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   Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1806, Dublin, Dublin                                Aa |3tmtb* 200 The Dublin Gazette. From Tuefday March 18th, to Saturday March 22c!, ijo7: By the Lords Juftices and Council, A PROCLAMATION, For a General Faft. Karciflus Armach, Rich. Cox, Cane. WE the Lards Juftices and Council taking into our moft ferious Con-fideratin the continued War, in which, for the common Safety of Her Majefty* s Realms, and for difappointing the Boundlefs Ambiuon of France, Her Mojt Gracious Majefty, with feveral other Princes And States of Europe are moft Juftly Engaged. And that upon the Succefs thereof the Common Safety and Welfare of HerMaje(?y*s Kingdoms and the  Liberties of Europe do, under God, wholly defend ; Have, out of Our Religious Dif-foftuon Refolved, and do hereby Command, that a General and Publick Faft be obferved throughout this Kingdom, in fuch manner as is herein after directed and prefcribed, that fo both We and all Her Majefty's Subjeds in this Kingdom, may Humble our Selves before Almighty God, in order to obtain Pardon for our Sins, and may in moft Devout and Solemn manner fend up our Prayers and Supplications to the Divine Majefty, for Imploring the continuance of His Bleffing and Affiftance on the Arms of Her Majefty and Her Allies, and Her and Their forces both by Sea Land and for Reftoring and Perpetuating Peace, Safety and Profperity to Her Majefty and Her Kingdoms, and the Nations and States in Alliance with Her, T7 the end therefore that fo Religious an Exercife may be obferved at one and the fame time ; We the Lords Juftices and Council, do hereby Publifh and Declare to all Her Ma}�-ftfs Loving Subjetts, and doftritlly Charge and Command,^hat on Wednefday the $th day of April next, this Faft pall be Religiouftv Kept and Obferved throughout this Kingdom of Ireland. And for the more Religious and Orderly Sol emmzdng the fame ;We have given Directions to the Arch~Bijhops and Bijhops of this Kingdom, to Compofe a Form of Prayer Jul table to this Occafion, to be vfed in all Churches and Chapels, and other places of Publick Wor-fiip and to take care for the timely Difperfing thereof through their refpeciive Diocefes. Aid We do ftritily Charge and Command, that the faid Publick Faft be Reverently and Decently performed by all Her Majefty'*s Loving Subjetts as they tender the Favour of Almighty God, and would avoid His Wrath and Indignation, and upon oain of fuch Punifhment as Her Majefty may Juftly Infti'ci on all fuch as ft)all Con* temn or NegleEb the performance of fo Religions a Duty. Given at the Council-Chamber in Dublin, the 18 day of March, \-jo6. Will. Dublin, W. Kildare} Kerry, Rob. Doync, R. Freeman, Fairfax, Cha. Fetiding. God Save the Queen. Laft Night arrived Two Englifh Packets, which brought One oft end Mail. Alicant, Feb. io.N. S. The Fleet arrived here laft Tucfiiy -y the next day the Englifh Dragoon--, Hi IPs and Macartney's Regiments Landed. Yefrerday the Dutch Dragoons, the Regiments of Hotham, Partington, Mark tarr, Mordant and Bowles** were alfo Landed, and by to morrow night all the Troop, will be onShoar. Upon our arrival, the Dragoons and 800 Foot were fentto Ehfo, which the Enemy quitted fome days before. To morrow 4 other Regiments will be fent after them to enlarge their Quarters, in which 'tis believ d there will be little oppofition. The Ea r 10 f Galivoay and Major- Gen. Si a n hope a r e e x peeled here this day from Vaienuc :o aflift at a Council of War, which will be held about opening the Campaign, which its thought will be open'd on the Frontiers of Alurc'u, that Province having not yet been Forag'd by either Party ; From whence its probable we fhall proceed to Caff He, the Enemy not being able to op-pofeu>, unlefsthey receive considerable Reinforcements from France. We (hall Land at leaft iocco effective Men, which considering the goodnefs of the Troops, gives us hopes ofa fuccefsful Campaign. St. AUhy March 6. 'Tis the General Opinion, that the Squadron under Monileur duQuefne, who lately failed fromBref}, is bound for the H "eft-Indies, to fetch home the Plate Fleet; and if poflible, bring it into the Harbours of France. The Two Galleon* lately arrived at Breft, have on Board a Million, three Hundred Thoufand Pieces of Eight, which the Vice-Roy of Mexico fends by way of Prefent to King Philip; but no true Eftimate can be made of the Sums they have for private Perfonc, till the Exprefs fent to Madrid is return'd, by which time they will be unladen. The two French Ships, -y^. one of this Place, and the other of-Nanus, that are like-wife arrived tit Breft, come from the South Sea, and not from the H.ivana, as was at fir ft reported ; nor are they fo richly Laden : For as their firft Cargo was only of a Hundred Thoufand French Livres, fo the Return is but proportionable. The PafTen-gers on Board report, that the Galleons were already fail'd for Spain ; but Letters from VuebU ie hs Angeles, 30 Miles from Vera Cru^ import, that the Advice thoy had received from Cadtx, was that the Allies had not only relieved Barcelona, but obliged King Phtlip, and his French Troops to raife the Siege, and leave their Artillery behind them ; as alfo that the Affairs in Madrid, and the reft of Spain, had a very cloudy afpeft, which occahoned a great Confirmation at VeraCru^, and the Havana; and made them put off the Departure of the Galleons untill they fhould receive a better Account of the Affairs of Spain ; but the Winds blowing generally Eafterly in that Country in the Spring, 'z'u believed. they will not come home till the latter Seafon. Lisbon, Aiarch 12. The 9th the Svciftfure, Ca.pt. Griffith Commodore, and Warfpnght, arrived in this River from Englanl, being Convoy to 18 Ships Lisbon,   

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