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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1837, Dublin, Dublin r in ftp to TUESDAY September the i Since my laft arrived one Bridfo which Partknlarj ot which on the hid ijd of July II MJ the Veldt Mai flul being advanced wit no 20 Verfts brought one French and one Holland Town of Body of Tartars Jed by the Cham in but after a Auguft fhou Difpute the Tar tars fled rewards the H E Ruffijns dent us with nothing but aocj wcrc purfued 15 Verfts by theCoflacks and Cal Prodigies of their Valour on all Ma ho killed a great Number ot On tbe nich fakes in left than threeDays Lieutenant General Count Duglafs advanced and Lafcy takes Arabitwith as greit fix towards BafTaf with 6140 Dtagoons and and the liih and German Heroes e was by the Vcldi Marfhal with all the reft of and is but a with the Being come in fight of the they and faw a Body of Turkifh Troops pcfted on a rifjng The laft Advices frcci Veldt Ground near as Prifoners tf Marfnal were of tbe 4th of Aoguft j at which 15000 Men two Regiments of with after and burning the City nc CoiFacks and Cslmucks of fhe Army were or ofBaflir and putting the Garrilon and the Inhabitants dered to attack that and polfefs theffifelvcs of p the and reducing above a thoufjind Villages They r uted look the he hid juft pafsd tbe River ot Sangurski plundered fee it on and laid it all in Afhes with bis whole in order to bsgin a frelh scene Tnere were in it 38 Mahometan two Greek oithe like 2ad Armenian 27 50 Water Letters fiOfn Corfica that above and many pablick Build Lord Theodoie Uuded the lift laftanc at chat moil wf inem or Lelteis ffom Coxika the of whom Nuiaber were that Tteodarcr was aftaalVy arrived there the pot to ihe having no Time to favc their Ef and bad brought with a confiderabU Or the Che Army having retired from Number of stores of Artillery and Ammunition the Mountains about and defcended into the to be ufYcl in Defence of tbe Cor fie Tis Champion Coundy cowards perceived a that theGeooefs have otdered ieveral Hundred Men Body of about feventy thoufand of the Enemy advafl lo be put into the of which Place cing on the other Side of the River Kaias A Detach was blocked up by ihc Four nientof fomeRegiments ol Fool and with Frigates are alfo arrived ID Favour of Kiig ihe CofTicks nd Calmucks were ordered to pah tbe Ri who was icfolvcd to make a home pufh for the yer and engage which was and the Ene dug The Court recivd Ycftetday an niy were forced to retire gieit Among with tne News of a busk which ihe Prifoners were two of or chief pafcd open the The informed that the The Veldt Vhrfhal fpent from the 26ch of Jaly to the Princeof Saxe Hildbourgbauftn had embarked his la j ft ofAaguft in marching from ibe Karats to the fanuy tc joia the Grand was going tht Moath of the River Saogroskiv and in the all by Land wUh am 3d them in their along to the Right and Lefs of the Route he he but were forced to retire with the lofs of 3000 caufcd ail the Villages of the amounting in Men We wait tor the Confirmation and the Par Dumber to above the Councry beidg tivell peo ticulars of the Victory fiidto begaind by the Roffians pied oa that to be burnt to tbe Ground and itf at bove 60000 Head of Carcle and Sheep were broufni OH the the Turks an Invafion on the JQIO his The Enemy in feverai Bodies en Side of deflroyed the Fruits of the devoured to barrafs the Afny but were barn fevetal Cnurches of and put to the repalfed with no more Lois to the in thofc Sword many Ichabitants who were fettled fix Days that offifey Men killed and On id of Aagufl Paf of rhe Army pafkd JDrtf4en9 the Ruffian Mi A Body of whieh had hw received Letters from with the been reinforced by twenty thoofand Foot and f Count Munichs having bcatenihe Turks near Hotfc from as Prifoners A Detach and taken that Letters from Kietne of forue Regiments of Foot and Dragoons being of the memkm the Grand Viziers being ordered tgainft after four Hours the Bncmy retired whh great On the 4th the Of the betwixt the 6th ydtft Marftiai pafledthefaid River wrtft thereftof the the had an attack of an Apo defigning to halt fome Days in that Part of the for which he was biooded three andisae Country which abounded with and then to renew the Military We have received from Several Shipsy whkh Carried printed Account ot the SwecelTesof the Lead to have brought home CiVgoesof commanded by Marlhal whicfc isrtry fcarce nooIdHly oa of ilte of ib cbk
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