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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1091 The Dublin Up From TUESDAY November the to SATURDAY December Since my lad arrived three Britifti which brought two Holland and one French Vienna November S reported that General Philippi has de tfMted a Btfdy of Turks in confiftingof above Men who fell on his Rear but were tor moll Part kiild or taken Count de who has his Secretary to aflift him is preparing his Anfwer to the 20 Articles exhibited againft him by the Aulick Tis faid the Em peror will appoint a Protettant Veldt Marlhal to be added to the Coromiflioners that are to inquire into his Mean Time its given that the Count complains of of the Promifes made to him at the Beginning of the of the blackncfs of executing hisOrdcrs in the frield and then blames the CommilTaries of Artillery and for not fendirg them in due Time to the Places where they were Here is alfo Talk of tomeArticles that he has produced in his in the Mifcarriage of a very important Enterprise is charged on a certain who has thereupon given a folid Anwet to the Courts The Count has now two Officers in his Chamber to watch whereas before he had but one and as if they were afraid be would do himfelf a they dont allow him any Sort of but ferve him wilh his Viftuals ready and bis Pens ready General Schmettau is involved in the fame Accufation with the Count but he is to ill at Bud that he keeps his General Doxat is fem for hither to anfwer for his precipitant Surrender ot contrary to exprefs and at a Tune when the Turks had no Artillery in their Camp to attack It is allured that tho the Congrefs of Nimirow was broken twas irriiouated that there was to be a new wbereby the Ottoman Porte propofed to yield up Alopb and no other imthe mean time the Czarina conti nues to prepaie every thing ready for tbe next The Report of cbe Turks befieging feems to that Gmifon being fufficiently provided with Stores fuitable to the Dtfigp ot the Horace Walpolc continues to have fre queue Conferences with the principal Members of this at which the Affair of the Spaniih is not the leaft Topic of According to our Advices from the Turks have retired from after having left a Garrifon of four thoufand Men in the Town of and eighc thoufand ac Tis alfo that the Grand Vizir was to fet out the Beginning or this Month from Ifacka for whither it was reported the Grand Seignior will repair early the next it is fnppofed it will be retaken by cbe if not abandoned by the ImpcrialiftsJ Since the laft Port this Court has received a Courier from wilh that the Turks having only feigned to fetirefrom had fallen on a fudden with a hong Body upon which is the principal Town ct the German and had furprifed it in Iuch a manner that bove 600 who were in Garnfon all cut to except the fome other who are laid to have tound Means to The Affair of Count Secken dorft Teems now to be quite dormant j no are yec ap The of Count is not p brought upon the on Account ot in particular General is ordered to command the Imperial in the HLoom of Genenl as well Count is ordered to repair to give an Ac count of his By Letters from that theTurks have gaired a farther Advantage over the Imperidlifts in Imperial having been routed by a Body of 5000 Turks though the Imperialitts roadea vigorous The Officers of the fix Battalions the Ring fends into have received Orders co be with their that are at by the ill of in order to difpofe themfelvcs for their embarking hy the ift of January next for that According to fome particular Advices from there were Letters from the Imperial that the rotwithftanding the Advancement ot the Winter rud receivcd fuch Encouragement from the Grand r in the doubling ot their that they were refolved to undergo the Hardships of the and make a Winter Campaign gainft the thereby not only to recover every Place taken by them lafl but even Tis added from that the Commiflion for trjing Count SeckendorfF was to commence their Proceedings by 2Oth of and that in the main time the Articles againft Rim were to be delivered inco his that be make his Defence at the fame time in and mofl People imagine he will come off Laft Friday died the Edward Uncle to his Grace the Duke of Lord Chamber Iains The Irftant Orders were fent from this Office for the Court to go into Mourning on Sunday the 27th Inflant but the fame being new Orders were the all Peers and PeereiTes to appear inMouining on Sunday the 4tb ot December The Ladies to wear Crape Shamoy Shoes and ard Crape Fans and for their Jndrefs dark Norwich The Men to wear black without Buttons on the Sleeves or plain Cambrick Cravats and Sbamoy Shoes and Hat bands and black Swords and L O N D O November ard 22 On Sunday at Three oClock in the there was a vifible Alteration in her Majefty for the the the and fome ot the were called out ot and ac Seven MdTages were fent to many of the Privy Counfellors in Her Msjcfty continued and in a languifhiog Conditi the remainder of the V And on Sunday the 2Oth at Ten after twelve Days oi a and Mortification in the inexprelfibly Her moft Sacred Majefty Wilbel mtnti Dorothea Queen Confort of Great aged 2 ard 13 She was the Daughter Marquis of by Eleanor his fecond Daughter to Duke of Her Majefty was born March and was married to his Majefty at Auguft ac a Time when fhe was to much admired throughout the that fhe was courted to marry Charles the then King of and now Emperor of To bring about that Match all imaginable Artifices weie ufcd to perfuade her to change her but at to no purpofe She rejected thofe Offers and fuch an uncommon Virtue was the chiei Motive of the Elector of Ha nover the late King of Great Britain to ehufe her for the Wi e of his Son tlae Electoral our prefent moft Gracious Sove reign which fucih a Jny at that time among all the not only of the Empire but of as nothing can equal but the Sorrow they felt fince they firft received the News that her precious Lite was in This Moft Excellent who was crowned with his Majefty on the 11th of had IrTue by ids Majefty four Sons and five Prince of born January Princefs of born October the Princefs Amelia born May the Prmcefs Carolina born May 1713 William Au Duke of born April 1721 the Princefs born Februar 1723 the Princefs born cember 1724 which are all A died November 1716 and George Duke of bom November who died the 6th of February Her was taken ill Tuefday the 8th aiter fhe had breakfafted at her Library in the It is imagined that no True ErgliJhnoan as there can be none who does not Jincerely condole with his Majefty on the inexprefli ble Lais will bedifplcafcd at the Charter that is given of this great
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