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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 15, 1810, Dublin, Dublin PIE IN f which tirottght the foUowirfg a 2ft Bought and large Magazines are ftorin while wemake fide wefbaB ofljy tions for an early Campaign They demand of eaicii Notes of Moneys They expeft ar 80000 Sacks of Corn from j and s quantity of Silver is arrived there from to be coyned Money for par ing the the former of whom is an According to our laft Irifliman by and from the great Council was likely tt are boffin break tip without coming to any thro with deHgivtogo and ferve the great Divifion amongft the Members of that Duke The Troops that are Affembly and we are tbldfrom that King itbnfttj tfeither have LettersftbmS duri the whole Winter but flow give a lamentable account of the Affairs of Re irgida in and tis feard the defeat of of Corn is the Swedes at will prove the ruin of the Proteftant Intereft in that They tell r that they have no more regard for the Treaty of than it it had never been concluded thac amongft other Violations of the baanle part Papifts have retaken oi of the Troops which from the which thty were obliged two Years are gone back again thither the Prttwt of 4jgo to reftore them by Virtue of that They writefrom the of Zurich have it now under lorfzhb tycbfttixj Admiral and the upon they General Commiffitry or have laid down their ftote ttet a Quarrel tjie Swedift jnend chat Coffcerrt tothe Poteittates in Garifon and the Danifli and that 500 o iicb CaJQlons art the fame Meafuresj and are got ready on the Coaft of for fhip accocdiiig asthe to ap ping off thd Swedescommanded by te astis tho foaie thinlr thcj will the v Ttieffojl lift if Pruffian and 13 arrived on the other fide near this asdidaifo theGarifons AH bythiERiegBncf has The new NunciofeQm tne ieniy at the tide batons ttmieads to aflfefrtWel Jtteir dcdm T day crar Cbfnpjimefttsrf tux hto upon his thofeof Irom that the Frencharfr very diligently drons and i 5 Battalionv marehd by the way of employed in fjBirtg their and have given towards Of ders to therinhabitants of the Country to in where they are to Encam p Ae who are marched from from and other are ta take another one received but the Exprefs i Wehave advice latter end antf thence to returned hither1 with the agreeable A in that that tfee Regency of bad accepted the place from Court in 14 a Jbgr in conftant and great Rainv that the Pioneers their Refoluttbn of the tbe fame cannot Work te repair guarded1 above 14ea QthejE the iSwediflr ate on marcpitKer from rom an parts Aas given order for Jiis Field Euipage to b iresujy frdni to that the Eleftor at the fame to treat uipage be got fters of the AHies about tht Swedifh Po entring the Service will command aggin on forces of l Frvnk fat gnea he went immediately to the Grand towhom her imparted his have iipontwryt wfcdo n6f yet any Refolution been the Aliissabbut that Afeifj too thole Troops were formerly them by the By the Erprcfs that not wit n
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