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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - March 1, 1808, Dublin, Dublin March. Frarxa Dickjon. IM Containing a PARTIAL, Nomb. 549. Full and iTHE Por~ cisn ant Doineftick News Tu-liUy, iBparc!) tf)e ill, 1728.9--,-&-,- Tu < Fuming arrived 2 Bir.Tii Pecquet:, which bt.HjJjtq Holland and 3 h^r-w Mailsy viz. Vienna, Fcbraary i , Ancona and C.iviri Veahia: and at the fame time 2000 Horle of the Emperor (lull evacuate the Territories nf the Ch arch : The reil of the Troops of the l\?pc thill be reduced to th: number of 5000 aforefaid, as foon as this Co lvenrion is ratity'd , and then all the Imperial T.'oops and .Auxiliaries, (lull ev icu ire the Pope's Dominions, cxcep:onIy9 Imperial Regiments. III. All the Troops in the Service of the Pope, confiding of Ninons rhic are Sufpicious to the Emperor, and namely the French, llull be included in this Reduction. IV. The Pope engages not to augement his Forces during this War above 5003, provided that the Enperor (lands Gaaranty, that the Duke of Mxlma (lull not unleit him ; but in cifcof aiy D'dubince on the part of that Prince, his Holinefs Qui I be allowed to take fuch Meafures, as he dnil think fit for his Security. V. The Proe fh ill fend Com nirTVie's to provide for the S ib lit ince of the Imperial Troops, till they quit his Country. VI. As foon as thefe Troops are march M a-Way, the Pope (lull fupprefs all extraordinary Taxes an i Impaliriois, and Promife, by a Bull, to reftore into the Treafjry of the Cattle of St. Angelo, the Mony taken out from thence. VII. The Pope fh ill give free Palfage to the Imperial Troops from Naples, provided they 'keep a good Difcfpline, take the flrirteft way, and rmrch no" abr/e one Regiment at once. ; VIH. All the New Fortifications on the Frontiers of Nipte and Mwcih, Bull be detno- XI. His Holinefs frail not fufferany Neapo'i-tan.% who have Ierc their Country out of di;Vi-tisia&ion to ths Houfe of Auftria, or have be::: banifiYd from the fame, to be entertained a: Rome, and carry on any wicked Intrigues a-gain it their Country. ^ XII. The Pope (lull ca-jfe.all the Goods taken in September I a ft from loine jflarks near Fer-rara to be reftor'd and the Emperor flull like-wife reftore the Artillery, Ammunition and 0-ther things taken by his Troops. XIII. His Holinefs promifes not to afllil directly nor indirectly the Enemies of the Houie of Auftria and their Allies, nor fuffer 'any Levies to be made for them in his Dominions, nor any Ammunition to be &iven them ; and in Chore will obferve an exadt Neutrality as a Common Father. XIV. The Fortrefs of Paliana (hall be refto-red to the Conftable Colonna. XV. His Holfnefs promifes, that the Imperial Garifon which is to continue in Comacchio, (lulI-p^vo-XLo manner of Moleftation on his part, *:and chat the Imperialifts flull be allowed a free Communication with the fame be Sea and Land. XVI. A Congregation of Cardinals (hall be appointed to examine the Differences relating to Parrrn, Piacentia and Comacchio, that the fame rruy be adjufted according to the Laws of the Empire. XVII. Coancchio (hall remain in the hands of the Emperor, till the difputes about theiams are adjufted. XVHlI. Six Imperial Regiments of Hor(e and Foot, (hall remain in the Territories of the Church till the Articles undecided are agreed upon, 6uC (lull forbear all Hoftilities* XIX. The Pope referves to himfclf to make on this fubjeft. all fuch further Reprefentations as he (hall think fit. The Mirquisde Prie having not a fufficienC Porter to agree to thefe Articles, he promifed to fend them by an Exprefs to the Emperor, and contribate his Ofiees for procuring the accept tation thereof. Mean time he ingaged, that the Imperial Troops (hould not remove from the Places where they were at that time ; thaethefe of Naples (hould not march into the Terrritories of the Church j that as foon as the Pope had reduced one half of his Troops, 2000 Imperialifts ftnuld evacuate his Territories; and laftly thac as (031 as the Coomiflfaries intended to he fent to
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