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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1810, Dublin, Dublin u u liltifflbi From September to Taejd A Sept ember Nigbt arrivbd a Packet from which brought Auguji HIS Day in the Afternoon his Caths lick Majefty King Cfcrte HI made Entrance inco this being attended by the and other Foreign and all the uSeral of his Army Our Magnates received his Majefty without the and pro to d themfelvcf at his Feet under the joyful damations of the The Viaory which the Sederates obtained Yefterday over the tas fo Complcat and that the Duke of An kS Army was intirely defeated about 3 aPock n the Afternoon moft of were W and and the Remainder and put to a l About 6000 of them were killed and 6000 befidcsSoo ot whom a great many are put into the here The Enemies and whate ve elfe isneceffary for a Camp became a Prey tp the Victorious Generals Count Staremterg and Ge neral are now making the neceffary the few Troops jof npmtf who are fled towards Vfe tfSS of this will fotlmHh Mifereveral Regiraenrs for the Semceof OIIF Gracious and Lawful Monarch According to our laft Advices this The Fre from to reinforce thofe pofted near Sr and have but 2 Battalions at a re to cover the Workmen in the Of fevcral Redoubts between fete whereby theyhope to render altogether They the Troops poffcd in Allies intended to march into take Winter Quarters other Precautions to defend the that tis not likely the Allies will otfer to for ce t hem dus Seafon ofthe ehe Enemyftoutd weaken their Forces by any great Detachments for Inters from the Frontiers that they taohed 4 Regiments v and that feveral Battalions are to be Tent M as cftfr Campaign jsover mtee of being informed has refolved that his Forces hall remam in tlw ItHbat the tlietowy intend to into arrive till the latter end Some tetters new Corwerts in f efoked toriie foyrH If Jie hao f ot mta ttar s W we Jeave thete 15 any lefs Induftrioufly truniped upj to colour new Barbarities they have begun to exercifea gainft that poor The Army of JUlflgCharles being divided into 2 ismarcbd into in their way to King Pbilip and his Adherents are ftruck with the greateft Terrour im maginable and the becaufe the Inhabitants of that City are ready to declare thsmfelves open ly in favour of the Houteof Jnfiriar The Marquis dt who after the fatal efcaped with fome few Troops to expels a Reinforce Hient from The Towns of A and other Places in already fubmittedand paid Homage to We are that the Portugueze are ing withgreat diligence into where a Gefle ral Revolution is The King has Publifhed an Order tooffer to Sale by way of Aoclion to the higheft all the Rights and Prefentations he has to the Churches within the Kingdom of tnarty and to fell likewife the Revenues belonging to tbofe as were veiled in the Incumbents being accuftomed to re ceive only a very fmall Sallery from the and the reft of their Maintenance from the Contributi ons of their Parifljioners The Patron who has Revenues is likewife obliged to the Repera tions and other neceffary Expences belonging to the Befides the King at the fametinic offers to fell all the which certain Lands on ly ufed to pay to not upon an Ecclefiaftical but as a particular Fine on thofe and above the Taxes and Contributions com mon to The Daniih Fleet under the Command of Admiral Guldenleuw fet fail on the i4th to the Eaft and carried with him the Tranf ports which are to bring the Mufcovites Aa Order having been fome time ago Publifljed all Commerce with the City of upon pretence of its being Infecled with the the Magiftrates of that City have reprefented to the that the Report was and that their City is free from all Infection upon which an Order is now publifted to revoke the and allow the Liberty of Commerce with that but it is in the fameInftruftions forbitlden with the Towns ofTruffia and which are The Daniili Officers that wsre exchanged for the are arrivejl Cap tain the Commander ofthe on Board of which the Exchange was give the Swedifh Prifbners a Magnificent Entertainment on that 19 This Court refolvjd to fuccour K4ng as much as are con fuiting how to do it by the way of To tftat End 2000 of the and 8coo of the Foot that ferved under the Duke of are to march to Rouflilfon and fome Men of War nfpoEts are to embark at Ammuni Proyifions fer A Courier who left the Ihftant arrived here laft Turfdy9 that on the feveral Regiments paffed Madrid to join the Maquisde Bw and that the other Troops
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