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   Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - January 22, 1808, Dublin, Dublin                                January^ 1 ^^^^'^^^^mmmtm^m Francis Dickfon* : Containing a IMPARTIAL OF Foreign and ... �*yy,��t  "itrfn � >____ Saturday,. Jasutfpf-ttleuzU, "r^8, SiWe �7 lafttrrLved 3 Briti/h z Lisbon andm Qftend Afcf/j, Viz. ;'8fflioprick Dioceie, rhe Church and Chapter of the Liibon^ f&nnjry                     ...Catfcetjral;-*rrh all the oilier Churches, Abbies, f>ri^ Och Armies continue very qmeton theFrontierj) ones, Holpitalv & *rom whence we hear, That our Parties have both Sexe ill*Jibe maintain'cfin all their Pirn/lieges, 1 of late made an Exoiriion into the Energies Immunities, &c. .    Countries, and brought oft* a considerable IV. That the Town of Ghent, with their Di- Booty of Catle and Corn.  Great Preparations are ilnct, {hail be pruerved in all their Privileges, i uf- made here for opening the Campaign by the latter end toms , Freedoms , &c  as in the Reign of King of next Month.   Abundance of Men have b'een Lifted Chirks il. here ior the Regiments in the Q*ieeii:of Greats Britain* ;   V. That all Magiftrates, Officers and Offices, -efrabli= IJay, which are to be qornmandtd by PortugtSeze Co- died during the Reign of King Charles II. fhall be lonels,atfd ier- fefs the fame, (hall be continued or'alter d, as (nail chant Ships bound tori he Stre'ights, failed'with a fair; be found mod convenient ior the Service of King -Wind* Ca^taiaifiBBttltoni Commtptferof the Lenox> Charles III. has brought in a Brazile Ship, which he retook from, VI. That all Loam (hzllbt maintained , as alio all fie* the French, atter having1 her if days in their Poifeilion. red itary Offices and Places for Lie, as they uerein TfieEipedition Ma* of War is come iri here from the the Retgnof King Charles, II. andfince, till it was laft Weil Indies and isrichly laden, and has to the Value taken by jthe Enemy. of 100000 1. Jtert. on Board.                        . VII. That all other Stares, Offices, Riches and Dos Mtttcrfa fan* n* VVe hear from Grenoble of t/K mains, mortgag'd by bis Cachelick Majeity wi-bin the i8tfi oi December, That befidts %ooo Men, which laid Town, Ihali remain rothe Owners and Mortgagees, ibme lew VVeeksago march'd from that Country to the fame alio ot the bailiwick ot Oud'/oocrg.   Gran*, the Netherlands. >i>ix Regiments more of Foot aQd ted as above, to the day that the French Jaft took tha Horle are ordered to haflen thither without lofs of Town. Time^'and Commiffaries are gone before, to furnifh VIII. That all Obligations, Afts, Difpolitions'and 'em wjth neceflary Provisions.           ^ Debts; that have been "hitherto made for the Service ' Sfr$bvrgf Dec %u Tefterday the Duke o/ Berwick (hall be fully performed, and take Place.  Granted as fet out tor ,Huroiingen, to view a great Number of above, and no farther. Horfes brought thither from Switferiand.  TheTroops which he order'd lately to march to the Netherlands, confTlf of t-6 Battalions and 3? Squadrons. Parity-fin* 6, The Prince of Conti 1$ recovering., Our Courtiers talk of Propofitions of Peace to bt made to the Allies, and particularly that the King will offetthe >tates^Qeaieral a certain Bafriere, with iome favourable Conditions on which their ^ubjeds may Trade to the Wcii, Indies.   T^e lols of G ;ent and IX ThataJl Provoilfhips, Aflerr.!)'ies and; Commu-_nities, as alio ail Gentlemen and other Hurghers, or Inhabitants of the- Town, Bailiwick, and CalfeiJany, rhall enjoy, as of old, "heir Goods, Privileges, Right?, Actions, Poiieffiors, 6cc. and betaken, with ch'.ir Families, into the Sovereign's Proteclion. Granted .upon the Poot of the Filth Article. -   X. Tnatthe Mortars; Cannon and Ammunition, together with the A rfenal andal! that depends on the Brug*,�,greac Mort^oon � our Court; ^ The Uto Vbeteg ,g to Z To", "flSfl ffi? in^h^tr abandon d it in In much half p   nn Cr;^...A vi ^1...,   ^ \ abandon*d it in lo much halte. On Friday an extraordinary Cabinet Council was held at Cpurg where ah the Marlhals of France affifted ; ^utthfe Refult is not publitk.   iiooqoo livers are fent to the M. deBouf-flers, fox our Troops, which have been very dilotjder-ly and mutinous on cur Frontiers for want or Pay. ' Brufils* fan.' a. We hear from Namur, Tbajt the GaYilon there bejng very ill paid, began the id Itittant to exa& Money and Proviiions 1rpm the Burghers,who detending their Property, the Difotders .grew taluch t heighth, that the Marquis de ^aillant, the Governor, had much ado to quell the Mutiny, which lafted till the tf, when he received lomeMony.to pay theC^ruon, * Oftgni, J4fL 11.   They t Write, trom: Antwerp, T hat ihe Diikc of Marlborough and Pr. Lixgene arciv d there the  n and remain asJFruits of their Mortgages. Granted to far as it concerns the Town and Inhabitants, to the Enemy'* laft raking the fame. XIV. That all tne Bells, Copper, Tin. Lead, and ajl other wrought and unwrpught Metals,, (hill remain to the Town, Churches and Ciotfters, &c. without their being obliged to redeem them* XV. That the Council at flinders Iball remafcf, and its Refidence continueln the Townf with the Advocates,1 Pro^ors, and other Officers, as it is now. XVI. Thaj no other Officers of )uft ice fliall be appointed in the Town, Bailrwick, Oiftejlany, &c. but what wen* thereof'Old. - 7 , XVII. Thaf the Town, as firft Membar of the Boa> of the StateChe Province of Flanders, (hall remaaa sm4 teiffittntaia'd m ail HoriQirs, ^rerogativesj. Pre-,     --              -   1 -          -r- - |jem:T~~ 2:! & St?*- V *�  ** 5 g, I' � 'Jl ~ cq   2? at   

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