Tuesday, August 7, 1708

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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - August 7, 1808, Dublin, Dublin 13 r ii i m � t....... Francis Dickfon. Containing a IMPARTIAL, OF J 1 * * * ? " s 5 < �' * a- -' 4 v ^ % ^ ^jgj, v , � Full arid ACCOUNT, THE Foreign and Domeftick News Saturday, #ugutt t\)$ 7th, 1708. mfatsi arrived oneBriiifb Facquet which brought z Holland 1 from the Union Gazette, dated July 1$, * Tublifti by Authority. lfind(*rt Ju/yif. THE Cornmiflioner'soi rbfjaie general AfTembly of the Church f Scotland, appointed to artend Her Majefty, did this day Congratulate Her in the following Addref's, upon the Glorious Victory obcain'd ever the French near Au'dentrde, ' 4 .May.it pleale Your Majefiy, 77" & wit� if peculiar Joy and SxUfabVm thit ice imbrue �thh Opportunity of Congraiulanngtvur 'MajejtyV in the Mame aylbv the Appointment of the Commiftum of the late General Affcmbty of the Church of thai' fin cf Tour united Kingdom r^frf$corland, upon the G!o*u&s factory obtain d ovef Tour Froud and Infulting Enemy, by ibe Bj Jjlng of God upon Tur Majefty JParcel and.thoje if Tour Allies, und&'tbe Conduct of Taur Captain-General tbePu^e if hUrYboroti^). Ibis Madxm, is.aBlefftug fofeafinabl^ andgivcS fob a cqinfortdhle Prfc fpect oj future Advantage^ as it ou^n to raife in all lour loving Subjcffs an-Admiration of Divine Goo&riefs and ought to excive tj#m to thankful Acknowledgments, a%4 a juftlmprcwmnt df\ it, It is a Blejfing that cannot but cunfouhd the Hopes QltourEm- � tn'ies at Home and Abroad, of ever fucceeding in their *rlc{ei Contrivances tojbalie Tour Throne, or diftwbTmr Govirnntem^ while ibey fee that Tur Majefiy is u-idet tbepirticuUr Care of Over-ruling Frcvitfepce* As, Madam, #e ire affur'd thai inne bade &etn hioreeamtf than the Mtnijhrs 4nd M^mbe-s of the Church ol Scotland, in their Prayers / the God of Heaven, that he would multiply bis Qlejftngl upvtiTwr RotalFerjon ar.dnn\e Tour Reign Gbri-ev& by continu d Viclcrhs in ibis juft h'ar, in which Tou are en~ gagdfvr the public^ Good of Lurope, *r well an cf Tour wn dominions y h yet Are perfuid;d, mne v ill more cbe'arfuVy give Returns cf Fraife tt the lnjir.it e good God for the mtrciful Anfmrs bebatbgiven to their Fetit'ms dnd Defires *. And we are confident, Madam, that we p)ill be fully appntfd by tkcfe that appointedtci to Congratulate Tour Majefty uponibis remarkable and happy Occafion, in making an humble Application to Tour Majefty., lbat Tou would be p[eajed to interpofe Tour Royal jtuiboriiy, lbat a Pay offpkmn I bandying be Relgioujly ob ftrv^d through ibatpart oj Tour united Kingdom 'calld^cot-Jand, for ti:e late wonderful Succefnhat God hathgivtn'again/t the Common Enemy^ andphe many fignal Blejfings that have hitherto attended TcU'Majtjty's Government, The tender Re^ gardihal Tour.Majefty inlQurgreit(jjoane(s% bath bad for. the Harmony, as well as Safety of pur Church gives us Ajjii** T4nce that Tour Majejly will be pkafed to give Orders, that tb& Proclamation for.tbis pay of ib*nl{Jgiving. in that part cf Tour, united Kingdom.. Jball be jo fram% as itjbill be fuitedtotbe-(Jon/titution. of the Eftabjify d Church thexi\. and that none of Tour faitijul SubjiUs fiallbave ju/l. Ground to be Hffatisfy'd That Tour Majeftr may be always Compafsd abouiwitb the Vivme'-HtyUTi as; with a Shield; and that- by the. continu*^ Blefftng of GoJ.upan the Forces pf Tour Majefty and lout A%itjy *ba