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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1806, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin Gazette. From Saturday February 8 th, to Tuefday February 1 ith? 170! Rome, January 15. AT. 5. THE 9th Inftant, Cardinal Spada, being lately returned from his Employment of Nuncio in the Court of Poland, made his publick Entry here, and waited upon the Pope, to give him an Account of his Negotiation. The 13th a Confiftory was held, wherein the Pope gave the,Cap to Cardinal Spada; who, intends fhortly to go from hence to fications about this City are almoft repair'd, and fome new Works are mark'd out, which will render it one of the itrongeft Places in Europe. Venice, Jan. 21. Letters from Bologna fay, the People of that Town and Country are much alarm'd, becaufe fome Imperial Officers are arrived there to mark out Quarters, and demand Contributions, tho' the Pope liadibrbid his Subjects to give them either M^ffey or Provifions \ but the Germans take the one without paying for it, his Bifhoprick of Lucca. The Bifhop of and continue to demand the other. Let- Wwmia, and the Weywode of Cz^ernichow his Brother, went lately from hence towards Poland. The Bifhop of Pofcn intends likewife to fet out on his return thither fo foon as his Health is perfectly reflored. The Abbot Riviera, whom the Pope lately fent to Prince Eugene, to defire an Abatement of the Contributions demanded of the Ecclefiaftical'State, has fent a Courier hither with an Account, that before he could reach Milan, the Prince was gone to Turin; and defiring further Orders. Cardinal Grimani having received an Exprefs from Vienna, had a long Audience of the Pope yefterday Morning, in which, it is faid, he acquainted him, that the Imperialifts would lefTen their demands to 45000 Crowns, provided that Sum be punctually paid within three Months time -7 with which it is believed this Court will comply. ters from Modena fay, that the Governor of the Caftle had fired a Bomb upon the Duke's Palace, upon which the Germans fent to tell him, that it was contrary to a-greement, and they would revenge it upon him and his Garifon *, accordingly they had begun to fire upon the Caftle with 3 Batteries of 18, 40 Pounders, and General Lan-gallery is confident to be Matter of it in 20 days} but his heavy Cannon is not yet come up. Neuremberg, Jan. 25. SomeSwedifh Officers have defircd leave to raife Men in this City, Amboiirg, Ratisbon, and other Places, but the Magiftrates excus'd them-felves, alledging that they could not grant that Liberty but tofuch only as produc'd the Emperour's CommifTion : Yet the faid Officers levy Men underhand, and particularly on the Frontiers of Bavaria. They Turin, Jan. 16. The Duke of Savoy has write from Strasbourg, that the French are been indifpofed for fome days of a Deflux- making very great Preparations for an early ion in his Eyes, but is fo well recovered, that he is in a condition to go abroad, and dined this day with the Count de Cafilebar-w, Envoy Extraordinary of the Emperor, with whom he had afterwards a long Conference, and Prince Eugene aflifted therein. Our Advices from the Frontiers fay, that the French carry on their preparations for the next Campaign with more vigour than heretofore j and as they want Artillery, they defigri to take all the Bells from the Churches in Savoy, and other parts, and caft at Grenoble new pieces of Cannon and Mortars, having lately erefted a new Foun- Expedition, and that they ftill give out they exped the Elector of Bavaria to command on the Rhine. Leipftck, Jan. 25. Yeftcrday King Align ft ms made a Vifit to the King of Sweden: He promis'd h:s Swedifh Majefty to execute without Delay the Articles of the Treaty that remain to be made good. He has ordered that all the French and Germans taken in the Battle of Kalifch fhall be fet at Liberty, and fome Swedifh Officers are already gone to receive them. The Swedes appear diflatisfied that King Augvftm\ Troops have rctir'd from Cracow, before dary in that place. Their Deferters report, thofe of King Stanijlaus were at Hand to
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