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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1837, Dublin, Dublin nni I 1 The Dublin From TUESDAY Qfober the to SATURDAY ORober the Since my lift arrived Britifh which brougiu two iwo French and two Flan ders AnfltdtIn TrMnJflvaijiiit 16 PON Advice that the Turks are aflTern bling in great Numbers in Moldavia and to diive our Troops from their Pofrs in thofe and even to make an Invaiionin General Gi liaai thought fit to abandon his Polls at Tergovifta and Campo Longo and as he he was vigo porfucd by confiderable Body of who and attackd him but ihe Germans received Ihe Infidels w iih fo innch rhat aUer having killd a good they obliged the reft 10 and took about thirty T hey wt ite from by ihe way of that a General Revolt has been difovered in the Turkiih Army cammiuded by Ihe new Grand the and Al hiving pablickly given the fold Vizier to un as they plainly that the ancient Bravery and Glory of the Ottoman Empire wet e de or rathtr neglefted by the prefent had agreed to return to the Porte of tWt Officers and to fee wheiter the Sul tans Odei s foch as Brigadier Lieverj arrived here two Djysjgo from the Veldt Marfhil Couni with Advice that his Excellency having changed his Miad concerning the Tranfport of Troops he defignd to towards Bialogrod ia be decachd his Cavalry aod Artjllf ry for the and was taking the uroe Rout by fhort Marches wuh the reft ct his We hear from that the Iplh of laft Month a DrawBridge of Boats on the Banobe fuddenly 125 Petfons tell into the River were The Letters from the imperial Army in Hungary fay they had contiuud their Maich towards aod we every Moment exped a with Advice that they have atiackd Ufttza That Place is of the greateft inafmuch as itnoloflly opens the Entrance into but if the Imperiaiifts CJH make Matters of they will at the fame Time cut off all Manner of Communi catioa between the Tuiks and the other Pro vinces of the Mehometan We have Advices thai the Tuiks had affembled a body ot Men at Tome dtftance from the City We have jaft received News that Ufitza is and that the Turks defend themfelves wiih a gieat deal of A Political Phamphlet is juft piint he I in lit An Inquiry into the Kfetfons if the prefent between the Czaiina and the Oitornan IE Pages in and isdividsd into three The fir ft of The Of the Difputes which Ruf54n5 have had with the fitce the firft Time Afoph rvat And the Of the Reafvns have determined the tmprffs to enter intt 4 War with the Tuiks And in this lalt Chapter theres a Dif cuflion of ihe Terras upon which a Peace may be made between KufHa and she The Author txplaias himfelf on his Head as l To reftore Aloph to the would be to enable them todefeat all the fine Projects which Peter the had formed for the Grandujcof his by drawing Canals between fcveral in order a Communication ot Commerce between Balticic and Cafpian and Black where Raffia with a Fleet will be in a Condition the Sera 4 The fame Inconvenience will happen if Tuiks are fuffered tosreda Fortrcfs near A 1 Though the Porte were to offer Money for the Ruffii woald not think iach an Indera nification And befides the City ot in the Crim hould alfo be yielded to Raffia bccaofe Jo long as the latter continues ia tht Hands ot the the Ruffians cannot befure of holding The Body of Ottoman Troops cooj manded by Count Bonneval and Prince is Entered inia1 Waiachia and and has obliged the Impertalifts to abandon fome Pbftstiiey poflcfsd ia thofe two The Emperois Troops have iKverthdefs had the good Fortune to defeat feveral Turkilh Detachments in iheir We hare a Report that ibc Veldt Marlbal Coani who commanded in is dead Weaie alTured that the Emperor has fignifyd to the that the prefent State of Af faiis reqaiid ihe Republick of Poland to fake Share ia the War againft the I and therefore be flatterd himieH that fhe would make no difficulty to concur with him in As the according to the Laws cf cannot refolve upon Matters of this Importance but in a it is thought this Affair will bedcfend till the holdirgof ihe nexl General We hear from Nancy in they are going to make it an which is to have the Bifhoprick of Toul and Verdan tor its thor they are already fo to the Archbiihoprickof Trieis and that the Abbe dc Son ot the Prince de is to be the firft That Genileman is going to Rome to foUicii this and the Benefices of Lorrain ia the Nomination of King SCauiflaus amount to an hun dred thouland Livers a the Abbe is Co hold haU tff to fnpport his new Dignity of Archbifhopol Nancy and Prioiate of We are afTuied thai the Court has approved a Pro jccl piefcnted to for ranking a Canal from Grave lines to the wbich is to be 1800 Yards in Length Is is tbalthe King has appointed a Million of Lrvres for the Execution of that wbich feveral Batuliousare to be
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