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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - May 29, 1808, Dublin, Dublin May. Fr.mcis Dicldon. Containing a IMPARTIAL, O E I Full and ACCOUNT THE Foreign and Domeftick News. Saturday, �JJ}ap tt)e 19th, 1708, Since my lad arrived 1 Britifh Pacquet, which brought a Holland Mail, viz* From the Paris Gazette, dated May 26. Madrid, May 8. LEtters from Saragoffa fay, That the Duke of Orleans left that Place the 7th, to join the Arrhy which isaffembled near Mequi-enfa. ^ The Marqiisde Bay has taken the field with an Army of 14000 Men, with Ncceffary Artillery and Ammunition. He is Encamp'd at Botoa, about 3 Leagues from Badajos, and the like diftance from Albuquerque. The Portuguese fearing the latter may be Attacks has Re-infore'd the Garrilon with a Batalion, and have alfo reintore'd with iome Troops the Garrjfons of Valencia, Alcantara, and Campo-Major, tbefe Places being, equally threatned. Ditto. Rome, April 28. Yefterday the Pope gave Audience ro Cardinal Grimani, who made him New I mances to acknowledge csQueenthe Pri-.cesot Wolfembuttle in her P.:liege thro' lt>ih i but tiie Pope declar'd unto him that he co (1 nor change his Refolutio.is on that Sub-j tt; And at the fame time ccmplain'd of the feci -eftrarion of the Benefices of the abfent Clergy in Milan and Naples, and of fcveral other P acecdn^s of the Imperial Officers, to the Prejudice of his Authority both Spiritual and Temporal. From the Le�'d. and Amft.Gaz. dated May 25. ,^-Vjnice, May 11. The Chevalier Alouillo Mocenigo, who formerly went Ambaffador from chh .Repubick to the Court of England, is c-Ir/t. d to t>o Ambaffador to Conftantinople. The .Eirl of Manchester, Ambaffador Extraordinary f om the Q leen of Great Britain to this State, is fe: out this Morning for Vicenza. ^General Veulramini fail'd to Day for Dalmatia, with 2 Gdleys. They write from Modena, that the 2 Regiments of Imperial Horfe detach'd from the Kii gdom of Naples for the Milanefe, have made a Halt at Nonantola ; And that the 5 Priloners of State they have with them, are lodg'd at Rubera, till the Arrival of 400 Imperial Horfe which are to come from the Parmelan, to guard the faid Prifoners to Milan. We have receiv'd by the Way of Dalmatia Lettcrs^frdna Conftantinople dated the 24th of March latf! importing among other things, that the Turks perdft in their Refolution to obferve the Treaty of Carlowitz. They write from Brefcia, that "he Roads are repairing betwetn all the Places vftlongiwg.totWs State through which theQuein of &pain is to pafs; aud that all Preparations ifcrnsde for receiving Her on the Frontier. Froiuhe AmfterdamGaz. dated May 25. /M#a^ J$yIV The Ducal Jalace fajfj. 1 ting up with all Diligence, for the Reception of the Queen of Spain. The 12 Gentlemen elected to meet and compliment her on the Part of this State, are preparing to go to wait for her at Brefcia ; whence 'tis advis'd, that the Republick of Venice have order'd the Proveditore general 1 Delfino to receive and treat Her with all pufli-ble Honours, during her (lay there ; and that Lodgings are made ready for her numerous Retinue. 'Tis reported her Majtfty will not itay long here, defigning to pais over to Catalonia with the Fleet Commanded by Sir John Lcakc, who is daily cxpe�ted at Genoa ; from whence they write, that a Ship arriv'd from Marfeiiles had reported, that the faid fleet had been feen in the Height of the Gulf of Lyons. From the Antwerp Courant, dated May 25. Stockholm, May 10. Three of our Men of War of 60 Guns, fail'd Yefterday from this Place for Carelfvroon, where Admiral Anker- y (kin lies ready to put to Sea with the Fleet fitted out againft the Mufcovires, confining of 28 Men ot War, 11 Frigats, 4 Bomb-Veffels, and 7 Fire Ships. 'Tis ralk'd this Fleet is to Bombard Archangel, or fome other Port belonging to the Czar of Mufcovy. Mons, May 25. Yefterday the Dukes of Burgundy and Vendofme reviewed the French Foot which lies in 4 Columns near Eiiines, and this day they are to reveiw the H&jfe, after which the Army which confirms of 134 Battalions and 2 14 Squadrons, is to go and encamp at Soiguies, that they may be at hand to fecure the Poft at Pieton. The Allies talk of marching towards Enguien, which may probably occafion a Battle. Count Medavi has begun to form a Camp near A Briancon, and the Duke of Savoy has Troops fo pofted that he can affemble them in two Days time. From the Amflerdam Gaz. dated May 29. Letters from the Frontiers of Savoy of the 18th fay. that the Duke of Savoy has caus'd 15000 Men to March towards Sufa, and the Count Medavi went Poft from Grenoble upon Advice that thefe Troops had inverted Extllcs. Paris, May 25. 'Tis iakl here tb&t the Duke of Vendofme is orderded to preferve Tournay and Mons, but nor to venture a Battle 'withoDt anextreamNeceffity. We hear from Spain thac the Duke de Noailles is encamped at Figuieres, and the Prince d> Armftadt is put into Gironne 'with a flrong Qarrifon to defend the Place. The Duke of Orleans is ftill at Miquienza. The Allies have put ftrong Garifptis into Tortofa and Terragona, fo that our Succefs in Catalonia is notiike to be To great as wss espefted. The Count de Tholoufe narrowly efcap'el being burnt 1^ in Uis & by a Wax Candle that He ncgka�f 1
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