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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 24, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1098 The Dublin Gazette Dp From SATURDAY the to TUESDAY December the a Since my laft arrived one which brought i Holland and i French November H E Grand aignior has lent a Seymona Pe and a Sibre fei with as a Ptefent to BafhaW of to fignify to him how much hisHign nefs is pleasMwith the Meafures he loofc for lecurine that Place againache Ruffians in their laft Expedition into the Bafhaw who was hasten fent to Widdin wtthtne Title of in order to command the Otto roan Troops that are aflembled in Bulgaria Several tboofands of Militia have bfisn lately raifed in this Ciiyand Parts aad fhippd off in the Black and join1 the Grind Seniors Army towards Conferences very frequent between the Marquefs de his rnoft Chriftian Majefty s and IheMinifters of the about me Conditions upon which a Peace might be concluded brtween his Hifthnefs and the Sir Everard Faolkner and the Britilh and Dutch Era who tefided at Bibadagh during the grefs of are come back to this The ot Interpreter to the went a few Days ago to the Bailoof the Republick of ind decard to him by That his Highnefs beard that at Vienna they flatterd Iherofelvesthe would declare War againft the Porte nexc in order to make a Diver fioa in the Emperors Favour v that he was very indifferent apon the and in a good Condi 1 tion enough to repatfe his yet he could 1 not give credit 10 what was publiQTd in that Refpeftj v therefore that his Hiftbnefs would be very glad to of the Republick whether he really 4 infpnds to take Share in the Confluences of the 1 between the Porte and the The Batlo anfwerd trie That hitherto it ap 4 peard to him that the Republick was inclined to keep Peace with theGrand Signior that to his knowledge fhe had not changd that he would write to Venice tor the neceffiryEdairciflfeenenis upon that 1 SubjecV That Minifter laid hold of this Oppertu nity to complain of ihe Iniolts committed by the Cor fairsof Dukigno npon feveral Venetian Ships trading iQthc Adriatick to which the Gand Signior lent Anftoer that the Satisfaction which the Republick may depends on the Anfwcr which be flu leceive towhat he defires to The Eropefs has this Day rentExpreiles to all her Minifters with circular Letters togivethem Notice of the Important News which her Imperial Majsfty receivd ttjis Morning of the raifing the Siege of Oczakow by the Tus and Orders to communicate if to the Courts where Great Rejoicings will be made here upon thai Her Imperial Majefty propofcd Tome lime ago io lake Meafuresfor fettling the Succefiioa to the Throne of in cafe fhe ftould bui has not able tobfio it btaufr of die Multitude of Affairs with which the Court is taken up on ac count of the War with the All the neceflary Meafures are taken for opening the next Campaign with Succefs the Supplies defignd for ic are alread y fecord and the Clergy and in order to contribute equally to the Glory of the iiave cffetd her Imperial Majefty a cooflderabte Gift to enable ber to bear the Expences of this We here by anexprels from Bel that fince the Army feperated the Turks had attempted to furpnze ihe Fortrefs of baE were ftortly it added ihat the infidels baveappeard again in the Neighbourhood of Orfova with about twenty ihoufjnd and carried offihe Major of ihe Regiment Pitnnay The Veldt Marfoal Count Keren huller feioutthe pth Inftant for It now that the Commiflloa for trying Count will take and we are adored they will their Sittings Tomor row it is compofed of the Veldf Maifhal Coantde the Generals deCordoua Aolick Coanfellor of and Counfellor of the Court ofi It isfaid this CommiiTiOQ is to cornmonicate their to the Aulick Council of and the CouDcil is to make their Report to the Winter Quarters have been afllgnd to Count Seck Equipages by his Imperial Majeftys the Duke of Great Duke of is to command in chief the Imperial Army in Hungary next his Royal Highnefs is refolded to fet ooc fpeedily logo and takePofTeffionofthe Great Datchy of that he pay be back to open an Campaign againft the Meafures have beea taken to bring together a greater Army next than we had this The Sentence upon Major General formerly Commandant of by the Court Mai fhal held at Belgrade has been tene to the Emperor it is aid that General is to be hot to but we dont hear that his Imperial Majefty has approvd of it there are fevcral thai think his Punifhmeni will be The States of Auftria have granted the Emperor a confiderable Sumt and 13000 Recruits more than the preceding to enable him to carry on the War with Vigour againffc the It is faid that the Palatine is fol liciriop at this Court a Difpenfation of ia favour of the Prince of that he may be enabled to take the eventual Inveltiture of Highoefss yitm4t h is given out that a who palled chio this Cicy fomc time ago in his Way to was charged with a Letter from the Cardinal de Fleury to the Grand in which his Eminency exhorts him to make ufe of his Credit with the Grand in order to prevail upon him to Peace witn the It is coal the Cardinal reprefented to That the Events of War are too uncertain to boitd any Hopes otSuccefs 1 upon that if his Highnefs rejeS the Conditions that hill be rxopofed to him for making Peace with the tbeu is great Reaiba Co thai the
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