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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1806, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin From Saturday January nth, to Tuefday January 14th, 170I. Yefterday arrived an Englifh Packet, which brought Two Oftende Mails. Turin, Decemb. 18. iV. S. TH E Prince of Cirignatfs Palace is fitting up for the Reception of Prince Eugene, who is expe&ed here in few days. Our Sovereign, who arrived here the 11 th Inftant, has ordered a Counter-guard to be made to cover the Outworks of our Citadel. The late Governor tfCazal has obtained leave to go to France upon his Parole. The Magiftrates of that City have paid 50000 Crowns Contribution. The Montferrat has agreed to pay 1000 Crowns a day, in lieu of Winter-quarters. A great number of Gabions have been already fent to Milan, and a Train of 100 pieces of Cannon and Mortars is getting ready to be employ'd in the Siege of the Ca-Itle of that place *, after the redu&ion of which, the Fort of Sufa will be attack'd. Vienna, Dec. 25. Baron Szirmai fet out the 22d Inftant for Hungary,'with Difpa^es from this Court, relating, as is faidr to fome Propofals towards renewing the Negotiations for ending the Troubles in Hungary by an Accommodation. The Malecon-tcnts threaten an Irruption into Sclavoma, General Creutz. is gone to Effeck, to make the necefTary Difpofitions for the Security of that Frontier. Letters from Aratb fay, Count Berzeni was advancing with 15000 Malecontents towards Segedin and Zolmck, with intent to have attacked thofe places, but was countermanded by Prince Ragotski, who has fent him Orders to march towards Rofenou. There are Advices from Turkey, that the Grand Vizier was ftrangled, for endeavouring to encline the Sultan to fuch Councils as are not agreeable to the Engagements into which the Ottoman Port en-trcd by the Treaty of Carlowitz. -7 and that Monf. Guarient, the Emperor's Minifter there, had received freih afTurances of their Bifpofition to obferve the fame inviolably. Ratisbon, Jan. 2. The King of Pruffia\ Deputies here have fignified to the Prote-ftant Minifters, that the King of Sweden has caufed a Reprefentation to be made, that the AiFairs of Religion in the Empire ought to be laid more to Heart, to the end the 4th Article of the Treaty of Rcftoick (as being illegal, and without the confent of the Empire, contrived by the Roman Catho-fcks) may be annuli'd, and the Treaty of Munfler, fc far as it concerns Religion, re-ftor'd to its' due Force. Berlin, Jan. 4. The King having received Advices, that the King of Sweden continues to raife Men throughout the whole Electorate of Saxony, in order to compleat his old Regiments, and raife 1 o new ones; and that King Augujim is alfo making Levies, hisPrufTian Ma jetty has thought "fit to give out Commiflions for railing 11 new Regiments, that whatever turn Affairs take, be may be provided againft all Events. Yefterday my Lord Raby was with Monf. Rofe-hahn, the Swedifh Minifter here, and in plain terms, ask'd him, whither the King of Sweden in encreafing his Forces, had any Delign againft the Empire, and it's Allies ? To which Monf. Rofehahn reply'd, That the Queen of England, and the High Allies, might defend upon it, that the Me a fur cs the King of Sweden might take, would give them no Vn-eajinefs. Franc fort, Jan. 5. A Report is fpread, that Prince Lewis of Baden died on Friday laft, but we have an Account from good Hands that he is ft ill living, tho' in a very languishing Condition. ''Tis advised from Italy, that a fufficient Number of Gabions and 30 heavy Cannon and Mortars were already brought to Milan in Order to the Attacking of that Caftle. Amjierdam, Jan. 10. Letters from Genoa of the 18th of December advife, that the 15th my Lord Peterborough faifd from thence with 4 Men of War for Barcelona, taking with him 125000 Piftoles, and Bills to a confiderable Value : And that they had a Report there, that 8 Ships of War were put to Sea from Thovlon. The Tranfports with the Recruits for Portugal, &cy are fail'd from the Texel with their Convoy. Edinburgh, Dec. 30. That part of the 7th and laft Claufe of the 15 th Article, be-ginining thus (and as for the Ufes to which the faid Sum of 398085 /. 10 s.) was again read, and after Reafoning, the Reprefentation of the African Company was alfo read , after further Reafbning on that, and on the application of the Equivalent, a Propofal was given in for Altering and Amending the faid firft part of the faid 7th Claufe or the 15th Article. Mov'd, that the African Company of'Scotland be heard by their Lawyers, upon their Rights and Privileges, before they proceed further. The faid whole 7th and laft Claufe of the i^th Article, from thefe Words, aa .) to the end, with Alterations and A-mendments, was read over. Two ftates of the Vote was ofler'd, the ift, viz.. Approve-
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