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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1810, Dublin, Dublin The D o B L i From SaturdA July to Auguft O ince our laft arrived One from which brought One and Two Holland THE Swzdiflf Governor of this Place having on the 12th Inftant fent out fome Perfons to treat for its bffrrender to the they were very civilly entertaind by General the Capitulation was agreed and figndthe i and the fame Day the Mufcovites took Poffeffion of the principal Pofts of the To Day the Swedifli Ga which from 12000 was reducd to 1890 during the march d out with 6 Pieces of Cannon and other ufual Marks of to be conduced firft to eveI9 and afterwards to be tranfported to The Ar ticles of the Capitulation are numerous fot befides the governor and the the Nobles and the Town iprbcurd Terms for themfelves the Mufcovites 1 reating them all with great Want of Provi ons baftend the Surrender of the The great iombs thrown laft by the did great Damage o the July Some Letters from Conftanrinople that the Minifters of that Court who efpoufe the nterefts of the King of procured the Grand ifier to bedeposd the and one of the Family QuperiU to be put into his The King of Sme en has causd his Minifter hereto hathecannot intirely approve the Neutrality between he Northern on the Terms fettled by the chief otentates in the Alliance his principal is to the admitting Kingl Auguftus of Poland into that The Duke juftdifpatchd n Exprefs to to affure the Duke of Anjouy That he Negotiations of Peace in Holland being entirely broke the French Plenipotentiaries had been and ere expefted at Court every The King has en heard to that he will never affift in forcing the uke of Anjouto quit even tho there hould bean rmyof icoooo Men before His Majefty has likewife That he will continue the War to the ft He builds very much upon a Turn of ffairsinthe North and leaves no Stone unturnd tc eji age the Turks in a War the in favour f the pom the Camp at July The Duke the Prince of Savoy having on Monday ft vifited the and other Works before Be that for carrying on our Approaches with a greater number of Workmen we required than could well be furnifted by the Droops appointed for the Siege whereupon Detach Tent of 2500 Men was ordered fame Evening to thither from the to employed chiefly draining the which may very much faci tate the Snccefs of the The fame Night we a Parallel from the Right of the fecond to make a third near the Foot of the fnich is fo near the Enemys that we fhafl be finifh it by the1 half and will require 2 Days Tne Batteries for ruining the Defences w Wch for they will be ready to fire 2 or3 Days and that they may beduly fupplied with each BattaHon of the Army has furnifhed and eachSquadron to join with 500 already employed in bringing foFwardihe Powder call from General Scbujtletnburg broke on Sunday Nigftt laft on the fide of a Caftje run a Parallel of the iding at the Roaf of andhas finee been employed itt making and j of and artother lf to Upon Advice that the E Morning ia th of W borough went out with the Picket of the Horfe to obfefve i and found they were marching towards Avene le upon which Orders were immediately given forjf the Prince ofHeJfis Corps at Zwrotomt in and join us as likewife for drawing 10 Squadrons and 12 Battag lions from the and calling in our Detachments from other Pofts for the reinforceing our Army bythe Motions which the Enemy make to we fliafl 3 know whether it be their Intention to give us The Deputies for Foreign Afiairs having in purfuance of the Refolotion of the I drawn up an Anfwer to the Letter of the Mini fters of France to the Penfionary the Minifters of the Alliance were aflembled on Sunday the 27th ftant in the Chamber of where the fame communicated to and univerfally approved with out any Printed Copies thereof were yefter day diftributed to all the Publick after which it was in this Letter the French Plenipotentia ries that they had confented to all the fals of the Deputies without any and had no f w way receded from the Overtures they had made in order to obtain a Peace but that the as a final fwer to whatever had been advanced on the part of K had in the laft Conference made new and unjuft and fuch as were impoflible to be executed by the French King j thefe Gentlemen had acquainted it was the Refolution of their and all the abfolutely to rejeft all Offers of Money from ST France for the Support of the War in Spain that they would oblige his moft Chriftian Majefty to compel his Grandfon to renounce his Crown within 2 and evacuate Spain and the Indies without their that unlefs he were driven from the Throne within that they would refume their Arms againft the their he hould have performed all the ther Articles that if the French King would enter to thefe Engagements then they would explain themfelves on the Partition that as a they might per mit their Troops nr Portugal and Catalonia to concur with thofe of France in the Conqtreft of Spain and the Indies during the of 2 after which time thefe Troops ffjould no longer but the Truce Thefe they they reprefented to the Deputies as as well to their former Pro as to the 4th and 5th Articles of the Prelimina ries wh6 tnat finee they had agreed to a ParO they had a right to infift upon more than was contairtd in thofe Anfwer tor this the French Idinffters that they demanded whether a gr Partition hadnotbdieflmenttoned in all their 4J and whether tijroh that Foundation any thing more had 8 S been required of than to unite their to aft in concert with This fay they the Deputies could not but only in the Name of the Allies thalwhether the Partition were accepted or of our King S refticution of and the let him take it by formarfiy an therjrprgcedenc ahdTejecting whatever polfimf for us it 4 appeared to td break After this to and even England and ttf who are the Authors the Cpntinuace of the that in ned their Demands accordingto rfed their ai they ChriftianMajeL ftys Conceffiotts fn Border to obtain xTfiey in that of tuVeJ of the ancf tbaf thofe who the Republick ate it the depehdj bn Coitions that are They ar tnftance tfiaf no defignto a usy difpatcfc of tfeil Anfiver and clofc their r
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