Tuesday, December 10, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1837, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin Since my raft arrived two Britifh which brought two and two Holland November H E Cammiffion eaablifhed for examining Count SeckendorfPs Affair has noc yet al we even begin to that it will not take and it is that aRefolution has been taken the Counts Reafons to be examined in the Coun cil ot which is to decide rtTs atcer bear ing the Opinions of fcveral Generals We have recejved Advice that the at tiano has been entirely re J QQclCwO toced to Afoesi the LoCs is computed at above twenty ifooufand Our Advices from HefleCafkl the Way that Count tJi8 has been at that and a Treaty wish Prince Willram of HelTe in which his Royal Highnefs in Behalf of 5 Brother the of to fend eighl u sext Car Scr Oar Letters trom the ITkrain itan ihe Veidc Marfha Count de Munich is gone rfvjfit ihe Lines which part that Province from Little in ordsr pue them in Condition to fiol Irate the Tartars Defigns on that after which his Excellency will repair to in order to afliffc a the Conferences which are to be held for regolaf iag llie Operations of the next Thofe Letters that Otzakow is ftored with Provifions and Amnruniuon for above a and that its Gar rifon of eifebt befides a Regiment ia the Forlreis of By a Lift which has been pablilhed it appears our Armies want but Twentyfour thoufaad Recruits j neverihclefs theCourt lias reiolved to encreale them to an hundred and eighty thooHind Men and we already begia totalfcof befieg IggChociim or Bender next if the Turks Jonbihften to PropoUls of Peace this Vienna 1C is generally reported here that the Pnuce de who comtnaDds in Tranfil bas defeated the Totks thai advanced to the Fiontiersof that and obliged them to repafs the River Alaura wiih conllderable h is like thar the Infidels have laid alide their Dtfign of auacking but on ihe oiher hand we that the Body of Turks which had repailed the arc now marching towards ihe and threaten to iavacU General who is under Ar at has tent a Memorial to in which he fees that the waniof every thing ne ftanding a obliged him to deliver up the cite whole t The Connt de loqgerguarded by Officers ia bis CbaroD aloijtall Expeoct abfolately ntceffjry for the ocxt paigo amdunts tbey to twenty fix Mitfiaos greater Fart we a aflfaredt alieadf pro There is no pw ticolar News from tfee Aritiy only thai the Turks are ia great Numbers s v Letters rroni Petersborgl of of November hfiflg thai the was arrived tfie Gmid Vizier ia fall zakow with an Army of about Cxty thoufand and twenty thoofand Tartars that be had aclosfif inveded the and began to beftege it but thai If was be wonW be obliged to racfe tbeSifgeoa accouat bad Weather and the vigorous fcfift of L O N t O N December 3 and Yefter day of tbc CnlloaJi the Ihree thoufand t LaftTuefday died at Kcoiington Gravel Lieutenant Cotbnel of the Regiment of Foot commanded by Brigadier We heat that Stephen Member of Par liament or new Rnmney in the County of and one of the Commifiloners for Victualling bis Majeflys will be appointed a Commiffioner of the and Comptroller ot the Victualling Accompli for the Port of in the Room of Sir Nicholas Tre A large commonly called a Ca ha which 53 Fees in 14 Feet from ihe Eye to the iz Feet high in Bulk in the opening ihe lowtr Jaw of the Mouih 8 Feet 4 25 Ivory Tectb of each Side the Jaw only two Fins the Tail in breath 14 Feec from Fork to was lately caught at a Place calidthe near Brad well in by John In James and others of Lambeth iaSurrya They write fcom Maryland of tne id of October they have had an exceffive Drought in that Pro which in Parts burnt up the Fruits of the Earth and that the Exportation of all Manner of Grain was ftnftly The Ship Robert bound from leand to Boftoa in New with which was loft near the Ifle of and Pdlfetigers had on board Gold and Silver Specie to the Value of fix thouland befides her which was all She was reckond oae of the deleft Ships ttut ever faiiM ftom One

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