Wednesday, February 8, 1708

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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - February 8, 1808, Dublin, Dublin T February. Francis Dickjm. Containing a IMPARTIAL, OF I Foreign and Domeffick News. Nomb. if- Full and ACCOUNT, THE Tuefcfcry, ;#rtjt|*atp tljs-8th, 1708,9. On Sunday arrived one Britifh Pacquet, and this day another, which withthe 5 on Saturday,be fides the 2 Holland, brought fever al Of end MaiU* it. r,,f I, an-i From the Suplemntt* the Am(t. Gaz. dated Jan. 2$ THey write from Venice of the 12th Inft. That the Nuacio Piazza, who had ftop'd in this City expcding new Orders, let out at Iaftthe 10th for the Court of Vienna, which-makes us judge that the difficulties which had j fufpended the Conclufion of an Accommodation with the Court of Rome, will be taken of by the Negotiation of that Minjfter, and a good under-ftanding re*eftabliflied between tte 2 Courts, Tho* we havetiot as yet receiv'd the Letters from Rome ' of the id, we hear by other Advices from ItatjU ' That the Marflial de Tefle, Ambaffador of France., is defign'd to depart as foon as his Health will permit; And that he has-wrk a Letter to the Pope jdated the 14th of December, of which the following is a Copy that we have receiv'd. Y~ Moft Holy Father, ' T Cannot Jufficiently exprefs to your Holinefs^ the � gratefitt Sence which I fball ever prefervein my % Heart of tlx. kindnejs with, which your Holinefs laj honour*d me during my Sicknefs, I have been carefully informed every Day of your Sollicitude for me, which has infinitely SurpafSd what the few Opportunities 1 have had to approach your Holinefs, could make me hope. At prefent, moft Holy Father, the Recovery of my Wealth, which lam put in hopes is not jar off dots - not yet permit me to appear at tbeFlet of your1 Holt, fiefs, to intreat you to grant me the mofcfjjpeBful Liberty I defire, to write to you on the amazing re-pasts which are current, the fur.prizing. Singularity of which oblige me to-apply my felf to trfeb it felf t to be inform d of the Truth. "�[[� ": Religion, Honour, Juftice, and Fear, anJbefour Hinges on which all the Affairs of the whole World turn, Tlx three fir ft are immutable, and Cod has put into your Hands the Keys'ofhU Holy Church, only to (hut the Door again ft the latterthat it may never pre -vail over tbs other three* . Tour Holinefs is rtady to confent to acknowledge King Charles, and rot difarm, with this txiraordi-\ nary and injurious Circumstance; that no Frenchman air Spaniard jball remain inygur Service. , ifind my felf obligd, as a Frenchman and Am-b&ffador of France, to befeech your Holimfs not only ito+efkflt on this Singularity jo dishonourable to our Tuition, and prejudicial both now and hereafter to \your Service ; 4)Ht alfoto let{ me know what account 1 ffhaB"give the King of theft Articles i ' Asfor that of disbanding y&nr 'frorpi, ffafva-l thing to your Holinefs, who as a Prince and a Save-rjHgv,:ouglpt to know and. to io what ii convenient far th. Ufm of pm feefte. As to tt# Acknw* Ljvngof Kin$ Charles, if jour Holinefi beiievis that Religion, B.nour and Jnfhe, per mi: 'do not pretend to put my Wand to the C ..... , who am but an indifferent and military ])rc'i e jk ;fl ^njt take upon me to reprefent to your Wolin-i's. the Confquevces of a,Peace which-opens a dr-gercus way to exalt Fear above Religion y Wonour and Jujfrje. If Superiority of Strength mujt over-rule tbcje ti rte things, we may affwithajafeConfcience become Turks or Wereticks, if thvfe Porters fljculd eutir Italy with that Superiority. It rtmains only, moft holy Father, th.it 1 make ,1 moft bumble Requkft to your Hohnej's, which u rcta-tive to the Orders I have from the King my Mi\Ur. Wis Majefiy has commanded me, thtt in C^fe ) ur Wolinefs makes your Peace feparately with tie Em-fetor, and that the acknowledging Kirg Charles be one Article, I Jhould leave Home before the cv,ch-fionof the Treaty. I {ball expeft the Orders and Anjwer of your Wolivefi hereupon-, and that [may not importune you with more Reflections and Z)/'-courfts, which are neither pUafvng to write, nor per-baps to read, I conclude by making ftneere Wilbesjtr ymtrlong and glomus Reign, and with this 'Mel an* cmly Thought, that it often happens to us as Men, to give very little Satisfaction U our Enemies, by yield-ting to them what m cannothwfully.grant, & lojs our Friends, ike. Berlin, Jan. 22. The Military Preparations being pulhed on with the greateft Application by the Allies^ it is emftcd that the next Campaign vvrll be the Iaft. The Equipage of our Pr. Royal who is refoived to ad once more as a Volunteer in Flanders, is getting ready, and the Grand Muf-queteers are to attend his Highnels as his GuarcL Ghent, Jan. 27. The Difficulties which retard, ed tfre Exchange of Prifooera are at k:ft removed, to the Satisf3&ion of both Parties. It appears bj the Calculation made cf their Number, that we have about 600 French Officers, and among then* jb Generals and Brigadiers, more than the Enemy Has of the Allies, without including the Soldiers; Major General Wood commands at prefent the \ Britifli Forces in Garifon here. Dow ay, Jan. 28. M. Bouflers arrived yefterday from Mens. Our Intendant has fummoned hither %qp Waggons againft to Morrow or next day, ia order to carry a 'great Quantity of Ammunition to Tournay. The Subjects of French Flandersare. ordered to furnifh In lieu of Money, 5000 Horles for remounting QuujCavalry. Brujfelf, Jan. 28. -The Prince and Duke of Marlborough arrfv^d; tiere laft Friday . and was complimented oy t(ie Magistrates upon his return, there Js advice'i^m Mons, That the Spanifh' Forces there run a�ay in great Numbers^, fo that tbeyL.wJll be removed to France to prevent theisj tkfkttron. We hear from Lifle, that there ha| befn found fn a Burghers Houfe, &000 pouna weight of Ammuoition, which formerly belonged iof&EiNfiod had been concealed; tdenbutgf-

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