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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - July 1, 1808, Dublin, Dublin ft. I'.CIS �n. Nomb. 488. Containing a IMPARTIAL O F 31 ttt el5 Full and ACCOUNT THE Foreign and JJomeftick News. s;1cui\;av, J.iup tt)c - x't, 17 ^ Jt^rdiy arrived z Bn:i* FiCfAsts, vbicb brought 1 C;/7:'/u/, Ion and Provifion hem N.v rorr. Above 2 00 crt the / Z;:no, The Conkd^:*^ hjv? (�':v.-ro^ea (t-me frcrv ttt LizdwGi^ue. di'd jut/ 19. *Fub. by Aiuharity. * I'ur.ni, jufy 7� A', i. i i: In- -\V avs up- W'tue H; i. f,es alum ME w hole Imp?: ill Court is gone this Afternoon to Go, (kr-Newbourg^ where they are to continue 3 J.iys; the Marriage betwe n the K ng o Por.'ug-n and the Aich Durchci; ot Au'dru, I) na to be lo.tmnizd [here r.ext Monday. I 0 ithe nth InfUn: tl-.t Arch Duchcis lers out on her ' journey, ifii goes In tn : way o: il ilKira:!, Saxonv, and Wi-liplulii to Holla, id. Jme cannot vint the Court of Dufle di�rp, In cj.de of the Ceremom.5!; the Pcrrugiuze Ami'.aiTador pra-.rdii g'o take the Right Hand of the 1 Eclor. The D rhivnee betwem the Ambrdl^lor and the isifhop of Ldiibach, v. ii > is >pirv,int- 0 to conduct the Arch Durchrls, and goes wnh the Character or the Emperor's AiVibdiTid."r to the C-^.n- o: l\rtugn,is adjuffed. The liifnop is to have t e cr.iei Caic in c. r.ductjng her, while the Tiavels,-it the KinpiroiV C.arg :s j and afterwards fhe is to be d iwud ov r in o trie funds of VltiO, l6. The Cof; It. h hr.ndridsot Pic r.er- ro uj-alr . :\ n', on the Scheid hiid the Lvs 'or in :.ut tor which end thev hive a'riauy aid Elcanerte and Pottos over ti.e xl.ei'k a,.d have ordered 40000 Loaves to be Ink d at And* 113rd. The Army ot the Two Crou r.s cor t.nue :tn. on the (a a! b. ruixc this C'itv and i'ivig-s t"ion�'y lr.tit-ncnc-J, * ..rru Letters from France lav, rhit the Tivops ot t' e : Cio^ns ih = hgn to beftece Dcnia in Kin;'' ^ it, l that a D:tach:nvn: ot the ' � ' 1 iurpriz-ed and killed or 'a\. ( > I v. .( r. S j nr." � 1 1 1 a. ,& had rate Horte, who were rihrg con:ribjr ;-ns >p ^ of A ii is but thie'.e Tinr.; s r.eci. tr' !� rra- 10v ! the I'crtugn-- An.b-lJa .or. Coun ,-.!' had nop 1 tre bi^ge '-, iA is m d in-,' Taun.-i has Jent an 1 xpreis l-i.-Ji. r fYc-r, N-*p!e% to coriiim :hv Advice we lud iatt-lv ot the dii.' U'r i i Tale;:], . b.r.veen the /_ Inhabitants of the Toun and h ench G .1 lion ; anu , f he adds, that not oniv rh- C\ il r*s uf Pahr^o hut in general ail the Inhabi'air* if, j'uU n,. 1 !i rdav 'he I\ing ord?"'d Te Veutn to b- iiiiigdt his Ghanpei ir t-'(>unta;nb'.ta.i n�r the taking ot Tuiro.a and the iito be done in o:ir C.Jthedra'l toM'iirow. A.rer rhe C'plttiiutmn was fignM, the jii :j"ri'.on de.Jver'd 2 Gates to our 1'roops, and being 3~co ftrong, and amongtlism 1 rine Engi.ih Regiments, tfuy w\re to maichcLic on t'- : 11 Wxi-j'k^ July 24. We continue here tin the Ai:\va 01 ua, lit.ivy Cannon s'M then fha.l undertake a Siege| In the mean timeoijr Detach;ne!>ts make 1: curfions very farinto France. The �Duke of BervA ick lies frill by Do way. Prince Eugene is ifj out Ciinp, pirc oi his Armv is near Aerh, and the jt-ft near Bruaels, under the Corn.nand ot'the Prince ' Ilelle-Cilie!, Din*. 16. Upon Advice that the Dake of Berwick u-.is march' kg v 0::r L-.ttcrslrcm V^.. licien-iHit.iv j that the French Ten i'cr es jinj d-, 1 -nunlpeak^ able Corritt-rnation. and that a ! leGiuioni rn m the Maeze are maicfoir.a u ith ah i;--. ,-\ , joiii tue Dukeo^ Berwick. They talk ot cailu g ti.e, b..u and An'tvci'-bim in Champagn?anJ Picardy. /iudtnvde, ?uh 10.. vVhen the �7;rr.cs. 'Vi(oners were on their Departure trem hence theDi.k.- ct S . Acnaci wafed on our. G-overncur1, ar.d retui i.tii Tim Thanhs tor the CrviiUia^ea 1 thePri.onrs had h,ie, G:nera( Verue de.iver d to our Governour a .'viitinc, by which he and all tne Prdoners lent trom iier.ee ob. ii;ed thems (elves on their Word and honour, not to make tj.eir. Elcape, bur to remiin Prilone;5, and to be at Breda within 6 dayi-, and chereiore only joNKn ueie le'i.t | with tin m to guard em irom Robots. -Whin they, were bet wea\ tins lace and Gri'mmon:, a D. t�-.chmenc ^\6o'oo\ the Enemy advanced to ReLue thtm j buc* the G.nerai Oxiicers Comtnanding that DetaJ-.mcht, being inform.d w ha: obligancn' 'by lay undtr, they rook*! Leave or ea:h other, and the D.cacLm.nr. rt.5u;ned to' thiir Camp. Amlterdam, July 2% ^^Te have an Exp-el^ from Ad^ miral Leak under Sail from Vado dated the j }i of July, importing, tint the Q.ievn of Spain wvs on boarcf him, with 4000 Horle a.id 5000 to >i iur Eui-ce ona� Letters from Couitray of the ? jvh fay, all our Officers there were ordered to their Pofis, did tin: 6:^0 D;a^ goons tre detach d from cur Arm\, hue w hith� ,was not known. Tnere is nothing matei ai trom the Upper Rhine. The l'mpte cannot take the 5000 Sxor. H�tI into their Services for want of Monty. The Lit-il-toc ot Hannover continues at Milberg, the Rhine bein itill very high, and the French are toitifying thePafTes The Mulcovites alter the Swedes palled tr.e Derezma^ decamped and march: d to Mohiow, ir.d the Swedes* are advanced within 7 Miles or 'em. The trench-had Corrupted iocte Bakers 6t the lU&orot HaAovers ^
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