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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - February 27, 1810, Dublin, Dublin The From to Saturday March i Yefterday arrived a Packet from Great but brought no Foreign HE late Storms have done great Da mage infpnmefc feveral Slaps and their Crevys been The Recruits the Emperors Forces in jji fait arrive 4aily js and it is fa jo they will be augmented to iSQ9p Let ters aogi the sift paft that the Affair of frequently debated in the as yethe brought to any cjoneiufioa J tfeo it is thought a JropoJaj fpeetfily he raaide to fhe Imperial Aipaflador on that which they hope will fce approved of by the They write from Njplestf the 37 th of the that the Dake pf ia JUngdem bfgan ihew more openly chaq which is impvMd to cfee val of Traeps that on ifce aM great Braagbts rods fattym is spon iiis nothing tp ihe SeewUfy ef ttefcHigto f fequeat are at upoa ffaeprefeat fituaiioipf Articular thofrrf fie fcl dpjp fails to fee prefent at thera the Queea of ha Waa of the aad delivered Burial Majefty a the f ar neftly tfeat all poffible Care may fee takes to timely co The feas been to with his Hand W Couflt Stawnberg to iet him how 7y fee Ws Prefeiice wOaid ia eatdoraa the fame tiiae Imperial Majefry that bis Pufturefec wkh and vahrd atbetwBffji 2 a Mark of iis ApprooatLoa of his great and ftgnal Aa Ixprefs is arrived bese theGzar of a Remittance ot 390000 An Order been by his Danifh to get ripajiy the foe a new Expedition the Province of and fuch other are that we flatter ear felvfif with better Suecefs than A boat 20 of who were Prifoners in They CQciphin of the and that a great A Squadron of Men o War ing to prevent the Swedes from trarifporting Troops to fegff Saxony tfeat to left jn gven the e Jie feil Yeterday tins that to that the Diike of Peter sbottrg to V and that his Czanfh Majeiiy was fist out where to to procecl frop ripncjf able CoiTacks that are fubjeft to the have receivd to be in a readirtefs to take the 2 On the I3rh Inftanc his fenc a LieutcnancColunel and 30 Mei to feize on a Town belonging to the Biihoprick of fiihifaimy which Btlho prick wai poflefsd rormerly by the Houie of in the Year 1643 it was with all its Depen to the Roman who obfigfd themfeives upon thac toprefeTve rhe Protefianti in rhtir tree Enjoyrneur of alj their Rights and which they have contrary to that Agreement in many In to great Prejudice of the Pro and lately deftroyed of their This feveral Complaints in their but the Roman of RedrefTmg their declard that they did not think them feives bound to obferve the Terms of the CapunJa j whereupon the Ekclor oi Hanover comman ded his Troops to take of and icon fent a Councellor to acquaint the Chapter of with the Reafons that ekligd him to this The Chapter ieem very eiuch alarm ed at and have fent a Deputy to this notwithftgnding which his Highnefs prderd 5 Companies of Foot to March ycfterday in the Evening into the Territories of the Bifhoprickj and oblige the Roman Catholicks to a bettej Oblervauce of their Her Majifty the Queen of Britain hayiflg been to figniry the States in which has been delivered by ijhe Lord her Intention to feed fpeedily over the of AJnrlburougb to concert the Ope rations oi the next the neceffary Mealyres for preventiag the that Declara tion has been very acceptable to Migh who have fent Orders to their Minifter at Yitnnx to make all f oSble Inftances for the de partyre of Prince Eugene of The Count de fitty and Ljeuteaant General Dopft have feve ral Conferences with the Deputies of aboiit a for forming an Army on the but is referrd to the arrival of the Duke of and many are of that al though the French hould have an Army on that fjde under the Elector of as they give the Allies will content tfiemfelves Garrifons in the along that and ac withall their Forces on the fide in to penetrate into The Officersin Service of the States having reprefen ted the ImppfiibiJity of getting their Companies compleac the 5th of it the States havegranrtdthem a further but Commifla ries will certainly 6e appointed Co reviewhem by the latter end of the next The Recruits foV the Svviizers areraifed fuecefs that the Regiments that in the Service of the wiU be in 3 WeeJs and a oae half of their Recruits are Already arrived tJje The QrHeers of our Artillery are to fet out from hence and the o ther Preparations for an Campaign are for warded with that tis hoped the Prcfenceto tMe Naval tJi had appointed General to the in i Confederate will appear fopner in the of rfi and fCmething can be in The Regimeat of Horfe i wlnehJ5 to be commanded by General Orders to be ready to roar ch from hence to Fhndtrs f Lieutenant Genera
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