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Dublin Weekly Intelligence (Newspaper) - August 1, 1710, Dublin, Dublin IW Containing a IMPARTIAL Full THE the 1710. my arrived One B and brought off two which brought Holland Ont ' with the following Ftvm the London Dared by the Gamp at 28. N about Noon the of made a Silly with nine names of nine Hundred and a Detachment of they upan the Lett ot our ond put Men at into bat recovered .md before attempt the part of we joined our to the on the from ib order to make a Second fi milled lift within two trie with 1 The Marlborough is gone this Morning with the Prince of to the before give Directions the Vigorous Prosecution of the and will return to the Army in the * the Campat July N. S. The Duke of Marlborough and of Savoy having on Monday laft voiced the Treaties and other works before char for carrying on our Approaches with a greater Number of were required thart could well be by the Troops for the whereupon a Detachment rd five and every Men was ordered the fame to mirch thither from cne to be employed chiefly in draining the and may very muchi facilitate the The fame we began a parallel the Right oi the Parallel in order to make a 3d. near the which is fo near we be ged and this He we to to it by the half and will Enemy's The 4uli"c cwo or Days The Enemy made tor draining of the the Gate of Ayre have had a very and it is hoped will be ready for opening Trenches at A with Ammunition and ires arrived onthe the a from They were by twelve kundred detached lucb Precautions trut the Enemy to gtve them any Boars are and forward with alt Detachments of arc from the Prince of to take cm as may for the ct oar Convoys of ms during the The of the Army ere ordered lo mark out a Field of lor thr Troops to repair in cafe the ihoa d attempt the extends from the Right at tne Lefts at it ia the Enemy's far ruining the in fuch that they Will be ready to fire ia cwo or three and that they maybe July with n of the Army has three wagons and each to join with five employed in the Ball from a General broke Ground on Sunday Night lafl on the of near the acid three hundred and fifty che ending the Road of and has fince been employed and ra ling a of Cannon and of the Upon advice were this in of went out wi b the Picket of the Horle to and found they were marching towards on Orders were immediately given for tha Prince of in and jo in as for draw ng ten Squadrons and twelve Battalions from the and calling ia our Detachments from other Ports for our by the the make to morrow wc know whether it be their *
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