Friday, September 20, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin from TUESDAY to SATURDAY 1737 Yefterday arrived three Britilb which brought two Holland and two French T the Muddy Sea sod above S and exceedingly fertile wtll perpled Ater that compleated in the EM the Tartar haveno but Mountains the South ol ttut ding to their freiheft Advices Raffia r Forces Count Munich IK halted be Bog nd in order to gee Forage or A Convoy the 1 hat tne Officers him the the and the o he Tu k ifo Oftcers fa under the Ruins Krly mentioned and that there were found 20 Cannon and lonie which the Turks huryd under Ground The Malecontents are in pel leliior ol the three thoufand Perfons are already gone out of the aoove tnree tn i Malecontents have turned out to andthar the DepudesotZah and Bern have not yet been able to do any good by al They write from that all and arc kept profoundly Sacrifice to the Refentmem ol the the Townwithout ftritang a and the who negociated the Capitulation with General underwent the fame From Vienna we that the Sieur one of the Empe rors Cabinet Couriers was arrived there from with the important that the Republick had come to a Refblution dohcr utmoft to obtain the or urjuftly detain ed from her by the Ottoman That the Reftitution of this Plaje is to be propofcd in the Congrefs of Nimirow but if the Porte refufes toconfent to that then the Republick will endea vour to recover it by Force of and accordingly the Crown confining of 24000 has already Orders to be ready to advance towards Choczun with a Train of The Impe rial Court has Difpatched an Expreft to Count imputthis good News to which will greatly contribute to the Support of the common Caufeagainft the The continue their Incurfions open the Frontiers of and maffacring all that are not able to make The write from the Camp before Wid din that the Veldt Marlhal Count who com mands the Blockade of thac has twenty thoufand Foot and ten thoufand Horfe in his Body of that the Veldt Marfnal Count who is encamped juft oppofite to hirnoflthe othec Side of the has fifteen thoufand Men under hisCommand that the Men of War to hinder Succours or Supplies from entering tDto are riding at Anchor at a fmall diilance below the Town that the above Number of Troops being fufficienC either for a Blockade or a the Veldt Marfhal Count Seck endorff thought he without any commit Widdin to their and advance with the reft of his Army towards The Court feems very well pleajed with the Difpatches from the Turks appearing very finccrely dif no fed to forward the Succefs of the fo that we are in Hopes of feeing the Peace concluded before the End of this The EarJ of Ambaffador from the Ring Great received a Courier fome Days ago from upon which he immediately went to VerfaiDes We have fncc a that an important Negociation is upon the Point ot beip comcladed between this Court and that of Great Hanover The Emperor has caufed to be reprefentei to his as Eleftor of That the Empire beiflgf obliged ro ailift his Imperial Majefty when he is in with ths he huped his Britannick in quality of would furnifli his conformable tothe eftablifhed fage on fuch They that the fame tions has been made to fevcral other Princes and States o the The sift of laft Month we received that having razed the Fort of Noi begun his March the with the Body of Troops under bis and advanced towards a fmall Town belonging to the furrounded with Walls and Ditches that the iotb and 2ift he blocked it apd the 22d the GaFrifori arid according to their Articles were conducted to The fubjeft to the being informed of this a bout tour thoufand of them took up and offered to aa in favour of the Emperor fome have been termed into independent and the reft of them incorporated into the Militia of Servia commanded by Lentulus continuss to be of great Service in the prefent as well who being a Native of is greatly beloved by the In habitants of the We hear that feveral Chiefs ard rich Men cf the Greeks are preparing to leave the Turkilh and come to fettle in the Imperial and that fome of the principal Men anwcg them intend take up their Refidence in this Town till the War is over To facilitate their Orders are fent upon the Frontiers to kt them freely with out

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