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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1810, Dublin, Dublin From ING PWtys Army aflembling above this Town along the River Supplies of and Troops arrive daily from feveral This Day the Ring and the Duke went from hence for Abundance of Carriages are fummoned hither from Cafttle and Detachments are fent out to fecure thfc Pafles towards Jife Majefty intending tc march to that beeaufe he tends in need of the Magazines in Eftremxdura He has fent Cou riers to Seville and CWiribr Money but we appre the Allies have intercepted becaufe the Couriers are not come and our Correfpofldence with Andfilufr is cut Tis the Archduke marches with hismain Army along the to wards in order to fight the after he Js joyfled by the In theMagazines of were found fcooSuirsof 12000 Shirts and 500 Barrels of 4 50131 Canndn 19218 Gjena 10488 Bombs 50306Boxes of Mufquet 6886 6300 500 309 i252Swordsj with a quan tity of Piftol and other Military Ffiuuforti According to Advices from Alette Sfcbiefls of France are compelled to fur nifli immediatelyiwhat Corn and Money will be due from them next Year Their Army is preparing to go into and 12 Battalions and 17 Squadrons will bequarterd in They write from that the King or expels Penny of theRevenues and Toficffions belonging to his Se vere fixations are already made in manjr where hardly a Bed is left to the The Houfes atAflaar Xerpware taxed in18000 Livres3oe fides other rigorous great Ban ftept andVetired elfewhere for iv YefterdaySentence was pafled one of Who was concerned with intaiting in this which he is to be whipc publicklvand to be imprisoned for e SomeAdvices fayj that the for ces of that in Garifon having rer iufedtolet in Tome Mufcovite a Ditpute the latter were write that GrandMo the and tneCouncellors the rn teaious piftemper rages in that They write from and that the Dutch aad QtherMer chants Leave to from thence Avith their On arrived here from been fent hither by the Prince PleaOireirt relation for the PruffiarnrroppV intiie towCountries he is fince returned Inftructibns trorri Affair The Council have like wifchad under of WinterQuarters lor the of the 4th Prince of Arnkeim in The Court weat on Sunday laft into Mourning on account of theDeath of the Dutchefs of who was nearly related the late Queen of Paris The Kings Declaration for the Railing of the loth Part of every Perfons Revenue or Income throughout this is juft pub The Preamble of it is very Ic that Kings fincere Defire to make a com modious Peace for all indacd himto make fuch Steps as might that he had nothing more at than to procure the Repofeand Tranquil lity which fo many People demand and that the Offers he made having been publiihd by his Ene doimnifeft the Uprightnefs of his What follows is likewife very curious But the Tax is fo that we cannot read it without There are 12 which cut deep on the Right and without any There is another Declaration of the fame To reduce the Interefts of Ten to fiveotr and renew the Prorhifes of the Cheft ot To in fome all tbefe cnjel and deceive the is a 3d publifli to lower the Prrce of it is obfervable that at the fame time that the Price is every one is obligd to take a greater Quantity of Salt than and fo pays the fame as he did By this it plainly that France is fo bent upon the Continuation of the thattis impoffible he fliouldever have enter fa ind Thoughts of making They the Duke of Burgundy conformed hlmfelf to the Kings by giving bis Approbation to the afiifting of his Brother Duke of Thereis deal of News irbin Spain but tis fo difguisdjg that we cannot give you a Letters from that that Prince expected with a great deal of impatience 320000 Pieces of whicHwere fent him from that Sum had been defignd by the Con for buy ing up fome Men of Warto go to the bring home the Gafleoris under tbe According to our feveral of VVaj in thafHaTrbour arid at and the Marshal dtCaeutireS with Mefiieurs and BeUefontainey are fet OUt Poft fot They teB that this Armament is defigned to trahfjport fome Troap into thofe Parts of wherewith has no Communication by and to fayoiir the Execution of the of the Duke of in it they are ftippingpffa great quantity of make other Preparations for an Imbarkation of Orders are gfven to the oi the new Regir mertts that to ufe all poffible pili gencefot com plea ring the fame and they talk of augmenting our Cavalrywith 5 Men in each They write from the aLetter from the Governor of to the Marshal 4 had besfh whereia pretended totefl the That he couldhold outbut very few Days for want of Never as French Governors of Places hare made ufe of fucb Fetches before on purpofe to induce the Allies to flacken their or
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