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Dublin Post-Man And The Historical Account (Newspaper) - May 11, 1808, Dublin, Dublin The HiftoriS Account, dV. ^ Tuefday, May i ith. i^o#v This Morning Arrived a Packet from Great Britain, which brought Advices from Holland, France, &c. - Rome, April 21. ON Monday la ft there was held a new Congregation of Cardinals in the prefence of the Pope, about the Sequeftration of the Ecdefiaftical Revenues in the Miianeze and Naples; and while they were aflembled Cardinal Grimam notified to his Holinefs, the difappol nment of the French, and the Pretended King of England, in their Expedition againft Scotland, at which they were very much mortify'd; lor notwithstanding they had already receded that Advice, they look upon this Notifica tion made by Cardinal G?ima-ni, as an affront* offered to the Holy See, after the piiblick Prayers ordered to be made for thefuccefs of'theEnter- Thcrefore 1 have nor thought fit to delay to corn-mvnicate unto yau this important S?jifr-i thf Success whereof will be fo advantageous, by tt?e Vnion of that Kingdom to our Holy 'Mother the Church, and to the end Cod Alr/ng^y will be pleafed to facilitate the fimeid .';?�'; fivw rable Conjuncture, it remains, Holy Father, that you will accompany the lame w*tb your fervent Holy Bit jjivgy as I dejire it Lkiwife for my [elf: Being, Holy Father, your m0ft Af-fetiionate Son. Veffailles, //arch 9. Sigd'd m LEWI S. Cardinal Grimani appeared foirie days ago at Court as Viceroy of Naples and Grandee of Spain, and has-figni-. fy'd that King-Charles expects that the Popefhould fend him a Nuncio to Barcelona' and acknowledge him for King of Spain, defiring at the fame time that hS Holinefs WifHikewifeT6nfider the fatal confluences of the delaying any further that Precognition, and his con. tinning to acknowledge the Title of an. Mm of the ftetender. The Qrd^ufir&. This Affair it riow under con'-i&MTremomlle:is ftill more mortifyM fideration, and notwithftanding feveral .than any other, fprhe had given 4 ^ itive affurances, that that Expedition .could not mifcarry, and even had com* ^nunicated a Lift of the Scotch Nobility :that had promifed to declare for the Pretended, King, upon his arrival id Scotland. The French King was fome-.what more modeft in his^ Letter to the Pope, but yet he was confident of the fuecefs, as appears by the Letter afore-&i4r ^hifch is as follows.. "^ly father, 1 ... ^&Greai Zeal I have: always had tore-_ .fiaBlff? on the. Throne. 0/England, King ri'JafllfeS _Tbirfi 'nowjij^^iing, the, Conjtm^ has not H f^S^d^ me t+giie oprr^a ldefign fojuft in it fM&t:fa^�k^gk ftjk&'fa jbwU. 'depart lthe� Ww%'^4ptj4rPm'0Ur Macejipimbarkon board mJff^$tted out ffit 'thai ^fo'fij with fuck mmm^r W fta&W^fujJmem to, t^oieUrnto his p*$tr~^drri^i^MotkM^ where' W^teiwMyk^^ if that1 f^^d^wCMmdif^t^elr iiatfftilKing1 Congregations have been held to fine?-out iome expedient to extricate them' felves out of thefe Difficulties, we do not hear that they are yet come to any Refolu'tion, and perhaps this is one of the chief r^ealons which have obliged the Pope to pubhfh a Faft of 9 days and large Indulgences to fuch who lhall obfef ve the 'fafne, to implore phe Divine affiftance in the prefent Conjuncture, according to the Intention of his HolinefeV This Myfterioiis "Reafort (heweth, that this Court is^ under un-ufoal Difficulties. Francfort, May 6. Alt $he French; oops in Alface "are in motion, andt they have^reiriBrced the E>etacrirncnt$ 4 they ha ye ported on this fide the Rhine* .They have brought a. great many Ponton^ to Lauterburgh, and give out,/ that they are to lay a Bridge oyer the, Rhine; but thf'fmpenalfeP^y^f;.^ fe on " their ~. GuarH. "I T3be Sa^i^" H in 'the fervice of eaiWk
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