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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1810, Dublin, Dublin From Saturday Tuefday Auguft On the 20th Inftant arrived a Packet from which brought Two Holland Auguft SINCE the return of the Kings Refidcnt at and the Decla ration the Swediih Secretary hath made at this Court feems to that the King of Sweden in concert with King to Invade Poland and that Staniftaus to move with the Troops in Pomerania on one as foon as he hall reeeivc Intelligence that his Swe difh Majefty is marchd into that Kingdom on the Some Swedifh Officers paffed lately through this Town in their way to from They that they came from where they left the King of Sweden in perfeft and ready to march with an 45000 Letters from Conftantinople that on the 24th of June laft the Palatine ofiQovia arrived at plover againft that coming from Bender with a Reti nue and the fame day the new Grand Vizier fent for the Ambaffador of and fignified to him in the name of the Grand that his Highnefs was fully difposd to continue to live quiefly with theChriftiah Potentates but that he lad his Word to canfe the King of Sweden to be condu fted to his Dominions through Poland with a fufrki ent Gaard and that in cafe the Czar fhould bppofe hisHighncfs was refolvd to join his Arms with thofe of his Swedifh and to break with Mufiovy The Muscovite Ambaflador was allowd 40 Days to give a direft Anfwcr to this Sfgnifica Tis rumourd alfo that the Porte has lent 400000 Crowns to the King of His Jrufiian Majefty having received certain that the Plague now rages in Prinflow z City in the Ukcr 9 Miles diftant from this place and fome hath countermanded the Preparations that were making for rns annual Di veriions in that and all imaginable En deavours are ufed to prevent the of the Pbyficians are fent thither with All infected Houfes are ordered to befljut and Ditclies dug round and as foon as the Inhabitants fball be either dead or reco the Houfes are to be burnt with all their Letters from Copenhagen that theycontinue their preparations for in vading Schonenl and as they ex peel by the latter end of this the Miifcdvite Troops which the Czar fejjdstoiheaffiftanceot the tell that all their Forces will be in a reatjinefs to land in Swedifh Territories by the beginning of Tvlean time the Danifli Fleet is re turnd ttffojenkagenfcxwaht of which is to hisDan ifh by reafon he has rieceiyed Advice that the Swedift Fleet is come out of Tisfzrd theForces with whjch they deiign to oppdfe the confift of of the FortifyM Auguft Letters from Madrid of the 4th the Duke of Anjou left hiv Camp i6th and encamped with all his Troops nar Thattame Day KihgYTitarfo Having received from the Battalions and ii paffed the The Spanifh Generals did not acquaint the Duke of An you with this Marchof the left hefliould have ventured a for which his Trobpi were not in a The fame Night 4000 Hdrfe and Grenadiers were Detached from Generals to fecure the Bridges Fords on the tofuccourArfzsi and in vade the County of They came the 27th near furprized to fee General the of the Nogueiz with 27 the reft of his Army and paffed the leaving all their Tents ftah ding inthe to conceal and the DifpoHtion he made to Upon the Marquis dt ftjladirias made the reft of his Horfeto and ordered the Foor to as foon asthey fhould receive their Allow ance of fo that they could not come up till 4 Hours much fatigued with their long and ia great General Starenberg tib ferving immediately ordered his Troops to the who being notdrawn up in OMerof and in a Diffadvantageous they were totally The Spaniih Foot feeing the Horfe fly ran al fo ingreat and plundered their own that it might not be takea by the The Duke of retired and was fo fatigued and diflbrdered withhis that tfiey were forced ta carry him up his 1 If theNighthad not the whole Spanifb Army had been They are drawing to gether the Remains of their fcattered in or der to march to General Stfrembergs A rmy was advanced the goth paft to in purfuit of the who are retired under the Can non ot they are like to perjfh for want of The Duke ie and Ge neral a Native of this were irkkert in the fent to The i8th in ftant Moulin the French made another attempt but the Burghers killed and wounded fome pf and forcedhim toretire to Paris Auguft The PuWiAed at by Order of the give the following Relation of the Battle in About 7 at before ourMen were drawn up in Order of they were attacxd by the Enemy but wereriepulied with and left 3 Standards behind thernbuc they made fuch a furious Charge upon the fecond Line of our Horfe on the that they brought us into which was encreafed by the com ing on of the fo that our Horfe was after having fuffered very to retire in greac Diforder which the King being infprmd made what hafte be could after themi Our Foot having foughttill came toim with their Artillery and Baggage about They give out we had 400 Men kilVd and Woun bnc is much it is concealed from TWO with many other Officers of Horfe are and the Duke of Sarjio andDori Tjffo Lieutenants Ge neral taken dangctoufly Woun aridthe latter Other Letters the Enemy have oar and a gfeatnumber of Stdremberg has fufFered the chief of them to go to Balaguer tobe cured oftheirWoandsupon OerCourtiers
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