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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1810, Dublin, Dublin p f f From StturdA dfril to Tutjdty Afrll Since our laft arrived a PacTcet from Greai which brought and One oftend VfttiffyApril Erters from NapTes that AdmiralBaker i with the Sottadroii under his was returned to Toronto and that fie was to ftay there till the Tranfports are laden with Corn before he fets fail for Some Advicesfrom that the Pope had offered 40000 Piftoles for the Reftittttion of mttcbiojon condition that the Germans would engage the Duke of Modena to content to His Holinefs has at laft given the Brief of the Cruciata to die King of in the fameforhithat it wis before given to King The Marquis dePrie has tranfmitted the faid Brief by a Courier to rienrittiMil Letters from Barcelona of the 27th paft fay that Count Staremberg has been extraordinary of The faid Letters give an Account of the motions of the Spaniards on the Fron tiers but if we may rely upon thofe the Duke of not be in a condition to take the fo foon as we were told from Some ces from Turkey that Ring of Sweden has not thought fit to accept the Offers made unto him by the Grand to give him a Squadron of Men of War to conduft him arid intends to take his way Hmgiay and theHereditary Dominions 5 but we have had fo many falfe as to that that peo ple will not believe this Advice till the fame Letters from Hungary that the Malecontehts have carryd into Neuhdufo a great quantity of not withftanding the endeavours of the to pre vent them but that they had been difappoiiued in aDe of Proviff Jpril A Danilh Frigot having brought that a Squadron ofSwediih Ships was in failing towards the Pomerania the Danilh Squadron that was deligned for Norway was fent on the in the in fearch of thofe with Orders to attack them but we have yet no Account of the Succefs of this Jpril 26 The French Troops are in with a as they give to pals tht and attempt to make an Invafion into 1 b JBA ft the welcome Advice that the Allies die French Lines without any oppofitiom He reports alfb thit our Troops have retaken the and feveratother Particulars contained in4he Mowing Letters written to the States which gave a dear Account of the happy Opening of this The 2 firft are written by tfie Earf of relate to the Affair oi Mortaignti and tie other by Monfieut de one of the of their relate to the Forcing of the Lines and Mighty r According to the Projefr concerted with LieuUnilni neral Cadogattj for the Execution of a Defign made ttie necejfary Diffofttions and Pr tions to attack that Place with 6 VejjelSj 6 PietesofCa and 306 The Attack was wade the 1416 inftant break of Day withfo much that the Enemies feeing our Veffels advanced oti three fides to the very Gates of the Caflle9 and our Cannon fang upon thought it necejjary to furrender that Poft after a final a Cap caffd 4 y and pri vate Men were taken including thofe tfott were detached in a and the Townboufa which Pofts furrenderd likewife as fooxtas we were Mafters of tht We found nothing but one Tfatof Gunpowderj and one Sack of MeaL 1 left therein Capff Houze with his Free Company and 2O other Men to fecure and pofted 15 Men in the and io in the but the by means of the Gattiots they have at on which the bad Of Pieces of attacked that Poft yefterday Morning by favour of a great Detachment of and tooktbefame 3 that tbereins who arrived here yefterday9 isv of tbattconfidering the great and Situation ofthat Pofls it is abjolutely neeeffary to retake and I in to go with him this Day to take view of of Enemyy andadvift to diflodge them from thence without of timey wbisb Will be facilitated bf are to arrive to morrow in this Neigibbour witbZ or io the Mills with adefign as it is likely to fupport Poft If once free from the foun ft would much facilitate the retaking Morta the French Orders With alKpoffitile fpeed for the people that the Operations of much fooner than the for feat of caujjng the ibis to overflow its which would hinder the laying of Bridges on and flop our which Nigbt and Dayare work Corn9 for tbe fubfifiance of the I re Freqsent Expreffesarrive here from the Warfhal that are kept very private but yetthey cannot diflenible ar that they havebeen impofed upon by falfe Advices from the Netberlandssnd other which affirmed poiitive ly that the Allies would mot be in a condition to takethe field before the beginning of Marfe whereas the ordiha Ty Letters1 frort Brufleh that all their matching to atraclc our Thefe Advices have been cbrrfirtrid Mf aft Exprefs Ironi the Chevalier if that Prince High and Mighty I Give my felf Honour to flligbti nejjesy that the Princes of Savoy and MarHpr0Ugb ing arrived here on Orders Were given tf the which being done tis intended to to fo little Preparations for drawing together with of their faid and taex we baft
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