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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin from to SATURDAY tte Since my lafl arrived two which brought one French and one Holland T is advifed from where the Czanna has her M Court that FeWt Marihal Lachad dually repaid the Guitoe More with his afrer having entirely de ftroyed the greateil part of the open Country of the Cn JL They thac three Turkith Men of War Eurteen prevented the Ruffian Holilla from nratine the Sea Coaft ot Ktrtch andKaffa and that the Flotilla Offered very much by a Lad Saturday Nighe a Courier arrived at Peterhoff with Letters from dated ih2d by which the Czarina is that there had kin areat Difturbances at to appeaie which tevs nl treat Men had been put to and bammed that the Grand Viiir is depofed and fent to the IQand of bttthis Eftates were not taken from him hjsRiahaja was iirangl alfo the Kider the Grand s chief Ihe ot Bender is Vmer he is a Son of the UteGrand who was killed in the late PerJiau and a very enterprHing General Lacy tried feveral n to bring the Turks tod to a often as the Ruffians retired to the Mountains and cither form reported that the Kan of the whofe Army confided of above feveray thousand and had been reinforced by twenty tboufand all feleft often expreffedthcic Defirew come to an Engagement with the Muscovites but the always oppofed by telling that the Loft of a Battle infallibly be attended with the Lofsor all tbCrim 1 General Lacy finding it impraaicable to purfue them in the Moun where three Men can ftarce march repaffed the Sea to the Main Two Days ago a Courier arrived here from Count Munich with three Horfe Tails and a magnificent Shield covered with and moft artfully wrought nothing is publifhed of thac Generals March Some People bclipve he is not far roni the bicaufe there is no Forage to be had on the other Side ot towardsthe the Tartars deftroyed The cot abandoned the Dedgn of endeavouring to get the Claufe of the 4tb Article of the Treaty of Ryfaick abotUbd and we hear they are rcfolved to purfue that Affair in the Diet wifib greater Warmth than they have yec A arrived two Days ago foal who was ihll with part of hisArmy It is reported row that the Siege ot Widdin be afide tor this irftead ot which it is laid the M3rftal if to turn at once and into to mase the Siege of Zwornick jointly with Prince The Turks have found meant ready to a Succour ot 4coo Men into the Town of Widd though it is in a manner blocked up by the Generals KbevenhuHcr WallisWe have confirmed Advice of the depofing the Orana The Name of his SuccefTor b who was for merly Balhaw of is laid to be a great a good Friend ol whom he already made a Bafoaw ot Three and it is affured they are both already at the baron de Gemming arrivd here two Days Exprefs from VeldtMarihal Count with Advice our People were Workirg Night and Day on the Lines ot CircumvaUation before and that as foon as they were Snifed the Trenches would be The Veldt Mar foil CGUC Seckendorff that the Veldt Marflial Count Munich had laid Siege to afcer and ki 11 d above of the Turks that were cncainpd under the Cannon of On the 21 ft a Memorial was preferred to Cardinal propolirg a Difcovery to cure a41 forts of by drinking of a Tea drawn from the Perfon who diw covered tins Speciftck having curd and many Perfons of the fir ft whn labourd under This rial has been icferrd to the Kings chief with whom many Conferences have been I Its thought the Kiog will a Perflon to the Anchor ot otrfais making it ro one as yet the Nothing but this Tea is to be taken It carries off the Guut by U rine and to ftrengthen the weakend a Balfam is by which Means there remaius not theleaft Complaint from the mod inveterate The Duke de la Force having eftablifhd to all Perpetuity a Priie to be given of a Gold Medal worth 300 the Royal eftabliflid tor Improvement ot Arts and give Notice to all learned Perfons throughout Europer that on the i4th of oneofthofe Prizes will be gi ven to him who gives the moft probable Account Oftbc Darknefs and Tranfparenej of andthe other to him who can bell plain The Caufeoftbe Fertility of the The learned World is alfo further that two Prizes will given in the Year the one to him that writes beft on this to Whether the Air TPPC breaths goes Into the Blood And the other to him who gives the beft Account Of the Jfeat and Cold in Mineral Sipt Letters from the Imperial Army that Count Seckendotff had ordered Count who commanded at to provide forty thoutand Rations of twenty thoufand Rations of for 14 Days and 3000 Wag gons at Zabatx upon the River 5dave it is faid chat Count Khe venhuller and Count Wallis will keep Widdin and thac General Seckendorff and Prince Hildbourghaufen will make the Siege of Zwornick in and endeavour to fubdue that vince in order toprocme Winter Quarters there for the greateft part of the Prince Charles of who has been fo ill that his Life was defpaired is now much and it is believed that he will quit the Army in a few in order to his return hither It is alfo faid that the Great Duke ot Tufcany will likewife be here be fore the End of this We have not yet received any Con firmation of the Victory faid to be gained by Count Munich the Turks near Count the Spanilh Ambaffa who had not appeared for feme time at went thither the End of laft and had a long Conferente with Count Sintzendorff about the Affairs of and we areaffured be That the his being perfuadcd that the Conclusion oft he laft Arrangements of neither could noc ought to produce any Prejudice to the Family Convention made tome Years by virtue of which the PoffcfSon of the allodial and mevcable Effects of Tufcany was adjudged to Don King of the Two Sicilies his Catholick Majefty thought thac Convention ought to tiave its in the prefenc Cafe of the Succeflloo to the Great Dutchy of Tufcany That he therefore hoped no Meafurcs would be taken contrary to becaufe he could not but look upon them to be We have a Report that Count was That the Change which had happened in the general fince the Convention was conclu could not permit it to be looked upon than as entirely abo lifhed That as to the Succeifion to the allodial and moveable Effecls of this Great Duke having adjudged it to ElccVets Dowager it was natural that the Will he bad made in Favour of that Princefs fhould be maintained That the Duke ot Lorrain having ceded his to with all
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