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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 18, 1810, Dublin, Dublin S s s UBUN Pram ifebj to Stturdt July Since our laft arrived TwoPackets from ZrftrtSri Yefterday an Esprefs arrived at Court tain which brought Two and Two from the Marfcal of with that the Confederate Army broke Tip the loth inftantfrom the Neighbourhood of and advanced within 2 Miles of and from thence towards the Source of tfce Sctrpe at Army UPON Advice that 6 Privateers of JJfaH made thereupon a motion towards andppft where they ed themfelves in the new Lines about that had taken feverai Barks 4 of our Feluccas to prevent theSiege Tis believed the E faild hence fome days in queft of them They nemy will befiege which is provided with were chafed to an and there being driven in all the Neceffaries for a vigorous to a Bay were They are fince brought hi faid Monfieur de ViSars is orderd to venture a ther and the to the number of ctm Fight with the if they attacjc that Place mitted Other Veffels are alfo gone but this meets little The King has in qtieft ot a French Pink and 4 more Privateers poblifhd a againft the Cardinal of Two new Affemblies are lately eftabliih SouiSonyZTid on the Profecntion before ed here one for advancing the Revenue of the Parliament againft him with the utmoft and the other for improving the Trade of this Kingdom Advices teat the Duke of Turin inly AH our Troops are at Iaft in mo Annas Army was ftill in the of Ge tion asare likewife thofe under General neral had fent 2000 Men and near and thofe commanded by Count pofted Horfe along to fecure the firlt mentioned will reach to and Convoys he expeets by the way of the the reft will encamp at the where They write from that the Enemys Ar Counc Tbaun will join them the Pruffian Troops my was in Motion the roth Inftant and ftitt give being expeaed there by that that would undertake fome Enterprize a Refmeni of Horfe of Vifconi marchd this gainft for which they fay Sir niace for and the Valley where Narris will come upon that with the it is to tarry till tis known whether Fleet under his The Cardinal de U bun will have oceafion for it or A Battalion Tremoglie has been fo affronted at that he de of that Oenerars which was orderd to fires the Kings Orders to leave that By a remain in Garrifon during the whole Courier from the Marfeal have Ad islikewlfe gone to reinforce the Troojfe in the Val that Sethune was invefted 2 days ago by the ley of Cur as welt as the Dutchefs We flatter that that Place wit and young Princes remain ftill but noe make a longDefence by reafonit is very well pro The illnefs of his Royal Highnefs does and cm be atttckd but on one for the not hinder the preparations foropening the Cam Inundation and Moraffes and even on that the paign for he has ordered his General Ground is very Count ta comply in every thing with the 15 Part of our Army is come oa Orders of the VeltMarftai Count He wift this fide the and is d near be fct out for the Army on tfie 8th and then we tween and over againft fliall fee which way he intends to march and opent the Tis fa id a Bridge is to the The Duke of frrmck arrived at be laid over the unlefs the trench the 27th paft and ordered i Train of Ar1 who are pofted near and have tillery of 14 pieces of Cannon to be got in a readi reinforcd with 3000 oppofc that Oar giving out that it the Allies march guarded by feverai Men5 fa he wiil attack ftouid pafs the fyne fon July Letters from of the 5th give thpfe Lines are not m paft that the Ring of feemed relblved not to have that Place till he couB return at the 7 They write Head of an Armv that he was in hopes the Sul That Orders are come thitbej from the French tanwouH noc only permit tbe Tartars to begin as welias to finifli a War with Mufcny of which they are to be all very defirous but alfo that he himfetf would at laft c Kom Camp Viller July The be prevailed upeft m furnifh his Swedim Majefty of Znbune refolvd we told with a arod Body of There are alfo Ad you in 9 Battalions and Squadrons vices from CoMntixople which that the King froin the Af 17 Bat hath already afientbled voooo Mxsfr and that under the Duke and the Marquis Cbfai iet oivt yeftetdayj of detached i the 1 5 th foE that for TheImperial Army is affembfed and the Place was laveftedthe fame the Neighfeourhood Command one of the Paris Betters from Spain thai on Attacks and General Ftgd the the Wpaft General Afofewr obtised the Cattle rals who are to be under the are Meffieurs of fender and 20 Men were there and LieutenantsGenera 1 and of to and 230 Men were there and LieutenantsGenera and in weri They tound 800 Meffieurs and Majors Sacks of Meal m Ths Army of Kiffg no Thofe who are un efcrtts retnrned to of General are Meffi his and waiftill VM LieutenantsGejeraU Mejiieurs ed between Iaft Letters Wtrtmfer Thole Advices that being and the JEarl of and MefeurvO no likelyhiod tf any and the be Stvltr in very hot dcfigned return to rifon confifts of and fome Squadrons d4 aodibnd h Forces into Qaartersj of Re which as many as the Place cn
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