Friday, October 10, 1710

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1810, Dublin, Dublin t 172 tjBLlK iip Prom to SAmrdi October September We have Advice from that the Inhabitants ofSarragof Etters frdin that the fa had made a free Gift to King Charles of Forces of the Allies being come 30020 Piftbiesj that his Majeliys Army into the Villey was reinforced with 3000 who were unhappily dilappointed ipok Service in the fame andtheGrofsof in their of entf ing Ms Army Was marched towards that Way into they had a ft Stpti They write from the cret Correfponce With a great of Frontiers of that King Charles had the SubjeAs of that Provence of whom a adually entred Great Prepara bove 4000 got together at 7 Miles tlons are making upon the Coafts of Pro out betrayed by one wnce for a corrliderable Tranfportation of MonH t who ejigaged be tbefr Troops and tis that if Shipping principal baViilg ob canbe got 30 Battalions of the Duke taine4a Pardon from and a profflife of Army will Embark for Spain Updri Ifiisthofe tuttis feard they will come ro poor betrayed People wereibofi Yefterday 1 of Prince and becaufe abundance of Arms and Am Nephews arrived here from j4rra was found in thdr Hmife and and went immediately the Army in the the French Officers made in the to give his Highnefsan a diligent fearchfor and imprifoned Account of the late Battle near all fuch as were fufpefted pn that and of the furprizing Progrefs of the Confe wbo tis thought will be put to Let derate Forces in The Roads along ters from GrendbU fay that feveral Rtgi the are ihfeftedby 400 French inena are ordered to hold hi a who are divided into feveral te march for to the fntall Parties They have and Orref of the who are afraid to carried to among other loft at leaft one half of their Men in fo long a great who canle from Atx la a march after a during which petit in a Coach with 6 and was they have fufferdvery having beeft tho me produced a good obliged to contiaae all along in the Moun The write from that the Forces of the Allieshave fuflWed much by the io Ltttefs from tingle that thfe Dilpofition or the The Muf kft Vizrer would prove very prejudicial to covy has lent a Letter to the Ottoman the Iftterefts arid itefigns of the King of that he Is amazed that Sweden and that the Tihoops of the Wey the Grand Signior is inclined to allow the to foriake his King of Smdenan Army of 50000 Turks aa4 feek out for anew and him to his own lefsthey were better and therefore acquaints the from teftngarfr that Count forgats by Pott that his Cfcarian Majefty on Prince Ragatskfe a feeond time ly powerfully aflift but alfo invade ted at tite Caftle of AftmgnttSt Up6fl a Turkey with a numerous if his Swe he had fonie IDeiign againft the dilh Majefry be conduded to the Frontiers iaicl We are afllif that the 0if cif by a Guard exceeding i ooo between this Court and that ot bat pfomifes ill that that neither his Turin is CyWii or Our ftlllVtry ftatiin the ieait obflrucl that Princes ttothifig ffmtfcrial ftom our advifed from that lite Advices from theSfiltan haspofitively that he that the Confederate Aririy having WjH oblttve punctually the Treaty refteti was afid advifes the King tfStoeden to go ed towards Madrid and thattlte toenry the Emperors Hereditary Domi f the 2pth uf the fame niotisto his A Contagious Diftern ptr ftill in and the cent

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