Tuesday, September 30, 1710

Dublin Gazette

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1810, Dublin, Dublin UBLIN ftp Seftembtr to Tuefdaf Since our laft arrived Two Paekets hrom which brought One and Two Turifty September iS Royal Highnefs has declared to the Minifters of the that he will order His Forces to keep the Field as long as poffibljv to prevent the French from making any Detach nvcww towards We have that loco French Horfe commanded by the Count de a Native in being marched out to get wece lurprizedby a Party ofthe Confederate who lay in and were all killed or except fome who were put to The th 2 French Officers and ao Soldiers deferted from the Neighbour hood of and the Enemies Forces arc ftill encamped therev for fear of a The Dukes de Venfame and N9aities with 2 fet out the nth but the troops will not be able to march tift they have retted fome BeurdeauX The Duke of let the pth with His whole for The Grandees promisd to follow tho tis believd the will not Meaft timej if they Ihould not follow we Jook upon Spain as Vierna On the Inftant an Ex prefs arrived here from with an Ac the new Vifier was already His fudden Difgrace becoming be eoolc with the whom he prefumed tadireS and controulnon eery pc The he recedes repeated of the Sultans Friendship and InclinaeioBs towards himt Itisfaid that the lerBritannick and the States of t9 fetid the Ring 15 or 20OGO Men mais tain and purfae his Adytces troni Neubetfiliett us General Hfifhrted begun to batter 8 Defcrters come daily to and unanimoiifly that the Garir fon is funnUed Pfovifions for no as poffible in order to alarm the Duke of Set and prevent his fending Supplies into An Exprefs is arrived in the Army of the Empire frorp Prince Eugeney Orders to build Huts and Barracks for all the For ces on the who ate to continue in the Field as long as to favour the Operations of the Allies in during this will probably laft much longer than on Advice that the French in Alfae have formed a Defign to fend a ilrong Detachment to the Black forrefty Count Gronsfeidt has taken neceffary Pre cautions for the Security of all the Avenues and Pofts on that When the Earl had Audience oi the Eleftor and the he five them firm Affurances of the Queen his Mi refss and of Her to cflk tivate with them a much clofer Correfpondence than The Siege of dire and Ve nantt are fo far that we doubt not of the Surrender of both in a little The French had a Colonel and many Men kilTd in a late Sally by Hamilton who repulsci he left ajbppt 39 Men on his among wfeom was his One of our Bombs has blown up the Enemies Magazine on their Counter with fevefal of their Men and lofta Collodcl and many Men in a Sally from Letters from Pauline tlie Duke of Berwick not been abl6 to detach cohfiderable Number of Troops from tci afiiftKing becaufethe Allies threaten to fall and Winter there We ate allo afraidj that the 9 and 5 2 Regiments of Foot from Cer having about 80 Miles to a rifcjue of being cut off by the Cafalonian MlqueTets 3n4 others of Ring An Exprels arrived here 26th at in 7 Days from Dukes of Vehdome having with King were gone to the Army of the Marquis de which encamped near betwixt the Douro and Jlr but in no condition tb snake Head We are mightily afraid Confederates advance with their Army towarcfe andIf Ring Retire to fa Marlhal ViUmiftaid only one to the Waters f k J CA hasreceived to reftore and the Ciitiirinii with a iaFgeSuin iui me W iJC if ifeta

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