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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1810, Dublin, Dublin TheDUBLIN Dp Prom ay to Saturday May Yefterday arrived a from Gnat tertainment to the Hereditary Prince of which brought the following Maj has found the giariifli Forces and Magazines in a Condition very different from they were arid thereupon has thought fit to ac who is on his departure to We hear from Mtrienbergi that Ambaffador of her Majefty of to the Czarjj is arrived in his way His Republick being by Ad vices May This Day the ihiperiai that the Turks have Troops are to begin their March towards the re no defiga engage themielves fpeftive Camps appointed for The FrencV in a War with any other Army is Haguenau and Chriftian they have already and a flying Party will encamp in the Neigbbbur disbanded the greateft part of their and will hood of The Enemy have detached great fpeedily reform the he Differences between Bodies to reinfotce the Army in Flanders 5 they ex and this Republick are aid to have been adpeft to be joined by feveral Battalions from jufted by Monfieur and the Venetian Amand the francoComtek but we are when bafladorat and we hear that the Pope will their whole Army is formed it will not exceed 30006 mediate between France and this in wiat Letters from Swifferland that the Inha lates to Cardinal bitants of the County had again taken May Advices from ofthe 25th Armsagainft the Abbot of and had poffef df laft Month that the Pope continued in his fed themfislves of Caftles of Refolution t6remove ioCaftcJGandolfoon the ipth bach and which would probably occafioa Inftant his Phificians being of Opinioa that the a Convention of the whole Helvetick Change of Air is neceflary to Paris May Ndtwithftanding the Advices after his recovery from his late The they have thought fit to publlffi here of late in re Affair of Commachio is ftili under and tetion to the great Preparations our meets with very great TheCongregaLetters tell that the Marquis Ae Vtl tioa confer with theImperialifts onthis L gFoaid their Prerenfions on divers Ancient of the by which that Fife was given to tfae tfeey produced fequaint King PMip that he may not yeral Wt the ImpirflrCommiuioHers alout for his Army till the fame is in a condition tp that they are not fatisfied that thofe are wherein that General has fliewd more Prudence than the Count did when he advisd that to take an unoeceirary Journey to That Prince has thereupon thought to gut off his departure for fome and in the mean time ordered his Troops to be cantond along the Sfgraand that they may be drawn together whenever he Hiall think Accord ing the fame Advices the Allies in are in motion5 and takefuch Precautions for fecu ring their that the Hbpes they had con ceived hereof theProgrefsofthe Spaniards begin to vaniih into The Subject of theDifgrace of by General rather the Duke Medina Cell is not yet made frofB tell that the Bridge pf Boats and perhaps the Court of Madrid does not think fit provided there Vas and that like Bridges to difcover the true caufe thereof in the prefent Comorra and Gran would foon be ready 5 in efpecially if there be any truth in a 0rder to the Armys paiSing the ParittBein three Boreport we that there was a to feize the The Duke of has purchasd of the Perfon of King which theSpaniflj Amtaflador Eniperor the Dutchies of Mjrandola and reprefents as aitogether ibrJ tbpooo Hftoles Part which is aflignd to Gteneral Count J Prince of Emgecor which has been and Rernounting the TCropps in laid the King vtSinfden a frbin tender to the againft his Know Is retird out of into the Service of fttl f whereitpon they have Refol ved to take a new Traiiflgttion from the Tbe Court of Madrid having formerly Prohibited afl Spaniards by an from applying to the orcontinuing in after a limited which is now and no account being yet brought that this Aft is or the Diiferences between the Courts of tyme and Madrid the Spaniards in and in PerpleiEtty to arft on this Vtennay May We are in Expectation ta hear Hyof fheopemng of theCampaigft in May TheEIeftor is at Veyfaufen in whp is going1 for the Territory of where his Highnefs entertains has advanced to the himlelfwith the Diverfions of KtorfeRacing and His Eleftoral Highflefs is expefted at the latter end oi this Week where he rfefigns to The E Prince is gone this Morning to review a Battalion of and to fejthem i perform thekExercife in the Neiglf bourhood of this Mxjnfieur Envoy from the Adminiftrator of to the King and tftat if it be ifffffted defigns to fst out this Evening for from fatisfeftibn whence he will continue his Jporaey to May AbpAitppoCuiraiEersand Dra fas to goons are in tjiis Country from the Ketke Recruits and 1000 Ifeft of fe left they fhould be by Drench detachment of this towards the Frontiers of PomerattUzsA who Trpops tothd a French of 40 Polantt Prince He catiiittg tft feet into p atid A
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