Tuesday, November 19, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1837, Dublin, Dublin io88 in From SATURDAY November the to TUESDAY November the a On Saturday arrived three Britifh which broughc two French and one Holland September BOUT the End Month the Grand Signiors Orders were fent to all the Cities and other Communities wichinthe Extent of the Ot toman to fend up to Court with theutmofl anexaft Account of the Number of Men io each from 2O to 35 Years ot Eight hundred additional Men have been Tec to work on the formidable Flcrt now equipping tor the Black it is toSail in April rest the Grand Signior having refolved to puih on the War with the utmofl both againfl the Empe ror and the Clarina fo that the Congrefs of Nimirovv will have no A Courier who was difpatched from Rome by Acquaviva arrived at lldefonfo a few Days with the Convention of Accommodation concluded between this Coarc and the Holy and figned by the the Cardinals Mirtfters ot his and Cardinal Immediately ifterthe Reception of that the King communicated the of his Oifpatches to the Lords then prefent in theltf Terms I acquaint you that my Differences with the Court of 1 Rome are entirely and that I havejuft now received 1 the Convention which gives me a thorough Satisfaction All the Lords complimented the King upon this The Marquefs de Ambaflador from the mofl lately received a Courier from and we are that an important is negociatirg between this Court and We hear by Letters trorn of the Hih that the Ruffian Court to mind a considerable Free Gift from the Clergy of that to contribute the Charges of the War againfl the Porte and all the and Archimandrites are convoked to alfemble fome Time hence at and it is not doubted but that it is concerning the tree Orders have fenc to Veldt Marfhal Count Philippi to ufe his utinnft Endeavours to force the Turks to raife the Blockade of NifJa but a Report is now fpread again that the Place has furrendered by and that the rifon marched out with all Honours of to be to Vipalanka this News ftands in need of in afmuch as we had fame Report once or twice before without any We are that the Imperial Troops arc to canton before they go into that they rrny bcin a better Condition to hinder the Inroads of the who appear in feveral and in much greater Numbers than they did any time this Campaign they are even come into the Neigh bourhood of into which Place the Inhabitants n the open Country are every Day running with the bell ot their All thefe Ctrcumftances however do not binder us from talking here of a Truce between the Emperor ard the and it is thought thai fuch a Truce will be the full Fruit of his Moll ChrilHan For the greater Expedition the French Couriers going to Conftancinoplc now take the Route of Germany and The Veldt Count Seckendorff has not yet been admitted to wait on the Emperor iince his return horn the We hear that the by the Advice ot haw has refolved to advance two Months5Pay roths Ottoman in order to encourage them to make Incurfions on the Frontiers of Hungary during the Winter It is alfo faid that I5onneval has three oi the new Grand Vizirs Sons along with and has promilld to inftruA them in all the Branches of the Art of All we hear irem the Congrefs that the Turkifh Plenipotentiaries affect a moil rrbeating Slownefs They are a fraidof their Heads if they tranfgrefs one Tittle of the Letter of their fnllruaions according co which Inftrudions they are for e vcr infilling on the reftoring of ard and for the Ravages in the Crim betbre any Treaty can be enterd but they a Word about Oczakow as the Reis told General the Grard Signior was perfuaded that the Ruffians would either reftore it of their own free or demoliih it upon Account of its diftance from which irnde it too difficult for them to The Council of War held a grand a few Days alter which they fent an Order from the Emperor to the Veldt Marfhal Count and it has been obrervd that the Count has not ftirrd out ot his Heufe fince the Receipt of thac Order but that does not hinder him frotn receiving Vifits at It is faid that the Council have Orders to inform tbem felves of feveral Things relating to the chief Command which he had of the Imperial Army in Hungary but his Friends hope he will make it appear that he has been wanting in Zeal for the ror in the Duty of his Poll as General in buc that he found himfelf in fuch Circumftanccs as hirderd him from in Execution all that he proposd for hib Imperial Majeftys There is great Talk hear of the Step iately taken by Ge neral who being arrived at and hearing that the Emperor had fent Orders toarrcft him left the Town iwithcut any Bodys knowing what Route he has It Items that the Turks have made Choice of the Winter for ing on the principal Operations of this Their Troops increafe in iervia the Men which they had on the Side of the Drina have jurt palled and entered that Thelall Letters from which were of the iyth have brought an Account of the Turkifh Pleni potentiaries having declared that the not thinking the Propofals by the Emptrror and the Czarina of a to be they locked upon the Congrefs as broke and would quit tlut Place the 2Oth tn order to return to Con whereupon the Emperors Plenipotentiaries had im mediately lent away a Courier to inform this Court that they would liKcwifedepart from and retire to to wait there for further Orders from hence Count Rhevenhullec being in a very bad State of has defired and obtained leave to come ard is expefted very Count Seckendorff being arrived here Irom the has been forbidden la go out of his he received Yeilerday from the Council of War feveral Points of Accufations in to which he has already given an Anfwer this 15Four ihoufaod Recruits which were em barktd from 3pain tor onboard four meeting with Weather were and fome of the Vcffcls were weckd on the Hand of icilly but the Men had the good For tune to be We are aftured that the intended Expedition to Corllca in Fa vour or of the or rather the was ftipulated till the Month of on Account of fome Reprelenuiiofts made by acertain Advices are corns hither from that the Town ot Nitfa furrendered to the Turks on the 22d of Ofto Without mking any tor tis of Provili cms and Ammunition having obtained the fame Capitulation as Turks when they delivered up thu Place to the Imperials

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