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Dublin Post-Man And The Historical Account (Newspaper) - March 27, 1811, Dublin, Dublin t H E AND The Hiftorical Account, &c. Tuefday, March the 27th, 171 This Afternoon arrived Two Packets from Great Britain, which brought One Holland Mail. Vienna, March 14. N. S. jOiint Giannini Marquis of Carpinelle, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of.the Duke of Modena, had the 12th of this In-ftant a Publick Audience, and received the firft Inveftiture of the Dutchy of Mirandola and Mar-quifate of Concordia with their De pendencies, devolved to the Empe-X ror, by reafon of the Rebellion of the late Duke of Mirandola, and which Fiefs he has been pleafed to confer on the Duke of Modena, in A Confideration of the great Lofles he has fufFered in this War for the Common*Caufe, befides a confide-rable Sum of Money he has given to the Emperor. That Minifter made a fine Speech on that occafion, to thank him for the Favour done to his Matter, and affaires him of his inviolable Fidelity towards his Imperial Majefty and the Sacred Roman Empire. The Negotiations for adjuftmg the Differences between this Court and the Duke of Savoy are continued with all pof-fible Application, but we do not hear of any considerable Progreis therein, notwithftanding the pref-fing Inftances made by the Bntifh and Dutch Minifters, and the Declaration made by the Marquis de y Melarede, that the Allies muft not expedl that his Royal Highnefs fhould take the Field and expofe his Perfon to the Dangers of the War, as long as he fees his juft Pretentions denyed, tho' founded on Solemn Treaties. Bajily March 18. The Venetians have not only given free Paffage thro' their Territories to the German Recruits, without performing their Quarantine, but have even laid a-certain Bridge to forward their March. Berlin, March 19. According to our laft advices from Drefden,King Auguftus is not fet out for Poland, as it was reported, but vhey tell us, that he is upon his departure, waiting only for the Conclufion of the Seflion of the Dyet of the Electorate, which will doubtlefs prove entirely fatisfadtory to his Majefty. That Prince leaves 14000 Men in )C Saxoay, to fecure it againft an In-vafion on the part of the Swedes ; and has fent a Gentleman to this Court to reprefent theifiGoafequen-ces of Suffering General Craflau to march through our Territories. Dresden, March 20. King Auguftus �has recommended to the Dyet of the Electorate of Saxony to ufe all poffible difpatch in the Bufi-nefs before them, becaufe his Pre-fence is abfolutely neceflary in Poland in the prefent Coajun�ture. His Majefty has received an Ex-prefsfrom theiCzar,todefirehim to repair to Caminieck with all poffible fpeed ; but we are told he will not fet out for that Place till he has feen the Troops defigned for the Neutrality of the Empire affembled. 'Tis laid his Majefty will reinforce that Body with 60 Squadrons and fome Battallions of his own Saxoa Troops, befides fome Polifli Regi-mencs. Mean time the General Officers belonging to the Polifli and Saxon Troops have received orders to repair to their refpeclive Commands. There is advice from Pome rania
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