Fower'oftbc i ambitious Diliurber of the Quiet of Europe '-may be ($ udtte'd, as tbat pejball cea[e to be a Terror to bis tNeigbbotcrt, and be madtinczpajjk.ta maitfainbis unjuftCort--$uejisi>ar4 andJhall be the earnsf and conjlant FpayenofTeur �Majefty $ msfi humble *ndr mofi 'fbedient Subjtfl.s. ^ : zother-Addrefevtere aifo, pfeienced to her Majefty on = chis MetooiaJ>le^ Ma^eity r>* ^(^Mil^fufy J3i; & & Mey write from Naples, *thattheS>riaue ot tff-(fepan$fad arriv'd there on W a:?th ofuthe tefe Mop^h, jfwid'jhM taken upon, him th bmfyndalthf Troops "ap that Kingdom/. r^^ > ' r.w:*/c\-c" ale ^ y' I.: a Vc'V 't^-*-i'',ch wn-n Citv. Tlrl' X v ? 'Si Letter? add, Thar 1500 GvTn^ns wme an iv d w : ,e Neighbourhood ot tl.acC,f;, who ar^to fo o\v th? 0-ther fmpeijal Forces againfl bkijy. Th'ry a^vi;'j iu:-ther, That a Felucca' was come in thi h-;r 'rof.i .^ur-mo, with Intelligence that fhe InhaMr-r:5 of r')r: vW^% ever (ince the late Tumult, ha ^ befs,   . � ' * fier/.'rt, ffuly ii* M. S. The lonp :ontir.iiar.�e o4 ill' Weather has hitherto prevenff.d tla.e Kins " c, "-ioj* co. Charlottemburg', wh^re he defigosro pal' the re": of the Summer J the Apartment* of that L'aiace bring fl= fjifli'd for his Ma/ertys Recepuon. Tls laid King Au^ gufhis'is 1 tiddenly exp^ed here, to make his Majefty a jVifit. Letters from VVilda advile, that the K-ng of Sweden was advened to Bugmtx near the Bor.fl'ienes, Ad that a Party of Cofaques, vrho Jay conceal d.amonu 'Bu flies oppofite to a place v. hire hisMjfrfty was waging |on ?he Bank of that River, fndfu'd upon the King, land wounded the Prince of W'irtcmb;rgt who wjfk'J ',near him. His Ma;efly gave all the Muicovite Prifoner? fitheir Liberty befoa- he left Ridosfcewrz. , Dantaick, July 14. According to out Letters frorn-Ukrania, they are \ n:y much afriad of .an InvanV on on chepart of the Tartars, who 2re advanced tq thd Banks of the Nipper'wirh $6666*t\Um The Nft Lets tersfromthe Swedilh Army are 4ated the 16th paff, and,they were then encamped on the Banks of the River Berezina, Tney tell us, that tht? day, Ueibre the dace ofthefe Letters, a Detachment had met max B$ri�-'(low, a Bo^y oi Mutcovices com Ttanded by ihe Son oi" Genera] Gfrremetb, � and kiLcd above xczo on the fpor^ a"nd ib cVote^y puriiied the reft that map) .vere drowned in the River. The Swedes took 9 pieces of Cannon from the Mufcovites;' but do not tell 11$ what lot'sthe^ fuffered^ in that Adtion in which their King was in Pes-fon, an^l had a Horfe' ihot un3er himj but as they ownrhatthe Mufcovites fought bravely, their Jofe mufr b^likewife. very confiderable. .\ From the Antwerp Courant, dated Augufl 5; , Parjj, July 30. Expreflls kom Dauphine, have brought an Account, that the Duke of Savoy has ready porlefs'dhiunielf of feveral of ourjotrenchmsnts on the Frontiers; tnd that our Troops which.were potted'in them, finding it irapri&kable to retireintb the Fort of Barreau*; rftidetbeir Elciff aoiong the Mountains. His Royal Hi^htjefe can s'd 4000 Foot and fco Horfe to attack Fort Sc. Maurice by ^hambery and his Men being reptile,-he ordered Prepara^icns tb be made for fenewirg the Attack * lb that we look V?-. on that Poft as loft. The-Fritwsy had ;lfolent 10060 Men, to rtiake themfelves Maff^rs of a PafTa^e deftoded by 3 or 400b of bur Men under the Cotnt nco> France with tW\x whole Army. The Malecontents l^gin'td ft/r in the Severing Order frbm! tfki^ing^he �feBoi#er*if |on4

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