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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 21, 1810, Dublin, Dublin Milan March i which was EnvoyExtraordinary ofthe But that Queen of GrfatBritaat at the Court of bad loft come hither from with cotrimanded to demand Lodgings and for 150 With that Lord from Ottaloni4t are ae prefent at is daily in Conference whh fome of our to regulate certain Aflairsj and a jnong that of Tranfporting the German f 1O when thjs Expreis left the the Afternoon then giving jitd who was wounded on tie is brought to Eljtwrei es to bring further Parti Perfon that brought that hasnet given a very of the Engagement Governor of this is Recruits for the Imperial Regiments fent The King is gonethfs which are daily expeftedj and alfo the March of the to 3000 Imperial which the his Mlftrefsy have not yetjecenre J any has taken into her to the end they may forthexaft Account of the and cannot with be Tranffjorted to yet learn from the Wbmided that March Prince Eugenes Departure is are brought over others that were In the put off till the 2otb 4Tis that he will Yefterdayatteom the Morning the not call at if Che Likelyhood of Peace increaSwedes began the Attack of the Danifh Army witht The Chiefs of the Malecentents have refold a Body of Horfe of the Left Wing 5 MajorGeneral to take the firft favourable Opportunity of a EurenScfatty who fed fhe advanced Guard a and in cafe they lofe to fly to gainft the HorfeGuards of his DaniQi was iaken his Horfe falling from under who commanded the was wounded on tte JETreaft with a Musket was and timei the retired towards Helfmburgi leaving their Baggage and the Field of Battle to the Weiawand from this die IFire during the whole Major deneral BurenScUeld is brought o ver and we do not hear of any otfaer Pr ners that were taken of the Swedes but on the fide of the Danes it is that MajorGeneral Qolfter is and Colonel Morner who commanded dangeroufly andalmoft his whole Regiment cut The Regiment of Foot Prince agotski has fent Circular Letters to aH fuch Hungarian Gentlemen as ftill adhere him j conjuring them to make an ultimate There were but One Regiment of and Hour of v with the Malecontents t but near halt the Poles were run away that afl the Troops the VE nemy can poflibly bring to will not exceed 2cboo We are that the Two Regi ments which were fent for out ot towards the End of the to reinforce our Army in have received new Orders to march to the Upper to ftrengthen the Army of the Some days General Palmes delivered a harp Memo rial to the to forward an Accommodation of the Differences between this Court and chat of Turing to which he expeftsa favourable Mircb The French mStvoy are ftifl Guards commanded by LieutenantGeneral daily bufy in filling their Magazines for the Sufiftence men entirely and all the Oncers wete of their Army during the next They and The Prince of ffolflew Is foppofed give that they hall open the fame very to be kflld or taken Prifonet Wiefter it and endeavour to take before the Duke of Afl Accounts agree that the Sweclesob Stvoys Army can be formed But his Royal Hightaind a compleat j and that Daniflj ncfs has taken the neceifary Precautions to Baffle valry fc entirely and that their Infantry fiatft their Mean the French go on in fuffered very efpeciafly the Regiment of Prince fecuring their Country on this fide are blowing up This Day the Noife of the Cannon was the Rocks along the from de Grefftn to renewed very early in the Morning j the Danes hl to make the River andmake ving thrown themfelres into ffdfmbitrg Ae Retrenchments atfiich Plaices as are parfud and are now Bombarding the Letters from tams that feveral Troops of It was reported that the Danes had demanded to Spanish and Walloon Officers and Soldiers got the the Cannon Is not yet cea that from time to for Spain to ferve the Boats are conrinuaHy bringing over the Wojm Diike of Moui that a great many of them take but thefe are not Veffefc enough tc TranfporC Roitfe and that abundance of All the Danifh Artillery is and nition is Tranfporfed from we cannot yet give aa account of the Number of the March but Stadtholder of is lately deadybut no one is uitanimoufly thatalmoft aft tie Dsmm yet named to him in The cers were left on the Field of except Major Da niin who ia a late General GeneralCortnatiiott is difpatched Aftion Between a PaJty of Horfe under hU in order to bring off the Remains of tle and a Body ofthe JiasBeeniRnt but we are under apprehertfibns that on his Parole He Highly commends the HuujaiiHy they will be obfige4 to furrender themlelves of the particularly of MajorGenerai nersof for tfte great pare hetes that Marck Yefterday a Valet deCnant fuch of Ifcmii priConers are bre of the Marihal arrived at befuppUed mannerof Accotmtofthe firft Interview bet ween our Plen yet poteatiaries and the Deputies of the which is fomewhatilecovered lince he brought is that tfiey do not jeaic but is not yet entirely out of An thereof at This Morning arrived held A thofe which laft had the Daaifc Asiny 5 ed atid the Dauphin with att that the Adioa had fejyiilQQdjtiii both the
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