Tuesday, October 8, 1737

Dublin Gazette

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1076 The Dublin puUUIlicD bp From SATURDAY OSober the to TUESDAY Ottfber the 1 1 A Continuation of the laft 9 J IT is confirmed that General Lafcy is returned with his Army cut of the for no otter RealM than btcaufe the Year was too far ad vanced for him to go into the Southern Part of the which is the only Part that remains to be ravaged i the Eaft and Weft Parts of tbat Penm jhlabeinaio that the Damage cannot be re wired ia 20 Years Moreover that General thooeht not fit to go any further into that tatbc fake of kef ping a Communication open with it called the Muddy which he has repaired with Hi whole and is encamped on the Banks ot 8 few Leagues diftance from At according to 111 Appearance ihe Satisfaftion which this Court is re feted to take of the Crim will Dot be com til their Country is entirely H Ihattbe Expedition which reaaaiastabe to ibe Southern will be enterd upon Spring and for this Pnrpofc General Lafcy s Army is lotwconfiderably Wxrlw We have Advice that ihe new Grand Vizier has palled the ia order to Mahomets to join the who arc affembled in great Nnmbers on the other bide ot Ihe 20 Leagues from hear that Coon Munichs Army till continues on this without making any Difpofitions to pafs Tho the Turkifo Plenipoteolia feveral Obftacles being ID the Way of the new wilbMie which it win bedifSeuU sllugh UWe have Ad rice that afttt bit Promotion to the Dignity of Grand rtpafsd ific Danube to take of bttoe is W join the Ottoman Troops lha I jn Nnmbers on other side ol 6 L We the Ruffian commanded by VMt CooMdf Mnaichj ftiu oa this side ot tbat withonl mAiog any Cifpofi fi hm been difperfed here ia in Det3cbment b Q c havj reduced to tbt fccood Part bere uft year fey CouaS M h Th fmtttt a vaft Booty in that Ci Wd up the greattft Part Riibts tWre fn a noj ftiak eceiVe any more on that Tha adds thal this Uft the Veldl Mnfhal Count Lafcy afTembled all the Troops repaid Muddy and f Acquaintance That by a modeft H jon bc fixMat 3 the Number of fj and Eaftern of fhis 5ide wnich was ornjeriy the fineft and rooft populous of the whole was Sow entirel i and that the Tartars would sa ndthe but that they their Plenipotentiaries 3t the 1 Grand Signior hafl renounce the Poflcflionof all the 1 Cooquefts which tHe of Vienna and Ruffia 1 have fioce the beginning of their War with his Thai the Pone fliall indemnify them tor Ihe Expences they have been at in carrying on the War That the many of the Emperor 4 and who have been carryd Slaves into hall be fet at Lberty or it they cannot be ihofe two Powers fhall be compenfaied for them m 4 fome other Manner and that moreover fuftcent be curities be that they hall be no more expofed for the faiure to the locutfions and Idiults oi me that an We hear from the Congrefs of Ni thai the Turkish Plenipotentiaries are fo fai from accepting the Conditions of Peace propofed that they have even the that the Reisfiffend declaid upon this That the Grand iuftead of being obligd to accept fo hard a had ratber a Right to demand from the his Imperial Majefty having broke the Treaty of Paffa which the Porte obfervd fo ft i thai he did not even Jay hold of the Opportuniny ihe had to attack the Emperor while he was engaged in War with France and Tis faid that Miniftcr in that this Satisfadion oaghs to be Belgrade or the Perfiaa War

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