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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 1810, Dublin, Dublin T t t UBLIN Up From Tttefday Auguft to Safarda Augufl Yefterday arrived a Packet from which brought One One and One Auguft H E Province of TralosMontes is in great though the Enemy keep a Detachment in Aitranda but as they are carrying away the Artillery and it is probable they do not intend to continue in ihat This Court has ordered 10 Regiments of and 6 of Horfc to march into The Enemy lie quiet in their Quarters and the Portuguefe Ge neral hasaflembled his Troops on the July The Count de Tuun having ad vancd with the Army as far as took Poft in the Col df whence the French retird upon the approach of our Wacbtendonck has pofted himfelf between that Col and cutting by that the Communion of this lafl place with the Camp of where the E nemy have 18 They write from the that Count Taun was actually cannonading the Retrenchments The Duke of Savoy being perfeftly recovered of his late went yefterday to the and is expefted back this Evening next Week the whole Court will remove to Auguft This day we aa Ac count of the further Progreis of our Troops in Lan guedoc but our Advices that the Men em ployed in the Defcent having raifed confiderable Contributions in and plunder ed all the Neighbouring reimbarked on the 28th of the laft Month with a very valuable Booty fo that altho this Expedition was not a concerted Defign to penetrate into the Enemys yet it hath been attended with as great Advantage as they Our frefheft Advices from Turin fay they daily expeft to that the had the was ftrongly entrenched in the Paifes of the Mountains of Pars but our Letters from Lions of the 3d Inftantiaynothing of any Auguft Several of the Enemies Men of War and Frigots have for fome days paft appear ed in fight of this and occafioned a great but laft Saturday they were out of fightj fo that tis they are returned to theCoaft of Great Britain abundance of Men are imployd night and day on the Fortifications of this and alfo on thofe of Graveling and to fecure thofe places from All our Pri and 4 of the Kings fajlcd yefter day from this Harbour to where they will be more Parisf Auguft have a rumour that there tas heen an AcVion in Daupbine to the Difadvan tage of our They write from that the Enemys Fleet having been fruftrated In its Defign of fending Troops into by the way of was Raild towards the Coaft of to H to favour the Enterprises of the Allies on that All the pqjfe of Noailless except 3000 who are theGarifon of and 1506 are mar ching for in order to be at Hand to pro ceed to if there hould be We that the Treaty with the for lending the King a Sum of rs as good ais The Equipage of the Duke de Vendomt is getting ready with all poffible that General defigniflg to fet out forthwith for Catab The Kings Orders for raifing of Men in all the Provinces of this to augment our fent to thelntendants and the Gene ralityofthis City is afiefsd at 2800 There goes a that the King will give no more Pafsports for Dutch Ships to come into our Great Encouragement is oiFerd to Fota tkeCampat Auguft CJii Tuefday the 12th the Duke of Mtrlborougb went to the Camp before and having vi fited our returned jn the Evening to this and the Prince of came back at the fame time from General Fagel has ad vanced his Saps within a few Paces of the Palifades and General Scbuyletnburg has all his Preparations ready for filling up the outer which hede figned to put in executionlaft but was prevented by the great Rain that fell 2 Daystoge ther 5 the Weather being now fair Jtis hoped he will meet with no other A great Con voy of laden with Artillery and Ammu nition from isfafely arrived at to be employed in the future Operations of the Cam There is no alteration in the Encampments of Auguft The States of are now and will continue their Sefiion till the end of the next Week but are only emploved in the Regulation of their private We hear by of our Troops which made the Defcent upon reimbarked on the 58th of having brought away jocoo Crowns which they received as Contributions from the Ci ty of Agde and fort and filled theirBarks with allforts of Provifions and that they retired without any Aftion with Advices from of the 12th of the la Month that the King of Spain being Joined fy the Reinforce ments from advanced rowardsthe but they declined an and were fo advan tageoufiy that his Catholick Majefty did not think it proper to attack The fame Letters that General Stunhopt was very ill of a But we have Day received Advices from that there hath been a Battle a Body of our and another of the Enemys in Catalonia bat are not informed of the Succefs nor any other Particulars o the than that General Stanhope was wounded on our and Lieutenant General Verloom on the richer killed or taken We have an Accoucf from that the French Court have renewed their Alliance with Spain and that at the fame time the French King was treating with the Allies for the Reftirunonof the Spaniih Monarchy to Charles he carried on a Negotiation Maintenance and Support of the Duke of Anpu on the Throne ot that The Duke Yen dome appointed to command the Army ia Cztxioniay and we hear he is gone Poft to ouf Avguft An tnat was dif her Cathollck with Letters for the communicated the following Netvs of the Viftory in Spain to the Government of Milan from whence a Courier was dispatched with
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