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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1810, Dublin, Dublin ii u UBLIU From Seftemhr to Since out laft arrived Twd Packets from GreatBri mean tinie the Frehcfy in the ft id fire which brought i Lubony i Oftettdznd2 Hoi briskly their and are difpoiingaH things to defetiil the Place with Refolutioh and This Morning at break of they a Sally Avgufl upon the butwere repulfed with Huifyburgbi Count Guldenflerti having re H E Earl of Gafaay is to have his Au fome Difpatclies from Render has had a Con el ience of the 3d of the next ference at Staden with General Meycrsfefdt and the Month and then his Excellency is to Sieuf Minifter of and is to fet go to Jytaiiwi9 to wait for the Convoy out to morrow for Povterania to review tfie Swedifh that is to carry him to A Forces in that The Swedes pretends that Frefidi of 120 laden with is their fet out from Better the 3bth of u having been taken by the with a numerous to return into i but Rich ird Commander who took another this is contradicted by the laft Letters fEomZemfarg 1 Days laden with the fame lortot and which that that Prince was ftiil of too the 2d of Auguft at arid fay that there Auguft We have received thedifis 10 fear of any Rupture between Port and roal News of the Defeat of King Philips Army by the Turks being not in a readiriefi to Btgia Count fo that he runs a great hazard of the War lea It this being entirely abandoned by the They wrire from thac who are fuffered the Enemy Yefferday a Detachment of about 800 Men it arched to pafss Rivers till the when his Majefty was from thence without in as tis obliged to march behind em to an w bete he to attack the French Par was forced to venture a becaufe tlie Enemjr ty Tuft now behave that he is hadgained 2 Marches of General Stanhope pafponVd with about 1 300 Horfe and Foot near fed the Ebro and pofleffed himfclf Of aO the adand defigns to venture a Conflift with the Troops vantagious before the Spaaifli The detached from Walloon Guards and the SparHft Cavalry the ThiS Ehy Advice but the latter fled The Duke from the Imperial HuiTars furprized the offfavre was killed in the beginning of the ift Ihltant 62 French Troopers in a Village called by a Canndn The Walldoit Guards and the within a quarter of a League of the Ene Spanifii Infantry performed their and fought mys Lines 11 of them were and all the reft but Were ifoen cut to after the fent to nift Horfe betook themfelves b a Qiamefal a Party of The Walloon Infantry fent from thftew French Soldiers advanced to and plun down their and furrendred themfelves Priibdered fome Waggons ihd notwithftanding ners fo thatthe King wasuader a Neceffitir to fave they produced Pafsports but the Country People his Life by making anEfcapeas well as he being and amfted by fomt few fur1 with 40 Hoffdj having loft afl his rounded the who were all killed or taken I jaguft The Report we had fomfc Days thatthe Garifori ef A Courier which arrived 2 ly delivered up that Place tq the proves pays ago from Spain cbniirms the Defeat of the but tis Confirmed that they ha VedeHred a fafSpanifli Army on the 2prh i paft nezt The Fnfioii of Arms fdr vebich his been grantFignt was yefy obftinate and the Right of King ed by the Imperial upon tha ft if Pkitfp fought delperately but the Regiments of jii theyarenot relieved that Qld of the render that f On tfee the Baron dt Sfraajicj the paftllian Guards were in The Mety Envoy fixtiaordraary dftheKing of Wafqals fe laj with tne Generals and having defired iinnlediite and the Remainder df tbeir Army retird ly tb be admjfted to fiis Aadrcnce of which in the Hlgntto and the 2iA but was granted ahd wasiohdufted to it thej ftme not tBihJkiflg theiUftlves in thfr open and few flours after fet oui in great Prethey into The Bfficers of th without takibg acCorditig to Cuftdnli With tHe ParrizansofRing awof and the having quittfd that Ciry the Inhabitants o Audiencesof Leaw hdbtcheiBeU gbfle fbf ttie Fata peny tfielr and declajred for Kmg tinatc to if his of made the Publick fifltrjr into and many fancy thatftis fuddeh prb was niafeirig his neceffary Preparations to inarch di lie has ordered the S we rejcliy to having ferit Count Starenberg dHh Secretly cbbtiniMs to retrelve the betofrj Body of Hbrjev We not ytc i at rtifeCJburt to Foreign Mini any cegctiin account of of die but apd tranfmit the to him with his the Spaniards had GeriferiV and aboiut Men killed or at They give out at that with tHi cahpot be fcr becaiife laid ompany uhdef the tommfrid of this did not laft abbv6 3 quarters of an Hcur veruor of fyffefflwtcrn arnyed here attd that Cavalry their Tjiey Jhave already jbir the Wtetfver ir they that the Afraiirs of Afmfe WRat tbdr 101 fbitip riot yet and knows yet but they give that they becaafe the Forces he hasten the Frontiers of Jit lhat thofe madttheir with
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