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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1810, Dublin, Dublin The D u 6 L i N From Saturday May 27 to Tuejday May T Afcy his incamping Left of the Prince of and taking his Quarters at Efauer IHREE thoufand of the Troops of this This Motion brought very near to the 1 defigned tor are haft Field of Battle mentioned in our to which ning to to embark All we are now adding feveral and have the Regiments of Horfe that are in the drawn Cannon from Lines of Circumvallatiort Service and Pay of this to place on our The Left of his Graces are kept in readinefs to march the 1 5th towards Tu Army confifting for themoft partoi the Troops of in order to aft this Summer in conjunction with the States under Count remained on the other the Dnke of Savofs which is to confift of fide of the between Defy and Our 40CXDO including the Auxiliary Let Parties fent abroad for ad vice tcrs from Barcelona of the 22d paft that 20 Bri that the Enemies are pafling the A Party tiffi and Dutch Men oT War have landed there a of 70 Huffars attack d the 27th a Party bundance of Corn and other NecefTa of 50 Horfe of the killed 6 of them and ries and that King Charles has formed a feperate took the reft with the Captain who corn Army of 12000 Men near from whence they manded 5 and a Captain of Foot ate to proceed to left the French who was with The Siege goes on very welj fhould enter on that They and laft Night we lodged our felves at the Right write from that the Irilh and French Troops Attack on the Saliant Angle of the 2d Counterfcarp which were at are fent from thence to without any We have advanced our Saps and that the Marquis de Viceroy the Left to the of that who is entirely devoted to the From the Camp at May at Night Jntereft of King will be obliged to withdraw The Enemies paffed the Scorpe yefterday in the Af all the Soldiers quartered at ta prevent far and incamped their Right at Xoquelincourt ther Difputes with the who win notfuffer and their Left at having the a Garrifon in that Hills before them whereupon the Dutch Infantry May His Royal Highnefs kigone again left between Vitry and Arleux was ordered this Mor to his Country Seat at La and defigns to ning to joyn and all our Detachments were re ftay there till all things are difpofed for opening the Orders were likewife fent to the Palatines About 2000 Imperialifts have already who arrive4 yefterday to join us with Joy ned our upon that the French Deferters from the French Army report undertake fome Expedition before our Army that the Marfhal of Pillars has harangued the feveral can be We have certain that 16 Brigades of his and that things French Battalions and fome Regiments of Horfe a re were come that they either die inarched from Daupbine and Savoy by different Routs on the fpot or beat their and for their to and their place is to be fupplyed by ogreater has ordered the Almoners ther Troops from tranche Cotnptc and Her or Chaplajns of the Army to give a general Abfo Majefty of GreatBriuins Envoy being inforlution to the This Morning at 8 of the jned that General Stanhope wasexpefted laft SaturClock the French Army decamped from Rpquelin went from hence 3 days to confer court Mount and marched in Order with him before he imbarks for of between Frefne and One of their Admiral Norris is likewife expected at Genoa to Columns advanced to Bertricourt with all their Ge convoy the reft of the Imperial and other Recruits neralsto view the Situation of our Cainpand this made defigned for us that they deiigned to attack May The King of Poland having re all the Generals repaired to their refpeftire Pofts the fufed the Sum offered unto him by our Magiftrates Cannon was placed on the Batteries which the in lieu of his and that Prince threatning Avenues to our and other Difpofitions were them with his higheft Refentment if they do not com made to receive but the Enemy having continu ply with his the Council has been affem edat Bertricourt for fometime in fight of our Army bled feveral times fince the return of their Syndick their Column and the Generals marched back and from but we do not hear that they are joy ned the Center of their Army between Lens and come to any becaufe this City has fuf We hall know to morrow whether they de Jered fo very much by the and the Inter fign to attack or march by Bethune towards War ruption of their Commerce occafiond that neton and to cut the Communication be they are not in a condition to raife the great Sums tween our Army and the laft Our Troops demanded by his Polifh Mean time they are to their Arms all this and the take feveral Precautions for their and bare Generals are to continue in their rcfpeftive again written to their todefire them to inter May An Exprefs that left the Army pofe their good Offices in their at 2 a Clock this is arrived with that yefterday in the Evening the Enemys My Army pafTed the and were ad This Afternoon arrived a Packet from Great vancing into the Plain of with a defign as which brought I and i Ofteni they to attempt the Relief of that Upon this Intelligence our Army was From the Camp before Dp May alfo put ia in order to take the Camp that E Enemies continued the 27th in their Camp is marked out between Vitry and ffenin The X mentioned in our their Right at olfy Imperial Minifters have publilhed Advices from Ge and their Left within a League of they which that the Duke of marchd yefterday by Arras and Mount Celt wasrefcued out of Prifon by an armed Force Ely9 whereupon the Confederates made a moBut which this day arrived from The JPrince of Savoy extended the Right of dated the I2th make no mention of his be Army to ffenin and the Duke ot Marling any way teieafed from his Confinemenr birc rejaffed the Scarpe with the Right Wing of j thatitethe Duke of from Ma
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