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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1810, Dublin, Dublin The DUBLIN dp From September to da September September npw Grand Vteier gives him Caufe to that the Grand Sign iorwilj be prevaild to declare Ignior Grwum being appointed AmbaflaWar agajait and conclude a Oefenfiveand dor from this Republick to her Britannicfc Alliance with the Crown of which islet our from hence accordinggives great useafinefs to the Mufcovite Minifkr The Suit that has been fo long depenresiding at the ding tfee Dukes of iorrain and The Danifh AdjutantGene Competitors to the Jate Duke of Mantuas ral who arrived here Comet ime to caufe the was determined on laft by the Muscovite Troops defignd for the afliftance of Council of in favour of the former of thofe Matter to be and was obligd to go to Pe They write from that the to obtain new Orders from the ror has offered to rcftore Camechio to the Holy hecaufethe King of Poland was not willing that thcfe Srovided the Pope willfubmit to receive the ftpuld be is fuddenly expected iturefrpmhis Imperial and pay down a and LieutenantGeneral has received Sum of Many demanded on that Account but that Orders to caufe faid Reinforcements to jt was refolved not to com ply thofe Demands as foon as the Danifli Ships are arrived to tranfport and the becaufe the Emperor continued to Theyconfift of6cco bin the Czar has infift upon having the Duke of fatisffed in not thought fit to give the Command thereof to the his The French Rings proceedings faid General dnd has appointed MajorGe againft the Cardinal Bouiliw have much alarmed neral facoblarv to Command the Notwith the Court of and Che Pope having by ftandingthe Advices from lembere and Cammieck feveral of his that fuch that the King of Sweden was frill at Bender the ral Courts as prefume to proceed ina judicial way ioth and that the Turks made noPrepla againft a are has writrations of the Czar has thought to fertd ten to the French King on that and exVcltMarfhal to the with horted him to order a Revocation of the Sentence Orders to afTemble a numerous Army in thofe pronounced by the Parliament of Pans agaiftft the and tlie Polilh Forces are alfo to move that Cardinal upon pain of Excommunicating Tis fai4 that when thofe Armies are that He has likewife written to the their Oanfh and PoHfij intend jointly andaffttred him of his Favour and demand a politive Declaration of the Grand MxlaM They write from that he will continue in Peace with and feveral Exprefles had pafled through that infift at the fame time that the King of thould with a of the Glorious and Important depart Twley for as long as he is at they Viftory obtained by the Ring of Spain on the 2Oth cannot but fufpeft the Sincerity of the and of the Uft Month near Orders have been muft be obliged to keep numerous Forces for the given for the Embarkmcnc of fome Troops at Vado Security of their Frontiers againft any fudden Inva from whence they are to be buc Time willdifcover whether there is any ed to to ferve under his Cathoiick Majetruth in this They write from that the Puke His Excellency the Esrl of of the that the AmbalTador Extraordinary of Great thority of the Nunciature might be conferred on had his Audience of Leave of this Court the gd In Bifliapof bis to the end with the ufua I and is gone to his SubjeSs might be eafed of tljeir expenhe Athis jgutatx at where he intends to continue tendance on the Court where ithey are now till he imbarks for His Excellency has forced to go to follicic for Benefices but as fucha fent a Warrant to to Com Condefcenfion muft necefiarily prove very prejudimand in Chief the Britifo Forces till the arrival of cial to the Jtis thought his Holinefs will not the jgarl of We have received Advice comply with from the that on the 20th paft the Kinu The Town of which of obtained a compdeat Vklory Dule furrender the3ift paft according to the and asmoftofthe Forces of the Fatter greentent made with mentioaed infome that were on our Frontiers are marchd fuddenly to of our does fti 11 hold becaufe a General wards the Portuguese Troops are prepar pflkep ient by Prince found means to get ing to improve this march into into the Place with 300 through but whether they will Befiege ftafajox the bt the Imperialifts implofd in that is advance into tiniewill and caufed the Commander and feveral There is that the Pufce of is gone who had agreed to deliver up way ifom and that King Charles was to feizd as Befrayefs of their Tru and peeled Our Advices from perial General informed ick qs an Accommodation was at lengcfr c is making the neeeffary PrepaTations for dgd between the and that ng and has a of 9retppay his Majefty in A rtijlary from the The to voy hag Teceivcd letfers from Cwftwii whatever Demands any other Prince f of thit tfyfJUflg on them He promileth moreover to coniinjae at all pfee of Council at frpin whence conjecl urM the erogt them from Quartering and
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