Dublin Gazette, September 27, 1737

Dublin Gazette

September 27, 1737

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Issue date: Friday, September 27, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1837, Dublin, Dublin I073f The Dublin From TUESDAY to SATURDAY Otioler the Since my laft arrived two Britifh which brought two Holland and one French Auguft E laft Gaflep which the Republick fent to fica is come but nothing is publiflied concern ina the State of that which is a fign things go very bad for the Gefioefe that the Maleconcems continued firm in their that the In habitants of the Towns belonging to the Repub ick in great Streights for wani of That a Uaiiey Jrought over a a and landed a great Number of e Hungary ThisDay ar rived an Exprefs from the Count de KevenhuHer with Advice to Count de Wallis was gone for to afift in teDietof hisPrefence being neccffary in order to oppefethe of Prince de Ragom be Count de Bonne who are upon the March wilp a of Turks and Tartars to invade Province on the bide ot learn by the fame Exprefs that a Detachment o had pafsd the Danube nea Pefign to Surprize that Baron who commanded of having retired to the hnemy had burnt the Jier it fhould be thought Though there was a Report that Count Munich was to march thither to make an Attempt a the Tartars in Conjunction with Count and endea Jour to make biafclf Matter of the whole it doubted this Projeft cannot be executed this the Seafon being tod far The mcft general Opinion that Count Munich s Ar will march to the the more becauie the General has ttufed Bridges to be laid over that River towards Perewoloina in Sept to Workmen are fent hence for repairing the Fortifications of that they may be in a detenfible Tis certain that Count Seckwidorff is at prefent w ith his Army in ir We hear by a Courier difpatched from Nj that a fifth Conference bad been held in the Congrefs in which the Plenipotentiaries of the nd Ruffia that their were to demand that the Utt PoJ fhould be eaablifhed as the Balis of the Negotiations of Peace The Mtnifters of ihe Porte loudly exclaimed againft a Condition which appeared to them fo hard and difadrantageous to tht Grand and the laid it was better to break off the Conferences than to treat upon fucha Footing uponwhicQ Baron Dahlman took occafion to that this Condition would not perhaps be rigoroufly infifted and that he thought tie Courtsof Vienna and Petersburgh might relinquifli fomethmg in that if the Porte on her fide would facilitate the clufion of the Couriers have been difpatched again from Nimirow to Vienna and Petersburgh for fuller Inftruaionson that as well as on the Sufpenfion of Arms propolcd by the Turftifb This Court has received a Courier From with Utfers of cbe 26th by which x are thu the Ruffian Plenipofentiarles had delivered tp the what was called their on the 24tbj which as is in Demands of the formal CefEon of A foph and and to in lead of the the land befides fame Diftdfts of Lands in the Neighbour hood of the Boriftheres That none of the two Parties foal for the future navigate upon the Black Sea with armed Ships j and that if the Tartars fhould attempt to make new Incurfioss for the future Upon the Rufllan the Czarina may have it in her Pow fcrto chaftife them as fhe hall without being taxed to have broker the Peace between her and the Ottoman Ic is allured that the Demands of the Imperil Plenipotentiaries fift only upon aft Poflidetis at the fame Time of the Signing to which it is faid that the Turks fbewd no great Reluaancy Rue as to the Demands ot the they found themfdves oblig ed to fend a Courier to Conftantinople for new Orders j for which Purpofe they defircd as well from the as from the Ruffian which were granted Count Seckendorff is fuppofed to be on his March towards Zwornick in as islikewife Prince Hildbourgbaufen Cpuut Kevenbul er remains with about twelve tboufand Men at or in tbac in order to cover and preierve the Com municaiion with the Danabe and Count Wallis is to be reinforced with 3 or 4000 and to remain in Waflachia and Count Konigfegg who was formerly at the fet out the 12th Inftant for in order with Baron Reifcback who is to follow him in a few Days to regulate the Limits of Lor rain and Alface Count Coloredo and Baron Palm having declined to be charged with that Commiflidiu The Prince of Saxe HTldbcurghaufcn is re turned with bis Troops from Servia to watting According to Letters from the Conferences Between the Plenipotentiaries of and are pended till the return of a Courier from to know whether the Ottoman Porte will confent to the yielding up of A previous to the faid General Count Wallis has fent Advice to Court that Count Boi neval and Prince Ragom were advancing with a large Body of Troops to invade and it is tbac the rors Plenipotentiaries at Nimirow has given the like Information to his Imperial Majeftys The Garrifon of Widdinhas received a new Reinforcement on board 23 Siacks Immediately after the Arrival of thefe Succours the Baihaw of Widdin fent out 1 jco Janilfaries to cut off a Detachment of Imperialifts on the otheC Side ot the Danube j but the Corrijmanding Officer haying had timely Notice of their retird with all bis The two Frigates that fell down to Widdin in all meet witli great Difficulties to come becaufe ot the Rapidity of the Danube however we hope fbrae Means will be found to pre vent their falling into Jhe Hands of the By the lail rier fent to Nimiroxv the Emperor iignifyd to his that he would give the Porte until the Month of October to accept of the Conditions of Peace propofed to One of the Emperors Mirfiftcrsis gone to Presbourg tcadviie with the Veldt Marfhal Count Palfy in relation to the prefent War in Erantkfortt We learn from Geneva by Letters of the that they were dill in a very fad Condition the contents not relaxing from any of their demands that the ral in which they were to give the force of Laws to thefe was fixed for the ayth But in the middle of thofe a Cabinet Courier was juft arrived from the Court of to de theFrench Reiident Yefterday died in Ifebe a who ufed to diftil She had long entertained a violent Appreherfion of and had accordingly caufed her Coffin to be but of a larger than the ordinary in which flic ky Night and ruminating on her Immediately ;

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