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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1810, Dublin, Dublin R r r LIN From Saturday June to Jane On the 4th Inftant arrived a Packet from Great iti which brought One Hofani y May Hey write from Minjut that 21 Swedifli Veffelsladen with Ammunition and o ther are arrived in the Harbour of 5 and we hear the Siege of that TTown goes on hut and that the Rulfian Horfe are in a bad condition the Letters that the Oarifon of Jtomade a Sally in their and toofe a fmatl Ifland in the killing or taking Prifoners 300 together with their they carrfd into the The Mufcovites haveflot yet takentheSuburbs and but now and then throw Bombs into the Tis not certain yet whether the Mufcovites will pdfli the Siege with or taking Advantage of the Scarcity in the endeavour to reduce it by Fa Weihear from that the Hereditary Prince of Muftovy is arrived after a tediods becanfe he avoided fnch places in Poland as were laft year Infeded with the Plague but we are affured by Letters from the Officers who atten ded his Highnefs to that there was no con tagious Ditteitiper in any of the places thro1 which they and that the inhabitants fpread Faife ports to the on purpofe to be exempted from quarter Soldiers and paying contributi Maj Advices from Bute that by reafon of a violent Sitknefs that raged in that General PfrfferhoWn the Governor had by Precau fent part the Ifland of An over againftthe City th6 fear and appreheniibn was greater than there bebg but few dead 6f the The Duke of Swoy hath very pathetically affured the Imperial that he will this Campaign make War Upon Frjncewith Ms do that Kingdoai althe Danaage that he The of the Malecoritents are in fo a State that accordingtcT all that War cap not Geiiftralf who is wiB ig6 fof tfangary nttt iendiny Artillery and Ammunition to to beufed Hattifrn and as there hall FroMihe Catrtp at Majr lirotfgTit us that 7 Regiments of the French ilorjfe and 2of had and were tifides1 the oftbst y theVeltfMarfhaf Count of Sonoveld tbviewour Camp and and give the ders tortlic J 5of tbe and Secretary to the Of dersx made Coiftmifiid v I m tents of the Difpatches brought by thefe Couriers whereinlt is fuppcfed hisCzarifli Majefty gives tip Court Affurances of both and for the Profecutibn of tbe War againft Sweden and the Czar hath written a Tery obJigirrg Letter to the King on this His DaniQi Majefty feth theOrder of the Elephant to the Prince Menykoft at the Camp before 5ome of the Sailors expefted from Norway are arrived here but the greateft part are not yet tranfported fo that Admiral Raab continues with his without the as well to fecure their as to block upfeveral Swediili Veffels in the Roads of and The Dahiffi Officers who weretaken Priforters at the late Battle in neny and Were here on their are gone back to The Swedifh LientenantGeneral fcbiffld h alfo returned and bath made fbm6 Propofals for his by bfefng exchanged for feveral Danflli Officers of Rank bnt that Affair is not yet The Court is this Day to fet out for where they win during the Summer May The Army of the Empire is expefted on this iidc the and will be pofted above this in Order to prevent the Enemies fending farther Reinforcements to the A conttderaole Convoy with Necefiaries arrived here two days ago from and another Convoy with The French Parties rbund two Regiments are on their March Dither from the Camp near to drive the Enemy from our where they have of late done a great deal of MifcMet to Country We have Advicex that french Soldiers whd were match ing from Lorrdin to Strtisburg are couneermanded on a and prdereiilto haften and we tliat two French RegHhents of Horft which were iri the Bifhbjprick of will be fenc thefame Paris t They give out at Coiirt tfiac Gdnerats havt found Enemy too1 we jntreifchdi before btimZ to atcenijii of ithat a rid fo We a re n dt to ex peft any tha t to our laft ftom fyjitiKiirgPbt the the i4tfi patf with his weflt the rieit dayto a view of Bzlagutr and the cau fed that Place to be and took pojfenldn which will the ReduQiorn cohfifts 6f arfd the Allies are draw ifs not believed they will to 13td the of vvho into the Piatrt of Vtefcis wilt PriaceRoyaV is now fefe of Lail whom thp feat thsed Months fince to the to tKis hath s and keen qaently ia Conference with his JftcySJH jsfijblbe Con Cofrjtat Efquerchlnv Jane agb the Frenctiiapproacheid 16 hear to u tfat they to their fds in the1 Blttlgs tif fiticBjiffij KghieJin and and ftfcij hak5 tbaniiiiafe telling them that tliet ffibtld ma nfanytortljeir Kftg bnfy 2 but ieekiidhaye no to come toan ftfr Jeveral of the Ene Geherals our and 6tir 0eneralsr appeared without 6f thfi Earl of arid wllethier our Officers knew any thing of an approaching to which the
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