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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 8, 1806, Dublin, Dublin v - The Dublin Ga2ette. From Saturday March 8th, to Tuefday March i ith, 170'. On the 9thsInft. arrived an Englifh Packet, which brought the following Advices. Naples, February 1. N. S. TW O French Frigats arrived lately from Theulon with a great quantity of Powder, and 40 Cannoneers, whom our Viceroy has fent to our Caftles. We talk of forming an Encampment the beginning of March, of all the Troops of this Kingdom, betwixt Capua and Gaeta, and 3000 Tents are providing for that end in this City. Our Viceroy is now and then fending fome Horfe and Foot to Ahruzx.o, to fecure the Frontiers, of that Country againft the Imperialifts, who increafe very much in the Territories olVrbmo. We are now about levying the Two per Cent, upon all the Revenues of this Kingdom, and the Proprietors of Lands and Houfes, that they might pay it without burdening themfelves, begun to heighten their Rents, by which the Burden would have fallen upon the middte forts; but to prevent this, our Viceroy has pub-li/hed a Placact, commanding Proprietors to Sett their Lands and Houfes for the fame Rent they paid the Year before, on pain of forfeiting their Rents. Madrid, Feb. 2 We hear from Alcantara, that the new Fortifications of that Place are compleatcd, and that they have mounted 12 Guns upon the Fort to cover their Bridge^ that the Marquis^Bay has mark'd out a Camp on the other fide the Tagm for 5 or tfooo Men, who are coming from An-daloufia, and that the Portuguese work hard on the Fortifications of Caftle David and Ton Alegre. Forrage is very fcarce a-bout Alcantara, by reafon many of the Peafants are fled from the Neighbourhood, and many of their Villages are uninhabited ; fo that our Troops in that Quarter muft be fupplied from Badajox. Our Men have been obliged to quit feveral Pofb they had about Ciudad Rodrigo, becaufe of the vigorous Sallies of the Garifon, which has been lately reinfore'd. Our Cavalry and that of France is coropleated, and we are flattening to do the fame with our Foot . Several of our Grandees have defired to accompany our King to the Field, which is allowed them, provided that each of them have no ttiore than a Train of i 2 Horfes and 40 Perfons, and that they maintain the lame at their own Charge,, without .depending �pon the King's Magazines. The King's Equipage , which is but ordinary, is got ready. We hear, that belidcs the Troops, which our Enemies have march'd to Catalonia, they have 3000 Men in Valencia, 2500 inAUcant, and 1200 in Denia. Cracow, Feb. The Mufcovite Troops approach the Viftula everyday ; they have laid the adjacent Country and the Salt Mines under Contribution. The Czar as we are informed, has fent a Perfon of Quality to Rome, to maintain the Intereft of the Poles in the Electing a new King with freedom. SomePolifh Troops who would have taken Quarters in ourSuburbs by force, were repulfed... There is a Cefiation of Arms betwixt the Poles and Lithuanian Troops agreed on for fix weeks, excluding the Mufcovites, but with confent of the King of Sweden. The Crown-General, who did not goto Lemberg, has been the chief Inftrument of this CefTation. The CofTacks under General Zeremet, are already on this fide of Volh'mia, and are alfo marching towards the rijtuU. Switzerland Feb. 6. Recruits are raifed in this Country for the States of Holimd with very gdod Succefs. The French Levies begin alfo to fucceed now better than before, becaufe the Officers pay much bounty Money to thofe they lift. Nuremburg, Feb. 7. The Circles of Srva-bia and Franconia, have promifed to augment their Forces very considerably, in cafe the other Circles ailifl them with Money. They write from Vienna^ that the Emperor has agreed'that his Troops fhall remain in Italy, upon the deilre of the D. of Savoy an^ Prince Eugene and intends to hire forrtj Forces from the Elector Palatine and othjy Princes, to be fent to Hungary, v Zurich, &b. 20. Mr. Stanian, Envoy Extraordinary of England, arrived fome days ago at Choir.], but we have no account of the fuccefs of h% Negotiations with theGrifons. Our Advicch from Turin fay, that the Duke of Savoy isf compleating his Forces, and makes preffrng inffances to his Allies for the fpeedy recruiting of their Troops, that they may be in a condition to reduce Count Aic-davi, before the French can undertake to return into the Plains ot Piedmont. Letters from Grenoble talk varioufly of the deliens of the French Generals; but they own t/at their Troops are not yet recruited, nor in a condition to take the Field fo fooa as tliey intended. According to our Advices from Milan, the Caftle will hardly hold out a-bave 3 weeks longer- *~~ ' Cologne^
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