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   Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 7, 1806, Dublin, Dublin                                $tuffli>. j So The Dublin Gazette. From Tuefday January yth, to Saturday January i ith, 170*. Yefterday arrived Four Englifh Packets, which brought one Holland Mail. Milan, Decemb. 20.   JV. S. |H E Troops of Heff?, with feveral Impe- Arial Regiments, are employed in the Blockades of Cremona, which is commanded by the Prince of Hejfe-CaJJel, who has taken his Quarters at Harefma. The French who are Quartered in and about Mantua, frequently fend out Parties to difturb them; but they are generally routed, the Confederates keeping always a very good Guard every where. The rainy Sea-fon hinders the attacking of Cremo)u, by the way of a formal Siege, as it does likewife the intended Siege of our Caftle j and renders the Attack of V.i-Un\a more tedious than was expected. The Gari-fon of Ca.\al is employed in repairing the Fortifications of that Place. There were found in it, when it was lately taken by the Confederates, 75 Pieces of Cannon, and great Quantities of Ammunition, and Stores of all kinds, which the Enemy had laid up there. Geneva, Decemb. 21. Our Letters from Italy import, That the Germans ftreighten Count Medavi more and more*, and that having a Cor-refpondence with- the Town of Crcmon.i, the Burghers made a Subterranean Vault, in order to introduce the Imperialifts into the Town, but their Parties hovering too oiren about the City, the Governor difcovered the Plot. They write from Ali-lan, that the Gittadelof Modena holds out frill, not-withftanding Monf. ie Bar, the Governor ib dead� That the 14th Inftant the Arms of Prince Vaude-mont was taken down from the Palace\ That the fame Evening Prince Eugene arrived there, and that a great number of Bombardiers are actually arrived in that City, in order to be employ'd in the formal Siege of the Caftle, which is to be carried on during the Chriftmas Holidays. The Earl of Peterborough was to Embark the nth inftant at Genoa for Spain, and his Lordfhip carries with him great Sums of Money for King Charles the 3d. Vienna. Dec. 22. Letters from Bungay fay, our Troops have lately obtained Advantages overfome Parties of the Malecontents, from whom they have taken Cannon, Colours, and a great many Horfes. The Dutch Envoy had two days ago a Letter from Prince fygotsli, but we know not yet whether the Treaty with the Malecontents will be renewed. i5 Jefiiits who were lately banifh'd by that Prince, are come hither to complain of it. Yefterday the Emperor received an Exprefs with Advice, That General J{abutin, who has been penn'd up for fome time pair, by the Malecontents, has opened himfelf a Way, Sword in hand, and i=> fafely arrived at Scgedin. Drefien, Dec. 24. The Swedifh General Meyer-feU came hither the 22d Inftant from Alt-Kanj}ad, the King of Sweden's Quarters, with an Invitation from his Majefty to the Princes -fames and Conjhn-ti'ie SobiesH-: They accordingly" fct out for that Place yefterday Morning, and'were met about 3 Leagues off by Prince Alexander their Brother, who went back with them towards Alt-Kgnftad. The King of Poland is fhorrly expert ed here from Leip-firty as are alio the Queen tumi hamih, and the Eleclrefs Dowager, with the bk-cturai Prince, 'rum % Dutchv uib;llhin. Francfort, Dec. 29. The Elector of Men*? is now at Bamberg; He has given Ordeis fur the preparing a great Magazine of Ammunition a-nd alf o-ther Warlike Stores ztMent^ and for Recruiting his Forces with all expedition. His Electoral Hign-nefs has alio ordered his Minifter at fiatisbon to re-prefent to the other Minifters at the Imperial Diet there, the Neceflity of providing as early as poffi-ble their feveral Quota's of Men, Artillery and Ammunition. The Enemy on their fide are making Preparations \n.Alfae for an early Campaign. Hamburg, Dec. 31. We have Advice from Warfare*, that the Mufcovite Minifters having received notice of the Pacification or Poland, and King Au-guftus's Abdication, declar'd, that their Mafter had not made an Alliance with that King alone, but with the whole Republick, which he would aftift to the utmoft of his Power : therefore they delir'd the Generals of the Crown, not to be difpirited by the faid Abdication of King Augujius, butto adhere-firmly to the Czar, who has promifed never to a-bandon them. It has been refoived to call a new Council; and 'tis faid, an lnter-regnum will be proclaimed, and that rhc Republick will proceed to a third choice of a King,, which, is like to fell on either of the Generals of the Crown. The Czar has concluded a new Treaty with the Ottoman Port for fome Years. Letters from Saxony, import, that the King of Sweden is not only augmenting his Army, but that King AugujlM is likewife recruiting his, and �ordered new Arms to be made for fome thoufands of Men. Hague, J-ih. 4. letters from the North import* That the Czar was lb iurprizd, when he hard the firft News of the Peace between the Ring of Sweden, and King Augu/lm, that he would not believe it till the fame was Confirmed to him by repeated Oaths, and many probable Circumftances. His Czarifh Majefty difpatched immediately feveral Couriers, and relolved to return to Mufcovc.   King Auguflus is now at Drefden, and 'tis faid the Poles defign to E-lecf a new King, hoping to be powerfully fupported by the Czar.   Letters from Saxony of the hrft Inftant, import, That the Swedes demand ftill the Contributions for the Months of January, February^ March and April'-, and that the famous Minifter and General Patkull, who had fo well ferv'd King Au-gufl-.n, was delivered up to the Swedes, who treat him as a Criminal, and will not hearken to the Inter -cefhons made to lave his Life.   Letters from Paris fav, they had Advice that the Marquis de Kay came the 15th pa ft with a Body of French and Spaniih Troops before Alcantara, in Eftramadura, and retook that place, which the Confederates had taken, from the Enemy thelaft Campaign. Edinburgh, Dec 20. The Debate mentioned in the minutes of the Iaft Sederunt, in relation to the Allowing of Drawbacks upon the Exportation of Beef and Pork was rcfumcd, and after fome Debate, Lhe Vote was ftaced, Approve of the Report of the Committee, or alfer: Before Voting it was agreed, that the Members Votes fhall be marked, and the lift of their Names Printed as they Vote. Then the Vote was put, Approve, or Alter, it was carried Altei by one Vote only. Moved, that the Parliament proceed-to the coniidera-tion. of what Drawbatk> lhall be alloued upon the Exportation of Beet ar.d Pork, after fome Reafur-aarced it ihot.rl be, defer r'd till next ing it \\\ Seders".. Edcnhurzb,   

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