Dublin Gazette, October 28, 1710

Dublin Gazette

October 28, 1710

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 28, 1710

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Friday, October 24, 1710

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1810, Dublin, Dublin UBLIK From SAt ttrdayOftobfr to fuefda Qttofar 31 Since our laft arrived Two Packets from Greatfyi and were preparing to pafs that River in or the latter brought TWO Holland and Two dec to join The Dnke de jiontiles Offend 1S to tet out for the 25th but he can do nothing this Winter for want of Oftober The laft from That the King of was gone from thence with the Duke Dvices from that they have of Vendotne to march towards Szlantaxcay the ap a Report that the City of Valencia has pointed Rendezvous for all his who are to fubmitted to King upon the be joined there by f uch as lately blockM up approach otfome Troops which Admi aad covered where they have only ral If landed on that and left 200 Tis faid the Army of KingCforto that that Admiral was to fail for the Goaft of Pro is to pin that of the Portuguese near toobferve the Squadron the French are fit The SpaniCh who are in retire ting out at Tboulon and Thofe Letters make no mention of the taking of Balaguer by the to the other iide the having left fufficient Garrifonsin the fortified Towns And 2 Battalions Garifon of of which we had an account are detachedfrom thence to reinforce the Garifon here by our Advices from the Frontiers of of Cadfy We hear irom That part of the fo that tis believed that Report will prove groundTroops which were marching from are The Confederate Army under the Count de gone back to the to ftay there the remaining Tdan is to feperate the or 16th Gepart of this rreral who come lately fttom Naphi with the Lettersfrom ItejwwMroftbeiSth Regiments of Taun is returning thi that feveral Perfons belonging to the ther with all poflible by etprefs Order of the who coud find neither Provisions nor Lodg The Duke Of Sxuny is ftiil very beeaufethe Place is too were but begun yeftetday to appear in come thither and that the Mules which brought The Duke of Berwick has tfdtyet made any Detach thitfcer the Equipage of he aad ricliieft ments for Spaift but our laft Advices fayV that he of the Spatiifh werefent back to given Orders to Battalions and 4 Regiments in their way to for the ufe of of to begirt their March for the Army Severn Grandees are gone to jSth about which time he is to fetid the Bilboa9znd others to fontambia and reft of under his Command into their The the Prince of were like wife willing to have gone to in order to have OutAdvices from Conftanti gone from thence to the but the notite confirm our former Accounts of the general King was againft left the withdrawing of the DiffatisfacVtdo of the Turksj upon tfce Depofifion of the and fo many of the Grandees the late Vifier and tta Jne Mijiifters at the out of the fliould too much difcourage the Port were irt fear of an Jnfurreftion in favotir ofthe tiut there being a great Scarcity of Provi pFefent Sultans a yoiJng of ffn fions moft of the Court will come to active and Tjie jSun Our Letters from Spjin are not but who Commanded in Newhaufel du there is a that SeviUehas furrendred to the ring the late upcm the Surrender of The King held lately a CabinetCouncil that Place to the imperialifta condufred to the Affairs of Spain and upon the preffing In Camp oi the he has there received ftances of the Duke de twas refoived to Sentence of for that he propofed to deliver Atppbyt King and to fend from Dauphin to up the Town foonerthan became is thought as foon as 36 and 8 the Armies on wM feperate in afew with the 13 Battalions and 20 and it H that tfie French to Squadrons there will make a fend 12 Batfalions arid 17 Sqiiadrohs in In the mean time the Duke of Noailles is the frahcbe goaeto ftoitffitton j and tis given that our Af Paris 24 Bellas the Levy of 12 new fairs vfcSptin may ftill be de Tony is of more Troops are to rMfed returnd from the Eleftor of Bavaria ztCompiegne anfthe trttendarfts are ordered tb take tnat all and bas lent a Courier to the Duke of Berwick to ha fach Perfons on he Lot falls hall ferve two ften the Detachment The Duke but if a Peace be concluded within that CouriertoKing to give timetfesv are cobe ffeemptettf0r 5 Yeats frofffall him an Account of the Refolutions taken here in Taxes Yeiierday the MaY quis de Tom et outsfbr Jtrajtfers wiSSi tlicRepaViifwn from before 27 the for our which is ro on the Attack orf thefide of Lzmhe are now all ad feocrate frrfWlfthe28thT Moft of our Troops will to the Palift and want only a few Pa he in the Bolog cesofibeing joirred the Coveredway in the rfriofc amf pictrfa We hfe mean rime the Lodgment hi of Arms on Thac our forces there are mailed to their refpe the Angle before is confidera ercept about Scoo who are to and laft Night we openedthe Sap conrinue near whicB was carriedrotind the Angle the lert the Fletdv Several have ob Ravelin and the f and this Morning about rainei karetoi for wlie our ftbfr and Gra ther of h to go Letters the Enemyquitted the Place of ia ivith whie4i toftake Poftj and make a Lodg liis was ftill near on The Cannon of our new Batte would ftay there wait tlie Arrival of the Bridge of Communicati the Arrillcry which movesover the battering the Face of the Ravelin flowV Enemys Army was in At the Attack on the Ode Quen rhe from near the tin aUtheBridges are and the Lodgments ;