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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1810, Dublin, Dublin U u u The Up Fronj September to Tuesday Sept ember vence of Lisbon Augufl IS Majefty has held frequent Councils upon the prefent Pofture of his Af and has commanded 10 Regi ments of and fix ef to march immediately towards the Prp w Montes9 to obferve the Motions of the The Spaniards ftiH keep footing in Miranda but it is fuppofed they will foon evacuate that having already ordered their Cannon to jbe tranfported trom They have no Troops in Albeiri and fheir late Tncurfion has been of ve ry little Three Britiih Men of War are arrived here and 10 Portngueze Ships are put to Sea to Convoy the Fleet from Auguft Letters from France that the Count de Luc is to be and that the Marftal dUxelles is to fucceed as Ambaffador Extraordinary to the Helvetick According to our Advices from the Count de has found it impoflible to twee his way into and the Duke of Berwick writes to the Count deLuc that he looks upon theCampaign as the Confederate Army returning into That General that he has fenta Detachment to reinforce the Troops poftcd along the the Allies may meet with a vigorous cafe they flwuld on a fudden turn their March into Pwence br the fame way they mardid thereinto the year We hear from that the Se nate being alarmcTat the Military the Turks both by Sea and have already or dered a Body of Troops to be fent from Tjerra fJr tnay to fuch places as Le vant and are for their in cafe with the Ottoman Tht King of fdtvd is ex felled this to morrow aJpace within a League of this where intends to continue for and bppd before he re turns to tifyrienlwrzbySd the PiJEerences jbetween cur Magiftrates and the Ppiifli OuTtrWill be The Danilh Ships to tjjanfpprt Mufcovite Troops for Coptnbtgen are not arri but neceflary Preparatipns for therir kation are akeady they nave baked2OQ9po 5 Pound weight of fcket for their Our Advices from the fo in to the they not to dejpendled of the ipthinftaht cpn that he is fet put from Bender with a nume rous A but this by the jaft Ad vices from Lembergy where one would think they eught to informed of the potions of that as being the Letters from the Garifon of been obliged to rfurrender to the and that there is fuch a Mortality rifi that they bury every Payabove 200 Per Forces agree provided the Emperor wculd con fent to That Exprefs was back tfte fame Night with his Imperial Majeftys Approba tion of the Articles butyefterday another Courier arrived with the welcome that the Malecon contents had actually furrenderd that and that our Troops had taken Pofffffion of one of the We have not yet the particulars of the tut we are told that General Pardon has been promifed to the and that nioftpf the Garifon have theParty of the and lifted them Pelves in the Service of the The laft Letters Conftantinople that the depofed Prime Vizier ia confined to a Came on the is to maintain there at Disown Charge a Garifoh of 2ee beliijesthe 6000 he has been obliged to raffe for the Service of the Kjng of ac cordinjgtp pur Advices was preparing to march from thence at the Head of a humorous QfiTburfday laft ah4 Exprefs brought the Garifon of to and propofed deliver up within if were not relieved leave meantime to which ty Auguft Letters from the Army on the that General Gronsfeld has lately made pi the Enemys poftiire and Force behirid the Ones of Lauifcr and iris faid they at prefent exceed tfie number of The MtiffalfrBegins has fortified all the Paffes towards his aswell to prevent being as to puf a ftpp to from hisQamp for the Thefe Advices that our parties had obtained very njany Advah tages over thofe of the French and that the De tachment of6cqo Vfen which was oh Maixh towards was ordered to had re ceived ftelfi Inftruftions to niove write Jrom Ma that had held feveYal cils with the Polffh u pori ad vice that1 the are toarchibg tptharKmgddmj andthe beihg alarmed at this twas thought the whoni the ar has engaged to to the affiftance of Will hotjembaik tifl farther We have advce that the Preparations are cbnti jiued there for another peFcent uponthe Province Before tjie end of September The FJeet there is and will be ready to fet but to Sea in or if They that the Swedift is returneS to Carelfcroon froni cruifiiig the Ea r Jfrc fet cut Ppft fpme Days ftbm Anei fpr an exprefsOrder lowed artd Monfieur de that leave the Commanid pf the Forces In Ijaupkine ito de out witlipuc any jofs of time for and that he is to fee tpllowci fndhrthbfe Tftis mafees that the hirs 6fTCirtg PhiKp muff be ihTa verv bad Artifees at Cpurt to conceal or his We have had a current fbrieverai days in thiiCityiltJiac that TOtbTpaft anid had ntuch adatb linage his ercajiis in to in a wriffronii Ibtdefo to iif telFus at
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