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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1810, Dublin, Dublin fl r r UBLIN From Taefday i to Saturday Yefterday arrived a Packet from Great which brought the following the MufcwiteCamp lefore May SOME Days ago our General Summoned anew Stroontberg Governor of to and remonft rated to him that he could never anfwer his obliging the Be fiegers to ruin fo fine a Town and make ic a heap of by his holding out too obftinate ly Stroomberg that the Buildings of the Town were no part of his he being on ly Governor of the Walls and which he would defend to the laft unlefs he re ceived exprefs Order to the contrary from his King or from the Council of State at An Englifli Man of War called the Chatham fent lately into this Port a French Bark laden with On Tuefday laft General gtn arrived here from being fent by Mar ftal Thaun to concert with Sir Jobn and the moft convenient Meafures for the Embarkation of the Troops that are on their March to Two Veteran Regiments are gone from towards that and are ex pett ed there on the 6th of It is hoped the whole which con fifts of Six Thou fand will be embarked tefjre the middle of that Some Advices from Milan inti that a Marriage is treating between Prince Anthony of Parma and one of the ArchDutchelTes with whom the Emperor is ta give in Dowry the Dutcby of on condition the Prince of him with 760000 Letters from Naples that the Regency of chat Kingdom had refoJved to 10 of all the Revenues of that that had at any time been heretofore alienated from the to make good the Deficiencies of the Military Funds and had alfo obliged the Merchants to pay Monthly Contributions towards the Expences of a which they out to fecure the Trade from the Privateers of Sicily and The Duke of Savoy will return hither to Morrow from his Seat of U Venerie and tisfaid his Royal Highnefshasdeclard he will make the Campaign this4Summer GeneralCount Taun is daily expeaed here from The Impenal and other Troops which are coming to joyn ad vance by hard fo that tisreckoned that Army will beformd by the and if we may judge by the great Preparations thac are tis refotvd to aft OfFenfively againft but it does not yet appear wherher the Defign be to or into A Batta lion is fehtfrdm hence to reinforce our Troops in the Valley of and enable them to obfervetfnd triage head againft a Body of 12000 of the French who are drawn together near Fore May We have at laft received cer tain the King by the arrival of one Captain who went Yefterday through this Place tot Sweden That Captain that he fet freni Rentier thfr 14th of this but has broftgfir no1 Letters for theSwedifh Minifter nor for Body except one for the Queen for the Regency of Swtthfftm and the other for Stanijlitfs whtcft Letters tfteKiflg ot tteftrered with his own that tfce Cham of feveral Turkifh fcafhas were at and had frequent Conferences with the King of Sweden and the Palatine of who had joyned his Majefty with 2000 Men That the Turkiih Officers are very much inclined to and thar it was not thought impoflible to engage the Port to break with Mufcovyy notwithstanding their late Treaty with the Czar That the Grand Vifier was lookd upon as the chief Obftacle to and therefore the King of Sweden had not yet accepted his Prefents That it was dif courfed amongft the that that Prince would not fet out from thence till that General Scbtotrin would be here in lefs than 3 Weeks who would be able to give a better Account of thefe and doubtlefs bring the final Reib lutions of his Swedifli Majefty about his and fome other On Sunday laft arrived here the Earl of the Prince of and other great Officers from the Army as did the next Day Prince who dined with the Earl of Al Yefterday i coo Waggons laden with Am munition were fent frcm hence to A Party of 80 of the Independant Regiiffent of Colo nel being detached hence towards to raife Contributions by Military mec in their Return 90 French of whom they took who are brought Letters from the Camp Before Dway that our Men have fi nifhed two Lodgments on the Glacis of the Coun notwithftanding the vigorous Defence of the fo that the Saps are carryed on with good Succefs to the Palifados and on the Left tack Lodgments are made on both fides the Counter which lies before the A Battery is made to drive the French out of their Defences and we they ha ve already abandoned one of they might have defended near 2 Tis faid the Befiegers have fpent more Ammunition thefe 12 days than was confumed during the whole Siege of this Town and our The Difpute between one of the Canons of our Cathe dral and the Jefuics is carryed en with much Heat and Animofuy the former charges that pernicious Society with the following abominable Tenets ex trafled out of their own That Body may kill a Perfon in defence ot his Goods and Repu That a to fave his own may takeaway that of an Innocent That moreUfery may be taken from a Poor Man than a becaufe the Lender runs the hazard oflofing his That tis rio Sin for a Servant that is but allowd mean Wages to rob his That a Perfon may with a fafe Conference eat mere than Nature and be drunl jpon fome Oci That tis no Mortal Sin for a Man to defile his Marriage or debauch a Young Wo man againft the Confent of her Deputies are feat hence to to treat with the French a bone the Contributions demanded of this Country by Mar ftal that the Dutchy of Brabant and the Marquifate of Antwerp niay be longer infefted by the Enemys 1 ue Siege of goes on with not without lofs of Men by the Enemys frequent and their Defer ters that the Soldiers in the Town being ex treamly at the Officers themielves are Obliged in the Daytime to fire both with Can non and Muskets upon our and other Both Armies continue in their former Si tuation but we hear that Marfhal VtBjrs has feric for his heavy and a great of Pio To that ia all appearance he to in trench
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