Tuesday, June 26, 1708

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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - June 26, 1808, Dublin, Dublin Francis Ftickfon. Containing a M PARTIAL OF I Nomb. qji. Full and ACCOUNT, THE Foreign and Domeftick News. iarurday, June t!;e z6t:>, 170S. levy hp arrived one Britijh Pacquet, rchicb irought the fo/lwi//g Advices \by the lift Lis-\cn Miil, viz. )m the Portuguese Camp on the River Caja, near Badajox, May 19. N. S. j E arc encamp'd in a pleafanr Country,  where there is Pienry cf good Wine, and no want ot any thing. TheEne-arelikewile encamp'd, about 5 Englifli Miles �on us, and don't teem very forward to ad-ce. Our Army confills of above 10000 Men ; i Regiments whereof are Bmifh, viz.^Ba mire's, Pierce's, Newton's, Parton's, Sanky's, Sranwix'sj making together about 25CO en : Rut we don't know which Army is the ngcr. The Portugueze defcrted apace at our Entring the Field; but fuch Methods are ta-* as have entirely put a flop to the lam;-. Men, May 31. 2V. S. The Portuguefe my is trcamp'd with the Right on the other e of theCapand theLeft at theGoudigna.The jiemy are ported with their Right at the Bridge "Xcvora. and tru-Left at FoiteSt. Chriftopher: nd the Duke d' Ofluna having reinfore'd them ith the Garrifbns of Serpa and Moura, and 2 egiments of Horfc from And:doufi.i, they are periour to the Portuguefe by 600 Horfc : The orruguef* have fortified their Camp, and plac'd 0 Cannon in the Front of it, th:re bring only Plain between the two Armies. J^Tis hop'd ut Don Sarichode Faro, who commands in the ower Beira, wil! make a Diverfiun againft the umv by the Way of Sierra dc Gata. From the L-idun Gazetre, dated June 19 FiennatJune 6.^Lii\ Monday the Britilli Envoy or this Coun, Sir Philip Meadows, Rklw& up a B mk to give way to a Cart in a narrow Lane where the Driver could not make Way for him, Ih Horte fell back with him among the 3 Cart Hnrfes ; his own Horle trod on his Face and Neck and bruis'd his Eye. But he is like to do very weil of it. From the Amrtcrdam Gazette, ch'edjune 22. V'unna, June a .V'Prince Philip of Hefie-Darmfrjd , M ij.^-G.n-.ral4 fet out fiom hence ycfkvdsy for Naples, to take on him the Command 01 tne Troops in that Kingdom , in the o%o( the Count-Vcie Thaun, whom at the ^e/cf cne Duke ot Savoy the Emperor has "Wii to go andCommand the Imperial Troops p- #mont.>l>rdi;ial Grimani will fpeedily go Rome' tc Naples, to take on him the Vu airy, till the arrival of the EmprefsDowa-but 'tis not known when (he will be going or Entrance into this City the 7th Inflanr, with very great Magnificerce : Yefk-rday he had publick \^ Audience of their Imp.rial Majeflies and the: Arch-Diitcheilv's. The yth the Envoy of rhe � Billion ot Mumter had Audience of the Emper- 1 or, and is within a few Days :o receive the In-veftimre of that Billioprick for his Mailer, the difficulties which had till now retarded that Ceremony being rcmov'd. There is nothing new from Hungary, except that a Captain of the Regiment of Hanover, being detach'd withjeo Horfe after a Party of Malecontents who iud carry'd off feme d::!e. was furrcunded and defeated by 4000 Maleconrent^: TheCa, tain him-felt and 12 of his Men retired to Hu^gaiiau Altenburg ; but he having rcceiv'd 17 Wound?, his Recovery is doubted. From the Antwerp Courant, dated Jure 22. Grenoble, June 12. The6th Inftuntthe Marshal de Viilars arriv'd here, and was weJcom'd with Salvoes of Artillery. The 7th he view'd our Fortifications: And Ycfterday tie fet out from hence to view the Frontiers. He will begin w itii Exilles and Feneftrelles, and thence will go by the way of Embrun to Provence, to view the Lines along the Var. Antwerp, June 22. The 20th in the Evening arriv'd in this City the Electoral Prince of Hanover, who was immediately waited on and complimented by the Marquis de Terracena Gover- \^ nor of our Grade!, and by our Magirtrates. Ycfterday Morning the latter mule him the honorary Preterit of Wine, asufual to Perfons of bis Qualiry. He lets cut to Morrow for the Army of the Allies. Cadiz, Miyij.N- S. Vpon cert an Advice, That the Confedtrate Fleet had entered the Midi-tcrranean, the PlctilU j'ril'd out of our Bay, on Wednefday laft about Noon, with a favourable Wind, under Convoy of 7 Men of IVar and Frists, jdr the Weft-Indies. Teflerday two wore Batt Jiommarch d from heme for Eadijos, 7f:c Moors have twice (Urmyd tbePo.l &f Almina before Centa,and carry'd the fame, after an cbfthate Fi$bt. Jnrin, June 32. N.S. Our Troops on the fide cf Suza and Pignerd grow daily flronger, and wait only the Arrival ofofthflmperialifts, tyfore I they enter upon A3io�. The French having at" 'tempted an Irruption into the Valley ofAofta, frith 20CO Men, were reputed with great Lojs. Tefttrday Publick Prayers were made in all the , Churches here, {which are to continue for 8 days) to implore God's Elejjing upon the Arms .of bis Royal Highnefs our Duke, and his Allies this Campaign. Zrufilsjunc 21. The Regency of thtfe Pro-1 a1

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