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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 30, 1810, Dublin, Dublin 604 Tvefday January to Saturday February Since our laft arrived Two Packets from which brought One Holland and One and to the hard aD forts of Neceffaries in the Camp of the Beiiegers tfanuary HE Officers in the Service of continue to raife their Recruits with alTpofiible having receiv Letters from Paris arrived this Morning that they had Advice from the Camp before Gironne of the that the Siege has been very much retarded by the violent Rains they have had in thofe Parts which caufed the River Ter and others to overflow ecE frefh Orders o have their Compaall the Bridges the French had on the fame were niescom pleat by the of the next broke down and carried Their Batteries Befides the number of Horiesthey have were likewife very much but asithe already boughf in this rnendond iji Weather is come fair they hope to be foon fome of our they have made a rfew of that They that the Glacis traftwith2 Inhabitants of of Neufbeing they are obliged to go on by the cfatel and 2 of who have engagd to The French continue their Preparations to nifh them with 2000 Horfes and deliver them take the Field early in the and they in to the French Commiflanes on the iothof February tend fuddenly to have a Body of Troops incamped at By a tetter dated froih Fgfes the 12th in the Lines of they are building there Bar we have that Gironnemxkes amorfc racks to protect them againft bad Some tigpSQtis Defence than the expeftLetters that above tocioo Men are employed in ed that the Weather is fo that the French thofe and that they defign to turn theCourfe are afraid of being to give over that Enterof the Scarf r9 that the Ground about Domymay not That Letter makes no mention of the mar cji be and fo that the Siege thereof may be of any Troops to1 relieve that butfays rendered lefs The on their fide tliat the FterrchForces are very much and providing Magazines with all Neceffaries for taking that the Miquelets have daily the Field and the Undertakers of the fame M jL TV 9 tt J A Vt Ml Mi XV T Ships arrived on the Coaft of Oh 3 Courier rivd from with Advicethat the1 Siege5 of Girbnhe meet with the Jni5 Letters from of the that the and the Queen with the Prirrce of jftitrtes continued and that the Army which was towards were backj andare now Mallaxoni where the are to The Letters from Paris which cSmeln this infinuatej tbafrthe Jes proposd tb fed u ce Gironne ftanding Men hi fuiFeredL extreamly by tfte fell for 5 days the that hfc Batteries were Other that tfie Garifort raakes Itich a Gallant wiH probably be tP raife ally raisW MaVfel v ftr feaf of having eat p fb that now Safety Tis advised are equipping and agreat manf Jstect df War and cii ctjfek Convoys which tfce Tfie Departure ctf is tlie f rfi of aest the frem in our re tfiei r to our Advices thereby 3teyies ih tion all The hew grea Orders ifer bas deearedeat tfejKjdch lifted than formeVM r is to n talle thelevying of the Royal Tenth King Tis of France iti fome1 few to command an Finances 5 Miferiesf of all his of King aud i oo unwellcbni New ofthe Troops of King CWtolf raisd and quar 6 likaof Was wtiighs faikd nrtHis witfral con
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