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Dublin Post-Man And The Historical Account (Newspaper) - January 18, 1809, Dublin, Dublin Nuaib. CXXXIX. k AND TheHiftorical Account,^. From Cttrfpa?"Janiiary l*> 10 January *2o, 17c9, OnTuefday came in five Holland Mails, with the follow-Advices. - Ve.iic?, January-4> 11E King of Denmark having continued fert-� -- -,,-,i.-Afi hire the 19th pair 4 Tint Prince admitted no Vn'its that Evening, htxauie it whs a Voii Day j but the next Mottling was complimented on the pa it of the Repubi.ck, by 4 Noblemen 0/ the s-eatett Diftintfion, viz. The Sieurs Evizzo, late Am-Itiffwior at the Couits ot England, Paris and Rome ; Morozini, formerly Ambaffidor ac Rome; Deiphino, _>�i:te Airbiflador at Vienna ; and tfani, late" Arabaflfador at Rome. 11 ts Mikity has .recaveJ iince thae time, the Compliments ot" the Foreign Mtnifters, and other Per-i'ryp.s ot Di/hncfion, and upon New-Years- Day, was pre-lented, on the part of the Republick, with Sweet-Meats, i-raits, Wine; and other Retre&rrients. The hopes we had iorhe Days ago of an Accommodation between the Pope and the Emperor, are vaninYd into Smoak -y and our Advices from Rom.isna tell us, that the Count de T^un is making the neceiary Preparations ta march di-reSly to ketne, with ail the Imperial Troops under his Command, l^earpt facti 1?-are Rece&ry to continue .the Iilcckide ot Ferraro and Ftrttlftano, and fecure tome Pofb m the Boloncz? and Ferrareze. The City of Fer-rara is ib clolrly block'd up, and Provitioxis are fo Jearce therein, that 'tis beltev'd that Place wili be foon obliged" to lurretitier. Our Letters from Rome of the apth pa# hy, that alj thing*, are in contufion �n that Cjty, and thafy. their Appreheniion* are much ecrcrealed, ftnee they have received Advice, that the Prince of Darmttad, with 7ooot Men ijom Naples, is advanced to San Germann, cn the^ f cont�ei$or" the EccltfiyPiiul State, in order to joyn thej* Count de Taun beh.-re Rcme. t Thoie ieuers teii us, rh-t hisHolinefs confenrs t�|. give the jnve'liune 6r Naples--and Sicily to Kir,* Charlti/as loon as-the laKer jv reduced, and tcow: that Pvince lof-Kuig, ard has granted teveral othe� .^eawpds of theI�iij>tsialUls, in relation to their Winter i;uhrtei s, Paflage 01 Hnir Troops,'&c. but inriftson his Part, that the Duke or Mcdtna lhalf difband all his fronts, and that the fcm petor frail give his Guaranty, that that PVince (hairntft mofcit the Territories of the . Church, upon acamnt cf his Pretentions to The Ferra-. v#z*;" which his Jm^mai M*jeity will not corU'ent tp. "' **fhela'ft Advices Medena lay, that the Forces at He Duke of that fs^n^ftreaU in motion, and that it |s clilip'Xned there, that tl
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