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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1810, Dublin, Dublin S is 549 The DUBLIN Gazette From Satarda July tp Taejdaj July tin ce bur laft arrived One Packet from is that the Recruits which arrived there tain Which brought One Qflend from 2ift were marched to joyn the Army of and that oa the 26th paft July they met Sir tfobn Norris with the Tranfports and Land Forces that were lately imbarked at Vadoy a Hfc Dukeof Savoy is much better fince bout 20 Miles from the Coaft of They our but his Phyficians have dereport that his Catholick Majeftys Army was again fired him to for Days to marched from Balaguer over the and advanced difpatch the Publick Affairs for fear towards m the Fever fbould return tipon The Imperial Army is now Theyoung Princes are likewife but on the other fide of the between Heyligen the Prince Thomas of Brother to the Prince ftein and TheFrench continue of Cxrifnttz is fallen fick of the Our Parties have frequent Skir cerial Infantry is to march tomorrow from Mohtainiflies with and one of them has defeated 5 to Scatfnfiz where they are to be joyndbythe Squadrons of killed a a Infantryof his Royal and the Prufcaa 2 3 Lieutenants and a Troops whch will arrive the 8th at befides feveral private and trought to the and Thofe Troops are to begin their Camp 40 Prifonersand befides thePlate March ttfe toth inftant far Demon wheretfeey will of one of their A Detachment of the arrive the but the Count deTzun Garifon of has alfo had a very fuccefsfui and EnvoyExtraordinary of GreatRencounter with the and taken feverai Pri wifl fet out from hence the pth or but we have not yet the particulars there intending to be SLtJDemont 2 Days before the arrival of the to give the necfcffary Directions for July Yefterday Morning the Marquis their furtter The Bricifh Minifter is to de Torcy attended only by 3 or 4 went a accompany the Count de Taan in the by exway from Verjaities in one of the Kings Order of the Queen his The Count astis for the Army in Artois to confer fo Roqueisto command the Treops of the Dnke with the Marfhal and impart to him the of Saioy under the Imperial and Gelaft Orders of his in relation to the Cam fleral Rbebindtr is to feneratejArmy but this wants Yefterday the 2nd The Cavalry of his King received an Exprefs from the de Ber Royal is frdm Pancalier ta with an Account or the Motions of the Allies vnitrs for die convehiency of Foragel The French on the Frontiers of but the Particulars liave made fome inotidns on their Frontiers fince are not made They tell us that our former and according to the laft Advices have notwithftandiflg they feem to have a Defign againft 10 Barralions at Battalions in the the Duke of thinking that this ley of and 10 in the Valley of is only a Feint to conceal another has They Intrench the Pafs called the Col of Paul Countermanded the march of fome Battalions de which our Troops muft pafs if they dcfign to march figned for that till further Our from Demont towards They nave alfo laft Advices from Lerida that King Philip was pofted fome Troops in between to decamp the inftant from Ivras and march ro Mount Gehevre and of Their The Governor of informed Generals feem very not knowing whicii way of a Mutiny in with fome Forces the Allies intend to attack their in liopes to furprize that but was difappoint July Great Preparations are ed in his Defign the Mutiny having been making for the intended pacifyd by the Prudence of the Moft of the Commanding Officers arc already arElector of is to ftay at Cowpiegne tin he fee rived here and the Tranfports are failed to the the Iffoes of the Negotiations in The to bring over 4000 Mufcovite King hasallowed thofe ofPiccardy md ihe which tie hath promifed to maintain in our to pay Contributions to the There has been Itis alfo that hhOarifh Majenew Tumults in the Cevennesi but our fTroops htve fty will advance with part of his Army into difperfed thofe that rofe Two great Ladies are to favour after the Surrender of removed from at the defire of the Dut Admiral Guldenlieu continues with his Squadron on the Coaft artd hath feint From the Camp at July On that 10 SwediJrti Men of War were Failed Tburfdaj the iith Inftant a great Convoy of Bread from and it was believed they woufld be for the Armyfet oat frdm under a Guard of fieedily followed by the reft of the We Foot and 900 The Enemy having Ad Hare receded that the Swedes have ta vice offheir 40 Squadrons ot ken 2 Danifh MefchantBiien boirad for with if to intercept that in Company with the Dutch Fleet and that a Upon this Intelligence LieiitenantGeneral Ccdogan Sunkirk Privateer hath taken 2 of our Corn Ships was ordered with the Pickets of our Cavalry to bound for Ihftrufiions are tent to the ftrerigthen the Guard that Convoyd the Danift Minifter at reclaim rhefe who took fuch that the Enemy did not make Complaints of the but that Court attempt to give theth any and the next hath ferineriy refafed to Satisfaftion on the Morning the whole Came fafe into the The fame Evening a Party of 50 ofburHufiars cameup fyiily ite Adtlces with 100 of the Enemys who had been to thatWtf Cdnifcdetate TVpbps in inbrion obferve odr and were returning back to to open the their As theic Road led them through wherzfof dawolt nrarching towards a confiderabler the Huffars bad tfee By a Ship arrived the an Opportunity of attacking them Co advantagioufly Infent days from there that they kjlld near one half before they could get
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