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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1077 The Dublin From TUESDAY the to SATURDAY OSWwthe Yefterday in the Afternoon arrived Three Bri tilh Pacquetsr which brought two French and two Holland July E have atlaft found out che Subjedt of the AmbafTa dors Commiffion arrived here from Thamas Kculi Kan When the Porte refolved to break with he forefaw that ihe mull be obliged to break Ike wife with the Emperor and the Apprehension ihe had ot not be irgable to maintain a War againft thofe two Powers determined krto make Propofals to Kouii Kan fcr Affirtance from him to obtain which Ihe had recourfe to all forts of Methods and She reprefented to that the formidable Union between the Emperor and might tend to pull down the Ottoman Power and that in fuch a Cafe the ether Princes and States ot Ada might have great Caufe to dread the Confluences of it To tbefe publickReafons private Intereft was joined Offers were made to ILouli Kan to give him up two or threeProvinces bordering on theConquefts which were yielded to him by the lad Treaty of Peace there remained chen but one thing which might have dafh cd the Ncgociations to and that was fome Articles leit un decided relating to the Difputes between the Turks and about the Omar and Haly but the lefs fcrupulous in thofe Points than fhe formerly ufed to granted the Pcrfuns all their Demards on that Head This Difficulcy being thus got Kouli Kan coniidered the Importance of the other two Ob jefts upon which he fent the Ambaflador row here to treat about that Affair that Muufter has lud frequent Conferences with the and we are that every thing is almoft regarding the new Ctffiors to be made We have alfo a that Thamas Kouli Rao will jffiftthe Porte with an hundred and fixty thoufard The Turkifli Plenipotentiaries at Nimirow give that the Grand Signiors Meet in the Black has beat the Flotilla or Tis certain there has been an Aftion between and the Ruffian Plenipotentiaries cUim the Advan An Account of ic is in which Notice is taken of che uninterrupted Succefs of the Ruffian and efpecially the good Fortune which they have had never to fuftainary confi derable Lots becaufe in the Perms otihe tho be Bit tie that has happened in the Black was very the Ruf IUPS had no more than two Men killed and about fix Jndthat none of their Ships received any confiderable Damage whereas theTurkifh tho ot Sultanas and has tared infinitely Letters from the Ukraine that Dorduck the Ran of be who is Tributary having not perlormd the fecond Expedition which be bad promiied to undertake againft the Tartars ot Cuban the to the Number of near twenty had repafsd the River of and had made an In curfion along tlx where they had plundered and burnt 30 Villages ot the took cveral thoufard and af terwards returned to Cuban but that all the Cotfacks of that Country joining purfucd the Tartars with fuch that bey obligd them to leave Part of their Prifonersand Booty behind We have an Account that Prince Ragotski and General Bonneval are enterd at the Head of forty Turks And that the Grand Vizier was gone to encamp Oczakow ard the Ruffian Army which was repafled the and that by this Means the Ruffians with the is entirely The Letters that the Emperor fcrt to to defire a Supply of twenty thoufand By Letters from Nimirow ot the loth have A that the Ruffians had razed the Fortifications ot except the Cihdel and and that they will leave only 3000Men for to have garrifcnd the whole would have up The Saxon Officers who are lately arrived from fipeml Army in Hungary that the Army is to half the Number it was the Beginning of the October and 4 On Saturday at the new Market at there were Green which fold at a very high The Dutch Merchants concerned in the Flota and the Azogusf lately arrived at have received Advice from their Corref that the Effcds brought from America have been unload ed into the Kings and that they are foon like tObe ditlributed without any Demand by the Court of Madrid of any1 larger Indulto than 7 It was yefterday llrongly reported upon the Royal Exchange that four Dutch Men of War have taken fix Spanifh Ships in by way of Reprifal for the Depredations tfaefe laft have committed on rhe Trad ing Subjeftstrf theUiSted Letters from Count Munich that the Ruffian Army was advancing towards the Place where the River Bog falls into the Nieper and it is believed would embark on board the Flotilla in order to make a powerful Diverilon in the Emperors Extract of a Letter fam Since the Anfwer has been given Invitation of the Courts of Vienna and France to accede to Mtedefinitive Affairs have been io a kind of ufaally the Time that the Speculative are moft Very deep Reafoninas are made ufe of by this Tribe upon various Events as upon the certain Refufal of his Catholick Majefty to approre of aixf enter into the definitive Treaty the Marriage of Don Carlosthe March of the Troops of Frarce towards the Barrier the ing off of the Conferences at Antwerp 3rd at Nimirow and laft ot the many Loffes which the Emperor has fuftained during the ihort Campaign in 6 A Report has been lately that the Spaniards had be gun Hoftilities in America againft the Subjects of but thofe who are moft in the Secret affirm the contrary indeed its by no means probable that the Spaniards fliould be the Agref fors in the prdent Situation of which would not be fa id with fo much it France could find means to accom modate the Differences between the Emperor ard Spain in lation to the allodial Eibte of the Grand Dufce of The Engliih are not inlenlible that France would be far from being difplcafed ro fee ac the utmoft Variance with the Spaniards becaufe it would certainly reap great Advantages in regard ro its Commerce by fuch a Mi hinder which it is noc doubted but the Court of Great Britain will if poffible prevent 4 There have been lately fccrec Conferences amongftihe Mini ftersof certain Proteftant Powers at the the Subjcfts of ibo rot certainly yet is corjsftured to he of the following Nature Thofe Powers perceiving the formidable U Houle of Auftria with which i hey imagine inevitably texds to overturn the Ballance ot Power in Europe that fo mucn Blood and Treafurer have been expended toeiu and may one Day prove very prejudicial to the ProteftanC have judged neceflary to counterbalance this threatening by endeavouring to form a defeniive AUiance betiveen the Proteftart Powers of the North and tbofe of the Empire The Pretext of this Alliance is faM to be to fupport the Proteaant Re and to make new Efforts to obtain the Revocation of the Claufe of the Article of the Treaty of There have been likewife feveral Conferences between Mr Walpolcand the Deputies of the States which its faid have been held to coniulc on the propereft Meafures to remedy without Delay the Injury thatthe tnglifli and Dutch Commerce has fuffered in America by the Spaniflj Guard de and to that End to lend a Squadron of Englifh and Dutch Men of War into WeftIndies but the Reiult of thefe Conferences are not yet known and its uncertain whether their High Miehti 4 neffcs have detcrmind upon which they bare a confiderable 1 inie in From that the Senate has received a Courier from upon which it has been given that ell things are ready foe trarfpouing a Body of French Troops into the Ifland of Corfica cpnfiaing of 5000 and that the in confidera uon pay a Sum ot Money co the Court of FrctH ;