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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1810, Dublin, Dublin R r r 537 UBLIN From Saturday Siice our laft arrived a Packet from Great which brought One ofteni and One Hottzni May Stareniberg is affembling 20000 Men near and Hopes to be in a condition to advance in a few days towards to cover that place as gamil tlie wlib Teem to have a defign to befiege Afl the Troops that are in this City marched out on to reinforce the except a Palatine Battalion which is to continue In Gartfon in tins and an Engiifli Regiment which remains in Fort They work with all poffifcle application on the new For tifications of GirottnettA and the Troops poifr along the Ter for the Security of the Pafles have been reinforced with a confiderable xiumber of the and all other Precautions ufed to dif appointthe Defigns ofthe Duke of who is jn Motion on fhe fide of Their Catholick Majefties in very good and are now at the Seat of the de ViHenay within iaHa Mile of this The BritiOi PotcliFleet WK der the Command of ViceAdjiMial Wrris and Rear Admiral arrived tTiei9th at conJifts of4 Brittilb Menof and 11 2 6 and fe vefiil Thofe two Adnurals the 22d to this and thea returned on Boacd their Fleet at where tis will continue about a Fortnight longer the Troops which are ifftbafkat being not yet arrived May Letters ftoin of ttetfie 3bthof March fhafc the Grand Sig nferis tatirely difposM to maintain tjie Peace j that 7 Turkifli Mea of year were faild tp the White Sea andihal toinori VejffeV were in ordep to beoferd to the King of Svedinff If Jiis would refblve to return home ljr Signor the Popes Am a Pafport of the gotol the without any only out of olriofity to feethofe Couarriesf but we doubt his Soccets At f ofitive are fent to die Imperial Regiment at to 4 oegin marcli to the pus day to JBnemy and the Army is to cpatinae ilmui till they are informed ot the Sutce6 of that The Commiflaries appointed by Kicg Pfalip to examine the Papers ol the puke as wse are told from Madridt time he was aftualty ingagedk a jCorrefpehdeace witii the and tis that Court hgs tfaeught fit that he ftioiikl be removed ffom the Caftlc into that his PartUans may noitjfet him Liberty by and occafion foiue Commotions on his Confederate Camp at ani Vi June The the DuVe ot Marlbtrwgb and Prince Etgene tacEarl of ac his Grace having firft rode as far as great Guard of our whence one may a very exaft View and They are ftiU ia their former PoAsi their Right be ing at and extending themfeLves along cite Heights to Mont where and at Tkelu their Generals are their Baggage was brought back to their Camp from Tbe 8tb in the the Dutch Regi men t of that were ed the firA to fome Advices that have Defipaononeofthofe rA of Swif fers is likewife marchjd to take Pof leSibri again oar pa the IVieiaBiedayi 20 Squadrons caracand pofted againft the making a Shew of Foraging but the French jQcfleriisliad thai it we Ifalt went out againft thear they were near Camp they chofe SquadronSj aniJd to drawi to a Battle but as we hadother do a WTiile People expeaed to wasaftually Advice Is from that is retired from before that Letters from Mabtt of the 20tb paft ifert that Prince continued before m the with a DeWto Beuegp but to tolucti a by reafon ofthj vio lent Rainsithey had in they found it impofljble to laly Bridges over piacfUverj Advice were advancing with a numerous King fkf Sbreak and back ia 2 Columns towards Ir where he lay that The 2th Spa repaffed the over the tncamfttflg their fUght towards the of and the Left to Ilie 2lft they mardid again and IncampW between from whence Ueutenant and reinforced our great 0iiard with 4co ir j f T A ft tne tgrt and FriHfei went ibr ffbm Jtie having tained tieave tfea have already Confereaoe of asd tije aregone to die Duke of bofQugbs tocooferiikewife with his Our go continuaEy 2 to fare for wjiicfe tis fee be fer J we alktie Rain ia thefe of none having fatten in 5 Weeks Our keffc Wing is to go and forage morrow on the fide of tween the Clolftcr of and Abna dance of Deferters over to us for moft part Horfe the foot being in a caa eafily Letters 6am the Camp J2twwof of Marlbomitgb Qiaiters the and is removed to JKfoyteffe9 more towards the Righc of tie tfce Can rtp were with 4000 itfnl Foot to wiricfcirtsefiegea Uft the Fire from M Arms of the Town w vqy tfw leojf wAitfpofcd they The of the ar def roy tSorae ail andjooo mncfc ftiwi
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