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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 1806, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin Gazette. From Saturday January 4th, to Tuefday January 7th, 1706. Naples, Decemb. 7. N. S- OU R Viceroy continues his Precautions to guard the Kingdom againft Invaiious, and to curb the Party of the Houfe of Auftria, which is very ftrong. He has ordered his Son to vifit the Forts and Magazines, and the Horfe to be ready to march, and he has made Places of Arms of Capuo, Nole, Bagni and Carignano; and in order to oblige the Magiilrates and City of Naples to grant him fome Revenues belonging to the Town, for the Subli-ilance of his Troops, he puts them in hopes of the Abolition of feveral Imports} but they being unwilling to grant it, he has feiz'd on certain Rents throughout the Kingdom, and has fent to the King of France for potent and fpeedy Supplies to defend the Country againft Invafions from abroad, and Infurrections at home. Genoa, Decemb. 7. The Earl of Peterborough gzvz a magnificent Treat here to the Nobility of the two Claires, and the Mini-fters of the two Crowns came to the Feaft out of Jealoufie, and toobferve fuchofthe Nobility as appear'd molt zealous for the Allies. This Republick has in the mean time privately furniftVd the Town of Savon a, fo as to prevent its being furprized. Monf. de Iberville is arrived here as Reiident from Trance. Brefcia, Decemb. g. The French have quitted a]] their Polls on the Oglio, and are retired into Cremona, on the Fortifications of which Place they work Day and Night. They hawl on Land all the Boats out of the and then burn them. The Prince of Vmdemont and General Medavi have caused all the Forage along the Chiefa to be bought �P, and in fome Places'tis taken away by force, to be carried to Mantua, for making a new Magazine, to fubfift their Horfe which to the Number of about 40 Squadrons are quartered in and about that City. Zurich in Switzerland, Decemb. 22. The Letter writ by the Duke of'Wirtemburgh to theCatholick Cantons, in anfwer to theirs, offering their Mediation for a General Peace, is as follows. Everard Louis, by the Grace of God Duke Wirtemburgh &c. To Our noble, prudent, and fpecialgood Neighbours and Friends, WOwr friendly Greeting, &c E have received your Lord flips of the 6thj in which We perceive your particu- cular Zeal and Care for reftorrng a Common and Honourable Peace and Tranquility, and frail not be wanting in the approaching Diet of the Circle 0/Swabia, who are our High and Lau~ dable Allies^ to communicate the fame to themy and to (econd this your commendable Defgnin the beft manner We can, flnce We defire nothing more than the putting a flop to the fiedding of fo much Christian Blood, and the E[tablif:ment as foon as may be, of a farey honourable and Lifting Peace. And We fall ^ on Our part, do '*ajl that's praBicable for cultivating a good ifyiendjhip and Neighbourhood with the Laudable Confederated Swifs Cantons, and with thofe Laudable Countries that are united in Defigning the Welfare of the Empire, and of the Ctrcle. hi the mean time, after commending your Lordjhips to the Protection of the moft JLigh, We fall always be your Lordfips in all readinefs^ Dated Sept. 28. 1706. Everard Louis. Dantuck, Decemb. 22. This City has not yet thought fit to own, by any PublicH Declaration, the Title of King Stamjlaus7 notwithftandmg he has notified the Treaty between the King of Sweden and King Aur guftm, and the Abdication of thejatter} for the Affairs of Poland are ftill in fuch a confufion, that they do not know what to do. They write from Warfaw, that a Circular Letter from King Stanijiam was brought there into the Chancery, but was not yet publifhed. That Prince notifies therein, the Peace between the King of Sweden and King Augufvj, and allures the Poles that he will be fhortly at Warfaw, to hold a Senatus Confilium ; to endeavour to find out proper means to pacify the Inteftinc Troubles in Poland, and concert proper meafures to drive the Mufcovites out of the Territories of the Republick. Letters from Lembcrg of the 9th Inft. fay, that the news of the Treaty aforciaid being brought thither, the xMinifters of the Czar fell into violent Expreffions, and held a council of War with fuch Polifh Grandees as were with them, wherein they communicated the Original Treaty, concluded between the Czar and King Auguflm, and refotved to write to the Generals of the Crown and the re-fpetftive Palatinates of the Kingdom, that they may not own King Stanifaus. They have alfo refolved, that the Primate of the Kingdom (hall publifh an Inter-regnum, and write to ail Foreign Princes and States not to own that Prince. The Mufcovites have pro-
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