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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 14, 1806, Dublin, Dublin &umb. 182 The Dublin Gazette. 0uMt$tD Up 3Uttt)o?ttp. From Tuefday January 14th, to Saturday January 18th, 170J. On the 16ch Inftant arrived Two Englifh Packet-:, which brought Two Lisbon and Four Holland Mails, with .the following Advices. rLisbon, January 6. AT. .y. ON Saturday laft, Don King of Por- tugal, &c. was Crown'd with the ufual Solemnities ; and two days ago, the Earl Rjvers had Audience of his Majefty, who received his Excellency with all poflible marks or" Effeem and Civility. The Troops are Embarked, and were to fail on Thursday laft, but this was put off upon the arrival of Five Mails from England. Some days ago Sir Gouijley shovel fent 3 Frigots a Cruizing, but the Governors oi the Forts of St. fulien and Du BoU fired upon them as they were going out. The Frigots put to Sea, and the Admiral fent Sir fohnNorri* to complain of that Action, and demand Satisfaction for the fame, which will doubtlefs be made to his content. The New King appears very zealous for tire Common Caufe, and has promifed to recruit and remount his Troops in Valencia. Milan, fan. i. Prince Eugene continues here, and is giving the neceffary Directions for the attacking of our Caftle; the Siege will be begun-towards the latter end of this Month ; and his Highnefs intends in the mean time to-go toTurin, to confer with the Duke of Savoy. The Prince of Hejfe-Cajfel arrived here this Week, having left the Troops under his Command in the Neighbourhood of Cremona, ported in fuch manner, that they keep that Town clofely blocked up; and we hear the Gariibn begins to be in want of Provifions, asdoes'alfo that of Va-len^a, which place is likewile narrowly befet by the Troops which the Duke of Savoy has quartered in its Neighbourhood, the Seafon not permitting his Royal Highnefs to befiege it. On.the 25th paft a ftrong Parry of the Imperialifts, "taking the advantage of a thick Fog, furprized the Town of Oftiglis, and took the French Garifon there Prifonersof War. They found therein many Pieces of Cannon, and a great Magazine of Provifions, Ammunition, and other Warlike Stores. A Trumpeter is come hither from Monf. Meda-ci, who commands the French Forces in the Mantuan, to defire a - Pafs of Prince Eugene for an Officer he intends to fend to him with Propofals ; and the Pafs has been fent him accordingly. Vienna, fan. 5. Letters from Hungary fay, that the Turks having taken into conlideration the Propofals ofPrince fygotski, the Divan feem'd at firft tocfpoufe the Party of the Hungarians; but an Ancient Member of the Council reprefented, that the Chriftian Princes were ay in Anns, that the War amongftthem cannot continue much longer; that the Emperor will thereby be in a condition to act againft them with a greater Army than ever; and that feveral Princes having more Troops than they can maintain, will uponealie Terms make them 0-ver to the Emperor. He reprefented a Mb, that France is not to be relyed upon ; becaufe the Forces of that Kingdom muft needs be exhausted. It was "Pon thefe considerations, as 'tis laid, that the Turks refolved to continue in Peace with the Emptor, and difmiffed the Envoys of Prince Ejgmii. The Marriage between the King of Spiin and the Princefsof Wolfembuttel is to be fhortly declared ; and that Princefs is expeftedftere with the Eleclor Palatine. Thb Court has receiv'd fuch Afluran- ees of the good Intentions of the King of Sweden that the Umbrages they had taken thereat are va! nifhed away. Dresden, fan, 5. The Minifters of England wA Holland have had Audience of the King o\ Sv.cd^n, and congratulated his Majefty on the Peace lately-concluded, which was publifhed here, and throughout this Electorate, in all the Churches, upon New-years day. The King ot Sweden continues at Alt-Hadjht, and that Prince being inform'd that his Enemies and the French Emiflaries fpread feveral Reports, as if his Majefty intended to act contrary to the Intereftof the Allies; that Prince ha >t the Water of the Lys by means of his Sluice-, has thereby altogether ruin d the Works the French \vere making at Ccmin.*-; The States-have receivUa Letter from the Primate of Poland, notifying, that the Throne is vacant, by the Abdication of King Augujha, and deiirin'g them to own nobody for King of Poland, but the Prince that mail be Elecled according to Law. The Court of i\ome h.is confirmed the Election of theBifljop of Tzdcrbont to be Bifhop of Munfier. They write from !';'?/ dny wherein 3000 of the French were killed, but--the Truth of this we muft refer to out rexi. \- Edinburgh,
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