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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1810, Dublin, Dublin From Jfril ioStitirdtj Afril 17 BY THE Lords Jufckfcs and Cbiihcil A PROCLAMATION late Lords Jujtiees and Cotndi of this upon Application rw wade to them from divers parts of this 403 rtpejenting that tbe Scarcity and DearnefsofaU manner Grain and was fo that the Poorer fort of tbe Inhabitants and People in this would be in Danger ej being if the Exportation of Corn not for fame time Aid by Tbeir Proclamation bearing tbe nth day of in tbf Teat of Our Lord Prohibit and Forbidrtbe Exportation of all man ner of Grain and Meal and alfo aft Gram Baked or made up in Bisketor Of in any other manner out ofaB or any tbe Ports of this to any Parts beyond until their further Order Except fuch OAJntitiet only ai foould be Neeeffary for tbe Ships that flouldeo oaf of this and tbe Crews and Perfonf Aboardfutb during tbe refpeSive Voyages for which fuck rafte and did thereby alfo require tbe Officers fotbefeverat ports in this to fof fer no greater quantities of Grain or to be ptt on ay Boat or thenjhoutdbe ne fefjrjfor tbe the Crew and Perfons aboard fueb their intended and having now Tweivel full that there or9 great Quantities iftft jngdimy fair Profpeti very Plentiful Marveft next tbat it is Prohibition any We therefore and tfofataei do hereby Revoke lie Proclamation to Prohibit the Expor tation of dnd Meat out oftfo dot by this Our Publtjk and Bisketr Sianeby may 8 Henceforth Exported out aU and the Ports and Creeks thereto Parts the exceptfacb a are in tfands in fuch manner as if no futbP reclamation bad at the CouncilChamber in the i of Aftrilr 1 Rock fair G ai Save the QUE E KHtt April 27tH strtivea Two Packets from Great Sri txih9 w1iicti Brought the following Genoa Jtfr A The laft Letters frdrii JSegtiom hrirtg Ad vie f a nd were ar rived there with Thefe Shipsurere to take itt feme at that after which thejr to ail direftiy for Port where it is jloltd iWw is atrfvetf thriFlea det Kaviflrg beeh Lof Ott faild let faHW rheCbift o it amowg and the other to Barcelona with a Britiih Man of War wasdifpatchedffom hence to with Letters to his Catholick Majefty fc April His Royal Highnefs having re ceived cpniiderable Money from Great our Officers and Soldiers have been paid their but the Mountains being cover ed with the Campaign cannot be opened till the beginning of Six hundred Men embarked at Finul to be Transported to ac the charge of tbe Queen of Great are detained there by contrary We have that the Vice roy of that Ifland has Imprifoned feveral Emiffariea of the Courts of Madrid and who were concerned in the late Commotions in that and endeavoured to make their efcape in Difguife Thefaid Viceroy has lince taken fuch proper Mea fures for the Security of the principal as will prevent to the great Mor tification of the Duke deUyeda and who are Intirely devoted to die Intereft of franee The 4 Regiments lately raifed in the State of for the Service of King Charles are and will march the Inftant to embark at a great number ofTranfports being got ready for thac end 5 Tbe other Regiments to the Mila arp recruiting with aU to aft ia Conjunction with our Afmy as are alfo the Impe rial an4 other Auxiliary Two Bridges are laid between Alexandria and 4flii for the Pafiage of the latter over that April confirmed from that Prince qggotski and the other Leaders of the being aflembled at have re newed their Resolutions to proiecute the War in de fence of their Religious and Civil Rights and thac ia a late Conflict Iwtween a Party of goo Hungari ans who were attacked by like number of 50 of the former were and the reft purfneii as far as Letters from that on tlie 4th the Janifaries quartered at mu tlnetf and kill d federal pf tlieir but the Se efcaped to the The King oeing likewife in danger of his mounted oil and retired 8 Leagues from that Town An Order is publimcd here permittingall the of this without to ftY out We have that our Squadron oi Men of commanded by which lately put to got fight of Squadron near the Ifland ofBorx but the latter made all the fail they and efcaped intci the Harbour Our Vice Admiral is fihce failed to to fetch a confi derable number of Seamen from thence 5 and another Squadron is gone out to Greatspreparations are made to renew our Attempts againft den in April The Review of the Confe derate Troops is every where and a Lift of the fame to the Deputy of the StatesGene They will make up afn Army of above 30000 ricludirig the Imperial befidss the Regiments which tlie Eleftor of Hanover will bring wkh April Bread is baking at Maeftrikbt for wfao are fpeedily expefted there from To morrow the Count de U Leek lets outf0rtke tlsj April The Allies having invelted and defigaiagto bcliege it without any lofs of the Sates pf Brabant and Ffanfers have iflued out OSers to their refpeciive Diftriifts to furnifh a nmnbeFof Hories drawing up the Scbeid
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