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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 23, 1810, Dublin, Dublin From Saturday December December Since our laft arrived One Packet from GreatBri which brought the following November E have Advice from our Gamp before in the Kingdom of that our Men propofe to reduce that Place in a ftort time by and that they have taken and feveral other Places of The Mique lets have blocked up and the Gan fons of which Places are daiJy diminiihed bySicknefs and We hear from that the Regiment of Schoben have taken the Caitle of Cbri at the Foot of the Pyrenem and that the Town aadFortrefs of Can franc yielded the 2Ath of laft Month by whereby the Enemies Forces at are deprived of all Succours from the fide of Major General Elliot our Governor having refolved attack the Spamfh Troops which block up this or rather obferre our detached for that fervice 100 Spaniards and a Englifh all under the Command1 ot Coflonel James They marched out the gd inftant at and the Spa niards were Tent by Water to land near and attack them in the while Cbflonel GranwUe marched out with his Grenadiers at the Land This Attack was carried on with fo much that we killed io and took the Commanding Officer with his Lieutenant and 35 Men without the lofs of one and Sir Boben fab being Tent at 5 in the Morning to reinforce Coltonel they burnt the Spanifh from whenceour Men Letters from the 4th inftant tell that Ring HiUf arrived at Ma bid the Day and gave a long Account of his Reception but the Court has not yet received atvy Exprefs from that Thofe letters that the Allies quitted Toledo the 19th of November hut by an Exprefs difpatched by the Dnke of Ven with Letters dated of the fame from the Camp tfTJatoera de Ad vice that they continued therein till the 28th ot the fame Month in the Evening 5and thete Creditthan Thefe that the Allies are retiring towards AfTogoni iut they gie0o certain Account ot their Letters from in Arragm the 4th is that the 12 Battalions arrived at Patnpekna from received Orders from the Duke of to march towards the forIecunng the Paffes qf and hinder the Enemy trom repafling the which they did with To much thaton the 29ch they arrived before a little in on the River whith they and4ooMiqueletswho were there all put to the Swor4That Army was to from whence were not theii above the Officer who if the Allieshave not that they hope to prevent and a good Atcoairt but as that Letter from oined they ajre v IMGo has fen t Detachments to break dpwft the Bridges other Neighbouring and feizfeafl tV Boats on the Ebrof that the Enemy may not conveniently pafs that and fo that being retarded in their King Philip may have time to overtake them but all thefe Advices being grounded on bare deferve little Tis the Queen of Spain being defignsto come to Banieresin to ufe the Waters of that and that fhe will bring along with her the Prince of the The Duke tfVendotne defires that an able Minifter be fpeedily fent as Ambaflador to the Court of to affift King Philip in the Management of his Af and efpecially of the which he re prefems to be in fuch a that rhereeftablilh ing of the fame in his above the Capa city of the Upon the Reprefentation s made by the Magiftrates of and the In tendant of that the Interruption ofCom inerce with the Dutch will be highly prejudicial to that we hear the King has been pleafed to allow the Ships of that Nation a further time to lade Wines and we are they begin to repent at to have published any Prohibition in that re out of Complaifance to a certain Minifter who that this would occafion fome and even an in All the Parlia ments of the Kingdom have confented to the Tax of the Tenth and the Minifters are about bor rowing fonte Millions of JLivres upon the Credit of that which are to be applyed to the Recruit ing of our Forces but Money is o or at leaft People are fo unwilling to advance any on this and other that this Affair will meet with a world of They begun however onTuef day laft fome Money to the Officers to begin their Letters from Perpjgnan that the Sbge of Gironne is fefolved and that the Duke was the or inftant to inveft that wherein there are but 20OoMen but yet many are of that ifee Siege win be to a more convenient The Printe of Sduty left Amflerdam on Sunday the and proceed ed on bis Journey to Monfieur de Botbmar returned hither the fame Day from having been obiigd by contrary Winds to put back he had been out at Sea as far as Geerie in his Way to England He intends now to ftay till the Duke of Marlborougb who waits only for the firft favourable Opportunity of a good Wind to embark for that Admiral wlKi Commands the Squadron defignd for the Me with all the Officers belonging to thofe has been on Board thefe feveral arid is only detaind by contrary which have been of late very violent upon thefe The Money which is reqfciftte for raifing Recruits will very foon be diftrifcuted among the who have receivd repeated Orders to have their Companies coinpleat by the 25 th of March On pain of be ing The States of Holland feparated for fome time on Saturday having firft feveral Military Offices that and a greed to a Refolution of fending Tome Battalions in to to reinforce the Army of King which no be approvd of by the States Our Betters from France make mention of his Retreat with intojrragon Tfjey his iajefly having commanded Toledo be abandoned on the 28th dfthe laft marchM himielffirft with a Body of 1000 Hqrfe giving Orders for the reft of his whkb they pretend ace reducd to to fdBow foon afteri atlif fnst
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