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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1806, Dublin, Dublin TheD ublin Gazette. Barak 195 From Saturday February 22th, to Tuefday February 25th, 1707. On the 23d Inftant arrived an Englift Packet, which brought a Holland Mail. Zolkioro, January 19. 2V. & TH E Crown General, and others of the Chief Nobility of HI mi, who lately came hither to wait upon the Czar, having had feveral Conferences with him and his Minifters, fet out from hence the 17th Inftant for Lemberg) whither the Czar is alfo gone. The great Council to be held there continues fixed for th� 7th of next Month, and Circular Letters areiflued, requiring the feveral Palatinates to fend their Deputies thither. Orders are fent to Dubna, where the chief Body of the Mufcovite Forces is at prefcnt, for them to march towards the WeiffeL Groin-., -fan. 19. VtmccWiefnoroiski, Great General of Lithuania, arrived here the 8th Inftant: The Bifhopof Smolenrto, and feveral others of the Nobility of Poland and Lithuania are alfo come hither, and have frequent Meetings, to confult upon the Meafures to be taken in the prefent Conjuncture. Monf. Du^ko, the Czar's Refident at Petersbourg, is likewife come from thence with Letters from his Mafter to Prince Wiefnowisky, wherein he promifeJ him powerful Succours both of Men and Money. Madrid) Feb. 1. The Duke of Berwick went from hence the 23d paft to view the feveral fortified Places on the Frontiers of VMentit and Arragon, and to give Directions for th.ir being fupplied with the neceffary Stores ofProvifions and Ammunition, and put into a pofture of Defence. The Marquis de Hay, who commands our Army in Eftramadura, is likewife providing the Frontier Towns on that fide with Neceif-ries for their Defence, and repairing their Fortifications. He has ordered a Fort to be built near the V^, over ag^'m ft Alcantara, to cover the Bridge of that Place. The Duke of An'pu has lately given the Prince ot SercJaes Tilly the Title of Viceroy of Arragon, which he has already of ito-varre. He has made the Marquis de Vol Guerra, Gentlemen of his Chamber, Don Francifco de Melot Major-General of the Foot in Eflramadura, and Don Louis de Arias a Brigadier General. It was given out the 29th paft, That the Dutchefs of yfajew is with Child; upon which there have been publick Rejnycings. Vienna, Febr. 8. By our laft Letters from Hun-giry, General Staremberg continued his March from Gran, as General Habutin did his from Buda, in order to join, which they will probably do about Alba fiegalis; and after they have refrefhed their Forces, we hope to reap good Fruits from this Junction. The Emperor has lately written to feveral Princes of the Empire, to exhort them to furniih their Qpota's of Men, Artery, &c. early in the Spring. Count StraitmT, who was the Emperor's AmbafTador at the Treaty of Hefmck, and fihee his Imperial Majefty's Envoy in Poland, died here the third Inftant. Strasbourg, ftbu u. Our Troops are allorder'd to hold themfelves ready to march the 26th of this Month, by which time the Marfhal de Villars is expected here from Court. Forrage and Meal is fent daily to Lamerbourg and Croonwtffinburg. Above 1200 Waggotts and Carriages ftend ready toaded with Ammunition ; but tho* the Siege of a very conftderable Place is ralk'd of, the wet Weather has made the Roads too deep for a Train of Artillery ftrffrcrent tor airy great EnTeTpriie. The afcemy apprehending our Defiga mf be upon Landau or Philipsburg, are providing them for Defence with all Diligence. Vienna, Febr. 12. Prince Eugene having afTured this Court of the Duke of Savoy's Zeal for the Common Caufe, the Emperor has forgiven him the Debt due from Alexandria, CSV. and the fame is Re-giftred in Chancery here. The faid Duke defigns to have 18000 choice Man of his own Troops in the Field this Summer. The French Soldiers in Italy Defert in great numbers both Horfe and Foot. Frankfort, Febr. 16- The Margrave of Bareith has fent a further Rein orcement of a Battalion of Foot, and feveral Pieces of Cannon, to Landau; allpoffi-ble Care and Diligence are ufed to put that Place into a pofhire of Defence, and all our other Pofts into fo good a Condition, that we may be out of all Danger of any Surprize from-the Enemy, who continue their Preparations in Alface with great Application. Bruffels, Feb. 21. The Birth-day of the Queen of GretuRrit.-in was obferved here the 17th inftant with great Solemnity. The Palace was illuminated, and there was a triple difcharge of all our Artillery. TheHoufe of the Marquis de Waterloo was illuminated in an extraordinary manner, and the Per-fons of Quality oi both Sexes in very rich Cloaths repaired to the Houfe of his Excellency, where they were entertained with a Ball and other Di-verfions. The Cannon was difcharged the fame evening in all Places in Flanders and Brabant, and nothing was omitted to give Proofs of the extraordinary refpefts the People of thefe Provinces have for her Majefty, and the fenfe-they have of their Deliverance from a French Government. They write from MonSf that the Duke ofVendome is ftiortly expected there with feveral other Generals. They are reviewing the Spanifh Troops, but they have not yet given them any Money. The Detachments the Enemy had fent to Maubeuge and other Places, are returned to their former Pofts. They perfett their Lines and make large Openings and Paffages behind the Rivers Hxifne and Deule. They make great Magazines of Oats and Hay at Mons. Yefter-day morning the Detachment fent to Courtr.zy, begun their march for Ghent by the way otDeinfe, in order to return to their refpeclive Quarters, and the Enemy fent out a Detachment of 1500 Horfe and Foot, which appeared between Aeth and Au-denarde: but feeing our Troops from Courtray had taken another way, they return'd to their Garifon. An Officer who was lent from Aeth with a fmall Party to obferve them, fallow'd them to the very Gates of Tournay, and brought away 4 Prifoners. Moniieur d' Auvercpertpie being it cover'd of his late Indifpofition, is to fet out for the Hague by the latter end of this week. H-:gue, Feb. 25. Letters from Milan of the 12th fay, the Governor of the Citadel had begun that day to fire upon the Town, and killed one Man, before the Letters came away. Prince Eugene was erecting 4 Batteries ro attack the Caftle. An Officer, who deferred with 28 Men, fays the Garifon is in want ofProvifions. Letters from the North fay, 20000 Mufcovires have taken Poffefiion of \Varftv9 and 2co of them are come within 5 Leagues of the City. Letters from Eattxhon fay, they have a Report there that the King of Sv>eden\\te positively rq-fus'd toafiift the Elector of Bavaria, faying, He had given his word that he would do nothing againft the Emperor or his Allies. The French continue their Preparations in Alface, and as fome fay, have 'begun tc march, "The French -are afraid that the Alii;??
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