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Dublin Post-Man And The Historical Account (Newspaper) - August 15, 1811, Dublin, Dublin $umb- ico. THE AND The Hiftofical Account, &c. Wednefday, Augufi the 15th, 1711. Laft Night arrived Two Packets mortally wounded, he was obliged V froaiGreat^Bri^a. which.brought^to yield, and the other 5 being J Holland and 3 Oftend Mail:, ^boarded one after another, were-- likewtfe taken. M. Ciioiicul was . brought to the Havana, where he / died of his Wounds, muchlamem-\lAftNightabout8,diedfudden- ed, on account of his Birth and ex- BerAuguji 1. N. S. ^j'j ly Frederick-William, young cellcnt Qualities. Prince of Pruflia, of Convulfion^, Hamburgh Aug. 11. Laft Satur-Fits. Hewas bom Aug. 6. 1710* day the King of Denmark review'd The whole Court are full of Grids his Army at Grande, and the nexc Upon this Occ^fion. ~ | day they march'd in 3 Columns to . Geneva Jug. j. Some Letters Gudebulh in Mecklenburg, where from Savoy fay, a Detachment of bis Danifta Majeify arrived this day. the Duke of Savoy's Army is ad van- They have with them 70 Field pieced within 16 hours march ofLi4 ces; but the heavy Artillery is to Oiis.xVThe Caftle of Miolans fur- be landed at Roftock, as foon as rendred to the Allies the 24th Io* they have got a firm, Footing in Po-ftamv arrchtfre- 6arrfon^moufTftftg* merania. 'The Mufcovite, Saxon, to 120 Men were made Prifoners and Polifh Troops, are to invade of War. Pomerania at the fame time; and Baftl, Jug. 5. Sixteen French 'tis faid, the Kings of Denmark and Squadrons, viz. 7 ofHorfe, and 9 Poland are to command that Expe- 1 # 1 f j of Dragoons, are marching with all fpeed, from Alface to Dauphine. Prince Eugene has lent fome Troops to the Forjreft-Towns. Frankfort Aug. 9. The Troops from Bavaria are marching to the Upper-Rhine, and will be replaced by 7 Regiments from Hunga-ryrf~The Eledior of Mentz, made his Entry into this Place on Friday laft, and the Elector of Triers is expected next Tuefday, but we know not when the Saxon Mini-lters will be here. Paris, Aug. 10. 'Tis confirm'd, that the Count de Choifeul, Governor of Martinico, in his Return to Europe, with 6 Ships richly laden from New-Spain, had the Misfortune to be attacked near the Itland or Hifpaniola by two Britifli Fri-gats : He was on Board the Thetis, a Ship of 60 Guns, and defended hrmfclf bravely ; but being dition alternately. Frcm the Camp at Ave(ne Is Sec, Auguft 10. His Grace the Duke of Marlborough with 40 Squadrons of Horfe, pafs'd the Schelde early in this Morning, and went to view the Approaches to Boucluin. His Grace was making the Difpofition for drawing the Lines of Circum-vallation when he received Advice, that the Marfhai de Villars was palling his Army over the Schelde near Cam bray, and forming his Lines as if he defign'd to come to a general Engagement; His Grace thereupon return'd back to the Camp, and advancing in Order of Battle towards the Enemy, they repafs'd the Schelde, and returned to their former Camp : His Grace for preventing the like Alarms for the future, has given Orders for making feverai Lunettes in the Front of our Camp, which may-hear-
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