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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1810, Dublin, Dublin z Since tmr laft arrived Tfr6 Which Bought GrtatBri N Exprefs arrived here 5 Days afo from and brought that ihe Armies on both fides irfere gone into Winter Charters 5 that of King whichi Confiftsof about 7606 Horfe and 16000 being cantoned in the Places between and a1 rid the Dttkedf in The have fcfry of Horfe in t6 fo cut oiFfhe Communication between our aiid this King His Catholrck Majefty thnfttog his Prefehce neceffary at this tnnfe hi fet oWt the rtth of November for being by a Guard of 60 artd a fUgimtfnt of Upon this fome Perfons a Diftur bance at wMth was Iboti wiffiout any ill Conferences doriYdoubt but that the French Will take Occafion from thence to let witfciriiicli the fitu ation of the Duke of Affairs itt Spain tho are well arWdj that the AVmy of his CaWhck Majeftyis ft ifrbftgly poftetf that ami fo piienttfidty withH thit be under of WfnJ roftfcq Entitty to qmttheir this Winterin but may waitfor the Sntcours from Italy and GrimBritain to thdr Affijance frorh the Kins of ivh6 With k jj f ii i His marched giment of and of which confifts1 of idbb ttif where he1 arrived part of the at Vulfecasy and btheif Tw but of the They that and left only the placed a gotiif Guard there foi4 its A Ga rifon of is put intb finder tht CommalKJ of Cbrinf 4s Governor 6f tfjat Armf made this theNeighboiirhbodof Mtefttf being incited1by of the gaver out that were iretfring gantotry but Long liVe This ffy ftay fome to the Precautions tor fUch Diforderlij whfcH Wer6 fddn Whefi Pcopie faw that our Forces went no further than the Qiiarters had tfiore JKs tfte1aase to wkh mnf only fomldrihdeesV The of tiie Brito of the River from and then retired to their reipeetive QuartefirThe City is very tified5 provided wicH who De ged December Thefeveral Detachments which had been fent inte the as far as and o ther having raifcd considerable Contributi and brought together great quantities of fo chat there were Magazines fufficienttofupply our Army for the whole The Duke of Forces aregote into Winter Quarters in oidCaftUk and the Body of Troops which were about being 6 or 7 Regiments of were cantoned in from Ttxada near the Bridge of to hoping by that means to hinder the Communication between Toledo and this King Three Battalions are in Garifon at 7 in and one in but no Troops are fent into The Marquis fe Bay arrived the 2d Inftant at Letters from Camitdeck of the ipth that the Palatine of im returned lately to Bender from with a confide fable Sum of which was immediately diftri buted among the Swedish and Polith and then he fet out again from thence for the Ottoman Court in Company with the Han of They write from that a French is arrived and that the Czar of Mufcovy way expelled about the beginning of with the Duke of Courhnd and his Niece to Bis Czarifh Ma This fo very healthy ttiatuotwithftand iag the extraordinary number of People the Refi dence of his Polifli Majefty has brought the Burials for the laft Week amounted but to 275 to that tlsBoftdihe King Witt reftore the Liberty Cbmiftiercie Ijfs Subjefts and this Frdntiers of tbrky iay that tfie Han of fiis Arrival ztCwftantitooplei has received the Pr6fent o which is ufually giveli bythe of wlen tliey intend to make Waragainft the Chriftian The litofcoyite and Polifh lliniftefiJ that their Mafterr have certain the Turks make great Preparations of and1 Aerejfore liave renewed their that Nettralfty of Empire fe fully fettled that the fame b0irig long as tfii King of has not ccinfented tcr their Czariih and Polifli Majefties cannot in Prudence de the bf riecenary Meafures A Come refnfce fome Days be Coiintf Deputies of the Gfe SwediftiMinifter had decla tfhaf was gone to Ben fa 6tftWerJartoftWe Regency of Smtden to bring the Ratification of the Projea of Neutrality agreed toby as it revived that to prevent all this Majefty ftould be deBted to fenda Miniver to to communicate of that Prbjeft of Neir trafity to tfie Iting andTdefire a plain arid pofitive Declajration about that the fald thett3 Xiijifufes The Advice that one of tbtir Fri toan Anchor before thr Caffle of panofWar pretended to force and to bine time fin ce are UOC fet tMr Higft Mightiheffes have this SubpftAand thkt tKe Daiiiffi whrliaNi arronter i anfrinthe next v will bepleafedto forbid his Men of W
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