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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - March 12, 1808, Dublin, Dublin 1 ,. March- Francis fyickjim. Containing a IMPARTIAL Nomb. 552. Full and ACCOUNT, .THE Foreign and Bomeftick News. Saturday, ii^atfJ) tty 1 ztli, 1708, 9. Since my li'l arrh'done Britifh Pic-i^st, which brought a Holland AfoiV, 'viz. From tbe SuplemtM to tbe Amflerditn Giztttc, dxttd Am far dim % M&rcb 12. LEtters from the Frontier* fay, That the Magi-Antes of Doway rnve advanced great Sums or Mony to pay the Girilon, to prevent the dii-Orders committed by the S6Idiers. 'lis faid that the French Officers have nor yet been paid their Sal= Jari s for the lift Campaj^vvhich retardsthe recruiting of their Raiments. Some Advice's lay the Enemy has taken r!ie Port of Warntton, and endeavoured tD interrupt our Convoy which u as going from Courtray to Merjin and LiHe ; but vv^-re oblifi'd to retire, dr.-r having received a difcharge ot our Troops that guarded that Convoy. The Troops that King Auguflusha* put into the Service of her Briranick Ma/'efty and the States-General have ord-rs to hold themlelvcs in a readings ro march the 1 5th ot this Month, but 'tis belies ved the hard "efs of tiie Weather will hinder their departure tor tome days. * Paris, AUrcb 8. The Seine being navigable, Corn is now fallen from 30 to 22 Livres a Sack. The Prcfidenc deRouilie went 2. Days ago to Mont, and tho' People talk varioufly of the CKoirion ot his Journey, 'tis b'e= lievM he goes only as Envoy Extraordinary to the Elector of Bavaria. On Monday and Tuelday Convoys �p$fe1�fct with Ivfony to Valenciennes. The Review of the-French and swils Guards, and Troops of thtf Houf-hoid, is put otf for 8'or 10 Days. In the, mean time wre make great Preparations to be in the Field betimes* *Tis faid the Gcnoele have agreed to lend the King $ Millions. All our Provinces next to Flanders are ro "iurnrfti 20000 Sacks ot Corn each, to be lent to Arras, Doway and Tournay. His Majefty has now declared, that the Daujphine is to command in Flaiiders, and M. Villars under him, but 'tis not certain whether the Duke of Berry cpes thither. . The Duke ol Burgundy j> te command on the Upper Rhine, and M. Harcourt under him J-The Duke of Orleans' commands in Spain, the Duke of Berwick in Dauphine, and the Duke ol Noailfes in.RouAllien. We hear nothing of the Ele= fiorof Bavaria or the D. ot Vendom's Commanding this Year, which occalions many Speculations. The XPrinces of the blood and many of the Nobility have fur-itoihed great Sums to the King; for the Army in the jtfierlands. �Ghent, Msrcb 10. Abundance of Veflels arrive here idaiy from Sas with Corn, and we are lending a iNvoy to Lifle. Hircb 5- A confiderabre Number of Re-*arld Hories being expe&ed from Germany, lor ^�ria) Troops in the Netherlands, Orders are W*a Regiment ot Imperial Huflars to advance Is the frontier ot Qernrany to ferve for a Guard "'.^el^W^tos; lr appealing to the For a Lieutenant Col. 30 For a Nhjor 24 For a Captain 1% tor a Lieutenant $ Prifoners taken on both Sides in the Netherlan h, Germany, Italy, and Spam, but not to a higher Rank ot Officers than that ot a Coil-Kiel.) Foot. Soldiers. Soldiers. For a Coiionel 48 For a Sub-Lieutenanc i:or 2 Leirenant Col. 50 or Enfign 3 For a Major 16 For a Sergeant 2 for a Captain 12 For a Dragoon _ For a Cap ain Lieute= For 2 Iroopers 5 nan:, or Lieutenant j Dragoons. Dragoons. Dragoons. For a Collonel 42 For a Cornet, or Aide * Ma/'or & For a Quarte.T-Mafrer or Sergeant of Dra= goons * Horfe. Troopers. _ Troopers. For a Collonel 48 For a Cornet, or Aide For a Lieutenant Col. 40 Major 8 For a Major z8 For a Quarter-Mafter For a Captain 24.' or " \> acchmeelter 3 For a Lieutenant 11 Higue, Mircb .2. We hear the Greateft Princes at the French Court are dlfcontented with Madam Mains tenon, and the new Father Confe&om- Thy are a= fraid that many of their Bankers will break. :h_ Court owes them lb much Mony.' 'Xhe Fro:ts hav..- ruincJ much ot their Corn and Vines*'. Tue Country ibouc Paris abounds with Robbers. 5*9 ot wh^m hd^bpen hanged in a Months t�me. The French pre!>. m.-c'i ;or / an open Trade with the Durch by Sea and Land, ar.d likewise for a Trade with Lifle. The DiAr-renc?*; betwixt the Duke of Mecklenburg and his Nobiliiy are agreed'. The French fill their Maeszines, and rh.ir Frontier Towns are lull ot Trcop^. Letters from rh� North fpeak of nqw Advantages obtai'..ed by theMul-covites over the Swedes, but we hive no particulars. We hear from Vienna of the 2jd, that Prince Eugene is tcfet out for the Netherlands in 8 days. King Charles makes prefiing lnftances at Vienna for a Ipeedy lcpply of Men and Monyv ocherwiie he is like to looie Terra-gona and other places. We hear his Queen is three Months gone with Child. Some Letters irom Fr.ncJ fay. the French King retufes to diiownthe Pretender as King of Great-Britain as one of the Terms of Peace. French Letters fay, that the Portnguele and their Aliies cannot make above 12000 Men, and that King Charles, by the Review in January la'ft, had not above 4J00 Foot and 3000 Horle, and that the Magiftrareg of Bans celona have comphined to him of their want ot Pro-> vifions, which hisMa/efty told them would be fpeediiy. fupply'd. London, Mxrcb 5. Letters from the Hague fay; the Froft has deftroy'd the Corn about* Lifle and tb� Neighbouring parts, whidi occafions^g^enOonsoi a Fa� mine in thoie $artiu Tto E^ti%}^^ deir st Life Ita^jy^Vflftv^ Y for thjeja^njpi^ Prfe \feparate Armj tte Nepltiltinifs/' tb; prevent dif- jutes wkh rfe^iimaboaVPrecedency. The Pruts |an and other Proteftanfr Minifters have complained to die Diet at Ratlibflrii of the Nuncio'^Proteftatioff a= tt^|pi^f^^(M# ^ our ri erf iMtSy b$t that on the jttfch the g�ater Number of their theMd Comtnifliiiners have a-^oliUer^ior Ofl^e�sr a^owdiog to land the City of Oo^gO, AHedjing, chat 'tir*JLitel ^ \&\ fwbfcb if|JbOTcpd to X)ghm& all Proedfabr Mnces^ Mthe#fo� Pemand^
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