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Dublin Post-Man And The Historical Account (Newspaper) - October 16, 1810, Dublin, Dublin The Hiftorical Accent, &c: Monday, OBoier the i6thr 1-710*. Yejierday arrived One Packet from Great-Britain, rvhick brought Two Holland and Two Ofterid Mtits. Sams, on condition of having their Sallaries augmented. L "Bern, October i. N. S. E tiers from the French Army near Brian con, of the 25th paft fay, that the Duke of Berwick has not yet made any Detachments for Spain, and that it wa;s believed there, that the Duke of Anjotr Would not be able to maintain himfelf therein, til) the arrival of thofe Succours. The Ambaffa-dor of that Prince takes all poffible care to dilgarze the Condition of his Affairs, and has caufed feveral Rontarrtltk Stories to 6e infer ted in the Gazettes printed at Solothurrt, and other Poprfh Cafltons; wherein the Fidelity of the Spaniard* is fa very much extoFPd, thaE we are told in one of them, that if King Charles goes to Madrid, he Will find there only Women and Children, or decrepit: Old Men, all the Citizens of any Note having quitted that City to fofiow King Philip to Valladolid. Paris, Octob. rj. Letters from Bayonne of the 4rh fay, that King Philip' was at Valladolid on the 30th of September, and defign'd in 2 Days to go to his Army, and march towards Salamanca. The Confederate Army being ftrength-ned by feveral Detachments, was at Madrid* the 29thv)(The Spanifh Prifoners of State at Bayonne are to be brought to the Caftle of Vin-eennes* A Fleet of 50 Sail, with. 8 Men of War, is foiled from Thou-Ion to bring Corn from Turkey. Several Editts have been pubiifh'd to raife Money, by making thofe who have .Polls "advance certain Namur, Octob. 13. 'Tis faid, 6000 Men are embarking at Dunkirk, to be landed at Bayonne, for King Philips Affiitance. We hear King Charles has publifhed Edids at Madrid, that all the Grandees who have followed King Philip, if they do not return in 20 days, and take the Oaths to King Charles, fhall be forfeited, which is thought, will ruin the Affairs of the former. The Partyman Moulin, with 600 x Foot and Horfe, made an Attempt on Louvsitt on Friday laft, but was re-pal fed with-the Iofs of above one hundred Men. ~Bet fiuke, Oct ok. 14. Our Troops are-ready to Storm the Counter-' (carp of Aire, and have made a great Breach in the Walls. They are reinforced by 5000 Men, and hope to be Mailers of the Town by the 28th. The French intrench themfelves day and night near Hef-din, and they have reinforced Fort Knock. The Inhabitants of the Chacellany of Ipres abandon their Houfes, becatife the Allies threaten to make them pay the Damage fu-ftained by their Convoy at Vive St. Eloy. French Letters fay, The Governor of Lerida has i urprized Ba-lagtfer, cut off the G&riibn, and brought away the Governcur with 12 Cannon 4 Mortars, and forae Ammunition; but this needs Confirmation* 'Tis laid 12000 Men are to be embarked at Thoulon for Rouflillon ; and that Monfieur do CafTe is to Sail with a Squadron, from Btftft to the Weft-Indies. Hague^ Oclob. 17. They fay, that tile Siege of Aire does not go on fo well as could be wifh'r, by reafon of the Rains; but however V it
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