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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1810, Dublin, Dublin R r r rrn DUBLIN From Sttttrfoy to On the iSthlaftaat Arrived a Packet from write unjo the faid Cantons the Stibj which brought ws agreed in the Dyer of Jnau to fend a tion to to give a true Account to tfceDyet June of the of the Differences bet ween the Jocfc enburghers and the Atbpt of and defire According to our Advices from King Sfcat Aflembly not to meddle in an wherein Philip continued encamped between Algwra the Emperor and the Empire are in no manner and lft I1 8ch fince the Trpaty They agreed raft when he made a encamping his Right alfo to fend a Deputation to the to take care near JLtfida and his Left tp having the Ri f their Intereft in the next Treaty of ver in That Prince thought to The Court being afraid that make motion becaufe the Confederate Army con Allies defign to an Invafion into have fiftina of 16000 Foot and 4000 with a thought fit to reinforce their Troops on that fide fine Train of advanced the to the and on the 2d the Duke of NoaiUes detach BanH of the encamping their Right tp ed 8 Battalions and 6 Squadrons from his with rutr an their Lett near Terms where they were Orders to match for Provence with all poffible Ml when tiysUtters came away the Armies be That General is fo much Wealed by that Detach insL parted only by the They write that the that he is not jn a condition to execute his King expels the Troops lately arrived from and Invade The King being ders and I thofe froin the Kingdom of that the Enemies fend frequenc Parties that he has a great Enterprize in vieWa which he to where theycqinmit great Qr will execute as fooa as he has received thofe Rein dere are fent to affemble the Militia of that Coun The Spaniards have relieved the Jaftle try to defend that According to our jaft of Arens but the Oarifon in the Town Advices trom MarOigl Vifors continues near the The JluJse that having not tound it poffible to attack We expeftno ge Allies in their He is deftrpying in EflratitduraT V Forrage m the Province of by a Or Yefterday King 4cr from the Enemies fflay flot find of bis chief arrived wherewith to Subfift in that The King from whence he fet out on the Jo well fatisfy d with s BefenceoC of rfie iaft The City of ha that laid his Majcfiy defigns to make tint in the late Revelution ia Poland more particuhim a Knight of hjs and a Marihal of Uriv adhered to the Interefts Kiug it The King intends to ftay at fowitinhlcau till the 6th was recofflmerKM to the Coafideration of the laft of they fit up the Palace of Luxebur General Diet ia ia what Method to proceed for the Duke ot who is tp be Married to Ma that City for their Declaration againft his damoifelle de Orleans as icon as the Difpenfatiqns Maiefty and the The Regency of Dam come from We have wdrWt a Dewitation to ro accommodate Fleet laden with Corn was arrived at thofe Different and to advance a Ram the June Our Bat deable Sum of Money and ajfe to raife and main tenes Jjeing in a we begun this Morning Win a certain pumber of to sttone for their fire at both Attacks n former Behaviour but the Jimg der to make a fothat the Place cannpt hold infifting w their Prqpofal out many days more sad tis generally k was tfr an Army that the Qarifon will beat a Ntore this day fhouldbe fent againft the to reduce themto unlefs they defign to venture a a Compliance For this Eod Sgxon aad The French Army Camp men tion are on their Marca towards tois ed mpur has Place in order to advance before if fuch Petadunents towar4s Setbune and ca Severities are not prevented by a fpeedy Accofflmo The fet outwo days ago from It is laid Ms Majefty hath given Orders for Army w older to repair with all joffibte caftipg u Lines on the Frontiers to tpwatchtheMotiOBSoftheDuke vent alv Iwtotion from his Army Cardinal arrived this ouc The City of been cfyfigent in The Siege of goes OQ fpr Jeir and toe aintl good To that they hope ta be nue their themlelves his fecond m two and I atterwards m two days doubt not to make in the t WUI for the GeBeral at Suke of has lent a Trumpeter to tfce pan4 agreed to Goverjtwj of Zw to Demand the Perfon dial Gr Sick Wounded at to ttoe Jatfly but the Governor utterly refoN to V about of di is written a gre3t deal of Money am9ng hkh Dignify of tfee Pjiuce io whom t6 nuttSofe the not admit that any Foreign Qi ftouldintermeddie in their Domeftick Affairs j And thartbey wj tejn rtu is Alornins fe been prevatra upon to or ite
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