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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1810, Dublin, Dublin t The DUBLIN Dp From Auguf Augttfl ISince our laft arrived Two Packets from GreatBr which brought i i Lisbon and 2 July TH E Fort which the Enemy had built near Archies furrendred the 22d to the Field Marffcal and the Ga rifon confifting of 6 8 Ser and 87 were made IPrifoners of About 150 French Iwho were left in the Fort of retired with Ifoch that they lettmoft of their Aims The our Army encamped near Ar and fent out a Detachment to view the Situa Ition of the who have ftrongly intrenched IthemfeJves tis hoped they will foon be Idiflodged To that End the Field Marfhal defigns Ito decamp this The two German Regiments from Naples have with them 50 Waggons wich fick who die About 600 Pruffian Recruits Ijiaften their March along the in order to join the main They write from that the iCzar of Muftovy haspropofed an Alliance offenfive and defenfive betwixt himfelf and that July There is an account from Con that tne Mufti had reprefcnted to the Divan or Turkifli that of Arms I with Mufcovy was unreafonable and prejudicial to the Ottoman fince the Czar of Mufcovy will go on to extend hisConquefts in Sweden fo thac twas the Intereft ot the Ottoman Port to put his Swedifh Majetty in a Condition to profecute the War with Vigour againft Mufcovjy in order to leffen its which grows formidable the Mufti advifed the Port to aflift the King of Sve with 20000 20000 and 20000 tho it fhould occafion a Rup ture between Mufcovy and We hear from that Prince Hogotskih in motion with whole Army towards Segedin but tis I his Real Defign to come on this fide of the Auguft The 2d paft the Confede jratc Fleet came before the Harbour of and i landing fome as tis under the Conduft of a French took the and the chief Inhabitants of the Neighbouring as Ho ftages for a Million or Livres We hear the Duke of with 2000 and 2000 Foot is marchd from the Frontiers of Spiin againft Letters from Genoj that re who rtfided there as Conful from died the 24th and that feveral Briiifli Ships are ailed thence wich 600 more Recruits for from whence there is that the wwiu irom wnence there is tnat me Confederate Forces continue near and fortify the Towns of Camerofa Monrlar and Pens The between them and is Jill open fo that they areconftantly fupplied with Neceffaries by the way ot the Plain of Thofe Letters that about 1000 Spaniards falling into Ambulh of the Miquelets in 600 of them were and a great many That Charles was gone loTfrrjgona with part of his there to receive the Suceourslandedfrop And that there were Malignant Fearers jfl Army of King Augufl Nothing lately happened of Confequence on the Our Troops Alentfjo are now The Enemy keeps Poffeffioh of Miranda buthave as yet fent no o ther befides the Detachment that made the have no Troops in Abeyra3 and the late Incnrfion has been but of fmail Advan tage to them Auguft We have Advice that the S wed ifli Fleet has put to Sea from Cir elf croon and becaufe our great Fleet is weaken as well by rlre Abfence xf the Ships which arc fent to Truffla to fetch the Mufcovite as ot the Squadron commanded by Admiral kazrfus which is come that Admiral is orderd to fail immediately to rejoyn our Mean time Preparations are carrying on fora new Defcentupon which will be undertaken aflbon as the Troops arrive from Courland and The Mufcovites will at the fame time aft vigoroufly againft Sweden on the fide of Finland and we talk of an Enter prize formd againft Augufl Letters from Riga that the Czar of is going in Perfon Yo his Camp before m order to haften the Siege of that Tis Taid the Burghers there have had a fharp Difpute with the becaufe the Garifon is not fo numerous as they might have and the 2000 Soldiers who are fit for Service Ihew no great Inclination to defend the They write from that a contagious Diftemper ftill in feveral Parts of Saxony and much and tljaf they have the like Accounts froni Silefia and other Thofe Advices that King Auguflus expects that each of rhe 8 which the Electorate of is com pofed ftall faife forthwith and maintain a Regi giment of 1500 The Czar has appointed 8 PerMs tbcoHeft the Taxes in hisvaft and to carry the every 4 Months to the T rea fury at Mofcow but threatens them with ftivere Fu nilhmentSj if they demand more from his Subjects than is Augufl There goes a that a new Offenfiveand Defenfive Alliance is lately con cluded between our King and the Duke of Anjou 5 thac the Duke QWenttome is to fet out forthwith to Command in and that our Court have refolrd to at all to maintain that Prince upon the Throne of from the Camp at Auguft Our and that of the continue ftii in thtir arid the Parties we fend have of late been fo that they aljfiejf daily bring in eitherTome confiderable n umber to the On iOo our Hufiars met and Sap piuMe a great Convoy of Cattle on their way tq the French Armyj and after Tome Sknmifhes wkU the in feveral ol the Enemy were brought off 180 fat The nextday another of our Parties fell in with 80 of the Enemas beiog part of the Guard to another Ccnvcjr ot whom they robligtd to furrender ac and brotight them Prifbners to thei wifh a and 3 Subaltcrn OfficefS4 to the ue receive trotii the GhSieral I con tin ties to advance by rfee c themean time raifed a of
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