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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 23, 1810, Dublin, Dublin UBJLIN bp May to Majr On the arrived a Packet from Great which brought One Holland and Three OftmA Ount here pn Tburfday to take upon him the command of the 2000 Imperialifts demanded by his Roy al which are advanced as far as St Balatne9 Monjattare and iornfar defcend from the Country of the into and the reft of the Imperial Troops which are to ferve iriPzV will foon be upon their march the Imperial Artillery is all ready at Abundance of Snow has ialn thefe three days on the fo that our Forces cannot enter upon Aft ion fo foon as was May The Emperor having conftitu ted Prince Eugene Generaliflitno of the Roman Em a Patent has been tranfmitted to his High who is to remain in the till his Prefence hall be abfolutely necefiary on the Upper in which he is to go thither with a De tachment of the Imperialifts that aft in Yefterday an Exprefs came hither frdm with that Prince defigned to con ftrain the Polifti and SwedifhForces under the Way vode to affift the Malcontents till the end f this the Poles proceed forthwftn on their return without giving him notice of and the Swedes have lifted themfelves in our Such of their as were taken Prisoners in Hungary laft are fet at TheSwe difh Refident at thisCpurt receivesTIO Letters from Sender or Constantinople j fo that tis conjeanrd his SwedHh Majefty is on Tis faicl that his Imperial upon the requeft of the Queen of Great Britain and the has gran ted to Ore Proteftants of Silefta the quiet poflenipn of the Churches they obtained by the Treaty of Alt j May On the fth Inftant the Kitig removed with his Court to about two Miles diftant from this The fame Evening a Committee of the late great Council wt at the Pri mates Apartment in the Capucbin Cloyfters the SUbjeft whereon they was to ex plain the Limitatibhs of a Privilege granted tp Ae Gky of in thePalatinate ol fpr an Exemption from al Taxesfor the fpaee of 2b AfterIbme Debates on tliie 6f this it was that refpeft tfrthe Moriafter ies of that The mitteefetlifet every Dafthe laft in reviting the TeveraiAfts and aflentedtb at thelajt SelRonsj they went in a Body toaitt on the His Majefty wasMafed to his 4 of the Method asd in which Jhefe finally he is again met the Cotto partieiilarFerfens are the oiiif Matters tfiat are to bedebated at tnis freffi A8viees of ffe ot Departure from satid on dch an Account of the Poftiire of on to gain Meafures which his Swedifli his Majefty is jemed the Poles Aft Cbminan3 of the Pafetin v May 1 1 On Tkarfday laft a eceat ma ny Horfcs arrived from to remount feveral which are rStiet in a Condition to take the Field About are conftantly employ Jd in caftingup intrefichments and other Works on the River Var it that the Duke ot Stvoy tb make another Excurfioninto Provence y upon the Troops that from to our are and ordered to pepoflerf on the other fide of the Vari About Battalion being detached from thefe Parts to whole Army wiH hardly cbnfift of 42 Battalions and 30 To that the Country Pebpfehavc al ready removed their beft Effefts into places o Tbe Price of Corjn and ot is fain confiderably j both here and in aiJ dcher p May 23 An from Coirn t to in brings that theDtike vade France with 4ooooMen by the Fifft uon which all our Officers w ordered Ito in thoTe Letters from Spain Duke ofjlnjou arrived at the ijjth IhftaBt and was making preparations to JBgtiuruerl The CommiiSoners were ftifl bufy ia the Duke de MedinaCelfs of going fa is I0ftf6 to command the Army in Conjuqciion wkh Marfhal Yeftertlay a private Cqinfereiiee was held at upon brought Etprefs from The Princes of the Blood affifted therein j and pur afterwards a Conference with the puke thereupon ferit a Courier to Marftal has fent an with an accbtint he could not afiemble our tifl and thlt the iederate Camp is fb wefl with tines and that theres little pjppbibility though the Governor te ieirit by that he hopes to nbfdt out till fhje jtb of the neit Yefterday the Georges and ror Kfay The Allies on having fiHed the Ditch of Dmay9 it without any coniideraMe not withftanding the Enemysgreat afid erecting threX Batteries wrllbef eady to day to Tipoh tfie Enemys which our iQanrnpn cootd federa fia ve the reiiiain ing Forage from hence atidftom thougjit will be enough to fubUft theni be The Talatme helre Courier ifroai palfed through m his wary to Ger and jri the AT tejrnoen ano ye number o henice Horfes r reniourrtini p in Quarter rcat that ori the die Rigg ftrr tie xiufet Difcn Bot fame torwaTrtnefsiif tte Left
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