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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1810, Dublin, Dublin X x x 57 to Saturday Qtfober Since our laft arrived One Packet from GreatBri which brought One and One Oflend with the following 1S Royal Highnefs having had no Re turns of his Fever tbefe 4 days is In a good way of The Cavalry of the Allies is ftill cantoned on this fide the Po the Villages on the otheriide are to furnift their contingent of Forage and large Magazines of Hay are erecting at and other Places be tween this City and Tis that part of the Confederate Horfe are to quarter this Winter in the Dutchy of Tis that the Troops beingprovided with are to con tinue in the Field as long as to prevent the Enemies fending any Detachments to An Exprefs is arrivd at Milan from the Court ot with the Emperors Orders relating to Regi ments that are to be fhipt off at to reinforce Ring The departure of rcndorf for the is fixd to the i6th Jnd in the mean time there are daily Conferences ac Court to draw up the Inftruftious of that Upon the arrival ot art from the Imperial Envoy in the Emperor held a Council with his chief and the fame Exgfefs was dif patchd back to the with the final Rejoluti ons of this in relation to the number of Troops to be fent into and their Mainte nance in that Our Advices from CoAftan nnopk that the new Grand Vizier is arrived The Foreign Minifters conjecture from his that he will prevent any Rupture with theChriftian andchat cheKiagof who is to continue all the Winter ffi will not fucceed in his defign of ingaging the Port efpoufc his Party againft the Though we had forte Ex peOations that the Two Fleets would come toano ther we are now affured they were not within 2 Leagues of each The returned to their former and the Swedes lye at prefent before Enfled where they have late ly received a The Camp is at length this and his Jefty has ordered Teiits to be pfovided for Mnlelt and all the A Dutch Convoy came la Weekfrom into and lies ready to returnhome withthefirft hear that the Dute of Berwick has leftthe and that tjie Enemy havebegun to canton their A and 10 Squadrons of our Army in thofe a reordered to begmvtheir March to by way of We have Account and Tote thatthe Enemy having left and borrowed abundance of marchinglalong ta theFrontiers of in order tojoyn the Duke de Nwittes proceeded on his Return a bout the Forcesbe to fend to the AMiftanee ofKing Philip In this Let ters from of the Tampelonz of tlie ioth3 and Bayonne of the we begin ro have better hopes of our Affairs in Spaing for our Courtiers give that Ring Philips Army being reinforced from is now i6oooftrong that the Duke of Vendorne arrived on the 6th at ibaz near and defigned to pafs the River Tonnes the flext Army conti nues their March along the which is of great ufe to them for tranfporting their Our Army fuffers much for want of which has reduced our Horfe to a very mean Condition but we fuppiofe tis the fame with the which will incommode them in their We are levying 36 new Battalions with all take up all Vaga bonds in the and Force many others fnto the The Dnkes of Burgundy and many of the are to go on the 29th to where they are to divert themfeives by Hunting with the Elector of The States of this Principality are fuffifiioned to meet rieit to draw up an AHfet tda Letter fent them by Prince who em to prepare fot feveral Imperial Regi We hear from that fome Heffians and commanded by Major attacked laft Friday a French and killd and took moft of them but the in their Retreat ufed the In habitants of the Village of Efcb in a barbarous man The in the Battle near tetagnfiii wasdiminifhed to is expected in the City to be recruited pere this frOfn the Cariip At the Attack on ttfe fide of Latmre we have puffied one of our Saps into the Place of Arms of the Salliant Angle before the Ravelin our other 5 Saps vanced atong the within a of the We have likewife of and the othef of 3 Pieces of Can to ftaak the Cover and ruin the Ene mys Communications j rthe latter began to Fire thiis as the other will to On the fide of our Attack has been retard ed by the great tvhich ftill continue jt howe ver we bave fin ifried our 5 Bridges over Ditch between the Angle of the Baftion of and that of the Ravelin which covers the Port of Ar The Sluices which the Enemy broke at Ve duf ing theSiege of that being repair and the Paffage of the Lys the Boats with Ammunition and Provjfions do now come up to the Camp and we a re fend ing a way the heavieft of our Field Pieces to he put on Board the Roads in this Countrt after a Rainy impra clicabte for Carriage pffb great a The Duke of Anjoa is in a great Con frerriation upon the March of King Charles to joyn the Portugueze fearing that the Aliies will Jfoflefs themfeives of Bada and other and fo open a free Communi cation from Portugal to thereby to receive their Succours with1 greater and be JD bliged to fend them in Tranfports up the Afedber Yeftefday Geti Otdbgaa communi cated to otir theCopy of Letter which Prince lately received from France that and other Places in the had decferdfor HI The French having kfc
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