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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1810, Dublin, Dublin ritred Two Jackets from ught i to they feft1 in with t J laft as the Convoy Ships laden with Corn paffed by the Sallies of this Duke of Turfs w ftp ere in our retired immediately un der the Cannon of this for fear of and Dutch 9 of which arrived at to take in frefi Tins Day a Fe lucca arrived froni Mwftillesi the Mailer that he nietthe abovementioned Convoy near lbtlat iiiaU appearance they got fafe tiMer becaufe the 9 and Dutch Shifis are 5illat Wv We have Advice from that the Savoyards have taken2 Important Pofts near Mount Genevrfy in their March towards and that the Imperialifts and the otter Auxiliaries are mo ving towards Proveaftf with a defign to force the intrerichments along the fiuke of Ber wick has hereJiipon recalled meft of the French Troops that were ia the farantefe j and the French Regiments of Horfe that were pofted on tfee Con fines of this are marched on a fuddea to in who Commands the Imperialifb formed the Blockade of a great Number of contents took the opporttinity to pafs the Danube neac and have occafipned general Alarm by ravaging ailthe Villages through which they pafs5 fo that our Frontiers are it pre fent not only furrounded with the Enemys but the Inhabitants in fome Places with a Contagious which of all other Calami ties is the moft dreadful to Ljsbon tydy Since the retired into Quarters of the Enemy have made frequent In cur ions into the Frontier A Detachment of 500 Horfe and and4oO Grenadiers have tafcen the City of Mirtnda dc puero by which being above 60 leagues diftant from was and the Garifon gade Prifcners of War without any Since this SucceiVthey have ravaged the adjoining part of the Province of Trdos A lefs Party made an and carried ptf 700 head of Thisffianner of Ho ffilitv harfh been introducd by the Marquis de ttho hath fomerly a feldeiRattended anyother than for the TraiKjuiltty as well as Safety of the OrtJerslsfefft air a Detachment front Xlentejt fo alhsadjr maTeheJ fO jftfyfifl 4f figned snoia Treary1 for a lately Cdhdcnfedbetreen Ms Majefty aird Che ctorxf Chi Pobfkfe Thinkfgfvfnfg were in aft the el for tfre Strtfender Ramparcs wertt fhtfee fiietfxmt this arrived at ti m n f Jen of Wari whffftridly examined ii in their df 1P Advices from the 90 zfti inftZfit the Imperial Army marched from afrd encamped at tliat General hacTcpmfflanded the Bridge Boats that lay on the to be brought up for the of rhe on between che Imperial Camp and the Lines and had poited a confiderable Foot at of it that tlie Gene ral bath commanded ifte Troops rttat were throwa iRto when the Enemy approached that Ci to rejoin the and was ttaluog tferis to attack Enemys to whfcn they have added Letters froni the 27th InftantTaVv that fdtte ofths Bur gliers efthitTown dilfttisfied that they were omitted in the laft ef Sovereign had entered into a Con ft the Regency but the Ipt being opportunely ii 5 of the jial Offenders Ead feized and feacch was made to apprehend their Letters that Army is nearer jf the on the Frontiers autf havje taken the Caftte Diike xjr Berwick is rein forced with I BaTtaJipps from The Con federate Fleet Landed the Troops fot nave Harbour in Lan JUindeii ioirr tlje wmditfte 0uke of a fend Forces Se veral CpnfJerate Men War are off of he but ar6 h guarded by our Mi fortifycj i The King is ill of the SeveraF ejttra ordtnary tieen Jbelcf firsce the The Allies lowed the hisSwortf and the Garifon o march without but fufferd the Inhabitants without doing them any They carry ofFalftfie Corn and and haverafcen up the Magiftrates for 1 50000 Livres Two Expreffes arrived this Night with further Advices torn wHicfe puts our Court into a great The Duke of is Troops to at g Ring the Av with too Dragoons and Foptj entred tlie Town of Tjfcey ed on Slid 3itef ving feied tfee fummoaed tHe Magiftrateto the Keys rHe but the Alarm ro the affcmbled Aifffa order to Mtacfe which rhey retired widb they fcn fciBed woModedln the Arms and Cannon of tlie jCalte 5hepe tfte i If He maroadedfbme this ftrpng Party y and pretentetf Qt otllf afr
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