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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From TflESDAY December the to SATURDAY December the Since my aft arrived one Britifli which one Holland H E Baron who is potted at Ca on the frontiers of Imperial has beat andput to Flight a Detachment of i that offered io him chat The Council of War has feot Orders to arrcft tis was the Caak of the Difafter which the Im perialifts lately at by his Contempt of the Intelligence he lJnt400Q Turks were approaching and by bafcly leaving 400 Jflenat be put to the Sword or taken Pjifoners by tfce fleets newly published a whereby Majefty confirms ancient Privileges of the and in particular that wfckh ordains that the Charges and oents ofa certain fltall only be conferrd upon the Natural There is no more talk of the MJng s Marriage itij one of the Princess o Germany as was reported feme time We are soured that the Imperial Troops in ihc Spring for and co fuppiied Grand Dukes who by that Time All the Troops in the Grand Dukes are ordered to be reformed and the Men found unfit for to fce and others placed in their An hundred thou Pieces of are arrived here from to pay the Im perial Troops in this The Imperial Troops here are to march for Hungary in che and new Recruits are to be raifed in their They write from that a Body of feme ihoufand Turks had appeared in the Neighbourhood of tbac making a Shew as ir they intended to befiege it but as thKe is a ftrong Garrifon in we doubt whether that is their real Deiign ic is believed that they will endeavour to take Pod on that in order to make Incurliors into the Diftrift of The EHiabeth and the Charles Men of thatcruined near Widdin this are come up the Danube js far as to a Place called the Iron Gate but as they cannot come up becaufe of the Rapidity of the Stream at this time of Ihd it is reported they will be in Cafe there is any ianger of their falling into the Hands of the We have juft received Advios that the Turks have taken Poft in an Ifland overagainft upon which the Comman dant of that Phce had caufcd the two Men of War to be af ter taking Dlit of them the Ammunition and The laft Letters from the Frontiers of Turky confirm Count BoopevaVs Arrival at Bender the ith of lal in order to difpofe evury thing for undertaking the Siege of We have likewife received a Confirmatian of the irruption of the Tartars on the Frontiers orthe On the ioth Iniant their Highneffcs the Ptinceis Royal and Prince Orange arrived at the Abbey of On the i their HighneTTts came on which Day and the Entertainments were made for them by ftveral Perfons of the but the their had in ihe exuaordio4ry Elleem and ilxewn to was on a changed into ConfternatioD asd the News her Higbnefs received oc the of tlie Queens Illnefs and beipg in Danger Her Royal Highnefs ftruck with that ic was found proper immmdiately tolet which in one in the That Night theft jpiiineffcs gave Orders all in Readinefs by Morning ce feturn to Breda could not be done but Prince bad Time firft to take Leave of the of the principal Perfonsofher Count de the Spanilh EmbaiTa has refjiived a Courier from Madrid with very import ant which occafion it is reported that theRtng cf Spain with this Court a Negociation which been interrupted it is that in order to affure his Catholick is difpofed to furniA the with a considerable Sum of and like wife to fecond him by Sea in the War againft the parisy We learn from tkatjlie States oi that Province have named to go to Verfailfesto make humble Remonftrances to the King about the de manded of them the 5th of this at the opening of the Meeting of the On Thurfday laft a Tinker and a Sew two who it each otherV Bu finefs came to the William who keeps a War ren in the Parifh ot ibreeMiles from this and were employed by bis Wife tomertd a Kettle 5 7but more than flie thought the Work was tie refufedjto pay them their Demand i upon which they were going to take away the and flie laying hold of they ufed her very and caufed her to cry out HerHusband coming to her they puttied him down and his Wtfe Upon threatening thac their Buch ftiould tear their Gutsout to prevent which the faid William Chaddock went for his Gun to feoot which the Sew Gelder told hfmhe would him to handle aGun9 and accordingly laid hold of andPBeal him with an Oaken Cudgel and in the Struggle the Gun werif and unfortanately killed the ihefatd Chaddocks Wife wasbfgvtkli and the her and tore her Cloaths beiore bft went for the Gun walked about YardsafteiJ he was and then dropc down j which Chaddock im mediately came to Hereford for a and when the came he was dead Upon this the fiid Chaddock fuirendered and is now in the County Miifiol They write from that they had a melancholy Account from afa Tbroac Diilemper ragirg there in a mofl terrible and that witljin icOays 45 Perfons have died It feems to be a very ur acclbuntable no Medicines which have as yet been ap ply have any to or fo much as eafgjrtie Pa but continues It is the Opinion of antoely phyii cians that it is a kind of and wbat feeros remarkable in this the meaner the Patients live rfie worfc they are we have left ff the Ufe of and put tlicic Patients upon a good generous which fcems co have a better than any other November 29 and December was a great Council at che to fettle the Manner of her On Friday 4 QCO Quarters of Wheat were enteid at theCuftom hcwfi for Spain and On
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