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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 21, 1806, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin Gazette. 0uDUO)eD bp 3tttt)o?ttp. From Tuefday January 21th, to Saturday January 25th, 1707. On the 22d Inftant arrived an Engliih Packet, and on the 23d came in another, which brought a Holland Mail with the following Advices, v/'f. Gibraltar, Decemh. 15. 0. S. THis day faiI'd out of this Port the Rumney, Capt. Coney, the Foy, Capt. Laiflud, and Mi I ford, Capt. Stanhope, upon fome Intelligence of a French Ship to the Eaft-ward. The next morning they made the Bay of Tetuan; but not finding any thing, they made the beft of their way for Malaga, where they appeared off that Port about 8 a Clock the next morning, being the 17th, under French Colours, and obferving that the Ship they wanted was clofe hall d up to the Mold, and under Command of the Cannon of the Town, Capt. Coney refolv'd (the Wind being off ftoar) at all hazards to go in with his Ship, and ietch her off, or Perifh. Accordingly he entered into the Bay, under French Jack, Eniign and Pendant, and in the middle of the Bay received the Salutes of two Swediffi Ships which he return'd after the French manner, and afterwards proceeded up to his Prey, and dropt Anchor within half Piftol-ftotofher; and while he was preparing to firein-toher, came off the Shanks Boat, to compliment him as a French Captain, and he fciz'd upon the Crew, which was Commanded by the Teniente de GuardzMayoa, and then Fired a Broad-fide into the French-man, and after that two more, which o-bliged moft of the French-men to quit the Ship ; fo he lent his Boats aboard her with a Tow: All the Cannon of the Town kept playing on him, which were about 50; however, he was refolv'd not to leave his own Anchor behind him, but weighed it at his own leafure, and brought off the Prize, in flight of all their Fire, and without the lofs of one Man. She prov d to be a Dutch Prize taken into the French Ring's Service, and had on Board the remainder of Pointy's Guns, which are about 30 Pieces of Brafs Cannon j and was expecting three French Men of War from Toulon to convoy her up. The next day they brought her in here. Milan, fan, 11. N. S. Prince Eugene has appointed all the Dragoons of his Army, and 5000 Foot, to form the Siege of ourCaftle, into which an unknown Perfon entredthe 9th Inftant notwithstanding one of our Centinels fired at him. Prince Eugene, the Hereditary Prince ofHctfeC'rffef, and feveral other Generals, have taken a norrbw view of that Fortrefg; but tho' feveral heavy Pieces of Cannon arearriv'd here,'tis believ'd the Siege will not be undertaken till the beginning of next Month. The Duke of Parma is not only to contribute 8cooo Piftoles, butalfo to Quarter 4 Imperial Regiments. Vitnna, fan. 12. The death of Prince LewU of Baden gives great uneaimefs to this Court, feeing that the Pretentions of the Markgrave of B'.rnxh to the Command in chief of the Army of the Empire, willoccafion great difficulties, and give difcontem to fome Members of the Empire. On the Srh Inftant arrived an Exprefs fFom Conftaminople with Advice, that our Envoy fet out from thence the 18th paft, having obtained pofitive affurances that the Grand Signior will Religioufly obferve the Treaty of Carlowit^. They write from Bohemia, that the 10000 Recruits which that Kingdom is to furnifh this year, are ready to march ; and that from Mu-�kh that the Etetforate of Bavaria is to pay this ye�ir i.pcoco Florin-, Drefden, fan. 14. The King of Sweden, to prevent giving any Jealoufie to the High Allies, has communicated to Count Zin^endorf, the Emperor's Envoy, the Letter delivered to him from the Ele-ftor of Bavaria, by his Minifter the Count de Mo~ n-.ifierole. 'Tis faid the King of Sweden has an Envoy at Conftantinople, to whom the Turks fhew more than ufual civilities. Berlin, fan, 18. Letters from Saxony fay, King Stanijlaui is gone for Poland with his Troo.ps, the * Wallacks, and a Body of 6000 Swedes. He is to join the Swedi111 General Leuwenhaupt, and difperTe thofe that (hall endeavour to proceed to a new E-le&ion. The King of Sweden is augmenting his Army to 50000 Men, and King Auguftxs to 25000. They write from Cracow, that M. Smigielski arrived the 20th paft at Tuchovia, with the Palatine of Qow and all his Family. That Palatine has iflued circular Letters, importing, that being fet at Liberty, he invites all the Poles to put themfelves under the Command of the faid M. Smigielski, and has fent the fame Order to his Troops that are difpers'd a-bout IQiliJb. Paru, fan. 17. Letters from Bjyonne and Tarn-pelona import,- That the Marquis deSadava having taken the Town of Exea, in Arragon, by Aflault, put the whole Garifon, and fome of the Inhabitants to the Sword; plunder'd the Place, and afterwards fet it on Fire \ but that the Chevalier de Pons, who having obtained fome advantages over the Enemy, ventur'd too rafhly into their Territories, and fell into an Ambufcade, wherein 1200 Foot were all cut in pieces or taken Prifoners, but the Horfe made their efcape by running away. The Troops deiign'd for Catalonia begin to file of?, in order to enter RoufftUon, where they are toaffemble, towards the beginning of the next Month, to the number of 12000 Men. Hague, fan. 25. Several Conferences hare lately been held here, between the States Deputies, and the Minifters of the Emperor and the Empire, wherein lively Reprefentations have been made, ia the name of their High MightinefTes, for Carrying on the War with vigour the next Campaign; and for the Emperor and Empire to be more early in the Field, and to act offenfively on the Rhine. The States have alfo refolved to write again to the Directors of the Circles, that they may compleat their Troops, Artillery, Cfr. and to demand a ftate of the Forces they are to fend to the Upper-Rhine, that their High MightinefTes may concur in fupplying, betimes, what may be wanting on their fide. 'Tis faid that fome Troops in the Pay of the State, which are quarter'd at Maejirkht and Liege, will march into Germany, towards the middle of the next Month. Letters from Barcelona of the 17th paft, import, that a Confpiracy was difcover'd at Girone, to deliver that place to the Enemy, which was timely prevented. The States being inform'd that the City of Hamburgh, and orherPlaces, furniiVd their refpe-clive Quota's in Money, it has been refolved to de-fire them, to fend, for the future, effective Men, to make up the Army of the Empire. They write from Ratisbonne, that 3oo men are Levying there to recruit the Danifh Forces in the Emperor's Service. 'Tis now thought the King of Sweden will pardon General Paikul, left his Execution fhould exafpe-rate the Czar, with whom his Swedilh Majefty is enclined to make Peace, and for fhaf, �ufpofe to make ufe 01 General Pattui himielf. On the other hand,
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