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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - August 31, 1808, Dublin, Dublin Containing a IMPARTIAL O F Foreign and Domeftick News. Tuelday, 3ugu0 ttjs 3 tit, 1708. Or Sunday arriv'd z Brififh Pacanets, which brought r Lisbon W 1 Olk-nd Mads : And ;.iti Ml Ni^ht anoib lt in the Highland 1 and U'.inds of Scotland ; And understanding bow tnuck Our P:'t!iriri^ Our Alps b in on ij an Undemanding f^r Jo Good and Pu:H an End, ttill Contribute to ibe[Carrying on and Er.cc:trayzg thtr-.nf, d- be thy, nub the Adz-ice oj Gut prist Council Pichlb A'd ma'^e kn.ven, lb at Ife do, in an ejrecia! manner, APpr ve and Keccmm:nd the aforefaidCbari-. tab!' D--//v1, as t^nditiJ v-.ry math i>. -< \oxard\ Raijlng a fund 1or the Ca r on r''�� a expiration, nbub Corporation-fit all'be Aiuhm *d and [tupoaer dto Manage tbe faid bund ' xv'kisb [bill b: Rsif:d by the Subjcribers in fucb Minner, and Methods as the Monbcs of fucb Corp"ruiiun Jball thinly bffl jo? tbe Carrying tn fj Religious andCbantabie d l-forl^. And in regard it is ve-y probable tbat tbe herons n-bo Jball b?:Sub-jcribers to tbis ZJndirinking may he dijfusd m fveral Counz tigs and remote Places (0 ai that it �u, not be eafie for tbem ' to Mtetto Hvtninate and ELcl the Member \ wbkbfuel) Corporation .ir^'tto confii 0/, iVc dj> ffud^e u may bo more Convenient t)[mru.i ibt Nomination o[ tbe Rubers oj (ucbCorp-r alien to the Prtfd rd\ of beljtoni nbo rejide tmjily at Edinburgh. -And rve'dj brrtby Declare, Tbat tt'e will 0-fte-.m Alac-ity an (Diligence in promoting this pious Undertaking by Our SubjMi in tbtir refpecfue stations, to be a Service Vi'rjf acceptable to XJs to-nbtcb It'e rvtli ^ivt due Encouiage-' imnt ::pjn all jilting Occasions. And U'e J!>all life Our uiioofl tj.d'avmrs that the Monies P.ais'd by- rbe. Contributor} jball � :zit!:)u!iy be Applied to tbe(e Excellent Ends, tor ivbicb tbe fame'are Dej'tinate by (be dubenberu And tbat Out R:;Xl Pleafu. e in tbe PremijfeS may be ibk more generally- ^nwn. Our'ti'ill is, Tbat tbeje Pr-knts be Redd in all the Pa'ijb Cbithhes in .Scotland, jndOdiinS Our Solicitor 10 Franj^ tnti I'cpirS thereof for ibxt fff:cl tOuili tbt \aid Cburihn, Given at Our Court r.r KtrXinitm this I:ighfe$ntK Day ot Auiuli, in the St-ver.th Ylmp -or Oar Reign. God free ike Q^V E: E N. /j^X'tsbon Aug. 7* N. S. G rh Detachment, vvljich, wis to arrive this Evening ac Fureihin, whrre it v\jli he within reach t.o loin our Army,or to march towards Philipsbourg^J 'Monfuur d' Arnan is alio return d hither from the' Frontiers of Burgundy ap-' ropvunrs rhe De(i"n oi Adtin^ 111 thole Pics as impradlicab.?. He ha:h Ii::ce left 'his IJIa�e in order to uait on P.i ce Eugene.^.j-The Count T�rin ,s upon his D.p-rrure tor Vienna, to inform the Imperial Court ot the prtler.t Polture ol our Affairs and concert the Meaiures that are next to be enter d upon. Our Army continue (fill within their Lin.s, and that of the Enemy in the Camp of LangencandeJjpHis E.t-dtoral Hishneis. accompanied by ieveral General Officers, dined jelterday with the Pr. of Rar.eich at Ethng. *0.'wi� Aug, 15- X. On Sunday the roth, at 5 a Clock in the Morr-ing. th~ French decamp'd trom Lo-vendeghem on the Canal ot Rrugt-s and march d in S Columns thro'Ghent an ! the Neighbourhood tl.enfor, as it deligning tor Brabant; after io me hours march they returnd and pah'd che Canal, mirching directly for Deini--, between Ghent and Courtray ; ar.d n Monday tac'd another way and nurc/d towards AfolL When fhe French decamp'd from Lovendeghtm ch'^y left three battalions and two '-quadrons in Bruges, and ieven Battalions in Ghent. The Batteries began to play againit Life on Monday thejx7th very taily in the Morn, ing, and we have ever f;nce heard from thence a continual Fire,jUThe Poifillion of Gh-ht isjuftnow arrived with Letters to Ut\ de Cans, our Commander in chief which lay,' that rne Duke of Vend.>fmt, afr^r teveral Marches and Counter marches, was come back to Me.le. between Alloiland Ghent, having the great Cauleway of BrufleK in :he Rear, and a Rivulet in Front. They w'rite trom the Camp at Amoungies of the i7-h, that when the Batteries ugan to p'.ay cm IJfre, .King Au-guif us and Prince Eugene, were in the Trenches. * hem tbe Bay of La Httgue/.^ug. 17. On the 14th the Fleet let lail aaa->n to che Wefl^vard it being intended, it t^e Wind ihouid continue E.ifte: ly to have put into the Bay ot Grand Ans. The lame Day rhe Sick soldiers on Board'the Tranfport-iliips.were removed into one Ship, and lent under Convoy of the Antelope tor Port smooth, ro be put into rhe Ho'prtal there. Tht^ i>-th,the Wind coming about this Morning, wken. wel a ere offot Cape La Hogu,e, to the S. W. the, Fleet was obliged to a/ttr its Courier whereupon.we went and lay 'before Cherbourg^Th^jGth, Quarter-Mafter-Ges neral Coulombiere. and Engineer Hanway bein^ lent out, to oblervethe Coaft.and take a view ot Cherbourg, to tee whe^e it might fee proper to Land the Forces, they' returr/d and made a Report, thit by reafon of the Rocks all along the Cwlf, andotithe Fortsat the Mouth of die inner Bay leading up to-the Town, which commanded the Entrance tF.ereof, it was utterly impracticable to land Men there.' At the lame time, while they were bounding within lets than Cannon-ihot of thele Forts, which rtrsd kveral timesaf chem/they perceived a^reat many Tenfs p;tch;d on tb.e Shore. The lam^ Day che Lord Dritiey on Board theOrtord, with fix other Men ot War, on which the Marines were on Board, was Je-rach'd trom che Fleet,. and laii'd to the Weil ward-, to �a - y~>. /.cruize lt c ^ is. ^ 0S "3 " c > E �- c " w _ .5 � ]> c > o c 9J r/- CO -C c c >31 �v2- C2 4*
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