saxe Hildbouigbau fen is Mailer of all the Forts and that ivere raifed in Croatia ani by Order of the Rencgado Bonreval the Turks at Ntfla have eva cuated that toche Number of fuly Our lad Letters from ihe Army of the Veldt Marfhal Count de Munich that Lieutenant General Xeith and Lieutenant Colontl Heimb urg were dangernufly Winded at ot and that the Count pofing every Thing tor marchirg the uponthe Advice he that tiarjurks were aflembling in thufe Parts a numerous The farther Particulars of the Conquefl Ol Oeiakow fays the Attack of it lifted which tbe Turks made fo defperaie a that the Lofs I attained by the kuffians muft be very tho not near fo great as few of the TheBafhiw of the whofe Name is was Count Munich had his Hat and Coatflvot through wich fcveral but had orly a flight Wound iri one tho feveral of the other Generals and Officers oltbe Ruffian Army were wounded particularly Lieutenant General a the Baron de Lieutenant General of the and Captain went to Ruffia laft Year from JaTy The Court ot Spain has acceded to the Ge teralTreaty concluded between the Emperor and As bon asGeneral WalHs entered the Hofpodar of chat Coun trycffered to put himfclf under he Emperors and to pay him Tributes upon Condition of being defended againft any Infulifrom the Turks and the Hofpodar of Moldavia has made the feme Both tis will be accepted by ihe Imperial bccaufe they promife to join a Body of Troops to the Imperial as w elfas to pay large Con ilife Dutch Minifter in has wrote to the Mirifter of this that the Sultan was retired privately to forfear of an in his Tberes Advice by Letters from the of the I ith Thatthegrand Army of the Turks is fo lurrounded by the Ruf thu it will be obliged to run the Rilque of a in o get clear of them That General La after having e Tartars who oppofed his has laid Siege to Gian ih and that his Army is poded in fuch A Manner as be able to join CSeneral Munich in a very ihort ti July A the Turkifh Garrtlon jnarched out this to be condufted to accordirg to the the Imperial to whom the Gates had been given ftnce entered the of whtch Geutruat is made Com General Count who was detached with to fummon with Body of Turks at 4 tee from he and took a Horfe three The whole Ariry is to march the 26th the heavy Baggie and Artillery being aU under i Lieutenant Qc di Litwifz The Preataiiouj akinter July The laft Letters from the Veldt Mar l Count Lafci are dated the 2cl and bring ebac duringjjis March towards the Ottoman confifting of three Men of j 3 70 Half and fonw ther had frveral Times cannonaded the Ruffian confiding of 2i7 that on the iftthe Infidels having the neceflary Oifpofitiuns for a general began a very furious as well on that as on our Army that by en camped along the Sea Shore bat were fo well and fo fuccefsftifly anfwered by our that their Gallies and other Veflets were oblidged fcoihcer off and get behind their Men of War andabout Four in the Afternoon the whole Ottoman Fket theCoaft a boat Tiipfe Letters the Veldt Marfhal had detached General LevacbdV witfra of Troops along the Coaft ol the Muddy to give a Diverfioti to the who was ported with bis Army at Precop arid thac the Calmucks and whom he had fent out in had already to the Camp a great many and above twenty thoufand Sheep and other We have had no riers trom the Veldt Marfhal Count Munich the ijth which makes thac the Turks or Tartars have feizedS them by the July the Radian Minifter received a Courier from Count with the News of bis having taken That Orders is feot to to detach Men from thence for Bofnia3 to ferve as under tfce Prince of who has no more than Men of Regular Troops ard of thcfd he to empioy Pare ingarhiflxing the Pods which we take one r That the with Bqnneval at the Htad of are reinforcing tbemfelves in Bofnia and that when the Germans made their Ap proaches to the Governor was fo chat be would rot let the Officer who was fent wiin the to fummon htm to bat upon the very iirft Signal be founded with feis he orderd a Cannon to be by which the Officer had a Horfe killd under and peters Cockade was Ihot off his ft the Marquis de goesto as tis reported he it muft be for btne important that his only Bufinefs there will be Kj make an Hrquiry into the Damages which theEngltflj com plain they have fuffered in Americaj and to remove all the Diifew rences between thofe two Courts in order to preTentthe tion of the Refolution wbitii the Court of Great Britain has to fend a Squadron to the if not another to the We have News from that Come before tbct Ifei rival of the Dutch Ships fitted out had taken three Spanifh Barks which is an Affair that is like to be at tended with The Matter of an Englilh Vcffeljttft arrived from Barcelona that at bis coming away there was only a lew Foreign Ships in the Road j no appearance of the Jeaft pofition for an as the Nolle teen lot iome time and that the Troops diflributed in feveral Places of Gatalonfav to the number of about twenty feven thoufand kept themfclvcs very There is no News from ihe lHand ot wrkc from Placenr1a thac gious Diltemper among ft the Blick Gatile made great ta that and was even fpread into the the like Murrain among the horod in the at and upon the Frontiers of Balilicatai to encourage the Emolatbn his bis let them that in conferring GominaRdi las will regard Rark oor Length oi buc Merit ;

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