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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 1810, Dublin, Dublin b From day arrived Two Packets which brought One sdjto Saterdtyyfa iHey write from that the tuke of wfco is to command the French Forces in iDaupbineltiae was on the 5th Inftant at Great Kuinbeirs of German Recruits arrive daily in well for the Imperial as tffofeof the Bute of The Counts is upon his rture for and 4as already fent away bis The Swedifl Secretary raiding fcas ived a Letter from Binder of a freflt 4m that Mafter Wiffinaes in that prince is ery maeh with Colonel for foaving jbynd with fiis Regiment and fought agaiaft die Itoperialifteiii that General las refolvfcd Co be a place of the utffloft of the jtorjl battle Ifefident of this Court at Iate4y hrefegJrtMs Highaefs veftiture of Great er of the Letters f roth of that the Diet having read the Proreas of their the Members kifled hrs aad attended his Wajefty it the ia the Church of f Tfeefe Letters aad had commanded General Gobs to be Jreught General Scbemeretb hathdecfianded Ertgi jieersand a TraiA of Artillery for carrying on the Siege of about 3eace but todefpair of as long as oiir poitentiaries cemaia in to laft Courier Who came from the Marfeal and the Abbot isfent back to but the Contents of his 0ifpatches are fccret In the mean time another Cabinet Cbjrier is ferit to Since the afeth has been at is llidthat at the Kings exprefs the Marfhal dt ViUirs is fet due this day for The Sluices at Dons fo that the Veflels can The Lines oT Circumvallatioh before jDoroay ml finished td N ightpr to Every Battallo n has red and a number of Gabions and have all things ready lor opening the Ifefterday more tFroaps were detached towards Au no convoy the Veffels witli the heavy Can non to the which has made a movement to up the CUy more Hbrlfe are come to encamp betwixt this Town and because of thefcarcity of ProvMions to be very atid cheap in bur TMs day we have that the ABies have tafcen the CaAle of poigtaffivtile near ma3e 120 Hen hi it Prifofiers of Ifhe French wTio lye near are casing up rntrcfichmeBts for Norway is failed from Command of ViceAdmiral The King has refolved to recall Count Mo frpm to Fend andtlferMinifter in the fatfte CbaraQisir A Deputy frdiflthe MUjgitfates bf isiarnved to daim feme Ships Aat which the Daaeshad brought itiio tfess tn a Dutch Fleet of SaiVtf arrived before Cortyoy of 2 Meniyf Wif Sfi4 i MbilHeur frfa Major Irf the Fodt Vrho was iakeir Prifotoer is the late Battle near WJMurfa ap pointed to command the DanHh Foot Guards Which are in in the room of Colonel is ordered to return to mis not yet iet at f mte to exchange Wm for a S neraL whom the Danes tookin have that the Swedes fcrve takch Diree tanifli Ships Corn upon the Coafls or Tfee Duke K fet out for is not yet gone for the and teems to Jtake no hafte to giving out that the Wound which he recei ved laft year in 1iTs Knee him fo much he cannot well a btit the King figftlfiedto Mrft that the foonef hefotfs the The otfier CJenerals ate 4tfi The Duke af it Marshal rft dt the who phin and the Duke of who expreffr4 Intention to put the Army in have Ihcil at v4j of the 2d fay the Confederates arefar in draining the Water from about the e Enemy have Batteries ef 3 Cannon wiEhoat the Of Notre to hinder the whp make no to idilmount thenij a3 loon as our annon attempted this burn fome Sfeips with near Gtent but were Mty liCtters frpin Tournay the they the Trenebfes would be open ed but ibme are of Opinion that ouc Batcerje which are to be mounted wifft J8S fheavy Can and 33 could not be the i2th but our Engineers that tJiey doubt not t6 fbrcfe the Oatifoh to ftirrender in of 10 after fchef tein 10 of the S3 fsiys was eipefted there that Evening that the Troops ot the Kings Hon arrived in the in a wor fe condition than laft and were followed fy 6 tbefs every The Marmal has extended bis from to 4nd has his at fhe Caftle over He has guarded ill the paffcswfer the River with to pre veirs the Defertion of his Letters Na murevf the fay that on the 8000 Men from the with feme other Troops from that City and were tnarchrd fcith great fpeed te wards from before May day fheSd Jnftant a Detachment of oar Horfe that was i commanded toPatrole on the Plains of met with a Party of 100 of the Enemys Horfe ining towards oar Camp to gt ligeficfc they drew mp both and oars hav ing atthefirft Charge of the took the reft Pcifonert 2 ait 4 The Difpofition beiag made for the Attack of 40 appointed fer tfie Frfnce of of Eeots iera Barl co
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