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   Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - December 28, 1808, Dublin, Dublin                                . December. Containing a IMPARTIAL O F  I Francis. Dtckjon.'*1 Nomb. m mi 'i Ft Full and ACCOUNT, H li Foreign and Dop eftick News. Tueiday, "Deambit t&e 28th   1708. Since my I off arrived two Britjfh Pacquc's, the I at* ter this Evening, and each brought a Ho Han a From the Antwerp Comant, dated Dec. 21. Adrianople, Dec, 1. i-nr-sHE 27th of Iaft Month the Grand Sign?-ft I'or came hither, attended by a fmall Re-JL' tinue, from Conftantinople; and Yefter-day the Ambaffadors of France and Venice came hithwr after him.  The Envoy of Prince Raget-slins&one back from hence, having not been able to jnduaTthe Ottoman Court to break the Truce with, the Emperor.  The Grand Vifier has given Order for building feveral new Fortifications on the Frontiers* of. Mufcovy ; and we do nqtyaear that the Czar's Troops make any Mo-ti||p3 hinder it.... The King pf Periia is raiting all^fiderableArmy, W in what View is yet un- i known to 115. J' Rome', Difo \.   .ThePope has referr'd the* chief Propolirions made to him. by the Marquis, de Prie on the Part of the Emperor,   to divers learned Cardinalsand eminent Cafuifts, t6the E'id that, after th^y have maturely confider'd fherrC they may advife him whether with Re-(peft to his private,Gonfcknce and to his Cara-tter of St. Peter's Su'ccelTor, he may accept them.  In th:mean rime the Generals here,, ar� taken up daify with viewing the Fortifications oi this City and of the Cafife of Sr. AngeIo$ the repairing.and augmenting of which Works had .beer* laid alide, but is now refum'd out oi Appre-* henfion that- if ai Accommodation be not fud-denlymade, the tmperulifts will advance dir.e-ftly hither i   'Tis even repotted, that the Pope has fent Order to the great Matterof Mdta, to come with all his Galleys and takehis Holinefs on Board at Civita-Vecchia, .therice to tran* t\ him to Marfeill^s, whence he propofes to andrefuleat Avignon. . . %bt Bruffeh Gazette, dated Dec, 18. 13 c. mbmrg, Dep. 10.   On Friday Night |aft ruffiin.ColionelXillie celebrated the Mar-Lof the King his Matter with the Princefs fceklenburg-Swerin, by caufwg a roble Sjjrk to be plaid off   and for preventing wferder on * bat Occ3fi on, Si x Com pan les ^feurghers were drawn up in Arms, as c*,4tjthe-Troops of the Circle quarter^ here., %i* Soldiers oi the Troops of Wolfem-bulte^J?bad in a mutinous manner demand-cT^neyay, having been condeifln'd two,of vthem t^hangM", ihe 0 her feven fo run the Gaunriope, have been puninYd accordir^lv. The Government of the Kingdom of i) nnurk, k entruilec!, during the ::b(lnre of the Kir?;. r-> y M Kra-'jbe and Seejirt Cou'Kellors of Srar.\/f W'e have had no Letters oMa^e from rhe'K cf Sv^eden s Armv ; but from Mofcow we ha1/? art Account that the Imperial Frinc? cfK "lln hid cans'd Illuminations an.'. Porfires to be nvde therefor the Vittoiy gain.d over the R-nly of Swedes commanded by General Lewenhirrpr : that 2CCOO Rtcruu.s detigr.'d for the Or'1' Army, hid been countermanded, b:c;niie his Czaridi Majefly find* he has no-need of than;' and that his faid Majcttv prnpoks ro make rhe Swedes weary of the Pro; (ft of pent^Mting i\-to Mofttovy, and oblige them to repafs the Bory-fthenes, without haziidin.s a grm-rai Adtior. Paris, December 21. TheKiog is dilple.ifed with the Catholick Cantons, h^-Cda(:: at their Iaft Dkr they did not feejfj zealors enough for his Iirereft. TheDuFieof Vendodtiea d M. d: Boufflers are at difference. 7- Men of VV^r aro equipping at Bred: againft New Years Tyde. We are preilin^ Men in Bn'tanny. The reduri ^ of Denia. YilMjoyofaaJid Alicant, coll us o: >y 50 FMen; ^nd'fhe Allies had about 1200 kiihi ard made Prifoners; the Governor oithe latter (enr 2 Regiments to Barcelona, and retired wrh ore into the Cattle, being alldwed a Sufpenliou cf Arms for & days. Antwerp, December 24.   Letters ffcm befiDre^ Ghent Yellerday fay, the Trenche? were to fr* fopen'd that Night. All the Bridges for the Com-ffourcication of our Troops are ready, and feve-jat^ Ba'tterie^ are eretted on the fide of Sr. Peters, which the French endeavour to hinder with their, Cannon, bat in vain.  ?Tis thought we fha{! proceed by Sapping to fave our Men. as we did at Lifle.  Our Army before it confifti of 120 Battalions and 152 Squacfrons, befyiesucooof Prince 'Eugene's; moft of wftom art Morfei    Defef teH that ttiere are 30 Spanifll, French and Swifs Battalions in the fown, bu^fo weakv that rhey 'do not make above iioco men ; and there's a great Difference betwixt the French ir^ Spaniards, becaufe'Cpunt de la Mothe has brought; the-Spaniards out of theCaft'eand put French into it, and hope to be Matters of the Town :nd Cattle by the middle of January, tho' the French ^ have been fertifying them nil this Summer.  Pr. i% Eugene has fent Detachments' to tile M^efe. Hague\ December 23. 'Tis faid the Pope has agreed with.rhe Emperor. The French are af�. fembling about Newport to ditt-jrb the.Siege of Ghent ; but the A'llks do not valus them. 'Tis J         ml   

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