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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1810, Dublin, Dublin Yyy The From Saturday November i1 to Taejda November Since our laft arrived Four Packets from GreatBri which brought Two Holland and Three Oflend Oftober N the 20th Inftant the Army of the Allies broke up from and began to March towafds the Valley of having left behind them a fufficient Strength for the Security of the Fron tierTrhe Difpofition of his Royal Highnefs s Cavalry in their feveral Quarters will that they may be able at 2 Days warning to and form themferves into a Body upon The Imperial Cavalryis to ftay at Poncaher near till the return of the Count de Harach with the Repartition of the Winter Quarters from The Marquis de a LieutenantGe neral in his Royal Highnefss died lately at a Scathe bad near this They write from that a Neapolitan Ship had lately 3 French and carried them and that 3 French Men of War and 2 Privateers were Cruifing in the Channel of with a defign to intercept a Fleet laden with Corn and ex from They write from that Sir lokn Norris was returned with his Squadron in to PonMsbon that put their Dey to and fubftituted another in his Place that the French Convoy from confifting ot 40 and bound to the Levant to lead with had been feen in the and that the a Zealand had brought into that Port a French Ship called the carry ing 22 which he near the Height of Monaco after a warm the French Captain and a Sailor were and feveral November The great Detachment of his Maieftys Troops Parts marches with all poffible fpeed jowards and the the Dujke of Berwick fpeediiy to The King has and aie the Keys T of to be new fortified and for that fome Thousands of Peafants are already fummoned to Prefiing ot Young Men in to the Kings Service on with more Vigour than ever which occafions abundance of them According to ces f roni they eontinne their jrepara tionsfori Detect into Schonen but the feem fo Uttle apprehenfive of that theyhave de tached 10090 Men from that Da nih Fleet is returned to upoit Aqvjce that Fleet is returned to the biggeft Ships to be laid Letters from thatjan Eaglife Ship being arrived in that Harbour with was with Djfcharge of the being the only Ship of tliat Nation that has been in thofc parts this Private Mvices from Via that one Don in the feginTeot of hrt one that beingadvancedwitlimaMile of Horfe to take a view of fomePofts on that tell in with 5CQHorfeof the EnenEvyr Danger of being loft many but that Letter gives no particulars of his and that his Men fought with fo much that the Enemy had 100 Men killd and 40 takenprifo but of this Action we muft expect a further Account by our next Other Letters that there has been a third in in which the Army of King Philip was entirely atfd the Duke of Vendome with feveral other Par What Ground there is for this we cannot but this and the Private Letter from make People that there has been fome Aftion in Spain to our Novenb The Court of Germains being Icarce of the King fent them Two Millions of Livreson Friday laft by Our Army is to and to be fent to Garifonsthis iince the Governor of Aire has The Governours of all our Frontier Towns in Alfoce and Flanders are to be here on the 20th to give the King an Account of the State of their Letters from Vittoria of the 28th of and from Pampelona the King Philip was to ccncinue with his Army for fome Days near where they were continually reinforced by New Thefe Letters the of Vendome miffed narrowly being taken by while he viewed the Paffes of the HiU of near Twas the Marquis de Bay would join King Phillips Army the 4th or of this Month after his Majefly would march towards the Enemies which lay incampd about on the River Cuadars about a Mile from Some Letrers Navane That City had furrendred to the E after a Blockade of a few for want of We hear nothing of the Motions of the Letters from the 5th That on the4th Augerre faitd thence with 2 Men of War and 2 Frigats to reinforce Squa dron 6f du Cajje at From tJe Camp before On Friday Night laft our Bridges to the Breaches in the Baftion and Curtain on the fide of Latnbre were alrndft and we fhould have been ready to begin thofe on the fide of Qxcntin fije next but were prevented by Moniieur Goefbriaxd the Governors beating the Chamade between 5 and 6 in the and defiring to Capitulate thd Hoftages were exchanged about ten the Befieged fent out a a a and a and we fent into the Town 4 Officers of the like Quality the former came yefterday Morning to his Grace Duke of Marlborongks where the Capitulation was figned in the By which the Town and the Fort Francois to be delivered to us a Gate of each was put into our Poffeffion laft and the Ga rifon is to March out to to be conducted fo We hall be obliged to continue here a few to demoliih our theWorks of the fo as to leave it in a Po ftureof and then the Troops wiH marching towards their Winter a and Son of the iate VeltMarlhal d is appointed Governor of The Subftance of the Articles iscontained Tn the following The Gate of Arras is immediately upon Signing the Articles to be delivered up to the All Atts of Hoftflityare to and Care fhall be taken prevent any Diforders from the Officersfor Soldiers on the one fide or the The Garifon ftall March out the nth ultra 1 Marks
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