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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin ir Since my lad arrived two Bririfh Pacquets S two one French and one Flanders Munich was unformed b a th Count to S th cne8VcMt Mariiul received Advice by a Party back to 8 Two of the Incendiades concerned in the late have been before and reconnoitre tbe and then to his Men Officer acccrdirgly drawing pretty near the received or the hrft a whole Volley of Cmnon shut from the and was then attacked ay 2ooTuikifli fothat he was obliged to gve a little but receiving a fpetdy Succour of DragomsandI Co he then forced the Turks to retire in their 1 urn 1 he ImpcrtalitU loft in that Encounter 100 was a Captain ot and a Captain ci The Lcisoo Che Turks was ilill more Our Advices thac our Ti oops were feird at Work nn the Line of which is to extend from one Side of the Danube to the other j that the inverting Army was reinforced the fey three Regimcrts ot Horfc and ttat Veldt Marfhal was arrived on I ha Side ouhe Danubs oppciite to idcin with the Troops ot Tran teDe had been employed to reduce the little W in STe ard tent the heavy Artillery iiddin was to be employed in he Siege ot Niffa and chac th A fie which tbe Governor o Widdin returned to venbuller he fummoncd him to Iurrcnder that place be had Orders trom the Porte to de end it to the v 1 he Family of Ccllowrath has received the had Name 17The Court received an Exprefs a few Days ago from the Veldt Marfiial Count with Letters dated the 25d of importing that he arrived that Day with his Army at a Place 70 Werftes irom in which Town he had left a Garrifon of 5ceo Men and that he was continuing his in order to ihe Niefter near to pof fcfs bimfelf of that and then to Augi6r We have received Advice by a Courier from the Prince ot who encamps at Machi ia near the Frontiers of thac the Turks in tnat Province have been and make about ifty ihcufard Men thac they were divided inco feveral tbe greauft ot winch was pofted along the River in order to binder ihe Imperulifts Letters irom Hungary mention a very bold Enterprise done by an who has a CoOKJiarrd intinrTrocpg the Duke This who fpeaks the Tiirkifc Language nerfeftly difguisd himTelf io the Habit of chat and found Means to get into the whofe Situation and Condition he examined very and took a Plan of tbe which he delivered to the Duke of At the tame Time he re norted the Number of Troops othich the Garrifon as Sfo an Account of their Stores and The Duke prefcnUd iiin with 400 Ducats tor this important and hazardous Viannn 5 The Barcn Cap tain in the Regiment of arrivd here fcxprefs irom the Imperial Grard with the agreeable that the Marikal Court de Munich had gained a compleat over the Turks bet ween ard Bender that the Batjlc Jailed thrtc the ard 4th in which Ailion the twenty tour thousand either killed or Pri els have dcferted his Service ard tuen i s being k led in the were given out b the n deceive the tmperors Gene and 10 make hem be UhaeGcnrral would very much dilcorcerc ror that ihe and that hcc the h with Command next Mirifters at The Emperor has Cent to his Mini Hers at Mith iorre TbofePtefcmt among other 1 nngS o tear Ool d R ing Pieces ot hnt Qu different j r The daft Advices from the Army the Comtnard of the Veldt Maifcri that he inverted Wid the d upon that Occafton there a Rencounter between the I urks and a Detachment of five hundred Cuirafliers undw the Command oi a Licutenani who was ordered by onersIartof the Enemys Army has retreated utdcr the Can non oi Berdert and the reft towards the Danube Snme fay that the Grand Vizir is aronng the Number of the This News wascommuricated to tbe Vcrldt Marihal Court by General who Commands in by whom we had the full Advice cfr the ukirg ot The Night beiore laft a Courier arrived at this Court with an Account ot tbe Progress of Czarinas Arms in the Felt Marihal wkh tbe Army under his into that Cojirtry The Subilance of which That they had burned or deftroyed rear One Thoufand Villages plundered one where they had found a great Booty that in feveral which they had with the Turks ard the had cordantly beaten them and obliged them to September and Sept By a Letter from the Hague we are informed of the made by lUe Sparilh at the Court of Great touching the Pretenfions of his Cachohck Majcfty to Ca rulma and What is concluded irom thefe Propoijtiors thac Court of Spain has two Views therein Its firft is confcious that the continual pyraucal Depredations ct the Guards all and contrary to all take and without any Form oi the Britifh Merchants Ships that come in their can by no means be jurtfied the of Spain thinks hereby to make an chanac or Griefs which Wf conduce to a Treayr like
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