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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1810, Dublin, Dublin 17 i i jjis Thomas Earl vof Lor4 Oeiite and General Governor of His E E CH to both Houfes of i u Excellency W fyjpefent Endeavours for tfetAfaysftys in fuel as may cure for Them a Continuance of Her Kojai jfavtiuf affd Pro 17 Lords and Sejitn of Parliament hath been car ried vi and is nov brottghtte fo good z fiat the roholeKingdom muft be well to faditbemfelves represented by an rpithfuch Wifdom And and wfo in all tbeir proceedings have appeardfo throughly to Under ftandandfomucbto have it tbe true Intereft of their I Direfted infter stire to Her entire in your dutiful Condufc and ia the dlfpatcb that you bavegivfn to the jjujinefs bath been before of the Houfe of I am particularly Commanded to toyop for the Supplies have fo readily and fo chearfufy Granted I And I have Power and Directions in Sufflies fall nhb the utmoft Care be employ tbe purpofes for which they were My Lords and I have Her Majeftfs further Commands to affureyqu of Her goodwill towards and tf Her for Good and Welfare of the whole Kingdom and have nothing now to but to recommend to Tjutyou in your feveral take to have a due Execution of tbofe gooiLtntoS which have been made for your To cul tivate tbaf and good Underfifinding tmongft your which Isfoneceffiry to your Prefervation And to dOf mfot in you lies tp fupport your and and to tranfmit them to your It is with a great deal of that I fatter wjt ftom the 4ddrejfes and Applications you have that the AiLminifirationinmyHands bath been to your And J muft take this opportunity to That 1 look upon tnyfelfas obliged in in ant in Gra titude u not only by thofe juft Rtprefentations wticb Ijhal make to Her aU otker Methods that may be in my to prtmote tbe true Interejl of to remove any difficulties thjt may lie and to give defiance 1 your Happinefs and the and the Security ojyour Laws and The Speakers 5 P E E C H to His Excellency the Lprcl Lieutenant in the Houfe lAuguft the itpleale your JffE Unanimity tfe during this 1 Sejjion of Parliament in Enabling Her Majefiy td tbe and mate Good the futiick Un fobifb at their JnJJafipe She mas Engaged Jn9 is Undoubted Teftimony of their particular Rggafd for the We have deep Senfe of ike many repeated Bleffings this Nation hasbhberto Derived from theIPifdotnof Ma Councils at and Irrcfiftible Progrefs of Her Arms Abroad J whereby in ike Proieftant Line We Hope Our Confliiuiim inCburtb were Jtored byikt ljte Revolution Improved We areHigUy Senfrlle of Her jor Our Welfare in fiicing in ibe Governwenl of this Whofe with tbtf September 2i On the jift pa ftj arrived a Packet frorfi wbicb troughl One Holland Cancer a Augufl 7i i The dedby is arrived Brought Ad vice thai the Mfdway had a of 280 Men i near Cape de and carrif4 her into Jlvguft The Conederats Fleerare at Vi whence Tome Shipshave to frch trotii 1509 Hprfe and 600 foot whicn are to b6 to whether 2 JjmgeriaJifts will likrwifr Tranfporred Augufi Parryof Tuik having ravaged Villages on Frontiers of wttr6 repttlfcd with LoCsby the Mufcovite General wh fcnt to complain or it to tjje and to demand whether this Inlblenqe might not be accounted a Rupture betweefi Nations but he Hoftility bad bcw coinmitted without his Knowledge 5 and Order and due Care fhould be taken to and fugufi Day we received Letters from of tJie i4th which the Ac coijnt of the L obtained by the Allies is confirmed bLetters from Barcelona of the 6tht bring us Account of the aadlthe heBattle happened onfthe ayth of the la ft Month near the whither our Army marghed to prevent Uie Bnemy from talcing the Gamp of that iSV and the disputing Ifeat the uccafion The Attack wa made oi our Army manded by Generaj the whole up to uppbrt that Defacements and General attached fp that he fooflfput to and puriued with Slaughter till dfie Nigjvc their The Enemys Ann y was having Abandoned ia their iiight feveral their Ammuniti on and Tijefe Letters the Enemy have loft 5000 Mea in this j including fuch as are mortally Oft0ttr fide the Lofs does not a mounttpabove 4ooMenT ic isconfirmed that Count Nafftat and Lord are of that On N the ift Iiiftant marched fp penetrate into on the they took PofleffuJn of the Bridge of where jRjaki5o Wen that guarded it Prifonsrs oi and to into the oblige the Enemy to tlian ui fet their Comman jcatiep at tobe cut oE a Detachment to invejl on the in Evening they received at Bat from the that that had and the Ganfoa joo wece made Prifo ners iofi iLettecs of i4th idftant tell tbatitltey have advice way of ofi iecpnd than tbe cts laid the whole ATmy of the Duke of Jtuguft unfortunate Ac cident tepfamed at 5 laden with IPowdet took Fire iii of dieCtock in the barnt 200 Perfons and 30 and
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