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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1810, Dublin, Dublin 17 u d Dp From StfurdA September to Seftember H Augvft of the whole me doubt not wlU to your whenever they have an TH E following Addrels has been prefented to t unity of it in Her Majefty mean time toe jkatU not ceafe to our nees 10 and mofl ardently to be would mul To the OUE E Nf mofl Excellent tiply and the Succejfes with which jour Wife zfttft DtfignS have been hitherto Attended t ana continue The bumble Addrefs of the Bifliop of and to Blefs your Arms andCounfels titttbey have effectual the Clergy of London and tyfitbdued the refllefs Enemies of our peace both Home and defeated the Menaces of the May it pleafeyour the Devices the and fettered all the People Hearts have all along accompanied our Pel that delight in the Genuine Sons of the Church of in their dutiful Applications to jour Majejfy Her Majeity was pleafed to make the following from aU Parts of the Kintfivm we have with great moft Gracious Anrwcr iisfattion obferved the Zeal which they have in behalf of your Regal and and the T Take very kindly the Affurances of Duty you give Mt Indignation which they have fiewn at the unprecedented in this the Regard you exprefi for tfe Attempts lately made to undermine not only our Pnteflant lent CQnftitutioninCburcbtnd but all Religion and Augufl AuExprefsjs arrived We were the lefs eager 10 lay hold on this Occafan of here from witH that the Approaching your 7hrone becaufewebaioftenandfree Grand Signior has caufcd sthe HorfeTail to be iy declared ourfelveson thefeff tads from the hung and that a Rupture with the Mufcovires der the Eye of your and in the face of the whole is as good as becaufethe Czar abfolutcly reftiles to comply with the Demands made in favour Sut the Time is now comey when we tanno longer of the King of Sweden by the Prime who he innocently face the Acknowledgment has engaged to affift that Prince with 50000 Turks Mayflys Hereditary Title and Irrejiftable Authority is and This News has greatly alarmed our openly and boldly as plain Declaration in where frequent Conferences are for favour of the taking all neceflary tis not We look upon the Clergy as deeply involved in this ma whether the Turks will invade or licious and therefore think our felves obliged aflift the Malecontents in Tis faid the to cxprefs our utmoft Abhorrence of any fuch difguifed Prime Vizier would have the King of Sweden to and traiterous which our Hearts intirelyde march into but that he rather chufeS to re voted to your Majgfty are not capable of harbouring turn to Poland In the mean the SwediCh En andmbicby we none out the avowed or feeret voy affures this that nothing ftaD be attempt friends of the pretender in order to facilitate ed by his Mairer to the Prejudice of the High their and Dark have endeavoured to Orders are difpatched to our at faften upon to kaow of Prime againft which We have and are fteadfaftly purpofed to pay of the Chriftian Princes the Military Preparations all Duty and AUegiance to your as in Turkey are ful and Lawful whofe Title to the Crown by Auguft The Deputies of the Helve Decent has been affirmed and recognised by all your tick Body are ftill confulting bow to oblige con Ziege people in full Pat tending Partisstoobferve the Treaty of Neutrality Weknow of no other per j on who has any Claim to concluded in fince otherwiie afl the Cantons nor will we ever do any either in are refolved to repell JForce by it any Foreiga or after your Majejfys eign jlwuld we be fo unfortu Troops prefume teeafter t6 pafs this nate as to Survive it which may feemintheleafl to try an4 fuch further Meafures will be as favour fuch Claims and hall be thought neceflary the prefervation oi On your alone our Eyes now aU our They write from that our Wifaes and Vorvs are employed for the Peace Count Taun has hitherto prevented the Enemys Prcfarity of your Reign tnd whenever it jhxftpleafe fending any Detachments from Dauphine and ouf fo our to withdraw ft invaluable a fifton to The French Forces keep ftill in their without AUeviatiot of the Lofs by Jjfue from your ftrong near Tournosr and the narrow we Acknowledge the tnoft Jlluflrieus ffoufe of Paffes being fttfficiently fecured by the Duke of as the next fitirs in the proteftant to believed the Campaign on that fide will be have the only Sight of Amending tye and indif and that the Confederater Forces will be putable Title to our obliged to return to piedmont by the middle of next We thank from the Bottom of our for becaufe the Alps will rendered un tjke Legal in this regard Made tofecure us paffable by the Snow Advices from then ce do from Popery and Arbitrary which we through not Only contradict the Report fpread in the Divine vigoroufly and fuccefsfulty with of the Death of the Duke of but that when they were breaking in upon out Copftitutton the Air of agrees To very well witk nor fall we fail to m tnifeji an equal that he da Hy recoyers his General and by what hinder and the Britifh En arrived there the Army tinder tbe which was ftill we are firmly is the unanimous in neat and Moltttiw ej the wlj of tkejt wejg to fromthencc the next v v
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