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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1810, Dublin, Dublin 0 B LI May arrived jacket Great of Anioifs The Marquis went brought One and MailsV fodajos the and was to open the Campaign againft the the ty Marfhal de ViUars had a long Conference with the and goes to morrow for Twen from of th th of tihe ty thoufandPeafants are fummoned to make a Line laft Mpntix tfiat oka fyrris with on this fide the arid another from the Somme of lyleri of the We are fortifying and Conimaclpre wiih anpthbrpf and and nope our Army will be formd ia Diitfh Men of1 aidyed tliere the There are great Diflentions at Court the 24th and Dufcli commandecl Dauphin has a mirid to to the Armyj ancjthe by Sir ofBurgundy to follow The Marfhais de Vtitaker fcis hacj jam tftere Come tiniey Viltarsand and the Duke of are faking vaj iro all dltgufhrd de Launoy and PromeUes have beea thertP Asithis confifts Pi4pMe4 difpatchied in all hafte by the King to to they VjlJ of thefe ftciiire viewf all the Paffes and Magazines in all attemipts of the cbn for which Province we are in extreme appre ifrpm goal thd o hehfiPn The HpuftoldTroops are marching with force tfee to be towards the fXpra They write from that die German Troops tuitik Gvfforty gnd The beginning to and the Duke or ludJowCjjfle fajs ike tb otter Sdvfy faasbrderd his Troops to march towards chti two are fa i and Bought are to but his 6wn Equipage is not yet The1 cruize og the cqaic pf to the fene French Troops are marched towards Grenoble and tijakjiig uPPn and there is Proyifions ia the latter tor by King Charles on that In time durfhg the of King f April Ene tiqns ftere for ipme Entfrprize ijiey my upon quitting their Pofts on the Tiave caitfei to erobarKd on the Galley of the Woke dovfrn all the we have repaired fuch Tyrfay agreat quanfity ofall as weile neceffary for tnvefting the of Dovcay with fome Saddles iured tor 5n this zirid for openingJthe neareft Commu npp Mei tis believeci that njcation withLijie and from which Places pf the AOies in thefe Seas deter them jfpm yen the Army muft reteive their chief ing turing upon any Expedition fmportahcer the Sieged On the we began the Lines of Cir an Account from that the Count de which being now in a good Forward Viceroy pf that 1 had causd twp all our except a Detachment of Places whpf reyolted will miarchjto Morrow over and encamp tp be ancj fhe of fhe betweenthe lower Branch of that River and the SeditionTtp to that leMs from Duny to be nearer laft Advices Admiral Baker conti todur Mafgazinesbf and the greaieft part nwed with hi at VW FboV will remain onthe fide of The for of Marlboroujfi will take his Quarters at the Copenfogen 4PrH The Squadrpu for fame time at Abby of Flinnes on the other Noway is njtl here till another wfiicn is ap A thoxifand Foot are detached to Day to take Pofl pointed o Bruize ia Jthe alfo ina reagi at of ArJeuxi They are to ftop the Sluites are given for drawing pu a ijeirtHat Place which fupply the Inundations about are given for drawing pu a iertat Place which fupply the Inundations aout tJM Wt of all Regiment pf tpre Orders are likewife given for cruit tjie Regular an4 fhe is to be tMWg the Scarp at frtdcfoy between Dowy and euotced b t afe3 tP draw off the Water on thai fide by the tP draw off the Water on thai fide tJe PirixyCpunfffe is goQe to make the riitp the adjadent The heavy Artillery necefery Difpofitibns Tor that purpofe thf and AmmUriitibnfoi the Siege will be Tent up from Boors in this The Draught out of the Ml tvith all poifible Expedition 5 and litii will to Inhere is no one yet General Dopfc with the Body of Troops that win cTioferi tohlcceed General but it is tired on continues encamped near believed tfie5 Choice will fall Yo coriduft them from thence to the 1V Greatnurtibersofpeferters come daily over to April They from that thbfe from Dovoaj give an Accounr tiat there arc eld 5 fetoutPoft and the reft pf his Troopsare gone into tfcls day foe GaVJfop frbih that althothfe April The in the sated ttoey the Army would the Secretary UxeUes thro thi5 be fpr want of Foffage to remain in their place on his Way from Genruydenberg to By from the Hague that the Allies have Lettersfrptii of we that the frdldnged their Permiffion to the French Plenipo Dufee ofl received an Exbrefir on the I2th In temiaries to ftay a t till the 18th of with Aavice ready April Wehear from the Gamp before f Ji rt J JJE l t to rakelhe as foon that Priflcethaflarfive Dmfy rjiat fince all poffible Expe and that the Enemys Troops are likewlfe filing off dition has been ufed in making the Lines of Gircujjr towards Upon this the Marquis vallation and preparing 70000 Haicinesi bat tis as tf put to get the will ijcf Beoipened before thf in w apea die Campaign upon the end of this when the heavy Cannon that i coming
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