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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - August 14, 1808, Dublin, Dublin Auguft, IJC Containing a IMPARTIAL O F Francis Dickjon* . Norab. 4^2. & ^ fl* Ijr 3; Full and ACCOUNT, THE Foreign and Domeftick XT~ Sunday, Auguft ttje 14 h, 1708. Since my Ufi dnivd sn: Sricifi Pjcpct, which brought a Holland Mail, ziz. From th Amftertfam Cwrim, dited Aug, 14. M$iin?, July 2 THE 16th ot this Munth the Duke of Savoy fet out trom Turin, and -he tAm? Da)' arnv'J sr Suza 5 where he found all thr Troops drawn together, confiilmg of Imperialifts, Pruflians. Piemonroi>, and oihrfsjfoiijor Genet der the Comm>nd of ^the Count de Roccavtone, to keep open th. Communication between Turin and Suza ; ad to cover the Country againit the Ineuriions oi the Enemy who were about P'gnerol. The 17th the Armv Tt-ihdAX. Suz.a, and uere order d to prepare to march the next Day.^ The Baron de Regal was polled at suza u jth to a Regiment oi Dragoons ot Saxe-Gotha and 3 o* Pjirr.ontoii, as well tor the Security ot the great Magazine as to hin tier cuttirgoffour Provifions by the En.mv ;rom Exiljes and Feneftrtlies, and thereby breaking our Measures. The" 18th the Army encamp d near Nova.'?ze.)f Baron Zumjungen advanced to Fen if re. in the Middle oi Mount Cenis, with the rirft Imperial Brigade and 50 Hoiie. At the fame time^lajor-Ger.eral SchuUmbouig wa^detach d with d BaCraiionot his Regiment, 2 oi Foot ot Bareith and Konigleck, the 3 Rig:ments ot St. Julien, ik- Portvs, and de la Croix blanche, all Piemontoi.s. and 3 joHorle, to rrurch into th Vailev of Aoheand into the Tarantaile, to take th-j Caiiieot Scl z and other advan tageous i oft.*. The 1 c,th the Armv decamp'u fromNo-vaitz-, and encampM ar the Top or Mount Cenis, at theG.ande Croix ; where the Pmflians did no: arrive rill Midnight, becauleot the Dehlcz .hey twd ro pals. The icth the Army decamp d trom the Grai.de Croix. Intelligence was brought, that the :� nemy hoi a tendon d thtrir lutrenchme.n^ o.t Lanebourg anddivers o;h. iPcfts, that they baa bioken the Stone-bridge over the Hive; Aic, and that ti.ey v. ere retir d to Modane. FlisKoyal Highnels iminrdiatlcy caus'd a Bridue to be lud over the laid River^/l he zili the Army halted at Lanebourg where G.neia] Coutnt Thaun. who had been detain d lome days at Turin by the breaking out 0! an old-Vound arriv'd with the Ammunition and dagg ge. M.de Hau= tois had order to rema;n at the Grande Croix with his Detachment, except jjo. Horle and the Huilars, which lollow'd the Army under the Command ot the C. de ocnhiPr Lieut. CotloneJ, Deierters reported, that the Martha; de VilJars had intrench d himlelt at Modane wi h 11 Battalions, to d'.ipute our Paffage. Baron Scbu.embourg lent an Account that he had taken the I'CaftJe oi Selrz, and that he continu'd his March. The aid the Army ma ch'd and encamp d at Souiiiers. Eaion Rhebindef, great Milt- r ot the Artillery, march'd towards Terrrignion. wih 5000 Foot and 5-00 Grenadiers, to poffeis himle.t or the Eminence and attack the j^Couni dc Medavi :n the Rear-Baron Zum ungen was decach'd from Souiiiers, wrh 60 Companies ot Grenadiers, towards Opoix. The Enemy on his Approach 1 abando.i d kveral 1 oih.,f-Tbe Baron de St. Remi, at the Head ot z lmpeiiai Brigades and 1 oi: Piemon'Ojs, i iriirch'd to polr himielt on the Hills- whither his Royal H.ghnefs we..t, and had a plain View of the Intrench-nients oi Modane. Thez^dthe Army march d trom Soullier* and encamp'd at Opoix; where we had an e Eneigty.hadA^bandon*d Modane and�he wa me In!..r/rv rr> polT-flion of them. M. Steir.be: e, Coi.^u-; r- ; perial infantry, lent Word that he- hid h o n.r.r Carx.cn from Ferrie.e to the Mu;d!e of ^'j : C The Baron ct Rtp.al lent Advice alio ir m s . ,,1 the Marihiii de Viiiars vvas drauir.g eft zh-j g Pait of theTroops Ircm the Va .evs of i xillei a�-,d . neilrelles, to lorm a Body neai the fo;t cl �'.arttaux ; which v\as confirm d trom oth-r Hai.ds. The 14th th* Army came arid e "ccmp'J ht-rc, h- r- the Lnemv had lain flrongjy ir.atncn u. TI-e Ci-unr d Aipr:rnont, who had been out with a Pa'ty L>- urn � the Country '1 Days, in tm Return beJt one oi 'h- r, mitS Parties, between Sr. Michel and St. Ju.ien takin We had an Account lair Night that M n 3 r:er.<� was arriv'd at Lanebourg with 8 i-'icce^ of C^r.r:(;:u From the F'iris trJ^tt-: u-U-Miin, dj:zd Ai:::tjl C. The Differences in I:aiv grow u idder and wid.r. The Pope begins to f-.el his Di^emper, and owns at preient, he wav never truly acquainted wrh th" Emperor. His Holinefs is fenfiMy pqu d at the Imperial Court and has I worn by thv Lvutn;cliiK, That he will make ule ot all the Power Gcd h.^ put h;ro h.s Hands; That he dreads neither the Jois of his Goods nor De fh it felt, and, that he will fhed the hit drop ct hi: Bloocf *or the Prefet ration of the Righci ol S:. P.-m s Chair. In order i'0 tha*, he has ren.lv d to ca.J a ceneta: Ai-iembl 0' Hifnops.-to th.ui.i-r out an \ x.omrr.u:iic. to h m, both in Italy and Germany; and ro declare r. void the late R-.lointions of the Diet of l':.:i
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