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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 25, 1806, Dublin, Dublin A* The Dublin Gazette. pubhiljfD bp 3tuti)0?iti>. fromTuefday February 25th, to Saturday March lift, 170*. On the 27th arrived an Englifh Packet, which brought the following Advices, vi\. Turin, February 7. 2V". S. OU R Duke has made General Taun Marquis of Hivoli, in confideration of his Noble Defence of this City, during the late Siege. He has likewife prefented him with a Service of Plate for his Table, weighing ?<50O Ounces; and our Magiftrates have prefented him with a GoldHilted Sword fet with Diamonds. His Royal Highnefs has ordered a Train of Artillery to be got ready for Attacking thofe Places which are ftill in the Hands of the French, who fortify all their Pofts in Dauphine, from Grenoble to Sufi, for fear weftiould Invade that Kingdom. Venice, Feb, 11. The Imperialifts have ported fomeTroops along the Po, to fecurea considerable Convoy of Provifions lately bought for their Ufe in the Mark of Anton which is to bcbrought by Sea to Me^oU, and thence up the Po to the Imperial Quarters. The French Horfe in the Mantuan fuf-fer extreamly for want of Hay and Forage, the Imperialifts having cut off their Communication with all Places from whence they might be fupplied therewith. Our Letters from Modena give an Account, That theCaftle of that Place being reduced to the laft Extremity, Monf. dela Barre, the Governor, had fent out a MeiTage, with an Offer to furrender upon honourable Terms; but it was not accepted: And the Duke of Moiena's Agent here has juft now received Advice by an Exprefs, That his Highnefs having Notice fent him that the Place was Capitulating, left Bologna the $thlnit. where he has refided fome time, and is returned to his Refidence at Modena. Milm, Feb. 12. The Treaty for the Surrender of our Caftle being entirely broken off, and our Magiftrates having refufed to renew the Ceffation of Arms with the Garifon there, and to fupply them with Provifions, they fired this day fome Cannon-mot againft the Town, but have hitherto done us lirtje damage. Upon this the Imperialifts have haften'd their Preparations for attacking the Caftle; and in order thereto, have work'd upon 4 Batteries; 1 at a Convent on the fide of the Gate ofVer-celli; another on the fide towards St. Vincent; the third at St. Trota&ey and the fourth at the Old Bridge. This Morning Prince Eugtne and Count Conig seek view'd the firft of thofe Batteries. A Lieu-tenant nam'd Cauano, being detach'd to day by the Governor with 28 Soldiers, to view a Poll without the Caftle, deferred with his Detachment: He reports that Wine, Flefh, and other Neceffaries begin to be wanted in the Caftle, and confequently that it cannot hold out long. We have receivd Advice, that the Citadel of Modena has at length furrendrcd to the Imperialifrs. �Pofen, Feb. 9. The 6th Jnitent an Order of *-"ijg Staniflaus was pnbliflbed here, whereby all Subjects of this Kingdom are forbid, under very fe-vere Penalties, to go to the Council atLemberg; or to give any Countenance or Affiftence to thofe who, contrary to this Order (hall repair thither. Vienna, Feb. 12. Prince Gijlon of Tufcany and GeneralK^rcbbaum are lately arrived here,from Italy. Letters from Presbourg give an Account, That the Imperial Forces commanded by General Starem-berg, and thofe under the Command of General Ra-butiny are joyned; and that, by the laft Advices, they lay between Totis and Ahenbomg. The Male-contents in the mean time continue to makeExcur-fions towards Presbourg and Raab. We hear the Raf-cians have defeated fome hundreds of Malecontents, and that the Emperor has fent Orders to drive them out of Stiria. The Malecontents aflemble in great Numbers in the I (land of Schut, and makes the ways betwixt Raab and Hungarian Altenbourg very uneafie. Prince Eugene of Savoy is fhortly expected here, to aflift in the great Council of War, and the Conferences which are to be held after the arrival ofGeneral Dopft, who is daily expefted. Zeipfick, Feb. 19. The King of Sweden is gone to Wittembergb to fee the Sepulcher of Martin Luther, and has fent one of the Secretaries to King Augu-ftus with Orders to infift, that the Sum due to Prince James Sobieski, be forthwith paid unto him, and that Patkul be delivered to him without any further delay. We don-t know what Anfwer that Secretary has received ; but King Auguftm is reduced to fuch ftreights for Money, that it is impoffi-ble for him to pay the Sum demanded of him. Our King being inform'd, that the Articles of the Peace lately concluded between him and the King of Sweden have been Printed here, by the latter's Directions, his Majefty has ordered all the Copies of the fame to be fupprefs'd, and forbid the felling of them upon Pain of Death. HisSwedilri Majefty's Forces are faid to coniift, at prefent of 32 Regiments of Foot, of 1500 Men each, and 18 Regiments of Horfe and Dragoons of Soo Men each, betides 6000 Men from Pomvrania. The iocco Men King Auguflus offers to fend into the Service of England and Holland, are providing with all Neceffaries. Paris, Feb. 22. Thc.Dukeof Veniome is fudden-ly to fet out for Mons ft) aflemble our Forces, and the French and Switz Guards are ordered to march from thence the the King is to hold another great Council of War in a few days, and that there is to be fome alteration in the mea-fures they had concerted in the former. An Exprefs is arrived frbmflfadrid with fome fecret dif-patches, and 'tis wifner'd that the Duke of Berwick makes great complaints of the ill condition in which he has found our Troops in Spain. Hague, Feb. 2<$. tefterday the States General appointed Monfieur '.Renfwcude to be cne of their Deputies to refideat Bruftls. Monfieur Vande nberg is alfo named by the Council of State to remain there on their part ; and .they are both preparing for < their
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