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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1837, Dublin, Dublin From SATURDAY foly the 6 TUESDAY Jugufethe C0atiouaiipa of the teft facquets ManifeRo concerning War aliili WaVinis dif Tdreijgo Miaifters tf other than reciprocal Defeste aJd 4 and principtHy to affift each wicn all as fooa Oetoman which sever ixales wetcfeing all Opportunities to ffgnaliie her Hatred lotbt Chtiftian hoatd go1 ibodf t4 break the Treaties of Truces flic bad concluded witft This Union between the two which was judged fo oftful in wbeolbey were obliged to forhl Lftguc for oppofihg tfee Arms of and formidable h e HE Count in the Letter he wrote I to the Grand dated AprH tii the laft ibews in faf Ligfit the juft ibaf inclined the Raffias 4o declare the has even dbfife it ia auflblfto ofrlr ia Oppofitron to f he raoft forth taIris or jfahey It any of wasonlfby fucft weak to M fcotmt Ktmigfegg itf his fifft Mtter td the Grand producesio many Evidences or the Emperors 2tarl to prevent this furious that his Imperial Majtfty fan all tire room imaginable to flatter that even Ills very Enemies win iWs hinder themfelves from acknow ledging Love for his his and above aII his fcrupuloos Ex in faithfully and julrly fulfilling the Engage ments be once eritm Eich of thofe Letters is toficUnt ilhen to defflonftrate that the Jvtocratrice Of all the ktfffiaf is the Party and conte qdetftly in poflfeffibn of a Right to demand from the Oitooiaq Porce a juft Satistaaion for what has and an entire Security for the Time to From tbence ft that his Imperial after hatfibg Yedrs in vain attempted 16 prevent the and Having fince tiappehtd employed his Eodeavoors above a Year with the fame Zeal and as Uttte to procure an End to the War between Ruffia tad the cannot any longer oppofe tht WtaflCts ttade to him by her Majefty of all the her Irlte a good and faithful The JafticeorthisProcreding being nothing more remains than lay before the publick certtin and are but jaft pointed itw tht Letters from one Side and 1 The Alliance which now fo happily unites the Em betor 6i the Romans and1 the Autocratrice of allthe V M A wbie4i Was coocladed tcaM all Cbriftendom with a gcaeral ought now to mneii fliore advantageous by pftfefit ftoimfhiag Condition of It is the fareft Baftk that cad to tte Violence of Thd feveral the 4 and iht they have made of to brttfc arc fo ma Proofs of its Utility to the bit Empires fljrfl r enwiii thtir m tiding lile aiiyd ai any to ap formerh r arofe in It is even well known how tfofc Infidels have fpread the Alarm beyond 4 that border if it is evident that Chiiftendoia draws infinite Advantages from this Union betweea 4 the two there is no fear of its can ling more 4 frequent Ruptures in on the their united Forces art capable of preventing 4 and hindering 4 We ought 10 be perfuaded that the Turks are aN ways in a ready Dtfpofittoa to attack the Chrifttans f the lead favourable a Glimmering df 4 the violent Humour of a Prime 4 the Fury of a hotheaded licentious unbridled Sol c is fufEcicnt to determine them to War Had 4 it not beeo for that which they bad upon their Hands againft Per and the Fear they were in of the onion of the Power of the Emperor ot the Romans and the Autvcrttrise of the RaflksT tile Peace of 4 PafTarowitz had noc certainty been of folong a DoV But neither the Repofe thai Europe 4 nor the great Advantages we might naturally pro c to oorfelvcs from the Reunion of thofe two powerful white the Turks were engaged able to leflen that fiocereDefire whidi 4 the allyd Courts had to preferve Peace and Trarj 4 as much as was poffible for them to do J Ail 4 evident Proof that the Maintenance of that as well as their reciprocal is tha tiue i i Count ;