Dublin Gazette, October 15, 1737

Dublin Gazette

October 15, 1737

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 15, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 107 The Dublin 0uWiftjeD From SATURDAY QOober the r to TUESDAY Motor the A Continuation of the laft WE have a Report here that Baron de one of his Imperial Plenipotentiaries at the will be in Town iii a few Our Ad vices from TraBfslyaniji that the Slatet of that Province dcfired to be excbted from granting the exnaordmaiy Subfidy demanded of them tjpon accentdi of the prefent under that the Coantry could fcarce pay the Ordinary They that they had not yet received any News of the Approach ct the Ottoman commanded by Count Bonaevaland Piince Ragom as was report id but that nevertheiefs they have taken all the ncceffcry Meafares for a vigorous Defence in Cdfe they hould be attacked that the Militia of the Country bad fjken up Aims i and that regular Troops were ex peeled We hear that mod of file who fervd under iheir the Count are returned upon which the Prince was obliged to detach fome jlgular Troops to ptottd Croatia from the Irruption of the From that the Navigation of the Republick is amcft impeded bf the Torkifli fince the breaking out of the the Emperor and ihe Force That Compbints have been made to the Turkilh Governors bordering on the but without obtaining any Advice is ar rived horn that the Republick Courier offthe Baile of Venice at Conftantinople has been attackd on the Road by unknown and and all his Difpatches earned The Porte is jufpcfted to have done in order to keep the of the Ottoman Empirefecret fince which u has rc folved the Couriers of the Republick hall change their Thefe Circumftances may probably provoke the State 10 declare War againft the ThcjCourt having been informed that the Court of Spain field a grand Council of War the loth of laft in whichfeveral important Articles were de baud concerning jhelofejcft of the Kingofjle Two the Count de Great and Empeross have had a long Coofe rcuceon that Accoonta tew Day in we it was thought necefljjy to forward the Duke of Lbrrains Depajturc for The laft Letters from the Veldt Marthal Count chat he was arrived with the Army of near the Frontiers of and that he reckond to block up Zwornick before the End of Ihe Odober and 4 Laft Saturday Nighi theic Graces the Duke and of the Right the Earl of Mid the John aad Lady Caroline the Lady Betty ihe Right ihe Lord Vere Beauclcrck and federal other Per foasof Diftinito arrived froffl Kamure in aod ou Sunday waited on Majef tiesat and met wahamofi grsckms By Letters from Vienna ire are thf t thiy are in daily Expectation of a Courier with an Accooaf of what ffiay have happened al about five Days match from This donrt has received Advices of the ift Inltant from Veldt Marfhal Munichs that he intended to march to BieJgorod opoo Ihe Black ami to take that PUce in which Ufi derfakinji it is ght he may be able to the Help of the Uuflhra His Royai Higbaefs the Duke of Lorra in is much in the Slate of Health thac he was three Days A Litter from After the Arrival of Couriers Extraordinary dif patchd by Ameiot to de laClofute tbeFrencU Refident that Minifter communicated the Consents of his Difpatches to the Zurich and The ncit beingtbe he went o where he made a fine Speech which has been and read the Letter he re cebrcd from The Council having rctf ffmbled the it was proposed iu it to accept the French Kings ami paf fed agreeable to that liiif Rcftric chat it fhould not be contrary to the Edids 5 the Tumolt being fo great that lufely and accept the faid Tbc fame Diy the Members of the Council who had re wrote to the Refident that they accepted the Mediation with The 24th the Refident fired the 34 Chiefs who had already prefented theffl felvesto him as Deputies tor the 17 Companies of to come to his but they alleged dnrers Pretences 10 be difpenied with from coming upon which the willing to of his Affcftion to the difperfed Copies of the Speech he to make to the The fame Day the Council of 200 but no noore than 12 or 15 Members were prefent j and the Council of which afiembled was reduced to ieven or The Malecontents were info great a that moft of their Demands were granted j but fuch Members of the Council as went to make a Repoit of the Matter to the Refideut and the Reprefentatives af Zurich and met with a bad and were That al they had done was null and and that what ever they trarifafted for the future on this Founda tion fhould be deemed the After which the Refident gave the Chief of the Malccontents to un derftand ihat would give them two to refolve whether they would accept the Medianoa portly or Of the 17 Gooipanits which aflembled the ten accepted the Mediatioa and rejtcled it but the next Qay fix out of the Ieven accepted it Dofim ihe of the tttc took Houfe ot the other Ma ;

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