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Dublin Post-Man And The Historical Account (Newspaper) - November 13, 1810, Dublin, Dublin The Hiftorical Account, &c. Monday, November the ijtb, 1710. Latt Might arrived Four Packets froli^eatBritain, which brought Two Holland and Three Flanders Mails, viz,. Grenoble, November 2. N S. H E great Detachment of his Majefty's Troops from i .- thef^JParts marches with all poffible ifyeecftctoafds Perpig-non; and the Duke of Berwick is going fpeedily to Court. The King has ordered Seifel, Annecy, and Caftel Peter, which are the Keys of France, on the fide of Savoy, to be new fortified ; and for that end, fome thou lands ofPeafants arc already fummoned to work upon them. The Preffing of Young Men into the King's Service ispum'don with more vigour than ever, which occafions abundance of them to fly. H&mburg, Nov. 4. According to our Advices from Copenhagen, they continue their preparations for a Defceut inco Schonen; but the Swedes fcem fo little apprehenfive of it, that they have detached Ten thoufand Men from that Provence. The Danifh Fleet is returned to Copenhagen, upon Advice that the Swediih Fleet is returned to Carel-fcroon, and the biggeft'Ships are to be laid up. Letters from Petersburg fay, tdatan Englilh Ship being arrived in that Harbour with a good Cargo, was received with the Difcharge 0! the Cannon, being the only Ship of that Nation that has been feeri m thofe parts this great while. Paris, Novemb.'7. Private Advices from Vittoria fay,, that one Y^DpaHenriquezde Canavilie, Cap-^ tain in the Regiment of Toledo, has written to one of his Friends at Vittor:a; that the Duke of Ved* 1 � - J -i dome being advanced within, a mile of Oropeza with 200 Horfe to take a view of fome Pofts on that fide, fell in with 500 Horfe of the Enemy, and was in great Danger; of being taken, and loft many Men, but that Letter gives no particulars of his lofs, and fays, that his Men fought with fo much Bravery, that the Enemy had 100 MenkilPdand 40 taken Prifoners, but of this A-1ftion we muil expert a further Account by our next Advices. Other Letters fay, that there has been a third A&ion in Spain, in which the Army of King Philip was entirely defeated, and the Duke of Ven-dome killed, with feveral other Particulars. What Ground there is for this Report, we cannot tell, but this and the Private Letter from Vittoriai aforefaid, make People believe, that there has been fome A&ioa in Spain to our Dif-advantage. Pans, Novemb.io. Letters from Vittoria of the 28th paft, and from Pampelona of the 30th fay, King Philip was to continue with his Army ior fome Days near Piacemia, where they were continually* reinforced by new Regirbents. Thefe Letters fay, the Duke ofVendome miffed narrowly being taken by the , Enemy, while he viewed the Paf-&& oi the Hill of Tedeia, near O-ropeza. 'Twas expefted, that the Marquis de Bay would joyn King Philip's Army the 4th or 5th of this Month; alter which, his Majefty witPMari towards the Enemies Army, which hy incamp'd about Trodillas, on the River Guadara-mav about a Mile from Toledo* Some Letters from Navarre fey, That City had furrendred to the E-^ nemy, alter a Blockade of a few 4ay s, for want of Provilioosi -
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