Dublin Gazette, August 27, 1737

Dublin Gazette

August 27, 1737

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 27, 1737

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Friday, August 23, 1737

Next edition: Friday, August 30, 1737

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Location: Dublin, Dublin

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Years available: 1706 - 1997

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 27, 1837, Dublin, Dublin r The Dublin From SATURDAY to TUESDAY Atguft the 1737 Laft arrived one Britifb which brooght and ooe FUnden jj July E have a certain Account that the Grand Vixii has with Mm near not above and on the which is A fanciest Norobtr to the who are very inch encouraged by their taWng in fo ftoU A Courier arrived day at Veldt 1 with Letim dated tnc pen lit by which her Cxatifh Majefty h fee M feflt a Body of Coffacks and Kalmncks waitack the Turks near bat tbey doncd their Lines bcfoie the CoiTkks nd Calmncks grt tWtber upon Veldt Mfirftal Lafcy wfolved to go and plunder an open trading Town ctll which is pot far from Kaffa and from rttncehi Excellency deligns to kilow the Torkt J who have retired with their ffloft id the Motifflaicrt If a ta it U bclkf ed the wiH roy tttty baf e already bar rtt i hwdred and fifty Villages j and Veldt Mar haj iicb will probibly fend foroe of the under fcis Command frbm Oczakow to Kiflbarn and to dfftroy the Country on that S Coent Seckendorff has feat Ge with a to lay Bolgaria to befiege which te 4Uce touch ilronger than of imicii more diffl better femifhed witfl Artil gTid Aftd Count cmbled a numerous weUdifcipltnd which the Germans great Op Orders from the fet out hafte for Cenftafitmopte tMit what Rwfoa The Hoflars of Carolfa Regiment alrooft all cut to The Dragoons of Jorge r fuffrred very as well as tee Regimes of infan try formerly Guido that of WoJknbutiU ie the Emperors and that of A Colonel named HaUwail was drowned in iheHJver Hondred Men 5 ther Colonel named who rs one of the Emperors with a great Number of of her Poor Cannon andfomo were loft in tbe it it ftid that a good deal of tlie Specially Prince fiildbourgbafl fees were The Prince railed the siege of the ttrefth Inftantt to retire to The Motberto Qpeen of Dcamar died Yefterday abooi Five ia tfce Mormogat in the 7010 Tear Augttft 23 the Coairoifiloneri ie Uiely afpomtfd Rotert one of ifie lofpeftars of the to be InfpecorGeneral of the Cuftoms chroeghout PMce of cod By ievcral pnvaie Letter s jaft by the ordinary of the we areinforraed of the following 09 Strnday the 4th a Bodydt in feFl iwith Eleven of the Clock in ifee upon t above 3000 which Prince d tent on the other Side of the River Prince from aMoBOtaki befbrt that AttacV feverai rd ihat The Aaiori faded tiN Turks tfce of of Baniatecfca Sittiet but were atwayif epulied tfoeicrfrof the IMS By a Leiter from Hollandwe feavt reeeired following which is his Priiannicfe fwer to the Imperial French upon their commiaicating to him the Draught of tie definitive and is as His MajcRy the King of Great Britain h feo fible of the Regard that tfeeir Imperial and tian Majeftieshave fhewDj io caufiog Drieghlol 4 the definitive Treaty be commaoieatetJ co him 1 their Imperial and rooft Cbfiftian Maiefties cnaffDel in Ml Ma w40 not tail oa atf Oceafioai with amiaal W make Jokablc Retornf The King fees witb PltafSra the Jofticc that hat c been done 10 his for the Preservation and 1 As to trie Reqatft made in the Memorial delivered by the and French that his jefty Aottld with ail convenient ksowa whether fre ftoald take Par tin tbctfefiftitfot Trtatfi and in what Manner j js the fame afed had to the Statfs GeneraL and as bis Coring the late ti is always io Concert with ibem in evert c fbiog that regarded the Reeftablilhroejit of his Majefty woold whhoet Ldfs of concert with their upon the Rffoluiioa that be tdktfl joiuriy ia tathJs ;