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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1810, Dublin, Dublin S The DUBLIN From Tuefdaj July 1 1 to Saturday July 1 5 171 Since our laft arrived One Packet from GrettBri uin which brought 2 and 2 with the following fane he could riot attack the Enemy in their advanta giotis and that one of his Officers was killed by a within 2 Paces of tfcat as is given was partly the occafion of his Retreat others impute it to his diftrufting the Fidelity and Courage of his Tis feared this Eareagaitt alarmed with News from may be of dangerous and the of the Plagues being berather fcecaufe King Cfarles is arrked in the gun at Comorz9 and other Confederate and gives great Encouragement Places withhi 7 Leagues of to Deferters that come over to PhyficJans are feint from hence to jLfflty and the Duke of examine into which tis fuppofed Marlborough defign to decamp in 3 or 4 and proceeds from the unwholfome Food of the Inhabito asvtis towards of jirrxs y rants the Country being reduced by the War to for which a fufficient number of Pontons is got the molt extream The Deputy of tire fo that we hall Toon fee whether the Enemy who was iraprifotLed ttiil endeavour todifturbxur March or venture a rdeafed but hath chofen rather to enter into the The Scots Regiments of Douglas and Camp of his imperial than return to bet are marched from hence with aH diligence to joyri Prince The laft Advices from Bender the if Malborougtfs A largeQuami that the King of Sweden was concerting ty of Corn is fent to where Ovens are made together with the Cham of Critn and the to bake Bread for the rfiatin of are lately arrived there to from the CM at July AgreatCoit taife troops in rder to enter into and voy of Bread and other Provifions came yefterday that his Swedifn Majefty had dilpatqhed a to theCampfrom being joined on the march Colonel to the to complain ol the by the feveral Detachments that were pofted GrandVifier and to defire a Loan of Mony of the the Road for the Security of our Communication Weare alfo informed jftbm during the All the other detached Troops that this liad found m eans without adteing likewifeome into the and the Entrench him fell to the Mamen tv the 2 Armies marched this tes Letters to the who appeared much and that commanded by the Duke of Marlba augb is Mprized at the Contents but immediately jfentfor encamped with the Left and the the and ordered him to acquaint the Right at that of the Prince of Savoy extends tJiat thouah his Coffers were at preient yet frdrn the Left at to the of the Plain KE woulddrder fbrfie Mdny tb Be delivered hifn fot between the Sczrpe and the River of By our Drivate Odcafions of his Swedifh v rwhieh willbe toMommsj7flieCon lull We have Advice frtfm Ponrevatiauance of the Rain we have bad for feme ait tWt thf Swediiii Forces there increafe paftdo not prevent fiiall fee what Motions abd that CJotiht their Comniander in the Enemy on which our future Operations chiefly ileso Kifikof in order toMiarcb into Letters from tlveCamp at Vt Tohndot Saxorii upon whrch King has fry bring that theCone fent Orders to liut all the ftrong Towns of this derate Army broke op on the roth m the Morning into aCondition of and theMilifromVmfc in order van ce Jrras and f irrVtr tft with and all other Precautions to another I nvafion bV the On Welnefay Kight l4 thfe having with tem 6oannon Barrets of Powder and Ba Thev have made Detachments to dm lb that their Army cqnjifts of 6d and H the mean time thetSaritov iora long Defence in Yefterdaf of the Duke of Eerris ferriage Pririceftof Or ten the Rfcval Chajpelat Ver at andiheKiflg itceivedhim with sreac Marks of have from brun ia Vautiintj that the neaf px acmed Boors ae0rdemi to Jojn tle cute the whicb the Duke of Savoy muft pafs that aTis toei Boors thf ic Pofts bet ter than tfe did the have received the News that the 0efign formed bv theDuke agtinfa Sardinia is Lefc that Night with at Source oftheRiver apd the in which Situation the was o reafori of the The Enemy having perceived this March of the made a Movement beinnd and extended their Lett to that and theirRight to The Rams having con tinued with Violence all this odieved our Army could iurther CM 4 Villar Bruhn July On we were obliged to halt at the coming upof oar Baggage and the Bread Wag had beeh retarded in their March by the Badnefs of the by the which havexontmued fejeraWays but they were fb welHecured by RearGuard of 30 mac the fho they had made feveral Bridges evef the Swp did notthinkr fit to attempt any thing ei ther upon them or our March the next Our Camp is extended from the upon the Source the lave 60 the Left upon tfe River of where ortr Situation ifuch that our Parties are at Liberty to make Incur lions Enemy from t he The Marftal de being joined by the Detaehments commanded by the Chevalier miCcarried and that fdme f his Troops which and having n ed there weieWcut ofi Letterstrom Madrid theGarifons of Valenciennes thsc Kins tikifip express much becauPi has made a Movement wnh his and O
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