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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1091 The Dublin From SATURDAY the to TUESDAY December the By the Lord Lieutenant and Council of IRELAND WHEREAS We have received His Majeftys That aa Alteration be made in the Common Prayers for the Royal oftOceafion of the Death of Oar late Mail Queen And by the late AS of the and Enafts that ho Form or Order of Common be openly other than what is Prefcribed and Appointed to be Ufrd in and by the fa id it Is notwithstanding That in ail thofe Litanies and which Do any wife Relate to the or Royal the Names be Altered and Changed from Time to and Fitted to the prefent according to the Direction of Lawful We the Lord Lieutenant and Do hereby That in all Litanies and Collector the Royal the foflowing Form and Order ffiail Their Royal Highness Frederick Prince frinccfs of the Duke the and the Rvyal And We pa hereby ftriftly Charge and That no Edition of the Common Prayer fee from hence forth but with this Amendment And that in the mejn till Copies of fuch Edition may be All Vicars and Curates within this Do for i he preventing Ml lakes with the Pen Correct and A mend all fuch Prayeri in their Church Books according to the aforegoing And for trie belter Notice hereof That this Order be forthwith Pt inted and Publi and Tent to the feveral Parifties 5 And lhat the Moft Reverend the andthe Right Reverend the Do Take Care that O bedience pjid to the lame Given at the Chamber in the Second Day John A Cf Hen John Roger J3 T Fra LIB G00 the Yefterrfay armed one Brhifh which and one Holland Mailsviz H tieUfkier of Oidcrs from the Grand to difpoie every for undertaking ofc the iiege OczTjkow as Toon as the 29th of laftMAmtft reviewed the Tioops of ar 2 fc T ng which hers are the 30 of thofe lioops began to file oiftowards and the reft took I he fame Roatc the fol lowing The Grand Signior being willing to give Connl Bonneval an Opportunity offhewing his Skill in the An of his Highnefs has charged him with the Siege of that The 4th Inftant that General arrived at Bender with a numerous and was received under a general Difcbarge of the Can non of that Place the Baftuw came out to meet and cooduded him tothe CaftJe the Garrifon lined the Streets thro which the Count and a rail Crowd of by their proelaimd the great Idea they have conceived of him Since bis Arrival at be has been bofy in giving Orders about conveying the Artillery and Provifions to Ocza A mo n ft It the Troops which are to be employed in the Siege of that the Count dtfigns lo make Ufe oi the Regiment and Body of ArtiUery Men which he has eftablifhedon the European All the Officers who are to command under him at this have received Orders to obey him punctually under the pain of That General flatters himlelf with the Hopes of retaking Oczakow in a ibort and depends as much upon the Ardour of Ihe as upon their Affection and Confidence they repcfe in his TheBaihaw of who wltrt about iixiy thoufand Men hovered feveral Days In the Neighbourhood of the Imperial as if be ed to fall upon as it retired over the is marched off with his after having ravaged aH the adjacent The Skif mifh near Krojova if but the Lofs of the Imperialifts is now re prefentcd to be nor fo considerably as was at firft gi ven a Report thart the GrandSignior is very defirous JfeeKing would take upoa himfelf to guaranty what hail be fettled The Court has Ifiued1 Orders for aflembling a Body of Troops ia the Comptet which w to be commanded by the Duke dt Lieutenant The ill of the Cooni Thoulouze died in the tfeth Year of his c The Porte breaths War againfl and that for the more vigorous Pur fait or U the Grand Signior has drawn a very confidcrable Sum out of hii private Treafoi y Her Highnefstbe Sultaoefs Valid and other Pcrlons of the Diltindion of the have iikewifc giveo extravagant Sums for the fame Our Letters noisvithftand ing the Expedation of a Truce with tbe Sktr miflies happen daily in WalJaehiaand Tranfilvania be tween the Imperials and the Infidels and that the Baron de who defends a Poft ia Imperial has lately rouitd a Detachment of Letters from Conftantinopfle by Lex charged wrth the Em pecois at the bas been arreftcd put in Chains and Ihut op in the aoidog the
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