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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1806, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin Gazette. ^uDltO)CD bp author. fromTaefday March 4th, to Saturday March 8 th, 170 7 On the 6th arrived Two Englifri Packets, which brought the following Advices. A Vienna, February 16. JV. S� LL the Hungarian Diftri&s on this fide the Danube, have again declared for the Em- _peror. General Forgot^, who was fome 5me 2*0 imprifoned by the Maiecontents, has ob-tain'd his Liberty; which however he refufes to accept of, till he has received Satisfaction of the Chiefs of" the Maiecontents, for the Ignominy of-fer'd bun. The Baron of Strablenheim, the King of Sweden's Minifter, has declared, that the Ring his Matter has hinder'd Brigadier Bielke from go* jug to Hungary with, fome Men he had rais'd for the Service of Prince J(agotski, and had. ordered thofe Men to be taken from him. The Imperial Officers having complained to the Court, that the Levies of the Swedes obftruct the Raifing their Recruits, Orders will be iffu'd out to put a ftop to the Swedish Levies in the Hereditary Countries. Stockholm, Feb* 16. On Monday laft the Saxon Lieutenant-Genera 1 Patkul was Beheaded near North Malm and was afterwards Buried near that place by the Executioner. His Charge was, that being a Native of Livoni*, he ferv'd King Augu/hs in his War upon that Country; fo that no Interceflion could prevail with the King of Sweden to fave his Life. He rode upon the Waggon of the Heer Strauch, the eldeft MinHter of the German Church, to the place of Execution; and when he arrived there, did not Pray or Sing according to the ufual Cuftom, but as foon as he came of the Waggon, lie laid his Cloak and Cravat afide, drew a white Cap he had on his Head aver his Eyes, and laid his~Head upon the Block. He gave rooDttcats &$ cadi oi the two Preachers that attended him; 100 more to be divided among his fellow Prifoners, and the Executioner, ri. Stutgardy Feb. 21. The Four Circles affembled itH&lhrm have refolved to furnifh the Frontiers, and efpecially L*ndaumdPhpHpsburgJ?y withProvi-fions; and they fend thither every day Money, Ball, Powder, and other Warlike Materials. The Count de Leervenftein has in the mean time aflured them, that 8000 Prufiians are to come to the Upper Rhine for the Emperor's Service; and �'s faid that the King of Sweden and King Axguftus will fend 200CO "Men thither. The Deputies of the Bavarian Circle are refolved to fend their Recruits to the Troops that lie before Frihurg; and that they are to march this day from Ratisbon and Donamert, and to be re-wforcedby Recruits from Freifingen.. Copenhagen, Feb. 22. On the 8th Inftant, the King of Denmark ifiued out an Order, forbidding the fending of any Horfes out of his Territories, and accordingly 350 Horfes bought up in Holftein for the Service of the Duke of Savoy, were feized and ftopt the nth of this Month at Rensburgh. The Imperial Minifter reading here, having notice thereof, prefented a Memorial to his Danifh Majefty, who was pleafed to order that the fa-id 350 Horfes would he releafed ; .but he has not thought fit to return, any pofitive anfwer to a Requeft made by the faid Minifter, to have leave to fend out of Hoi-ifein soo Horfes which fome CommiiYaries are buy-mR there for the Service of the Emperor* TJiey *rite from Stockholm, that Orders are come rhi-ther, to fend a Reinforcement of Horfe ami toot uto Pomerania* Hamburg, Feb. 22. The Danes taking fome Umbrage at the great Armament of the Swedes, both by Sea and Land, his Danifh Majefty is refolv'd to put himfelf in a Polture not to be furpriz'd, and for that end, has refolved to fit out a Squadron of 22 Men of War, from 80 to 40 Guns; and has fent hither one of his Admirals, to raife the Complement of Seamen which he wants for Manning the fame. That Squadron is to be ready to put to Sea in April next. His Majeftv will likewifefend iocoo Landmen to Holftein, to reinforce the Body of Troops he has already in tnat Country; and it's faid, that his Majefty having remonftrated to the States General, that he is apprehenfive he (hall have occafion for the Troops he has in their Pay, their High Mightinefles affured himx That they will affift hira both with Men and Ships, if Neceflity requires. Cleves, Feb. 26. Some of the Pruflian Troops, efpecially the Dragoons, are ordered to be ready to march to the Upper-Rhine. Marfhal Villars is ex peeled at Strasburgh on the 23 d or 24th; and it's faid the Elector of Bavaria defignSjto follow him in S or 10 Days. Erufils, Feb. 28. The French give out, that they will levy no Troops from the New Conquefts this Campaign,, becaufe the Allies being too near them, they can't well force the Villages to give Men to be lifted, towards filling up the Provincial Regiments; and moft of thofe, who m;ight have reafon to think it would be their lor, would probably remove to this Country, by which the Alljes mighthave an opportunity of getting Recruits fr 9m France, and of levying more Contributions upon the New Conquefts. Hague, March 1, TheFViews and Defigns of the King of Sweden, which remain ftiU a fecret, afford great matter of Speculation. According to fome Advices from Saxony, his:: Swedifli Majefty has declared, That he will leave that Electorate by the 15th of the next Month, j>ut that he will leave Ga-rifons in the Towns of Plkijfenburg and IVirtemburg, till the remainder of thje Contributions be paid. Thofe Advices add, that that Monarch has renewed his Aflurances to the Minifters of the High Allies^ that he will never undertake any thing to their Prejudice ; and befides this Publick Declaration, in Relation to the Vrmcek Ragotsii, whom he faid, he would not protect againft any Profecution in the Emperor's name; he has likewife acquainted his Imperial Majefty, that he has ordered fome of the Swe-dilh Officers to be Try'd, for having forcibly prefs'd fome Soldiers, Rais'd in. Silefia and Bohemia for the Emperor's Service. The Portugueze Minifter makes prefting In fiances, that a new Reinforcement of 3 or 4000 Men may fpeedilybe fent to Portugal, with a General, Engineers, and Artillery Officers: But the States expect to know the Reiolutions of the Court of England, before they return him a positive anfwer." The French Recruits begin to arrive on the Frontiers, but our Letters from Mom, '/alen-ciennes, &c. tell us, that they confift for the moft part of Youths, of 15 or 16 Years old, who arc unable to do any considerable Service. Trtey continue to exaft great Subiidies from the Country rhey call the New Conquefts; but have exempted the Inhabitants from furnifriing the Recruits they had demanded of them. The Marqius de Wefterloo has railed a Regiment of Horfe of 40a choice Men, fo: the Service of King Charles, and Letters from hn*,-jeli fay, that feveral Guards of the Eleclor of Kn *-V/'/, who had obtained leave to come thither, are taken up becaufe they have refufed to I iix rbe-jn-
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