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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 6, 1810, Dublin, Dublin IJBLIH Dp May to MAJ On the 7th Infant arrived from Great brought One oftenti and One JLjfbon irnrfav dpi THIS day die Great Council ofWarwas aflembledj in order to concert the O perations of the enfuing The Tax that was impofed by the Ge neral Council on the feveral forts of Stampt having received the confent of moft of the was rejected by a Committee to Whom the fame was after the General Di et CafteDan of and General of the Artillery of lately at in Yefterday theJfcng dlfpofed of the Offices of which he was poffefledLac his Qrcat Oe neral of the Crowny fucceeds him m Count Fleming his Majefty s nrft Mi hith the Office of General of the Artillery of Coningpolsty is made Weywofl or which place was vacenc by the Refignation of the Palatin of4 The King hath alfo dif pofed bf feveral other important Places and it is repotted that his Majefty will fpeedily remove to a Seat Mm Leagues from this on to enjoy the pivirfions of Hunting and The Tiiufcovite Ambaflkdor makes ireat preparations for the RecejStion of the Heredr toryPdncedf wlfo is expeded here on iftUayvt Saturday tk Senators ahcf Depu ties who nave afliftedin the Great Council lately held are and Teem very wen with the Affiirances the Kmg has given them ih barticular when they toblc their that Ke wilt ufe all pbffible means for making Peace with Stoefort libdn fucfi Terms as may be equally Glorious iihd Advantageoui to the Polifc They rite iroffl i that the friends of General tolfeingrearMnfinr ibrheisac cufed to have connived at of Uf M of Ww and of feveral ether material m the Czar has or Army that he may be Tryd by the whole Body oflris Ge ifhewaryac an highly fireludiclarto the Interfeft of his Czarifii TheKing of Polrtd haying now fiuwbir of Trdops oh Footthaii hefedc tfieKeutifaHty of his Dominion itt Ger red fty the High wehearOr irl ithe TTrbops to tBe Em peror and the Maritime to be employd in i orlott the as they fliall think ic tlieir Service Strtstfoefc tfpril AH the Garilbns in are marching to their We Regiments Ammiibition Plain Several are not and the more thsaW cl their want of that fincc tlie Sth are expejied from Smog and Dauphina fte ral Review of our Troops is put off foroe days longef at the Requeir pjf the fcveral of whom are and others for not com pleating their Companies in due A Contagious D fremper rages iKH in feveral Provinces of which fweeps away abundance of Two Officers the Army of the Weywode Syoiosii are arrived at with Advices to King We daily expeft to hear of an Engagement between the Swedifh and Danijn Fleets in the Let ters from Lithuania of the i4th Inftant ad that the Mufcovites are marched out of their Winter Quarters to the Camp before having left thac Country in an inexpreffible Thefe Let ters thatthey have s cpnfiuned and carried off every thing that might be ferviceable to thtir and left the Inhabitants deftitute of Necefiaries for their The Mifery of that People makes them earneftly defire the Concjufion of the Diet of they may be freed from thofe Exafti onsf the fiis Majejy is fet out fat attended by his chief and feveral particalarly by Monfieur formerly the Danifli Envoy to the oa whom we hear his Czarifc Majefty wfll confer tie Command of the Ruffian May Two days ago violent Storm hapned by which 7 Veffels laden with perifted in the We hear that an fecluous Diftemper ragesagain in feveral of Poliib They write from thatRing Juguftus has renewed the AHiance betwixt the Czar of and the Republick of Poland that the Commiffioners are a ppointed to adjuft aH Ditte rences with the City of A Marriage is tween the Young Duke of and the Prjncefs Niece to buc this latch js not The Pruffiaa Recruitedeiigned for to begin their March to Morrow but will hardly arnve in fore theend Many Diftwdion from hence to to affift in the great Exploit to be performed by the Confederate Ar the French can appear with their Army w the LettersJrom that the Miufcoviteshave no defign to attack by a for mal te intend bombard the Place againj to deftroy the tx obhge the Ganfon tpyield without the Effufion of Tis ftid the Duke ofCourland will not enteic upon the Government of that till all the Foreign marched from Several Counts of the Empire aregonc to as Volunteers in the Confederate Army 5 and yefterday 5 be longing to Prince arrived way The Landgrave ns iewife tomake the Campaign The Enemy continue their Preparations for paffing but we areaflu ref are m no to flnderrake Letters from f Defeat 6fthePoljfl Troops who lately joined the the Troops lyVon are aotiwthftanding the Rlinforcemeats wbidi taken with and all which the 5
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