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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1810, Dublin, Dublin U tf From Seftembfr to Saturday September Since our1 laft arrived Three Packets fromi the latter brought Four ffotiatd and Three September SINCE the fatal Battle of every thing is heie in the utmoft and feveral Grandees at Court are Preparing to retire to Burgos with their btft Letters from Troops did Forage as far as Agrefo an and that he 4000 tor according to our laft Advices from There have been feveral Tumults5 infomuch that XeWiftrates have defired leave to retire to That Prince hath reftored the Arragonois to their ancient Privileges he bath granted a Ge neral Pardon to the Inhabitants ot that and ordered that all the Natives fhould de part immediately from He hath a Iioal lowed the that had dahrfd to retire to take their Eflfeas with Miquelecs have taken the of The fcatcered Remains of our Army lye near and they are faid to confift of IOGO Foot and 3000 Two Regiments of ttorfe are march ed from and one from in order to fein Advices from tnat on the 31 ft of the laft Month the Dukes of tendon and Jfoaillrs were at and it wa that the firft detigned to enter a Body of 8000 which lay near intended to diretlhis March through witfl a Bodv of IOGOO men but as they have zines in thofe they cannot make any confide The the arrivd at in from the Marfhal to in which he has made the The King has permitted feve ral Gentlemen have no Foftsin his Majeftys to go and ferve u for which Kingdom Troops are daily filing off from Lower and whom the Marfhal to into Militia of she which he into the Places that are moft and thofe moft threatned along the Seafide all our Advices agree that the Kingdom of is all there is even occafion to that the Duke jou is with his whole Court at Connt at Tis moft that the Shatterd Troops under the Marqnis to Bay have neither nor Cam at 18Our Approaches at the 2 Attacks againft are lui therto carried on withvery good and as little Lofs as could be poffibly though the Befieged have broughtthe Spawft part ot their Cannon againft ah4 began laft Night to throw At the Attack un the near lage of guiawb we have made a gd Parallel to wards the Inundation on the in order to at 2 Redoubts that cover the Works which feeep up the Waters on that this Attack 6 Batteries for and 3 Tor aid above 30 PjW the whale will be ready to Fire to Mojr under the of the ofthJBtitim being eftplojred anhe oihes and At the Attack on the near the Village oi we have fmiilted a fe cOnd and are working on the 3 for about 50 of and 2 for15 Mor which are likewHe in fuch a that they will be ready to Fire to Morrow Corning We have aft Account Irom the Prince of Camp before that the Canal they had made for turning the Courle of the tlei5th beiides the Advantages propqfed in drain ing the had fo good that the Artillery Boats had the next Day Water enough to come up the River as far as The at they broke Ground between the Roads that lead to the Villages of Robeck and within 40 Paces of the firflr and made a Pa rallel and Communication the nearnefs of our Works to occafionedus the Lofs of near 100 Men killed and bat will very much facilitate the Succefs of this The Enemy made a Motion yefterday from their Left nearer and the reflrof the Army followed to to encamp between the Rivers of Canche and From the Czwp at Sepremb On Friday the i9th feveral Batteries of Cannon and Mortars began to fire from our two Attacks before and have iince continued to play with fuch Succefs that the Enemy do now give our Men fcarde any other disturbance in their Approaches than from their final which have hitherto us but a very inconfiderable At our Attack near the Village of guentin we have made Lodgments on the Ditches of the 2 and are the Difpofition attacking Yefterday Mor ning the Inundation began to run off at this Attack fo that the Engineers promife us a very good Effeft irom At the Attack near the Vil lage of we have advanced Coaimtimcati orts on the Left clofe to the firft and on the Right within 50 Paces of the Counferfcarp a Dyke which kept up the being by a mi ftake of one Engineers cut in the wrong Place on did fome Damage to our Trenches on the but the fame is At Venant our Batteries began to fire yefterday Morning upon the 2 Baftions which face our Ap and there is a Lodgment made along the firft which they are preparing to fill On Friday laft a Convoy of Ammunition and Provi fions coming up the lys from with a Con voy of 1200 and 450 Horfe was attacked near by a Detachment of about4000 Men of the Enemys who having beat our blew up the Powder and funk the Boars in order to ftop up the Paflage of the River j but moft of thpfe laden with Corn and other be ing at fome Diftance from the were pre This Accident was chiefly occafloned the Boats tetting but from the Suit de Gand 2 Days later than was with the Com manders of the Convoy but that Convoy lia vUig chiefly confiiled of Provifions of Corn and i other JSfeceffariesf and not of Military Storey that lofs can be fo eafily that it will noc the Yefterday was obfetved in the Arniy as a pay of Tfrankfgiving fcr the feeond Vi and in the Evening we made a triple Difchafge of our Artillery arid fmaH Ihe French Army Is encamped with the Right 1 the left at the being at Vaktffii near the raft of Marftai the
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