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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1810, Dublin, Dublin March to Saturday Since our laft arrived Two Packets from GreatEn but brought no foreign February the Queen of Great EnvovExtaordinary to the Grand Duke of 55 ar rived here from having been detained in the Lya of He propofeth to make a ftort fray in this then proceed on his Journey to They write from thai Inftant with Flo dor hey was Cornmo on the 3d 4 ot the U Ui SVCia Queen cT Ships at and thai cm the 28th of the laft Month the Viceroy din d on Eord the where he was highly pleafed 10 fee the Marines perform their wmcn did with much Eafe and Letters from Mine that the Pne having received Satisfaction on the Account o an infringe ment of fome of which he complain d to the Pope the Appears often ai and has had a long ofhis Holinefs in relation to the Affairs in The Count de the s is ftill at beingable to accommodate the Differences Between the 2 lately received a Courier from with JJif mtches from Royal whicn makes foine People imagine that his Matter has recalld They write from that tokovaYHighnefs the Duke of had given to hare the Recruits for his Forces ready fet and that they were railing Le vievwithood5flcccfs in his The the Imperial and Count deSalL are preparing irorn for this Our Letters of the loth inftantfrom Nqks that the there flop and examine all feveral Perfons had been taken up for ding with the and difperfmg a Declarsui on in the Name of the he nromifetha general Pardon to fucb ot the inna bS as win fubinTt to have been many Defies laid in favour of that whica however have been difappointed by the Di5SA it is thought a raong other Matters an Order for the maKuiga rw Lew of 4000 Men in that the arrival of that fcprefs feverai Alterations have been made among the Officers by others of Iti Thefe Letters that they are lading Corn on Board feveral Neapo ftcan Vfcflels in in oraer to it from thence to ny beginning the Hoftilities MufcotiuTthe 4aTon is However tkev aw making the pounons toaa with we are it has been refolvd to pin 20020 ani with the who propofe to znake an Irrup tion into Poland under the Command of the King of the Grand Signior in at cje Head of another attacks Mvltwh In the mean time hisCznrifB Tviajefty is preparing thing for a vigorous Defence 5 snd che Troops d ligned to form the Army en the Frontiers are filing off to the Place appointed for thsir general Rendez All our Letters iroin pziersbaurg the Plague is not yet entirely ceafed a and that it continued to rage great Violence In and the laft of which Places is almoit entirely The con tinuance of it is in a great meafure attributed to tke fudden and frequent Shirtings or the Weather3 which have been very remarkable this Monfieur Appointed to rae care of he o he Ring or the Death of MoriJieur arrived here fbrne Days i he State n ritizni having finiihd their for i ailing Fcur Mil lions ofFlorins by way of Subicriprions fallen in according to the Choice of the Subfcribers elrfier at the Rate of 9 vr lor o for 20 or at the ufual latereir of 4 with an Exemption from the 10 Years after the Ccncluilon of the The Generals and other Officers of he Army ccnnnue Iiere3 and are daily to Conferences wiro rhs Council of In relation to rhe as much as rhe Operations of the Campaign 5 BOW the Duke of Maryborough is ar thai they will foon be repairing to their fgve ralPoltSo There being no rnanner of donbr the Death of Cetera and Ccar Infixing upon Conditions which have no been thought fit be the have Brigadier togcand Cornmard in Caiahnu for that purpofe they have madhim and gjren him of which he was LieutenantCairn ancThe has Order co be in o readinefs to fee ouc up on the nrft The Turkiflj Chianx has been here about a Year on Account of fome Gocd3 Maintenance during his ftay in this We have Letters from Conftjntinoplf of the 20tli off 3 which fell chat the Turks continue their Preparations of War the The Secretary to Monfieur has not yet left this but is ready to return to ConftanitKorfe as foon as he has his which he expels in 2 or 3 Our Acvices from the Frontiers sell that Marfhal Villas was returned to to jive the King Account of the Condition of the Troops and Places he had In the niean time the Preparations at continued on both fides for an early The French talk of E quippinga great Number of Galleys at but wedoDsc hear of any confiderable Armament in any other eicher of the the Monfieur the great is fet out for Fbnders and the HorfeGuards are to their March in 2 or 3
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