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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1087 I he Dublin Up From TUESDAY November the to SATURDAY November the A Continuation of the laft galld by above 40 Cannon Her Crew confiftecT and the Soldiers on board were but Otfober who were part of the Regiment of Charles of Y a Letter from the Charles Man of commanded by The Intrepidity both War which had cruifcd fome time near of the Sailors and and their Conftancy in fo together with another calld perilous a cau never be enough the we that having The Artillery on board made 518 and received Ouiefs to retire under the Can 5226 Cartridgefhot were fpcni by the Small non of Oi weighed Anchor the i8th the Tutkifli Veficls which had purfued the Charles of and was actually all the Night long to the Point of the abovementioned to follow the which fleerd were fo ill jccommodaied in their ihat lhatCourfe the Night But me had fcarce fei two of em had like to have funk to the if SiiJ when he was furrounded in a manner by ip the others had not come to Tuikifii calld whicn atcackd her with The Officers of the Artillery on board the Char deal of 1 he Captain Meflo who is a were Captain a three Gtnoefe that commanded leceived them with all and 37 Gunners There were allo four Lieutenants y He made feveralDifcharges up on board that belonged to the Regiment of Turkifh Veilis from his confifting the Sicur a Knight of and 0118 Cannon of and twelve the Mdrquis both Neapolitans the Sieur which he loaded with Cartridge as faft as the Penfioni de and an The Saicks bore up to his The Troops that were on General has been complimented in board made a continual Fire likewife upon tbeEnemy j calar upon this Occafion by all the both fo that in ihe Evening they were forced to retire with mans and a tho they had been fupportcd by The Conferences remain till a Batety ot four Guns fromhe the Ottoman Minifteis Plenipotentiaries Tins Charles took advantage by the Night to refufing to a Hi ft at under Pretext that Ihey can parfue hcrCoutfe but could not make much neither hear nor receive any Propofals till they receiva brcaufe me ilrove agatntt the And on the fr orn the The Ef at he was again attackd by the fame the ihird Plenipotentiary who went lo Cor reinforced by The lurks made ftantioople for thole In ft is niadc Secretary to the Efforts they could to board her but were re the new Grand fo that he is not to come back polfcd as often as they came by the terrible and and when anotherPlenipotentiary will be jiamd continual Fire of the Sailors and Soldiers that he had in his Place is not yet nor when he will bring Upon ihisOccafion the Enemy loft a great new many but theiForce being inceflantly refrefhed Count Scckendoiff arrived here m by Reciuits from the they returned feveral two Days with GeneialDiemar in Times to the being then alfo iupported by frem the Army in its will be two frtfh one of tour Guns and the other of commanded next by the Great Duke of three yet all their weie to no and by the de Konigfegg and Palfii the the Ship was arrived near the Ifle of Of letter of whom will foon be created a KnighE whrre the 1 put a great Number of Soldiers of the Golden who made a furious Fire upon the The Baftiaw who commands the Blockade of which was by this Means attdckd in a terrible Man makes ofe of Complaifance as well as Corapulfion j for ner from Places at by the Troops that when he fammoDed the Imperial Commandant to fur were in the by thofc from the and by the he lignified to that the Grand Signior Hands on board the but he defended felf would take it very kindly ot the and look np fo that the Turks were at laft obliged to on it as a Proof of the Emperors Difpofition lomake and to abandon the which pi oceed Peace with the Pot te buc the far from cd in herCourfc the Night following without being wheedled by this goes on with the nccelfary Pjeparations a good and the The Charles received abundance of both Baihaw is p eparing to befiege having for that Pur horn the Cannon and Small befides a vail Nuni pofe fent for Artiileiy fiom ber of Daits and which the Turks let fly at We have a Report that the E and yti he had but two Men bsfidcs the Icftor of Bavaria will furnifh a Body of Troops for the Her fufferd having been Eropcrors Service in Hungaiy if the Wat againft the Turk ;