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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 2, 1810, Dublin, Dublin A a a a 596 Troni Tuefday January zdy to Saturday Jamtry December i have certain Advice from Conflan that the Mufti and the Divan or Grand being of Opini that a Rupture with Mufcmy and King Auguftus was not contrary to the Laws of a was Proclaimed Sere the 2oth and Orddrs were immediately Sven for haftfting the Military both bySea and jhat 40000 who areEncampd near have receivedprders lorn the to make an Irruption into foon as tjie Rivers are Frozen and Count Staniflav fa engaged to make Poland butaryto the and to give and the Province to the Grand The Coflacks on the other fy IP f Dnieper who ate under the Juruaiction ot of daily in great Numbers to the Swedes and tire Tartars and tis much whether thejpolifii beenjfeatly oppreffed by the willgive any Aliiitaoce MiisCzarifh Sf to diftreffed Country be more madethe TheMufcovite Afflbaflador iere has recereedl Letters from that at the Inftigation of the Iho Tepfcfente4 the danger of the Ottoman Em Lis from tfie Progrets of the Mufcovitc Grand Signiot had aaually declared Waragnnft Qzar and King and all the Ottoman Empire had received ordejfs o afl the other v were ntafe daHy in th Newioccafionsniiich Prince Eugene to Concert the proper Med lor the Security of the Emperors Hereditary the ratfer tecaufc tis apprehe the Turkswill make the Advanbge that have ufed in putting an end to War iri where the niivebeen pf lateiedflted tothe lift poffeftofa ly of tlie Towns of tat thisebnrarfaibnmay probably oblfgethls Cotirt toaccdmmSadg the DifBrerrcesrwitk them Without farther JTtfe Body of defigned for maintaining the Neutrality of the Empire with re eft to thl tlib willbe df ther verirfeediMvaad command as tis Siiite thfe Zwfflfe whb was difpatchd by tUe to of the Defeat oi of Letters from Vinorin ot the ipth the Advices we had from the Spa nifh of Count Starembergs being blockd up in a Place in from whence he could noc make his They tell us on tUe that he is got into the Mountains with about 5000 making his Retreat towards wher he is to be joined by the Flying Camp the Allies had about that Place and from thence will conti nue his March for Thofe Letters give no certain particulars of thd number of the Slain on both fides in the Battle of and Jeffenve ry much the number of Priioners mentioned to have been taken after the Fight by A Courier arrived at Courtthe with that the Duke of Noaities has begun the of Gironne with part of his and was marched of his andpart oi his Infantty towards Barcelona and the According to our Letters from the Frontiers of Madhal Fillers is ex pefted the 2Oth of next Month at to take a View of the Garifon in the otfier aad to fee that they want The refpeflive Governorshad received Orders to augment their Tcoops The Letters from Paris the preceding the Circumftances of the Battle in Spain the it was to the Advantage of the yet the Lofs of ehe Aflies appears to be far fo that we cannot intirely cfedit this Ac count arid the rather becatife the Enemy have as yeti made any Rejoicings in their Frontier The Letters we have re ceivd by the two laft Pofts from Paris gie Ac counts of a very turn of the iAffairs of King Cbarlas in By two which are faidfohaveliapned the9tli icth en tirely to tfafi Diladvantage of the We have riapartrcular Relations ot what paffed in thofe En but what we receive from the themfelves who mention fo many CirctimHances from feveral and the Arrival of fo many Couriers difgatchd one after the other in Confirma tion of their as if they defrgnM to leave as no rooiti to doubt fitft that our Army in Spain had fufferd acorffiderable The Subftance of wfet have learrid oi this flatter that fc Geaieral Staremberg was retiring towards Ar wlth Forces of bis Catholick Ma Getti brought up the Rearj fpofled 8 of Place iattout 17 Leagues from When thiswas obferVtl the DuKe of followed us very riear inour Re ahd and nrs InfanW was Puke df rendoflteptQmisa Adfvipey that the to live is AJiroag M ACT out afr fie tefolvd to thofe and ac coriiiuglycame the 8th IriftanC with the Euke aifd furrbuiided theTowh py Oifr FoVces wfiereof the Foot are faid to been Under the Commaisd of the Gene rals StantiopeS Carpenter and arid chiefly Foreigoersi bebavM themfeJVes wl mtich GaUantry afid Refoluticsf j but tlie lEncmy after a vigorous made Iarg6 in the attd forced bmeRetfenchmerits eKati Had been thrown up behind overpowefed our Menwith their fuperior the thert1 themfelves bblifed to Cipifrulatej arid were inade Prifofters of War on the inesnjimeGe neral Staremberg iitfOrmed Vvas and of the Danger Staiiboff vvas
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