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Dublin Weekly Intelligence (Newspaper) - August 1, 1710, Dublin, Dublin IW EEKW Containing a IMPARTIAL jfotem Full arfd ACCOUNT, THE TucfJ�y Auga!i the if;, 1710. ioce my lafl: arrived One B infh Packet,j M�;-;es nearBippaume, and brought off two which brought Tv mr Ddorder, bat �ep foori recovered tbmrriv-s, .md rcpul-(l*lH�nemy'^itfTrigre/iT S'itghtc. before [^could attempt uolevel the ica:t part of %Wj6rk$., T^ppJiext ni^ht we joined our ^a1lci to the Innimdacion on the L-^i?, .and }tiTitw �cd by twelve Squadron*, feven Bu-andrwrlvc kundred detached Foot, hchcook lucb Precautions trut the Enemy macoHer to gtve them any Ddtur nance, 'lie Boars are finccunhded, and theStore; >nmg forward with alt pollible Rxpedici-10 tojhc Attacks. Detachments of Horfe *hJ Fo-ot arc ordsred from the Prince of leOeV flving Camp, to take (uch Pofts cm leRjoad, as may beneeefftry for the Sccuri-1 ct oar Convoys of Provifi ms during the �^e. The Qjartcr*Mifters of the Army ere yeftcrday ordered lo mark out a Field of Htcl lor thr Troops to repair to, in cafe the pemy ihoa d attempt todifturb the Siege, H�c3 extends from the Right at Magu'courr, tne Lefts at Viller-tfii Bois. Yeftcrday it HifLr* letf ia wiih the Enemy's fo- .tics far ruining the Defenccsare in fuch for-tfardnefs, that they Will be ready to fire ia cwo or three D.iys; and that they maybe July (applied with Ammunition, caeh Bat-taho n of the Army has furmfhed three wagons and each Squidfon one, to join with five hundrcJ ochcrsalready employed in bring* rwir4 the Powderand Ball from P^nt a Vrendir?. General Schaleaiberg broke Ground on Sunday Night lafl on the flJc of aCiltie near the Inundation, acid runParal-elof three hundred and fifty Pices, che Ri^hc ending a! the Road of St- Paii, and has fince been chierly employed inmakins;the Gornmiaica-^ cior\ and ra ling a B.iccery of Cannon and inoiher of Mortar* turjin the Eacm'.e5 Out-Work*. Upon advice thiethe Enejiy were this Mtarning in mo* litn,.tke D'Jke of Mirlsorou^h went out wi b the Picket of the Horle to obierve them, and found they were marching towards Avcnclc comptc, on whicii Orders were immediately given for tha Prince of HefPs Tr��pR atLc^stocome in and jo in ui, as likewile for draw ng ten Squadrons and twelve Battalions from the Siege, and calling ia our Detachments from other Ports for theReinfor-cing our Army; by the Motion* whic)i the Enemy, make to morrow wc fhall know whether it be their farcntwn CegiYcUsBaitcit ^ * �
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