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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1806, Dublin, Dublin TheDuBLiK Gazette. From Saturday January i2th, to Tuefday January 21th, 170/. Yelterday arrived an Englifh Packet, which brought one Holland Mail. Warfaw, January 1. N. S, ,HE Sieur S^embech, Primate of this Kingdom, hasiflued Circular Letters to the Chief of the Kobility, inviting l them to a Meeting at Lem- herg the 27th Inftant, to confider of the State of Aflairs, and the Meafures to be taken in the prefent Juncture. The Sieur Smigielsfy, who had entred into the^ Czar oiMufcovfs Service, having quitted it, has fetat Liberty the Palatine of Kiow, and the other Polilh Prifoners he had feized *, after which he fell upon a Body of Mufcovites near Jarojlow, and put them to flight, taking Prifoners Major-General Pftug, and feveralother Officers --.and he is fince marched towards the Palatinate of Sendomir, to beat up the Quarters of fome of the Crown General's Forces that lie in thofe Parts, and intends afterwards to go to Saxony, to attend King Staniflaus. Milan, Jan. 8. The Garifon of our Citadel is refolved to defend the fame to the nttermoft, and are making new Works } and we are preparing to attack it with great Vigour, and hope it will not hold out long. The Imperialifts are battering the Caftle of Modena with their heavy Cannon, and hopes fpeedily to reduce it. They have block'd up Cremona clofely, and make In-ciirfions into the Mantua. Vienna, Jan. 8. We have nothing pofi-tive, as to a Treaty with the Malecontents. Prince Ragotski has beheaded General For-and fent a Party to min the Bridge of Lawitz, but they were repulfed. His Envoy at, the Ottoman Court was arretted for Debt, bvtheBafla of Tern efwaer,but after-wards fet at Liberty. �Leiffick, Jan. 11. King Auguftvs had another Interview with the King of Sweden the 6th Inftant at Ah-Ranftad, and returned hither in the Evening. The Sieur Smi-gielsky, and fome others of the Nobility of Poland, are come from thence to wait upon King Stanislaus, who is Sill in his Quarter at Lcifnig, his Departure for Poland be-lng deferred for a few days. The Swedes continue to make Levies in thefe Parts to meruit their Forces. Francfon, Jan. 12. The Landgrave of tefc'Varmftad patted thro' this Place ye- lterday, in his return from Hanau to Varm-ftad. The Body of the late Prince Lewis, Margrave of Baden, was carried from Ra-slad the 9th Inftint,to be Interred at Baden with his Anceftovs, without any Solemnity, as his Highnefs f*Jad directed by his Will-Levies aremak&g in thefe Parts for Recruiting the Emf&ror's Forces and thofe of the Circles, and the like is doing in Bavaria, and Orders are given for repairing the Works of the feveral Fortified Towns ia that Electorate, and fupplying them with Ammunition and other Neceflaries for their Defence. Hague, Jan. 18. Letters from Lisbon by the Way of England have brought Orders to the Minifter of Portugal here, to allure the States that the new King his Matter will maintain the Alliances contracted by the late King his Father, and exert his belt Efforts for carrying on the War. That Mini-Iter executed thofe Orders Yelterday. It continues to be believed here, that the 10000 Saxons offer'd by King Augvftus, and which he defires may ferve together and not be feperated, will be taken into the Service of the Allies and fent to the Vpper-Rhine. Yelterday the Minifter of Trier, received Letters from the Circle of Swabia (for whom he tranfacts the Bufinefs they have here,) directed him to reprefent to the States the Neceflity of having a watchful Eye to the Enemy on that lide: They write him Word, that the Enemy make/7 great Preparations in Alface, and that they have Intelligence they intend to draw fome Troops thither from the Netherlands, to execute fome important Defign: Yelterday that Minifter reprefen ted all this to the Congrefs; and the like Advice being come from other Hands, the States are deliberating about renewing their Exhortations to the Princes and Circles of the Empire. We have Advice, that the Duke of Mantua has fent to Vienna to make an Accommodation with that Court. The Duke de Moles and the Prince de Soubiz^e are made Cardinals. Mr. Stepney^ after fome Conferences with the Deputies of the States, is gone to Bruf-feIs to Confer with Monf. d* Averqverque as it is fuppofed, about the great preparations of the French to take the Field before us, which we hope to prevent. The States General have had under confederation the Affairs of Spain, and the Count de GGe]J}?j, Envoy Extraordinary of King Charles, has allured'them, that that Prince has 7 Battalions
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