Tuesday, October 29, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1083 in From SATURDAY QSober the to TUESDAY November the rit near PtdaPalanka in has brought AVk arrived one Britifli which brought Advice of a g real Advantage obtained over trie one Holland The Particulars he brings are The who weie fhongly reinforced in the Neighbourhood of September 21 Widdin having Jfewed themfelres above Or Times oa 0 r both Sides of tje in ordr to lake a View of Monday the ipth Inftanfe arrived here the and being obliged every time to two large Spanifh in each fix they came oporr that River rbc itfth with a greal large and about thirty Number of and at Midnight took Pofteffioa wrio are loaded with belonging cf m r old BOH Che Hills beyond the Co the King of for the Garrifoa and idvancing wiih their Naval Armament to the of Oran but on Saturday the In of this formed a confiderable Camp upon between Oran and they met with the the on the Side of from whence Wan Thomas whom they took they were continually pafling osr their Men and nexl ja manner The laid Captain was bound Day they came with at their Forces over the tfom Sroyrni to freighted by who were near the Mouth of which River they had already laid on board with forne in all eleven of fe Upon this General KheveohnlJer fent hot by Easterly and not knowing the Colonel ihe Regiment of overrun his and on the laftant in the with fix Companies of fupportcd by a Morning was near thefe two and it being a Battalion of the Regimen of Prince Chariei ot little he hoifted his and got out his and he aJfo fent the Carabineers of the Regiment of whichhe fent with his Mate and four Hands co and the Companies of the Regiment ofi asfcwhat Land it The Sitteas hoifted Moors Lichttnftein into the behinl which the nd s foon 3s Boac alongfiUe of any had laid their This afccr a con oneof they took out his Mate and two and tinual Fire of thiee burnt down fent the Boat back for the Captain and his which with the LoCs of about thirty Men but the Turks bad as foon as he they took it from and above 500 and their Dead lay in The tumbled him and his People iato the and ient Lieutenant Colonel of the Pfince of terrains Regiment their Hands and took oat the Turkifti Merchants and received a Musket Shot in bis The Enemy en and then they ftruck the Moors deavoured to cut off oar Guards on their and to aad hoifted The with his Paflcn force the in which Attempt they loft a greal are on board the faid Veflels in They many Twas cafy to bs feen by their brooght away the Mediterranean and left the that they defigncd to attack oar fo thai we with feven Spaniards and fome of the Ships went about a Mile farther to We then but what is become of her we cannot yet called in the Guards and and perceiving Her Catgoe confifts cf Turkifti and that ihe Turks were preparing for a formal we fome Neither ot thefe Veflels have any Com advanced wih Colours and Duais besting 5 roiflion By this Poft the Intendant acquaints the but obfaving that the Woods ware full of the Court of Spain on behalf of the as does the and that their Hoife had a Dsfign to come round n Perfon ading here as Conful on behalf the we made a The Tuiks advanced very to our Minilter at Madrid and its to be hoped thai contrary to their and extended themfelrcsoa our Court will take Care that due Reftitution is made our Front and At Two oclock in ihe Aftcr to the and Punifhmeni inflicted on thole pi noon they attrcked as on with hideous Out ratical or there will be no Safety for our Bog cries and though the great Fire of our Cannon made life Navigation in thofe them y et twas not long before they relumed The Jews of this City have lent to the Daring this a great Body og ten thoufand Ducats at a low Intereft to Buon de tjjeir HorJe came full gaJJop along the Danube to fall tor the Service of the ImperialTroops upon where they pot the to inthisDutchy and we have a Report that when the as the fick and plundered fome Great Duke he will grant fome new Privileges Tents but even there ttfey mei with and to the Trading jews fettled in the Cities of left feveral of their Merrand Horfes dead on the The following Article gives a more Their Horfef allied and offered to attack us ia circamftantial than any we have had yet of the bot General who faced aboul a tbe late Adion near gainft them with the Regiments of Hohenems and A Courier from ihe Army undsr Jhc Coaat de Khs who obliged them 10 retire nearer their Main

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