Dublin Gazette, November 26, 1737 : Front Page

Publication: Dublin Gazette November 26, 1737

Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1090 The Dublin Gazette A Continuation of the three Pacquets which rived on E hear f om Santa in that a bloody Battle has been late ly fought between the Troops ot and s and thai the former had gaiod complex and A Coancil was held on Sunday are by one The Leuers from Confcnti th thc handed itvoufand begun at the Afftwl with eight fiffy to build twelve Ships of the feme fize asthofe that were built here lafl notesaDcfign to make an Attempt ojtoa NBeJgr They had put an left by Thalmwi at io and a Number oMmperialifts taken Pnfoners in had carried in Triumph through the prioapal Streets ol that 9 They write from TranfilvaniaV that a Body of Turks have pofted themfelveson tbe Frontier of that Province and that feveoty thousand of them were aflembled in Bofoia and TiS that Count miippt wis with his Army near and that he had drawn round hisCarop a Line with Cannon placed about for the better Security of his Troops againft the The Day Count SeckendorfT was pot under two Members of the Aulick Council of War were fenl to feizt his Papers and his Imperial Majefty fent him a Memorial a few Days containing 20 Articles of with Orders to anlwer fince it has been thought neceflary to augment the Guard frtover It is faid that the Court of Petersburg has contributed to that Generals i Her Majefty has been for fede ral Days paft extremely but Thanks be to God is now judged to be on the mending November and i On Wedaefday iaft the Ihe Right Lord eldeft Son to the Earl of Clarencloo and was married at Hano to the Right Mifs Daughter to the Earl of His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint Capt For bes to be a Captain ia the RoyaJ Regiment of Foofc commanded by A few Days as they were carrying a Corpfc acrofs a Bridge ereded over the Canal that runs up toHickmans near the Bridge on iudden fell in with the whole Mourners and Mob boi the Tide be ing luckily above half fpein the Water was not quite four Feet fa that no Body was An Extract of 4 LtttcY from the 1 Sir 1 theSpanilh Miuifter at the e Court of Great having that an Engtifh Ship arrived from had onboard amongft other 18 Cbefts of Silver belonging 4 to the SouthSea and 45 on Account 4 fomeSpanifo who had direded them to 4 an Englifo at io order as its 4 faidto defraud the KingofSpjin of the Indnltothat 4 was doe this Silfer having only i i half per Freight from the Hmnrtah the a bove Miaiiler has raade beavy Complatnts of ibis ;

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Publication: Dublin Gazette

Location: Dublin, Dublin

Issue Date: November 26, 1737

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