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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1810, Dublin, Dublin X From 21 to Qffofar On the 2d arrived a Packet from which Brought i Holland and i Qttober H E Duke tfc Nozilks is every Moment expefted here from All the French Troops in this are af fembling at Tordera9 6 Leagues to the Number of 5000 and 6 Re giments of Horieand in order rp pafs the upon the WotiSess and make a Diveriion in in favour oi the Duke of The Emperor has ordered a Levy of 20000 and 10000 to rein force his Armies in the pied Naples and Four Regiments are to march from fupuly the room of fuch as are to be traafported to We hear from that a pelign bad been formed to fur prize that and fome other Places in the pof feffion ot the it was and By a Letter from the Britiffr AmbafTa dor at it fhat the Hew Prime Vizier is arrived and inclined Peace fo that theKjngof Swejltn will not be afiift edby the Turks in fuch a manner as he Letters from PJiris they had Advice from that on the 21 ft of laft 2000 Confederate Horfe and Foot ar rived at Madrid and tocoo more Between that City and with the Remainder of the defeated Troops of cpRtinued in the Mountain of Goudaft The S pa nifh Troops ex there from confiftcd of 3000 Horfe and 6000 who began to march the 23d of and 12 Cannon were fending thither from fo that expefted will form another Ar to be commanded by the Duke vvhilft the Duke de Noulks is to makea Diverfionoii the fide qf Tisfaid the Roman Cantons intend tq have a particular Meeting about the defperate of King whom rafhlyowndagainft the Advice and Remoa oEfeveral Princes and Igre fter of Peters who excited Burgiie againftour and chiefly occafioncd bar unhappy Commotions and was Yefterdajr fentencd to Jjedeprievedof his Benefijcesand Eccle fidftical and tp be imprifoned The other Perferi that were concerned with this In are to receive their Sentence in a and afterwards looo Men of the Forces of the are to march out this We have Advice from livopia that the Town of exkolm has furrendred to the all the Swedes in GarifoQ tljere have lifed themfelves in the Czars who are to from tfa fyrpp before The at the Attack on being joined the i8tjti at enlarged and perfected the aruj raacfc 5 Overtures order to lay tije we this the wet and jf make our Approaches very On the fide of JLwfcre all the Bridges over the DJrch are fmifhedj and we have carried onfeveral Saps front cur Lodgments on the other which are advan ce4 within a fear Paces of the and we have already made very practicable Breaches at both The Marflial d Hzrcoun having marched all his Troops over the Cancke has feat part of the Houfliold away to their Winter cantoned the Horfe Country between the Canebe and the Awe and encamped tfee Foot in one Line from Heiiniv Monireuily havisg his Head Quarters at Andre A Courier from Spain has brought that the Enemy having quitted are marching towards TaUuerz la on the TaguSy to meet the The King of accompanied by the Duke of is gone towards to joyn his Tis advifed from that 3 Regiments are gone to and to in Arrazpn and other Troojs were gone to and to iupply the room Garifbns who are to joyn the Kings The Stares of Eifcay haye offered to raife and maintain a Number AH the French Troops that were In and near being Battalions of Foot and 6 Regi ments of are to be reinforced by a Body of Troops from to be commanded by the Duke de NozitteSy who is to march info Twelve Men of War are equipt at where 3 other Men of War and 2 Frigots are expecle4 from Marfeiflesy upon fome which is kept fe Some Letters from Bayonne rhar the Confederate Army is marched from tlie Neighbour hood of Madrid the to as is the 6000 Men that are marching from to King Phi lip had Duero towards and had gained 3 Marches of the but it feemed almoft impoflibleto prevent the Conjunction of the Army with that of the tfye Duke of will hazard a the Lofs of which will prove fatal to Tis that Philip hastet at Liberty 3000 Slaves t that were ia the on condition that they lift themfelves in his t The Squadron cf Dutch Merr of which has been this Summer in the Medi terraneqny under tjie Command cf Admiral Sorx arrived in our Harbours Tome Days ago the Orders that were fen t to that Admiral to con tinue in thofe being not arrived at Gewa be fore his fo thaUteotljer Squadron is fir ting out with all pcfiible to be fen t thi which is fo neceflary in tJrte prefent the French are fit ting of War at to hinder the Tranfportation of any Troops from itdy to re inforce the King of An Exprefs jf arrived here from with Orders for Monfieur Viali9 that to go for to reclaim two Genoefe taken by the but as that Minifter was jet out to return home by the way of that Exprefs is gone for and will overtake him in that Our from Spiiu by they way of fraacta are founcertaia and that they are not much to be sarded i but what they tis from Par that is W i
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