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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - February 26, 1808, Dublin, Dublin February. pravCu Dickon. Containing a IMPARTIAL Nomb. 548, ntelUgenc* Full and ACCOUNT, THE Foreign and Domeftick News a Saturday, fzbiuat? tty i6tb, 1708 9. Since my la$ arrived 2 Britilh Pacqw$s,viz. [cers, who with each his Servant were coming hither on Hortcback from Luxembourg, were From the London Gazette, dated February I7fhm the Way fallen upon near Sr. Hubert by a * Publifhed by Authority. * Brufjels, February 14. THE Garifon has received, during theSe-veriry of the Cold, a double proportion of Wood for Fires, to preferve the Men in Health. The Rivers and Canals are ftill frozen up, which hinders the Tranfportation of Forage tor the Troops in Barbant. In the mean time the States have ordered all the adjacent Villages to fupply the Horle With as much Hay and Straw as they dial 1 want, 'till the Riversi are Navigable. They write from Lifle, that the! ^Priuceof Holrten-Beck, Governor of that City, had commanded all of the French Nation, whether Deferters or others, who are not fettled there, to appear before him within three Days, and give an Account of the Occafions of their Abode in that Place, as well as Security for their good Behaviour during their (fay. They add from thence, that the Enemy make all the Preparations pcfiible for an early Campaign, but that their Troops are in a very ill Condition. The Walloon Forces are fo extreamly (hatter'd, that it is faid they defign to break one Regiment into another, to form a Body confining of the whole which remains, without attempting to Recruit each Regiment, and preferve it diftinft-]y. This difpofition has created great Difiatii-faftion among the Officers. The French Pri-foners here have lately attemped to break out of Prifon, and found means to under-mine the Walbofit; but their Defign being difcovered, their Confinement is fince more ftricl. From the Leiden Gazette, dated Feb, 15. Vrefden, Feb. 3. vKing Auguftus has fent to Venice two Gentlemen, to invite the King of Denmark to come hither in his Way back to his � own Dominions. The Negociations of three Miniftersof theGzarof Mufcovy here,ar�kepr ' very fecvet : According to fome Advices from Poland, icooo Mufcovites are in full March towards Lemberg, there to join the Army of the Confederated Nobility againft King Stantibus. From the Antwerp Courant, dated Feb. 8, Namure, Feb, 3. Notwithstanding the feve-rity of the Seafon, great diligence is ufed to augment the Magazine* of this Place, for the ireceffary Supply of a Body of joooo Men, 'which at the opening of the Campaign are to -^H&raw together in our Neighbourhood, Two Offi-} Troop of Wolves, who devour'd them and their Horfes. Ditto, Feb. 12. Strasbourg, Jan. 26. By the Flakes of Ice fuddeuly and violently brought down the Current of the Rhine, great Damage has been done to the Fortifications of Fort Kehl : And Men are now at Work to Place large Timber in a proper Mmner to ward off from thofe Fortifications the Shock of the driving Ice, and for to prevent further Damage. Our Troops which are canton'd along the Lines, fuffer much by the deep Snows. The Dake of Berwick ufes all Diligence to haften the raiting of Recruits in thefe Parts; but it will hardly be poilible to fill up the 70 Battallions and the like Number of Squadrons which are quarter'd in Aiface, the Franche Comte, and the Bifhoprick of Metz, before April. Some of our Parties, who made anTncurfion from Lauterbergh towards Worms, were fo rooghly handled by thePeafants,that they were oblig'd to return with great Lofs. * Hague, February 15. N. S. Letters from Cologn lay, that the Nuncio refiding there had prefented a Memorial to the Magistracy, of thac Place, wherein he protefted againft the Treaty of Accommodation with his Majefty of Pruffia, and that City ; he aflerts, that the Exercife or. the Proteltant Religion in the Houfe of a foreign Minifter is prejudicial to the See of Rome, and confequcntly to the Roman Catholick Religion: But this Application to the Magistrates has produced no other effect, than that it is declared a fevere Penalty fhali be inflitted upon any who (hall print or difperie the Remonftrance of the Nuncio. London, Feb. 19. We hear from Plimouthj that on Monday lalt the Medway lent in there a French Privateer ofi? Guns. Several of the French Proteftant Officers ordered for Portugal*' have obtained leave to go for Ireland, to look after their Private Affairs, and to take leave oi their Friends and Relations, and are to be back here again by the middle of March, being to fet out for Lisbon the beginning of April. 'Tis faid that fince the beginning of this Month fe-veral Thoufand Seamtn have been Imnreffed in Great-Britain, and that the Lord High Admiral hath taken all neceflary Meafures, for having the Fleet in a Condition to fail out by the beginning of May. Lalt Thurfday being the Thanksgiving Day, it wasoblerved here according to Her Maje(ty's Proclamation for thatpurpofe. ^ Our
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