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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1810, Dublin, Dublin q 53 The DUBLIN From Saturday May to Tuejday May 2 1 7 1 which brought Two Holland Drefden May Since our laft arrived a Packet from Great being unwilling to take upon him the rifque of veri teringa Fight tor the Relief of the King hasfent fome other Marfhals to affift him with their and fee whether tie Relief of that Place can be undertaken with any probability of THEY write from that the The Court fends Exprefles every day to m t 1 HEY write from that the Muscovites are fo far from evacuating Tis faid twill not be eafie for oar Army to relieve that they have obliged the PruP Our Men are cafting up Intrenchments on fians that were in the Town to Quar the to hinder the Allies from invading pro ter in the The Czar of coyy is expefted at Warfavjy to confer with King May The Siege of Dovoay goes on guftus before he proceeds to f There is Adwith many Enemies Cannon are dif vice from that the Bloody Flux and and yefterday our Men were preparing ted Fever rages occafioned by the prefent to fill the Outer in order to attack the Co fcarcity of and bad We have upon which our Ingineers hopd to raife the like account from where above 9363 feveral Batteries by the in order to make a Perfons have died betwixt Cbrifttxafs and the 5th Breech in the and force the Garifon to Capi of April whereas not above were buried tulate before the end of the Moft of the there all the proceeding French Array continue behind the over May Four hundred Men of the Ga which they have laid Bridges and fend out Parties rifon of this marchd laft Tburfday into the to view our Citadel and fome Regiments of Horfe are expeGbent May The Heffians inarched Yefter fled from the to encamp on the Glacis of day by Tommy to join our is ready our as has been the cuftom to draw up in order of Battle in the Plain of Lens From Strasburg we have that moft of the to receive the if they offer to attack them Troops are affembling between that place but tis thought their only Defign is to hinder our and and the Count du Sourg is drawing fitting down before any other Place after Dtnoay is together another Body 3 Leagues of A ftrong Coriyoy is arrived here for the Se but that Body is to joyri their main curity of Veffeis which carry Provifions to the May Letters from Wolftmbuttel thatnotwithftanding the Duke of that Name Afry OB the and yefterdajr Jhas made a publick Abjuration of the Proteftant Exprefles from the French King went and writ to the and received Lettnro this City for Gertruydenbarg9 Letters from Va he continues to go to the Lutheran lentiennes that receives Couriers Church as and talk pubHckly at Table to his daily from the and was aflembling his Popifh that bis Religion was full of Erwhich he reckons to finifti by the when tis rors and which no Man of Senee faid they will be 112000 the Right to be could This and fome Words he dropt at Commanded by the Left by the fame complaining of the Infidelity of a the Center by the Dnke de and the Re certain Court in not performing the Prom tfes made ferveof 10 or by Marftal unto make People believe that the Church of From the May Notwith Home will have little caufe to boaft of the pretended ftanding we on the iftb at JFour Cbnverfionofthat Galleries at each to pafs over the fcrft Dufeldorfr May A Coiwier arriv4 here and make oar Lodgment on the Glacis of the ffrft from Prince with a Letter defiringour we did not lodge oar felves thereon that his deiigad for the till laft bectiife it was thought fit to eaft up may haften thither Whereupon Order is given fome Works to cover our Meii againft the Fire of for the Regiments of ffatsfeldt and which We made our Lodgment on the Glacis winterd in the Country of to move out of without any and are now carrying on our their Quarters to to be Mufterd here the Approaches by Che Oa the ijtii the Belieged next arid thea to march with the Regiment of made aSaWy upon our Left with about 500 SaxeMejhingenfoi the NetbtrUnds They will be and a Detachment of Dragooosi But jbynd in their march by the Regiment of Sultsbafb Colonel Prtftony wha commanded advancing and ethers which Avintered in the County of witb his aad the Regiment of the Enemies our irrft Fkiog upon thep fuch they tef befjiad partofctek The French PWtane and give ouc tbeyiatend to relieve In ordef andare to by 4 or ofour Ekftors Re gimehts which are coming from the Upper Jate May Letters front Madrid of the That etoue the jd for Army in Arrogon which aflfembles with Money defigiledFoY the Upon the ar fball they have refolved kofaa ExprdHroni fheyfaHfat wftfelLleutenantdeneraj rt of Peaee watt confidently tfeafl they of or 5000 Men to view the And tis the King has lent new Ground and get Intelligence of the tojjb Plenipotentiaries with which tis hoped the Cangonof that Place the Allies wiU be foe de ViUars a boat 20 of the Enemy j and were in
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