Monday, March 10, 1710

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1810, Dublin, Dublin SAfurday March loth Since our laft arrived One Packet from which brought 1 wo Lisbon with tne following February H E iith arrived a Ship from Rio A meyro with that the Gover nor of that being informed on the 6th of Juguft that 6 Sail ap peared upon the Coafr he immediate to all the Country to and de fnd and hinder the Enemys iHr Cafe thev fhould prove to be 1 he next day thev and made firaight in ror tne with EngliJli Colours but the Forts Finn hey were obliged ro bear on to A i thev landed fome Men on plunderd tc 1 any x Sovereign Ac in icuas nought ric to fend thkher H j i n y t o p 1 i 1 j r f r i on fome Plantations bur Coins about to land their Main were by irander ofthe After they endeavour d in Hie Night time to land within 2 Leagues 01 tne Town of but had no better Thev went afterwards coafiing tnl tney came to a Sandv where there was none to op it being thought oecaufe toe continual High Sea that rowled there and the ragv Mountains fcarce acceilible that finround ed it There hey landed 1500 with a great deal of and croffingrtat vaft Aidge o after 4 days and a halt s came without any within fignt of tne City 5 becaufc the Forces kept all by the SeaSide me Governor drew up his and vVomen and retire into the Town an open Upon their he aHacicd them Sword in and after an obftlnate in the Enemy loft above 300 he puffi To very hard that in order to gain one ot the btore iionfes thev were fbrcd to bear the fire ofj Re riments of with a Confiderable At ftft rhev sot ftid Houfe where they made a pfettv Defence for fome while but would have been all burnt were it not tor rhe many Wo men and Children that werein In tms and laft they loft above 300 Men and feeing all Hopes of escaping tney furren dcrd Prifoners at Defcretion to toft Number vntn their Commander Da On i2 Men were and among them the Governors who was a and 280 Ships of this Letters from of the ift bring Tnat At 7z wa being the Day tnat a Party or 140 and were marched out 01 in order to pillage the Country a LientenancColonel with 130 ro go and join 60 Horie that were already in thofe and then marchin queft ot the which he executed with that that ui with them that fame ne attacked tkm a rreat deal of ana hot DifpureroBted killing 14 of their ana And of their Foot only one who of MiwMs 49 De idliedVpon and no made Pnioners Arrived here from An ou Count a from General with an o in relation to in orser to ft ions for General vh is to promife rhern in the of the and above all he is to rake en re not ro them as Chiefs of the butoniy a vate who had the Misfortune to a Arms againfr his Imperial Lercers Ojnfizniumis otthe iph pafr contrsdid he Report we had ibme Days that the Turks were diiAced to accept the Mediation of the Emperor and the Maritime and leemed to repent their ing Publifhed a Declaration of War agsinft They teil us thai their Troops concinu to march to tneir reipscuve nnu ciui the Grand Signior has publiihed a fbrc ofa to acquaint his Subjects with theReaions tha have induced him to take up Armsagainir die Muf covites in order to repel their Violences and Infrafn ons of the Treaties ofvvhlch that Prince gives a Particular That Piece is pubSick here3 butmany doubc ihe Auchorlry there and from he Stile it is generally hac the fame was drawn up by the French EniiHaries at S The Sieur Urbirb3 Pleni potentiary of the Czar of Ins received Letter from thai the Chsrn of being returned into his Country from and having aliembled theMurien or chief Princes of the to acquaint rheni with the Refoluti ons of the Turks to declare againit the and give them Orders to prepare themAbives for an Incurfion into had abfolutsiy refuied to comply with his Order In clination to continue in Peace with he Muscovites j but this Advice is too material ro be believed till i is duly especially ieeing die freftelt Ad vices from of the 22d no mention Mircb According1 to our Lerrers from tis ftiil ha Forces in Bremen and of 21300 defign to march to andtis tha the King of Pruffis has abfoiuteiy denied them a free Faffage through his We hear from that there has been a grest Tumui In theDifrrja between a ParCyof Swediui Soldiers and the becauie the sc ter would not differ their Relations to be to ferv Perfons had ailembled to the Number ohicco and defended themfelvei with were appeasd They that they would net be lifed by Force into Foreign but di2t they were lacrifice their Lives for his Swedifh in defending their Native i he has not only taken Polkilioa of the Town of but olso of the other Towns in that becaufc the Cnn tonswiil not be tied to rhe Agrecmeni betveei ElectoralHighnefs andtheir late butrjin themfclves at Liberty to infringe the Riglus and Li bef ias of rhe Lutherans fettled March On the ift Iniiani the Sieur Envoy Extraordinary of inviteclto a Conference with the Deputies or the and the Miniftersof theSmperor ard wherein they offered the Mediation ct their cfpeitfve for procunngH Peace between his Swedhli Majefty and hh lhas Mn wo erve in a Foreign Abundance of fbns were killdon both before he Pea

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