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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1810, Dublin, Dublin USL1JN From JuejdtyNovember to Saturday November 1710 j On the i6th arrived One Packet from Great which brought the following Vienna y November U R Letters from Hungary tell that fmce the Surrender ot Neubzufel the Malecontertts have not made Arch fre quent Inourfions as Two of their Generals and feveral arecomeover to the and fome of them with the entire Companies under their When it was generally thought the Imperial Fortes were gone into their and that the Campaign was concluded bothfidjs General CvfMi having placed himlelf ac the Heatl fuch Troops as quartered on the River and being joined by other Forces from theadjacent he marched direaiy to where he was informed the Counts Bernini and ta kea up On the ipth of the laft Month he came before and found the Malecontencs had abandoned and that and Caroh were re tired to Veriffnarwn whereupon leaving Prince Regiment at heconcinu ed his March towards and came with io much Expedition up to that being unprepared for a it immediately furrendred upon Ar it is hoped the Poffeffion of thisTown1 will enable that General to drive the Enemy out of the other Places they hold on the whilft Gene ral SieenviBe advances on this fide with theTrpops in Tranfilvania to attack They write from that no Perfon had as yerbeen ap pointed to fucceed the late but that the Cai macHan continued fuch till the Grand Sig niors PleAfure was further Thefe Letters that every thing there was itrpterfecl Tranqui without the leaft of any warlike The Emperor is in frequent Confe rences with his and it is hoped fuch Meafures will be as will enable the Troops to be early in the Field the next Letters from Geneva of the 71 ft tfollober aflure that the Army of the Allies having been obliged becaufe not able to endure the Cold of the Mountains any the Duke has laft made a Detachment of the Troops under his have begun their March in order to joyn the Duke of Noaifcs in By Lifts the French have given Detachment confifts of Squadrons and 36 and is aid to be intended to enable the French Forces on the take the Siege of Girofinei while the Duke oiyeadome obferves hisCatholick Majefty3s ftretnaiiura but cannot believe that Detach ment is fo confiderable as it is till we have itconfirmed bythe way tera frQm JBweJona of the i fh paft Jiaye iSuJbmiffipn that heM Pardpn the Grar deesaflst oiltersy w ho Ihajl fubmit to within after which of and if they tjiey all ijie Severity their Novejtjby The Camp broke upther 7th and the Troops are filing off to their refpeftive thofe that belong to this Town are already come Foiir Men of War and 2 Frigats are to be fent to under the Com mand of Admiral to guard home the Eaft and and feveral other Merchant that have Iain fome timein the feveral Ports of that in expectation of a Our laft Advices from Sweden tell the Contagion be gins already to abate at that they were in when the Froft it would ceaie The Army of the Empire beingready to break up From their Cairip at hin in order to March into they are fending the heavy Artillery to Latvian and The French have already begun to and the Marfhal de having left the Command of the to the Cpunt de is fet out from his Head Quarters at Solenbach for the French The Enemy1 give that fome of their Troops that have ferved this Campaign on the are iiarch very fpeddily into Patrisy All Difcpurfe is about the Expedition of the5 puke of a gainft Catalonia we flatter our felves will contribute very much to an entire of the Afeirs of King whole Army isfaid to cpnfiftof2oooo which are to be joyned by 6000 more after he is1 to march direftly to wards the In the mean tis That theCaftilians have had another as fatal as that of Duke of Ven dotne was miffing and tis he is either killd or taken but this Report is We have an Account from That the Enemy ha ving formed a Body of Troops to fecure the Pafles bet ween CafliJe and fucceeded fo that the Town which lies half way between Madrid and Valencia and between the Rivulets Za and Cue and feverai fteep and un acceffible Mountains yielded unto them by they will ftreighten feveral o ther important which arc ftill faithful to King From the Camp at The Garifon vfAire upon the Solicitation of the a Day allowed them more than was agreed to by the to provide Carriages and marched out yeiterday The whole JBpdyconfiffed of 15 Battalions of and Squdrons of amounting to no more than 3528 their Cumbers haying been much during the and there belides thole that were killed 1506 wounded left behind in the As fbpn fta4 evacuated the the with J Battaiions agpoiiited Joe the Winter and letacjfeipenits iinne4iately ordered clear the and5 wortrupon fuch other Reparations as necejlaryl antf the Troops that have Been in leveUing our jjnifted their pifgofition is already mide for the Winter Cjgar and It is March da
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