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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - October 23, 1808, Dublin, Dublin October, ning a I MP ART IAJ- Of Noiwb. Jit. Full and A PiP r TV-'7 T H F. isn and jLtaoxeftick incws, S.wu'rda'v, �*tobe* tijr :3d, 170S. t-n TTT .'.'t.'iMi !*- endeavours fQ draw a further c'"--d^ of" from O'tend, having th^-n p/r ov r rhe :n vera! hundreds or" barrels 0 P-v� d-.-r , h <: ..-s :!. uhich p ,(1 J i/y rj^p'seeth- M'hTorM --in, an.i j...d ten:over Lv-rai \V':f\Mrs to a ' /f :r hr-ici. ;: )jmi.;.' i : i> o;.Id rh or to infu't our Pelt ' L irh.': r- whn h rv.!).r (- tr.': 1 r i. J f P.'-U'J; r, cs r. re. ruber c ; re Cmih 1 v' ( 0:. Ij re-: t m) lift iniy'd twd' Britijlh Piwz&S, which bought 1 HMjirid^r'Offend, and i UsbcnWdib, vi^. FrcM'tbe Lo>rion Givne, dated Oelv. 14. * Vublijhtd by Jutb^ny. * JiurriJj from tl??&t'mp btjoreXSiQ* Ctckr ii. N. S, The Trendies were.relieved h> :Wd Prrnce o!'HoHtein Beck Major-General Zo-b!e, and 1'rigaji.r� Boiliet, with rheuiuaj Lumber of Z?attahons it each Arrack. Qn die Ri^ht we connnr.ed to enlarge the Places of Arms for ;he gcp.jr-�!" Aifanlr, and finiilved rwo IX-iccnts into tr.e Ttfrch. 'Oithe Leit the Eoemy returned bfbivJ. t_no t.^v'^1''"' Cover d-way'before the Co^rtain \vi..'..\i u.is lome hrnrirince to rhe advancement ot our Vv'r.rk' rn rharfr.lej however, we4iniihed a Uttery tor fix Guns and two Mor.erf.- The iy'\ the Trenchtr-l>vere relieved ly Lkuk jmh: !,*rj-Vfr�-u tiiar the Entmy were "OoiKiterrr.rnp one r\ o;ii' M'iv-s'u.vder the p.'a^e of Ar;jv-on the Rights in u !-..<.h fh.v mil eon'.inii-.d.imirj'vdiHelv fprung the laid Mine, -.i huh. b.ew i.p kveral ot tiV. I unduf.on upward � a it00 barrels 01 i ow�;-.r Pwemy's Men, two �t whom and an O^cer .eii Head!r,r^� q.iun:i;jes of :;:a:n!y. Ul: .md c^r . j:�o our Trenches. 'SV
w and s '...j^i.G2ne= : his G ' o\ct ; ne in -Hides 3:n!y. 'dl: snd e-'^;- Prov'IiOiis. ftry m �n [:.-i:h wt bad ourG,oT.mun;ea'ion 'AnI, U'd.'-d; and had ti cd t>-r tcveral Ho-j's wnhc-ur d.�i muge, ci in*-crrup:ing in th:- ie.dt tnc pa^.'.f, njU.dtion a;d Piov'nVj- �;. Th f IUT. Ion el Lu.lt V>03 ^.tr.w-nts ainved\ iitj-'ra- t'ri to ddembark. YeRetu'ay his Grace u.i! .0 Meriin, "G-j-e he uas met L>y rhe riinee of bavoy, diid ch-1 .0 piifiesof th-j States rron the* >/egp ? ad 7 A. * : hacng ci.,i.r jT.d v. ith rbcm or Ibir.e timev rettin M .......__________ Mr., including iu-h-B -cterdeau on the River L>.-n.e. The r�th the Trenehe* | Mtrines as couia b.^ Ipared from on Hoard. We hops r. The i-i her in ihe \ tnuig. Mot.hcu.' d' Ai;v- qnt:q / 'r neh.fj VejtV-idririal oi the Trcop^ of tru- Stjt. s-G. e. i. di-d* / Xiofl-i!' \e!b-rday at 'his Piac: a ter a ior.g I: d t;:. iicion, v-ry / E\na the | n'.v.cu ram nt-J as we.i on account ot fm gieat .-\hjj;_ ti.-s to dileharge that yysp. rranc Vruft -a> the extra or-djniry Zral he has ahvay. ihtvvn for the latere It ot cne ^t;res and the A'.ifs. * trow Mijar-Gen-ril Sranhopt'i C^w; ^fcr? Mahon, A svpt-m-iev i(5. N. s. On the 14:^1 /nitan: M�jor-Genf ral ''t uhiL.pv, with part' of the t-'orc-s under his Cot.-mau.) landed in th:sifland. 1 he Town or Mahon is already in our PoMeftion, and th.e whole Country ]n-tiieiy in our Inter?::. The Calt'e 01 Mahon is well iortined, and has in Garrilon 800 Men, halt of which Nui-mkr are Xa:lv^%* and the o her . reneh. The Ma- Were )eueved by thPrince ot Holdem-iieck; N-ajorr Genera] Saekcn, an! orij'djjr Soillet. The Un'-n on fhe Right for d* iwinj the \V'ite. out ol the Ditch whs opened, and run ali Du* as we;] as could be dciii'ed. the Enemy mad?*-a l;r.. '1 ^odgcr-nt at the Foot ot the Breach, which ci be 1.1 t'.o g;ea: Conlequence to them. On the Left the Lodg rem. in the Cover d-u ay \va* advanced vv irh good Su;. Mortars and abovw* 7000 �J-jmb% trc:u which ia'i w* .pro mi he our biv^ thegreated- ^ucceJs, th.- dlil b.ing bu: little. 7i:e Cad.e has belore it an exterior Line extended trom b'einoSea, and j up port d b/ (our Stone Ttav/ers j hut we do not doubt h.;c we fhall b^ Makers ot ;ho!e lean slter we have rawed a battery to p.ay upon them. * A R T I C L E S 0/ Cjpit'Juhn mzdt nib Sir Joh'n Leake, A'*, Aiminl cf ?.r, Brua^'.c^ Mijtj!) 1 Fleet% and Comtmndsr in Cbi.'f of the C nh-de-uii Flett in the Mediterranean, by vebubib? [liu'i'iw.i mi Mugmfcttit City if Ca.'ari* the H
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