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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 9, 1810, Dublin, Dublin tfMflftr 52 UBLm From May to Srturdty May i On the ioth Inftant arrived One Packet from Great of Maryborough have promised Protection to ail Peer brought x Holland and i OflenA pie that bring Provisions to the that Mail purpofe have given out very ftrift Orders againft offering the leaft Injuries to env TheDrench who April ilrengthen themfelves behind have brought greateft part of their Cannon ftoriDpu chain to their They are ftrongiy fortifying Catelet and feveral other PoftV along the The French Generals made a great fearch for Cprn and other Food in all the and publick to fupply their Army who bring them no Provifions and are therefore in the greateft May The heavy Aftjllery is arrived here from Gbent 40 pieces are already fent to the and the reft isto follow The E quipage of Marflial at and his Guards at Letters from Madrid of the 26th paft that King Philip intended rp fet out the Day after for and that the feiihg oY the Duke of Celt has pccafiond no manner of Diftur bance the Council unanimpuQy approved the Proceedings of the Court agairf Thae Prince intends to march into and obliged to retire under the Canndirof Whatever it the Dukeof NoaiUes is ordered to femble his Army without any Eois of and march towards to befiege that or al leaft oblige King Charles to weaken ins Forces on the Frontiers ft thereof facili tate the Execution of the rpf Kihg The Marfhal of Vitian will out to morrow for ajid tis publickly aid at Courtj that he has nfed fuch Arguments with the that his Majefty has given him full Power to fight the and not to fuffeir take Bimdy in his This Report is fo generally cre that feveral Noblemen are preparing to fet outlor as Volunteers and it is that this News has a great this People being he Gaia of a Battle will tarn the Scales on qne or elfe that the iofs thereof vwin acceTerate Peace 5 fo they Gainers let the Event be what it The Miniftersafe of another being fenfible that the Lpfs of a Battle wpuld enable the AHies to impofe harder Conditions upon this cannot that Marihal Vtfhrs has the as his Friends jgjve The Trppps which are to iinder are marching to the rpol01e and wiH very The tibpesof a begin for this Conrt is revived tp make np the thah yet turnedrip and other through tfieSelfifh tereftotfpme a new Order is come out to thereof write ffoni ffcoufon and that thefittnig out of Men of War in thofe JHarfjours U The N the 17 tb Inftant Don an intimate Friend of the Duke of Me dina was taken tip and all his Pa pers were feized but the Publick is ftifl ignorant of the Reafons which have obliged the King to fecure a Perfon of that and who has been fo Zealous for his Tis thatfmce the time of his 18 Cou riers have been difpatched for feveril and that Guards are placed at convenient diftances from this to fecure fuch Perfpnsas fhall prefume to ab fent themfelves without leave of the The Dutchefsof MedinaCeli fent the fpth a Letter open far her to the Princefs defiring her tp intercede with the King that it be fent to but ffie that the Reafpns which had induced that Prince to feize the did not allow him to grant any Correfpondence of Betters with People long to know what thefe Reafpns and tis faid they are to be communicated this Evening to the The ViUadarias fet out the to affemble the Army between Fraga ancl Philip has put off his departure 27th May Abundance of Seamen are daily fent hither from the other for Manning our Navy with all The Squadron of Men of War defigned for is ftiil detained by contrary The Swedes are fitting at Carelftroon 32 Capital Ships They have provided feveral Veffels on the Cpaft of Pome for as tis Come Thou fands of Soldiew for the relief of His panifh Majefty has not only releafed 4 Dutch which were Arrefted in the becaufe bouqd kdtn with Salt and but has allb given leave for 9 Swedifh Ships Abound to to pafs the and continue their Voyage with out rt Francforf Tis faid the Elector of ffano ver refufes to refume the Upper Ncauie the Army of the Empire is not in a CbneHeion to aft and theqenerals of the Circles take uppnthem to lifpofe of their rorces vas they think We hear that the ihal has tte gun to form Army near aP thattis not le veralReaiments thence to as JFrenph Troops that were on the Saar and We the Lutheran tinate being redpced tp Poverty of ieyeral that n fend fter fbme tafee hut cannot by their who are themfejvesin May The Siege of Vmqth t fibned fueft a hf elfewhere in the French as be Oar Travis ata ors ala ers beiievie he will fe firnt Chief in forts of Prince 1S My Two 490 porfe and lately tJftovtSls to tjiie Troops aes 2 March Freijcli Army near tyres this and the Duke Wiry by wayuf welook
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