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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 24, 1810, Dublin, Dublin llie DUBLIN From Saturday February to Tuefday February Since our laft arrived Three Packets from Great which brought Two Holland with the following February H E Sieur Secretary of the King of has received Letters from with advice that Gene ral Myersfeldt arrived there the ift of and was favourably received by who continues in that place in very good The faid Secretary has received Orders to aflure the that his Swedifh Majefty will never do any thing contrary to his Intercfts and thofe of his but will by all poffible endeavour to cultivate a good Correfpondence with them Tis not yet j known whether the Swedifli Secretary has received orders to confent to the Neutrality of the or whe ther this is referred to the Regency of whither that Gentleman has fent a who in his way is to leave fome Difpatchesin Pomerania for General Crafru and Count Gulden Letters from Conflantinople of the 2Stn ot December that the Turks continue their Pre parations of but that their Forces cannot be ready to enter upon Aaten till the beginning of to the great diffetisfatfion of the King rtSwe who being fenfible that the Mufcovites will have a Efficient time to put themfelves in a pofture of is Difcontented with the Grand and that the Turkifh Forces might have ta ken the Field much if that Minifter had gien theneceflary Orders for The Turks de that they will forbear to invade the Poiiln if the Poles will break their Alliance with the and acknowledge They continue to that Count noan donedthe Party of the The Empe ror has held feveral Councils about the Affairs ot and as it appears by the laft that King is likely to be very much ftreighten and that private Advices from France make this Court that the Enemy will attempt to Be fegQBarcehna if we hear Orders are lent to the Generals of the Imperial troops in to detach 400 Foot and 509 Huflars to be fenrto with the 200O Horfe fo often They intend likewife to fend thither 3 coo Recruits For the Imperial Troops that are al ready in which Reinforcements together with the Troops fent from Great and three Ke giments of Horfe from tis be fufficient to enable the King of Sfiin to make head againft his u j The Ambaffador of has fent another in a fmootli i and obliging to the Three Leagues of the aflembkdat Coire He infifts ftiil on the Releafe ment of the Grand Prior of but tis not doubted that Mafner will be duly fupported in the Juftice of his moft of the feid Leagues having that will not ftiffer the un juft Seizure of and the Magr fterial and infolent Behaviour of the French A m that to be in the leaft d by of the Grand like tp and wait only for a Tis advisd froi GenozQi the i that of the 24 Men of War which are equipping at fc ve ra 1 a re already put to and the reft preparing to The Britifh Squadron at Port Mzbon is out uith great in order to fail in Qiieft of the after the arrival of the Dutch Men of The laft Advices trom that the Duke of Noailks having put 6 Batta lions and 2 Squadrons into under the Command of the Count de whom he ap pointed provifionally Governor of that has fent part of his Forces into Quarters of Refrefli mentabout Vich whereof the Inhabitants have fent Deputies to make their The reft of the Troops are quartered about Oft and other Places between Vich and which Pofts they are The Duke of had given Orders to 14 Battalions and 10 Squa part of the Detachment he had received from Daupkine to return thither but their march is countermanded by order of Duke of and thole Troops will continue in till the middle of to beemploydin the Operations of War on that and then it will be time enough to fend them becaufe the Campaign does not begin of late on the fide of till ttie Months of or The Duke of Vandowe is arrived and is preparing to attack which the Enemy have not as it was Tis faid King Philip is to continue at Siragoffa till the end of the next which will begin by the latter end of this this Court being in hopes to reduce before King Cfrarles re ceives any Saccours or Some Days ago a great Council of War was held at Court on this wherein as we ft was notwithftanding the vigorous Oppofition of the Duke of to befiege and Orders were fent accordingly to the Duke ofNaailles toacl in concert with the Duke of and a great Convoy of Ammunition and Proviiionsis to be fent to from the Coaft of Languedock and The Duke of whp brought the News of the Evacuation of the Forts of that our Cavalry fufferd very much in thaL having fubfifted their Horfes for 8 Days together upon without any or Forags but he not give any account of the number of Men we loft in that The Mar Ihal de Montrevel is arrvived at but is to return to his Command in The King being refolded to open the Campaign betimes in tije the Life Guards are to be re viewed the yth of March ac Marli before his Maje and then march to the The Gen dacmerie isalfp to march the 28th inftant to ter along the River They write from ras that they have prepared 15000 Barracks for the which are to aifemble The Officers having that thef cannot raifea fiiffi cient number of the refpeftive Generali ties of the Kfngdom are to furnifh to cpmpleatour which is by thefeajid other Means to be fully recfHited by the beginning of till is Letters from the 2Sth paft The Troops at defignd for are provi with all Neceflaries for their j The Conferences for the Qpe rations of the next Campaign ate and the Generarofficers of the Army aredailvaffifting in the Council of State on MyLorci her Majeftys Aflibaflador has de liverd a Letter to the in anfte
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