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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1810, Dublin, Dublin Fraw Tueffa to Stturdty December S foon as the Forces pf the Allies de cam pd the French retook the Fortreis of Mturienne9 in apd a bout they have feveral Battalions to Winter there Our Troops are ordered to abandon the Pofts which neral Rbubinier took laft and to retire on this fide Mount Cents fo that the French have be gun to demand Contributions on the Fron General fyebimlcr died fpme days ago un lamented by the Subjects of becaafe he gaveem a great deal of Jje was a Native of this Heer Envoy from the States of is to to haften the Imbarkatipn of the Troops Ibr Envoy frpm her Ma jefty of has Leave to re turn Tbe Imperial Troops which are to In tfcis begin to ar jtveirom but tfeey fuflered veiy their through tbe violent Kalns bad fbme time which liaye 1 Tte Regiment of Vaubonrie is at and the Officers have received Orders to hold fels hi a rcadinefe wttb Troops to be imbarkd to TJie Count de Taun continues fo much of the that tis believed the not fee atle to fot out Hie icgioning of tir nest Cwrfer ex s It m of Troops fnin tknc offhefr We way Number o not thinking himfelflecure enougb In Tis That an grcement will be made with feme jews to furniifli Prpvifions for our Army next fecattfegreat are made againftetir own In the mean The Kings In Tfuthnd and other are ordered to fend Prpvifions to this for the pf the Forces in and thofe quar tered incur Recrruits are raifing vith great Diligence for qur Which is to conf ft of 30000 befides 18000 fyliHtia ajjd our Army in Jfbrwaj is above 22000 Tfye and Tranfports are kept in readinefs againft next We hare Advice from rha t ijpoo Perfons died there in pne antf that the and are retired to the YaNeyf to avoid the TJielmpejial krpke up an from to ma rch in tp their yhich In the fame as ey were iaft Several advanced witb a to attacjk of bat ijie Generals jcen jTufh Precautions to fecnre tb iSneiny notdiftarb is their write from frerich 4pr ieceijrejj from Jis to Grifons forthe felzipg Srand lias written a top Senate Coire on that and tip eagues pfjbe 4id are t p that A a ty the wp Co that tine lying nvas rrtirkl frojn to tooef Jbat be rt udiich ha iihat the aPrlme dfccrf Ibe carctfui to ot his do np They yntc from t to Grand nters lip penal Court has ce Wis bein in Court Ufi ourt Ras t lis Itofy fqr ai league agajn rejl of Houfc of the that fa Men for the toAQUTe the ehie Allies frjcfni marching n Accpuiit riToripnSj curity of Mate it uke owr tjie tf r
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