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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1810, Dublin, Dublin T t 554 The DUBLIN From Auguf to Sttardtiy Auguft B Since oar laft arrived One Packet from covy has no real the late Treaty for 9 which brought the following prolonging the Peace in this twould be for the Jntereft of the to pro 3uty without a This News occa fiohs fome Umbrage to this it being LRince the Mnfcovite Gene that if fuch a Rupture the War raay be is cxpefted here to when tranferred from Poland to and other the States of Livonia are to take the Hereditary Dominions of his Imperial Majefiy Oaths of Fidelity and Allegianceto his we are that the Ring of Sweden is de Czarifh Majefty there is a Re ternvned to return home by the way of ith that formerly ftipulated between that a formidable We that the Prince and King that this whea and the other have a great Efteem for his reduced fhould be put under the Protection of Po on account of his Military pru as Danttfck The Toll or Cuftoms dent and fober Way of which a which amounted yearly to above 800000 grees with that of the and would be will be regulated in the fame Manner as was pra glad to go into the Field under his Tis Sifed before the Swedes got pofleflion of this Town that if the Sultan will not con Cent to a New and We hear from Wyburgt that the War with the Turkift Forces and the Czar has ordered the Sick in who are a Common People threaten to Depofe bout including the to be fent to the Our Preparations for ano Swedifh Fleet 400 of them have taken Service ther defcent on are con tin tied with great in his Army and the confiftingof but the time for embarking the Army is bcfides the will be fent to theremoteft not yet fixed moft of our Men of War are to re Parts of They found in Wyburgiys Can turn to rake in Sufficient till 50 Colours and i Standard All the Houfes end of September The Mufcovite Ambafla and their two were deftroyd du dor having notified to this as alfo to all the ring the foreign the Reduclion of the Towns of Their Royal Highnefles being and by the Arras of hifrCzarifh XI recovered of their late the whole his Excellency has fin ce received the uftial Court will remove next Monday to On Compliments of He has likewife the ipth Inftant our Army decamped from acquainted this Court that fQme Princes by aad marched to General who way of Mediation proposed Overtures of Peace be was detached with an advanced Guard the Day be tween the Czar his and the Crown fore to clear the and to mend the Roads but upon fueh conditions as were abfolntely tor the more commodious March of the and his RuffianMajefty who is determined to the Carriage of their Baggage and had make no Peace with his but in conjun taken Poft near and fummoned that Place ftion with this and his other A to On the General Thaun advan project having been formed here to deftroy the E ced to within half a League of Ar nemys Ships aind Magazines at fome the fame Day a Detachment was ordered to light Frigots were fent from hence to found the inarch under the Command of General Harack to Depth of that Coaft but tis thought this deffgn Stephuno by the way of with Inftrndiohs will as fince our Ships to proceed to the Valley of Barcelonettey in order to cannot come near enough to Bombard that cut off the Enemys Communication between the A great number of raifed at Town of and twelve Battalions which and in the neighbouring are arrived here ihey have in a fortified Camp At the to man our Three perfons of ftme time the Marquis dAndron is advancing with in fuppofed to be Natives of 4000 Men towards Chateau with a defign Svoeden are brought hither from under to penetrate into the Valley of guieras by the a Guard they were taken on board a Dutch Mer way of Col de General ha chantShip that in the bound to Stock ving taken a fmall Fortrefs near of but the Mafter apprehending fome by the way of Laurent and as Oc in concealing difcovered them immediately cafion ftall he may either join the Baron to his Majeftys Governour of the Caftle oiCronen fa who is encamped in the Valley of or advance towards The 2 Auguft The Coart appears to be in a Imperial Regiments that are on their March from great upon the that one of are arrived in the the Enemys Fleets has beenfeen upon the its July Letters from Bender of the of while another has made a Defcent ac 24th paft that the and Han the Port of taken the Fort which com otTartary are ftill tis ma nds that As it is but 3 Leagues front that his Swedish Majefty will at laft procure a thence to and confequently within reach ture between the Ottoman Port and the Mufco of the tis this Attempt was made vites and the becaufe he is feconded by a certain In The Duke de Hoqut the new Prime who is a violent Enemy to laure fends Conner after Courier from the and by tbeMtiftirand the Baf to demand Succours and Courier after Courier is who has the Care of the and conftanf fent fram Court to the Dukes of Berwick ly attends the Grand Thefe 5 This latt is ordered to fend Partofhisfroops who are the Principal Minifters of the en forthwith to The beftont a Corn to perliadf thai Court otMuf Eieet isjuft arrivd at which is come
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